The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 2, 1908 · Page 3
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 3

Bakersfield, California
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Wednesday, December 2, 1908
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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1908. Our Toy Dapartment is now in Full JSwing If you want to get the best toys for the least money, get them at Weill's, Our assortment is large, complete and includes every kind of a toy that a youngster might want to make him happy. If you're wise, you'll start Christmas toy shopping now and here. ORACIOSA OPENS LODGES NAMING I GLOBE?! NEW TERRITORY OFFICERS Phones—Dry Goods, 142 Hardware, 224. Groceries, 142 1418-1422 Nineteenth Street VOICE CULTURE MISS JANE BARBER Late of Detroit Conservatory of Music Studio Phone 338 Main Residence Main 302 CARRIERE'S SCHOOL OF MUSIC The Southern Bakersfleld's Leading Hotel Cuisine, Service Unexcelled GEELANi Millinery 1329 19th St. Visit Bakersfield's Finest Millinery Shop and see our -rrand showing of NYw York's latest models. " Our prieos LM per cent less than elsewhere. We carry an ex•optionally lar.u;o line of shapes and trimmings. We make a spe- eially (! f remodeling. Briny in your old hats or trimmin-s and have a now hat made of them. THANKSGIVING ESSENTIALS are jiood, well fitting, stylisli clothes but above all clean-clothes. We can take out all spots, stains and dirt of any kind, so that your present suit will appear like a bran new one. Send us yoour best suit or your winter overcoat and you surely will be pleased at the result. Pioneer Cleaners aud Dyers A. C. Jacobaen, Proprietor. Offlw, 1519 19th St.. Phone Main 17P Works, 129-133 20th St. Phone Mali. 168 A dispatch to the; Fresno Republican says the San Francisco Globe has changed ownership, the paper being sold to the Ocean Publishing Company of which Attorney Charles H. Wilson of San Francisco la president. Wilson was formerly a. reporter on the Los Angeles Times. President Wilson declined to make known-the names of his associates, but it is generally believed that he is acting principally for Harrison Gray j Otis of the Los Angeles Times. The new owners took charge yesterday. Wilson declared that the Calkins Syndicate had relinquished all Interest In the paper when the new owners took charge and that the Calkins people would have absolutely no interest in directing the policy of the paper. Wilson would not. discuss the P°' lc >' of the paper-except to say that efforts would he made to increase its news value. S. Frank Hogue, formerly connected with the I,oa Angeles Times, has tak- j on charge of the Globe, and It Is un- I del-stood that many changes will be i made In the personnel of the execu-1 in i live officers of the paper. Wilson as- ; | serfs that the negotiations for me ! purchase of the Globe were made with ; the Calkins Syndicate direct. I W P Calkins said that the Globe !had been sold to Wilson and that he ' was not at liberty to furnish the names of those interested with him. Calkins said that his company would havo no interest in the paper in the future. The Globe will continue to be pub- j llshed In the Calkins building In San some street, the new company having leased floor space from the syndicate. Calkins also said that the sale of the paper Included the sale of the press, linotype machines and the usual mechanical equipment needed to publish a paper. Calkins denied that the' sale of the Globe the chief paper of the syndicate, Indicated the break-up of the chain, and asseverated that the other papers would continue to be published. S\NTA ISARBAUA, Dec. l.-The 'iraciosa Oil Company has brought in well No. I:,, nnd It is believed thai it will prove to he a big producer. The now well is about a mile southwest of the pi-,.