The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on November 12, 1908 · Page 8
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 8

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, November 12, 1908
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THE BAKEKSFTELD CALIFOTtNIAN THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1908. TELEPHONES MAIN 29 and 88 Still Got That Cough and Cold ? ?rv our gtiiirantee Kuealyp- ius iitnl Honey Cough Syriij'. We say that it will st"p lli;l! tough because \v know K-'int it lias done l'"i' others j;id know what it will do I' 1 "' TOIL Got it at I'-aers. The Store of Eastman Kodaks. Baer's Leading Druggists. Dr. J. S. Weiser er of the Weiser Optical Co., lO: 1 ,:: I street. Fresno will be in Makeislield U'.V Week collllllelieiilLr .Moll- tiny. November 111. l!">-\ ;nnl will slop at the N'-w Southern Uolel. Eyes Examined Free All^Work Guaranteed LOCALS ID PW FRESNO POLO There will be a series of three polo :;am"s at the Dreamland rink on Sat- day and Sunday, with the crack Fresno team. This will open the season for tile local hms on skates. The sanies will be held (in Saturday evening tit s: |f>, on Sunday afternoon at IJ and ('ii Sunda.i evening at 7:"0 o'clock. The I're-:no poloislH are said to be on'e of the best teams lu the valley, •ind tip' ii'-wly organl/ed Dreamland skaters will probably have their hands lull in keeping honors even. C I-' •Jiniili. who will captain the lo- c-iN lias selected the following lino ju'p-' C. Smith, first rush; N. Smith, 'second rush: Johnny Davis, center; l('amd Ltimioiis. half-back; Joe Dlxon, 1 »nal H'lidev; "Spot" .\IacniurdoJ. nnd j Kr'ank He il. substitutes. The Kiesno leani lines up as fol- l,,,,s M-ick tir>l rush; I'asch, second . ii'-ilr Vie;-|'.eller. center; Waltman, : half-back; Schu'x, fioaltelider; Cra! ham. subs-timi' 1 ^ MARY CALALLERO IS 1 ACQUITTED OF MURDER. I SANTA BAKBAKA. Nov. 12.—Mary '.M. Calallero, accuse,! of the murder (,t Walter Sprou! in tills city last j.luly. was acquitted late yesterday ititernoon on the first ballot. The ' jury was out !<•>- than ten minutes. | Miss Calallero was unmoved as the verdict was announced. The audience cheered, as the result was unl- ! versally satisfactory. The case went ^ .,, the" jury shortly after 5 o'clock, j Liner the state's attorney had finished, his argument for the prosecution. i Granada Hotel Sutler and Hyde Sts., San Francisco. Absolutely Fireproof American plan. $;!.">'* for one. $f, for two. Ten stories of solid comfort. Country trade solicited. BAKERSFIELD OPERA HOUSE tODT. 0. 6AHTON, Manager 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 Expre ss A MELODRAMA OUT OF THE ORDINARY. Prices 25c, 50c, 75c Saturday, November 14 Joseph and William W. Jefferson And an exceptionally talented company in Richard Brimsley Sheridan's classical comedy— The Rivals Prices ONE NIGHT j! i SUNDAY HOV. 15 SEATS ON SALE THURSDAY. ANOTHER BOLD HOLD-UP for the alleged robbery of one O'Connor. an Arizona cattleman. shortly before midnight last night, two suspected yeggmen, giving their names an H. O. Rockefeller nnd Ed Smith, are this afternoon behind the bars at the county jail. O'Connor, who had brought some Arizona rattle here and sold them, started to waiu nime to Kern, where he rooms, last night, believing that the cars had stopped running. At Union avenue he was stopped by two men searched and robbed o£ $48 which he had with him. He at once returned to Biikersfleld and reported the matter to the police. This afternoon, In company with Officer Bowen. O'Connor made a round of the down-town district and tenderloin. He Identified the man giving his name as Rockefeller, and Smith as his assailants, Rockefeller being arrested about an hour before the other. He had about $15 on his person, and some new clothes, while he was known to have been penniless yesterday. Smith had no money. The two will be held at the Jail and an effort will be made to make a still stronger case against them. Hodgman Has Record. It is believed by the local officers that C. C. Hodgman, who made way with a $100 camera from the James studio, Is also known as C. C. Rogers, and that he stole a similar $150 outfit in Marysville lately. Word from the