The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 15, 1908 · Page 4
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THE BAKERSFIBLD CALIFORNIAN TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16, WOS. j Hochheimer's Gifts are Gifts of Quality ^ When in doubt Give a Gift Certificate jt The Xmas Store This is the Greatest Christmas Store of Bakersfield We're ns busy us cut! lie now—and h<>\v we do enjoy waiting on the vnst throng of enthusiastic shoppers! This is the greatest Christmas store in Kern county—people know Hint it's easily the most important and the best merchandise store in town. Do fill vonr ("'hrislrmis -.lionninfl' hen- \v'n<'iv vou knoW that evervthniL' chosen from our nonulnr mid well liked store will be acceptable. Qualities are always up to .standard and superior service , _ „_.„ Lf 1*TJ jl l*J^ b ' I I I ir> 1.111CI-1 OHM*" III I \ ' " I I I V,-' ' M l I I t » — ~tt\.'.M J/ H... t\ ll\J IV 11KII II ** > ii -T« 1 1 > i, »» \j in,\rn u t HI tl\ Do fill your r.'hristrmis -hoppi'is? hen: where yon knoW that everything chosen from our popular i sii|ierinr trends nn<l snperi"! 1 values nre iriv. M >'>n in every little purchase, ii" matter ho\v small it is. I _>> < Ii *i *•>!>!• t-i i «-,.,.. I,.. .,n.. t',.n f ' I. tit!-,4 ....., . . l , . i .' . i , p i,4 4 Ii ii f 4 i >ii >) r\f 4-lisk *l,. i • t • 1111 If lifix. T u m rtt*n t i t%i A -f i -'Ml 111 ' > V A J" 1 I t I M. I'llIUlICttMi I' 1 ' I i i <f ».*"-• • i i» »» >-iiii(t*f « t IOt the inoriiin"; hours i'..r ('hristinas s ! en'iiiir at that lime of the day you'll have more time to wander leisurely around the store and make your selections. •'live in the afternoon.' Try it tomorrow—and then a.tr.'tin 'he next morning. See how wonderfully it works! he, n tellin-yon, we on.L'ht to be nblc to save lots of i hristinas worries and fatigue and'to efiminnte many of the common unfortunate Christmas .\n hour in the ni«>i -niii:: is wortli two ll'yon will s)ni]i e ; : y in (he ni'irnin^ toninrv, • :.iiiiLT to maki' a morning start. i ore mne- on ; 0 Of Course He'd Like a Smoking Jacket Lounging or Rath Re be -&.•<* , vt:, • ", • o- ' i -,:••:,• .your P,,*- ( "' 1 n r , ,. -My .-;t a i:, .-, /.I Kit i U.I VJlU v (. ,'.' on Christmas List Why shouldn't | 1( , ),,, ? There's , lit.'d wo '.M he be if ihev were eh We h-«v.' .•:>! e ( ,I..rs in all 1h,. now '- •''•''"• lo iii!\v ;t royal : il prieo to plea !'! M MI.in appreciates or j especially pleaseij and di-- | fi'oin our jir.e assortment, i •;---and you can be sure ' i ion if you : _'i\v him any ' • •• '•-sti ;*&&;}#&:•.. -..v.-. ,••,*..• %vg -3T •i^V.v i Christmas Shoppers For Men Look do\vn your shoppiii'..- ;!.-,( -—why snr", (here's .slippers \vi-itteu down I'or father, mother, sister and mavbe brother! i -And h/'ro are just the styles yon want: What to Give Man < Men's'suppers, $1. F .-,, . i Viei kid, tan and black slip- or Christmas • ; pors ; iumsoie. Men's Slippers, $1.75 in thr- y.' Ma!<c . ,rt'T- .TCI Ci ••-: - - '.,- ,>••,; will be a pleasure. We injure p.'^f.p- ">' i'.vt'"' n, courteous trp itiu:et, :..!"••;•!