The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on November 30, 1908 · Page 4
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 4

Bakersfield, California
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Monday, November 30, 1908
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THE BAKBRSFIELD CALIFORNIAN MONDAY, .NOVEMBER 30, 1008. ANNUAL BAZAAR h-' Ladies Aid of the Pil^rnn- ''on- ..niomil Church will h"!,! MiMr annual ba/.aar on Wednesday jn.d Thin 1 ?- j day, IMT. -j and 3, in the buse.ment of. Uie fh'ir<h. corner of M tnd H«-a)e | av<: 'i' The JudJes have been working ii-iMi lor the siicce^ of the ba- raar .1: d -A!!! have a line array of an tic! 1 H • •' 'Me for Christmas gifts, on • Th' f"l!owJns Indies have charge of ffce various booths: Fancy work—Mesdamos Bruce and Pro n 10. Prmierii- —Mesdnmea Hardtson and (baffer. ^ Pan:*!-- post—Mesdames Eddy, Du port .',nd Toates. Candy—MeBrtamcs Mills and Hutch, Jui-anest 1 tea booth—Mesdames Kntidson and 1-ord. There will be a program Wednesday night, and Thursday night there will be a sacred concert, the program for •which will be announced later. WANTS OUT ON A WRIT OF HABEAS CORPUS. Attorney J, H. Dorsey this afternoon took up the habeas corpus proceedings in the Superior Court to Be- cure the release of Thomas Higgtns, •entenced by Justice Coleman of Mo Jave to servo ISO days In the county Jali. MigKlns began his sentence No. vember 7. It is alleged that the committment by the authority of which the man is imprisoned, is faulty. It states Hig- glns offense as "vagrancy, drunk and dlorderly." Under the- code, it is claimed, a prisoner cannot be charged with more thaw one offense in the committment. 8ATTERLEE WILL BE THE ASSISTANT SECRETARY. WASHINGTON, Nov. 30.—It. is understood that Herbert U aSetlrttaoi derstood that Herbert U Sattorlee of New York has been tendered the position of assistant secretary of the navy to succeed Newberry. who becomes secretary with the retirement of Victor H. Metcalf. Can't Find Location—C. A. Mairo. A busings man of San Luis Oblspo, is j here with a view to establishing horn- self In- business, but can find no suitable location. -V T' You don't any argument induce you to consid er the overcoat ques f !' t tion we If y we m V i wing y I! f an i/ ' « -^f -^tf -^ ~^^f buy it y Wf ^" ^V^H ^B *^W his y h i n m many worn coat, ^ w » MJ* m high an auto coat. on't own e coat an g .\ m imob ^^- -_ __ The fabrics a-e ,'a-k t^m. irr«y and brown eassimoivs and hard finished wor- stcds; ail Priestly .rav. nctt^l, makm- thi-m absolutely wind aud ram proa!. Call and see th» r:i. "Price! at $'2<». s-j_',Vi ( ,ml *-•">. _ . Other models !..-!•.• ,.r <<<, in famine Priestly oravenetted overcoats for rain or shim- v-;,r. in Mack unfinished worsteds, dark mixed worsteds, and fancy tweed *-f>--ts. Prices, $VJ.r>() t<> *•;«. Everv man can snit tiis own idefls at Hoohbeinier s*. *- f flour use f f - ll MM U hi ' 111 1 h *~ I ' 11) f olll'M h I I, 1 t - I \ K S -V. "W - ., -,- ..-.- •••.!• i * 1 1 4 ' \ i •• h ' f "•. •% r f i - ' S ' ' i 1 RE DECORATING AT SOWING THE WIND MOM.EY'S THEATER , AT THE UNION TONIGHT M is- Li in < in i< »i h • MM;C \' in -idi- isf 'ii" Hub- pluv ln>w i "d iind ^reen from i, vrd \vaiuseoiitinu giving !a< (1 a new iippearnti'-e. ii"\< Monday ni^M tlie v a iM-piere silver :ii-h week. Coupons KIM,( •.'. i ! ! i il'tc it* ' !i:ii n (!:ivi'"H, •• rawi o .MI in .\v IT n'irn- 1) ' -. '-uii; v ^ aiidth- t r. < Slio ( -fii;i \ n » otr.- '-if 1 .' Atrahi" 'ls Oo lM\i(-" Tiir. 'Hi .. ; M •; i;tti :, V.'! 1.L **&* MET FIT THIS EVENING. ,| T; -, '<>••< \v i M Jin >•! It' '. 'I"'!"-' M|)|( ]' t hillf :- 1 • . -' >,' I , t 1 - . I \ 11 • ' . 1 I t f. t \ > • Mi! tlie \Vili.i." ,: n»eln-.i/ fl n"li. ;ii-t~, will bi- : lit" ;ittrac: ion at on, staninu tonight and con- mi! il Kri 1.1; . 1 r is UM«' of tiie ; this jiop 1'! '.vhous* :; r<dd an t !r.^ plenty •• ..')•} d''OH ; .•;•!! lM-1 1 r"..>in : r •., .