The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on November 19, 1908 · Page 5
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 5

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, November 19, 1908
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Diamonds "We tiro not content merely with <ini' standing as the l>iamond House oi! Importance. \Vc urge you to satisfy yourself by comparison of our Diamonds—their quality, their prices, with others. Our pre-eminence has been established by such critical comparison. Diamonds sent anywhere on approval. FIVE WEEKS TO CHRISTMAS. American Jewelry SOLOMON & LAW 1420 19th 8t I Kern City) NOTES AND PERSONALS. Kern City We're Lending Lots of Money on Improved farm property at the rate of 7% per cent per annum. Our funds are unlimited and we give long terms and make payments easy. If you're paying a high rate of Interest, this proposition will strike .you forcibly. Bakersfield Al . act Company GEO. HAY, Mgr. Chester Ave. and 19th St. Basement. I I * - — Marshal Badger brought Tom Oal- vln and Wm. Spooler, two drunken beggars before Judge Marlon this morning and they were ri've'i ten days In th< ronniy jail. O. J. Flaherty of McKHtrlck Is u guest at I he Metronole notel. Robert Klinbe of H'lul'or I is n Msl- tor In town. Frank Hlgglns v.'.i;; In town today MI business. Get a lot in Kern. Two thousand to pick from. Yon can't miss getting what you want. Terms easy, prices right. A. .7. Woody, 810 Baker at. tf <;. T. Humphrey mid family U-.TC In n fi-w days for Colorado in reside. W. rt. Hull of the \veol Patch returned last night after u veeU's visit in Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hay ward have returned from Los Angeles, where they went to attend the funeral of Tom Reed. You can get a lot in any part of Kern. You have 2000 to, pick from. Terms easy. Prices $35 to $3.50 A. J. Woody, 816 Baker street. tf In connection with the entertainment and dance given by the Indies of St. Joseph' Altar Society tomorrow night, Mrs. J. H. Thnyer will have charge of a lemonade and candy booth, where all kinds of flne home made candles will be found. O. L. Harris has gone to Los An- TRUSTEES HOLD A BRIEF SESSION LAST NIGHT. The board of trustees held n short session hist evening, the ptincipai business being the eonHld'r.'iitioii of the new liquor or.!'.ti:inee. * liquor Eagles Celebrate Calif ornian's Tonight Force Wants to Play Ball license was crantcd Bonne successors to E. L. Bogy. & Stone, The water question was discussed to some extent imd It was decided to sir- range for a meeting with Supt. \Vlble to see if something could not be done i to Improve the service. At their hall tonight the local j aerie of Eagles. No. 93, will celebrate j " "eighth anniversary of the found-: I Ing of tlielr ordtr In Bakersfleld. flnr- InK that time the aerie has grown from a little «ronp of fraternal good fellows to a membership of 496. which Is ;i pretty pood sized nest full. The LADIES' AID. 'The Ladles Aid of the Pilgrim Con gregational church will continue tholr rummag will coi Friday I »in- program tonight, while an 1m- i promptii one. will consist of some of jthe best musical numbers which have I ever been given locally. The program will he arranged by Prof. Newman, who will have charge of the six-piece and Saturday of this week In the basement of the First Bank of Kern, the sale beginning at !» n. m. The ladles intend holding these sales annually. SOCIAL CLUB HOLDS A PLEASANT SOCIAL. The St. Barnabas Social Club held* an Interesting meeting last evening nt the home of the president, Mrs. Will MacGregor. Rev. Crabtree was present ;ind offered a number of good suggestions. A dancing party was discussed and Christmas eve was the night decided upon which to hold the affair. No definite arrangements were made last evening but at next meet- Ing, which will be held on Wednesday next committees will probably he appointed. orchestra, after the Dances will alternate Denver Restaurant Regular Meals, 25c and up. Eastern Oysters and first- class Chinese Noodles, Chou Mean, Pineapples, Chicken, and Chop Suey. Good Service. 