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

Bakersfield, California
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Saturday, December 5, 1908
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r- THE BAKBRSPIELD CALIFORNIAN SATURDAY. DECEMBER 5, 1008. Our Dapartment now in Full .Swing If you want to get the best toys for the least money, get them at Weld'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. Phones—Dry Goods, 142 Hardware, 224. Groceries, 142 1418-1422 Nineteenth Street. VOICE CULTURE MISS JANE BARBER Detroit Conservatory Studio Phone 338 Main US1C Residence Main 302 CARRIERE'S SCHOOL OF MUSIC South Baker afield'8 Leading Hotel Cultlne, Service Unvxcetlod FIND OUT TOE YOURSELF il' you have any doubts ahoul t superiority of our process of dvc- . l i or cleaning Ity testing it CHI an old suit oi' clothing, a delicate evening yowii or waist, or anything thai has }>ecoine soiled or faded in the wearing. We also yive genuine satisfaction in the beauty and thoroughness o!' o:u "work, and*ni Die moderateness of our charges. Pioneer Cleaners &ud Dyers A. C. Jacobsen, Proprietor. Office. 1619 19th St.. Phone Main 1" Workfl, 129-133 20th St. Phone Msiu 168 THIS IS THE CAR HAVE YOU SEEN IT? U 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 ut auoh a price. There is not an ounce of uncertainty or experiment in this marvelous thirty horse power car at fifteen hundred and fifty dollars, because It derives Us being from twenty thousand other Cadillac cars which have preceded It. It springs immediately into fnll-lledged competition with the best of others at twice and thrice the price, because it is the outcome and evolution of a factory iKiuinment, ami u factory experience that hut* coat 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 for horses). Two cylinder Maxwell. Bakersfield Auto Supply Co. ELKS LODGE OF SORROW AT OPERA HOUSE SUN DAI Pursuant to the custom of the order, the Bakerafleld lodge of Elks will « hold their Lodge of Sorrow in honor of the departed members at the Bak- ersfleld Opera House tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. No cards of invitation have been issued this year and the exercises are open to the public, the only request of the lodge being that children under 12 years of age be n«»t brought The doors of the opera house will be open at 1:4 5. in the meantime the members of the order will meet in their lodge room, and will march in a hotly to the opera house. The program for this year is afl exceptionally fine one. Hon. Frank Devlin will be the orator of the day, Rev. D. M. Crabtree will be the eulogist and B, A. Hayden will recite "Thanatopsis." The musical program will be especially good this year. The names of the members of lodge 266 who have died during the year are For "Ailld Lang Syne." Invocation Rev. D. M. Crabtrce Choral, "Praise Ye the Father" (Gounod) Mixed Quartette and Orchestra Males; E. C. Wilson, Clarence Fuller, Robert Smith, Roy Pathe. Females: Miss Jane Barber, Mrs. Clarence Wilson, Mrs. J. H. Harding, Mrs. O, L. Gotchett. General Eulogy.. .Rev. D. M. Crabtree Largo (Handei) ..Orchestra Vocal Solo, "Beyond tbe Qatea of Paradise" (Neal and King) Misa Jane Barber ThanalopMs (Bryant). .33. A. Hayden Selection, "Parsifal" (introducing Maroh of the Knights of the Holy Grail) (Wagner) Orchestra Oration Hon. Frank ft. Devlin Selected Music Orchestra Closing Oremontos The Lodge Closing Ode Congregation and Orchestra J. L. DepauH, James Goodwin, T. H.^ BonoilloUon Rev. D M. Cratitroe Fogarty and A. O. Farrell. M. H. Wan- Priests' Maroh (Mendelssohn) HOLUDAY SUGGESTIONS We nrf displaying in our window on old tvory chocolate sot, <vmsisrlng of one Chocolate Pol, nix C'ips iind Saucers, six l^-s.