* and thus <! Well \o. ir, on the extreme south ern portion of the Harris properly, Indd by the (iraclosa Oil Company, Is now down about 1300 feet. Tlie Associated Oil Company Is meet inn with much unexpected iron bio in forcing oil through Its eicht- inch pip,> line, which extends from the iear Santa Barbara to Oil viol a. nice of 40 miles. For some •i i lie lighter oil of the western Wells a di.- lltoil' Sani tbro.i wbor. additional pumping find boat in.. "iimns were established by ", hicii u ,vas hoHove'l thi> oil could he I'nn.'.i rtttli little difficulty. Last week ilii- '"'imps wore started, nnd It was a very short, time before the big pipe was broken in two places, causing the irreat quantity of oil. lenients have been made for THIS IS THE CAR HAVE YOU SEEN IT? It has been In preparation for five years, awaiting the time when the plant could' be brought to the point of capacity and perfection which would make It possible at such a price. There Is not an ounce of uncertainty or experiment in this marvelous thirty horse power car at fifteen hundred and ftfty dollars, because It. derives Us being from twenty thousand other Cadillac cars which have preceded it. It springs Immediately into full-fledged competition with the best of others at twice and thrice the price, because It la the out come and evolution of a factory equipment, and a factory experience that has cost millions In the making. 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. (Trade 1oj horses). Two cylinder Maxwell. '• ' , ' Bakersfield Auto Supply Co. The Owls last, night named the ma jority of candidates who nre up for | election to the offices of the lodge at | the meeting next. Tuesday night. The rest of the nominations will then be •nt wells of the company, made and balloting proceed Imtnedl- volops a big territory. | ately after. Last night a number of applications for membership were received. The nominations are: President, P. C. Castro, Sam Swult- zer, Victor Colon, Paddy Stacb and Herb Baker; vice president, Hert Howard, Aurella Herrerm Billy Wll son, Tommy Love, Al Ulmmer nnd Tony Hire; Invocntor, Joe Brady; secretary. Joe Mackoy; treasurer, CSeorge La Costa; warden, Joe Brady, Ira Gor- ardat and Aurella Hcrrora; sentinel, Maria fields was pumped |.l. W. Sharer. Bert Howard, Tim Slut: the line without difficulty, but | ter.v and C. Clark; picket, Harry Smith in attempt was made to force : and Sam Webster; trustees, Sam horn tne Palmer well the iron i Sweitzer, W. J. Stach, Anrclla Ilerrc- ^ati. j ra. Herb Baker, .toe Jemene/,. Victor Colon, Louis Ballzet and Frank Clark. , Eagles Elect Tonight. , Tonight the Eagles hold their an! nual election of officers. The noml- I nations arc: i Worthy president, C. A. Newman land A. E. Hoagland; vice president, j j W. S. Renfro and Dr. Q. K Walters: worthy chaplain, A. 11. Di.xon and Fred pumping and iieaMni""station I Kabler; secretary. Cem-e Morris. U Santa Rosa rancbo, and work R - Galloway, Charles Neumeister and commenced on this Immediate Vrnn\i Roltner; treasurer. M. A. Lind is ibought that It will be nee "«'''K: ln«««lp gnardiaii, Pony Masscy; put in a pumping plant ovorv outside guardian. Louis Vlasnlk and A. C. Mason; trustees. Pete Wilson, N. R. Solomon, (.',. Poach, Fred dun- ther and C. A. Newman: gfrlcbil physicians, Dr. Kellogg, Dr. Brown, Dr. Rees and Dr. West; official musician Geo. W. Kuehn. These plants co.-t about JAPAN WANTS MORE BADLY WANTED AT CHANCE AGAIN RETURNS TO THE CHICAGO FOLD. CHICAGO, Dec. 1.—President Mm phy of the Cubs is satisfied bis insure! with Manager Chance is pa'ched tip and that the peerless leader of the world's champions will be back In Chicago to to pilot the men on their training lour to the south In the Japan. I. Legawa. director-general Of I spring. Murphy said yesterday he bad SAX FRANCISCO. Dec. 2.