The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on November 24, 1908 · Page 3
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Dependable Good* at We!ll'« BUY YOUR BLANKETS AND COMFORTERS AT WEILL'S Women who are planning on buy- more blanket an comforters should by all means come here to them. For warm, coxy blankets and comforters, our assortment can't be eciuak'il'anywhere. We carry a wide range of prices, and can always satisfy you. For insttiticoi Oregon Wool Mills Blankets, $3.50—Splendid quality, nnd comes in grey. Eiderdown Comforters, $7.50—Sateen lined and very pretty. Eiderdown Comforters, $14 and $18.50—Silk limvl. very lisfht and exceedingly warm—the best in the market 1'or the if ^ * 1' money. r, O OD Phones—Dry Goods, 142 Hardware, 224. Groceries, 142 1418-1422 Nineteenth Street. THANKSGIVING ESSENTIALS arc good, well fitting, stylish clothes but nhovo all clean clothes. We can take out all spots, stains and dirt of any kind, so that your present suit will appear like a brin new one. Send us yoour best suit or your winter overcoat and yon surely will be pleased at the result. Pioneer Cleaners a*d Dyers + A. C. Jacobsen, Proprietor. Office. 161& 19th St., Phone Main 175 Work*. 129-133 20th St. Phone Main 168 THIS IS THE CAR HAVE YOU SEEN IT? -.Kg^ * J. Ji Ji.ijjw.fc** M*d*. "Thirty" It has been In preparation for five years plant could be brought to the point ot ca, would make it possible at such a price. Iment In twa m ar There Is not an ounce of unceruim> ui cM ( \ n \\ n r* because thirty borne power car at fifteen hundred and flft> ^ u ^^ CC X ch rives 5 its being . from twenty thousand other Cadillac cars *h.^ — -• .'SS&ffi %&&& t deli Live with the best of othe-io in, m»x— * --- , come and evolution of a factory equipment, and that has cost millions In the making. out factory experience Place your order now. First car load already sold. We have a few second hand bargains Cadillac, one cylinder. 1907 two cylinder Tourist. Two Cylinder Reo, with top. Two cylinder Maxwell. (Trade for horses). Bakersfield Auto Supply 19th and G St3. Tel. Main 1260 Over The Tehachapi by Daylight Daily train loaves Fresno 8:50 a. m. Arrives Los Angeles 8:35 p. m. Leaves Los Anodes 7:35 n. m. Arrives Fivsno 7:17 p, m. A DELIGHTFUL TRIP USE THIS TRAIN Southern Pacific Co* HH^H^^^^^^^^^^^^^BHH^H^^H^H^^B^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^P^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ LIVELY NEW PRELIMINARY ngley Here Tonight RACES FOR HliHi * \ Betting on the match race for four and a half fourlongs between Olosrf Dr. Srhafer, Ed Davis' Premium Hoae and Murphy's All Right, was given a Uzy Rehfi-1,1 last night secured Kid lurna, a Srm Francisco lightweight, ana tho original Kid Parker, not he of Hammam bath fame, for his prellml later telegram, received from Dlnslpy last evening, was to tho effect that the driver of the Chalmers- Detroit "Bluebird" would be in Bak- ersfleld tonight. It is supposed that Dingley will drive his cars over tho pass, as that was hia original Intention, but it Is possible that ho may ship them and come up via tho Southern Pacific, Dtngloy's presence on Thanksgiving ! day the Bluebird will go after all local records, now held by Prank Free'B Sunset, and will meet the latter ar and Ueon Shettler's Tobaaco, when the two como up from the h!ll ell Mb for Sunday's races. There Is much speculation locally to the reason for Dingley's withdraw* al from the Riverside bill climb, aa la his earlier correspondence with B§ Fussell he hail expressed hli Intention of competing in the south on Thanksgiving day. H la considered probable that his car, not being a stock machine, hut an especially conatructed racing car, was barred out because Of protests from the other entries. decided impetus last night when Pat | nary swat-fest for the Neil-Morris [day promises to make that day of al-) O'Brien bet William Glass, owner of wix-up. Hums Is a likely looking lad i most as much Interest to the lover?, of Dr. Schafer, $50 even that Premium j who has I»?en in town but a short automobile racing as the succeeding i f j Rose would heat Dr. Schafer, All tiriu Right being left out of the reckoning. Glass put. up $20 with Joe Yancey to j bind his bet, and later returned with the other $30, and with the stated Intention of betting O'Brien <100 more at the same figures. As Glass had previously been offering even money on Dr. Schafer against the field of two, this switch looked 1 good to him. Sev-j eral $10 bets were made at the pre- J vfous figure. At that, All Right Is not to be left out of the reckoning. The eeMfner won a good race, against a high class field, In -county fair week. Jockey Coleman, better known as "Speck." will be up on All Right and George Murphy, the horse's owner and trainer, counts on coming in ahead and winning the $300 stakes Twin Cylinder Motorcycles. A feature of the races Thursday j which has attracted comparatively 11U Me attention so far will be the twlu- cylimler motorcycle race, the first to be pulled off in Bakersfield. .H. MacGregor is entered from Wllkes' cy- dory and will ride the Indian. Fred i Rtopckl, of Bibles', will ride the twin R. S, Willie Hand, a racer from Los Angeles, has promised to be up with a Merkel racer. Leonard Dunn, also t of Bible's, will get in with his twin , cylinder Curtiss, if a broken part "can be secured from Los Angeles In time.' The race will be particularly Interest- hit; because It is probable that the mo- j tor bikes will be able to make even tetter time than the automobiles on the half-mite track, and all local records are likely to be smashed. That Baseball Game for Charity Parker is already well known ;i! iK'ht fans. The two will mix Sunday, when the motorists will hold Owing 1 to the fact that Sunday next; has been in a measure pre-empted fort automobile and other races at Ui<* j truck, the groat baseball game for the | Children's Shelter has been postpone-.! ' until the lIJth of December. On ac-! count of the 6th bolng Elks memorial day, the game could no' well ho played | then, and thus the iP.th is the first op- ; en date for the newspaper men. Rut the public will be the gainer by reason of the delay, for (he two teams will have all the more time to train for the tfivaf contest. An.i they nre to make the moM of it. ' Th<- r.iiiv l.