The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on November 28, 1908 · Page 5
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 5

Bakersfield, California
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Saturday, November 28, 1908
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SATURDAY; Have Your Christmas Engraving Done Now It's Jtief as easy now to come in and select your Christmas presents a£ it is later on—and especially those that need engraving. Von hnve a)] experienced the hurd Him- you've had In getting puwms ofigrnviv] the last few days hpfore Christmas—avoid that this year !>y buying your Christmas gifts now. You'll have more time for se- JortJons. tilt* Christmas crowd will not be here, the engravers will havo more time nnd you'll find it better all around. Our store Is brimming over with useful and appreciative Christmas gifts. FOUR WEEKS TO CHRISTMAS American Je wrelry Co SOLOMON . & LAW 1420 19th St Lend Money I -2 per cent • per annum on improved farm property. Long terms—easy payments. Funds unlimited. Looi into the matter further and get more details. Bakersfleld Abstract Company QEO. HAY, Mgr. Chester Ave. and 19th 8t Basement. HUbH SHIELDS GOES TO OAKLAND TRIBUNE. Hugh Shields, who has been with the Examiner as cartoonist for the past two years, has resigried his position there to take similar employment on the OaUland Tribune. Mr. Shields found the night work on the Examiner did not agree with him, hence the change to an evening paper. GENERAL TAFT WILL PRESIDE AT CONFERENCE. WASHINGTON, Nov. 28— General Taft has accepted the invitation to preside over nnd address the joint conference of the National Conserva tion Commission with governors of the various states In this city December 8th, an evont which will bring together thn nation's leading men in commercial, financial and political activities. The conference will be In progress four days. President Roosevelt will deliver an address the open- Ing day. James J. Hill, Andrew Carnegie, John Mitchell and many other notable men will bo present. TEMPERANCE MEN ARE INCENSED AT PASTORS. i _____ Up In Fresno the Murphys, temperance lecturers, enter complaint that they are not receiving the support, of the churches, and are even denied a church In which to hold their lecturs. In an Interview In the Republican, one of the Murphy boys severely arraigns the pastors for their attitude. JUSTICE BLACK MARRIES KERN FRENCH COUPLE. &&&&X&a^^ ayooQoe»ooa«Q<xKMXM3 Kern City f I | Kern City GEELAN i NOTES AND PERSONALS. •^ i MRS. LE CLAIRE HOSTESS * AT PLEASANT PARTY. A 1 Millinery 1329 19th Si. Charlie Anderson is about to open a billiard nnd pool room in the vacant 1 store room in the Metropole building on I street. The work of fitting it up was begun today. • Mrs. A. Montgomery la quite III at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Chas. Kaar, 552 Beale avenue, Dr. "Worthington Is attending her. , John Ripley is down from CaHente. j C. Kitchen of Fatnosn la a visitor ; in town. i Conductor Chas. Myers is confined j eo his home, 12<)0 BaUcr street, on account of illness. Sixteen lots, south half 139 on E street between l * Mrs, J. !,«• Claire entertained day aftornoun at her home on Baker street, and h.'iit as her guests the original memht i> ( ,f the Again Emhre Club. Mrs. L. j. Bopy, the organizer of the Club, mine up from Los Angeles yos-tei'iiay morning to he present nnd a very pleasant afternoon resulted, protfros.sive euchro being the diver- ^H Visit Bakersfleld's Finest Millinery Shop shn\ving of Now York's latest modi-Is. Our prices 12.") per ci*nt loss than dsinvl* Inriro line of S}I«P»N and ;-,;)<! mr s \YV curry nu Wo iMiiko u eiiilly ..f remodeling. 1'rinir in your old luits or trimmings linvc a new hat made of : I'rizos \\cro awarded the following: | Mrs. Harry Gates, first prize; Mies : Henrietta HIcUs, second prize; Mrs. , C. P. Badpor. third prize; Mrs. L. G. ! Pauly, oonsolaUon prize. Among the of block ' Invited puests were Mrs. C. P. Badger, King and I Mrs. L. .]