—With the object of Increasing the importation of crude oil from California to the Nan Bokit Oil Company, which Is capitalized at $5,ooo,nno. arrived here yesterday on the liner Tcnyo Mnru, to look into the output of the oil fields In the state. The tariff imposed by Japan on the Importation of crude oil is 20 per cent and recently, to prevent an Increase In the importation, the tariff was raised to 50 per cent. Tho company which Legawa represents and which has heard from the manager through a mutual friend and that Chance wrote of his plans for 1909 just as if nothing had happened. President Johnson of the American League announced yesterday that the price for tickets to the world's series games next year would certainly be; rut in two. He said the national com-j mission had come to the conclusion that it was not ,|uM to the fans, who had paid their good money to see I lie Hubs buttle through the regular cam- for For Caughs and Colds RED SPRUCE AND WHITE PINE NATURE'S BALSAM We Recommand the Use of Our Guaranteed COLD TABLETS A Cu.-ativ and Laxative When RED SPRUCE AND;WHITE PINE Is Take Of Drug Stores Bakersfield's Finest I \V. \V. Boss, wanted in Coallnga for I obtaining money under false pretenses, was inertcepted in his flight to the east yesterday afternoon by Constable nick Williamson at Tc- hachapl-. who took him off an overland train and placed him under arrest, The prisoner was brought to the cmm. ty jail last evening and Constable K L. Arnold arrived from the northern NO PROTECTION TO LABOR FROM THIS, i I town last night to return with Boss. After committing bis crime. Ross went to Tfanford, where he purchased a ticket for Bradford, Pennsylvania, nnd Monday evening came to Bakersfield on Santa Fe train No. C. Vaster- day mornintt be took the overland for tire east. Constable Newell, bavins been apprised of the fact that the man was wanted, notified Williamson at Tehachapi to make the arrest If Boss was on the train. WILL ESTABLISH SPORTING GOODS STORE HERE. C. A. Malno, the San I.uls Oblspo business man who has been here for a week looking for a location to es- ^ tabllsh a sporting goods house, has i secured the room adjoining Wells, Fargo, now being used for the store , of the Bakersfleld Auto Supply Com- ( pany. R. M. Sayre Is Interested with j Mr Malno and the firm will handle j fishing tackle, hunters' supplies,, guns, bicycles, baseball and football | paraphernalia and the like. Tin- new , proprietors will take possession out. delay. been In existence for only two years, foneht the raise and finally secured | pa inn. to -soak them big prices" from the government a suspension of j"> (1 series at the reason's close. ! one year on the Increase, In order to have the opportunity of demonstrating Hint (be Importation of crude oil Into _____ Japan on a large scale would be ben- j efldal to the country. | (alu ()| . ,„,,.,„.,.!,, in lhis ,„„„„,.,, ,,„. "Japan can use r>,nrin.nrio barrels of i \ Wi ;,iii, M d with ever\ indh-a crude oil n year." said Mr Legawa j tinns are. according to i through an interpreter. "We are now | immigration records to importing from tills country consider- j states will I slahli.sli' able refined oil, of which about 100,- j \ ear. nnd.000 gallons Is consumed yearly. | Kicbanl < a i iOur company has recently built i plant that has n refining capacity i 1.5tiO,Ofin barrels yearly. The Nan i Hokii Oil Company Is an adjunct of i the Toyo Klsen Kalsha. nnd wo now -have five tank steamers operating boil ween Gavlbta nnd Japanese ports. If \vi can prove to the government that j'" history, an Increased Importation of crude oil Into Japan will benefit the country, the tariff will not be raised and this will mean much for California as well." I. Neighbors, one i' Ts who has In-eii M of I immigration conditions in Kim the ^nvi'i iimoni. na\s the ste; ] agents in Knriipi' whom lie Inti | i'd confidently predicts that th two months will see the larno of Immigration to the United BIG 1 OIL MEETING IS "Perkins year." "lie has reason to