The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 5, 1908 · Page 4
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 4

Bakersfield, California
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Saturday, December 5, 1908
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BAKERSFIELD CALJFORNIAN SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1908. Vaudeville at the Empire is t plr. pr- Jn i tna on Monday night there, 1 1- a radical change at the Em- f nothing more nor less than the , ntntlon of hlch class vaudeville; i'.lnn to the moving pictures ' h'Tetofore have boon the chief feature. { K"r Hie Initial performance ami for j next week Malinger Ebrlto has Bocur- , ed some splendid attractlonB. Among th'>m an 1 Holmes & Holmes, high class coin"iii.mB. Raymond Merrill In ' "The roli»iro Tramp," a Ringing and i (nlkinir novelty and Lorraine Thorne, | a slnglnK and dancing soubrette. j The Empire is on the New York drnmatlr circuit, and patrons will see many high class performers there from week to week. SIGNS UP TWO HOT PRELIMINARIES In addition to the Whlte-Lauder twenty round contest, which takes place at the Scrlbner the nl«ht of December 21, there -will be two hot ten round preliminaries. Kid Alexander, thft hard fiRhtlng little negro, will be pitted against the original Kid Murray. The lads will weigh 120 pounds and are to fight for a purse Alexander has gone into training for the bmit already and will be In condition very •oon. Murray is a brother to the "Messenger Kid" and will arrive from LOB Angeles next week. Me is a •crapper of considerable prominence In the south. • "•"•i-* •JQanny McGee, a Kern City shop man, will be one of the principals jn |he second prellnrtnarj, He la willing to fight anyone at 13.0 pounds and now Manager Rehfeld Is searching the local talent for an opponent for him. ' AWhlte will arrive from Marlcopa tonight, He will make his headquarters at Sam McDougall's place on the oil fields road and will begin his train- Ing Monday, "Good Clothes—Nothing Else" you would say if anybody asked you what kind of clothes you want. That's your rule for clothes, isn't it.? It's cur's too, as sellers. We make a specialty of quality. We aim to put more and more value and merit into each price range, to improve our goods in every way. We carry Stein-Bloch cl°thes, because they, better than others we know, most perfectly fit our ideas. They're nothig else than good clothes; as profitable-to you to buy as to us to sell, We show the most complete stock of these fine clothes with prices up to $30, on your friend the other day came "from Hochhelmer Why don't you \ "• get one? S Adams Fruit Company *••••••• !!«« is prepared '" ae the pulilk* with a Fruit and its store Groceries BOG Baker Street. Telephone Main 714. TEN SPOT MEANT That thn Chinese are loath to depart from their quaint customs and j also to think and reckon In any other (hannels than those which are so fa iniliar to them, was again exemplified this morning in a corridor of the fniirt house. Assistant. District Attorney Jrvvin was just emerging from' the court room where Kegnosa, the Mexican, hail lln' riiinutc before been sentenced to ten years in the penitentiary for the rcbliery of h'am Vti, the Kern laundry man. "What he. get?" the Celestial com- j I'laiiiini; witness asked the prosecutor' anxiously as he stopped into the corridor. "A ten spot," replied Mr, Irwln In the vernacular of the legal fraternity. "<'.ee whin, one thousand dollars!" exclaimed Sam, and Kinking his hands iu'o liis pockets he strode off chuck* 'iiu: I'ieei'ully to himself. In explanation, a ten spot in an or, ilinary Chinese lottery game brings the holder $1000. Sam will have to learn that American law does not deal out punishment in fines all the time. +.» minimii o PPT CRIMINAL;) GET DIED SITTING IN CABIN DOORWAY Coroner McGinn and Undertaker Dixon returned tils afternoon from Democrat Springs with the remains of Harry Henty, who died there yes terday morning. Henty was an Englishman, 45 years of age, who had IK ed at Democrat for the past three years for the benefit of his health. He was a remittance man and Is survived by a wealthy brother In London. The remains will be held at the Dixon undertaking parlors until Instructions are received from the brother. Henty has long been a sufferer from heart trouble and death came In one of those attacks. He was sitting In the doorway of the cabin In which CITRUS TREES Navels. V;:lenrias. KureK.i I.e,.>,,,,,, | ( ;,.i.- S ele:-' i-l from choice I. evriris: irc"s. Sweet mill sour ,>r;.!]_•.• SBED B£D STOCK. I'.ilins. cmni'i'Mri aeaciiis. ni i"-;. etc Urn,. ' •;,,..