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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIA*! WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1908. the Bakmfkid CaliTornian iMued Kvpry Evening but Sundays at B,"kersfiebi, Kern County, California. City and County Official Paper Wednesday, Dec. 2 DEAR TOM:Gruenhagen's candy. At Meroeny KntereHl In Postoftlce nt Baker-flehi, " " mci uo "y °- cai.. ns Second-class Mail Matter. The best and the *0 cf-nts a month; $5 a Year in Advance ALFRED HARRELL, Editor and Prop. Telephone Main 31 most dGliclous candy on Hariri. Try It tonight. BILL WKDNKSDAY, DEC. •_'. 1!M)>. THE~DAiLY SENSATION^ The tniu'ic death of Chief Mijrsr adds another diMptcr to the story ' AT ROSEDALE Rose- , . nil!l! , j basis of calculation, (lie deficit for tho present fiscal year probably will be from $1I2.ofi0/.md to $115/1011,ouo. Customs receipts received inst month aggregated nearly $L'::,OnO,000, as of the »,ral'i prosvention, u stor'v "f, a '" s ! ^z.wn.tm i,,r November, _.i.;, i, T i -, i -.. i ! 1907, Ihe first of the panic niont.hs. Which, hn.l H been written hy n | ,„„.,.„„, rovf ,,,,, r , „,',„ .„„„.„ n ga|n romancer, would nnve been dcoin-lnf nbont $2,r,on,oon. Miscellaneous 0(1 nil illl[)robnble (ale, Whether ! receipts f ( .]l dff about $l,l'm.OfiO. Biggy tnoU his o\vn life or was the I — -»—*-• victim of mi accident will prob- i ably never be known, but in either CVeilt, lie was so closely con- ! nectcd with the sensational events of tho past two years, thai his! death will ho counted a part «\''• thf iff'TH'wl story. I And what a chapter of -,. nvi j tion.s it has been. Knef (l !id Schiiutx. indicted and convicted the itiusl |ii'oiii!iicn1 inen nl 1 >,.M lie oflrials. (I,,, ennfe-'siui! ,V •' boodl III'! hoard, t l|i- ;i jijn'1 :; ' • , • . SUpl'i i||. court i|i' h'eed l<;d,>:.;,!'!'..!• o dynaini' Ot' lite i i jury i-i -ti tion "i' trial • f ei|>ai>. I Kiiie'i ;.• nit-! " --.- hilt I;!-' ; pow-r-. 1) i i) 11: Ol's !•••-, hnve a, 1 ! J. B* Berges & Company Wholsale Dealers in Wines, Liquors And Cigars The cream of all gooiU served in sample room. Quotations and samples sent on application Phone ItTain 237 1623 Nineteenth Street -=i=. Corbett Here Masquerade Thursday Night at Dreamland i;f)Si:i).\t.i: \> • . \,-- AI i ' .-' liniil hen.- c ' ill r't'iday •e I'll, an i ;.'' i t,-,iniii' i i v 111 !.!• •. i v. la aid r.r ' : • ('n i^p-national .lartieri .1. fini'M in "Facing tho Musle" I- e\< m:-.ifi< d in one word, "succor." ain! i' '>•.;!> most frowning • I Chicago where the ! t! vi • montri? in each :. ' : i,-"r nightly. 1 '" '•>•• one of the fun• -: •• <!-,- this peason, • y '''.\l.- organisation .',- :;!-,< Oil. A critic '•.• , •': • -.f "Facing the • '.ho attended IhO In N< v.- Y'- " •••veil I IK* next their will •la.'.- at ilie Dreamland "tni.-es an enjoyable time ••.ml. ! "• - .I'vai'ded as follows: | ; ':,,!>• ' iKiracterrdhirff , • -' •: : ,'. •i •] i hararter cos- | ; :. :i;l"irian's best sus-• •• r ' .".!Mi:-,e, one pair \ : i'nnnipst lady's j i.