. Bogy, Mrs. P. W. Crate, Beale, opposite Beale avenue school Mrs. R, Guilfoyle, Mrs. J, M. Guilfoyle, at $65 a lot.: Mrs. Hurry Gates, Mrs, J. L. Hartzell, home. For!Miss Henrietta Hicks. Mrs. Mills, Mrs. I ^Ad A^^^ — _ _ ^ VOICE CULTURE MISS JANE BARBER John Raymond and Miss Rose Eyraud, both residents of the Kern City French colony, were united In marriage by Justice Black In his courtroom this morning. The couple are well known in Kern and have the best wishes of their many friends. Tonight they leave for Los Angeles for a honeymoon trip, returning later and taking up their residence In Kern. house, Kern. For sale Would make an. Ideal terms write to Charles T. Zensen, 2616 Manitou avenue, Los Angeles, California. 127 Errol Claire Is expected home tomorrow morning from Visalla, where he spent Thanksgiving. Mrs, F. C. Bauer entertained the P. N. G. of the Rebekaha yesterday at her home on M street. Late of Detroit Studio Phone 338 Main onservatory usic Residence Main 302 - — — — -.f ^ w ^^ «^ ^ w -^^ ^ v ^f f ^ • ^f • m- f w r ^f v— ^ • m — r ™ W^J f f , G. R, Peckham, Mrs. L. G. Pauly, Mrs. [ R. R. Rosenberger, Mrs. M. A. Toland, Mrs. Sarnh Fisher and Miss Jeannette Fisher. CARRIERE'S SCHOOL OF MUSIC TO GIVE SOCIAL DANCE. RAILWAY ORGANIZATION ELECTS NEW OFFICERS, At the meeting of the O. R. C. last night, presided over by C. F. Rensch, Mr. and Mrs. O. Darrow and cnlm- general chairman of the general com- ren returned from Los Angeles yesfer- mlttee of adjustment for the Santa Fe I I OUR THANKSGIVING OFFERING Fruit Cakes ! Ka filer Savs: Ours is the best made. As good as mothers, and hotter when you think of the worry you have dispensed with. oun Cake "We want yon to give us nn order toclav for ~» this coke. It's great. Pronounced by the famous pastry cooks of the city its: the best ever. Annett's Bakery 1627 19th St. Phone M 390 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. BAKERSFIELD DRUG CO. Kahler Bros, PHONE MAIN 42 Corner 19th *, I day on the afternoon train. Mrs. W. Cochran is expected home Sunday from Tulare, where she has been visiting relatives for the past week. Leland Claflln arrived on the Owl last night from San Francisco and will visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Clafiin. Mrs. M. Johnston arrived on No. 107 ! sentinel; trustee?. _^H ^h ^ ' ' coast lines, an election of officers was held and the following were elected to office: D. S, Weir, chief conductor; E. Tyler, assistant chief conductor; C. P. Badger, secretary and treasurer and cipher correspondent; W. A., Brady, senior conductor; T. H. Cunning, junior conductor; C. C. Meyers, inside sentinel; A. P. Cochran, outside E. Tyler, F. S, RAILROAD ORGANIZATION & HONORS AN OFFICIAL I The committees of the Past Noble Grand Association mot at the home of Mrs. Fred Bauer on M street yesterday to make final arrangements for their social dance which the Rebekahs are planning to give December 4th. Those present were Mrs. Bob Grain, Mrs. Ada Crosland, Mrs. T. W. Helm, Mrs. F. C. Jo nee, Mrs. J. A. Hess, Mrs. W. E. Hope and Mrs. F. C. Bauer. today and will be the guest of her Houghton, W. A. Brady; delegate to daughter, Mrs. C. C. Meyers and son, A. M. Johnston, for some time. Miss Jeanette Fisher, who has been attending teachers* Institute, \vlil return to her school at Tehacjiapi Sunday afternoon. Miss Margaret Altstaetter came up from Los Angeles on the afternoon train and will visit friends and relatives for a few weeks. grand division, F. s. Honshten; alternate, D. S. Weir; Journal correspondent, C, P. Badger. KERN STARS WILL PLAY WITH DELANO NINE. The Kern Stars and the Delano I club will play tomorrow afternoon at Cuneo's Park and a* very exciting Mrs. J. Shultz Is enjoying a visit ga me is expected to result. Three from her mother, Mrs. Weldon of Los twt .eks ago Sunday the Kern hoys Angeles. j went to Delano to play and won b George Young returned on No. 7 the score of 9 to 3. this morning from Missouri, where he has been visiting his mother for the past three weeks. Mrs. R. Guilfoyle of Fresno Is visiting friends and relatives In Kern. TIM . l G. W. Johnson and bride have returned from an extended visit in Kansas. MEAT MARKET SUFFERS LOSS OF 56 CHICKENS. J. B. Estrlbou of the Metropole Market, had fifty-six chickens stolen about two o'clock this morning from his slaughter house south of town. J. Madison, the slaughter house man, hoard a commotion in tho hen houses about two o'clock and when he went to investigate he saw a man and woman get In a rig and drive off. SUNDAY IN THE CHURCHES OF KERN. Since then the Delano boys have been practicing and the Stars' are prepared to make a hard fight for the victor's honors. Following is the Kern Hne-np: