The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on November 24, 1908 · Page 5
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 5

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Christmas Buying has Already Begun Women who wish to avoid the jrivjit rush of last day shoppers arc buying; MOW. Hnrly Christinas shopping is better. You've more tinii 1 for selections, your en- irravinij can always lie finished find yon can always be waited mi more promptly, and all in all shopping is more pleasnreablo. ' I'sei'ui and appreciative gifts present themselves here on all sides. ONLY 33 MORE DAYS TILL CHRISTMAS. American Je welry Co. SOLOMON & LAW 1420 19th St I Kern City | Railroad Man's Kern City Brakeman Loses Room Robbed Foot at Sunset \V. E. Sullivan of the snperlnten- Bralseman Clarence Turner, while c'ent's office was robbed last night of \ making a coupling on Ills train at $21. Mr. Sullivan rooms at the Call-1 Sunset about midnight last night, had fornla Club on J street and had gone j his right foot caught and very badly cut in the evening for an hour. The j crushed. He was brought to the emer- money was left In the coat -pocket of ; gency hospital where Drs. West and a suit in a far corner of the closet. " " -' Mr. Sullivan returned about 9 o'clock and found the coin missing. The room was left unlocked and the thief had cd mem- We Lend Money at 7 1-2 per cent per annum on improved farm property. Long terms—easy payments. Funds unlimited. Look into the matter further and get more details, Bakersfield Abstract Company GEO. HAY, Mgr. Chester Ave. and 19th St. Basement. easy access to the place. Mr. Sullivan has no idea as to who took his money. It was to have been sent today to the German Savings Bank in Los Angeles. ACCOUNT OF WEDDING. (Communicated.) A very pretty wedding took place at 801 P street, Kern, Sunday evening when Mias Hattle Haynes became the bride of Robert Bates, a Southern Pacific brakeman. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Knudson of the Congregational Church. After the ceremony light refreshments were served. Among those present were Rev. and Mrs. Knudson, Mr. and Mrs. Darrow, Mr. and Mrs. Pinero, Mrs. Ralph and daughter, Eva, Mrs. D. Ferguson and daughter, Maggie, Miss Mary Hau- becker, D. McDonald, 0. Callahan, Mr. Douglass. The groom was attended by his old time friend, Owen Callahan, and the bride by Miss Mary Haribecker. The couple will reside in the nice little home at 801 P street. Kellogg amputated the injured ber at the instep. | Mr. Turner was doing work train c'tity when the unfortunate accident, occurred. The engine was detached, and Mr. Turner was hurried into town. It was found necessary _to am- jivtate part of the "foot at once. The '• patient was taken to the hospital in | Los Angeles today on the noon train. | Nurse Collins was called last night I to care for Mr. Turner and will see i Offic-iTs Glenn, Doll and BilggB raid, uii opium dfn in the tenderloin Uiti iiiijiii ami ruptured lour pariakurs of Hit ii'uit-k tinuke, who were maiiMit-wuy nuudit'd to the county jail and charged with vagrancy. The lour gii vu the n sinys ol Charley Wilson, James Thompson, William Smith ana Ai'tlmr Reynolds, but It is understood that the*,.- are not their* true cognomens. Anthony Longtcn, better Known about town as 'Doughnuts,'' reported Hie limit ol a gold wuli'h last evening. i-ouiUen had been urlnking and iti a cuiLiiiaiiicin, whom ho says he can idenuiy, go through Ilia pockets, presumably In fun. Later he discovered that his watch was gone. The s,lieriff s ol'k'i- is now investigating the matter. