The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 22, 1908 · Page 8
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THB BAKBR8FIBLD CAMFORNTAN TUBSDAY, DBCBMBBR 22, 1908. We Lead. Others Follow EMPIRE THEATER EBRITE & SON. Porpa. t('~tt Cli"- Vauilcvi-.f. Suii'is. iri.l Mot I )M Plct'.l'Ts M-V-iiiees on Saturd.iy and Sunday 2:30 p. M. 'Doom op-n at 7. rihow lupins at (ContinuotM 1 Overture. "Wedding of the Winds." Miss E. H. Franek 2 "The Haunted Hotel" Helen Soule Co. 3 Illustrated Song, "If You Were Mine." Paul Tonjes 4 Jones and Foster, Singing and Dancing Comedians 5 Helen Soule Soubrette 6 Jones Zulu Land Fred Cutter, Singing Comedian 8 Prof. De La Qoneste Hypnotist 9 Motion Pictures "Humpty Dumpty Circus" 10 Eigth Massachusetts March—Finale PRICES: General 1 Admission lOc lleserved Section l!>c Reserved Scats 20c . ONAL CREST YOU WANT IT ! SOLD ONLY IN TINS Bakersfield Grocery Co. Bakersfleld, Cat, Sole Agents Phone Main 186. 1717-1719 19th SniWornlan want ads bring results. AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE J. H. 1 , 1 Jones Carter's Hotel, Maricopa Bakersfield Garage, Bakersfleld. Main 142. Main 1260 ROOT SIGNS TREATY WITH SAN SALVADOR. "WASHINGTON. Dec. 22.—Sercerta- •T Root slgn»d today a treaty with Minister Mejla of San Salvador pro- for the arbitration of disputed which may arise with that •wintry. It follows tile Hue of similar negotiated with various Fast Progress , in Witt Trial On th secoii'i day of Hie Will trial for murder rapid progress was made ; in the examiiia inn of witnesses and iat H o'clock i!»' prosecution had al' most complete! its case. The follow .Inn witnesses \\i-re examined: C. L. , Adnms, Roy Kir.:-', W. H. McClnre, M. ' is. Tarklngton, Dave E. Thompson, S McKinley Witt, J. M. Clendennen. | The four additional Jurors'selected last evening WIM" C. D. Morris, John MeCray, P. D McCaffrey and E. P, ! Davis. | To Quiet Title i The Amaraiiih Land Company has ' filed suit aRaiiiM Mfred Ureen, Ida B.' j Green, et al, .unm-ing out of a con- i tract of sale of lot 277 In the Fourth j Home Extension Colony. The plain| tiff seeks to have the defendants do- i barred from setting up any claim to j said land. Petition for Guardianship. A. J. Woody has (lied petition to be appointed'guardian of Cleon .Alice Woody, a minor, and the hearing Is set for Monday, January 14. Another Suit. The Phoenix Refining and Manufacturing Company has filed suit against .f. W. Kelly as sheriff, to recover certain property sold by the sheriff. H. L. Packard is attorney. Leave to Mortgage. In tin? estate of Honry Seeger, a petition has boon filed for leave to , mortgage the real estate. \ Suits Dismissed. j Tin? rather sensational suits filed by the Vesta and May Oil Company ; against the Federal Oil Company, Dr. j Liscomb and Elmer Jones, 1ms boon | settled out of court, and the suits dismissed. FATHER WHO KILLED CHILDREN IS CRAZY. I.OS ANtiELKS, Dec. 22.—Trembling; with nervousness and the effects of a nervous disease, Henry J. Dufty, who killed his son and daughter in this city some months ago, sat In Judge Jamison's court today while five physic-inns iirfd experts testified that he •va.s ir.s;uie. The trial on the charge of murder was put aside and the examination as to his sanity was substituted. Many friends and acquaintances testified they believed Dufty Insane. The jury was out five minutes, finding | Dufty Insane and committing him to the state hospital for the insane at I'atton. i Little reference was made to the .tragedy of August 13th, when Dufty cut off the head of his son and killed his daughter and then attempted to commllt suicide by cutting his throat with a razor. TELL OF THE CRUELTIES OF THE NIGHT RIDERS. UNION" uiTY, ~.M,. ^ a ._The night JOwrt were brought, into court hand- •tiffed with a detail of soldiers to each Judge Shaw testified that the forced him to give them oil to torn Ilia docks at Ueelfoot Lake. I,a.'<?»