The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on November 9, 1908 · Page 8
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 8

Bakersfield, California
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Monday, November 9, 1908
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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9,1908. TELEPHONES MAIN 29 and 86 Still Got That Cough and Cold ? 5'ry our jjuiirnntee Kuca!y|i:us and Honey ('oii'_rh Sy:;i|>. We say Hull it will >!»!' that ?ough because w<- lcno\v •vhnt it, has done for others aud know what it will do for 8TARNES MER Wll WILL OPEN UP NEW COUNTRY Men Who Are Hard To Fit A. C. Starns, the well known hay-in> • Krower on section :',r>-l!S-27, on the Mir.:li u mpssa n short distance north of Jew-'has hern i'tta, h:is brought In a fine water well few M •• • on his property which will stimulate points in development In that section of the ' oi.m.;'•.- country. The land la naturally orange'ors ;.t ie land and many local people owning: comliu > adjoining tracts tire now planning to I firm.•> roil. Get il at Beers, The Store of Eastman Kodaks. .-Ink wells, since StnnieH met with HIICCCHS. and Inutile of a year several young orange orchards will probably be set out. Starnes lias been working on his well for some time, but It was practically drilled during the last two weeks He wont down 300 feet and got 1'jr> fec-t of water gravel -which Is now producing a grand stream of water. The well Is a mile west of the Standard lanl::< an.l (lie T. A. Wells property, on which ti'prc IH also a good well, Is to the east. The new well Is the only one In that Immediate vicinity. The mirroundlnt; land owners are 'Tim Sullivan, who owns a piece In section '•',-, K. \V. Tegeler on section W. S. Cone of the Edison Company! 2, Fresno Realty Company Hie whole Leading Oruggltt*. til, ii, .-..!• Itlcs ol the 81)111" citrus !']•• above named property. nit In hay during the past ,,.-. but ever;- irulicatioi "," land beln- valuable fc: . ; ;'.r.-ee of the .ibovc own i Mill sink wells ,Uiri:x< thi • r an-! put out oraiif ':-.<• l.ior:<ey ;>!«ce litnir 1>> .::-. ''X i r.;i!e o! t'r.e u-.ijubll- :n- j.-ftlon. it Is withou; /or," mid Is considered bj l>,. even boiler suited for ii; ih,m the Kern messa east of Kern. CAUGHf STEALING Should Come To Redlick's For Their Clothing There's n special provision hero for the little fellows nnil lor the hip fellows—men with :U diest measure, mid men with chest measuring over 44—sneh men rnroly .u'et n good fit, except ill Rctlliek's—and rarer still such a variety to select from.. We fit thorn accurately to all wool suits as low as $15.00 ICBS here last night and this morning K. U. Bishop, the oil man, is In of section 33, Dr. VV. S. Robinson on 2H, V. \V. Robinson on 22, and the Me'.own. AfUr having accepted the good will and use of the James photographic. studio, C. Hodgman, a grapher In hard straits, who photo- itopped over here a week ago to endeavor to replenish his exchequer by taking photographs of local business houses, T). B. Woodward came In from Sun*.«C l»st night. r BAKERSFIELD OPERAHOUSE UflllL.ll VI I LikU ROnT. G. BARtON, Hanaqrr ONE NIGHT FRIDAY NOVEMBER, 13 Seats on Sale Wednesday. A NEW KIND OF A RAILROAD WESTERN PLAY PRESENTED WITH A CAST OF SUPERIOR EXCELLENCE. The Rocky Mountain Express A MELODRAMA OUT OF THE ORDINARY. Prices 25c, 50c, 75c Saturday, November 14 Joseph and William W. Jefferson Williams property, recently purchased from the Land Company which Is j Saturday attempted to rob his bene- less than a mile to the south. The hit- [ factor of a $1UU camera. The alter property Is understood will be put 1 , tempt, which was cleverly made, was unsuccessful and Hodgman was arrested Saturday evening in Los An- 11 geles upon the advices of the local (sheriffs office. He arrived from tlu- I smith this afternoon in custody of | Mi'imty Sheriff Qulnn. | llodginau Friday night telephoned I to ,1. H. James Informing him that if i he had the use of a Hash light appar- I atus and camera h<j would be in position to make ten or twelve dollars. James, not wishing to stand in the man's way, consented under the promise that the camera would be returned by 7 o'clock Saturday morning. At 10:30 the camera had not been returned and beginning to feel anxious, James called on Undersherlff Baker. It was soon learned that Hodgman had left his room In the Walters Hotel and going to Kern engaged a room at the Metropole, making it known that he was to leave on the morning train for the north. Un- dersherlff Baker notified the valley sheriffs by telephone. This proved to be a, for a few minutes be- j tore 1 o'clock, Just before the day- i IlKht train left for I-os Angeles, Hodg• man hurriedly left tlie Metropole, j carrying the camera, and buying a! • ticket to I.os Angeles, boarded the i train. Identification was easy, as he j carried the picture taking machine. '. Ills personal appearance likewise aid- j ed in the capture, as he wears a ( Van Dyke beard. The police at I.os • These all wool suits at $15.00 are here in all sizes—including winter serges that never wear out. Some years back $15 would have about paid for the bare goods and part of the labor used to make a Redlick $15 suit. You ought to see what $15 does now at Redlick's—not only excellent goods and linings ,but the best thought and the good work of expert designers and tailors. «rjn J Let The Next Pair of Shoes You Buy Be "WALK-OVER" Redlick's have the exclusive sale In Bakersfield for WALK-OVER SHOES—we show thirty styles in high and low shoes, all the desirable leathers for dress wear as well as for work. WALK-OVER SHOES are all guaranteed to be perfect—consequently you run no chances.. Try a pair at $3.50, $4 or $5. TOY DEPARTMENT NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS Select Toys and Dolls Early We Will Lay Them Aside life as when I learned the result of !hU election," continued Cole. "Knowing Bryan as I do, I realized all that it meant to him to win and I know what a hard blow this defeat must have been."