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. You arc hereby notified to inamedl- him safely to the hospital. Mrs. Tur-, atel tnm up a ,j trees OJJ tbe 6lde _ ner and little daughter accompanied j walk ad j acent to your prope rty eight him. This morning Mr. Turner was feet from (he ground , u accor dance I resting easily and no serious results wUh secllon Z4 of ordlnance No. 8 of I are anticipated. tne city of Bakersfleld, which reads as follows: Section U— Any person who shall ID the City ot Bakersfleld permit branches ol 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 OUR THANKSGIVING OFFERING iFruit Cakes ! Ours is the hest made. As good as mothers, and better when yon think of the worry you have dispensed with. Pound C "We want you to give us an order today for tliis coke. It.'s great. Pronounced by the fa- iiKiifs pastry cooks of the city iis the best CYtT. Annett's Bakery 1627 19th St. Phone M 390 Kahler Says: Compound Syrup Eucalyptus with Muriate of Ammonia is an absolute safe and a mighty handy preparation to keep in the house. A valuable remedy for Colds, Bronchial Catarrh, Spasmodic Croup and all diseases of the air passages. "When every home in Bakersfield has a bottle of it on hand there will be a great deal less coughing. Remember that we are headquarters for Guaranteed Rubber goods—At right prices. BAKER5HELD DRUG CO. Kahler Bros, I'HONE MAIN 42 Corner 19th A I Gtf. i NOTES AND PERSONALS. Ross Francis IB in from McKittrlck visiting friends. Geelan Millinery 1329 19th Street Next to Taylor's Bargain Store Trimmed Hat Sale $8 Dress Hats $4.50 $8tp$l2ttat.s $5 5Q Stunning new styles; large find sniiiM, hand made velvet hats: also pressed satin and It.-imeline, adorned with birds. large wings and fancy feathers. The most remarkable millinery values of the season. New Iliil bats and togas of silk, sntin, silk braid and velvet, beauli- fullv 1 rimmed. Special Showing of New Arrivals Exact duplicates from New York Horse Show. Special attention given to order work and remodeling. Remember our prices are 25 per cent lower than elsewhere. of premises owned or occupied by Mrs. Fee, wife of Engineer -Fee, is quite ill in Los Angeles. I him', except that portion within four Mrs. Adam Dunlap Is 111 at the san-', feet frpm the curb line thereof, Is atorium. j guilty ol a misdemeanor. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cole of Mo-. JAMES McKAMY, jave are visiting in Kern and Bakers- 95 City Marshal, field. ~- The Southern BakerBfleld'i Loading Cuisine, Service Uiwxeetlrt THE EBELL CLUB TO A CELEBRAV. AN:''VER8ARY one of the J. Carver of the Kern Furniture j store, who has been so seriously 11), [ is now able to sit up. | Sixteen lots, south half of block i 139 on E street between King and " Beale, opposite Beale avenue school What promises to u house, Kern. For sale at $65 a lot. most delightful affairs 01 , P new year' Would make an Ideal home.. For was plnnne.1 last nl^ht, when the' terms write to Charles T. Zensen,! young ladies of the Ebell Clul aeclJed! 2616 Manitou avenue, Los Angeles, to celebrate their first anniversary California. 127 with a ball in Kaav's hall on thn 11th Engineer O. C. Shawn is at present i of February. The Club members met I doing duty at Santa Barbara. I last nlt:ht with Miss Josip Semorilej Miss Sadie Dukes will spend ] and planned the affair. Invitations; Thanksgiving In Vlsalla with her] will be issued end it is thp intention < cousin, Irene BrlggB. of the young ladies to make the affair; C. E. Huffman went to Oakland Sun. one of the swellest ever attended In: day, where he will represent the local Kern. The matter of decorating will i order of Boilermakers at a conference' receive special attention and the big; with the officials. Mr. Huffman will hull will be transformed Into a very i BAKERSFIELD OPERA HOUSE »OBT. 0. BARTON, H«n«<)fr TONI GUT be gone several days attractive place. Mr. and Mrs. T. Cross went to Los night's meeting, Angeles last night to spend Thanks- prised those present by serving a de giving with their daughter, Mrs. Malicious supper. At the close of last Miss Semorile sur- Hill. Miss Alice Francisco of IXJK Angeles will be the guest of Mrs. E. Radebaugh tbis week. Mrs. L. Bernard, mother of .lames Bernard, is very ill in Los Anstlts She had a severe stroke of paralysis but is much better now. Mr and Mrs. Bernard were called to L<is Angeles and will return today. Dr. Kellogg returned this iv.o'.