northern town to this effect was re- reived this morning, and Hodgman's record is now being Investigated. Rosedale Trouble. Peto Aueitste this morning swore j to a complaint against Maynnrd >0lb- ; son for battery. The two work on i the I'.edinacr dairy ranch at Rosedale and when an altercation occurred i Ciibson is alleged to have used a piu hiork upon Aguste with disastrous effect. Constable Newell is out 'this afternoon after Maynard. Cleason In Court. • T.en Cleason, the oil man who as' saulted W. E. Buckalew in the recent (Midway fracas, appeared before Jus- 'tire Black this morning, and admitted his attack readily enough. Cleas- 'on claimed that all had been drinking freely, and that ho had refused to j drink with Buckalew. He claimed ! that he did not know who struck the j first blow, but that no one but he himself had touched the injured man. Justice Black took the case under advisement until this afternoon. Fined $20 For Fighting. \V. U Massa ard Louis Santagas- [lino were picked up by Officers (Menu and Bowen shortly after midnight in a merry free-for-all light ' in front of the Owl dance hall. City Recorder Thomas fined them f I'd each when i they were brought before him this morning. Boys, Clothing that Will Stand Rough Play—and Rain Rovs' clotties must l>e built to stand the hard'knocks of rough play. If there is a weak spot anywhere, a lively youngster will have found it before ninny minutes. Then there is patching for mother to do—and the boy has an old-looking suit. There are no weak spots in the Redlick's bovs' clothing at $f>—the fabrics are all wool •mil carefully chosen. Every stitch is sewed with silk thread. Places where the strain process U1 they W are H made ABSOLUTELY RAIN- wpnftP j u st have your boy try one of these $5.00 PROOF. suits at Buy "Educator" Shoes for Your Children Get the children shoes that are Educator" shoes will "fill and children happier they will be. $1.75 to $3.00. THE TOY DEPARTMENT .8 AWAiTING YOUR CHOOS.NG-SELECT EARLY; WE W.LL LAY THEM ASIDE FOR YOU UNTIL CHRISTMAS. NOTES AND PERSONALS CITY BRIEFS. Mrs. L. Bailey of Fowler Is visiting j \V. Elder on Fourteenth [ MUCH MISCHIEF Five hoys, believed to i,elnng to the same naim which has been lurninu In | false fire alrms. were lasi uiu'lit discovered In the act of making a short ' circuit in tin 1 hiyh potential power | wires, rnnilnn from t he power phint,i near the Kern Itiver mills. The bo\ s; were swlngiiii; on an old Riiy wire, un- ; til the continued motion caused the! pole tops to swiiiK. brinniim the pole ; wires together, and making a sliort j circuit. This is I in.- third time the' same thlim has happened, and thej boys were this time caught In the act. There is no doubt but that the I mischief was malicious, and accord-1 IIIK to the California code, the offense | is a felony. Superintendent .lim Baker, who discovered the trouble and caught the culprits, let, them no without learning j their names, but iliis evening he and \ I 50c, 75c, $1 and $1.50 Seats on Sale Thursday. THE BIG FUN SHOW "UNCLE JOSH PERKINS" ;! WATCH FOR THE BIG PARADE OF THE HAY- |! SEED BAND. i' i prices 25c > 50c > 75c - h"l(}re were ind If it is - are region• i' is likelv Fire Chief liundlach will visit homes, to learn If they are of the same KaiiK which won. 1 caught befort- turn- Ing In false fire alarms The youngsters caimht released oil probation, found that the sann' on.- slide for the later lion!,'. lo «o hard with them Superintendent NeNoi. schools, stales thai i . have been plaviim ' • n.i lime past, ami ii i-. !•.-. these are the lads ; < •• |< >]. I sources of troubli- Too Late For Classification Church Social Tomorrow—The Calendar Club will give its first entertainment iu the parlors of the First Methodist Church Friday evening, N () \.•tuner 1'!. An Interesting program has been arranged. Refreshments will be served. Come out, get acquainted and have a royal good time. All the club members will be adiniiled on tickets obtained from their chairman. Admission to non- membcrs, -o Cents. Tehachapi Laborer Dies—Petero Aspera. a Mexican laborer, died in Tehachapl yesterday afternoon from pneumonia. The body is at Dlxon & Sons. Auto Ran Off Bridge—An Elrnore automobile, driven by F. R. Smith of Los Angeles, ran off the Union avenue bridge In the darkness last night. Both Smith and his wife, who was with him, were thrown out and badly ; shaken tip. The car was partially 1 wrecked. C. .E. Getchell is today : helping to rig the machine together I again. j Girl's Funeral Tomorrow.