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December 14, 1908

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Vol. XX. BAKERSPIELD, CALIFORNIA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1908 BURGLARS BREAK INTO IM' DRUG STORE-STEAL $250 OF JEWELRY At an early hour this morning erty when they found it was value- Lutz' drug store was broken into and: less, determined in Mr. Lute' mind Jewelry valued at |260 stolen from F. W. Peaterson, Jeweler and watchmaker, who occupies one part of the store for his establishment. Lutz lost about $5 in small change taken from the cash ^register. As yet no trace of the stolen goods has been found. . A description of the articles has been placed In the hands of Marshal McKamy. Both Messrs. Peaterson and Lutz are of the opinion that the burglary was committed by some one very Ifamiliar with the that the burglars were not strangers. The burglary was committed about 1 o'clock. The screen over the back dootv had evidently been left unlocked. The burglars broke the glass door and then threw back the bolt which held it. ' Occupants of rooms In the WJllow house just above* heard the noise of breaking glass, but as al was quiet for a long time after, they paid no attention to the ocurrence The Jowelry stolen from Peaterson's place was in the display win- Japan Will Prohibit All Emigration to United States * CHICAGO, Dec. 14.—A special dispatch to the Record-Herald * from Washington says: All Japanese emigration to the United * State Is to be stopped by the Japanese government, Whea the * Diet meets a few weeks hence, Baron Komura, the minister of * foreign-affairs, will make an official announcement that the gov- * ernment has decided to prohibit a tl emigration to the United States * after a given date. * Thus disappears the last, rema Ining possible cause of trouble be•{• tween th Board of Trade Is Not Well Supported The Board of Trade-* annual meeting for the election of directors for the ensuing term is to be held some time during the present month, on a ««• « 1>°»">»' ' after a long series of-negotiations between Root and Takahlra. „ ,„.,.. , town. Two old bank books contain. I dow> Mr _ p eater8 on had loaded down Ing paid checks of the HudnutDrtv- a mtle chrlstinas tree with gold chains, watches and other articles, for »• ing Club when T. H. Fogarty was at! the head of the Institution, were taken from Lutz' register and this morning when Mall Carrier Kent opened the letter box at K and Nineteenth streets he found the hooks in the drop, They were returned to Lutz. The'fact that the burglars took that means of returning the stolen prop* Win. NUSSER BETS 4 YEALS Wm. Nusser, the convicted bigamist, was this morning sentenced by Judge Mahon to serve four years in San Quentln and fined $25. Thos. Scott, his attorney, made a' motion for a new trial, which was denied. The case will probably b^, appealed. On Trial For Burglary. Thomas Flores, accused of the crime of burglary, was placed Off trial in Judge Bennett's court this morn- Ing. He Is accused of burglarizing Lacey's blacksmith, shop. W. B. Bealzeley appears for the defendant, Kowon Irwin for the people and the following are the jurors: M. A. Llmlberg, Fred ElUhoff, Timothy Corsett, E. R. Putman, E. R. I<ong, Chas. Richardson, E. E. Pyle, A. B. Robinson, B. S. Hagerman, Jacob Messenger. Administrator Named. W. A. McGinn was granted letters Lawrence Hammes, deceased. Demurrer Overruled, In the case of the National Oil and Manufacturing Company vs. the Producers Refining Company, the demurrer was overruled. Demurrer to Complaint. More Power for Northern Kern The Mount Whitney Power Company has asked the supervisors to dispose of an additional franchise for supplying electric power in northern Kern In the vicinity of Delano, it being the plan of that company if awarded the privilege, pumping. three townships In township 25, ranges 24, 25 and 20. Xhe franchise will be sold to the highest bidder on February 3. C. B, Farnsworth, the Company's attorney, display during the holidays. The remainder of the window was fllled with expensive silver toilet sets and rings, watches, clocks, etc. At night only the most expensive of the stock was stored in the safe and because of the labor required in decorating the tree, it was allowed to remain in the window over night. Most of the articles stolen were taken from it. " This morning when the store was opened the -tree was found in the back room, stripped with the exception of a small ladles' watch and two rings, one a diamond ring valued at $50. The clerk paid no attention to the tree-but when the glass door was found ajar and broken It was then apparent that burglary had been committed. Mr. Peaterson gave Marshal McKamy the following list of the stolen!IB In this city today, articles: One lady's solid silver toilet set, $10; one complete lady's toilet set, $25; two gentleman's military sets, brushes and combs, $30; one ebony, military set, $7.50; one dozen gold baby's rings, $18; one dozen gold misses' rings, $36; four