-ni.r.i from a trip to Los Angeles. Mrs. Strip]', who has been very si,!; is able to lie out now. Airs. F. \V. Craig is qniio ill nl her home on Raker-street. PIER BROKE; THREW MAN INTO WATER. Mrs. O. C. Shown of Kern has received word that ber father, U. Cole of Santa Monica, was quite badly hurt recently. Mr. Cole was (in the end of an old "pleasure pier fishing when' the , piles suddenly pave away and the i structure foil into the water, carrying ; the fisherman with it. Besides being ' nurt by the timbers, Mr. Cole was I nearly "drowned. He wa.s rescued Thomas Dixon Jr.'s own Dramatisation of His Famous 'novels, "Leopard Spots" and "The Clansman." THE CLANSMAN Ensemble of 75 people. ORIGINAL PRODUCTION. Superb Effects. Staged with the Big Cave Scene and the KU KLUX CAVALRY HORSES. Direction of George H. Brennnn. , __ Prices $1-50, $1, 75c, 60c,-tmd25o i fore illy. too late and is now estin Wednesday, Nov. 25 THE^GREAT AMERICAN PLAY to Remain Tonight WANTED-A Wife Cash Prize Saturday. Nov. 28 PLANTED FLOWERS /-NO VINES AROuND CHURCH This i'ftenioon the l.ei::il H"!]>e 's of St. Barnabas chap.'!, uiuler the di- rectlon of Rev. Crabtree ant the lender, Mrs. E. Rndebiiugh. went in a bod\ from V.'.^. R-ii'eb'iup.h';-! hon;p ,T.ul planted flowers and vines aroun.l tin church lniiMi;v. A si-fat many choice plants were runt rihute.l and all «'.•••• enthusiastic In helplns to set them out. When the vines attain a go":l growth ihe church building will !"•' pent a b'Mutilu! sight. SOCIAL On acii .Mr. hVri inn nl' th was to h POSTPONED. i'int -if the si >-|oim Mii i-.i's iMctlier, ihe SMC;:;! Ki ru \V<,nv.ii'." Cln-i, ',','-• ' ei'ii he!, I at ih;i? att.-.Tin"]! In:- bet n i !: . ld t ll-. KKKX The Bon Bon for HOT DRINKS, OYSTER COCKTAILS AND CANDY T. C. COPPIN, Prop. Phone Main 257 I i i i M I ' " i * • • Me Caron 's Art Store. Cffiit, M. "31. P-^£- Fai-insrs 13x1 ono.-r. Chcs ;:-. n-iirjer Office t _L^., 'TT**-!* V C. J. r'.anz, President Arthur S. Crites, Cashier. GOOD BUSINESS STANDING Tu establish ,-i :• •(•] i'iiv.1' Standing is llie ijesH'e !•', i cry inercliiitit i'tid niii!i"i. turer. in no better «';i, v *'im 'I''- done Hum by hiiviiiL' -iro in),' an institution HKe i First Hunk ol' Kern i'--r >' depository ildd> I'.liain- streiif-'tli. Accounts, sub.jeet \« '"lie invited. i Capital *r>o,ooo.oo. Denver Restaurant 1313 19th St., Bakcrs-leld. SIX MONTHS IN CHICAGO "Evreiitifinfilly n tj H n r b i n g ilr:':i.;i."—Times. "lily dramatic hit."—Ac-ion l>;!vi.s, Sun. "Abf tii-bint;." — IJ-irns Mm;i.e, Trii.nn.-. TWO YEARS IN NEW YCRK. '?:".'•• •>?*." —NvW Vi'l'Ji He;- I.;\- iiinu .loiivnal. BRILLIANTLY CAST AND STAGED GREATEST DRAMATIC SUCCESS IN TWENTY YUARS. MOST IMPORTANT THEATRICAL EVENT OF THF REASON. Si; ; Sr.le Monday Prices 50c, 75c, $1, $1.50. X-'.'•!:• M.-i'. i.i !•:;. for .•..,;!- ;icr---lilpiiliie 1 by clH'cI; \viil be ;><•(•< ptoil ri'-\, .•.-..! '',',1' i| l:i >'i '!"i' : '•('• !\ '--I. CANT BE BEAT B. HEKRTNGTON 1517 19tb Bt. THURSDAY NOVEMBER MATINEE AND NIGHT Lincoln J. Carter's Special Production The Flaming Arrov Introducing the World's Greatest Genuinie Indian Brass Band The Extreme Limit o' Melodramatic Magnitude BIG SPECIAL CAST OF POEFI. E Maurice Pric« 25c, DOc and V5c Evening Prices 25c, 50c, 75c, and $1 Seats on Sale Tuesday.

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