lie. Hi> after his wife nnd children .d' th" pe I'm unship T'. ii'tt • next -t tide States this siiys that had been DON'T PUT IT OFF UNTIL TOMORKOW. FIX YOUR ROOF TODAY If the. cost worries you consult us. Wo will agreeably surprise you. Attain you can do it so quickly. MALTHOID ROOFING IS JUST WHAT YOU WANT. dimes in rolls, quickly ap- costs sn little, plied, ciimes in niiy width; ** Pioneer Mercantile Co Phone Main 98. GUI lohamblio M lilled there him to havi his overcoat." out with their fall wardrobes was enough left over to enable u new velvet collar put oo -Mfe. 19th and G £ts. Tel. Main 1260 DEMOCRAT CONTESTS SUPERIOR JUDGESHIP. SAN DIRC.O, Det.. 3.--W. !I. Andrews, Democratic candidate for Superior Judge, who was, according to the official canvass of the returns, defeated by W. U. Ouy by forty-seven votes, has filed a contest and asks for a recount. There Is no claim "f fraud, but the contestant claims that there were inaccuracies and Inadvertencies in the count that would «ivo him the election The certificate lias already gone to W. R. Guy nnd he will take his seat as the contest cannot possibly be decided before the first Monday In next month. "Where were ye last ni".l-'- "Sliure. Oi iillnued in'" '• swim at McCarthy's." "Ol know i' e w:ither is IM dape there, an' jugdln' from >•(< must have lilt bottom.' "There is no doulit that Sl lias the correct appreciation is expecti'd of a «'iiy l'arm«': "What, lias lie done now'.'" • "Why, lie has ju^t sun' well oil bis place In order water to his. $11 cow." < Plain Dealer. TEA There's plenty of humbug in tea; not one ounce in a ton Schilling's Best. Your grocer returni W •«•«/ U /•<• •*•'! Ik* It4 «t P»J bu> The meeting of the Independent oil ; men of the state, schertu'ed for this ! city December Iflth for the purpose of ' forming a state agency, has been post- j I poned Indefinitely. I,. P. St. Clalr, '' | president of the local agency, and \V. . j B. Robb, the secretary, returned from i I Los AngeleH this morning, where they j ' bad been for several days past in con- ( jEUllatinn with the southern agency or' ganlzers over matters pertaining to, the work in hand. j > It was found that owing to the up- i proiicb of the Christmas holidays, . many of the southern oil men, who i were very anxious to attend the meet- | , Ing, would not be able to lie present. : and rather than form the agency un-j 1 dor thus.' conditions, it was decided to ; postpone the meeting. ' I St. Clalr and Ilobb found a steady . progress being made In the organlza- • • tlon of the southern Independents. ', The work requires time as there are many small oilmen scattered over; j large territoy and the canvas lining made Is purely an Individual one. The Santa Maria organizers have been : making better progress than the Los i Angeles men, but this was to be ex- 1 pected owing to the difference In sl/.e 1 of the two places. I FRANK KELLAR RETURNS ; FROM SHOOTING TRIP. I _ ____ I Frank Keller has returned 1mm the I north, where lie viewed tin I'npl.e : Ketcllell fi^llt .111(1 o||jn\o,| a I WO weeks' huniiiiK t'i|i with Chireu.-e Her ; i'y at Willows. The two oilmen bud Mi'' 1 -- of sport siiooihi" '.;oe:.o and sev 1 oral hundred of the hi- birds fell be I'nllv -hippo I ,-i lar.v nnii'li"!' »'' Hie • Id-- llyers to the II ikorsUo 1 I rhil> ;.o i thai on their leturn with tale:-, of biu ; sliootlni:. their broliicr clubm.-'i < ould j not I'nirly place their fiir-> i - to th"ii im.-t i'i!s and 01 \ "fish She Don't you think two can live ax cheaply as one'.' He — Perhaps so; but not as happilj. —Youkeis Statesman. Ci I CLAJRUE^TPT* JE/ wn . t a substitute—no j offer ci substitute u r,.,:-i paper, their rich tobac- ii](l;vid::al ivi<>'.ithpicces have i'..(h a success that the rm-n of OYvT l-j.1,00<V:i!f) -no after effect;. 10 for lOc Sold Evurywhoro THE JOU11 BOU.MAN COMPANY

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