The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 14, 1908 · Page 8
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 8

Bakersfield, California
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Monday, December 14, 1908
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THE BAKBRSPIELD CALIPOBNIAN MONDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1908. vSale of Men's Clothing' 500 Men's Suits Worth up to $25 on Sale For $11.85 We find ourselves overstocked with Men's high grade suits, they must be forced out. We therefore, place on sale beginning Today, 500 suits of our BEST QUALITIES—Up-to-date Styles—Newist fabrics—All Sizes—Suits that sold up to $25.00. ONE WEEKS SPECIAL SALE FOR $11.85 In this sale are included suits from such well known makes as: Alfred Benjamin & Co. Hart, Schaffner & Marx; Rosenwald & Weil and Washington Fashioned Apparel. Remember we can fit every man—no matter how hard you are, to fit—we can fit you with these splendid suits. WE'RE EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR WALK-OVER SHOES —The best and tnpst fashionable men's shoes made.. Walk-Overs are made in all leathers.. WalkOver Shoes are made in all styles. Walk-Over Shoes are sold at $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 a pair. f We Want You SOCIETY IN to Shop VAUDEVILLE Ear/y:\\ ROSEDAUE LADIES GIVE ENTERTAINMENT. t ihis year for your nwiL.mitis- fa«t,ion. You will get complete stocks to select from at hoei-vs, if you come early. Vtewc is a tremendous ad- tantuK" in this. We are mentioning only a few lines here — goods thnt will be picked tip early — ««nm of the beautiful things rt hwvo for Christinas gifts: Exclusive Designs in Ladles' ttand Bags 'JVc hue never shown anything to equal this season's vtiu-U of I -miles' Hand Bugs. TJu»> are indeed ex,-luii\o; pric- :« (ion i |l to $l!0. The line-it assortment of im- •;«iit.(,'il Perfumes and Toilet Waiter*. "l£oda!:s" always please,. M'aU'i'.vuii and C'onUlin I'oilll- itriin Pens. euilier G;mds. triple Mirrors. Traveling Sets. QtllaUe Safety Razors. Manicure Sets. P«rfuiue Atomizers. "T(MjK't Sets" that will sur- piiilw you. Remember we will keep tlie goods until any day you set for delivery. Buv here and now. , "Home of the Kodak." Baer's , Leading DruggUta. Special Attention to mail orders. The most novel event of the present season was given by Mrs. C. B. Colby at her home on the Columbian lease in the Kern River field Saturday afternoon in honor of Miss Margaret Robinson of I,os Angeles, who is her guest over the holidays. The affair was in the nature of a vaudeville entertainment presenting the "Vaudeville Troupe Beautiful." The performance itself was termed the "Hoodoo Vaudeville." The guests all participated in the show and were required to dress according to the specialties they wove to act. There were trapese artists, Geisha girls and many other real live vaudeville acts, so !t Is said, but Mr. Colby and her guests have unfortunately misplaced their programs and the review of the show cannot appear. The song, "Oh, See Baby's New Tooth," was a most realistic, feature, so it is said. At any rate, everybody hud a most jolly time. There was a real theatrical program with ads, house rules and the numbers of the entertainment. A stage and orchestra was also provided and the whole was under the management of the Columbian Theatrical Company, controlled by the Colby trust. Refreshments were served at the "Gusher," a most model lunch counter fitted up for the occasion In the Columbian Annex. Those present were Mrs. Howard Cravath, Mro. S. Wright Jewell, Mrs. J. Benson Wrenn, Mrs. Claude Ulod- get, Mrs. R. R. P. Fox, Mrs. Will Latdley, Mrs. Guy Jones, Mrs. W. F. Wliltaker, Mrs. C. A. Nelson, Mrs. C. B. Colby and Mlsaos Marguerite Ughtner, Alma Forker, Bernice Harrell, 1 Sydney Hunt, Jeanne Alexander, Ruth Rice, Lydla Colton and Margaret Robertson. ROSKDAL, Dec. H.—The ladies of St. John's guild entertained their friends last Friday with a musical evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Harbaugh. Mrs. Reynolds and Miss Burnett had charge of the program, Archie Burnett was master of ceremonies. The house was prettily decorated wilh palms, greens and Japanese lanterns. The following Is the program: Piano solo, "II Carricolo,' by Durand de Gran. Op. 24, Miss Weldon; vocal solo, Mr. George and Mrs. Menser; vocal solo, "I Fear No Foe", Mr. Rudd; trio, mandolin, Mrs. Reynolds; banjo, Mr. George, whistle, Mr. Peters; piano duet, Mrs. Menser and Miss Burnett vocal solo, Mr. Burnett; vocal duet. Miss Weigand and Miss Phillips; recitation, Mrs. Rees; vocal solo, Miss Allen; instrumental solo. Mrs. Menser; violin solo, Miss Allen; pantomime. Miss Burnelt. Mrs. Rennols. Miss Thropp. At the conclusion of UK- pi-oyimn refreshments were somM aii-1 i'" remainder of the evniiiu :,JHMI In dancing, finally endm.; with an i fashioned Virginia reel. Those present wen- Mr, an.I ".! \VlIe,y Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Ch; Smith, Mr. and Mrs Thropp. Mrs. a Miss Harmon, Mr. an I Mrs. Mich:!" Mrs. mid Miss Allen, Miss lleinl'nr Misses Minnie Weiiiand. Dolniar Phil-j lips, Beck l)en-e.,, Weblon, liurneil. 