The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 22, 1908 · Page 6
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 6

Bakersfield, California
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Tuesday, December 22, 1908
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THE BAKEBSFIELD CAIJFOBNIAN TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1908. Ron't bs Late tor the WlfotL Go to 6eo, I. Snider and buy a BICYCLE I am Closing out all '08 models*;at a Great reduction All new and up-to-date; no shop worn or old stock. You will be pleased with any selection you tnny make, as every bicycle in my store is "Al" article of the grade. Tiresf Just received a fresh shipment of the best. I want your tire business; I can take cnre of you iu a way that will be satisfactory. The Holidays are on vys. 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. Piny both the late Amberol or 4 minute, and the Gold Mould or 2 minute records. I am headquarters for Edison phonographs and records; the 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 nell at a reduced price. I also have a select assortment of pocket cutclry; also razors, the best ever. Call and examine my line, will be pleased to see and show you. Bicycle and Talking Machine repairing a specialty. A nice line of Cabinets for Edison Records in stock. GEORGE L. SNIDER Photies Main 295, Main 1185 958 Baker Street, Kern, Cat. LADDER KNOCKS OUT WHITE Eddie White, the Idol of the Marl- copa tight fans, met a bitter defeat last night In tho fourth round of bin fig tit with Leonard Lander of LOB Angeles nt the Scrlbner Opera House. A hard right cross to the jaw, deliver, ed a few moments after the lads had come out of a clinch and White was rushing his opponent apparently for the purpose of landing an upperout, ended tho fight. As White laid himself open for the moment the cat-like Latider sent the blow to Its mark and White dropped on his face. He was on hla feet at the count of seyen but was bewildered and still out of his head. He gamely put up his gloves and began trying to locate his opponent, but instead of sighting Laude p the little Maricopa lad started to advance toward Referee Ferguson. One glance was sufficient to convince both the referee and Lauder that little Ed•die was powerless to defend hlmaelt and Lander refrained from another attempt at hitting him, while Ferguson the defeated lad 'o the ropes and proclaimed Lauder the victor. It si ill was on the defensive but began to punish White in the clinches by short jabs to the body and bait arm jcil's) to the jaw. Eddie was tiring while Lauder was still fresh. The fourth opened with Lauder rushing across the ring In a crouch. He changed hla tactics and went In to rough It. Eddie tried to meet him but had no chance. Lauder was too strong and hit the local lad almost at will while his defense was invulnerable. In the clinches Lauder wore his man down both by hanging on and by Ehurt Jabs to the body and head and aftfr about two minutes of fighting the knockout punch was delivered. "I did not begin to fight until the fourth round," said Lauder after he had been taken to his dressing room. "Hi- did not hurt me once and after I thought I had, him sized up about right I went in to rough it for one round. This was the fourth and the flghi ended there. Eddie IB a nice little boy-and I was one of the first to tell Referee Ferguson to stop the fight. I did not want to punch the BAKERSFIELD OPERA-HOUSE took several minutes to revive White, j toy further. I am well satisfied and AUCTION SALE It was evident from the very out set that White was up against a far too clever and heady fighter. Lauder had Eddie easily beaten at hla own strong points—speed and cleverness. In fact, if the lads had been fighting with 'blackened gloves, marks of Eddie's blows would have been seen on but two or three places of the shifty Angeleno's body. Lauder, when he! I forced the fighting, had things entirely , Ills own way and soon wore Eddie down. On the other hand the Los Angeles lad's defensive work was of a high order and try as Eddie did to send bis blows in, Lauder's gloves were always In the way. The fight opened with White doing the forcing. Lauder was satisfied with the defensive and showed the more speed. Lander landed the first blow, a light tap to the face. For a moment near the end of the round Lauder assumed the aggressive and had Wfclte on the ropes, near the Maricopa lad's corner, rocking his head to and fro from short right and t By order II. E.Jones of Woodland, Yolo county, having sold his ranch, consigned all his stock to us to sell to the highest bidder, 30 horses and mares, all broke and ready for work, Saturday, December Iflth. nt 1 p. m. El Capitfin Stable. J. S. KELLY, Auctioneer. CRIPPLE CREEK MEN FIGHT WITH REVOLVERS. rrtippua CREEK, Dec. 21.