1313 19th St., Bakersfield. Phone Main 977 1512 Eighteenth Street. CITY FISH MARKET A. LYON, Proprietor FRESH FISH, LOBSTERS, CRABS, OYSTERS. GAME IN SEASON AND POULTRY' Prompt Delivery. WOMAN'S CLUB HAS INTERESTING MEETING. The Woman's Club met yesterday at the home of Mrs. P. Gillesple and a very pleasant afternoon resulted. Al though not the regular social meeting day there was a short impromptu pro gram and the hostess served refresh inents. Among the number on the program was a recitation by Mrs. \\il Ham Upton and reading by Mrs. Gil lesple. The next meeting of the club will be held at the home of Mrs. .las Bernard and will be a social one. Mrs Bernard will be assisted in entertain Ing by Mrs. S. V. West. German style. with musical . readings, speeches, etc., and n general Informal good time will be> indulged in between numbers. The ladles will bring the basket lunch which will be entoyed later, and there is promise of something oing all the time. Among the local artists who will be j eard this evening will be Miss Jane Jarber, of the Carrlere school of nuaic, in a vocal selection; Roy 3 athe anil Clarence Fuller in songs; he first appearance of Morley's male quartette, Miss Alice Eyraud, piano solo, and Miss Helen Ball, a reading. Visiting Eagles and their ladles are »xtended a most cordial Invitation to be present and> enjoy the celebration The Callforninns force Is organizing Itself into a baseball nine, and It wants to play ball, preferably with a nine orgaiii/.od from the force of the Echo, The Callfornian suggests that the two offices get their teams Into shape and give an exhibition of the national gamo for the benefit of tho Children's Shelter. H would be a great success both from a baseball and .financial standpoint. Ye editor Is not sure but In such a cause he might not be able to find his batting eye again, and the young blood In the office Is eager for the fray. DON'T MISS THIS. Special Sale of Ladies Hair Goods antl Hats * I 1 GRAND OPENING of Louvre Cafe., Big feed of Roast Pork and Roast j Turkey. Saturday night. Everybody welcome. Russell & Rice, Props, tf NOTICE TO'THE PUBUC. You are hereby notified to Immediately trim up all trees on the elde. oe present and> enjoy tne ceieoration ately trim up all trees on me eiue. with the local aerie members tonight, i walk adjacent to your property eight S Fiftt #../I?M tha ivwinnil In ncenrdAnce , I feet from the ground in accordance The Rcbeliahs will give a card pur- with section 24 of ordinance No. 8 of ty tonight at I. O. O. F. hall. Light; the City of Bakersfleld, which reads r>of T-iioli wi An4 n «<H1 VIA aftWoA an/4 *_!«_ _. refreshments will be served and prizes will be awarded. Admission 10 cents. All Rebekahg and Odd Fellows and friend* are cordially Invited. 95 ^ The Little Racket Stc: geles to reside. George Bnglebert, formerly a rest j dent of Kern. Is here from Mexico I on a busfcess trip. Superintendent Cone of the Edison ' Company Is a visitor in town. Mrs. Poole and daughter, Mabel, of Fernando, formerly of Kern, are visiting friends here. I E. M. Brown of McKIttrlcU Is in i town on business. >• Callente is in j Officer J. Rlpley of town. SPEED ORDINANCE HELD INVALID. LOS ANGCi.RS, Nov. 18.—Superior Judge Wilbur !v s dec! led that municipalities lu've IK*' exclusive controT of municipal affairs Mi a written de , cision today, he derlax ' the city or-1 dinance regulating spee.l > • be invalid, i Judge Wilbur points oiu .hat the, state law provides that i-lnns ii^ist be I erected alon;.; thoroughfares desisrint-1 Ing the speed limit. Attorneys for j the city admitted that this had not ! been done. The decision is the result of an appeal made by W. P. Roland, who was convicted in the police o-.t'.rt of violating the speed ordinance. Judye Wilbur held ti-e conviction was mi- warranted and reversed the decision. The city attorneys'.