The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 3, 1908 · Page 5
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 5

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stmas START XMAS NOW BUYI brmmng useful Jewelry America Lend Money cent per farm mprov annum property. Long terms ments unlimited, the matter details rsfield Abstract Company Basement » ^^^T ^^^f^f^Hf^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^fc^^^^* f^^^^ ^^^ *^^^^p^^* ^^^~^ i ^rtBlfc I Kern City | L Kern City E ^^^^^^^•••••^^•••H usive Styles •cv Buried Los Angeles Limit in Furs AW know tho ladies of Kern county will hi* phmstnl with A special train with Mrs. D. Burkhalter and family and the remains of D. Burkhalter left Sacramento at 10 o'clock today and will reach here some time between 8 and 9 o'clock tonight. It will stop about thirty minutes and several delegations of railroad employes nnd citizens will be at the station to meet It. The funeral will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 p. m. from the family residence in Los Angeles, 2309 Scarff Twenty ft \ t r rn 1 handsome collection of furs The Sacramento Bee, speaking of Mr. Burkhalter's demise, says: The flag at the depot and of all the departments of the shops are hanging at half-mast today. The men who worked under Mr; Burkhalter hot only esteemed him highly on account of his ability as an official, but had warm feelings of personal" friendship toward him. •. '•' v -' • He was a bluff, hearty man, who treated all Dp en alike, Among all California railroad men he" was known as "D. B." and when tiie news came this morning that hi5 long career was ended there was deep'grief among them. The Board of Trustees held a short, meeting last evening. Only Jmpor- tant business was transacted and on the suggestion of Trustee Curran ad*; journment was taken out of respect to the late Superintendent Burkhalter,' Clerk Murdock being Instructed to draw up resolutions of respect to be i spread upon the minutes of the n\eet-, ing. | Besides allowing the regular month- j ly bills the amended saloon ordinance. passed its second reading and it was • decided that the saloon limit would be, fixed at twenty. Trustee "Wfcitaker was of the opinion that they should allow as many saloong as could pay license, but a motion made by Trustee j Potts restricting the number was car tied. Styles in furs change like huts wiul dresses, anil the fashions this season are unusually attractive and itoautiful. Our assortment includes \\\\ the newest nntl most popular styles, including muffs. lways take great pleasure in showing our wearables and see these furs soon. so THE MODEL 1528 CLOAK Nineteenth Street AND SUIT HOUSE Phone Main 975 A D'HEUR, NEW MANAGER * . OF PIPE LINE HERE. A. D'Heur, the new general manager of the Associated pipe line, came up from Los Angeles this morning and left at 8:30 in his automobito to in spect his company's properties between here and Fresno and will pos- siWy continue on to Port Costa, TO GIVE SOCIAL DANCE. The P. N. Q. Association of Rebek- ahs will give a B octal dance at Kaar't Hall on Friday evening, December 4. Admission, 2K centa. Ererybody Invited. 107 •«••*••«***••• Confederate Daughters—The Fitz tough Lee chapter, United Daughteri of tho Confederacy, will meet with Mrs. H. G. Stuart In the Producer* Bank building on Friday afternoon at 2:30. Kahler Says: OYST 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 head quarters for Guaranteed Rub ber goods—At right prices. BAKERSFIELD DRUG CO. Kahler Bros, PHONE MAIN 42 Corner 19th Bti, HA.Vfc STEAM HEAT •* * •T MAIN 128: PRICES I0c, 25c, 35c, MATINEES SATURDAY, 10c, 25c. *•-- - Cunni Remain Tonight Sowing Wind EXTRA ATTRACTION—On Wednesday evening the company will make up for their various characters in full view of the audience. Curtain rises at 8 o 'clock. Singer Accused Burglary A petition for a bridge over the East Side canal at Inyo street was presented to the board and Clerk Murdock was instructed to notify the canal company to build the bridge and also to widen tbe bridge at Beale Avenue. A request from J. A. Cooper to be allowed to er^ct a corrugated roof over his-place of business on a wood A man by the name of Spencer, who has been singing the illustrated songs at the Majestic theater, was arrested last evening about 7 o'clock by Mar shal Madger and Constable Stroble fo burglarizing the theater and taking a number of moving picture films. Spencer Is accused of entering the building through the back entrance by means of a pass key some time yester- - - , . . . -... day afternoon and after helping him- en support was found to be in vioia- j Belf to all the fllTOB he wante d left tion of the