The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on November 16, 1908 · Page 8
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 8

Bakersfield, California
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Monday, November 16, 1908
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THE BAKFJrTRFIETjT) C!ALTFORN*IAN MONDAT, NOVEMBER 16, 1908. St. Francis Bazaar Opens Tonight At St. Francis Hall Corner of Truxtun Ave. and I St. Napanee Indian Drill And Song , VTIONAL CREST you 'WANT "IT I SOLD ONLY IN "TINS Bakersfield Grocery Co. Bakersfield, Cal. Sale Agents Phone Main 186. 1717-1719 19th A FARCE COMEDY AT THE UNION TONIGHT. Tonight the farce comedy, "Runaway Match" will be put on at the j Union. This Is the first farce com- l edy the Cunningham Company have put on and it. is certainly a good comedy bill. The situations are so funny that whenever it Is produced it is a'continued scream. The Cuni ulngham Company Intend remaining j In Bakersfield and some good bills ;ir" now in preparation and will fol- I low the present production. Prize I matinie Saturday and cash prize I Saturday night. Amusement Moving pictures and dance every Wednesday evening in Oil fields, Associated Club House, San Joaquin I.OiiHe. MANUEL SERRANO Mmrr. AND RAN AM Robert II. Wilson, aged 29, was a daring tliiei 1 who robbed J. U. Murrell of $;in Saturday night. Wilson ap- proartied Murrell and asked for a iiiiartor. The latter displayed $30 In currency iiiul the thief snatched It and ran away. The bills were issued by the new Delano bank and Murroll notified Marshal McKamy and Officer Glenn was del ailed on the case and HI aiiotii :>, o'clock Sunday morning Wilson was arrested and lodged In jail. Muriel] this morning swore to a complaint, charging the other with robbery. Broke Into Union Lumber Co.'s Offics. Constable Newell this morning arrested Frank Ross, a local workingman, for whom the police have been quietly looking for some time past. Ross is said to have been caught In the office of the Union Lumber Company one night early this month, tin,der the most Incriminating circumstances. A complaint for burglary was sworn to by the company oil November 4th. but the arrest did not or- icur until this morning. Ross \vaa Jable 10 give the required bail of $1000 and secured his liberty. He will fight the case. Looks Bad For Johnson. The examination of William Johnson, another aleged robber, began before Justice Black this afternoon. Johnson Is accused of robbing C. T. Burks or a silver open-face watch,' value. $17.5D, a pocket knife, value ' $1.50, and a bottle of Old Kenton ! whiskey, value 65 cents, on the Ches- j ter avenue road near the Ice plant a j week ago. The case against him In i regard to the theft of the whlskeyMa j said to be particularly strong, as he' Isold the fiery fluid later. ! Johnson recently finished a two years sentence In San Quentln, beini;' ! convicted from Kern County. He can' j be given a life sentence If convloted' on the present charge. ' 1 Arrested For Non-support. ! ft. H. Campbell, an oil driller, ap-! ppnred before Justice Black this morning to answer charges of nonsupport of his wife and four little children. This offense Is now a nrls- j demeanor under a new section of the • criminal code. Campbell was found ! guilty, but promised to do better by [ his family. Justice Black sentenced | the man to serve 180 days in the county jail, but suspended sentence during good behavior of the accused. BAKERSFIELD OPERA HOUSE UniVUII U I I LLU ROBT. 6. BABTON n. n .dtr ROBT. 6. BARTON, n*na«cr THE — Clansman IS COMING Cos fof Running for Office THE HUB On the Corner .i$thand I Sts. THE HUB On the Corner 19th and I Sts. WE ARE AFTER THESE "CAN'T BE FITTED" FELLOWS. To the stout man, the slim man, or to any man who thinks that he can't he fitted with a read-tn-wear suit, we have H message of comfort. Hriug your suit troubles hero. We have a euro—clothing that will fit yon perfectly. Don't, Mr. llardfitter; put us to the test; try our clothes. That's all. S.WISEKDPF The SIM-i:;i'!ii <•:" i'«:•:!.m i xiicns.'s by candidates slimy.-! ihat not 'much money was ex|ie;i ;,.,i i n Hie late election for campaign '.-urposes. Win. Hoiiser, supervisor-elect from the First district, liled his statement, today, a total expenditure of $.V" fur priii I Ins and Ciimp:iiu'nin;. The *tal<'ii)e])t of H. A. J'isrro shows $!'l.!tu expanded for livery hire, cards, posters and announcements. J. M. Hush, supervisor-elect in the Fourth District, spent but $ Superior Judge Mahon expended $l.'!u. Jliiii of which w;is a contribution to the central committee, and the rest went for advertising. It Frank Cor.-.ett for tlie campaign $91, of which $r>s w,is consumed in visiting voters, and $lf> was a contribution to tlie central committee. N. P. Petersen spent only $:',(>, all for advertising and printing. O. .1. Hundy spent no money at all in his campaign for supervisor. "\Vhah is you been workin?" asked Miss Miami Brown. "Up to one o'deshere garrldges, whnh (ley keep de automobiles." "1 s'pose you likes 'em better dan mules?" "Well, de dlffunce is dat a mule kUiks wif his hin' feet an' de automobile is mo' li'ble to butt same as a Boat."