* contention war. thiit flnder article 2 of the constitution citiep are given the right of exclusive as follows: Section 24—Any person who shall In the City of Bakersfleld permit branches of trees or shrubs to extend within eight feet from the ground over any portion of said walk or one- ( half of the street next to or in front i of premises owned or occupied by j him, except that portion within four I feet from the curb line thereof, Is !!,'•'••• Ihey are. tVrillf pillT. Kil'lh avenue puffs, /washable rolls, a eotuplete assortment of switches, curls, and a peri'eel traiis- t'oi'iiialion, cnver'niir entire Look at these prices: Switches. *l.. r >0 to $12. j I 'i i (Vs. *4 to $">.Washable KaK 75,-. Crepe hair, '2~w per yd. Other beautiful rats, J.V and :!.">(• eaeh. These* .are NEW goods, just being opened. Everything iu this line going in the next few <lnys regardless of price. HATS Every hnt in our store will also go al n reduced price during Ihi.s sale, but must be seen to he appro- . eiiited. Stevens Leading Milliner Chester Ave guilty of a misdemeanor. JAMES McKAMY, 95 City Marshal. Jenkins—You may be sure rt*. there will never In our 'time be ut European war. Just reflect. NttatV" every one of the royal families is t»>- Uit"<i to the others. Henpecked—That's why 1 then- will be n war.—Tit-BitB. Tli« little (ioillev & f store of L. T. 'o., corner 18t.h itill and Chester avenue,_ is s addinjr new lines of 5, 10, 15' and 2~K! dry goods and notion specialties. Our latest will be the Richardson embroidery outfits, which is the most: popular embroidery line in the world. We invite the Indies to call and inspect_ a few samples, already received. Join a Richardson Club unl learn the beautiful art of embroidering. We give special nrices on many useful articles. L. 'i.. GODLSY -S CO. TURKEYS WILL BE DRESSED On Thaiiksu'iviny; <by. why not let your horse be dressed in one of our stylish up to date driving harness or street and stable blanket. i We have a complete assortment of i horse iroods and winter v^'ies. at prices that will syit you. Our best line of d.iui collars \yill surprise you for variety and price. P1GSEER HARNESS SHOP MATTSON BROS. officials went to Me- Sunset special this "People admire a man who stands on his own feet," remarked the moral-j Izer. I "Y"S," IV.ioilU-.l t'.lc .'.' illir.Y.lize.y "esi-ec'ii'lv in a i rv.vde-i e.-.:'."--CIii- .•;Vo N.-'V' : i. Try Our Pies PAINT YOUR HOUSE House palntlnv; IB my ttoecial- 'v I use notaiiip cut tne beat rrkterlalh, guarantee toy work nnd charge reasonable prices. I. D. MEREDITH. Contractor . 2V\i B 8V Pnvr.o Mnln 172. •:• •:• * •:' * * * * * * * * ' : ' * * * Hf.v to Treat a Spi ' . ?tira!ns, s\v••Hlnsw uiul la. • ' rr ' .^npt'y relieved by Cliiinii>uri:<i'- ' Inimen!. Tills liniment reduces Hi animation and soreness .-o thnt a [ira'in may be cured hi about one-third '•:<> time required by the usnn! treat- •;ent -a and T>n cent sizes for sale by :aer Tiros., Hakersfleld; Kern Drug o.. Kern. MANY KERN COUNTY PEO- P.LE trade here. Do you? We want your business because you do better here than elsewhere and by proving this to you wo continue to increase our business. Our stock is large and attracts the best class of buyers. A Few Jewelry Prices— rent's Elgin and Walths-.m watches, $".75 tin. fleet's Standard or New Era watches. $-.50 up. i.allies' and Cent's Elgin and Waltham watches, $5.On up. Diamonds— Yon tun buy nt prices to surprise you. Clocks—Shell' and wall clocks below our own cost. Our line of ladies combs is most up-to-date, also jewelry and our pi-Ices lower than c'se-.vhere. iinitars—$2.r,n up. Yielir:.- $2.50 up. Acrovd'-'i'tis, Slo'i up. Suit Cases. SM.-:~> 'iii. Trunks. $6 up. Fin" -uns I'or.snle and rent. UNCLE IKE'S EMPORIUM. Wn-.. H. Slanton, Prop. Phono Main 1154 1406 19th St., B3kersfield control in municipal affairs; nnd tha Trainmaster G. W. Croy went to the regulation oi' of i-.uiomo Los Angeles yesterday. , blb-s iind caber veakle.- 1 . c;)iiu pi-.iperl.: Superintendent Worthington and a | under this head, party of local — - - Kitt'rlclc and morning. G. R. Peckham Is acting as chief dispatcher while J. H. Sheridan is working on time card figures. Trainmaster Harry Klnch of Fres- ( no was In town yesterday. i Miss Helen Camplwll hiis retrnied ! t'rriTii a visit in Berkeley. j j T. H. Williams, traveling station , : inspector from San Francisco, was In \ I town yesterday. ! i Mr. and Jfrs. W. K. Fry have eoni \ to Mo.iave to reside. H. H. Wallace and family expect to leavo In a few days for Houston, Texas. F. P. Condon of Los Angeles hn? come to Kern to take a position as ( division accountant clerk. Mr. and Mrs. .T. H. Barrett nnd j family have returned to Kern apalp i f.fter living for the past, few months! in Sparks, Nevada. j Mrs. R. E. Hines and daughter havo , returned from Arizona, where they have been visiting for the past six weeks. Mrs. Chas. Griffith and baby of Snl- |tana are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. ! P. J. Waldron of Drury's addition. j Mr. and Mrs. .1. Cuda returned hist j nihut from a visit in Visalia and Han- ] iford. Traveling Engineer R 4 S Ooble of i Lntj Angeles is in town. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Stickiuy :••:''. "til the noo n train yesterday fr-r 'h''!r I home in Sierra Madre. ; A Bargain!! FOR SALE—Lots 23 and 24, block M. on Q street, between King and Baker streets, Kern. Price $450. .Terms if desired. $150 first payment; balance 1, ", rt years. Write to Leigh Thorn ton, n:U North Boylston Street, Los Angeles, California. The Bon Bon for . HOT DRINKS, OYSTER COCKTAILS AND CANDY T. C. COPP1N, Prop. Phone Main 257 US • I a !•<_'•• i.^lilh'd • meat THANKSGIVING ESSENTIALS nre •„'<>< >d. well rittinir. stylish clothes but nbove all clean clothes. \Ve can take out all spots, Mnins iind dirt of any kind, so that your present suit will nppenr like a bran new one. Send us yoour Ix'.st suit or your winter overcniil mid yon surely will lie pleased fit the result. Pioneer Cleaners s.;.-d Dyera A. C. Jacobsen, Proprietor. Office. IRIH 19th St.. Phone Mnln 1"R Works, 129-133 20th St. Phono Main itiS DPVHIGHT.XjLMii fruit e and \Ve n;,i!\e all hillils i'f ir!e.«, and o:'i' pound cak i'r:iit cake i'or 'l'hanksi; \vi'! lie i In- b.-st t>ai ! <>( bit;' dinner. Annett'sBakery NCT,CE TO H^CN PROVING | ^ ^ ^ hi (lie Superior ( ourt o p tl'.c Co'i'.itv ' ,-\ ivr.-L Statf of Colifoniia. li.-'-ri-i meat 1. .. , I iM.T.'i^r.Vi ;.^V^i Ml t , f. iii-'t;'"- "i .'•'• *"•:;'•. n' ' it- ^—mv^—^ rich Aiieust Cihlemeisler.^li'cra-^.l^ I'-M 'i.iti, {'••• '•,;• !leceiiil'i'r."'\ !' '''"'•', -•• H' o'clnH.- ;i T,. ,,' •.)••! ' •• . '; 'V- f'oiirtronni. nenariiiient 1 "' -; l! " ''''»ii''v' of Kern'. St-.t" of Calil ••• ula Ix'rn iinintinti'd ^" ti"' '' ' '' Phone M 390 Thanksgiving Day Thankskivinn Day rates will be verv !-r\v this year bet\vi-'ii all stations on this line. Tiekets on sale Nov. ^5 and 20. Limit November 150, HlOh. Few of the ju'ineipal stations to which rates a[>ply. San Francisco Oakland Stockton Fresno Mercscl Visalia Har.fcrd 1'hone or call on any Santa Fe Agent for detail information. Rates . ... .. . t(-i-: IP \ ' .ulnKlriitic'- v, i' 1 ! ' • I aiiii"X (i d thereisn. . , i. ' , MM.! i-'il. ' TbriK. Sri>tt M'iios Scoi;. -i .•'' Wrii'ht A: \Vrltht. Mtoni'--. •- i"' !>l ' tiener. , , , Dnied Nov. lit. A. n. l!"iv ' ' : "Pn.iiel beai'iifd the lion- ••' ' • den." stild the Sipvlay cchool .i,".l 1 ."Who iieiO'!(••! lh«- irorils'.'" ;••-•'' youni-'sic: '-niii ;i 'v.t r scs't.-- 1'. ' phla Rectrd. -~* - I ; BAKEESFIELD PIANO CONDITIONS. Big Shipment — Another lar^ shipment oj' line pianos hit-- ,i ! ^' ; liceii received by Sheiiiiiin ' 1;i y ^ :''". HI Ihi'i: 1 e.\eli.siv<- > '"'• •'. 1 ^-'.'M \\. -.'.rec-l. fiilint; til-- •••!• ' house iigiiin to its utmost enp;H;ity, -••o niiini-riius have lie-jj theh' -. '• * . ihat within the hist three ni'itlt ''it has been necessary to brine: in .-'•vend till'U'' sl:i|'ii:t-lit-: "i ^' ! '!kit,,i. ! Tliis spoiks weli for l'.;i!:- /-ti 1 i'l in the I'inno liiu- and also indicate-. a general healtliy h!t>ii!ess eund;- lion. " WE NOW HA.Vt STEAM HEAT THEATRE MAIN 128—: ^, 'V-^JCT, |,- r <T ICc, 25c, 35c, 50c K^;, t-f •MZ&iwl* MATINEES SATURDAY, 10c, 25c. ;t;jF/^:|,f C. J. i'linz, President Arthur S. Crltes, Caohier. GOOD BUSINESS STANDING TII <•,!;.»<IN:: ;: •_ ''(td b,|!'-*.s siatid;uv' '•• t m* • i' /- ii'" ' t '''•'• i-ry mi'! i<is:.!it MH! m;Mii ; . ;'•- ( .ll'e! 1 . I,; i:, >'•;.',:•. r \ i;. i-a: : ;!' • '"' don" tli;i:i i'V li.-iv i:i_ -.'I'.iti'-t bcnkin-j i-iili!." ••'. :"!is. ! fi; V- illL 1 ' (Hi •!i'~t ! l ! :i i 1 "! !;!.-' ' ll" ! :.-.t i'v !-: . !' K""i: '' ' \ our ,•: .ii^iicil' 1 .' ii' 1 ''- 'i'',.!,ei;d Cunningham Go. to Remain Tonight A Runaway Match Cash Prize Saturday. Nov. 21

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