—in a revolver duel here late this afternoon, Arthur Lake was Instantly killed and Tony Cuaz wus shot through tho right eye, and Is in a serious condition. Frank Taylor, believed by the police to- have fired the shot that wounded Giiaz, IB being sought for and Blllj Lynch Is under arrest at Victor pend Ing investigation as to his prolmbH connection with the affray. Cuaz con Eddie came out of It to Lauder's stomach and left hooks. with a swing which sent the Los Angeles boy back. The gong came and Eddie was glad of the rest. Willie continued the aggressor in the second with Lauder lying back confidently. White backed the south:, ern lad around the ring but failed to land, although he tried often enough. Lauder landed to the stomach and as Eddie came back fiercely with a MATINEE AND NIGHT. Christmas Day Stetson's Big Double Spectacular Uncle Tom's Cabtn Co. 25 MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN 25 10 SPECTACULAR SPECIALTY SENSATIONS 10 BAND AND ORCHESTRA. FREE BAND CONCERT TWICE DAILY Bargain Matinee Prices 26c and 50c Eveninfl Prlcet 25c 50o and 75c expect to return here in February, when I have been promised another fight." Eddie naturally took his defeat to heart. "I did the best I could,".said the defeated lad, "but he was too muph for me." The friendliest of feeling prevailed between the two lads. Lauder visited the defeated lad in his dressing room after the fight and Inquired as to his condition. He shook hands and after a few words returned to his apartment. The preliminaries likewise were short but good. Kid Alexander, the little negro, made JQO Dale, his larger opponent, quit after two rounds of fighting. Although smaller Alexander outfought the spaghetti champion. In the second round the little negro had Dale bleeding at the nose and all of the wind knocked out of him. When the bell rang he was groggy. Dale went to his corner and decided he had had enough of the little fellow's game and threw up a towel. Slick Morrell put Kid Toast down and out at the end of the first round of their fight. It was a whirlwind affair from the start. Lauder and his father will remain here until tomorrow, when they leave for Hanford for a visit with relatives. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1908 NINTH SEASON NINTH SEASON "There ain't no ten«e in doln' nothln' for nobody what never done nothln' for you."—81» Hopkins. J. R. STIRLING Presents the Artistic Comedienne Rose Melville In the Characteristic Play, "Sis Hpokins" Last Time, Last Chancel To see the Famous "SNAKENTINE DANCE" Prices 25c ' 5 Buy Seats Thursday Curtain, 8:15 OUTLAW BALL NOW APPEARS TO BE CERTAIN, SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 21.—From all present indications the State Base couple of swings for the head, tho j lmll w w , u nQt enter , nto Rny southern fighter's Jaw was safely \ comblnatlfm wlth thc Paclfic Coast guarded. Laudt-r remained on the lucteil an assaying business and made specialty of buying high grade ore specimens. The police believe that he shooting was the result of a quarrel between the men implicated anil that the trouble arose over a dispute .concerning the of "high returns- from the sale .llmmy (admiring tattooing on his chum's arm)—Say, dat's great; did it hurt much? ( ,.arles—Not until my mother saw It.—ChleaRO News. defensive, which caused one enthusiastic White man to shout, "He can'! hit you, Eddie." This taunt was ira mediately accepted by Lauder anj with lightning fast rapidity sent two left jabs Into White without getting a return. At the end of the round Lauder worked a shift but White blocked it. In the third Lauder began to increase the lead he was and League, but will remain outlaws during the coming sen-en. Cy Moreing of the Stockton State League club, and H. Jarman of the San ose club, were in conference with the Coast League committee today, but as the meeting adjourned without any action Ijoing taken, It Is believed that they found it impossible to reach a mutually satisfactory basis upon which the State League would be willing to en gaining ana (er organlzed baBe ball. landed twice to the stomach, follow- _ *-** ed by a hard right to the jaw. He Californlan want ads bring results MORLEVS THEATRE Masonic Temple, 2007 Ch ster Avenue Continuous Performance 7:30 to 10:30 P. M. BOX OFFICE OPEN 7:15 to 9:15 AQP ission IQc No Higher STRICTLY HIGH CLASS MOVING PICTURES AND ILLUSTRATED SONGS; FUN AND AMUSEMENT FOR EVERYBODY. "Bicycle Polo" "Blood Will Tell" "A Countryman's Odyssea in Town""Weather Change- ait*e Smith s "China Town" NGS-"I Want You ' "Old Homo" "A Henpecked Husband" Drawing to Take Place Tonight "Fire at Sea" (featuis) Entire change of Program Monday and Thursday nights. Matinee Saturday and Sunday. Coupons given every night. Nov. 23d,24-plece quadruple plate Rogers Bros.' set tt holder of lucky coupon. * f DIXON ©. SON Undertakers, 'Funeral " • Successors to Morton & Con-RED OROII AMBOLANCk "'mbalmers. 