• r vM- ues, superior goods and superior service in all your Christmas buy- Ing. Make this your h-ippie?t Christmas and buy nil yuur gifts I'l-.rt. At $1.25 a JV,>iv A 1 :i.Y-'i - ;\<ir i" I. id :. ! v' -: n i ii.lv U.I. At 83.75 I*: i Shop t.-i!y in the \\eek—: -i-' i n the day i« •-.- -V. -.vv-. V '-.'-: ;«•&•:•'• *«••:*.•*: •'<*;-' Shop early in the week—c"riy In the day Tan and black T'onioes; turn >"' use- : .soles: low heels. I" be what ' • ; - Men's Slippers, $2. ti'ini- • f'i-t bny bin; fill -I'll'', it's -r! he wants. sn ,,.,, v ,,jj, ):i . - j,,,!,! ,. ,,,Vi|i|!i voiu- l '''" n v ' e ' ' : ' ( ' .s!i|'ij)ers, trii 'flii-i'stinas' "ii'l li-'t • ' i n "' 1 ' '" ^''aek patent leather. Men's Slippers, $2.50 Men's tan alligator slippers; Tailored Suits of Style and Smartness Lots of Excitement / These Days in Our Toyland! Gloves, $1 to $2 [).>nt's imported kid, sill; lined doirskin -*»nd mochas. ; , .. ... Reefers and Mufflers, :">0e to ! tlll ' n soles; common sense heels. $2.50—In blaek. white and col- I Women -g Slippers, $1.25 Hats, $2 to $5—SV.ft nnd Per- | \Vomeu's iVlt slippers: trim- by hats in all the new shades j nied in tin"; turn soles; common and sh.-ip.-x. ' | ,-eiise heels. Suit Case Headquarters Trunk Headquarters tlir. ehil- nriosity is ld Santa Yh' .--e are happy. Itaj.tiy day •; in T-; '••:.! -tin •--,!.• ar •I'vnV i-:d ClH-iMni.is .lays wiient heir ;,tiiUM;;Mu un<l •'"'"'' '•"'' I" '!>" hi-'hest Pitch. \vund.-ri-!- if dear old. ! ! ' |!1 " !|1 ' ;i; ''' tliei:' want-, and if he wi!! '.riti- the ciuht in'esenl 1,> 'iia)>e ihein liappv on Christinas im>niin<" ''• Mini.,. And llu'sc me enjoyahle days t'oi' molhers, too— when they Hs- r.,, e.Mvfnlly (,, ,|,e wants of their children and know that to,m,,, n.xv the t,,ys thai aave been ask.-d Curare ^i rl . to l, Hoehhenner s h, r-e assortment. I Get That Christmas Trunk or Suit Case Here | Th.-r,-'-, re.diy i woman ihan a .u'o i a n-e!'nl one and '• \ ; •- i _\,, (| ,,. :: , ||( | |ll) or suit ease. We tn;;:i !,a I 's;non- anpreeiated l.y a man or a -.r S 'ii! ease. It's a la'stint' present, necr-s^a • v OTH\ i . u . ( . j., !(|W Wi , ( ,. |t] j,],..,^, y,, u ,„ fl trtm i c< ^,.j,, e the must complete line in town They're well made, have all the new up-to-date nnd modern ini- soleete,] from j provements. and are the kind that will ahvavs do ' W ood serviee ' J is weM ,,, f , Jlti f() ,. W( , k , 1()W thflit ( ., |s(j ()l , fn ' ink , lt ; Siut at $27.59. ''••' ;:•:;;, \'. ::•. :'...: r ^li'itie; Ii nir se '!,..! ; trimmed in .-tons ; '.rured skirt Thai Sanla Tinas may be sun- to deliver the toys wanted, all j The money invested in a sum to he jnst as we represent moihers should he IMIVIII-J- now. We're sellin;.' more Chrisi-u.-is toys ! them— superior in every way. now at. this time of the year than ever before. ! I *>R to prims and si;:es, we have them nil. .Make our loyland yonr liend<inarters, for we have the !nr"<»Ht i t? and best assortment of toys in Kern County ° i y sel( ' r:1l<)ns ' as . v °" know,. are always best. We always Lowest price* prevail 'here, as nsnal " ! S ° n " T*' K1X>al number ° f "'"* ' ' [ nas, so choose yours tomorrow. aml trunks for The Christmas Store Give Sensible Gifts , i liise £ McKuii;;,: in liUl" On Trial. .