Albert, Cuneo, Gordon Gillespio, Chester Gil- lospie, Gordon Hay, Chaunccy Potts, Franfc Cuneo. Harry Cooper, Herbert Sears, Don Hatfteld. I The social WILL GIVE SOCIAL. Woman's Club Is planning a ar/1 entertainment tor some time the early part of December to be given at the home of Mrs. .1. I.e Claire. There will be a short musical program, oards for those who wish to play, as well as light refreshments, and a very pleasant evening is promised to those attending. SOCIAL! To Be Given by the Congregational Boys' Club of Kern * FRIDAY EVENING • DECEMBER 4, 1908 4 Everybody invited. Come in your old clothes. Prizes given to th? best character. Basement .of Congregational Church, corner King and M streets. Kern, California. The P. N. 0. Association or aha will give a social dance at Hall on Friday evening, December Admission. 25 c*nt*. Brarjbo*? ft* vltecl. LIVERY RATES ON AND AFTER DECEMBER FIRS*. Following win be the rates at stables In Bakersfield and Kern December 1, 1908: BOARDING. Single horse, per month Two horses, per month Box Stall,, per month LIVERY RATES. Single horse, steel rimmed buggy, per day Single horse, rubber tired buggy, per cay Fifty cents extra on Sundays holidays. Pole team, per day Surrey, per day One dollar extra Sundays and days. Hacks for funerals Three-Beaters for funerals usse.8 for funerals tuft- MR 7J0 Admission - 25c F * * * .v .?• .r. *% .% •• •:• * v v v v * Preach- m. Rev HEAT STEAM NOW HAY MAIN 128 Cunningham Remain T L roub Methodist Church. Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Ing 11 n. m. and 7:30 p. Damon, pastor. St. Barnabas Episcopal Church. Sunday school, 10 a. m. Evening porvfr-o, 7:30 p, m. Pilgrim Congregational Church, Sonnon subjects tomorrow: 11 a. m.. "The Need of Love." 7:H" p. m.t "Mobilizing the Forces of the Kingdom.". A. T* Kmidson. pastor". FOR SOLID COMFORT Go to the GEANADA HOTEL Sutter and Hyde Sts. San Francisco $3.50 per day American plan. Headquarters for Bakersfield, NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. You are hereby notified to Imn ately trim up all trees on the walk adjacent to your property feot from the ground in nccor<3*»3w with section 24 of ordinance No. 8 4BC the City of Bafcersfield, which reodn as follows: Section 24—Any person who in the City of Bafcersfleld permit branches of trees or shrubs to extenft within eight feel from the grotmfc over any portion of said walk or oofr- half of the etreet next to or in frtafc of premises ownfd or orrnpled toy him, except that portion within few feet from the curb line; thoreoT. fs guilty of a misdemeanor. JAMES McKAMV. 9fi City * v Marek's Cigar Store J. F. Marek, Proprietor *.# *:* » * * « * •:• v * * * * St.. Main 908 \Yholosule and Uclall OtenrH, To! accos, Distributor for BuUorsflc'ld of nn'.l Chewing num. LOVERA, 12y 2 c Cigar AVALON, lOc HALO, 5c Cigar The Bon for HOT DRINKS, OYSTER COCKTAILS AND CANDY T. C. COPPIN, Prop. Phone Main 251 MM 1 f TO NEW YOEK THROUGH Orange Groves of South- L ern California; Cotton MORLEY'S THEATRE Masonic Temple, 2007 Chester Avenue Admission lOc o Higher Continuous Performance 7:30 to 10:30 P. M, BOX OFFICE OPEN 7:15 to 9:15 STRICTLY HIGH CLASS MOVING PICTURES AND ILLUSTRATED SONGS; FUN AND AMUSEMENT FOR EVERYBODY. CALtf Fields of Texas iaua. "Bloodstone" (special) "Celilm Bencenuto" (romance) "Alcohol" (true to nature) "A Follower of Women'* (comedy) t "Salome" (historical) "Biscuits" (comedy) SONG—"Pal of Mine" "Good EveninQ, Caroline" : FOUR AND ONE-HALF JOYOUS DAYS ON THE OCEAN TRIP. TV\•,"c/l-i v S n.irs.iiav % Entire change of Program Monday nnd Matim-e Saturday and Sunday. Coupons given every night. Nov. 23d,24-plece quadruple plate er« Bros.' set to holder of lucky coupon. C. J. Planz, President Arthur S. Crites, Cashier. ELEGANTLY EQUIPPED CHAMPIONSHIP 8TBAMER8 GOOT' BUSINESS STANDING ASV< To 1-^1 ;t ' •' .-*!; s!;tl!<!i';:; : - I It' 1 t-rv Mi' !-< p h;iiil m;ti, .'.•> T "i 1 \\'i\\ '-.'in Mi PAIC >--f ^\* '* fc Wy v '*"i; M I l ! i - ,i II . MM i i Hi I'll: I'll "' ¥ • iii'|nisit<>i'\" tuhls finaii 1 '! invited. -s, sulij«.M'l lo ^uv'^^-^V^f '^^Hv''%^SrF POLO GAME SELMA VS. BAKERSPIELD DREAMLAND RlIs'K Bream TWO GAMES HI Capital Jj60.000.00. Saturday, Nov. 28, 9 p. m. Sunday, Nov. 29, 3 p. m. 4 For Championship San Joaquin Valley L»*J Admission t5o C, F. SMITH, Manager

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