• Ui«y whipped him when he tried vO'llo before t!u> grand jury. Witness wilw witness told of the visitations «f the night riders. • i » • Tarry West Is home from ilerkuley 'or u holiday visit with relatives. CITY CAN REGULATE THE LIQUOR TRADE. LOS ANOELES, Dec. 22.—OtHclnl notice was received In this city today that the supreme court of the state has decided that the city, in the exercise of the police powers granted It In the state constitution and the city charter, has the r'.^ht to regulate liquor establishments. The case was an application for a writ of mandate to compel Harry J. Lelands, city clerk to issue a wholesale license to Theodore brumbach for an establishment located outside the wholesale liquor zone established by ordinance of the city council. The decision establishes the fact that a city can refuse to grant liquor licenses outside of a prescribed district. Walter Jones Is in from Midway. Only Two Days Left to Do Your Xmas Shopping . Make your money go further by making holiday purchases at BHOPS. Dou't wait until the last moment, Bring this list with you: Horned Alligator Hand Bags, $4 to $16.50 Gillette Safety Razor*, $5 to $12.50. Wattcrman and Conklln Fountain Pens Eastman Kodak*; wo have bunches of them, $1 to $75. Cut Glass, beautiful decign*. Sliver Mounted Stag Horn Novelties, Military Brushes, Manicure Sets, Triplet Mirrors, Glove Boxes, Leather Traveling Roll Dps, Ladles' Hand Bags, Collar and Cuff Boxes, Perfume Atomizers Toilet Sets that will surprise you— Prices from $1 to $25. BAER'S Bakersfield's Leading Drug Store Southern Hotel Block OUR STORE WILL REMAIN OPEN EVENINO8 UNTIL CHRISTMAS ig Sale of Men's Suits $11.85 For Men's Suits worth up to $25,00 from Such famous Makers as: ALFRED BENJAMIN & CO. HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX. ROSEN WALD & WEIL, and WASHINGTON FASHIONED APPAREL. \ These Suits are right Up-to-Date, of newest frabics and colorings* Get one for Christmas at $11.85 Suggestions for Men Fancy shaving sets— $1.50 to |6. House slippers—75c to $2.50. Fine shoes—$3.00 to $5.00. Men's wallets—T5c to $i!.00. Men's garters—25c to 50c. Men's garters and arm band sets, silk elastic—75c to $1.00. Men's ties, four In hands, London squares, hats and clubs— 25c to $1.50 each; many in fancy boxes. Shirts, golf or negligee—50c to $5.00. ifen's underwear—$1.00 to $7.30 per suit. Hou.se jackets—$5.00 to $10.00. Bath robes—$3.50 to $S.50. Suit cases, leather or wicker— $1.50 to $25.00. Trunks, ordinary traveling trunks and bureau trunks and hat trunks—$3.50 to $33.00. Hats and Caps—25c to J4.50. Automobile gloves—$1.75 to $5. Umbrellas—75c to $7.50. t Men's dress gloves—$1 ,to $2.00. Men's fur top gloves, fleece lln-' ed—$1.50. Men's suspenders—25c to $3.50; many in individual boxes. Fancy vests—$1.50 to $5,00. Silk socks for the holidays— from $1.00 to $2.00. Men's fancy and plain socks— 12 l-2c to 50c. Men's refers, in black, white or grey—from $1.00 to $3.00, In Surah, Faille or Barathea silk. 1WALK-OVER SHOES HHHHBHH^^^B^s^BHs^B^B^B^B^B^B^I An Ideal Christmas Gift FOR MEN We have the exclusive agency for WALK-OVER SHOES. We have thirty styles of WALKOVER SHOES, Prices at $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 ALL SMOKING JACKETS 2 J Per Cent Redact, on 25 Surprise "him" w Christmas morning with a warm, comfortable Smoking Jacket—they are all reduced. When a man gets Into one of them in the evening he cannot be coaxed away from home—is that suggestiv? just ge', one for "him" and see how -"tlckeU'ir \.