-.-'.'iv.-'.. ;r . 'ii-.eil of j;il!lll'.; :.]. : :i K.-ru City Uist Ailg- j ' r.st, \\.i- ]il;i< ' i ..'i '. i;il in .I'l'l^e M:i- j 'linn's t-.i!i't tiiii ; iiioniint;. The aceus- ) i eil is il>•!••!.(led liy K. 1^. Foster ami ! ! District AU'.vm-y l.uird uvul IK-pwly T , , ,, , i, ,'., .,, lluill iweiiiy-fiiin h.iiirs atler ilie liiir- 'rcd Itedella. the purse ,„„.,.her, -InMii I-.-|,U-M..,| the people. j s ,. lly ,,.,,, |K , ( , U ( , mi|1 , U|t . (1| ;ii(i| ^ i before Judge Million thin uun-u- • I" 'Ii'' torennui e:i;ht Jurors were u ..;iu v. ho . niereii i,m/. driu;• .-'m-,.,.;,;• for sentence and \ |irs In San Quentln. ?"rank Wade, who plead Charge of burglnvy in . niei in w , were .hum K HosUln^, Harry Mnssena, ,-;,„,, f.cy's blacUBlmth shop, WHS :v.,i- .li.lin S ,(v,v..,l<l. 1'hrln Hnedy, J. \Y. ^nink Huiker, n wnlte,- .., \\' m T. I ' '' : "'> H '"". >H tl'e nuin i;u MARSHAL McKAMY CAPTURES^ LUTZBURGLAR-GETS LOOT LIU t'lvrn Elx ' i 'M'iir.'i! :md :lie inuiel helng exhaust- ; !y yesienlny inoviih'^ ;ind -..'i.!.. S''",ri ieil u ,i,w venire; was ordered fori w "'" !l '" Jewelry Iro.n (•'. \\ . l',,;,'i,,,, ' ... , 4 j M>II, behind Ule bill's 111 liie enlinlv lull guilty to this nffiiin'm. 'llie juror, accepted . mi| ,.,,. .^^^ ^, hu) r:p ; ;,",> ^ morn end ol' town about the sup " i::..,- '><.' Lntx linrglary w».s coniini!., 1 i, i .^..-\.| eral ii;.mt'i' burglaries, .\iiir.-liii! Me- K:iiny searched his room an i iimliiiv; OF THE WORLD LAST tin- loot, immediately arre.-.te,) UK.- ceil to two yonra In Ilie same , ii ii fr.isliuul.il. II. BAKERSFIELO till l\ •• 11 ii I I feliU '•••-' •• • • • ' ' :ju-wvj-,',v. i .;-^:-.-.';. i vs-- :•' M-Tr.i*->ire .' a*-*-^v"ima O J*," |hc American Amuccnv-nt Cooip.niy Offe.-; Mr. 3:i:iford L' by Miss Louise M 'rahul, in Goetn 's, Mrsterplecj The r '"' -i*. Electrical ?.*onl Fight, The W.-"r.iprful Brocken Seen';. Tho D:ir;~ t of Death in l'\e Bracken Zarload of Scenery and Elccirical Effect*. 8 Buy Beats Thursday. 25c, 60o, 75c, $1.00 The sin|..n articles of -.-. I'.'H'ki"! ;i\\ay In bi^ <uii i I'.'oni, N'.i. ^i), at the Cui-iii Uarl-.ev ,|..|lies lli;.| !i,. I ile fi'ihie. eiallll l!l •, Mi .! '; . i.' , • • .'i 1 :'.,; Ilie ,;,.H,-i'\ \\ I'll I >',0 1-l.lbles, Mil i ;,.,. ' •' ' ! > . :' ,.r,l .'. l.'ely 11 ;. n '•• '•• I.' In !.. |>l'-'. i :: i • : '. .. 1 '• ' • " ("i < ' 111" i'..M i ' ''ii .1 an I ii.ieli!;'., .,,-,. ' : ' !' ' : i . ' .' ' S ' ' i i i ..: [' GOVERNMENT WINS OVER TOBACCO TRUST. NK\V YORK, Dec. 15.—By il.i'ive of the Federal Circuit Cmirt, lu the government's suit against the American Tobacco Ci.mpany and others, delivered i his iii'teriioon, It is iK-clarud '!ie Amt'i'lcan Tobacco Com. .Hi! . the Am 1 rlftm Snuff • my and l?iai-!:w..!r.~ Duri . i 'or.ii'fuiy an- ii in.'ii"in)ly .::. .ic.ist'U In l!'.«-'^al '.•euililn- a, The <i'<;ioe I'.-lnilia ili ironi i'orti t ;u a-rl ;:.ie.-- ~i , 'iimneree until : uiniM-ii- Cuilty cf BurQlary. . ;_ ;. _ "'^ '.