-j (Jilt in force ;it eu-i'y opportunity doing stunts In the lot back o!" the office. The niiuj n.spires to accuracy In throwing jusi now and (hey .'.niier resent the fact that- Fivd (Inutile:- has p»r up li'on whuHer.s on his rear windows to protect his hot- -jr.'] goods, Wallace Morgan and Har ry Stuart, are doing some strong; batting and between times are studying ip on the 11MKS rules. At the Callfornian Manager Homer Hicks is putting his Colts through i.hler paces at every spare moment and the office language has become a queer jargon, a mixture of baseball phraseology and print shop talk. Ike Alexander will be home in a few days and will actively assist Hicks in the training stunt. Ralph Galloway of the I'nlon Labor DON 1 ! PUT IT OFF UNTIL TOMORROW. FIX YOUR ROOF TODAY If the cost worries you consult us. \\Y \\-\\\ ,-iLrrfvablv surprise fc i vmi. Attain vou <MUI <lo it so * ' MALTHOID ROOFING IS JUST WHAT YOU WANT. ('nines iu rolls, quickly cttsts so little. rl. conies in any width; Pioneer Mercantile Co Phone Main 98, GUI Ichamblin For Canghs and Colds RED SPRUCE AND WHITE PINE 1 NATURE'S BALSAM We Recommand the Use of Our Guaranteed Billy Morris, Who Fights A I Neil Thanksgiving Night conjee- weight In largely a matter of lure. To date there has been very little i betting. Though a good seat sale was reported yesterday, the fact that the j for ton rounds, or until one or the other takes the count, at 135 pounds. Neil and Morris fcoth did their last real training work today. A little light ri exercise will be taken tomorrow, and i fight is to be at catch weights IK mak- then will come the day of the fight, ling the betting bugs rather wary. It Is Neil win not weigh over 158 when ho j safe to say, that in spite of his giving jroes into the ring. Morris is likely to ! away weight, Nell will be a pronouncing ten pounds heavier, though as he ed favorite In whatever ringside gam- will not step on the scales his real bling occurs. COLD TABLETS i SPORTS OF ALL SORTS. ; The black bass fry for Kern River , and Eeuna Vi?ta Lake will arrive here f tonight according to a telegram recelv. ed last night by Alf Tlbbet. Tlbbet will leave at once for the lake with three cans of the flan, holding about 1000 each, returning about Wednesday noon. (o worry nbout that women have, but they also have I!H> women to worry about, too."— Smart A Curativ and Laxative When RED SPRUCE AND; WHITE PINE Madge—What is the object of huz IUK In college? Marjorio — 1 it's to tuacli t.h 4 r Is Take boys brutality for use In the football I Puck. Byker—I attended a success*n I pleight-of-hand performance last night. Pyker—So? Byker—Yes. I lent the Piano "Men worry more than women." "Yes; th-ey not only have everything conjurer a Journal, who is going to umpire the ; counterfeit; dollar and he gave me back game, says he will sell at least 500. a tro °' 1 tmc tickets. He declares that his umpiring alone will he worth the price of admission, but he has given it out to a few intimate I'riemlH thm lit- is about to have his life Insured for $r>iiuo In f-ivo** of the Children's Signer before T^" <lMt<» of ihe «iime. "It'll 1." !i tieU- lisb job." says (Jallowav. "to render a close decision between an Kcho ball and a Callfornian runner, or vice versa and 1 feel like I'm Hiking my life in my hands to undertake this job. But duty calls, and I'm goinw to s**t? the play through. I've ordered a uniform like the old crusaders won-, and 1 guess HI be pretty safe if I can borrow a helmet." Some of the ladies inirivsicd in the Shelter, and the men too, have sig nlfled an Intention to sell tickets, and the newspaper offices haw lUetl upon 1000 people as the minimum that will see the game. r I Tuning r ! of the Wiley B. Allen Co. will be here every thirty days. Leave order with i Haberfcldc Furniture Co. Terms reasonable. Of Drug Stores Bakersfield's Finest Pillow and Mattress Sale SEE OUR WINDOW Will Rebuild Wrecked Aut V Very Best 30 Pound Pure L Silk Floss Mattress Doll's wrecked KlsselUar. which has been lying ever sin<" i!ie accident near Castro's at Sharp'* garage, is to bo shipped to U>s Angeles to- I'lght for rebuildinK and v pairs. Al Thackery, the now Kisi-i «K' i nt. has neon taking the mutter up v, ith I^eon T. Shettler, the coast r<-pr*'sontatlve, and has finally comploLt.'d arrange- nu.'iifH for the complete r' i '>»Hdlng the car for Doll. While in the south ThacUory will alrfo secure a professional driver, probably either Bert I^atham or Harry Hunahue, to drive his own Klnsel- kur in Sunday^ ract*8 at Iludnut Park. to Bakt-r^nold Thurs- An Advance in Silk Floss Will Prevent Any Such Values in Future will rctiini ilay night. Jack Hasye bus accepted a position with H. B. Pharp, the garage man, oud will go to work Monday. > Haberfelde Furniture

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