—Washington Star. "I'm glad the election Is over," said the earnest citizen, "People's minds will be easier now." (j ''Yes," answered Mr. Slrlus Barker. 1-amllles who name their children after candidates can now decide on the baby's middle initial."—Washington Star. TELEPHONES MAIN 39 and 86 Thoughts of Christmas -Make a note of (his—we shall slock some new gift ar. tides this year that you will wish to investigate early. Theiv will ho inuiiy „ sur . prise hero for early buyers. Tho Store of Eastman Kodaks. Baer's Leading Druggists. Announcement! We take pleasure in announcing to the the ladies of Bakerfield and Kern Co., that we have secured the services of Mrs, H, L. Kelly to take charge of our Cloak and Suit Department. Mrs. Kelly needs no introduction to the stylish dressers of Bak- ersfleld—-for the past year she has been associated with Miss Poran in high class dressmaking, and prior to her removal to Bakersfield from Los Angeles she made the art of stylish garments her life study. Our customers and friends can be assured of cordial treatment when visiting our Oloak and Suit Department. You Can Dress Nicely —For Less Money— If You Buy Your Clothing At The ninn wlio wiiiit* to dress nicely at a slight expense can easily tin -o---if he counts here for his elofhe.s. $15 is really ti small tiinount to pay for clothes—particularly when they're a full fifth hotter tlmn the clothiii'r sold at $'20 elsewhere. Kedliek's $15 suits arc assuredly handsome, well fitting and durable. We are showing a collection of men's Fall Suits at $15 so strikingly superior to anything you ever saw for the money that every man who intends to buy n new s«iit owes it to himself to see them. Save $1 on Fine Shoes On our bargain tables will be found some excellent values in men's meidum weight shoes. These are broken lines in kill and calf skin, Ince and blucher .style, either tan or black. Regular $5 values. Clearing price $4.00. TRY OUR "WALK-OVER" SHOES. ** * CITY BRIEFS. * »;. .;. .;. .;. .;. * .;. * Delivery Boys Held Up.—Two delivery boys for Baer's drug store, Willy Carlisle and Brv mt, were held up last night, at the corner of LMtli and G streets, by a gang of hoboes, who started to go through their pockets. There were frightened awny by the approach of a bowman As it happened the bo.vs ha-1 otuy L'5 cents with them. Huiiterg to Go on Trip.—Aurello Herrern, Buldy Wilson, George ba- ccate, and Jack r Jsher leave tomorrow for a hunting trio, alter geese, in the La, Palomn ranch country. Gary In Transfer Business.—,). R. Carey is In the transfer business again, with a large dray, on which is painted the firs name, "Bukerafleld Transfer Co." Bert Anderson's Funeral.—The funeral of Bert Anderson, the rig builder found dead at McKittrlck, was hold yeBienh'y afternoon at 4 o'clock from the parlors of Dlxon & Son. Rev. Patterson Irul charge of the services and the Peniol Mission quartet rendered several selections. The pall bearers were Pat Powers, Billy Wilson, Tommy Love, Joe Brady, J. J. Cruise, and Eddie Cousins. Louis Borel Buried.—Louts Borel, who was killed at Tehachapl Saturday, was burled yesterday afternoon, the funeral services being held from St. Joseph's church, Kern, In charge of Father Heffernun. The funeral was one of the most largely attended ever held In Kern, and of the estimated ,'!50 persons who attended, only a portion were able to gain entrance to the building. The pall bearers were M. Espatalier, J. B. Estribou, Jean Eyraud, J. Phillips, L. Bemat. M. Cesmat. Interment was In Union Cemetery. A Social Evening.—The ladies of St. Paul's Guild have completed their arrangements for n snr-lal evening next Tuesday evening, November 17th, at the residence of .Mrs. Maude. There will bo given u musical program and light refreshments. An enjoyable evening Is assured. All tholr friends are cordially invited, Will Go to Seattle—L. Victor GU- lard and his wife, May Roberts Gillard of the Union stock company, have gone to San Francisco and from there expect to go to Seattle where they will become members of a stock company. Dr. 3. S. Weiser, the optician from Fresno, la at the Southern. Father— It's near midnight and t can't, see why Anna's fellow hasn't sense enough to go home. Little Willie (In next room)—He can't go, papa. Sister's sitting on him.—Town Topics. » . » "Is It a platonic affection?" "Purely. He gave me a pen wiper for my birthday."—Exchange. ».«. "The landlady of your boarding house Invited me to come around with you and get a square meal sometime." "Trying to get you for a boarder I guess." •I a'pose so. What does she consider a square meal?" "A soda cracker, judging by what we get."—Exchange. "Why so sorrowful, girl?" "We have parted forever. He writes me to send back the ring " "Tell him to call for it," advised the experienced friend.—Kansas City Journal. Office Telephone Main 731 Residence Telephane Farmers 18x1 2025 Chester Avenue. McCaron's Art Store,' Orders by Phone Attended to Promptly Pictures, Frame* to Order, Latest Mouldings, Best of Workmanship.

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