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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1908. THE BAKBRSPIELD CALTFORNIAN Holiday Suggestions!! Good Things to Eat and Fine China "W carry the finest line of imported godcls to be found in the Valley. Imported Figs in baskets, Stuffed Dates and Figs in boxes and glass. Green Olives in bottles. California Glace Fruits. Pinard Prunes in glass. Shelled Almonds. Lowney's Chocolates in fancy boxes. Beach Nut Preserves. Heinze's Mince Meat in stone crocks and bulj'. Remember we are sole agents for National Crest Coffee. A visit to our store will convince you of the superior quality of our goods and method of doing business. Our stock of Haviland and Imported Hand Painted China is complete. oPople who have called at our store in past week were amazed at, our beautiful display of Haviland Hand Painted China, Cut Glass, Brasses, Carving Sets, Steins and articles in general, which appeal to Christinas shoppers. Bakersfield Grocery Company Tel Maine 186 1715-17 19th. Street CASIORIA For Infante and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought .ANfegetablePreparationfor Assimilating theToodandRegula- tiiigthcStomachs and Bowels of Signature PromolesTHgcslion.Cheerfu]- neas and BesLContalns neither Opnim.'Morphine tibr Mineral. NOT NARCOTIC. in Use Ovei Thirty Years A perfect Remedy for Constipation, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions .Feverishness and Loss OF SLEEP. facsimile Signature of EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. PAPKE AND KELLY FIGHT TONIGHT LOS ANGELES, Dec. lo.—Two of the best middlewelghts in the world, Billy Paplse and Hugo Kelly, are go- lug to box at Vernon tonlpht. Papke and Kelly both have enjoyed Interesting and exciting careers. The former held the world's championship title for a few short weeks, and the latter has been trying for the coveted goal for many months. Papke and Kelly fought twice In Milwaukee, the Kewanee man coming away with the honors. Meanwhile Stanley Ketchel was whipping everything of his weight and inches on the Pacific Coast. Then It became a case of the best man of the west against the best man of the east. They met in Milwaukee nnd Ketcbel won a decisive victory, although Papke's supporters cried "fluke." Ketchel knocked out Kelly and then came the memorable Labor Day return engagement between Ketcbel and Papke at Vernon when Papke startled the glove world by admlnls- j tering to Ketchel one of the most ter- I rifle and pitiful beatings over handed I to a man in the ring. This surprise was only equaled by Ketchel's remarkable reversal of form at Colnm last Thanksgiving day when he stoppcj Ms forirer conqueror In eleven rounds. Now Pnpke finds himself prnettail- ly starting all over again. HP Is again pitted against Kell;-. acknowledged to be the toughest, trial horse that ever aspired to the championship. Rose Stahl is Simply Great A large audience was delighted at ' the Bakersfield Opera House last i night with Rote Stahl in "The Chorus Lady." • The heroine of the clever play, is tough all right—tough but j good, ana she caught the sympathy j of thi' big audience the moment P!IC j entered. Her inimitable walk, hor up-to-Uuto slang, with the finest ui sentiment dropped carelessly into the mass uf Bowery verbiage made for popularity, and through four acts Miss Stahl kept the center of the stage. Indeed, as Patricia O'Brien she IK the play itself, the other characters, aside from the old mother, a typical Irish character, not being above mediocre. The story of the chorus girl, of her trials and temptations, Is told, and the more than sisterly care with which Patricia looks after her younger sister, protecting her good name at the expense of her own, makes a story of heart Merest. Southern Bakersfield's Leading Hole) Cuisine, Service Unuxcellod BnlxtliorItlTu *„»,.0.»A.I.,».I.,.,c, TONIGHT JOHN CORT