\ / , JT.' ^ !W-..w^ '•-•,.._ i -^«-,- A :r.,.; . A GOOD HORSE GOLDEN WEST HOTEL THE LANDMARK OF SAN FRANCISCO—NOW OPEN Cor. Powell and Ellis Streets FRED P. PLAGEMANN, Prop. New building. Mo'dern in every respect. 150 rooms. Opposite Railroad and Steamship offices. Especially convenient for commercial travelers. IN THE HEART OF THE CITY Free bus meets; all trains and boats. Talse Market St. cars or Fourth and Kills car to hotel. Entrance on Powell St. :' pe ' j 11::.: -it U:d' " I'ijo'i Mi' a '•• .trim s J. Cor • 'I!: ,'-;fi-:b " i 'it'll : : ';' I 1 '.* i•.' f ::;•'-•; •'.' Mr. Co" .1 T. n • ••!. ; of clears. , i will be n ; 1 ••;:-'-.-- : 1.-, lined i ,' • '.'actions ! '' . :' tr tho i i • II: I -a i.i ,!,.,.I.-..;...; <he Ii"':. • HE HAS A JOB. Daniel .1. Kl i ':• ll.-;-. il > (orii't y i : Oiorl ;!!!'! ! :!!i,.' ine. and iii'1-.l ; !•.,] ."• - ntolll b ;i'_!n hi 1 - Hall"- v :; headline-; in all the |.. • •• was the president ,,r > ; shofelliell '-i I Ml" '. ;• : •' nwny frmu I lie "i !i'-r >:< I ers \\-ho wen- -.:ipj"ir; n,'. llC ami'iHlH-ed Illlll-elt' I Then n n-.t ': ',] I 1 ' \l .-illt'.day. The Ladies Ab! i'f ll • ('(, !•;;-, -'i '• '!; ;'•• b i • '•! -i ;-i'i ;.:] ( \ c'lini ri-bool bo'l -" ';i.-!. Till .•••lav e : : •' ' r • 'I-. ..! r,„...!,. v..'v • ' : v^. •I- 1 .:- 'Di I < v< 'i i lit: -,v :i ••. ? pftl t •i-:, i-ulie: ,,:' si .1,,!,:;•..; i;-.,\l\ will 'I' 1 -'-' 1 ecinpm,y in'.-.n •:.;•..• .1 n .i.- i : 1 . w !;iti!.: al Ihu home ' prodii'-tton ;aid ;.11 .: I.'- M:-. ami .Vr-i. i 1 i rl.ani'h Krlday. ;''j''•"• wiil '"' al lll "' ; . lii'i II Vi •. 1,'ri!!!."!!.-- and '.ii:K I'H;- < '" ] ''-n 1 ' i' '.'. e\ i.-iLii-r. neii ui'l iiase clii'i-r nr the at-rant-e Ccrning Scon. nieni'-.. Alii'itt f'irly i'i \ilations ar : •< , -M->!S i!" net appeal tn me class . '•'< I." i -.ii'-il and a pleasant evening ' (1| |(, aVM'i;"' 1 ]-^ 'ilnn". >)'ir ?o them (ill |v antbipatid. The Cniid will meet at | ll:m ( ,., ,„,;, m ,t i-atins nrciiln of tho 'he bun:" nl 1 Mr:;, I larhruiu'h next, pallerv t t , ibe cvi-ninK dres« aristocrat ' W'i'n , day ai 1 riuma \vlieii Uie com- ,,(• \ ] u , 1,0x1-1. Nn, indeed, f-veryone in^ ti\n;iraie wi,i t.e iliscus>-ed. ]•].,, ? 1))(1 minstre!=, for (hire is some- Tin. Hoseda!" penpbi an: liei on.iiu: ,i,j, :l r so natural iind spontancotl.s :ii'e interested in T;m Day and hope a !, nu i their inn thai i' is s-irnply irre- ii 'li 4 -!,!!-! oi a ninr.lier ot' tai;H. At ^ioiidn ' ,i i ntie fru- carh person. , •[•!,,. ; ,,.| <m iw!'-di:oir lea.iers in Hie i-hulr nl 1 tlie Criiij;i-cK:ition.il ' n^nstre| Held, Richard* &. Princl'/? I, - ;': ".:;•. i! - that thf ;;.ii!"is <\, v :,; ]ihu f- the name r.; 1 .!• s- ei ' ..-.I,on for npralJfr of tho rix- !•' • . ML-'.-' «-. T'.iey stale that ! [i : , A , r- risnre the re-election of; ' • r\ ' I ; .. i 'alive :\:ann admitted to' it iiad received nneipiivocril :; -.; from more than a majority i Republican;; of tbe house say- in:: that thoy would support Cannon, number" has not ytt reached a " r l< ' ; " 1 '""'''''i,:).'" !'''