The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 17, 1908 · Page 3
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, IfJOS. THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN Buy all your Xmas Gifts at WELL'S Christmas #ift buying is a pleasure here. We've n stoiv thiit is well filled \vitli useful and m'eeptnble gil'ts and any present From hero will please the recipient. ("hoo.se from these: Waists Neckwear Hosiery Dress Goods Toys Blankets Gloves Underwear Belts STRONG CHORUS FOR THE LADIES' MINSTRELS DEC.2i The chorus for the ladles' minstrels, componcd of some ;>.") voices, Is now regularly rehearsing for the big show to he given at the Bakersfleld Opera House on the evening of December 2S. And the catchy songs, along with the enllveninu environments are sure to I please. In the chorus will be the fol-| lowing: Misses Mollie Harris, Elsie Slater. Rachel Smith, Kate Grenville. Millie Smith, Florence Houghton, Hel-; 'ii Hill, Ceclle Richardson. Nettie; (irenville, Myra Surface, Marguerite] Llghtner, Florence Reynolds, Mildred , Dlxon, Ethel Oimther. Marguerite j f'oyne, Rachel Grogs, Hnzel Oundlae.ii, I'hyllis Carver, Ysabel Forlcer, Ardls ilnre, Bessie Harris, Bertha Owen, I Serf ram Duncan, Helen Frye, Clyde NiKhbert, He-nice Hnrrell. Gladys, Ughtner. Alma ForUer. Marguerite Robertson, Douglass Macmurdo, Ro- liorta Holtby, Marjory Trude, Mrs. Scott, Mrs. .1. B. Wrenn, Mrs. Wade Argabrite, Miss Jane Barber. Besides ihe chorus, there will be specialties by the folowini; talent: Solos, Miss Bessie Harris. Mist, .lime li-irber. Miss Alma Forker, Miss Melon Krye and Miss Florence Houghton. Sont; and dance by Miss Alma Fori.••!• and Miss Gladys Llghtner. Football song by Miss Mollie Harris :ind Miss Ysabel Forker. The first part with its wealih of .'nke«. and songs will close with :\ clog •!;iuce by the end men, or ladies, rath- The sale of lieUeta is pruaresslni' - 'tisfartorlly, and there promises to be a rush for reservations when the box office opens on December L'i'.tli. Phones—Dry Goods, 142 Hardware, 224. Groceries, 142 1418-1422 Nineteenth Street. Taft Talks of 'University Glee the Future! Club Coining -\K\V~ YORK, Dec. 1«.— President - Klect Taft was the guest of honor tonight ;K the twenty-third annual din-' ner of ti,p Ohio Society in New York.' Around the 100 tables placed in tin I'linton H. Morse, manager and til- ". •;<)!• of the University of California iiee Club, was In town Wednesday ompleting arrangements for the visit Hay Seed Carnival NEXT ATTRACTION AT DREAMLAND RINK FRIDAY NIGHT. BIG PRIZES For the best hayseed characters, first and second prizes for both lady and gentleman. Another race, the funniest one yet, come and find out what it is No advance in Prices. « N. SMITH. Manager. grand ball room in Astor gallery of, of the club to Bakersfleld on Juauary the Waldorf-Astoria hotel were men '•- ll} ^ wh( , u tn wi ,j play Qt |hc Bak . S;!?\H^ House. Mr. Morse re- Hi 1 ,,. ports thai this year's club is by far Taft took advantage of the occasion ; the host ever heard at the unlveslty. in a speech filled With more earnest- i N , iar!> 2uul) people turned out to hear ness t.hnn any he has delivered sine; ; his election, to pledtre his adminis- them in a recent concert at Berkeley tration and his party, so far as he can and applauded them for ten minutes control it, to a loyal adherence to tho ;,rt e r t| u > program was completed. Chicago platform. He dwell almost wholly upon the revision of the tiirlff. which l;e singled out as the most Owing to the flue concert given by -the boys in this city last year they portant^ declaration made at tho last will no doubt be greeted by a largo A section wlllbereser vedforuniver- A section will be reserved for uni- national convention and after having • nouse previously referred to the veto power of the chief executive, said with all the emphasis of which he was capable: "Belter no revision at all, better ., ., . ,. . that the new bill should fail unless we VOTS "y m «'» so that they may atlcnd have an honest and thorough revision i'" a body, on the li;'.sls laid down and the principle outlined in the party platform." Taft ,ilso referred to the Sherman antl-trusi law and declared for its enforcement as one of the Roosevelt pol- ir'.o - ;:...; the party had pledged Itself to carry forward. A MT. WHITNEY STATION TO MEASURE SUN'S RAYS. MORLEY'S THEATRE Masonic Temple, 2007 Ch ?ler Avenue Aon ission lOc No Higher Continuous Performance 7:30 to 10:30 P. M. BOX OFFICE OPEN 7:15 to 9:15 STRICTLY HIGH CLASS MOVING PICTURES AND ILLUSTRATED SONGS; FUN AND AMUSEMENT FOR EVERYBODY. , "Life of Christ," 33 s<-r-«;; , ,,,•.-_- .-.'--S•?. fcS— Nearer My God to Thee" r*"' "•':.••-'• i--afict Production, "Holy City." Singing by Quartet .1 -.•"?••• '" ~ '" Entire change of Program Monday and Thursday uights. MaKtn-e Saturday and Sunday. Cr.ipons given every night. Nov. 23d,24-plece quadruple plate Rogers Bros.' set to holder of lucky coupon. i H OLLY G ENUINE HOLLY Roses, Carnal ions. Violets and Chrysanthemum*. First elass N'ursery Stock, Trees, Shrubs. Orders promptly filled. HOLLY WREATHS CHESTER AVENUE NURSERY ALBERT WEEDALL, Prop. Cor. Sivtli St. and,Chester Ave. Phono Main 745. Southern California. It has been found that Information in tins direction more readily In obtained by wording at an altitude of comparative grealuess, as earth ''ire- nu rs are of less strength in such places and the- light force :s s.re;tter because of less cloud intcrfcrenei— _ l.os Angeles Express. ^X^J^KSSZ. MONEY isr^rs;^" tigations in the realms of astro-physics j A FARMERSVILLE MAN. next, summer, when a station for the I .measurement of the suns radiation n r T ,,,..,,„.,„„ or FTrmersvllle will be established there by the Smith- O. G. Biunoage or FarmersMlle sonlan institute. ' will soon have a fig orchard in bear- This information was convoyed from < ing at his place east of that town. Washington to the Kxpress by ah As-U-oxt March Ihe trees will be three con^ned^bf P$!Tr5: K^'EX.™ *«" °<« "" "« e.pocU to harvest charge of the observatory on Mt. next summer slmethlnp; !!!;,> 4T- Wilson. [pounds to the -.iciv- V- • ' •... ./.*•«.-t's ' Invesiigaiions o; me work of meas-. ; .,re IP. f .-•'.- >•";.« ;m«jut two tons to '--.: -.-rrr ivill bo the crop. The prlcso - V..' .vtiliott. for tne product has been $100 a ton ,iiiy."-,. ;,,--.i.,,..-jr.. < ;-f i b"-|ihyhlcal observa-iin the sweat box and at this figure ,-,,,•.•• •;.""!ne Smithsonian institute, In j the profits are large. The figs pick t ' l ' l ' M ''. 1 , , • , . ,. i themselves, In other words drop off Mr. Abbott devotes himself to re- | .. . ' . searches in Washington in the winter i" 110 " thc ' srounA. and are gathered and pass(.-H ihe time from May to Oc-' and dried for two days. Theeafter tober on Mt. Wilson, where last sum- they are treated to a brine solution nier a concrete station to shelter the of hot ter and are thcn A f I delicate and intricate instruments in ,, „., ,,,,'• packing. The growers pay the freight I to the Fresno packing house, some uring the radiations of Old S been in progress «•: ?>i( V three vc .: -. •.-.-: ih '..- use was erected. Althoui;h tne .new station to he erected on Mt. Whitney will be at an altitude of about 15,<Hio feet, that on Mt. Wilson still will be the headquarters for astro-physical research in Where Holiday Rates will you spend the Holidays Everybody can make Holiday Trip Santa Pe Holiday rates in effeet between all stations where one way fare does not exceed ten dollars. Tickets on sale Doc. 23-24-25-31, 1008 and January 1, 1909. Limited for return Jan. 4, 1909. Let us suggest Sun Francisco -Oakland—Berkeley- —Stockton — Fresno — Merced Hakersliehl— Yisalia— Ifanford. I'limie or call on \. J. Hudson, Ayt Holidays Rates SHERIFF'S SALE. ! No. 2*4.". ' , .Miitteson and WilHain-nn Mannfac- |"ir!ng Co.. Plaintiff, vs. Oldersliaw; , lire"., a conarl nershiii c'oiauosed of C 1 .'