The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on November 18, 1908 · Page 8
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fff" _ •*•# & THE BAKER8PIEIjD CALIFQRNIAN TrfURSDAY. NOVEMBER IS, 1908. TELEPHONES MAIN C3 and 86 i Thousfhts of fc. f islmas .U.'re a note of this — we il! slock some new mft ar* ihis year ihat yon will c-Mi lit investiate earl. 1 will he ninny a stir- j hen- for early buyers. "She Store of Eastman Kodaks, Lt'Htling Druggist*. I ^•P* I IONAL CREST General Adna R. diaffee and D. K. ards of the Hoard of Public Works, City Engineer Homer Hanjlln and Chief Engineer William Mulhoi- land have returned irom an inspection trip along the line of the Owens Oliver aqueduct, during which they went as far as Independence, says the Los Angeles Examiner. "It was a highly Hiitinfactory trip Hi run shout." said Mr. Edwards yesterday. "We took the train to Mojave, and there were met with an automobile, In which we made the trip to independence and return, "Work Is progressing nnely on the Jawbone Canyon division. We inspect- erl several of the tunnels and found that good progress is being made. We »Mrt not so to the cement mill. All of iho steel is on the ground, I under* rtttml. but it will take some time t6 put it in position and we do not look for Its completion before the first of the year. "We inspected the work of the nteam shovels at work near Mojave, and were more than satisfied with the progress that is being made In digging the big ditch. The largest shovel so far contracted for has ar- rfv»d and is befnt* put up, and when it is in operation (he dirt will fly in earnest. * Beyond Independence we Inspected (ho work of the dredger in the open canal there. The day wo were on the ground the dredger made seventy. Ihreo foot, which is a fine record. There has been some trouble with <he cutter, but that seems to have been adjusted and the machine is working satisfactorily. Another dredger is being built here and will be sent up to the canal as soon as it is Lieutena Tag for Plans an* in active preparation for Tag Day on December 5th to raise lunds for the Children's Shelter. Each of the captains named is authorized to designate in turn ten Men- YOU WANT IT ! iOLO ONLY IN TINS Bakersfleld Grocery Co. Bakersfietd, Cal. Sole Agents Phone Main 186. 1717-1719 19th Bargain COMING fHE HUB the Corner uSthandi SU. THE HUB On the Corner 19th and I Sts. V T \ \ \ V. • l*i I. WE ABE AFTER THESE "CAN'T PITTED" FELLOWS, To the stout man, tin slim man, or to any man who thinks that lu «uu't bo littod with a ivad-io-\vear suit, wt have a message of comfort. Bring your suit troubles here. We Ikave a cure —cluthiug that will fit you perfectly. Don't scoff, Mr. Harclfltter; put us to the test; try our clothes. That's fA U£ TL £55 CL O THE5 S.WISEKOPF H'MIllllH, nil i f iCii ueilttm 'Til nnriK 1 fh"<- ;t! Is Mum Inaiirlnir nn working forre in each district In the city, H is altfo proposed to interest the teachers In the work at the coming Institute, and if possible to have tag day made county wide. The Children's Shelter is for the benefit of the whole county and It Is believed if nome of the teachers will take hold of the movement active interest will be manifested il1 many of the smaller towns and in the outlying districts. The committee in charge of the day has placed an order for 75,000 tags and there is some apprehension that this number will not be sufficient, there being no limit to the number of times the captains, lieutenants and ulds may tag a person. ELECTION RESULTS SHOW LOS ANGELES LEADS STATE. One of the important results of the election nf Nov. 3 will be that, following the apportionment to be based on the Federal census of 1910 Tx>s Angeles county will have the largest delegation to Sacramento in th« state. San Francisco at present has eighteen assemblymen and nine senators, while lx>s Angeles has nine as- y.emblvrwn Jin:I five senators. In the last ten years, however, tho vote In I-os Angeles county has moro than doubled, the returns from the last flection showing a vote of about 12.000 in excess of that cast by San Francisco. The rapid growth in population me.-ins also that Los Angeles county will be entitled to at least two, and possibly 'three Congressmen after the next census.—Los Angeles Express. MONTENEGRO MAY MEAN WAR WITH AUSTRIA. VIENNA, Nov. IS.— Advices from Cettlnje, the capitol of Montenegro, declare that the telegraph line between ^.... t Cettlnje and Cattaro, the seaport of Austria, hut* been cut. an 1 Montm* 1 * Kor han mounted guns on the slopes .kmlnatlng Cattaro. Ft has also occupied a dug pans leading into Her- zegivimi with SOOu tv-jops. BIG OPENING NIGHT SATURDAY BY NEW MANAGEMENT. Clmrlc> UusKcll and Tcay Hire art planning for a bi-< oponlnt? Satuv.I <: j ni^ht at the I,ouvr». HoatU Turk'-* suckling piu:. ;uvi other U;iiu<U\s vi" he on the bill of Ian-, an 1 Hns.-t»U \vil! (have charge of the" m;isic:^I m-f--! im •, which promises in l>«» a iViiurn in its*-)*'. j j completed. "I should say that we have 1500 to £000 men at work and they apparent- ; ly an* satisfied and doing well. There is no complaint about the board that wo heard of, though It is probable , ihat the food may get to be a trifle [ monotonous at times. Desmond appears to be keeping up with his con- ' tract, nnd no complaints were made to us. General Chaffee asked a num- | \Kr of the men about the food and all paid, U waw satisfactory. We ate at only one of the. camps, nnd found nothing to complain of. "All the Indications are that the work will be completed several months, If not a year or more sooner than the first estimates." SUMMONS. In the Superior Court of the County of kern..State ot California. Ethel Rouauette, Plaintiff vs. Peter Rouauette. Defendant, rt Act'-m brouu'ht In the Simerlor Court ot the ( ountv ot Kern. Stale of C«l fornia. and the Complaint filed in said Countv of Kern, in the office ot the Clerk of sal.d Superior Court, The People ot the Sfite of r-Oit'-."