The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 21, 1908 · Page 6
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THE BAKERSPIELD CALIFOBNIAN MONDAY. DECEMBER 31, 1908. ion r Theatre SALIi i L Week of December 21, 1908. Kor the first Uireo ntghtn the Hrcamlni; Comedy, 1 'HIS UNCLE'S VISIT. M i Also (wo NV'w Moving Pictures Two Illustrated Songs Thro<* Vaudeville at each performance Utst Four nights, the Producer, '' ALL MIXED UP.'' \Uo NVw Pictures. \fw Song^, nnd New Vandevlk't Acts. Matinee Saturday only Prtces 10c f 25c and 50c H :*• n un T-" Advertising in the Californian '.rings bi« returns on the Investment. LOS ANTrKUKS, Dec. 20.—The Mt. \ Diablo on Company's property, both at Mi'Uay and Kern Hlvcr, la for gal.-. An option on the 440 acres at Midway. ;ili on 26, 32-23, at $1000 an aero has ben Riven James Brlscoe of BakerMb'Ul. one of the directors, and he is nt'sutlntlng with some parties known <m1y to himself. A deal Is also peiiiHn« for the disposal of the ten acres on the western edge of Kern River that the company retained f when itr! other holdings in that field were put into the Associated when that company was first formed. It is popularly suposed that the Standard IF the intending purchaser, but It is said that Mr. Brlscoe has denied this. The sale, if made, will not Include the 160 acres leased to the Mascot, one of (he Spellacy companies, the! northeast quarter of the section. For this renson the company will continue in existence and 'receive its royalty oil which is being sold to the Standard at 50 cents. It baa four wells of its own, three of them only test holes of shallow depths drilled In the early days. The greater part of the land Is considered proven, except possibly the southwestern corner, Wells on the Mascot, comparatively shallow, are producing good amounts. An Ideal Christmas Su en is Wi icKers an dB oc ha kSt ms th e eaaing jewe ]ry ore o kersfi e through incox from the two principal streets, wonderfully divrr- Cut f iimiHMliati 1 MI*(V>S lines i,f distinctive <rift items arc slu>\vn in the following sections: Diamonds Watches and Accessories Solid Gold Jewelry I Sterling- Silver Jewelry Novelty Hat and Belt Pins Novelty Hand Bags Fine Boxed Stationery Arts and Crafts Jewelry Novelty Jewelry ^ Hair Ornaments Opera Glasses Pocket Books and Card Cases Rings Brooches, Bracelets We Lead. Others Follow EMPIRE THEATER EBRITE & SON, Porps. Desk Accessories Hand Hammered Copper Shaving- Outfits, Toliet Table Accessories Umbrellas Smokers Accessories Man Shaving Outfits Mantle and Novelty Clocks High Class V ( -iU(l<n-ii/t\ Songs, HU'l Moll m PIct'.in s MMinees on Saturday and Sunday 2:30 p. r.i. Doors open at 7. Show begins at 7:.'Ui. Second performance. 9 (Continuous :)' j rfonnanc<* ) ^ — ^r Leap year A XI) CLKS. IIFXDREDS OF OTHER BEAUTIFUL AND USEFUL GIFT ARTI- This store, the most reliable jewelry and book store in Kern County, and is ideal in its ever consideration for the comfort of 'hristiuas shoppers, in the convenient assembling of these mft linos. Failure PROGRAM Overture, "Martha" Miss U. Singing and Dancing Comedian, GEORGE JONES ?>. Illustrated Song, "Dixie and the (!irl I Ixive" Paul Tonjes I. Tho Famous ShadowRrapher.s, MORHBLLO BROTHERS Tlu-y will reproduce scenes from the Sunday paper comic shoot, finished with u grand Navul Coin- bat at sea. ">. The Helen Soule Company in "The SKHENADER" Maude Unshaway .... Helen Soule Dizzy I?//.y Fred Cutter Mr. OaKhaway A, E. Roy i«. Sensational Figure Posini; nnd Dancing, CMRIST1K OKN'K 7 STANLEY and WKAVKIl. Pivsi'fitiiiK their sketch*. "Mrs. O'CJraj'v'.s Washday." , MOTION PirrrRKrf. I'wo KUIM| oonicdioa—"\Vo Close at Noon" and "Will Thcv Ever Town." Leap year has been a failure in increasing the number of marriages in the state, as shown by the statistic*! In the office ow the secretary of the state board of health. Either the maidens of the Golden State are well satisfied with single blessedness or else they are so shy that they will not pop the question, although that has been their privilege for more than eleven months. Eleven months of last year show that 2:5,000 marriages were celebrated within the confines of the stale. Eleven months of this year show only 17,761 weddings. Th« heaviest month's work in this line was June, when 2251 marriages occurred, the smallest number in February, which had 152M ceremonies. It is pvldcnt that the «IrlK are be- to reali/e that their chauoes rapidly fleeting nway, jndjiinn by irinvast' of wedillnss as the vt-ar requirements The filling of Christmas lists is wonderfully simplified Interesting groups of gift are to be seen at every turn—so assembled and arranged as to enable customers to come to ready decisions with an assurance of merit in every item chosen, which will make it a treasured possession. REMEMBER!