THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIA^ SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1908. Health—how many would give fortunes to enjoy* the greatest of nature's gifts and to be able to give A Smile All the While Ailing tots cause pity—fretful young people cause wonderment—irritable men and women cause surprise. To enjoy perfect health the body must be built up and the mind invigorated by perfect food. Ghirardelli's is the perfect food drink—its use will bring quiet to breaking nerves—strength to the weak—and contentment to the strong—besides it is delicious and appetizing. . 30 cups of a delicious drink 25c Holiday Suggestions!! Good Things to Eat and Fine China = "\V carrv the finest line of imported goods to be found in the Valley. Imported Fins in baskets. Stuffed Dates and Pigs in boxes and "lass, dreen OJives in buttles, California Glace Fruits. Pinard IVimi's in <_rlass. Shelled Almonds. Lowney's Chocolates in fancy boxes. Beach Nut Preserves. Hein/e's Mince Meat in stone crocks and bul.r. Remember we are sole agents for National Crest Coffee. A visit to our store will convince yon of the superior quality of • our snoods and method of doing business. Onr stock of Haviland and Imported Hand Painted China is complete. t>Pople who have called at our store in past week were amazed at our beautiful display of Haviland Hand Painted China, Cut Glass, Brasses, Curving Sets. Steins and articles in general, which appeal to Christmas shoppers. Bakersfield Grocery Company Tel Maine 186 1715-17 19th. Street \\ OPERA HOUSE IdGHT-OMR i ''"in ,1. Carter's i'l:iy of heart lu- -i 1111.1 entitled "Too Proud to ". will In.' tl.e attraction at the Ba- Veld opera house this evening. |;l.i\ is well constructed on the • n:' an !\ •• SKI ' hero are good samples of Miss Stahl's modish artistry. When a production Is contemplated by n theatrical manager, the question i of costuming is one of the most im ami clever de- ] portant factors an<j the manager Inami it is promised that j variably calls to his aid the assist- NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT. ft\kernllelil Fuel ami Oil Comtmnv. fjii-iiUon ol principal tihice of business .$<'lm«. Calitontia. l,o> ;itkm of winks Ki'in Ccnintv. t'«liforni:i. Nolle" is VTI-IIV aiven that 'it -i meeting ni ti|,. dSrectors of the above named coroor- mtmn. held OIL tile fith dav ot Uecem- twr.. 1308. an assessment, of one bun- TTi'd demurs tier Klmre was? levied unon •lf>" -'Dii-il sti»'k ol the < :>n>ornnon. Btrr&tile immediiitelv to tin- seeivtirv <}i -MM! coiiioriition. diaries A. Lee. at ni* office at Hie ofrln- ot tile Count v Krenriler of Kern Countv. uu slock iilinii which this ;is .e;-;s- P'*'f|f -:h >lt '(.in:i|Ti t-iiij'ii- 1 on 1'lf l( Hl dbw ot January. l!»n!>. will lie d"liu- vocnt mid advertised for sile at nib lic auction, and unless payment Is made before. WllT be sold on the 30th duv of .iantiarv, limit, to uav the dolln- iiuent assessment, together with the costs of advertising and expenses ot sale. CHAS. A. l.RE. ftec.re.tarv. of the Bakerstleld Fuel and Oil Co.. IJakerstteld. Cnl. 12-» NOTICE TO HEIRS ON PROVING GOOD THINGS TO EAT AND DRINK \Ye li.ive Iliein. Try smut 1 .-*vf our imporleil Italian olive 'oil. .htsl the thinur 1'or your wilads and seasoning. \W . also carry a fine line of imported macaroni. Groceries, Liquors and Cigars. | lu the Suueriur ('curt of the County l :!' Kern. State of ('aliform:'. I tvir.irtment L'. I lii tlie Matter of (lie Entitle of .rallies i ' ''., ; A in. lleeeased. .V'tice is liei-i'liv <:ivcli thill Moirliiv :!.e 1M-I il-\- iif iVeeml>er. A. I) rmv; •i' .' ii'cl"cl;. i). in. n! that dav. and (lit) 1 ' •':' room, Meiiiirtmeiir '^, of said •' . '<t the Court Mouse in the Coun- if Kern. Stall 1 of California, nave 1 ' eeii aliimliitcil as tile time and place "v proving ilie will of said .James Court, of ieoe<- *-u no,- -*u me *n H iiii irt. and for hearlne'the annllcntton -ji A. D. \Vliitteinore. for the issuance to him of letters testamentarv thereon. I. L MILLER. Clerk. Georcn Floiirnov, Attorney for Petitioner. Dated Dec. '.t. A. D. l'.»OS. 12-9 "THE LIFE OF CHRIST" PICTURED AT MORLEYS. 'l-i-ii- i.s no l.ick of interest throughout :!:. tniir acts, in this play, Mr. Carte.- hi- eitde'ivore-1 to demonstrate to ih ;.'i!dic t'-.a; he need not rely on the ?-' i 1 ,-- ear;>en'.-,- or scenic artiat exclu- sh-i-ly for Ihr- : -acce.s.s of liis play. It is x'i-l tliat in "Too Pi'oud to Bet;" he ha.