The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 15, 1908 · Page 8
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THE BAKEESPIBLD CALIFORNIAN TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1908. Big' Sale 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>OR $11.85 In this sale are included suits frorri such well kmwn 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 most 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. Just For Christmas We ItaVe classy, cie\er gil't goods I'or every n^e and condition. They are lirtter than nsiidl, cmhniciiig (he newest ideas. Our prices are as attractive as our iroods, so tonic early for the hest pickings. Give Her Perfumery for Christmas, We •A'oulil like In show you the latest, long-life, daintiest odors in hand- .siinie. unii|ue holiday packages. She will appreciate thc'u. A Kodak. For a Man? \ fountain pen; — per, feet writiny;, solid gold •pen and handsome trimmed hfiiTi'l; si/.e con- renienl*. No leaking, hie; ink capacity. They cost not too much. See the beautiful display In our windows. Baer's Leading OruggiiU. Special Attention to mail orders. SPECIAL SALE. beginning next Monday'Malno's Cy- elery at 1725 19th street will Inaugurates a special sale. Whereby each per- *m buying nn article valued at 25 cents, will be entitled to a coupon representing a chance to secure free a new Btandard make bicycle. tt jToo Late For Classification AI'ITION SAI,K--Sallirihiv. December Ktih, I'.uis, tit i!::;o o'clock, Hank- nipt stock of up-to-date millinery good at 17;',u I'liester aventio. Goods on display Friday. Roy White, Auctioneers. j|)j KOK SAU'V-'lloiiH'holil furniture as lil- , with jirlvilene 01 renting , iii will sell liy piece. Owner away. Call between 2 and (i HI 171.") IMll Mree(. telephone '•'•'<-• 11G ri nm SA1.K Twenty liead ol \\ell liniKc drivini; liomcs, etc. Sonic >,i.|iile lioi'.<cs. For sale at the i'.ice iradi. Conn.' e.irly and x take yoiii" picl.. I.. ,1. havers. US PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING— Julius l.iinlesren Is an export tuner and rep.iirei- of pianos. Ho lias highest recommendations from the best of pianists and vocallstH and from Steinway & Sons and other llrst I'liiss piano manufacturers. Leave onlei's at Baer's drug store. I'tione, .Main 3<J. H.I NVAN'TKD—-A Position as housekeeper liy a middle aged lady. Apply 1T.IS I! street. Phone Main i;:r>7. 118 WANTICI)titrl for work in family of 1710 utiili st. 1'lione general IIOUHO- three. Apply lit Main i:H;l m WANTKI)—Woman to do general housework on farm, for family ol three. Ring up Farmers iSS. IP. HARD TIMES SOCIAL The Women of Woodcraft wtll give a Hard Timed social, Tuesday evening, December 16th, la A. O. U. W. hall. WHAT I WANT YOl' TO HO—1 want you to no with me, and look at this 4u nrres; It's nice level land, well checked and In alfalfa; a six room house, barn, two good wells. If you are convinced that it is a good buy, i hat It will make you money, that It Is good value at $",'> per acre, then pay mo $1200 cash, Imlunco In 1 and 2 years—and move right In. H. A. Moovo, room 11, Hopkins building. Phone Main 433. 117 DUTCH TAKE ONE WARSHIP WtLUCMSTADT, Dec. 15.