The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 11, 1908 · Page 2
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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1908. the Bakcrsflcid Rvery Evening but Sundays at rsflcM, Kcni County, California. City and Count) Official Paper »nt«>rfil In Positoflli-o nt Baker.rH'ld, HiiI, MS Spcnnd-rbfs Mad Mutter. *'' cents a month; IS ;i Year In Advance ALFRED HARRELL, Editor and Prop. Telephone Main 31 I HAY. DKCKMHKi; 11. THE RUEP VERDICT. tioen i.iiiini llo olli' Wll I 'pli'sl inn find in ITS. In was liniu' since jiil- Friday^ Dec. 11 DEAR TOM:Everything is comparative. If you haven't seen .the best, It's quiet easy to be contented with something else. Just so with Gruenhagen's candy--after you've once tried It, you always buy it because It Is the best. at Meroney's. BILL to rnii Hiitiiiihl.v in lii.-ttrHctinn -ii It hnil lioi'ii from ni'\vs|i.p ini:ii: i lu> sidewalk -\ and pro|if>K>Ml li till' r !' .liultjo Law lor. in tho nature of tide. I by lilt! jury ni^ht. Ilia com- an 1 MS hp d(>H- .irliinc and potted li.iiosiraiihors, who 'I'-lay, ;i ninn on i Ills lint In tin? airj 's. which were .-KTOSS! till' Stl'COt. I .-\.s.-ijf sanf District j .ara and William ' the i-mirt J. B« Berges & Company Wholsale Dealers in Wines, Liquors And Cigars ' The cream of all goods served in sample room. Quotations and samples sent on application Phone Main 237 , 1623 Nineteenth Street Two Victims on Aqueduct CARD OF THANKS. Mrs. J. E. Miller and family wish ilinm«h the Calil'ornian to ' extend •in'ir thnnks to many friends for kindnesses during their late breavement. s n r, ,-h; iiilty. i nil MI iiniiin-ipid in trin- that It' supervisors sold their votes. the I'iicl that they hud their hands ont for hrihe money was due to the counsel and advice of K'nct' He pointed the way and showed them how money was to he made ont of their official acts. Many of them were men of a low order of intelligence. 1'nder ordinary cir- . River r "" m -! a ma,."'" "' '! I killed hey could Irihli .1. ()'( If-: entere Hie pre^ who did al •strain the demount; ation, men women ruse io ilirlr teet and waving hats or handkerchiefs 'mil; the h.iiliiTs and detectives inter- I'ered. Heney proceeded directly to tile seal lie occupied when the attempted as ;as.-dnation oecuri'ed, and conferred in low tones with O'Cara and Burns. j He (hen proceeded to the chambers ! of .Incite l.iiwlor, where he rcinained I for half an hour. | Thomas H. Ho/ier \vas the only at- I torney of Hie defense present when I the verdict was returned. Ho declined to make any statement, referrum | his questioners to Henry Ach, chief j counsel. Ach, who has been under a physician's can' since the close of the argument yesterday, later said: DISC . ., -iii "" W1|s a verdict of intimidation. cuniHtnnees they miirlit have com- j The jury did not dare to render any pletcd their term of office without, : other judgment. Mr. Rnef was con scandal, and had they been properly advised mi^ht even hnve acquitted themselves creditably. But Rnef. as their political creator had {heir ear, and that led to their undoing 1 . And so with the men who paid /or privileges. They did not bribe officials as n matter of choice. They would not dared to have pursued such a course under other conditions. Hut the fact that, Jtiief was at tlie helm made bribery easy. Privileges that were for the eood of the city or which miuht work to its disadvantage AVi'i-e alike a matter of barter, and victed of a crime he did not commit. I rely upon tho testimony of Gallagher, j Wilson and Furey to establish thisi fact. The verdict is certain to be re-' versed." I Foreman McN'anmra stated tonight ' that the jur.v stood eight to four for! conviction on the first ballot. At ?,:'W\ this afternoon two of the four were' won over on the fourth ballot and on] the fifth ballot a few minutes later j the jurors voted unanimously "guilty." | "The one instance which did more than anything else to delay the ver-1 diet," said Mr. McXarnara, "was the ( address of Mr. Johnson, which was ( strongly resented." "The people of San Francisco and the state of California," said Francis .1. Heney tonight, "owe n debt of gratitude to the twelve men who have glv- e, lluni:-- :.!id It. Williams, two 'rs" "liiidc-i ••:! da file Owen.s aii'i' i'ii i, weie buried beneath n; !.., ;, ;<ii.