(, will be. 25 per cent of? means that you can buy; $4.50 Smoking Jackets for $3,38 $6.00 Smoking Jackets for $4.50 $7.00 Smoking Jackets for $5.25 $10.00 Smoking Jackets for $7.50 Suggestions for Men Men's plain white silk handker- chiefs—25c to $2.50. Men's colored border, hemstitched silk handkerchiefs—25c to 75c. New brown, rods, blues and greens. Men's white linen colored border handkerchiefs—5c to '$1 each. Big assortment white linen self plaid handkerchiefs. Linen initial handkerchiefs—15c to 35c. Initial linen tiar.rtkercliiefs—75c per box of six. Men's sweater—75c to $5.00. Men's sweater coats—$1.75 to $5. Pocket.'knives—25c to $,>.00. Watch fobs—75c to $-1.00. Scarf Pins—25c to $1.30. Cuff buttons—25c to $2.50. Shirt studs—25c to 75c. Suggestions for Boys Suits—$2.00 to $20.00. Overcoats—$3.50 to $20.00. Sweaters—75c to $3.50. Caps—25c to $2.50. Suspenders—25c to $3.50. Neckties—25c to $2.50. Linen handkerchiefs—5c to $i. Silk handkerchiefs—25c to $1.50. Wnists—25c to $2.50. Soft shirts—50c to $2.3') Gloves—25c to $1.50. Hats—50c to $2.50. Knives—25c to $2.00. Shoes—$1.50 to $3.50. / H? 1 IF YOU ARE STILL IN DOUBT DO THIS: Buy a Redllck Glove or Merchandise Order—-A Glove Order Is a welcome gift to man or woman; he or she can then select gloves of the right kind, size and color. For a Merchandise Order the recipient is entitled to any article desired for the amount you state thereon. It is good.ln any of our many departments—at any time. TOYS AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES—Redllck's import thousands of toys and dolls every year from Germany—and we sell them the >ear round. YOU can profit by our great purchasing power In selecting your Christmas Toys and Dolls from our Immense stock, for every Toy and Doll Is marked at an EXTREMELY LOW 'PRICE. Come to night, bring the children and see 'or yourself how far a. little Christmas money will reach In Rodllck's Toy Department. UANGFORD PUT FLYNN OUT IN FIRST ROUND, SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 22.—Sam Langford, the colored middleweight, P'aking his first appearance In a local ring last night, made good with a vengeance and incidentally made short shrift of Jim Flynn of Pueblo, Colo. Langford knocked out his man In the first round after two minutes of fighting. From the otiu.^v \i was plainly apparent that Klynn did not have a chance. Langford lost no time In getting into action. No sooner had the iiivu shaken hands than the colored Bostoniau went after the Pueblo fire! man hammer and tongs. He swung I a hard right to iHo tody and a moment later scoro.i with his left to the face. He gave Flynn no chance. Flynn rushed tff' close quarters but found no shelter. Langford followed his advantage by stmtfng his right and left to the body with great force. After two minutes of fighting Langford feinted with his right. Like a flash he brought his left flush to the fireman's jaw with an Impact that was heard all over the house. l-'lynn dropped as If hit with a log, hl»- i'ace turned purp'a uud he rolled on ills back until the oaln from the jblo'v caused him to turn. The count . of t • n was tolled off but Flynn was ! too 'ar pone to even hear'the count, t He remained helpless on the floor of I the ring with his seconds working ov- . er him for fully two minutes. He was | then carried to his corner and It was I five minutes before hta senses re- I turned. Mrs. ueorge uunaiacn la enjoying a visit from her mother, Mrs. Lalner ol San Francisco. J. M. Atwell, chief of the producing department of the Standard, is in town. CASTRO SURPRISED. BERLIN, Dec. 22.—The announcement from Caracas of a new cabinet came as a complete surprise to Castro and is viewed with more or less apprehension. THE H4.GUE, Dec. 22.— The official anommcement In the Chamber of Deputies of Queen Wllhelmlna's Inter- . . . eating condition was greeted by Joyful p -'V ' Hm>m K to » » f >'»" w *nt "" (mstl " ls souvcmw 3oc, oOo and bravo." from practically the entlre: vm oc, oo an ou H e. Only a handful of Socialists,^' Also gloves of all styles. amid hoots of der.slon from their col-^^'^b A .Oo" to S" leagues took exception to the loyal feathup ' d , » tfi , J ^ demonstration. The event I. expected a - ' « V In the spring. and eliamoi o - lg negg drming A. B, HEEBTNQTON

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