The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 8, 1908 · Page 4
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;«»W:** .TWIG! .TV.JCt * T Ti3«lt»»rr « »« . THE BAKERSFIELD CALIF0RNIAN TUBSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1908, Marek's (ligar Store J. F. Marek, Proprietor 1308 Nineteenth St., Phone Main 908. Wholesale and Retail Cigars, Tobaccos, Pipes and Chewing Qum. Distributor for Bakersfleld of LOVEEA, 12y 2 c Cigar AVALON, 10c Cigar HALO, 5c Cigar McDonald's Famous Candies 1 We have just put in a line ef these fine candies awarded five gold .medals throughout the .world for quality. Try, some. Annett's Bakery 1627 19th St. Phone M 390 City Fish Market ALWAYS A FRESH SUPPLY ON HAND. GIVE US A TRY. PROMPT DELIVERY. Myons ***. 1512-18 Main 977. CUT GLASS FLASHES In n glass room lii'Jite I l : y - : electric light- are niiowa liihii;. ; beautiful aniilo- of cut i 1 !".-.- 1 . .>••• the world la.Kniii ilawke.-. i •which n.'inie in itscl!' i.s an :•' guarantee of e'H ;;lass port'ec'i' : . Such an exhibit h;is never ;••• been seen in Hai;ersflc| I MS- :•• an inn seekers ol artistic ('hn- ; I Ilia.-''.- In i:u nll.i-r <••<•• vi'h .' " :' UVlre ,,;• l! ;. ti!|-i .- i'" ' ' ' '- . field eim -':<•!; :. . ; '-niiiee:!' ' \\: BUSY DAY AT SI FRANCIS Pour priests iirc kept busy waiting on the many who are attending the mission at St. Frnncls Church. Fathers O'Malley and Maher, two prominent Jesuits, are In charge of the mis. slon and there ran he no doubt as to their great ability as leaders In the missionary work. Today being a holy day of obligation*, masses were celebrated as follows: 6 a. m., Father Maher, 8. J.; 7 a. in.. Father Leo, assistant rector of St. Francis; 8 a. m., Father O'Malley, 8. ,1, and the high mass at 9 o'clock was celebrated by the rector, Father Frnnd. At this last mass Father O'Malley made his first apearance In the local pulpit. He spoke In forcible and most entertaining manner of the evils done by the tongue, a sermon applicable to all: The Confessional This Evening. This evening at 7:45 the Rev. Father Thomas O'Malley will deliver a sermon on the "Confessional," a subject that will be interesting to Catholic as well as the non-Catholic. The public Is invited to attend this evening as well as any of the services during the mission, which is to continue to December 2tOh. Father Maher's Sermon. Last night the church was again filled to hear the talented Jesuit Father Maher. who spoke on the evils of the day which is known in the Catholic world as "mortal sin." He pictured sin as the world views and worships It, and also as God,.the Father, sees It. He said: "How does the world look at sin? Why you have only to hear Its answer from the pulse of the world, the press, and there we are told of how the world will rush head- ling. In multitudes, to see that which Is sinful, and that same world, ignoring that which is pure, innocent and proper for mankind, be he Christian or heathen. God''.judges sin; Qod hates sin, we know by the terrible punishment He has measured out for those who sinned even in thought. God hates sin so much as to make His Divine Son suffer the death of the cross so as to atone for our sins, the sins of the world. We personally, what do we, think of sin? To answer that let us examine the book of our own life. There too often we find that as a child we were already great sin ners." Instructions This Evening. This evening at 7:15 the missionary fathers will open their class for Instruction for all grown Catholics who need more knowledge and for all those of other faiths who are desirous of learning the Catholic views on Important questions of (he day. This class will be taught in the St. Francis nil I ii;is(n.eiit) and Is for any am .•verybody regardless of their splrltua' condition. ;u! !''niii.l. !t sneaks highly 1' : iiT-I- of V.'ick'Tshai'i (V. ail' • • en- lit In this city. N'i "lie !',:~. ii'is beautiful si.:']!. !t SANATORIUM CLOSCD FOR REPAIRS. ay Mr. Man! We want to talk clothes to you.