. V aN. f,,, . ),„;,,„(:;. 1 '.- Tal't •;;:>. ,, la:, ,'. eh.-ir-ed The I'i dro Club will ihnt Ki-'fe h.i-l tieeii |.roinisr d a place iindi-i' tit'- 'j"\'Tium-nt. and speeiliea t imi-s ,>.- tn the p :nb were given. At, once arn-.i- denials and epithets. Knu:i t!i'- White Hi.use to'ainl .'l^'i her nephew. lie e I'M (i i "e ^ 11 ;,; i ei;a n a ... •..... ..,,1 (u. il ]{ '( nn n 1 * A.- !'r'n <v! ' * , -»» i ; „ . i iii:tiMi'i in m, u.iii.inih iv i i.H-.. ......,.,i»v of thp house Mann explain;: M -', i ;,,:." l ,' { !u v :. i ;, ! ,,. i:l v;..;;!,' l . 1 'l^ m ^^. **"i!™ru,^ mis.,,in. :::.<•, Re- Tn , lrs ,| a y evening. ' vestiga't'e the subject'more thor'on-rhly " (1 ' ''"«''""' V '" " l -""" " as "' '"' ; - U(1 '" " !Hr favnr; I be?, r,• n-plvlni; in a way that might ,i,ey are too w, 1! ! t.own to re M u,ro j ,,, .;;.,, n pl ,,,, Rr . u is aa id that ,-ill meet with Miss ...,..„,,. ( UK ;• Snfllcient to nay that i ( '|_ , ( !n ,,,,,i,,. r o f the hnn=e has ro- v • :• "n a' lae i.i.iue of Mrs. Knight at ,, v ( . illTV forty people, and are pre-| ' • • nnnn^P thp rp-olec- IJIn l:,-avo Saturday, Dec. 3. 'senting n prouram entirely new and ; P"^ h ^ «c> •Rill oppose the re eler Born-Krhlay Nov. 20, to Mr. and • ,,„, O f novelties. No old time worn ^.^ ,„ graduany shlftlng from Mrs. Clarence I.owe, a son. lnoss Krow n elu stunts tolerated, it s a th .%.„...,.,.,.«,,,,„ to the nronosal to Mrs. Wi-lgunil is etitertainins her ,, ran n ,, w show . fr .. s h and clean from ' h ' '* ';'''•; '^ ' t ' he h(1P ,[ seP TllP re si:',-,-. Miss lleimfnr.h ,,f Michi fi nn, I tan to n , lish . Th( , ro are twelve com- »n,enrt ho "'«o/he house. Thor _ •- ^ i - -is inui'h out of i .. n a ;>;ir!'ir. (In r' • •, \\ 'dl set nlT lh(' , i," av.iual for Vl.^ht • :'••,- dr. in. dil. -\voi'k ' ;;' AV- : '. , '• ''I littill 1 .: j n, |i. • .'•!:.•:,. Its, -HEB HARNKC15 oTTO F MATT SON EH OS. E. K. LOVELAND W ! r.k s -'6' Produce Merchant GEKTLE HOP' : - r "S. ahva;-'.-; have 0:1 lia.nd safe ntle 1 Mrs"s that Indies can Von wiii find evi-rylhin!-? -*: N HIV. Ci-aiii. Potatoes, Beans, --:-;a,nl e . :; .-'- ; , % . al ."'. 'i 1 /"'"I '; ro . ;!l ; ct ; ; -, . *j drive. ..._..,..,.,......,..,........,. v ...... v ... J ^, ( ; ( ,|. ,,,,,[ s p ; n jilioill our staliles, firsts '.MJ'M! animals, and car- I'iaues, cans, surreys, etc, etc., in £0f)d runnine; ni'di-r all Iin 1 time. W. T. RATLIFF Cor 21st and C Sts Tel. Main 88 PAINT YOUR HOUSE ilnnse painting Is my F;pecialtv. I use niitliitu: but the best, niato- rial-i, nuaranteo my vorl; and cliaitie reasonable prices. . . I. D. MEREDITH, Contractor 2117 B St. Phone Main 172 *:• •:• •:< •:• •:• •> * * * * * * * <• •:• •:• * Detroit Kosedab- is experiencing a boom of .'dianswith real reputation, the ontlnRont embrac'es twenty was ' iK """• ^ ; ' Weller, our popular; vo [' rPSi carefully trained for the mln- '."