- written a comedy drama, that for directness of theme, terseness of dia- lomi- , cleverness of situation and le- .nimi'.a'e dramatic merit, it compares favorahly with P'any more pretentious ]il:i>>. The ts<o principal characters difterence there can be In musical plays. The company carries its own orahestra. of pers ie piece are Denied hero. the children of the of some we.ll known designer and i costumer, who sets her Ideas from plates drawn by artists and from the panes of Parisian journals. Even then it is difficult to make colors haruion- i/e. i'rom tlie reports of the sale of tickets, which opened this morning, the inference is that everybody will be at the Ik''.:"vsfleld opera house on Monday, to see Miss Stahl. • The Alaskan. John Cort's beautiful production of Blethen, Figman and GIrnrd's comic Originality in Stage Frocks. U'liife it is a well-known fact that the stasie leads in fashions, it is not of 1 en that the costumes are designed Pasquini Bros. .1209 19th St. Mam 655 Prompt Delivery. "The Life of Christ," a pictorial and vocal representation ot scenes from the life of the Saviour, will take the place of the usual program at Morloys theater next Moneiay, Tuesday ami \\Vdnesday nights. The 4500 feet of film are taken from the famous Passion Play, bu! i he pictures are entirely different from those presented at Morlcy's four months at;", being the, latest taken of the well known fcsti- val. The re are in- all -13 different scenes, and these scenes are Interspersed with vocal selections, which | will he iviidered by the BaUerefield Harmony Kour, consisting of Harry Muiison, Vic Hughes, Dr. C. P. Wailers and Bobby Pile. An announcer will also point out the chief points -if interest in the entertainment. No advance in prices will be made. STATUE IN HONOR OF STEPHEN M. WHITE. l.OS AXC.Kl.RS, Dec. ll.—Herpie statue df Stephen M. White was unveiled at the court house today. The stane is of marble and beaten brass, and was erected by public contrlh.i- lions of $'.',".11110. Ex-Mayor Snyder presided and Miss Kortense White, daughter of t'.e senator, pulled the unveiling cord. ICxtiovernor Kdwanl While, a brother, made a;! Edw. Marttndel, fxvsso in The Alaskan Mag Figman Coming. Max Figman will be the attraction at the Bakersfield opera house on next Thursday evening, In the delightful o-emedy, "The Substitute," by Beulah M. Dix and Evelyn Greenleaf Sutherland, author* of "The Road to Yesterday." Mr. Figman is one of those genuine artists whose performance al ways hears a. study and analysis 'iivl who abounds in a magnetism that draws the auditor more than once 10 see him. "The Substitute" is a play ilint will live .or years and afford more 1 gnjoyment each time it is seen. Rose Stahl in The Chorus Lady. , by the star of the attraction. Rose lime, .loseph Scott, j stahl, now appearing in "The Chorus Lady." is, perhaps, the only American Lcra Lleb, soprano in The Alaskan. opera, "The Alaskan, will be seen at Uie Bakerslield opera hoifse on next Tuesday, by a company of high class principals and an unusually large chorus, and by many graceful and charm- which scored so strongly lust season, bears the distinction of being the first to take the Alaskan gold fields as a foundation for a story. It has been termed an original musical entertainment, and it jnntly earns such distinction for certainly It shows the great 7S»» dresses. Lieut. Cio\err.t>:' Porter re reived ihe statue on b.-!i:ilf of the stale. woman star to originate both design and color scheme for all of the gowns worn by herself, and the members of i her company, and the gowns shown i P ICTURE frames to order. ; We call at your home with samples and prices on application. ' Me Caron 's Art Store.. Office, M. 731. Res. Farmers 18x1 2O25 Chester. Singer Office Announcement! AMERICAN BAKERY AND RESTAURANT. an'iiin open. A i-lean and ap- perisinjj; plaee ti> eat. White help only. We sell the famous "Butternut" Bread. RICHARD HOESER, Prop. Open day and night. 1923 Chester Avenue. BAKERSFIELD DECEMBER 15th ' losAn S ele»Says: Tremendous Beauty Chorus., Gorgeous Costumes Catchy Musical Numbers, Go's Special Orchestra John Cort's Magnificent Production of the famous Comic Opera Alaskan EDWARD MARTINDEL AND SPLENDID CAST 60 Singers in the Ensembles The Greatest Basso and Chorus Heard in Comic Opera in Years My Totem Pole 99 "T1MKS." Mondav. Dee. 7. ..Originality and tunefulness distinguishing features. The lyrics are bright and fresh. The music has a dignity not often heard in comic opera. The company gives the opera with enthusiasm. Chorus the best heard In light opera. "KXAMINKR." Monday. I) "TheAlaskan" is far away from the accepted type of comic opera. "The chorus Is remarkably strong, with voices as snappy as a frosty morning. In staging, costuming and properties only praise can be given. Is excellently sung and acted. "The Alaskan" offers many novel features.
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