gold lady's watch chains, $40; one gentleman's seal ring, $10; three 0. size gold lady's watch cases, f^5; two 6 size gold lady's watches, $24; .four second hand watches, one silver cigarette case, $8; one ebony hair brush, $1.50. Llnscomb et al, a demurrer has been fild to the amended complaint. Answer and Cross Complaint. The defendant in (be rase of Mrs. C. F. McHarvey vs. E. .Curtis Clark has filed answer and cross complaint. Four New Informations. District Attorney Laird filed four informations today as follows: Frank Wade, burglary; Jesus Hernandez, burglary; Fred Beduen, robbery; Wm. Dayton, rape. Will Have Public Xmas Tree to supply electricity for It is proposed to cover The force of the two newspaper offices have decided to glvu a public Christmas tree with tho proceeds of Sunday's baseball game, and the little ones of the Children's Shelter and others will be invited. Details are not yet worked out but the tree will probably be at Armory Hall, and committees will be apoplnted at once. Many Hear Y. M. A. Speakers time President Peacock has named a nominating committee which In turn has nominated the old board of directors to serve for another year. A little Investigation, however, reveals that the condition of the Board so far The evangelistic and missionary work of tho Y. M. C. A. leaders IB this city on Sunday was most successful, and all Interested In the work art gratified at the large attendance an<f the general Interest manifested at the several meetings. As anounced, there were speakers In the several churches in the morn* Ing, hut Interest centered in the men's meeting at the Armory In the afternoon and in the mass meeting in the evening. The afternoon meeting was attended by some 200 citizens who heard an earnest and Interesting address by B. P. Pearson of IMS Angelos. A young men's chorus composed of some twett- ty voices, was a feature of the after* COLOGNE, Dec. 14.—Castro arrived yesterday from Paris and started early this morning for Berlin. He was very pale and seemed a sick In the case of W. H. Ely vs. A. H. | man. Fresno Breaks Up the_League Because the Fresno baseball management in the Valley League refused to pay for the meals of the Coallnga players last Sunday, the Valley League Is a thing of the past. Fresno has never yet been able to get" along with Its neighbors ,an<J the history of the latest league la but repeated history. The Republican, In "explanationing", says: Yesterday's broke the camel's back, resulted over squabble, which proved the straw that broke the camel's back, resulted over the payment of expenses. The crowd at Recreation Park was small and Manager Maul did not take in sufficient coin, at the gate to defray the traveling and hotel bills of the Toggerys. Maul was willing to foot his share of the bills, with the excep- I tion of the "eating bills." President on Brownsville WASHINGTON, Dec. 14.—President Roosevelt sent a special 'message to the senate this morning on the Brownville affair. He submits the reports of the Investigation by Herbert J. Brown and Captain \V. G. Baldwin atui snys it Is established beyond a doubt Jh.-it the colored soldiers did the shoot- Ing. Almost nil of the members of Company B were concerned In the shoot,lug iiml practically every man In companies C and D had knowledge oi' It. The President urges the reinstatement of any who tell the truth of what happened and recommends H law era- powering the secretary of war to reinstate any found innocent or In any way helping to bring the guilty to justice. as finances are concerned, are In a bad way. The Income averages only about $150 a month, when the secretary says there should be $12,000 or $15,000 a year to carry on the work of the commercial body. Indeed dur ing the past year, the board has run into debt $500, that amount being what is owed to a local bank on a note, and the prospects are not therefore encouraging. The nominating committee us named by President Peacock consists of Chas. Baer, E. J. Brb, Dr. Dwlgglns, H. I. Tupman and Ira Hochhelmer, and as stated this committee has recommended the old board 'for re-election. But some of the members of that board have different ideas about it, and arc inclined to the opinion that there should be some new blood and a new deal. It is suggested by one that since the monthly Income is so far below what is needed to properly carry on the work of tho board that perhaps a change might rusult in a betterment of the present unmitisfHC- lory condition. Secretary MacRae when seen today, sal' 1 the financial noon. In the evening the Armory wa« comfortably fllled and there war* three Interesting speakers, J. J. Squires, secretary of the military division of the association; Secretary Hunger of the Fresno section, and Mr. Wallace, cashier of a Long Beach bank. The .Congregational choir sang SOT- cral selections and there were excM- lent solos by Miss Barber of th« Methodist choir and Mrs. Thomas of the First Baptist Church. No effort was made to inaugural* a movement to establish a Y. M. C. A. here, the speeches being evangelistic and missionary in their character. The church workers in this community, however, have in mind th6 extension of the association to thlf city and the missionary work is to be continued to that end. receipts ivx.nt'iilv are -ivvay below wlvu they shouul le paid a moiuv'i' ditional suin'ci that the secretary is Hillary, and that ad- is needed to e:>rry the boar,]. Mr. M;i.'