-rt. PUues, Ku^ur und 0 rca m e r. To be given away to the lady selling the most tags on Tag Day. * GOOD THINGS TO EAT AND PINE CHINA We carry th<* finest Mno of Imported Roods to ho found hi Uio Valley, Imported Figs in baskets. Stuffed Dates and Figs in boxes an1 glass. Green Olives in bottles. California Waco Fruits. IMnard Prunes in Olaaa. Shelled Almonds. Lowney'a Chocolates in fancy boxes. Heiu-h Nut Pro- Herves. Heinze's Mince Meat in Stone crocks and bu.H. Remember wo are sole asf^nts for National Crest Coffer*. A visit to our store will convince you of the superior imilitv Roods and method of 'Joins htisinrss. Our stock of Havtlund ami Hand Tainted China is c miploic. People who have called at our past week wore amazed at our beautiful display of Havllnwl Hand China, Cut Glass, Brasses, Carving Sets, Steins, and artic«c.s in which appeal to Christmas shoppers, of our In, BAKERSPIELD GROCERY CO. Tel Main 186 1715-17 Nineteenth Street. genheim and J. J. Anderson, members of lodges elsewhere, will also be included in the eulogy. The program In full will be aa follows: Processional, "Funeral March" ..-.. , (Chopin) Opening Ceremonies ... •. The Lodge Opening Ode (air "Auld Lang Syne) Congregation and Orchestra Great Ruler of the Universe AH seeing and benign Look down upon and bless our work And be all glory Thine Oh. hear our prayers for our honored dead While bearing in our mind The memories graven on each heart | Finale, Coronation Orchestra March, "La Prophnt" (Meyerbeer) Orchestra LODGES ELECT THE PROSECUTION PESTS TI 1 r< A r ^ The Uoyal AiT'a Mnsrns Ivv. e uai;:e<! the follnvlnfi new officers for the on- sulnir term: Hteh priest. K. M. Kri:<ni: kin 1 :, F. O. Mun?,e-,-; sentry. K. \\'. Sr»y,N>i-; treasurer. Arthur S. I'riies; secretary, F. N. Sawyer. The Independent Onl< ;• of v.>r, HUevvUe have hciil their ei< , HMI was followed by a hamiuit. [a'-!-'; ion was ;ilso one of the matters of buss>. Following Is tho result of the Millinery 1329 19th St. Bakersfield SAN FRANCISCO. Dec. 5.—With all the testimony for the state before the jury, the prosecution rested its case late yesterday afternoon In the third trial of Abraham Ruef, the for- ( mer political boss of San Francisco, charged with having bribed former Supervisor John J. Furey to vote for a trolley franchise for the United Rail. roads in 1906. Counsel for Rnef stated that it "might take no time at all j to put in tho case for the defense—it; might talte a week or it might take three weeks," and declined to make known until Monday morning, until which time the court adjourned, whether the defense would offer any testimony or submit the case without placing witnesses on the stand, as was done in the previous trials. The case has been on trial for fourteen works, ton weeks of which time was Chief ranger, -, jeeieo; ure Vnlfnr.1; \S'i!f f)H Frank chiei r,,u i lint; s-v< 1 !>ll ' < < ; ;l-o- tre-isuv*'!' !. O c • i * - ^ t I i • i > " » I I ' V j t t • V / • • R. .lu.lsen; senior won J. ; junior woodman, John M nior beadle, E. S. Kern; junior beadle, 0. K. Smith; physician, Dr. MeKeime; past chief ranger, K. B. Church; court The newly elected officers for tho Uebekahs are: Noble Grand. Mrs. Mabel Gilbert; vice grand, Miss Florence McKenzle; secretary, Mrs. Easte Uess; treasurer, Miss Theodosla McClaskey; financial secretary, Inez Carlock. r-onsnmed in getting a jury. ,,. , . „.,. A half doxrn wlinosBos wore rallort I """" . >' 08 ' iri "/ "',"" *, fllty rocpciitlon Frirlny nml tho pro.' l)a( ' 1{ "> an '""^"""i mine on were marked by ninny rnus- tir Hits between Henry Aoh. chief counsel for Ruof. and Hiram Johnson, one of tho attorneys assisting the ilis- trh-t attorney's ouVo( in which ea/'Ii appealed to the court to compel the to "sit down." RANDSBURG MEN SHOT IN NEVADA COUNTY. As tho result of a dispute over a mining claim near the Koane Wonder mine, south of Rhyolite, C. Kyle Smith WHS kilted and John Cyty wounded, ttoth men arc well known !n Handsburg, having prospected in California for many years and being among the early locators of the Bullfrog district. The trouble arose over a piece of ground upon which