—» It's not to be a long drawn out discourse nor a sermon, but just plain facts. Now we're off—We know the clothes you like —that's the kind we have, You have the money to buy—we have the clothes to sell. We [give you your money's worth in every suit you get here—that includes the best of style, fit. fabrics, tailoring. We want the trade of every man in Kern County who wants good clothes—That's all. Suit prices $10 to $30. I Tlie link- r>fic'!d Sanatorium was | :o';i'd for repairs last evening. The i , lililh,.' is 1.1 iai? thoroughly repaired • • ; vill ',.' au'ain open for business ••••n.liiv. PIONEER IS LAID TO REST The mortal remains of J. E. Miller were laid to rest this afternoon from tii" undertaking parlors of Dixon & Sons. The funeral WHM he!:l under the auspices of the Elks, a delegation from the lodge meeting the body and bereaved relatives on the arrival of this morning's passenger train from !.os Angeles. Key. D. M. Cnibtrec ofllriaie 1 at the parlors. The services were largely attended by Elk.s and friends of the deceased pioneer. At the cemetery the Elks had ordered a be'mtiful floral piece, but owing to the delay to the Si'iita Fe trains ii did not arrive In time for the funeral. The pall bearers were H. A. Jastro, M. Cesmat, A. T. Lightner, G. T. Nighbert, W. V. Mat lack and Leo G. Pauly. ORGANIZE TONIGHT A meeting of Dakersfield and night In Knar's purpose iif orga inn of the Order General Organ!/.' have charge < are many old mo both cities and into the order ai the meeting tout the railroad mini of Kern will be held to- Juili In Kern for the lzIiiK the local divisor Hallway Employes. iT V. S. Lewis wilt !;•-• cr-Teironies. There T.ibers of ilic order In hf-se will lie retaken d .otTi.-ors Hectfd at] ght. At a lator dnte | local branch vision 11. will he known as Dithe initiations of the new members will be accomplished. A large meeting Is expected. The organization is-" strong one and Is firmly establishet., in the northern part of the state. Tin their regular meeting this evening, ilZHUUU IS' «established I The Women of Woodcraft will how Stevens Milliner y LM^r^^r^iW«fiSnPra«SffiK' .*/"" v». /f-~~Ki, i'd'/ft*. ftf- tT ib! ^Eiivf'to^, IP* If^lp* ^ll Xsaw" "fipj. N «>>- 1 " ™*H,R/" *&*:••> A • h"* 'F^'K! <l&«<4' Jta Jiif. W J&, Come and see what an exclusive millinery store can do, and con- vlnce yourself that we arc offering the greatest values ever offered in Bakersfleld for $5.00. HAIR GOODS We are also soiling at reduced prices all kinds of up-to-date Hair Goods. Fiftli Avenue puffs, transformations, pompadour bangs coronet braid and all kinds of hair rats and switches. 1905 Chester Avenue. ^ illmery Regardless of Cost ,'miMplly iiininrrnw ni'ii'iiii)"- \ve will start the ino-st ^1-j'iiiit \>••• • .!' line millinery cvi-r iilteuijili-d in tlii* or nny other city. Y>Y pmpo.se lii sell , 'it the entire slock, and it" prices ,•>!•>> an; i'nlllCelUell! \Vl' Will ,lc.M J|ll|ll kll it ill .1 Vcl'V sllOl't tillie, * T:> '<••:• ea:i'Md. the millinery ilrpat'linent has failed to make e;,in,| a.-ul we have on hand a M 1 .: «\<rsto<:k. TliK must !>.• cotiv<T'< .i i ;l :o cash at nnci> and \ve "avo nainin.; (•rici-s thai hardy represe:!) -Imlt' the oriu'lnal values. In many instances, they are one-ilrrii -i:ni nne (|iiartcr tlic'it* real wortli, Head each line of tlii.-, a,l r,. n d onr unnrantco—then come prepared In share in what is ;!in|nestioiin!ily the greatest millinery uresciited in ISaki-j'slicld women, HAMILTON'S MA 7^ 09 -. 2OOO CHESTER AVE. AT 20TH SILKS—RIBBONS VELVETS—SHAPES WINGS—FEATHERS ORNAMENTS—PINS FINE FLOWERS AND FOLIAGE AFIE ALL SENSATIONALUY REDUCED PINE TRIMMED HATS . Worth to $7.50, Selling Out Price . PINE TRIMMED HATS Worth to $12.50, Selling Out Pric PINE TRIMMED HATS Worth to $15, Selling Out Price . . HATS WILL BE TRIMMED ABSOLUTELY FREE OF CHARGE DURING THIS SALE. Our Guarantee We assure each and every rur- ohaser absolute satisfaction. We guarantee every price and every M.uomeut made in this document to In- the gospel truth, tuul we liere- by bind ourselves to take back, exchange or refund the money for any merc'luindise purchased here during this sale proving misrepresented or unsatisfactory .for any reason whatsoever. A "Hoosier 1 ' cabinet will be given sway on New Years' Day to one of our custom«rs-^come in and we will explain just how to become the winner of this valuable article. See the cabinet in the window. •4 Get a nice piece of furniture for that Gift; something that will be useful as well as appreciated. DYER & JONES. Empire Theater Tonight and all Week Overture, LORRAINE THORNE Singing and Dancing Soubrette Illustrated Song—"You Will Always Do the Same Thing Over for the Red, White and Blue." RAYMOND MERRITT College Tramp Empire Moving Pictures, Scenic Views Jack—HOMES—Ada Comedy Musical Act, Doors open 7 p. m. Continuous Performance until 19:30. Qenerat Admtwlvn 10c, Reserved Section 15c, Revervwl Sots, B0«.

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