—The I'll ! neral Cervices for l.oupe dormcs, the little Sp-inish uirl. \vho died in IIK Hor^wardt addition \i-sierday, will In j held tomorrow morning from St. Jo| seph's church. Kern. Here From Oakland—J. H. Rdscn. of Oakland, a real estate and oil lands broker, is here today looking after his interests lu Kern County. Former Operator Returns—John \ Robertson, well known here as one of the early operators of the Kern River field, has returned for a few days on business. Since leaving Bukersfleld Mr. Robertson has been interested in the Nevada mines. lie is accompanied by C. H. Lamb of Los Angeles. Post Side Bet—Arthur Ferguson of the American Bakery, backing Jim Brown, put up the $50 side bet for his man In the wrestling match this afternoon. Walter Harris pn^ up $25 for Crawford, to go as forfeit money for the $50 hot, which lie will place later. Both men are working hard and are said to be getlug In good trim for the event. Mrs. J street. William Kelly, one of the early sellers of Bakersfleld, is visiting here to- J. \V. Wiley returns to Palo Alto tonight. Dr. W. Ct. Sylvester is confined to his home \y illness. The two year od daughter of J. W. Record, who has been in this city under treatment for spinal meningitis has been removed to the home at C.rauite Station. The Tejon Canyon school has been closed for the winter term ft will not reopen until March. The Redmen Initiated a member last night. At next Wednesday':meeting another initiation will be lield, to be followed by a banquet. SOLD ON LY^I N" f i N & Bakersfleld Grocery Co. Bakersfleld, Cal. Sole Agents Phone Main 186. 1717-1719 19th Calil'or,,ian want ads.; three days, 2~>c Office Telephone Main 731 Residence Telephane Farmers 18x1 2025 Chester Avenue. McCarons Art Store. Orders by Phone Attended to Promptly Pictures, Frames to Order, Latest Mouldings, Best of WorKmanship. YOU CONSULT THE EXPERTS OF THE ELECTRO-MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE. CALL OR WRITE. i Rooms 12 to 19.. Most elegant and completely furnished medical office west of Chicago. 254 SOUTH BEOADWAY, LOS ANGELES. CASTOR I A For Infants aud Childitn. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of FOlt HENT~--KurmMi.Mi r,,, for either one or two \n and cold water. lm|iiiiv street. ui l> THE Clansman WANTKD—By colored man. od i of any kind; lea\e orders a 1 Valley Kxchan-^e, ^.':;i Chcv-i or phone Main l!l\ Bakers!}'-! ! CADILLAC', 1-cylinder, ten hoi.- er, 'J seats, searchlight, etc lu running order. Will be si"d ut lie auction, Saturday, NoveniU. at 2 p. 111. Can be seen a' White's furniture store, corner street and Chester avoniie. White, auctioneer. pub- 1 . r 1),j Hoy; lsth| Koy i IS COMING LOST — In or near Uudlick's si ore, a registered letter addressed to Mrs. Gertrude Fredricks and bearing postmark Acton, California. Had beeu opened. Finder will ptease leave same at this office. 91 LIVE AND LET LIVE Doesn't apply to tiirUi'.vs at this seuso:;. hut it docs to us all the year r->iuul. We are always satisfied \vi:h M moderate porlit on our pooils. Why let your horse suffer fri MI cold when you can buy n blanket for $1.,")0. A lar^e assortment i>t' gloves always on hand. A. B. HEBRINQTOK 1517 19tb 8t. The Very KM of Clothes Good Dressers Want Are Here ! We put great stress on the fact that our "Collegian Suits and Overcoats are the very kind of clothes good dressers want. The time und money spent • in making such clothes as we offer, fully warrants the statement that we give the best Clothes Values in this city. And the enthusiastic buying of these clothes doubly proves it. 6 You couldn't find richer patterns or crisper styles or more artistic tailoring than are imbued in "Collegian" Clothes. Let us show you the nob- biest, snappiest suits from $1,-) to $30. Overcoats from $10 t,o 7.50. v There is a saving of $5 on every ready'to wear garment bought here. S.WISEKOPF

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