| (iiri and instantly ;.,•.-:.•:.l;i.\ ia t!ie tunnel four lllile.s .iiailii i>: l"!i/abe!h lake. The vietiiu~, with a .-core of workmen, were escava'ins; in the south eml of tile luiuiel when the accident happened. Hmnr. and William* were shoveling th'' rock and dirt dislodged by slant powder, and were farthest in side the hide. Without warning the rock above be^an to fall, and although the other workmen, who saw the danger, shouted a warning, the two men were unable, to escape. As soon us the air was cleared of the dust the workmen entered the hole and sought to rescue their two comrades. Spurred on by the thought that the men might not have been killed and that quick work was necesary to presvent their suffocation, they worked heroically. The quantity of debris was more than they estimated, and more than half an hour elapsed before ] they had cleared it away. Uoth evidently had been killed in stantly.—Los Angeles Herald. THE ODD FELLOW8 GIVE |50 TO SHELTER. The Bakersfield lodge of Odd lows has voted $50 for the Tag fund. Fel- Day ., . ,.;eu more than three months of their' the Imsmess man. "came throu<_'h ! Him- and submitted to what was prae-! tically imprisonment In the perform-. lance of tin.- most important public 'ity which an American citizen can '• i-alie ! i; itim ' o e.vruii•. i — !ilways aft T{nef. Others sinned, but lllllde possible the ready i sion of everv nnlawf neirotiatiiiu with {lie eoiumis- ael. NOT ON ITS FACE. Mr. Roosevelt with ;i Iriot nil his own. says that Wail s hates him with :i deadly had Ihe thinirs he has done. It be so, yet if we recall, nfle hud liecn ['resident lor three > nous years. Wall street liuei| u] solidly in his support for another, four years. Millions were raised l»y the interests that are control! fd in Wall stivei to insure hi-. flection. And then when fuui Jiiore years strenuous year--;, fun had passed, and Mr. llonsevel) wanted his "policies" endorsed. lie had in> warmer endorsers than 'Wall street. They went out to }i, man for Tal'l. and stood shoulder t (Continued from I'IIRC deliberations. 'I 'he fv,cl\.. bttildin -.. .-nd v. • :••• el>oi. < .1 cro\\ il tin ' '•"' i ", 't I-"i ed i. line of ,""ii' ••. 'l-'roni (lie time that the jury v.ns • -.orn lo 11 > tile ease I confide!!' Jy be- l'i-\'fl l.'l.ll Kuei' H'I,I]).-I lie COJlVICted." NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. The partnership heretofore existing '.ei ween .1. It. Smith and F. T. Burnett engaged In the horse-shoeing business m the city of H'ikerstleld, and doing •i'ness under the tirm namo of Smith £• BurneU, haw been thm day dissolved by mutual consent. i ,]. |{ SmiK' \i-ill <"oili-et all accounw . due said tirm up to December 3, I!»'i8 ,-md will |iay all outstanding claltuH i ;v;.'iiui;t (lie said parttiernhin. .1. H. SMITH. i HH F. T. ISfllN'KTT. Gotcl Cough Medicine For Children. ! The season for coughs and colds la | now at hand and too much care can-. '• not be u?.ed to protect the children. A ! rhild is much more likely to contract , diphtheria or scarlet fever when he ' has n cold. The quicker you cure his jcold the less the risk. Chamberlain's i Cough Remedy Is the solo reliance of many mothers, and few of those who have triid it are willing to use any other. Mrs. V. K. Starcher of Rlpley, \V. Va , says: "I. hnve never used anylhinir oilier than Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy for my children ami It has always given good satisfaction." Tins remedy contains no opium or other narcotic and may be given as ronildeutly to a child as to an adult. For sale by Buer Bros., BaUorsfleld; Kern Drug Co., Kern. * '. i CATfiu CAN Or PW/ENTCO eurmvs BLACK LEO VACCINB i '..Iiff r. MX u,v. i iir, I:MI tr.ofit kuc- o--:it:l, ft..' t U'n'<'. ..ml U'WfSt i !