PRESENTS The ALASKAN By Blethen Figman Girard Staged by Max Figman WITH A SPLENDID CAST OF PRINCIPALS, HEADED BY EDWARD MARTINDEL as "Totem Pole Pete." 60 SINGERS IN THE ENSEMBLES THE FOMOUS DANCING "TIDBITS" CARRIES OWN ORCHESTRA Prices $1.50, $1.00, 76c, 50c, 25o Carriages—Autos—10:46 p. m. Direct returns of the Papke-Kelly fight will be received round by round at the Louvre tonight by a direct wire from the ringside. Tommy Love, manager. COFFEE Three-quarters of coffee is such that we can't touch it; we make five grades of the top quarter. Your (rrorer ii-turris your money If you don't Ultt Schilling'* P.i'st: we Day him. * ' PAINT YOUR HOUSE •I- House painting !s my specialty. •'.• I use nothing but the best mate•!• rli\'\x, guarantee my work nnd •i- charge venBonnWe prices. *.. I. D. MEREDITH, Contractor * 2117 B St. Phone Main 173 Thursday, Dec. 17th Mr. John Cort Presents America's Foremost Comedian, Max Figman In His Latest and Greatest Success The Substitute A Comedy by B, M. Dix and E. G. Sutherland "Firman returns a great comedian"—S. F. Call. 26c, We, 76o, $1, $1.50 Seat Sale Opoas <m GOOD SERMON BY FATHER O'MALLEY Last evening at St. Francis church, where the men's mission Is now go- Ing on L'ach evening, Father O'Malley, the eloquent Jesuit missionary, delivered the sermon on "Intemperance and Impurity." He portrayed man before and after the result of these capital sins had manifested themselves. He pictured the Intemperate man as a destroyer of home and all that goes with It. "You have," said the speaker, "the every day drunkard and that young man, who, although he does not enter the Immoral districts brazenly, under the cover of love enters the home to do h!s evil work." Father Meagher This Evening. St. Francis will no doubt be filled this evening with the many admiring friends of the speaker, Father Meagher, S. J., who will deliver a sermon on "The Confessional." Children Attend Afternoon Misoion. St. Francis was alive with a hundred children yesterday afternoon •who are being addressed each afternoon at 3:30 by one of tho mlsslonar- jles. Instruction Class 7:15 p. m. The Instruction class, hold rarh evening In St. Frauds ha!' for all Frown up Catholics who need more light on the faith, and for non-Ciitho- lies looking for explanations regarding the Catholic faith, Is causing much Interest each evening. Father O'Malley will address the class this i evening. A HOT TIME AT THE FIRST WARD BALL. CHICAGO, Dec. 14—With an at- j tack on a newspaper photographer ana the smashing of hlft camera as I a prelude, the First Ward ball, the j annual affair presided over by Alder! man John Coughlln and Alderman I Michael Kenna, was held in the Coll- Ificiim tonight, all efforts of the church j people and law and order organlza- ! tionB to prevent it having proved un! successful. A largo guard of police ! surrounded the building;, extra pro, cautions bflng taken because of tho 1 explosion of a dynamite bomb In tho 'vicinity last night. Photographers I were forbidden to attend the ball and ;tbf! efforts of one, to violate this rule \ resulted In the attack on blm. , It was estimated that 'he receipts from tho sale of tickets amounted to | almost $25,000. This, according to the regular custom, will be used toward electing the aldermen from the First, whose t^rrns expire next spring. Don't be Late for the Whistle. Go to Geo, L. Snider and buy a = BICYCLE I am Closing. out all '08 models L at a Great reduction All now and up-to-date ; no shop worn or old stock. Yiwt will be pleased with any selection you may make, as every bicycle in my store is "Al" article of the grade. Tires! Just received a fresh shipment of the best. I want your tire business ; I can take care of you in a way that wiS be satisfactory. The Holidays are on us. A question is, what to get for that present Select something beneficial and useful. Nothing better than a Bicycle. Get