ordinance and was laid (the building, taking his booty down tc over to the next meeting, the Sacramento Exchange, where he Marshal Badger presented his reg-, deposited them with the bartender ular monthly report, showing a collec- j stating that he would call for them tion of $316 for licenses for the month {later. It was not until about 6 o'clock of November. The following bills last evening that J. Case, the proprie- T I 0) Unclaimed Express ' ' • t were allowed: McCullough & Son, $7; Win. Hand, $56; Wm. Hand, $4; Wm. Hand, $11; A. Carlisle & Co., $13.95; A. H- Karp*. $12; S. Selna, $40; C. P. Badger, Shipments Wells, Fargo Co Union Labor Journal, $3.50; Union Cemetery, $15; BakeYsfield Hardware Co., $1.75; H. F. Murdock, $35; Ar- dizzl-Olceae Co., $4.20; Union Labor Journal, $3; Dan Jacomini, $2; P. T. L. Co., $200.34; Kern Plumbing Co., $60; A. W. Marlon, two months' term recorder, $20. NOTES AND PERSONALS. v Superintendent Worthinpton special today at 10 o'clock for Fresno to meet the funeral train of the hue D. Burkhnlter. Geo. Murrison Is In from Maricopa for a few days. Lloyd Adams, a dvuprist of Long Beach, is in town for n few flnys on a business trip. X Mrs. I,. \YenUs has laken n position as clerk in ArdizzI-Olcese store. Dave Hensf 1 , who h;>p been rolieviiv; Chas. Shurhan on his mull ronta tor tbe pnsi few days is Iwck to his.. position in Knar's MnrK<-r Geo. Wilson hns returned from Han ford, where he has bo*»n for the 'throe months havinsr b"en employe! as tinu 1 keeper for UK- stool laying gang MI work l>d w* i f>n Cnslion an 1 Ariuona. Mr, and Mrs. A. \V. Hamilton of Tulnre are guests at the Metvopole. Sixteen lots, south half of block 139 on E street between King and Beale, opposite Beale avenue school house. Kern. For sale at $65 a lot. Would make an ideal homo. For terms write to Charles T. Zensen, 2616 Manitou avenue, Los Angeles, California. , 127 0. A. Waldo has resigned his position in the S, P. ear department and leaves in a few days for \Vnsh. Mrs. T. F. Robertson is ill nt hei home on M street. tor of the theater, discovered his loss and he Immediately notified Marshal Badger. Had Spencer not left hi* key behind he would probably not have been suspected, but as he was the only one who had a pass key and aa rumors to the effect that Spencer was intending having; a traveling picture show, had already reached Case, he was immediately suspected. The officers finally located the films at the i Sacramento Exchange and after searching around town for Spencer found him just as he was crossing the S. P. tracks on his way up to the theater, where he was going to fill bla engagement, never thinking that he would be suspected. He was placed under arrest and as a car was just going over to Bakersfield the officers handcuffed him and put him on. He submitted quite peacefully until the car started, and then he began shriek ing, kicking and biting, and finally succeeded In kicking one of the car windows out and pushing Constable Stroble through another. He kept up his yolllnR until after he was landed in jail and it was the belief of the of fleers that be was feigning insanity in order to 11<>-ir himself of the bur glary charge. This morning Case ap- I peared before Judge Marion and swore ' to a complaint charging Spencer with burglary. Saturday Dec. 5th Will se at public auction to e highest bidder all unclaimed packages, trunks suitcases, e ding etc., from their several offices received prior to January 1908. ROY WHITE, Auctioneer at 2020 Chester Ave. Sale begins at 10 o'clock. .1. H.' Knar wr-nt to Kofi-dale on n biislnoss trip. «. van Meter (ins resigned his position as boilormuker in the S. I' Company's shops. \\ 111 Burrows and bride have re turned from Vlsalla and have taken i ekoi'pliiK ap.'irtntonts at the Bad j rooming house. Mrs. J. L. Boyd, wlio was BO badly I about a week ag<* i.s tfottJii^ nicely and wa.s able to !»«• move(' yesterday from (lie hospital to lh< i hotel. ".Mrs. \Vfn .tan*<s Is tfjafclus- > : om«' ini portant Improvements In her I wo ntor.\ house on Beale avenue and IB about to build ;i ni"d';:> n"vv iv^-m cotln- her lois iidjninin^. \V. .J. Ayers ban returned from K; 1<- imt .us visit H K'-ntnrk 1 - 1 . irora NOTICE. I hereby give notice that 1 am longer connected In any way wbatevwr with the Louvre saloon or the tna agement thereof. 107 CHARLES RUSSELU histe. on't rie o to Geo, Snider YCL Closing lt '08 out a mo reat OFFERS reductoion iip-to-<lnt< with any store is "AT 1 you iiuiy of tin- n m Prompt ometh home ment tert ESTIONS FEW Edis Phono Famou BRACE graph WATCHES Lan UNCLE EMPORIU Bakery Annett SNIDER GEORGE Street none

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