The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on November 11, 1908 · Page 5
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 5

Bakersfield, California
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Wednesday, November 11, 1908
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A (Comparison of diir iroods—their quality, their prices is w!uit we invite-, wlint we urge. If yon \v;,nt a diamond, ex- i-iii'ne <>th<•.• stocks, then ours, If ''HI if" purchasing silver!' 1 . or torks, tv.iikr cnlleiil roi!j|i.ivi"-im^. If you ay. interest e.| in «old scarf pins or rings, do not buy until you rrmpare "in- stock wlt'.i others which yon «>nteiii|>ljitt>. If you do this you wlK appra- elate the Mrerutli of our oliiim to the greatest and freshest H'oek at prlei---, \vhlch in every case us-'irn full value received. SIX WEEKS TO CHRISTMAS. American Jewelry Co. SOLOMON & LAW 1430 Nineteenth Street Money to Loan We have unlimited funds to loan on Improved farm property at 7%% per annum, and on long terms and easy payments. If you are paying a high rate ot interest this proposition should interest you. Bakersf ield Abstract Company GEO. HAY, Mflr. Chester Ave. and 19th St. Bmmtnt nEREDSOMEOF STOLEN HORSES i D. A. Waters returned from Los Angeles this morning, where he had W. A. Anderson arrested yesterday ! for the heft of three horses stolen from this city last Saturday. Ander; son will arrive this afternoon in custody of Sheriff Kelly. Waters with the aid of the sheriff's office learned that a carload of horses was shipped from this city Saturday last and consigned to Snowden Bros, In Ix)s Angeles. Oolng to the stable In the southern, city he located three of his animals at the stable, and also saw Anderson, for whose arrest he held a warrant. Waters quickly crossed the street to where a policeman was standing and the arrest follow, ed. Two more of Waters' horses have been located near this city, wjiere they were placed In pasture by Max Cohen, a second-hand dealer, who advanced Anderson $76 on them. The horses, which were stolen from H. Gardner of Fresno by Anderson and his confederate, John Mul- vanl, have been located In this city by Deputy Sheriff James Qulnn. Mul- vanl Is still at large. Midway Ftoht. W. A. Buckalew, a tool dresser employed by W. P. Cunningham on section 14 tn the Midway, late yesterday afternoon swore to a, complaint for battery against Clem Cleason, assistant superintendent of the Mt. Diablo property. Buckalew alleges that Cleason beat him without provocation Inflicting severe Injuries. The flght occurred In Midway late last week. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that Yee Lee has bought the Valley restaurant, situated at 1313 19th street in the City of Bakersfield and has assumed all bills owing by said restaurant. All persons holding any such hills will please present them to: payment to the undersigned on or before Noveitv ber 15, 1908. 91 YEE L.EB. WOKHARD FOR FRIDAY'S PLAY If diligent rehearsing Is any guarantee of success, the benefit to be given by the Native Daughters next Friday, evening at SciToner's theater should be a huge success. A number of vaudeville turns precede the main feature of the program, "Charley's Annt," and each have been selected with (-real care. Those taking part i '• - * l! 3 il '-.-.,, ^ > ft S v f. . i- ,' I. -I f ' I.. AV* U .. 1 * . VS&p!!X!&gX^^ Kern City | Kern Cityj MISSING KERN GIRL SAID TO BE /A SAN FRANCISCO Numerous New Styles Now On Display I'olire detectives and and deputy to his inabaiity to obtain employ, sheriffs over the state are endeavor-' ni< tit in Los Angeles, has taken his Ing to solve the mystery of the die- it'e and Aunustlna to San Francisco. • appearance of Augustina Duserre, ,1 The police of the northern city havo ' pretty 16-year old girl, who left her ,.« n communicated with by the lo- ' home In Kern City several days ago cal detectives engaged on the cas) . and wag traced as fur as 1-os Ange- and every effort will be made to In- • les. , tercept them. ' The girl, according-to her mother The pir) i s described as being five who is In Los Angeles aiding the fe< t four inches tall, dark complexion-! searchers, was last seen in company di. wiiciit about 110 pounds), looks with Mr. and Mrs. M, W. Dayton, for-; older Hum 1C years, and possibly will mer residents of Kern City. The endeavor to obtain employment in a ; couple were known to admire the! department store. j girl, and previous to her disappear-! ._«, i ance she was much In their company., jUJn^L /Mfn^n About the time the young girl left Ifl UGH I UlSlS her home the Daytons came to Los! Angeles and registered at a rooming! house on North Main street. | Mr. and Mrs. Dayton and a young j ^ girl stayed at the North Main street i house for several days, and then left.. 