• • ' - . < i ; NOTES AND PERSONALS. ' > f o rd for the holidays and is visiting | S. F. Benson, ft member of the; with his father Celsus Brower. ! Board of Kducation, is here from his; Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Walser of ranch at Button Willow. IWalUe-s 1 Basin are visitors,here. Daniel cXunderson of Uandsburg is i j p i ucv is registered at the the session- of the So ' uthern ; " i /***^ U S. Wamplehelmer is here from i tiiDpany an<l i- hit ;;u» lid I hi> •< ' i ini' vt-r\ .\\ ThacUery left for McKUtrick this , if morning with his KisselUar, i ^ an Olile (Jotchett has gone to'Maricopa , where he will worK'for Thornton audit; V. ' ' ' I ,' .! . si.-'clal - r V. * ± t h c) Active at Woody dv !-•»•< Mon is r j l,a- I" * ti for many 'fr of i»rospectors ij,d ilM- ir.i.iintain? F ' i i'or an liuing In • active ars past. in that. u-e being Iron. i Late For ' Classification Irving K. Brower is back from Stan- The IJVMP& Aiu 01 me T-iigrtms Cou- re^ational Church in Kern will meet in'.norrow a ?tcrnocn at 2 o'clock In the tnt of the church to arrange tOBT. 0, BAtTON, Thurs cccmbcr The Popular Comedian '- .. ! the Year MANY KERN COUNTY PEOPLE trade here.. Do you? AVi» want your business because you do hotter hero than elsewhere and by proving this to you we continue to increase our business. Our stock is large and attracts the best, class of buyers. A Few Jewelry Prices— Gent's Klgiu and \Valthani watches, $;i.7f» up. Cent's Standard or New K:v watches, $2.,V> up. Ladies' and Gent's Elgin ;, •\Yaltham watches, $r>.nu up. Diamonds— You can buy at. prices to > prise you. Clocks—Shelf :' Will! clocks below our own Our Hue of ladies combs is n. up-to-date, also jewelry and <••'' prices lower than elt-ieu!!'- • (;\iitars'-$L'.50 up. Violin? f- ' up. Aeeordeons, $-.<HI up- S'''•' Cases, $1.2. r , up. Trunks, **', ,Fine RUIIS for sale and rcn 1 UNCLE IKE'S EMPORiUf Wm. H. Stanton, Prop. Phone Main 1154 1406 19ttf St., Bakersfield Mir -,. t Dr. J. S. Weiser me me f : i v 'ort Here t i J ' ' ' • • \ * • i r - • it' 11 r,i a are good. *\ i' ; ' 'i'rv soiu<>. r * . ' ) 1 it id tin- cm $1 Fred Gun ther Co. mlly Trade Solicited Store and Warerooms 1613 » bar attached, Phone Main II. 1 1 ! t r i • > - i , I I s e*. SUHidv \v ,1 1 -- \ \\'i ?:i J L ! . 1 ' h 1 . 1 i I 1 I ' -- ' i i , 1 1 1 J ' SAI. One iiuU-h use. llKj . 1101 ib ol' 11 • KiMl n'\ \1,K ..... Ku-.nii i room ''<>' ' ''••'*' 'u-;t' t>i i '•!)' in.* iitcd ; |'i pi >. a! i !iU oil' 1 '-' . hav i x Months' i!ii(iir%iit FOUND in serve • a wad v! expos-1 <*""".* ;tUl. ' i!I - L ' 1 J] [n Ki'in S:\turdav. . Own*-! ai;t v ha\ f Nov. N, .sanu 1 by (,u Mar;i:: pi .:rty. liadi'.< v aiul 105 iv v • i u 1 1. FOR JUCNT—-Tw n't-. (\\ I I . 1 ( ' . ' Ps Miul tmtb. ^ *. i > m TlOl) •• A l:.i Uindr. iirltliitii' i i'.-r- \V. \V, Hinit;'."r. — ^-. —— -'-* " - f- KOU SALK- -Irish Hi:tu-r vti«t Call at Company Ins 1 * I 1 \ i i 1! res Veslt (Jive b ' — \VAXTK1V~A f*'\v table l.oanh-rs in priyutH family; (.dose tn. full at 1GU* Seventeenth Btvoct, LtaKerBtield. 305 Us a 11'ial am 3 19th hone \ 1 .GHEKN—lu Mr. and Mrs. daughter. M, Nov. f J9, to liemurd Green, n Supwnled bv a tompanv of un- FACING usual c. includins 1 THE MU CURTAIN AT S P, M. SHARP. Eleanor Montell uda Hcndricks rlf-'i Horae» and oCr anmoor Lillian Mac Dudley Joseph Sullivan Thomas Dare Prices , 50c 75c, ?! and $1.50 on Sale Tuesday fc—*-«- *fc**', W* f-./f* .**•» M 1 . Jecem er Almost Here-—the Very Best of all — RICHARDS & PRINGLE'S amous Minstrels Emperors of Mirthdoin 40.. Prices * V P • * • 25c, BOc and 75c Seats on Sale Wednesday Optical Co., K>; Fri'stu* will !«' in Hie week euniiin sh-e.-t. M"ii, \vill stop at the X*-\v Southern Hotel. Eyes Examined Free All^Work Guaranteed * v *•* *' > PAINT YOUR HOUSE *• Hon; j e palntluK la niy special* ty. I use nothlug but the l»f*»t -V nmtfnaifc, guarantee my work f am! clwrR''? rnusoiiftblo i>r!ci'i. ** ». D. MEREDITH, Contractor * JMT/ f»» sv Pnrnc Main 17^, •j. THE W.GRINGER ASSAYING CO. \va"-i '-, l I 1 ' Is imw pivpaii'd Ui inii'K of all otvs, niotals and Ore samples hy niaif co>r ouiico. St'tui I'or free envelopes and price list. F. J. WER1NGER, Assayer and Metallurgical Chemist Woody, Cal. Near Bakertfiel

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