>• -, • in•,;• IT p'.ll !nnp. Wrila in . l.nck Leg Booklet. tlifc CUflER LABORATORY i.!'•!*«Ki-KV, CAL. if vu-ji clra^.v. it cUx?> nut stock ovu Viu-cim::., <;itlci dirtct truin ua. JUDGE DECIDES DRESS WAS "A PERFECT FIT." CHICAGO, Dec. 10.—Municipal Judge Maxwell, who aserts he knows ! something about the flt of women's I gowns, declared yesterday that a jury of dressmakers could not agree upon a • ease in his court and entered judg- \ mi.'iit for the amount of the dressmaker's claim. The suit was one In which Anna Harrison, a dressmaker, was suing Mrs. Hartwell Hunt, 2"iUO Indiana avenue, for $1!" for materials furnished mid (ho making of a gown. Mrs. Hunt appeared in court as her own attorney and put expert witnesses on the stand in an attempt to prove thai the gown did not fit. She later reappeared In court wearing the dress. LOS ANGELES TEAM MAY NOT ACCEPT. The l.os Angeles Examiner says that it is not probable that tho foot- hall team of the l.os Angeles High School will accept the chalenge of the local football huskies for a game in i his city Christmas day. It is said that there worn! he difficulty in securing the consent of the Board of Education of l.os Angeles to the trip. Mrs. Andrews will hold an evening dancing class at Woman's Club hall on Wednesday, December 9th, at 8 o'clock For information telephone Main 1407. 107 NOTICE. 1 herf:by give notice that I am ne longer connected In any way whatever with the Louvre saloon or the management thereof. 107 CHARLES UUSSRLL. For Caiighs and Colds RED SPRUCE AND WHITE PINE i NATURE'S BALSAM We Recommand the Use of Our Guaranteed COLD TABLETS A Curativ and Laxative When RED SPRUCE AND;WHITE PINE Is Take Of Drug Stores Bakersfieid's Finest r.nlnv ohiK Ilrrplrlile on Account of KM nutluotlvcnemi. T!i^ liulii? who have used Newbro'f lvrpivl.1.' speak of It In the hlgho;': Drills', for its quick effect in clunnslrv .0 sculp of danflruff and also for it" (.•:: I'llctK'e JIH n penaral hair-dressing 1 , i i.M'fs tho scaln fool fresh and It nllay: li it Itf'hinjiy which dandruff will cans?. V.'vbrn's Ilprplclilo Pffectlvoly rurer i'r.ilruff. as It destroys tho perm that •:UPO» It. The pamc perm causes hnlr tu iM out. anil Inter baldness; in klltln 1 !- it, lernloldn flops falling hair and prevents •mini.'??.. It in also an ide.il hair drcss- •'<;. for It lends nn nrlstficrntlc chnrni to >v h.ilr' that Is quite cltptlnctive. Sold • "-• lending driiRplstn. Send lOc. in stamps for SHmplo to The Herplclde Co., De> trolt. Mich. Two sizes, 50c and $1.00. J. A. HUGHES, Agent. GOLDEN WEST HOTEL o« THE LANDMARK OF SAN FRANCISCO—NOW OPEN Cor. Powell and Ellis Streets FRED P. PLAGEMANN, Prop. New building. Modern In every respect. 160 rooms. . Opposite Railroad and Steamship offices. Especially convenient for commercial travelers. IN THE HEART OP THE CITY Free bus meets all trains and boats. Take Market St. cars or Fourth and Ellis ear to hotel. Entrance on Powell St. There's every reason in the world why you should use Kern River Mills Flour Its' the best flour in the m ark et — an d always pleases. At all grocers. GENTLE HOUSES. We always have on hand safe and gentle horses that ladies can drive. You will find everything spick and spat, about our stables, our horses good animals, and carriages, cabs, surreys, etc, etc., in good running order all the time. W. T. EATLIFP Cor 21st and C St» Tel. Main 88 Denver Restaurant Regular Meals, 25c and up. Eastern Oysters and first- class Chinese Noodles, Chon Mean, Pineapples, Chicken, and Chop Suey. Good Service. 