'H 16 SiU1 Joaquln dMslon No. 5 of not telling anyone their future real- j th * 0r(K '' of Machinists la making dence. At the time the supposed to he their niece. Have Ball Irt was ie Bay- tons were unemployed during their stay at the North Main "street address. elaborate preparations for the eighth annual ball to be given Thanksgiving eve, Nov. 25th In Kaar's hall. The machinists have established a name for themselvs as Mrs Mary Clement, the mother of, entertainers and their coming ball la the girl, lives on H street in Kern. bouil <! to be a success. At the meeting Monday night the following com- Augustina has had a convent education and is musically inclined. Dayton also Is a musician. mittee of arrangements was appointed: J. T. Graham, K. Frembling, D. Mrs. Clement declared Tuesday i c F " tlf ' s . L N Matthews And Frank that she believed that Dayton, owing Ml "'Phy. are Miss Florence Bell, Mrs. Guntllach, Mrs. E. J. Helbling, Miss Pauline McGuIre, Herbert Pierce, Mr. McRae, Leo Puuly, Mr. Johnson, ,Jlr. Flddes Page, Sydney Browning, Ross Blrchett and Jas. O'RIelly. )• NOTES AND PERSONALS. | Assistant Superintendent Dodds went to Fresno this morning. O. West has returned from a short MRS. HARRY GATES WILL BE HOSTESS. Mrs. Harry Gates will entertain the Eschschoitzla division No. 191 Ladies' Auxiliary to the 0. R. C. tonight atj her cozy home »n Bakers street. ! . < • » I A. H. DOYLE PROMOTED. A. H. Doyle 'of the Southern Pacific storeroom has been promoted to J storekeeper of the Fresno storeroom ' and will leave in a few days to as- visit In Los Angeles. You can get a lot In any part of ;S ume new duties. Kern. You have 2000 to yick from.j , . fc Terms easy. Prices $35 to $3.00 A. Twnc p unpnpc i FAVF J. Woody. S16 Baker street u .THREE HOBOES LEAVE 'Chief Train Dispatcher J. H. Sher ! TOWN VERY RAPIDLY, idan has gone to San Francisco and' F ™»'< Hcwett, E. Doherty and A. n, R. Pe^lihnm is acting in his ca- Harlin, three hoboes who were found parity. Miss Mftuulp Ferguson )i;i.« rctunied from Old Mexico, where she bus be- n IV)- tli" )ia:-t nine months, s l-'|f t;i !\U><<re Is I' ;i recent illness. in a hay barn, were brought iv ,!n..K'o .Mnrion this nmrninr, by i rs I'.i'u'.pi r su'.il Strn! !<\ The.\ . t.'iv> D Ill 1 rbni'.ee «'' '-:•'•( tlun; out' r i>\n insj'le <i|' ten :ninul",s or serv-. ten i!;iy:-' in lie ediitifi" j:ii!, and i lioi-t the former. TAILORED NOVELTIES, FINE DRESS MODELS, SUPERB MILLINERY EXQUISITE WAISTS MEW TOURIST COATS. .Many new arrivals have been ndded to our stocks the past few days. We are now ready to show yon mi Hssortment that for correct styles, wide variety and lowness of price is unexcelled. We wish to particularly emph;i- si/.e that our suits are correct fitting, well made and thoroughly tailored in every particular. Every ai'tiele is sold under our personal guarantee (complete satisfaction or your money refunded) Come in and see the new styles. Try on the stilts, dresses and millinery. You are under no obligation to buy. SABLffGX SCARf buys u pretty scarf miv.le of sable fox— is trlnvm«<i with largo tail und paws. A good sized article, maite nil Hround with fur. It Is warm and attractive fook- ing and actually worth $12.50; our price Is $10,50 $10 FOR FINE MILLINERY THAT SHOULD BE $15 We arc offering you your choice of many different styles—all pretty, attractive and up-to-dnte. They are made in .smart, Hwngger ways with an originality ami dash that makes each one individual. The trimmings and materials are the very best. The styles include both tailored and dress effects. At the price we are naming they are positive bargains—think ol' it values to $15 on sale for'only $10. Hamilton's PHONE MAIN 309 2000 CHESTER AVE,, AT 20th p. p\.:.'i-\: ' ,\ :. I-T «. i • ^ _^_ ^_' ft. A. lllythe, the Tuliire real cslatc !-:••.•• ,;in, is in (own today. < ,„• •,. \V. H. (irahnni returned to his -M,•• -, • i'j Treit n Grrni;>. zi'iii' 1 iii ''ri'Mi<> iliiw »i"nilii.!'. i). (l. Me Iif\ Holds. pii]ii riuli'iiili'tit i (li •mi.-;' t, returned inim I .. ,., \u.'.< '• i:' ir. Oil Ctiniimay in- ; ', uri-' •'<•'. f NOW ISAV' Sl! r? U rA-Vu .!?.i i I * "*-Ttv. • „ .-^.j-,- .fcravoxig, -*«^NI^JV V\ <&3^A~^^£^ I PICTURE: -saj m <J»! ±\ f*\ • ('nine iir and seleei s.inie- thinu'fov ymir lioine. .\ picture liel'e ,'ni'l l!>e|V on lh«' walls irives tin 1 I'H<mi a elieel't'i;! iii;'. Y..II call .-.eject ('ruin ii stuck is liilVe LINOLEIMS N PHILIP W. IEDERAU STOVES 1408-10 19th St. Main 173 Th-;: kittle Rarket Store - still '••>, 1.1 .•i lei- 1 i'e-t The little slutc (ilillleV l!c Cl'., c ; atid ' '. '-slci 1 ;i\'"!i ad'lii. i no'.v In., ill,.! :'."..• drv !"•• \\u~.i ,! ,'eiiihies. ' V-:! l.'. I lie 1,'ic!.' iii'(-i'i'-iy oi.tI!N, 'A ' • . inn-.-' i.njiiihir cini'i > in ih • \\-»!'iii. \Y. it- I;id!' L - tn call ;ue! f,.w .i,in,!e.. i,!r. ... M-.-•!•,•. I;]. .li.lll il Iviclii •-.' 'I Ci>il. Illi! !• .'ll'tl t lie lie/Mi: :: ' ;• i't o! f-iiilipiideriii!. 1 -. \\' I'i.'ll lil'iei.-h ou in articles. L. V. OODLEY & CO. r S|-e- nset':il C. J. . . Arthur S. Ci-iteo, Cashier. INTEREST AN IMPORTANT FACTOR. Interest ;-. a vi-i-y iini-ui 1 | : . M t I';M--.,.- i:i luiililiirr :i re. ... rv<- t'lilhi p'ul •.'.•!--<• i- !!:•' ,,,:,,, \ V . n.;.r, "I 1 '-iiiM V-'llu lie- Friday, Saturday Matinee and Night and Sunday Nov. 14

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