—Back of every purchase made here is the Guarantee of Satisfaction, the Oldest and Most Trust-worthy Jewelry House in Bakersfleld. « Wickersham Company Nineteenth and Chester Ave. (Inc.) MI PRICKS; <iV'iieral Admission , . ReHf»rvi'd Section . . . ((••served Scats t Y • , • * f * I I 1 • * » 10c 15c 2flc er. In may become u reconl-break- Angust (hen* were lSf>4 wed- ITU deaths. About the same number of births have been reported as the number of deaths and this goes to show that California Cannot depend *. in September lUMi nnd in No-, ., .„ , ,., ...i ,. .»...- i . •» t ... (Upon i .so tor an increase of popu- \t nitit'i 1.U.I,) n'iiti i Vifijinii.ii. .-»iii »,-. i * * * Sis Uec'em\»er still to »' heard from. In eleven months of the year there were iM,i;:i birihs, while during the s;iine period (his year there were 2~>.^ ^^^^ r hitlon. The officials explain this, from the fart that the law requires a rec.cn d of all deaths, while- births are not as carefully recorded,. Old Favorite One of pathos iire i so <iiuwn that 9 unset sen "Uncle Tom's Cabin" Is add U- i!u by their and Ji'le of a really big compnny. MAKE A PRESENT WORTH WHILE AND PAY FOR IT ONLY 10 ents *» * t 1908 EDI *w tVN[* ftk *^..V cN.y of under the personal management n Washburn, whose name has cntc and favorably associated j ;>rmiiiitlon not a little \vi: and clever i they l)iit add to ih" elements which to make up a sta^e niasrorpioce. Mias 1 Rose Melville, who orie'anted thn character of Sis Hopkins, will be seen in the title role of the piay. rh« company surrounding the nUir is tht best ont» whirh J, II. Stirling, Melville's manager, lias ever toKother for her. I with ii[ Pear at th on Chri amusements, is to ao FJakorsfleld Opera House* '*Sis Hopkins." Sis Hopkins, wh.ch comes to Bakers field on SaMird.iv noxt for an engagement at the Houso is now In its tenth year and bids fai mas afternoon an* evening. to continue for nuuiv more as ENGINE IV !* .1 r> -A *£ : »c; <* x i 7K* \ >" .' N I * ft ii • *.v *'", & I tj of th Americanized Encyclopedia Fifteen Maaeive Volume*. 10000 Double Column Page*. 100 Surx-rb Map* Hundreds of Illustrations and Colored Plates Bound in Hull Morocco HAL PRICE » >• i •U ,. ' r; nr^-.-A.' tf $ fl'\ ^•ff> V «J^? ^5V\ **/- «LM^ ¥&>> $39.00 Buys this Regular $75.00 Set and Two Years' Subscription to SUNSET MAGAZINE 77i« Booh Bargain of l/i« Century, wbmitttd for your examination, f/ien, $3,00 on acceptance and S3.00 a month lOc « d»y p*yt for thete book*. m r SUNSKT |>fc( fur t-m it* for Sxsch rf '< -O-' ' O v I will not occur again £>3, -T t ¥\LL IN COUPON AND MAIL TO SUNSET +- -\s«/, x \ ^' ,-\ LIBRARY CLUB 948 fLOOO BUILOINC SAN TRANCISCO " .v* -» / / / /' • .» The cold yesterday was a hard thing for automobllists to conte- 1 ii and reports of difficulty jrre L many. Perhaps the most serious ac- i-ideut met with was experienced by Johnny Korr, (he oil man, who drives an Auburn roadster. The freezing Uinperatno ui' Satuduy night and Sunday morning clogged up things generally throughout the West Side and \i'Menlay when Mr. Ken 1 cranked his * imine iu drive Into McKHtrick from his camp seventeen miles distant, tiu-e was oposUIon and in the mixup UK.- first cylinder was broken and the pump and radiator put out of business. Mr. Kerr was forced to drive the seventeen miles behind a team of mules. A White Steamer driven by a party from Fresno had some trouble with frozen connections but were able to drive out all right. Dr. Fox's machine was also stalled on Nineteenth for a short tim<» .tt-U.b, _,,. '^r"^" "' Ti - tlsts, two quan«»te«. ft superb arches- i tra, an! many col-«r«4 comedians, who STANFORD'S RUGBY TEAM LEAVES FOR VANCOUVER. STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Dec. 20.—The varsity Rugby fifteen of Stanford University, intercollegiate champions of the state, left yesterday for Vancouver, where they will try conrliisloiiB for the international coast championship for the third time. The men left with an air of confidence that the victories the Vancouver men have scored during two seasons be offset by the players who the blue and gold. Takes Charge Today—Harry Jas tro, the newly appointed assistant manager of the Power, Transit, and Light Company, returned from Saa Francisco yesterday and this morn- humor irresiBtable and HA. bhadlugs ing took up his nerr duties. Rose Melville in "8Is Hopkins." omitany » om t >vist>s t>veni v-Hvo | the moat popular drumu on the stage Including a dozen specialty ar- , TUo play la one of the s^rt which pealH to one; Us coniody iH clean, its

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