- f(. F. D. No. 1. SOUTHERLAND NURSERY, F. t n'isbrov,-. I'ronr . PAOAOEN A CAL. OLLY QENUINE H OLLY HOLLY WREATHS K'OM-S. ('ai'iiat inns, V niul Chi-ysantliein\itn«. l-'il-sl el;:'S Nvfv-r.V Trees. Shnilis. Ordeix |iriini| ! I v lilt' CHESTER AVENUE NURSERY ALBERT WEEDALL, Prop. Co--. Hlvili ^t. a»«l t'bester A\« I'lione Main T-iri. C-ietana Regnosa, the man convict- e,| of robbing a Cliinainan, was today sentenced to serve 10 years in San (jtienliri. Frank Valencia, who was found '-•;>iilty of a criminal assault, was given a .'cntoiice of six years. J. U. Ried, accused of robbery, plead not Lvuilly in Judgi- Million's conn, and ill's trlp.l set for Dec. 10. The Nusser case. The Nussier case will come up for ;\ second trial on Monday. Nusser is \ he ]h T ed yesterday morning about 10 accuse'! of bigamy. New Suit Filed. Warrun M. Watunn has brought suit against Frank Hopps et al to quiet title to land in section n-l'.l-iiS. Articles of Corporation. The Adeline ICxtensinu Oil Company harf filed url:lr.UiK of Incorporation. The o",rt|.il stock is $iu,i)(H), and the in- coi'iioratoi- are C. A. Barlow. \\. H. Hill, (Huis. Dickinson, C. I,. C'latUn. , Licensed to Wed. .Tuiscppl l.emucciii, 20 years of age and residing in Kern, was today li- cenced to wed Rmilln Dry lull of Ba- NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. The partnership heretofore existing between J. H. Smith and K. T. Burnett piifined in the horse-shoeing business lln the city of BakersficUt, ami ;<loing ' business under the linn name of Smith I & P.urnett, lias been this day dissolved I ' :.:;itu:ll consent. ,1. R Smith A-ill collect all account* •In.! said firm up to necem! cr 3, 1908 and will pay all outHlan.'.'n;-; claims against the said paiaiiersli'il. .). R. SMI!',!.__ _ o'clock. His head was resting on his Mrs. Andrews will hold an evening arm. Death came without warning, dancing class at Woman's Club hall for his corpse was found in that posi- on Wednesday, December 9th, at 8 tion. Del Hill's son was the first to o'clock. For information telephone find the hody and the elder Hill was Main 1407. 107 soon notified but too late to administer relief. He had known Henty for the past fifteen years. | The coroner and party made the trip in Fox' automobile. They report a fairly heavy rain in the mountain district last night, which made i travel over the slippery mountain : roads exceedingly dangerous. Utmost care was taken in coming hack -and five and a half hours was the time consumed in making the journey. «~^» NOTES AND PERSONALS. W. D. \Vll(-"'!i, \V. R. \Ylieat :nv.l J. Hair that really is hair. The only full line of hair goods in the valley. Anything made or repaired. Bleach- Ing and dyeing. Phone 111. 617 K street 108 Marek's Cigar Store J. F. Marek, Proprietor 1308 Nineteenth St., Phone Main 90S. Wholesale and Retail Cigars, To- Mel/foil. I-os Angeles oil men, are | imo.cos, l.Mpes and Chewing Gum. Dis- arrived from Mo- : .\\ town today. I>r. C. F. Dem soy jure this uiornliu'. Mrs. M. ,T. Collins is at the Grand from Delano. .lobn Enos is down from the mountains. trilmtor for Bakersfield of LOVERA, 12i/ 2 c Cigar AVALON, lOc Cigar HALO, 5c Cigar 1 Cocoa Holiday Suggestions !! Good Things to Eat and Fine China it- Ill -\V ciirrv I he lines! lii,:- •>!' Valley. Imported Kins in baskets, Stuffed Dntes and Fl^s in boxes and class. Creen Olives in bottles. California (ilnce Fruits. I'inard Prunes in ejass. Shelled Almonds. Lowney's Chocolates in fancy boxes, P.eiidi N'ut .Preserves, llein/c's Miuce Meat, in slono. crocks and lud;-. Kemeinher we nr> sole agents for National Crest Coffee. A visit to our store will '-onvinee you <>' the superior- quality of our L'ooiis and method of doiuir business. Our stock of llavilaiul and imported Hand Painted China is complete. e-Pople who have called ut our store in past week were aina/.eil at our beautiful display of Havilaml Hand Painted China, Cut (ilass, Brasses, Carving • Sets, Steins and articles in general, which appeal to Christmas shoppers. Bakersfield Grocery Company Tel Maine 186 1715-17 19th. Street is a food drink for young and old that pleases the palate—strengthens the body —builds up the nerves—quickens the mind. Jt.instills qualities in young and old which produce perfect contentment and perfect health and allows one to give Smile All the While Ghirardelli's Cocoa is a standard combination of the cocoa bean. It is made with painstaking care and after 50 years of manufacture stands to-day a perfect product. 30 cups of a delicious drink 25c COOPFF? S.F.

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