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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 8

Bakersfield, California
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Friday, November 6, 1908
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P-fJ T*.» t rr • THE BAKERSFIELD CAUFORNIAN FRTDAY. NOVEMBER 6, 1908. TELEPHONES MAIN 39 and 86 Still Got That Cough and Cold ? Try our-u'linrniitee P"iH';ilyp- ;ns :ui(l Honey (,,'oiigli Syrup. \\Y SM.V tluit it will stop that .-(/ugh hi'Ofuiso we know vh;it it has done for others mil I;now what it, will do for I 'ill. (let it at Ruers. 7he Store of Eastman Kodaks. Baer's Lending Druggists. Activity in St. 6ood Plays are I Francis Church! Coming Soon I ' ~ One of the hrlght special htts la B Today being the flrst Friday of the C ' Whitney'* big musical extravagan month Is "League Day" at the Catho- za - the " lsl " °' Spice," la "The Go<He Church. A large number attend- °°° Man," slln K by the leading corned. I'd the; "Holy Hour" services last ev- la » of th <' organization, and a dozen enlng at St. Francis Church, which uretty g irls - u 's a pleasing topical service Is held each evening ot the 8on S and hits In timely fashion many ' flrst Friday. This morning masses In P e °I''e I" this city, and after he hal honor of The Sucrod Heart were col- 8un » a varnu all the girls execute o tbrated at t>:3fl and 8 a. m., a large dance, which for sheer life and vim number n-ielvlng Holy (,'ointmmlon at llaK proliably never been equalled any !u:"i masses. ' where. Th,- girls not only dance ns Bazar November 16th. ui'tiit'iUs are nearlng completion for the holding of the big St. Francis inuiir In St. Francis hall beginning November 16th. There will girls not only dance as ! though tlii'y were well trained, but as ; though ilipy enjoyed every minute of : It, find perhaps It is this that makes the audience demand from ten to twenty encores every performance, Whatever It is. "The Goo Qoo Man" this hold respective booths: Superintendents oi' the liooths, Mesdames Krtuisse, the popular fancy. Hence, the Phimp., Newbonse, Moore. GaUes. D. | ^W^yS*^,"*** ^ • It is no light work for a little girl to go on and repeat such a wild whirlwind dance as this for fifteen times, although they do enjoy It. But it Is often exhausting, and Mr. Whitney the owner of the production, appreciating this fact, has a unique Innova- Castro, Corii, Frey. Misses DeGana and R. Hewitt. These Indies will be assisted by sixty-four other ladles and friends of the church. I?ach booth will receive special notice In these columns during the bazar. Three Big Dinners. During the s"ri>ii<] week or - .vei?k af- tion to make the work lighter. Al- :VI ct.iss'-s of naruesa. saddles, •»?.•;.--, rnhes, blankets, buggies anil ••j\-r>thing belonging to the harness An,; saddle trade are on sale at the •mukniiit sale of the United Harness fVimpatiy. corner Chester avenue and fwcatieth street. U ,ter ,1,0 bazar which is Thanksgiving, t Y o " lg ' b , 'Twelve girls appear In the - .week. HIP ladip,, will give- hree big, % |xt dressB , n the cute IlttU ,„ ilmners, the last a Thanksgiving din- Poflt * ltnpa * rv nprfol . mnn "J. SI, ,h! Will Change Date.—The Eagles last •tvf;.'i( deride,) iii eliaiipe the night of Xi*.-it weekly dame from Thursday to Tit-'sday. ATIONAL CREST SOLO ONLY IN TINS Ba!;cra?lcld Grocery Co. Cakersfield. C.Tl. Sole Agents Phone Main 186. 1717-1719 19th i .. i , ,. , ~ r-. ' i „! costumes every performance. For the ner o turkey nnd ruast pig Each of firgt 12 * v tfa a * or the dinner days are in special charge maintng , n tnee wInR8 out f of separate committees for the day on- th audlence . O n the third or fourth ly The menu cards will appear In \ encore when tne twe , ve amtle g^ 1 these ™l"mn8in a.few days. rnn ofr the gtage , n obedience to the Total Abstinence Society. slneer's instructions th« Rtaen mntin Last Sunday the Young Men's To- g "r bejdnsto> take tal Abstinence Society of St. Francis ' , ne a pp earance O f | church met with Father Frunpd In St.! , , t , d th - t M t ., * ranch hall. Twenty-four new pledges down &ni} \ est> wh | leysome of tnhel fo8ul ; were signed after which Father Frund extra , r , tak ; a , , Each en 'gave a talk on temperance and the „ d or £ , , young man of today. The society ar- , h( , 8 although the audience Is not ranged to spend next Saturday "P'aware of this Kern River on what is known as the!' ' fa.ll picnic. Native Daughters to Assist. . The Native Daughters are rehears ing every evening In St. Francis hall ! 