1 Vttendant. 1414 19th it< •nt or Day, Main V> FOB SALE EUCALYPTUS TREES 3,000,000, Loading Varieties Eucalyptus Land and Timber Company, Edward C. Cribb, Pres. W. S. Thatcher, Sec'q. 123 So. Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal. EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES When you want reliable help of any kind call up THE BAKEP.SPEELD EMPLOYMENT BUREAU. We also employ Chinese and Japanese help. 1219 19th St. Phone Main 313 DO YOUR Christmas shopping early ami. for ," your complete satisfaction to get the host value j for tho money you wish to spend, DO IT AT THE HUH. At I ho Store with a Reputation, certain , i economy and complete gratification to yourself anil the prospective recipient of your gift. | i If in doubt what to give, buy a Merchandise ; Order. Wo Issue them for any amount. S.WISEKOPF Corner 19th and I St«. WHAT TO GIVE FOR CHRISTMAS is the question that Is completely answered by us on this page. Those wishing to allow a certain sum of money for the purchase of "Christmas Gifts" will find this advertisement helpful. It represents careful selections from all over the store, where are exhibited practical, useful gifts nt our usual popular prices. Happy Suggestions for Christmas Time! FANCY SUSPENDERS — The very latest "in webs an<\ trimmings, plate.i buckles and ster ling silver luiK'P3, tatj'eiully and artistically put together for our special holiday trade, 11.on, to $2.50. COMBINATION SETS — A most acceptable gift! A pair Silk Suspenders, A pair Armbands A pair Garters —the Bet $1.50 FANCY NECKWEAR—An Immense variety of the newest lustrous silks and satins; there are new stripes, figured silks and plain effects In French seam four-in-hands and folded four- in-hands, Batwlng Ties and Scarfs and each price represents the very best value anywhere. 25c and 50c. BOYS' TIES—Handsome plaid nnd plain color Windsors, Bows and string ties, 25c. SILK REEFERS — Elegant rich, pure silk Reefers, hemstitched and corded edge, cut extra long, in black, white, and fancy shades, a most useful gift, $1.00 to »3.BO. COMBINATION SETS — A decided novelty this season- when in doubt what to give select one of these sets, consisting of Silk Muffler, Four-ln-hand Tie nnd Bat Tie to match. $3.00. HANDKERCHIEFS — Tour special attention is called to this elegant selection. We have everything you can think of In the way of handkerchiefs, In fancy borders, plain linen, satta border, silk initial, linen Initial pure silk hemstitched and fancy and Bilk and linen. The Hub's prices, 25c to $1.50. With a wide selection at each price. I 11. NT | HIM WITH A SUIT or OVfRCOAT Useful presents are most appreciated. Mnylie your brother, father, husbaml or son is just I'airly aching to Sjet one of our handsome, stylish Winter Suits or Overcoats. Wouldn't it lie ti pit asant surprise if you *<•• lected one for him all by VMirselt'.' It' the si/e isn't or the pattern isn't exactly to his liking, come liack with him and we'll make i( rijiht day after Christmas. It will be an unusual, nit of tho ordinary Oirisl- iniis present. Suits, Overcoats and Oavviielles $10 to $30. BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS— \Ve arc showing splendid lines of Bo 1 -' ami Children's Suits and CHi>rcoats. Chi! '"en's Kussliui Blouse Suits : fancy Cassimeros and plain • ''<es. from $3 up to $6.50 Chi!.' ->M'.S Sailor Blouse Stills In |)Uii and plain color Serges from S' up 10 $0,50. Jlov -' Reefers and Overcoats, uiriiy > ilmeivs an ' eheviots; siv.os " rft S years, from $3.50 up. Hoys' Hats and Caps to match Suits. SUIT CASES—An extra flne assortment of solid leather suit' cases in .satin, linen and leather lined. Makes an appropriate Klft. $5 to $15. Men's Gloves, silk lined and wool lined. Men's fine Shirts. Men's fancy Hoso. Men's Jewelry Fancy Vests. House Coata Bnth Robes. V

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