Something for home entertainment an Edison Phonograph is the proper article. Have I got them? Bet. you. Call and see and hear them, the up-to-date. Play both the lute Amlierol or 4 minute, and the Gold Mould or 2 minute records. I am headquarters for Edison phonographs and records; th« largest and most complete stock in Kern county. I sell Edison Phonographs on installments. Just received a large shipment of Zon-o-phone records; will sell at a reduced price. I also have a select assortment of pocket eutelry; also razors, the best ever. Call and examine my line, will be pleased to see and slum you. Bicycle and Talking Machine repairing a specialty. A nice line of Cabinets for Edison Records in stock. GEORGE L. SNIDER Phones Main 295, Main 1185 958 Baker Street, Kern, Cat CROUP QUICKLY CURED. Calltoriilnn want ads.: three ilnys, Sfe. Don't Let the Child Choke to Death .While Waiting For the Doctor. Hyoniel, the miraculous, antiseptic, dry air treatment, will cure croup In eltbcr the first or second stages. Ea»i!y Inhaled, even when the breathing' la Irregular, It reaches more promptly i than any other remedy the terribly Inflamed membrane of the windpipe. Its ' soothing balsam B act Immediately, the j inflammation Is allayed and the swell-! Ing reducer!. "Not long ago our little boy, Walter, awoke In the night with a bad attack of croup. We allowed him to Inhale i Hyomcl; he began to breathe easier, I nnd In half an hour was fast asleep. I I am glad to speak a good -word for a j ri'inoily that will roh croup of Its ter- rors."—Re.v. Geo. Slsson, pastor of M. E. church, South Londonderry, Vt. Hyoinei (pronounced (Hlgh-o-me) Is Kiiaranteod by druggists to cure ca- | tarrh, coughs, coldB, asthma, bronchitis and croup, or money back. A complete outfit, Including a neat hard rubber pocket Inhaler, costs only $1. An extra bottle of Hyotnel, If afterwards needed, costs bu 50 rents. Kahler Says: Now is tin- thno to rn:>.lu> your selection* from i. ..complete slock <;f -1C Goods C. J. Planz, President Arthur 3. Crltes, Cashier. A BANK ACCOUNT FOR CHRISTMAS There is no gift for your boy or girl that compares with n hank account. It will make many a Merry Christmas for years to come, because it teaches the wise use of money, instils economy and thrift and helps to form the waving habit, AViwn making up your list of Christmas presents, include a Bank Book with the First Bank of Kern. 4 per cent interest paid on time deposits and Saving accounts. MECHANICAL TOYS WE HAVE A FEW LEFT FROM LAST YEAR WHICH WE WILL 8ELI- FOR • COST HOLIDAY GOODS SEE OUR CHRISTMAS CARDS A WEABBR. 1822 Chester ave Phone Msln 4 McDonald's Famous Candies We have just put in o line of tlipsc 1 fine candies awarded five fiokl medals throughout the world for quality. Try Annett's Bakery 1627 19th St. Phone M 390 Suitable presents for young and old at prices to suit all. Be sifre and come. HEADQUARTERS FOB CHRISTMAS CARDS AND BOOKS. BAKERSflELD DRtG CO. Kahler Bros, PHONE* MAIN 42 Corner 19th A I 8t«. Safe Rent One Now Deposit Cheap Necess»ry Handy Safe Boxes Bakersfield Abstract Company QEO. HAY, Mgr. Chester Ave. and 19th 8t > BM«m«irt. The Little Racket Stess The little store of L. T. Godley & Co., corner 18th ami Chester avenue, is still adding new lines o£ 5, 10, 15 nnd 2. r )c dry goods and notion specialties. Our latest will lie the, Richardson embroidery outfits, which i.s the most popular embroidery line in the world. We invite the Indies to call mid inspect a few samples, already received. Join a Kiehardson Club ind learn the beautiful art of embroidering. We give special prices on many articles. L. T. QODLEY & 00. Dr. J. S. Weiser Manager of the Weiser Optical Co., 1033 I street, Fresno will be in Bakersfield the week commencing Monday, December 14, 1'JOS, and will stop at th« New Southern Hotel. Eyes Examined Fra All^Work Guaranteed

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