1 Michael. Mrs. II,•>-.-,. | and Mrs. Harl>au:;h. I GOOD VAUDEVILLE AT THE EMPIRE Tonight a elmm;» of program is of- fecttvo at the Eii'phr; Theater. T'K- vaudeville performance ruule a huge hit with the local theatrical goers last week and the- management this week has secured what it considers a imich better bill. George Jones, a real Ethiopenn, Is said to be n very clever entertainer. He does some novel Burton, Jenliins, .Mrs. Philips, Mr. ; W. Harbannh, Me Petera, Crews. : Ault, Dewey, (in gaud. Kenfro, M, Freeman, Mr. ninl Rennols. M'S. Rudd. Geori-e, pencer, llamlllon. 'nT, Biiraell. Wei- iner, .Mr. ami Mrs. Mrs. Meuser, Mrs. TWO MEN PLEAD GUILTY TO CRIMES GROPING IN THE DARK is hail policy; hits of people do it ; no excuse for it. thouy people who tr;itle here a'e nol in tin- dark. We have n full stock- of harness, saddles, rolies and blankets, nl prices to suit all comers. A1F wo wish is to once i>'ive us a •trial. Try our driving jrrovos, ladies or gents (Carsun's); none better. A. B. HEKRINGTON 1617 19th Bt. »EATH CLAIMS LITTLE CHILD OF JOHN COOK. fVmtb last night claimed Ivy, the *» months' old daughter of Mr. and John Cook, residing &t 1102 avenue. The mother and h«J Just come to Bakerafleld their home in Denver two -ago,.. Mr, M4 Mrs. Ba»r. the HARD TIMES SOCIAL Tho Women of Woodcraft will give ;i Hard Times social, Tuesday evening, December 15th, in A. O. V. \V. hall. Admission 10 cents. 115 child's grandparents, are on the way out from Denver, They are expect- sd about Thursday.. The body will be taken to the Colorado city for Interment. Fred Bediieu, the youth who snau-lt di a lady's purse at Nineteenth and ! H streets some night's since and who was subsequently captured in a hot (.•base, plead guilty In Judgfc Mahout court this afternoon to a charge of robbery. Frank Wade, who walked out ol the Ardlzzl-Oleese store with a quantity of goods several days since, alsu plead guilty to burglary. Both men will appear for sentence tomorrow. SPECIAL SALE. Beginning next Monday Maine's Cy- rlery ut 1725 10th street will Inaugurate a special sale. Whereby each person buying uu article valued at 26 cents, will be entitled to a coupon representing a chance to secure free a new standard make bicycle. tt votf "WANT IT ! 5OLD ONLY IN TIN& Bakerafleld Grocery Co. Bakertfteld, Cal. Sola Agent* Phone Main 186. 1717-1719 19th singing and dancing Btunls. There] are illustrated songs and moving plc-i tures and a number of high class vaudeville acts. The full program Is: Overture, "Martha"; George Jones, singing and dancing comedian; Morrello Bros, shadowgraphs; Paul Jones, Illustrated song, "Dixie and the Girl I Love,"; Helen Soule Co., pro- senllng "The Serenaders,"; Chrlslie Dene, sensational figure posing and dancing; Empire moving plctures,"We close at Noon," "Will they ever get"; Stanley & Weaver in "Mrs. O. Grady's Washday." KINGS COUNTY TO BE "DRY" AFTER THE FIRST OK YEAR. Kings County outside of the towns will be "dry" on and after the new year. The supervisors passed before adjourning on Friday last ordinance No. 75, correcting ordinance No. 74 for the closing of saloons of the county outside of the humlclpalltles. No. 74 provides that the saloons shall close ai^er December 31, 1908, but failed to specify that the saloons and dealers In liquor referred to were those outside of the municipalities, describing them only as being in Kings county. By correcting this error at this session the tlem is sufficient that the necessary notification can be given. The date of the closing of the outside saloons will be the same. «_•.<> FUNERAL OF MRS. GALES TOMORROW AFTERNOON. The funeral of Mrs. Florence Gales, who died Saturday evening, will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock from the home of Mrs. L. L. Brooks In the Lowell addition. Mrs. Gales was a nurse and well known In the community. She Is survived by her sister, Mrs. Brooks, and a mother and aunt % Rev. D. M. Crabtrea will officiate. Interment will be at Union Cemetery. Cor. 19th and I S.WISEKOPF Cor. 19th and I Wishes to Announce the Opening of a Grand Selection of Usfeul Gift SSS Bathrobes, Smoking Jackets. Silk Mufflers and Reefers, Silk Suspenders, Silk and Linen Initial and Plain Handkerchiefs Elegant Neckwear, ' Dress and Driving Gloves. White and Fancy Shirts, Sweaters and Sweater Coats. Fine Hosiery and Underwear. Handsome Overcoats and Oavenettes. An inspection is solicited. The Best Clothing Store

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