The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 5, 1908 · Page 5
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t DECEMBER 5, 190S. 4 Iff' j f I.M t'- l\ 1 F.i I. 1 THE IF1EL IALIFORNIAN Only Days o nstmas START MAS NOW BUYI immin usefu American Solomon Jewelry Lend Money cent per farm annum impro\ erty Lon terms—easy ments Fun unlimited, the matter more ook furth details get kersf Abstract ompany Bateme City OttvOOO OO GO r LITTLE MISS ANDERSON HAS BIRTHDAY PARTY. 1 f Little Marinii Anderson was si a birthday party this afternoon by h«r mother, Mrs. E. E. Anderson In honor of her third birthday. The little one* spent a ploasant. afternoon playing games and at ihe closo enjoyed a delicious birthday dinner. Those present were Enid Lane, Edward O'Brien, Mildred Eddy, Helen Lavers, Clare' Plttney, Louise Anderson nnd Clarence Anderson. HARD TIME SOCIAL WAS A GREAT SUCCESS. PROFESSIONAL MENDICANT IS COMPLAINED AGAINST, f, Complaint has been made to the po- Hcv against a well dressed individual with an exceedingly friendly and con- ' TV b'.\r:\ time social given last evening in the basement of the Congregational church by the boys club was a decided success both socially and financially. There was about one hundred and sixty three hard time characters present and prizes were awarded Ed Beenk and .T. Rawlins. During the evening a very fine musical program was rendered and a dinner served in Hard time style was enjoyed. A neat little snm amounting to between $35 and $40 will be realized and this will go towards fitting up the basement of the church into a gymnasium, WILL BE TRIED. Frank Wade, arrested Tuesday afternoon by Marshal Badger for stealing several pairs of trousers from Ardizzl- Olcese store wps arraigned in Judge Mnrion's court yesterday afternoon and the date of his trial set for Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. L THEATER SlKlGER MAY BE MENTALLY UNBALANCED. J. Spencer, charged with burglarizing the Majestic Theater, was brought before Judge Marion yesterday for arraignment, but owing to his condition the arraignment was postponed until such time as he could be examined by the physicians to determine whether or not his condition Is feigned or real. If he is found to be insane he will be committed to the asylum; otherwise he will have to stand trial. His attitude yesterday ^^"^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^HBBB^^^^^^^^^^^^W Ward at Jail. John Ward, the aqueduct worker who was arrested at Kernville Monday by Constable Bert Hight for an attempted murder at the Cottonwood Christ fidential air who has been practicing 'power plant in Inyo County the week his vocation of professional mendicant among the merchants and others of the city for several days past. before, was lodged In the county jail was very different from the one he assumed upon the night of his arrest. He was very quiet, refusing to speak and sat the whole time with his head down. When an attempt to raise his head was made by Marshal Badger, be only gazed at him with a vacant stare. CHURCH SERVICES IN KERN ON SUNDAY. last night. He has does not deny the little to say. He shooting and ex- St, B.irnabap Enlsr.opa: church.