1313 19th St., Bakersfield. within a eil to e\ p friends v. i tiou. HI the deteci since I'i.-. i.i- • • ,ii i nient upon the \... "did not wish •-. distorted laiet As he descende' the hliicli prisoii in ibat him to the count., i.dl Hieie few faint jeers from the cmw inunedlaii' vicinity, but tue i of a score of detective u ho s oil him would have discour i concerted attemin at demon,;iia':.>u News of tlie \erdict had r.i-li ! with Inexplicable rapidity from <\\-court room, and as the van dr..i. away, osooriei] by mounted policemen. kiUK linen of people stood half a block away, held In check by (he police, and newsbovs shouted their extras, an- iiumifUig ilie result. Ten minutes before the verdict was returned, Francis J, Heney, the assistant district attorney, who hud charge of the trial until he was s'.iot down by Morris Hans on November 18th, had been driven away from Car- -p*nter»' Hall in an automobile. Heney THE WERINGER ASSAYING CO. Woody, :i(i' mailing •• !;-:>. I \rsER, metallurgical st •;r Bakersfield WATCHING FOE CHRISTMAS Many pooj>lo aro in hopes that iiH 1 their ^it'ls they will receive a handsome set uf harness or sad- idles, a fine whip, Inprobo or driv- 1 ' injj gloves i'rom.our super!) stock 'of harness and horse goods. We give big value in all for a very little money at PI ' F.FR TT AENE** *HOP MATTSON HMOS. DON'T PUT IT OFF UNTIL TOMORROW. FIX YOUR EOOF TODAY If the I'ost. worries you consult, us. We will iii.'Trralily surprise you. AKSUM you can do it so quickly. MALTHOID ROOFING IS JUST WHAT YOU WANT. Comes in rolls, quickly n\i- costs so little, plied, comes in any width; •• Pioneer Mercantile Co •hone Main 98. ft *0 NEW YORK THROOGH Orange Groves of Southern Califorma; Cotton Fields of Texac iar.a. FOUP AND ONE-HAuF JOYOUS DAYS ON THE OCEAN TRIP. ELEGANTLY EQUIPPED 8TEAMER8 A3K ANY AGENT The Bon Bon » for HOT DRINKS, OYSTER COCKTAILS AND CANDY T. C. COPPIN, Prop. Phone Main 251 leilhet&laylor (iood vegetables arc hard to get th.ose clays. The local supply is limited; the rest is old. We keep n fresh supply always on hand. Give us a trial and he convinced. Phone Main 401 1423 19th Capital Paid Up, $100,000 Surplus, $25,000 A checKing account with the First National Bank has BO many advantages that you will flud it a great aid in your financial affairs. If you have uot already such an account with us we shall be pleased to have yoii open one and test it fo«- yourself. ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN BAKERSFIELD OR KERN Corner 19th and H Streets. 1 ..Pvl..L-A TRAINSLEAVE »3E!»a}*K."tf BAKERSFIELD Leave for Antloch "". .". . '. UerUoli'.v . . . ChlCHKO Corcoran .... Dfiiivor Fresno Granil Canyon Hiinford Kansas City. Johannesb'rg Morcad Oakland Onkdale Richmond .. . SnnFranoleco Soardiltght . Stockton Tnlare Vlsalls Tosewlte A.M. ;f.o" 8:'20" :F)f) S:20 :i:0 !):00 :55 8:20 .:'.o 9:00 :5G 8:20 :30 9:0'' 7:55 8:20 7:80 9:00 7:39 7:56 8:20 7:55 8:20 7:65 8:20 7:55 8:20 7:30 7:55 8:20 8:20 P.M. "7T30 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 For detail information phono or sail on N. J. MtlDOOM, Aflent PAYNE '& SON Funeral Directors Embalmers AMGULAGNE Phone Answered Day or Night. A Bargain!! FOR SALE—Lots 23 and 24, block 3D. on Q street,'footween King and Raker streets, Kern. Price $450. .Terms If desired, $150 first payment; balance 1, 2, 3 years, Write to Leigh Thornton, 531 North Hoylston Street, Los Angeles, California. OLD B1LUBLE Painters iNYDER & JACKSON Painting in all branches. Interior Decorations a Specialty. CARRIAGE PAINTING BIGNi Phont Main 1138 1827 Wall St Ofln*

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