- nia Hond ureetine to Peter Rouauette. defendant. You are herebv r<>oiilred to appear in an. action brought u»*nlnst you *>v the, above-nanny! nlalntlff. In the Superior Court or th<* Cptmtv of Kern. Mute ot riUJtornla. nnd to nnswer tin- Comolaint flicil therein, within t.-n d;»"s (exqnshv ot the duv of service after service on vou of this Summons. IT served within said Countv: if serv.-d elsewhere, within thlrtv davg And you art- hereby notified that H vou mil to so anneai- ;md answer, tin- plain wi money or ntdument to ttcmumled in tin >*, I 1 . • ------,--, - - -. , • i|#*.«t* \IV14 411 lit* Complaint i»s arising ut.on Contract, ot \vlll_ iipplv- totlH- <'o, m fpr unv otlu-i » ft c -.. . Clerk. y eo Snuih. l)r|,my Clerk. Rowon Irwin :m,} j \\-. tornovs I'or i, a inl, at Lot Activity in No Wander—Read These Offerings, $15.00 Long Black Coats For $7.00 • There are not ninny—they a»'e sample garments sent to us from our NVw York office. They are tailored in the latest mode of smooth finished suiting, trimmed with buna/, silk embroidery. $12.00 Long Black Coats For $6.00 These are also sample <:;mm>nts—have just arrived. Material is plain mannish suiting, trimmed with silk braid. CAUTION—To avoid disappointment we would urgently advise QI'Il'K ACTION for there are not.enough of these splendid coats at $7.50 and $6.00 to supply nil who will want one when they sec-them. Then Come TOYS YS BETTER SELECT THE TO LAY THEM ASIDE FOR YO SEE OUR BIG TOY Ore ss Money U Nicely Clothing At V Tho man who wants to dress nicely at a slight expense can onsily do so—ii 1 he comes lu-rt- i'or his clothes. $15 is really a snutll aiuonnt '.» pay for clothes—particularly when they're ;i 'full fifth better than the HotninLT < ( »ld at ^-'» ('Isewhei't-. Redlick ? s $15 snils are assuredly liaudsouti , well fitting and dtiral»le. We are showing a collection of men's Pall Suits at $15 so strikingly superior to anything you ever saw for the money that every man who intends to buy a new suit owVs^it to himself to see them. Save on Fi ne Sh oes On our bargain tables will be found .some excellent values iu men's incidum weight-shoes: Thww* are broken lines in kid and calf skin, lace and blucher b style, either tnu or black. Regular $5 values. Clearing price $4.00. V TEY OUR "WALK-OVER" SHOES. THE EARLY BIRD Will certainly fare well at this j special sale of fine robes and blankets. For let us tell yon tho first choice of the offorin*r is \\vll worth coming early for. And as quantities are limited we advise you to come at once and secure the'eream of the best offering in water-proof and stable blankets it lias been our privilege to make. A. & HEBBINOTOH 1517 19th ft BERKELEY PROFESSOR WHO TAUGHT HERE 18 DEAD. A Berkeley news Item says the funeral of Professor Guy Hull Roberts of the political science department of the University of California was held this afternoon at the First Unitarian church of Berkeley at 3 o'clock. Professor Roberts died Saturday after an operation nt the Enatbay sauutoH-mn in Oakland. He will be remembered locally aft one of the professors who was In Ba- kersfleld a year ago last spring, with Truxtun Beale's university extension course. He made many friends local- Iv who will regvet to hear of his death. The I^adles Aid Society of the Kern Methodist Church will hold a meeting at 2:30 tomorrow afternoon ot the home of Mrs. Frank McCreery at which Important business will be brought up. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. You are hereby notified to lmmecU< ately trim up all trees on the side* ( walk adjacent to your property eight feet from the ground in accordance with section 24 of ordinance No. S of the City of Bakersfleld, which reads as follows: Section 24—Any person who shall In the City of Bakersfleld permit brancnori of trees or shrubs to extend within • 'sht feet from the ground over air portion of said walk or one- half of the. street next to or In front of pren 'sea owned or occupied by him, ex- "pt that portion within four feet fror-.i the curb line thereof, Is guilty (>'•" a misdemeanor. JAMES McKAMY. 95 City Marshal. COMPLETED GRADING ON THE SUNSET EXTENSION. Carney Bros., contractors on the extension of the Sunaet branch, have completed the grading under the contract on which they have been work- Ing for several months past, and the track construction is progressing rapidly. Mr. Carney is in this city today. C. A. Strelffht, the valley circula- tion man for the Call, from Fresno. is town FOR SALE ITR 3,000,000, Leading Eucalyptus Land and Timber Company, Edward C. Cribb, Pres. W. S. Thatcher, Seo'q. 123 So. Broadwnv. Los. Angeles, Cal. A Church Social.—Mrs. Maude was hostess last evening at a very enjoyable social for the benefit of St. Paul's church. Thnnkskiviu.tr Day rates will very low this year betweim stations on (his line, Tickets on sal<* Nov. 2."> nnd 2(>. Limit November :iO, !!)()». Few of ihe principal stations to wliieh rates apply. San Francisco Oakland Stockton Fresno Merced Visalia Hanford Phone or call on any Santa Agent for detail information.

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