— Sunday school at 10 a. m. Evening ser- ( The man Is a very smooth talker and J presses little concern over the condl- makes the plea that he is hungry. His jiion of his victim. Ward will be tak- method of approach is clever, he al-; en sout fc tonight by Sheriff Naylor and vces at :30. MeUiodin church,— Sun ways knowing the name of his Intended victim and assuming the air of a haven't-seen-you-for-a-long-time friend endeavors to extract a small piece of coin by a splendid gift of gab. The police have his description. Deputy McDonald. John M. Wright, th« San Francisco oilman, canio do\vn iron! the north tliis morning. day school at 0:45 a. m. preaching at 11 a. m and 7:30 p. m. Rev. Damon, pastor. FAIRFA)^ HAS A NEW SOCIAL ORGANIZATION. 3 I- Osr-OM Club, a social n'ou formed ..y M nmnhfi of the rosi- r.f t)v Fairfax Hist-ir*, sn«nt a on lovable tiw<> In si monin^ ?>t the homo of Mrs. Win. I r pfon of CoJonv, fUv ' v^nt Thoro worn about rf present and nl! tb<» hostess had nr*» Kern City NOTES AND PERSONALS YOUNG CHURCH PEOPLE TO GIVE ENTERTAINMENT. Mrs. Ellen Cunty, \\Uo has bec-u the The young people of the Methodist church of Kern are working hard to make their entertainment, to be given in Kaar'p, hall next Friday evening a success. "The Pet of the School" is the title of the play to be presented and sets forth in a charming manner the joys and Borrows in a young ladies boarding school. The ladles aid will sell delicious refreshments and will H. U Byron is a recent arrival from Boston and will take up Bis residence in Kern. guest of Mrt. T. J. O'Boyle for kome have on sale a good supply of fancy, time, returned to her home In Los Angeles today-on ihe noon train. as well as useful articles, including aprons and comforters. The proceeds The dance given by the past noble j of the affair are to be used for much priind of the Rebeccas last night was needed repairs on the M. E. church. very successful affair, and all present spent a pleasant evening. Mrs. E. E, McClure, who has been suffering with blood poison in her hands for the just month Is reported (o he imjiorvlng. Assistant Resident Engineer F. P. ";ivlor IUIH returned from a visit in Scrramonto. .? ::.« s r. Vi ni;>.'i ;•» f A this moi'iiiir.; i'mm visit on in No. ) .OH LADY MACCABEES MET AND ELECTED OFFICERS The Lady Maocabeen nu*t last In the K. of P. hall an 1 fleet* -1 cers for the ensuing term. Mrs. ,)o- !i Semorile was re-* T ^k.T * f'JL wo Nigh Morn RR . L FRIENDS THURSDAY AFTERNOON. .7f-;tn Metzner entertained a at her little friends on 'Vvv afternoon in honor of hci nt n p ere ."'•"I re; T* Mil" I i i M i , 1 "ntr; Sn!'!"'\ VinV' 1 !.oiU';fonl \V.-ii PRESENTS The La Salie Co. —IN— HAL REID'S MASTERPIECE •Torn and I.aura •NN'UAL BANQUET ON MONt'AY ^ those who went to J,PH An- last niirht to ;'.!f"iH the late Mr. alHM-'s t'uner.il were O. V. HelMy, I,. V. Olcese, \V. H. Failee, David HJ«- ; .-ins, \V. H. Huffman. C. I. Pitney, r. \V. Messlck, Harry Polst, Ton\ 4 Curry, M. H. Warren. \V. A. Mahr-r of th*> car department is iiliiilitlv indisi)OHt'il. Mr.'and Mrs. U. Morse havo return- t ! a-ain to K"rn, where they will side in the future. Sixteen lots, south half of block | (30 on B street between King and Hoale, opposite Beale avenue roinm tinder; Mary . c > t'lis "!'; |.i"7.jo IJ! Fanny Sjntcli, onl keener; Hlancli I'ei-ry ditnr; Katberlue ,T< hnsn (Mara C! ii'e, miwlres.-i itt laUi, Lottie liriuus; -ejiiine], el Lord ; picket, Mary Ker; v Mson. ins' r»-c Ihvinve au seive:tn' arm.- 1 ; ttl ac 18th Btill nnd Chester adding new and ood and atest ardson the line cry the spe spe isef CO LEY OD _l_ •_ f J- NEXT, n. H. ('. A. in Th The ^Scouts Revenge "vill ir've *!u>!r Affin.'lay rvn- Kninhts of PythiriR Ha 1 !, members of tho order and th'-ir f!imili'»R tlu»rc will ho a numbrr of inviied LMif i ,sts and plonsant even- will no doubt result. Besides tlie a fine musical and literary is lieinif projjarod by the eoiu- mittee. ATTENTION. • school Don't Late for the Whistle. Go to Geo, Snider buy a ."louse, Kern. For sale at $65 a Would make an ideal home. For terms write to Charles 'T. Zenaen, WilC Manltou avenue, Ix)s Angeles, California. 