•' 1 "i.',s lias I'oiinil ;;i;ilty of 1 " ' ' '" Jl ''^'' i!l • l "" 1! " l; "'"""^ ( ' oun BLACKER GIVES BAIL The largest Initiation ever held In Hakorstlekl occurred last evening when 275 candidates became members of the local lodge of the Woodmen of tho World. The ceremonies took place In Armory hall and the big auditorium I tho loc^al lodge. wns taxed by the riders of the goat and the many lodge members who were present to usher in the new | f hoppers with appropriate exercises. ' The following officers, tos-vther j with the members of the o\ecuiivoi body of the local lodge, conducted tho work in a very creditable manner: Pi-^t Head Advisor Sumlorlnud, Tlead i Adviser Clinton E. Veale. and M. T. Moses, editor of the Pacific Woodman, were tlie visitors who took part, while C. D. Oldershaw and Organizer Craw were the representatives from tho loc^al lodge. Wasco License Was Granted NOTICE. rwniirT F ( P iTY P orwr-''Vt;' CONDUCT CITY Rtwtr. Kn Tbe application of J. A. McC,o\ira ; for a license to conduct a saloon at . | WaB co was granted by the snpervis- Uv ur.l"! 1 of il" I'.oavi -•,.,,,-..-.-:! ora today, and the tax collet-tor was I' 1 '- rl"'wi < il i.' r"i>, ,!^ l ' sn ,° I(! ' the Git? i InatriK-ted to ISHIIO the license. The • iv.Mliifei'.s S'u'iM''; ii.riV '''.' ' ' ,,.' "Vi'p l'> ' l "°"" 11 Wils " l:i| le by 3ii|iervii-(.|- (,'iiv- ; •'. ..'clock n, "!,. ,,n ii. -cei' . - : 'V. j .jus. ' sett and st'fonded by Suiiervl'-or rfi,'' , v .'' r ' '!"'','', , s '!,''; -'.'•'.'' '••""•'•>!, ".''j Woody. '' ''.'.V;: 1 ! 1 -.N'IK i',. 1 ';.' ' ' , i) .'i j' v ,'. i'e d ,' Ill tills connection, Chairman .?'IH' ; ,',' : '' ! i'. '','•'' : ; ', i^\l''' I"' 0 - wll ° '^I'^'K^'fl hlmaelf as oppos- COMPLAINT IS FILSD. ilient'ot V.Vi'/il'n'.i 'r!^''!;^™""!^ iie;,,lrkilli t.-n In _t .A .'iij.v ve-,: having been ,,i assault with a NOTICE. " i ;•;_ *• ";;"|!; n1 ' ".; TI. a'1 wiiom ii in.i\ eon".'.-.!' .i.i'iuKv \veano\i \vlih atteropt to com- I"'-- ;'' - f>].n «nits or othorwlse, that may None.- is hereby i-nej: ih.ii di,.! • . ., , ,, , ! result troin the disnosal of saiil sew- 'i 1 '. i.-,,.! 1 ,; ,.: (a, Ci.nniv.lit'; mil murder, for his attack on Adrian : at;';. iii'iV'' eoii'iraci'.Vi b'v eiiuu'. • Von 1'lanli a week fl^o today, wag re-; 'Ue.l. Decem^ei la uns^ 1 — _L^~_ „ ^. tu: CIei ' k McLeod is here from the iioliiilll/olilee I'v'ulimiimmem 'or'^id I Il ' as0(1 froul the collnt - v jnl1 la&t even ' 12 ~' 5 s!?i!^' u 1 / ^rlK^'ft'Wfc^'"^! 1 " 15 on *- 500 bont18 ' R f; Davls aud J - !i ' iind urtinteii bv. the Hoard. Aus Stoner aro the sureties. Blacker Honth id Ki-aniod bv the Hoard. Hv onlor of tho Hpani. » .^ ^ » T »,, Attest: I. L. Mil Hpani. \l. A. JA8TRO, y nat WaiL of Board. lor. Clorfe. 12-16 Aim Stoner aro the sureties. Blacker spent tho night at the home of hta brother, Allen Blacker. south. The Wbraen of Woodcraft will hold a apeotel meeting thla erenlog. stated after the session that the or- flimuieo iuU'Uded to regulate ttio 1s- Hiiancu of liquor licenses outside, of Incorporated towns would be taken up at an early day. Mrs. K. H. Harris gave a dinner party last evening. The guests were delighted with the coffee, Mrs. Hai* rls always uses Folger's Golden Gala whole roast, and grinds it herself. Not too fine, pulverized coffee Is bitter.

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