!) store Keeper, will «" into hl.s fine new : s irel s'tat;e, and a sextette ofdancers nelinie next. week. are Indications that the speaker may not offer much opposition to some asserted that Uie e|;af. '•' I ' SI '- „ .Mali.-i'.usly laise. '.(ore soinei line nexl, week. ' whose HUe yon have never seen be- , Seems a l.nniii.ir tenii: anyway 1 >tr, and Mrs. Rees of l,os Angeles f or cvi-ryliddy de-i ..j the vporl andjiavi' limu'lit the old Crusoe place. The There is a band "f twenty solo ran-j IS it was pointed ,. ii that hen was i people of Uoscdalc are pleased to Kil .j :ms under the leadership of Fred | • i ..peat labor :. ,'r-r \\'in seeiti" 'have .Mr. Kee^, 1 family with them. Ipmpson, and the manat-'ement, throws amendments at least. the riulit. fin red '• M,. jt, tl|nl|e|| I illllli'l'IV ,,' d ,|| j ; |l, said no. I'.Ht How the Votes :>!-.• bai eolltlled liel'ol-e Koefe has Ills fe ! ward a fa' .i"!' iMii'-^ioiier | ,,,. 'al of :t:mii'.:rat in'i. I,mil;- 1 j .,. \V. T. Closi- of HaKerstleld will ,) own the yauntlet to any minstrel in ove ei:!o ibeir ranch on section 23 ,(,,, w( i r ],i 10 produce their C(|ual. Tiiere will he a parade at noon, and 'a concert in front of the theater at iVSrERS. 7;;',u o'< lock In the evening. ;i the mar fu'n.v. v ' PEAL F.CTATC v .., ifeiii'cn K ITHE JOHNSON cf TO OP'RATF. AT SUNSET. . ..... i.... i,, .... COFFEE blc, it ought to be kept in tight packages, FOR SALE EUCALYPTUS TUBES ' 3,000,000, Leading Varieties KtK'alyptns Land and Timher ('..mpaiiy. Kdward ('. C'rilih, Pres. \V. S. Thatcher, Sec,',!. 123 So. I'.n.adwav, [,os Angeles, Cal. Denver Restaurant Regular Meals, 25c and tip. Eastern Oysters and first- class Chinese Noodles, Chou ^fean. Pineapples, Chicken, and Chop Suey. Good Service. 1313 19th St., Bakersfield. Capital Paid Up, $100,000 Surplus, $25,000 not exposed to air. Your grocer re*turns your money if you don't like Schilling's Dest; we pay him \. ,i ii, f'..-.i ;.'. •'..,|-1 tie if I-;-' I. ':,..-. e A --"i-" - ! " ' him on pe. • i,i . .. Colored •-!'.•' • i • Hint iin n i " ; > students may >., .} on I he eollej. i all li'.dils iiui-,! o'clock. The id. dean nevr > .u Sill' 1 is old He'.' . would never i>av, I, i I ' !! • retire '•,•! \', 1 ei n^HMMii'-iit ,;nd a treaty wi'l abl.V be l! :•.--!:.-d . tit wlir sennte I'otr. - • \v.- h . \ e one of Ihe ' '' ' -A ;': .1 a).an t'Xrrllliv' 1 ' some si'iiai' • • . . view. •4- «• <GOVERNMENT IS DAILY SHOWIN-. •. or THOSE INTERESTED IN ORANGE CULTURE I'llllll) l.'Jiri) Sdlllet Ilile. |,y vi ithi'j- Hie oraiiee ,..]•"'.-.•* 'I'iilare I'.iiinty. ;ii.'> . ••!.Iy the TULARE COUNTY CITRUS FAIR \vhi.-!i is ito\v ! - H the tuWll oi' KM-I ;• • '.-\ -A-e, the lust day licit;.' •-.-.' i'-il-, the "'ill "i I ).'i-"llii" i- T .- ', leu vi 1 Kern e\. '• ' : ,. I, ji early, retiirniii'.. at - .1 Kai'eS I'eillH'eil. i c i T. \V \S!IIN(;THN. pe, ill" i,:ii\-i'rnmeni reci-lpt to-;)-, internal r 'venii" a;: i sou 1 ,-'i s continue in shu'v '.'.",< incn rises over la ! yonr, (If 1 in r •;-;, .