127 ' eseay SOUTHERN ROMANCE THIS ORGANIATION CARRIES ITS OWN BAND %ND ORCHESTRA AND PRESENTS A FIRST CLASS VAUDE- VILLE PERFORMANCE BETWEEN ACTS The annual Memorial Service of (1 Lodge No. 266, B. P. O. < Klk, 1 -', will be hold Sund.iy, December Jfith, at 2:30 o'clock p. m. in the Bak- i'-v-cfii'M Opera Hpuse. Beats will be [ for the lodge in a body. No t? will he reserved. A cor- 'Viil invitation Is extended to all. On.,]-;, open at 1:45 p. m. Come early. An F-rr-feially ^ n e musical program has her n arrnnRCd, and the mcmhers request ihat all who can wUl attend. Parents are requested not to bring children under 12 ycara of asro. ELKS MEMORIAL COMMITTEE. 108 *.* Prices and 50c. *.* * •# *"* Buy Seats Saturday. > * * •:• :• -i- : -:• <• * -:•<- •?• PAINT YOUR HOUSE House pMnMnp la my spoclalty. I UBC nothing but the bont materials, guarantee my worU and charpe reasonable prlcof. . I. D. MEREDITH, Contractor 2117 B St. Phone Main 172 ¥—1 ram ous Can Annett Bakery am Closing out all *08 models at a fk Great reduction^ Ail new nnd up-to-date; no simp worn or old stock. Yon will he pleased with any selection you may make, us every bicycle in my store is "Al" nrti''le of the grade. Tires! Just received a fresh shipment oi' the bewt. I want your tiro business; I can take ««ro of you in a way that -will be satisfactory. The Holidays fire on \\*. A quoHlion IK, whnt to get for that present Select something beneficial and useful. Nothing better than a Bicycle. Get Something for home en- an , -. . • tertainment _ » Edison Phono graph Wednesday Dec 9th. The Two Happy Boys, Dbcon aad Beftfard, in HANDS AN' NIX 30— EXTRAORDINARY COMPANY OF —30 And the Original Dancing Dolls, orate Scenic Equipment. GIRLS Massive Scenic Sets and Elab FUN Pri«w .,.._...... Bio, Bof ^H^^^^^^^» E-RU-SAt The Only Lawful PILE CURE Because it does-not contain narcotics, mercury* cocaine, lead or any poisonous and injurious drugs. Because E-RU-SA CURES PILES, U. S. Dispensatory rocommonds every ingredient of R-RU-8A. Drue: laws mako (< false or misleading statements" a crime. Ml old or narcotic pile medicines affect the brain and spinal mi.: - ow, produce constipation, never cure and are therefore illegal. E-RU-SA is not for sale at opium joints. Berkeley, Cal., July 3, 1908, Dr. L. Griffin, Dear Doctor; We certainly can NOT conscientiously recommend or legally sell cocaine, ergot, lead, mercurial or ) narcotic Pile medicines except upon prescriptions. Youre truly, Muller & DoMerritt, University Pharmacy. R. L, Reed, R. J. Taylor Graduate* in PhonouM?. _ is the proper article. Have I got them? Bet you. Call and see and hear thorn, the up-to-date. Play both the late Amberol or 4 minute, and the Gold Mould or 2 minute records. I am headquarters for Edison phonographs and records; the largest and most complete stock in Kern county. I sell Edison Phonographs on installments. Just received a large shipment of Zon-o-phone rccor<ls; will sell at a reduced price. I also have a select assortment of pocket cutelry; also razors, the best ever. Call and examine my line, will be pleased to see and show ou. Bicycle and Talking Machine repairing a specially, A nice line of Cabinets for Edison Records in stock. GEORGE SNIDER P*to«e* Wain 295, Mftln 11 908 Bxktr etreet, tyrn, Calr

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