1 preparatory to their appearance in a week. Mrs. Jnmes McGuIre assisted , , COIlsent . M r. Reiifro wlH rori- l,y Mrs. Chris Helbling. are in charge. ,, n ,. t tlle buslneas ,„ the flltu ^ an ,, r^v. r n T;' , oy .,, a r er '. , c,. will iiFsunie all debts pwlntr l>v said The Toy Maker will be Bwen In St. n ,, IU am , wll , co)kct n ',, outsU \ n , llna Francis hall the nlnht following thn ; amounts tilay and drill by the Native Daugh ters Get Your Boy a Stylish Suit To no part of our hn.sines is more thought ami cnro 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 our boys' clothing is made by skilled tailors, from designs thought out by an expert who studies the boy's h'guz-e and his likes. We price these stylish boys' suits as low as $5.00 Children's Shoes—A Redlick Specialty DISSOLUTION OR PARTNERSHIP. Notice is hereby given riuit the purt- nejishlp heretofore existing under the Knights of Columbus Meet Tonight. Kern 077, — FOR SALE EUCALYPTUS TREES 3,000,000, Leading Varieties J Kiic(d.v|itiis Litnd and TiinluT wen >('inii]iiuiv. Kdward C'. Crih!> 1'ivs. m:itiy Important questions Kr vj Tl .,t,.|,,.,. v; >,. • i->-> <• ,,,p .1 1,... »i.i_ '' • >• I li.llclier, >ee i|. IJ.l Sii. Brondwav. Los Anm-les. Cal. Ooes't it Jar You Valley Council No. nf Cnlumbua will met this In their hall on Chester avenue. Members are requested to be "resent as the Grand Knight, W. A. lloweli, will preside for the first time since his return home and as flier" are to come before the order this even in:'. AH Souls Month. This lieinir the month of November j is All Souls month and tiif church""is ] offei irij; daily tn.'isses and prayers for tlie faithful departed. Hours of Masses Next Sunday.. Musses ill St. Francis next Sunday will l>» as follows: Low mass, 7:-I," :i. in. Children's mass. ;i a. m. High mass and sermon 11 a. m. Vespers, '• 7:.'10 p. m. ;' St. Clair Hospital Thriving. I The Sisters of Mercy in charge of | tlie St. Clair Hospital, report a most I Inisy season since Mie hour of open- ' IIIK. Not a private room has been Idle ! siiire the opening flay. As many as I twenty-four patients are In the house 1 , at once. Operations are being held j dally by the leading physicians of; the 'city. Lectures for School of Nurses. The lectures for the school of nursing opened at the hospital last Moni';iv evening In the hospital lecture hall. Rach evening one of the local doctors gives a lecture on a subject selected to the ten nurses now In the { school. (Signed) A. L. RENFRO L. O. DWIGHT. tlosednle. Cal., Nov. tj, 19n,S. 94 Redlick's shoes for children are made specially for Redlick's by people who know what Redli cR's want nnd who do their work accordingly. For instance they know that we know t hat the feet of a boy or girl are not .he feet'of a man or woman in a smeller size. T hey know that we know that the foot's shape changes with Its growth that it becomes less Meshy. Thus the y build shoes that accurately conform to the tiny foot at every stage of Its developmen t, so that at Redlick's you can always depend upon getting shoes that best fit young f eet and that have style and durability as well. WE ALS 0 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 TOY DEPARTMENT NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS ,fo piiy Rood money Tor harness and I ftbon fin., out you could have j bought, better at a lower price .' Of • toi.rso it does. So dot.'t buy any-! WRESTLING MATCH TO BE fcinii^ in the harness Una nntil yon ' bwvc seen what we have. When yfnt him- dojio that, yon enn fed WIT there will he no at'terdap of AT SCRIBNER OPERA HOUSE. i. B. HERRINQTOr 1517 19th St. The wrestling match between Rrown nnd Crawford will be held In Scribner's Opera House and not Armory hall s was flrst planned. The | principals are la training (or the bout, which takes plijce the night of I November 20th, and they promise to | put up a good exhibition of the sport. SCRIBNER OPERA HOUSE THE HUB ON THE CORNER 19th and I St Saturday's GREAT SPECIAL Sale! AT THE HUB or People ::: A Saving on Every Purchase THE HUB ON THE CORNER 19th and I St Economical buyers will take advantage of this SPECIAL SUIT SALE, as every item quoted here is a Money Saver. Seasonable garments priced much below regular values. Saturday, Nov. 7, 1908 AT Cripple Creek A Thrilling Melodrama of the West. Great Senic Equipment, Capable ACTORS Curtain raises at 8 p. m. sharp prices .... 25c, SOc, 75c SUITS AND OVERCOATS Special Price for Saturday * Here is a great variety of Suits in brown, check and gray mixed worsteds and black unfinished Tliiln-is, made np in the newest single breasted mod"ls. perfect fitting. These suits are made by one of the best houses in the country and and every garment is quaranteed to hold its shape. Suits full worth $15. REGULAR $15 VALUES Men's O ver coats-$ 15 Values ^$12 HANDSOME BLUE AND BROWN KERSEY COATS LINED WITH BEST QUALITY VENETIAN'SILK VELVET COLLAR, 44 INCHES LONG; A VERY DRESSY COAT. Special Price, $12 Boy's Suit Special $2.50 BLUE CHEVIOT AND BROWN MIXED CASSIMERE SUITS, SIZES 8 TO 14, EXTRA WELL MADE, WORTH $3.50. BOYS' ALL WOOL KNEE PANTS the 75c grade Special for Saturday SOc BOYS' BEST CASSIMERE KNEE PANTS, regular $1 quality—Special For Saturday, 75c MENS' AND BOYS' NIGHT SHIRTS ALL SIZES Men's Golf Shirts Light striped Madras and solid blue chambray, cuffs attached or separate. $1.25 value. OUTFITERS FOR MEN AND BOYS S.WISEKOPF OUTFITERS FOR MEN AND BOYS

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