Cyty was working it being claimed by the Gold Crest Mining Company, in which Smith was Interested,—RandHburg Miner. Some men who claim to be driven to flrinU stand there without hitching. TEA The cost of good tea is so very little: only a third of a cent a cup! a ccnt- and-a-half or t\\-o cents for the family breakfast! AGED BARSTOW PROSPECTOR FOUND DEAD IN MINE. A dispatch from Barstow says the body of U'illam Bontley, aged 87, was feet the i desert about two miles from town. remains were In u badly < comUiUm and the old man bad probably been dead several days before the discovery of Ills corpse by hunters. Hf-litley was a "forty-niner" and a pioneer prospector in tho district. About a year ago he drifted away j t from his former associates and took • i up his abode in the tunnel ot the I mine Known as the Wong Kee. The ' mine, as well aa the man. has a his- r W tory of iragedy. In it fortunes wore lost in (he golden days. H was this mine that was "salted" and Wong Kee, a rich Chinaman, was induced to buy It for a fabulous sum. When Kee discovered that he had been defrauded he committed suicide. Tientley was said to have gathered quite a fortune, but only 5 cents in cash was found on the body. Men will start tomorrow to dig In the mine in quest of his supposed hidden treas- •e. Hentley had stored In the mine jont throe weeks' provisions, two guns, bedding and a photograph of a ivoimm. A lulo is told that unreqult- love was the original cause of becoming a hermit. t Mrs. Blnks—My daughter is taking French lessons of Prof. IliMiri Devori*. Mn\ Minks (of (he adjoining Hiilto) nh. is thin it? I thought it was a cold In her head. V t i our frror^r returns your rn^n-'y If you doa't I flku Schilling Il e *t; ue p;i» h*w, 1 Kahler Savs: There's every tv<; -' i;) in the \vi»rli1 should ust» \ Kern River Mills Flour w is the time to nnl;e your selections from our complete stoek of Christmas Goods ounir j all. old ;it ><* Mire and It.s' the bi\st tlour in tin market — ami itlu'ii. HEADQUARTERS FOR CHRISTMAS CARDS AND BOOKS. At all BAKERSfitLO UKUG GJ). Kahler Bros. I'HONE MAIN 42 MORLEY'S THEATRE Masonic Temple, 2007 Chester Avenue Continuous Performance Admission lOc 7:30 to 10:30 P. BOX OFFICE OPEN 7:15 to 9:15 STRICTLY HIGH CtASS MOVING PICTURES AND ILL Foo otton nstructlve) Love awnee chan ursd ogram Saturday Hog Cou ICCft pons ros. 1 ucky pon BOUQH DRY ,- V V ' *•*• ft I I 1 *'— •>\ V * r\ \ ,-«** ** \ > - n*J 9 * . '< v.> Give trial. us a Give us a trial. Telephone Main 259. Did You Know We will call for your family washing, wash and iron all sheets* towels, slips, counterpanes, etc. starch all pieces that require starching and return to you for only 6 cents per pound? IF you are in a hurry telephone For us to call Friday morning and have them returned Saturday evening. Satisfaction guaranteed. CITIZENS LAUNDRY TH EXCL 8TO COUNTY The most wonderful of all Pianos. WAY, A. B. Oil ASK. KMKRSOX, KURTZMANN. STKKMJNfi nnd othe Also INSIDK IMjAYFJK PIANOS EIN larjre supply to Easy Terms, fro Lowest Prices Sherman Clay & Co New Fish Block— 1820 Street Phone Main 602 C. E, KEY, Manager i. _ h Choose Pratical Gifts f II! M i;.: . Ihrm he useful, minders of Ihe kimi ' interest of t he esse/jli;(). hasting re- .1 fleet ionatc A BEAUTIFUL PIECE OF FURNITURE 18 THE GIFT OF GIFTS. u I, j:i intr this \v- ii-p, «• atlded an unusually si nek of ^ift f urn i lure, distinctive and desirable. Hei'ore you muK< your decision, let; ns show you this «4ift fitrniliH'*' which we have selected in anlioipntion of your needs. There are scores of appropriate and handsome articles on our Moors which cannot fail to you. Let onr experi(»nc,ed salesman help you in I In. 1 solution of the tfift problem. 1'Yom now until Christmas, our windows will display helpful sti£<restions lo Jhe ^ii'i seekers. . I I . i ( L Philip W. Niederaur 1408-10 19th Street Main 173 th

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