\ j In oxpenilltiiroB arc materially j;.at-; K. ' j For the month of No-. .-Mtiie:-. i'"-x, the receipts were %-\^ • 'i2,i;;ni a;l against $'15,r^!t.3t'r, for November lust yelll', an Increase of I'J.ri'Mi.H'Mi. The expemlitui'i-.-; for tne innnih are shown ti) have aK!,Top;ated i. r i7,!i:;S,lS3, ae against |42,3t;2,208 for November, 1907. an increase of 116,600,000. Taking tho last geron months as a MORLEY'S THEATRE Masonic Temple, 2007 Chester Avenue Admission lOc No Hifjhor Continuous Performance 7:30 to 10:3d p, M. BOX OFFICE GPITN 7:15 to 9:15 STRICTLY HIGH CLASS MOVING PICTURES AND ILL'. STHATLO SONGS; FUN AND AMUSEMENT FOR EVERYBODY, A Negro in Paris (comedy) Hurry Up Please (Comedy; His Own Son (cpeci.i!) The Shoemaker (comedy) Crazed by Je.il-:i:oy i.clrann) An Awijul Shock uoi-'criy) SONGS—"When tl-'j BirJs Go North Atiain" "Dear Old Dixie" of I'rn^ram Mon<iny ami Tliursiliiy :ii-»lit.s. Saturday nnd Sunday. Coupons given every night. Nov. 23d,24-plece quadruple plate Rogers Bros.' set to holder of lucky coupon. TRAINS LEAVE Li-?. BAKERSFIELD S [.eave for ! A.M. | KM. Ant!oeh"~7r7r.: ' "f-jt'i" NiL'ii 7:HO Ilerkeley . . .i 7:S. r i 8:20 CliirriKO '7:30 (1:00 '•iitcoi-an .. . .! 7:55 S:20 D.-nvt-r ' 7:,'10 'j:00 J'.esaio 7:55 S:20 '. -uul Canyon 7 : 30 9:00 ilitiford 7:">n 8:20 Kansas Cit\. 7:i!o 0:00 MI Kicliinoiid .. . 7:."." S:20 I 7:1 SanKraiiclseo 7:55 S:l'0 i 7:: Searchlight .' 7::',0 i Ktc.cliton .... 7:55 S:1'0 ! 7:: Ttllar-e : |7;; Yof.einitr 1'or 'b-ta b'tnil inforniation [ilinne call on N. J. HUDSON, Agent. A checking account with the First National Bank has so many advantages that you will find it a great aid In your financial affairs. If you have not already such an account with us we shall be pleased to have you open one and test it tor yourself. ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN BAKERSFIELD OR KERN Corner 19th and H Streets. [PAYNE & SON Funeral Directors Embalmers AMbULAGNE Phone Answered Day or Night. AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE J. Ii. Jones C~.r''r''> '• olc ! Bakersfit :,l C -IMC Main I ;?. Phone M .in 977 t:>12 Eiyhtcenth Street. CITY FISH MA RKET A. LYON, Proprietor FRESH FISH, LOBSTERS, CRABS, OYSTERS. GAME IN SEASON AND POULTRY Prompt Delivery. Piano Tuning of I'M \Viley I! ,\u,. n co. will be here e\e-•. th'iiy iiitys. Leave order with II M I i-riel'ic Kiirniiiiro Co. A Bargain!! FOR SALE—Lots 23 and 21, block 39, on Q tercet, betwoen KlnK nnd HaUer stroetH, Kern. Price $450. .Terms if dosired, $150 fit-tit payment; bahinfe 1, 2, ;! yonrs. Write to Lolgii Thornton, r>3l North Iloyl.ston Street, l.os Angeles, California. HO!EL 6RULE STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS. $1 PER DAY AND UP 670 Eddy, bet. Polk and Larkln SAN FRANCISCO Headquarter* for Bakersflel people. OLD KKLIABLE Painters 8NYTJER & JACKSON Painting in all branches. Interior Decorations a Bpe- cialty. CARRIAGE PAINTINO BIONS Phone Main 1138 1687 Wall 8t •ak*rafl«ld, Gal.

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