. i i>. Oldersliaw and F. II. Olde-^lmw. He- I I'.v virtue of n;i ("ieCil'lull i---iled out ! •of i lie Sniierioi 1 C'our 1 oi i!ie Countv I MI: l.os Alluebv. S'ate of Calfornia. ! I wherein MattesiMi ,v \\'i 1 li.:in.--oii Man-] ' ulaciurinir ('.(L.^Philnt HI'. . p iti-l Older-! ishaw.Hros.. a coiianne; -h: i i onniosod i I of C H Oldersliaw an.i I'. I.I older- ] • .-.Imw. Mi.'fendants 1111011 ,> iiid-'iiicnt i •rendered the fith dav o: X n ••uilier. A. i 'I). I'.MI.S. for ihe sum o' :-)V l-',.7:i. law-, fill monev of the I'nih.i Stall's, be-1 sides costs and Inter,•>!. I have Ibis dav levied upon all the right, title. claim and interest of said delendants. of, In and to the folio- in- described real estate to-wlt: All the right, title and interest of said defendants or either oi them,In and to Lot one (1) of Block nine. (9) In the Cheater traci. the same beinK an addition to the Citv of D.-ikf-rsne d. Countv of Kern, State ot California. Also all the rlunt. title and Interest of said defendants or either of them In and to that certain leasehold of the store now occupied b\ C. D. Oldershaw & Co. at No. I'Mit 10th street. Fn theTlaTierfelde bulldini' In the City of Bakersfleld. Kern Countv. California, i Public notice is hereby given that 1 will. pti_Fri(Iav. the 8th .day ot Ja~" few dollars a ton.—Vlsalla Times. Lady (on Pullman)—Hoy, where •ire the porter's quarters on this Candy Kid—In the passenger's pockets yet, miss.—Boston Trail- anu- ar.v. A. D. 19119; at 2'o'clock n. m. of I said dav. In front of thc Court House 1 door of the Countv of Kern, sell at public auction, for awtul tnonev of the united States, all tile right title, claini and Interest ot said detendiims. of. in and to the above described umnertv. or so much thereof as mav he uoces- sarv to raise sufficient moiie-, to sat- sfv said liuk'ineiit. with liiter--st and . costs, etc.. to the highest and Dv Dec. !«, T. A, fUiker. Den ntilv. Adams Fruit ......Company Has enlarged its store and is prepared to accommodate the public with all kinds of Fruit and Groceries Just received n load of mountain apples, for holiday trade. 806 Baker Street. Telephone Main 714. GEELAN MILLINERY 1329 Nineteenth Street. ?! % Exclusive Millinery for Holiday Gifts ij: \"e\v iirriv; 1 '.-. in children's hat-.. Imt'i patenl leather and fell*;. <>lir lil'ices are the |o \sv--1 11:1 li>:e Hi i i I I i<'i'\'. Hals I 1 -.'The Southern Bakersfield'8 Leading Hott) Cultlne, Service Un<«ce1Ied 5 tritnined. W' 1 carry coinplele l;ii, ol' Kih'ious, Shanes, Triui- '/, us, Veilings and I'ltinics. Xi t o».o«>«t':vOv.'»o»»o:i^»x>:o)>:">ol ONLY EXCLUSIVE PIANO STORE IN KERN COUNTY The most wonderful of all Pianos. STEINWAY, A. R. ('RASE. EMERSON, KSTKY, KURTZMANX. STERLING and others. Also INSIDE 1'IvAYER PIANOS. Very large supply to selee.t from. Lowest Prices; Easy Terms, Phone Main 602 Sherman, Clay Company. C. E. KEY, Manager New Fish Block—1820 K Street *** FOR SOLID COMFORT Cannot 'Be Equalled Therefore Get Him One A LARGE VARIETY OF THE RAMSEY- ALTON PUSH BUTTON STYLES ON OUR FLOORS. WITH OR WITHOUT FOOT RESTS. BEFORE MAKING YOUR GIFT DECISION , ,-fi-^' IN AND LET US " '-. ~\<i •>* ''we' OUR SELECTION^:' ',••••• "' COME EARLY WHILE THE SELECTIONS ARE GOOD. PHILIP W. NIEDERAUR 1408 Nineteenth Street. Main 173 DIXON ®, SON Undertakers, Funern' ',.r*. •'mbalmera. Successor! to Morton & Con ' ' Yttendant 1414 19th ife RED OKOSI AMBULANCE ' *ht or Day, Main IV TO THOSE Who Are Interested in Xmas and Holiday Purchases THE MORROW-KIMBALL DRUG 00. announce that they 'have their Christmas display now ready for the inspection of the public. Thii year we have a better and more extensive line than ever. THE PRICES ARE RIGHT AND THE GOODS ARE RIGHT. Our stock eonsi-,ts of yifts too numerous to mention. The only Mii."4cstion we miuht mention is, it' you a: 1 '' contemplating making a seasonable piirc'lia'-e. you will not make a mistake by calling at our store. Morrow-Kimball Drug Company "The Modern Drug Store With Correct Prices."

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