— The Dutch battleship Jacob Vonhaeniskerk arrived here at s o'clock this morning, towing as a priz*; the Venezuela roast guardtdilp, "25 Do Mayo." The ••;>-> De Mayo" was captured December 13th to the north of Cumana on the Gulf of Curacao. The Dutch took possession and sent a prize crew aboard, \\hilu the Venezuelan crew \\as sent ashore. While clased a a coast guard- ship, it really is one of the mills of the Venezuelan navy. NEGRO WOMAN SLAIN IN THE TENDERLOIN ' (Continued From Page 1.) out of there quick ana to call the police. I did." The remains were removed to Dlx- on & Sons' morgue. There were but three bullet wounds the ones In the elbow and side and the one In the head. Allcoud's Injuries Slight. Paul Allooiirl, who Tvns driving with John Roth, Immediately turned his horses for town and going to the office of Br. Rogers had his wounds dressed. One bullet entered his right hand at the knuckle of the index finger and made its exit at the base of the thumb. The wound In the right side may have been caused by the same bullet. Autopsy this Afternoon. Drs. Crease and Schafer were called for the autopsy this afternoon. The Rellly woman was arrested as a witness. The deceased woman is said to be a Hnnford girl and her father is engaged in the tailoring business in that city. The Williams woman is a new comer. She is a very small w^o- man and apparently is younger than 21 years. Her victim was a large woman and stout. The Ladies Aid of the Kern M. E. church will hold their next business meeting at the church on Wednesday, December 16th, at 2 p. m, AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE J. H. Jones Carter's Hotel, Marlcopa Bakersfleld Garage, Bakersfleld. Main 142. Main 1260 N NOTES AND PERSONALS. I.. A. McCray, the oil man, Is up from his home in Hollywood. Leonard Merrill is here from Los Angeles, Al T-hackery went to the \Yost SUie y.lhls morning. Vttfi\ Kingston WHS -u town yesterl day, returning to n,,, \ V est Side thl< morning. I-. K. Dona is in town. DEPOSIT YOUR MONEY—In a savings hank and get 3 or 4 per cent. Deposit here and double It. 17 2-3 acres, all flue garde.-, land, with Kern Isl.-uid water, small house etc, one mile from Southern hotel, $:!60U Easy terms, R. A. Moore, Room 11, Hopkins bid. phone Main 433. 117 Mrs. Andrews' dancing class will meet tomorow night at the Woman's Club Hall, 8 o'clock. Telephone Main 1407. 116 FOB BALE EUCALYPTUS TREES 3,000,000, Leading Varieties Eucalyptus Land, and Timber Company, Edward C. Cribb, Pros. W. 8. Thatcher, Seo'q. 123 So, GROPING IN THE DARK in had policy; lots pf people do it} no oxcnso for it, thong people who trade here are not in the dark. We have a full stouk of harni'SH, saddles, robes and blankets, at prices to suit all coiners. All we wish is to once give us a trial, Try our driving groves, ladies or gents (Carson's); none better. A. B. HEBRXNGTON 117 i9tn m. Why Not Present Him With a Suit or Overcoat lor Xmas? Uuscfni presenu j in > ,, lost appreciated. Maybe your brother, father, hnsl>nn<| or son i. s j )1s t fairly aching to j-vt cm.. i,r mir handsome stylish Suits or Overcoats. Wouldn't i! he a pleasant surprise, if you selected one f,,r him by yourself? If the si/.e isn't right or the patent isn't exactly to his liking, come hack with him and we'll make it right the day after Christmas. It will !„• mi unusual out-of-the- ordinary C'hristmas present. It's a simple muter lo hity clothing at "The Huh." One price to all. lu-eryihing marked in plain figures. Actual! child ran l, U y clothing here with as much sidety us to values mid satisfaction, as a grown person. No old rnmniiigo. to work off. We're here to serve everybody right—and we do. OTHER IStfl'L GIFTS Combination sets ot Silk Hoefer ith Ties to match, tomhmation sets of Silk Suspenders with ftose Supporters and Arm Hands to match Silk and Linen Initial and I'laiu Handkerchiefs. Dress Gloves, silk lined and tuilined Silk MufJlcrs and Reefers. Sweater Coats for Men and Boys House Coats. Bathrobes, Neckwear, Suit Cases and Bags. WHEN IN DOUBT BUY A MERCHANDISE ORDER S.WISEKOPF Corner 19th and I 8U. WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF BOYS' CLOTHING

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