- :-f "-('re IH niiiri' .'].•• Meanwhile, says the message, Investigation will be continued. ihe THAT WASCO SALOON LICENSE The McGovern petition for a license to conduct a saloon at Wasco w^a again before the Board of Supervisors this morning and additional pro tcstants made known their opposition to a saloon In the colony town. Rev. A. A. Burge addressed the board in behalf of the petitioners, as did Rev. B. D. Snudden of the First M. E. church of this city. J. R. Dorsey as attorney for the petitioner, likewise spoke and the board took the matter under advise moot, expressing a desire to confer with the District Attorney on tho matter. on Ilu> wor 1 ' < i Rita decl.'irod dial biiRlnasN comes "o this (him i< the Fresno clinmlier of ciiiuineiTe ;n" that addi'Idfial motif, IK m-ede! 1 . \ r : make the rlgllt, fihowiim ! Recently, u \ comniltU'o \v'a» ii'i pointed to try to sccuru now mem hers. The commltte'e vo:.p,lsts of all I the members of the exec.nlvc bourtl, ] but so far no report 1ms been made. It appears, therefore, th:it t;ic- city and county are not uuiiMu-llnr; their one commercial body as mi"'.i an Institution should be supported, aivl such condition is not encouraging. U Is nrgued, by those Interested In tho success of the work that tho community Is the chief party nt interest, and that a Board of Trade should be oyally backed up by the public. If t Is a question of management or whatever is the trouble, It should be regulated and tho board placed On a 'ootlng financially where it can curry Give a Trunk or a Suit Case For Christmas Ami get them nt "The Toggery." A truuk, suit case or grip is a lasting present, one that is useful and necessary and sure to convey happiness to the receiver.,. When you make presents, give sensible presents like these and - f let its help you in getting the best for your money. ', We have by far the most complete assortment of trunks, suits ^ and grips in town, and we can please you in the best at the price i you want to pay. Remember we're the Men's Christmas Store—so buy all your gifts for men here. All priced suit cases, trunks and grips here. on the work for which it was organized. Secretary MacRae, in response to a request from tho- publishers of "The Earth," the Santa Fo publication, ha» Issued the folowlng letter to the farm- era of tho county: '•'i no editor of The Earth, a rjaper devoted to (he advertising of farming l:mds on tho coast, and along the Santa Fe railroad, wishes to got letters from the Keru county farmers jitiitimr what c«n be clone in any line of ionriilture on a given acreage. Kindly Hive details in production per acre. whether.in grain, hay, fruit, veg- fttti.'U'B or stock. Also cost of main- tainanc.e. "These letters are to be used in folders to bo destrlbutert all over the east ind middle states. This form of advertising IH considered the best, being a form of affidavit showing the superiority of soil and climate as compared to the east, by reason of the greater production per acre in proportion to the amount of labor expended. "The object of this Is to Induce the settlement of the Kern county lunds, which will of course result in an,in-, created valuation on all fanning lands In this vicinity. "Kindly send In letters at once to the Board of Trade of Kern County, HH wo have but little time to get them lo the publishing office. Yours truly. "A. W. MAC RAE, Secy." NO STROPPING NO HONING, The Men's Christmas Store. THE TOGGERY LOWIU. * (LOOM The Men's Christrpas Btorti. VON PLANK IS BETTER TODAY Dr. Ixmg thib afternoon stated that today he found an Improvement In every respect, In the condition of Adrian Von Plank. Tho jutilent seonm stronger and more cheerful and Is taking more nourishment. The wounds were dressed and still allow no signs of trouble. The two bullet holes alongside the spine are much Improved and caused the patient comparatively no pain while being dressed. Just as soon an tho patient's condition will allow he will bo placed under tho X Ray and an effort made to locate the four bullets which are Htlll In his body. Blacker Is uilll In jail. No charge has yet been placed UKulimt him uml until this IB done, his bull of course cannot be fixed. "The Chorus Lady" troupe arrived at the Southern this morning. Give Him a Gillette Safety Razor for Christinas H E will use it, never i'enr! Ami flmnk you from his heart every time he shaves. Over two million nion arc usin<» the (iilli'ttc—any one of them will tell you lie would not he without it for ten limes its cost. J. A. HUGHES The Lea4ing Prescription Druggi st. Phones Main 64 and 74,

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