—The Call. \ And an exceptionally talented company in Richard Brimsley Sheridan's classical comedy— The Rivals prices 50c, 75c, $1 and $1.50 Seats on Sale Thursday. Angeles were notified and the cap-, ture effected that night. ' , Arrested For Robbery. j Constable Xewell this morning ar rested William Johnson, under suS' plcion of having held up Charles T.,j Berkes, an employe of the Four Oljf.^^rUwt'ev'ening the~MetUo"dls\ Company, Saturday night at the can-'. church was fll , 0(1> nn(l beslde8 lTie 244 Signers to % Pledge The Murphys, lecturers on temperance, have 244 signers of the pledge since they came to Bakersneld, and meetings continue to be largely al bridge on the North Chester Ave< nue bridge. Berkes lost a watch and fob, but no money. Johnson is known to have . offered some property for sale, the articles being Identified speakers, Rev. Snudilen, Rev. Smith and D. H. Vaughn occupied seats oil the platform. There were solos by Miss Barber and Miss Harris, and Tom Murphy "Baxter Butted In" at Union The comedy drama, "How Baxter Butted in," will open tonight at the Union. It is full of laughs and has have It produced again proves that it is certainly a taking bill. It will continue for four nights and on Frt day night Mr. Bracket! will play In one of his favorite successes, the well known piece, "David Harum." NOTED MURDER CASE AT LAST REACHES COURT. LAPORTE, lad., Nov. 9.—Breathing for the first time In six months .... t . tho f^sh air outside of prison, more funny lines than any bill the Lamphere was thu> mornl Cunningham Company has yet put from the county jal , to on. The opening act is in a hotel court room to answer tQ a e Q{ and the fun begins at the very rise murder ln the flrgt o the curtain. Thl 8 is a well known ing the death Qf Mrs BeHe Qunnegs Piece and is always a success when- and her three ch , 1(lr Th ever it Is played. It has been played room was crowded Tfae here once before and the requests to wag cheerful , by the Initials on the fob. When ar- UeUvered an interesting discourse on rested he did nnt have the watch In his possession, but It Is thought It can be located. Berkes was riding a I cg t^ wheel when the robbery occurred. Tho description he Rives of his assailant tallies with Johnson's appear- anco. Chrysanthemum Fair TO BE GIVEN BY THE BAKERSFIELD. WOMAN'S CLUB AT WOMAN'S OLUB HALL Tuesday || Afternoon and Evening November 10, 1908 San Emidio and Stockdale .-hrys.-Hithemums on display. Potted plants and cut owers will be for sale. Admission will he free in the afternoon. ADMISSION, EVENING, 25c. NATHAN COLE, JR., SAYS HE IS OUT OF POLITICS. " out of piditirs. No more for me. I am sick iiiiil disgusted with the game. Henc.'fnrih I will devote my attention ( 0 business." So spoke, Nathan Cole, Jr.. Democratic nation- emaii. personal friend of al •commltt Bryan ami sii.tar magnate, who came to this city from his home In LOB Angeles yesterday. the subject of temperance. This afternoon blue ribbon advo- d a second street meeting and spoke from an auto. at Good Films Morley's A story of an automobile race, entitled "The Auto Heroine" is the feature fllm at Morley's for ihe early part of the week, the program commencing tonight. The fllm shows an "I was never so disappointed In ray automobile track race in its entirety, TIONAL CREST YOU WANT IT I SOLD ONLY IN TINS Bakersftcld Grocery Co. Bakersfleld, Cal. Sole Agents Phone Main 18P. 1717-1719 19th aad the driving of the woman, after her husband has been disabled through trickery, is said to be one of i the most realistic bits of work ever shown by the vltograph. The other subjects arc all good. They include -For the Sake of the Uniform," a, dramatic number, "A Bashful Young j j Man of Bakersfleld." comic; "The; I'ardon," dramatic, and "A Strong: ' dale" and "I" the Government Ser-, ' vice," l' >th dramatic reels. j i The illustrated songs are both ex-j , Rood ones. "If Vim Cared] •For Mi- is I Care For You," and 'Till He Will. You Whnn t!io Clouds Roll' i By" arc their titles. »? j I,. A. MoCray of Hollywood Is In town. Mr. MeCray Just lately made a lease o n the West Side. The Very''Kind of Clothes Good Dressers Want Are Here! \Ve put LTctit stress on the Tact that mir "Collegian Suits ami Overcoats HIV the very kind ol' clothes <rood dressers want. Tlii' time anil money .spout in making such clothes as \\v oftVr, fully warrunts the statement that we ^ive the best Clothes Values in this city. And tlie enthusiastic buy. injj of these clothes doubly proves it. You couldn't fiml richer patterns or erisper styles turn ore artistic, tailoring than are imbued in "Collcuian" Clothes. Let us show you (lie nob- biest, snappiest suits from $1') to MO. Overcoats from $10 \ji, There is ii saviuy of if every ready to wear garment bmmlit here. on S.WISEKOPF

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