The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 24, 1908 · Page 2
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 2

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, December 24, 1908
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BahefiTkid gallTernian fanned Every Evening but Sundays at Keru County, California. City and Count) •ntered In Poatollice at Bakcrorteld, Cal., us Second-class Mall Matter. 10 cents a month; $5 a Year In Advance ALFRED HARRELL, Editor and Prop. Telephone Main 31 "ITTrKSDAY, DKC. "JM, THURSDAY, DEC. 24. DEAR TOM: Let all your. Xmas candy come from Meroney—and get Gruenhagen's, the best made. BILL. NO PAPER CHRISTMAS. Following ilic precedent ol' yeui 1 !-. there will lie no issue <>!' this pap'-r iimmiTow. The ('nlit'oniinii extends gtvt'lmys to all and wishes fill a Merry Christmas and n iuippy and prosperous New Year, THE DAY OF DAYS. All the world, ol' whatever faith and creed, will unite in commemorating the birth ol' the founder of the Christian religion tomorrow. For whatever religious belie! may be held, there is none to yainsuy that the life and teachings of Christ are not the greatest i'oree for the uplifting of mankind morally, that the known. The world has ever influence of Ilia teachings is manifested in every land, and every community and every people have been raised to a higher plane of thought and action by reason ol' Jlis life, teachings and death. His word to mankind has been carried to the uttermost parts of northwest quarter, southeast quarter section 28. :i2-24. Oeorgo \v, Stockton and wife to May Still, <:,; north half of northeast quarter, !<>• ~ awl 3 of northwest quarter sci'iion 4, 32-27. Lowell (.and. nnd Improvement Company to W. W. Kelly, $460; lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, block 50, Lowell addition. Correction 'Iced. Perry Itnlletibcck and wife to Perry Hollenbctk, $10; lots 3 and 4, block 50, Lowell aililition, correction deed. ,T, P. Buckles and wife to Marcella O'Noll, flit; same property. Sallle H and J. H. Thompson to M. W. Atwiod, $10; lots 29 and 30, block 37, Kern, Nela West land and wife to Ratherine S. Haynes, $10; south ten acres of, north half of southwest quarter of northeast quarter section 24, 9-14. STEVENS' SLAYER 18 FOUND QUILTY. SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 23.— In Wan Chang, the Korean who shot Durham White Stevens, the American diplomatist and adviser to the Korean Rmperor In this city on March 23 the eurlh, and even in benighted j of this year, roHuitlng In Stevens' lands, His inlliUMicf is a powerful factor for betterment. The commemoration of the birth ol' Christ loses nothing of itn ardor by reason of the lapse of time. Though 2001) years have pissed since He came upon earth, all Christendom celebrates the advent of His coining with unabated x.eal, and an enthusiasm that murks the universal appreciation of the sig- uificanco of His birth and life. Tin- greatest teacher that I his world lias ever seen, the anniversary of his birth is commemorated by the high and the low, the rich and llu- poor, the ignorant and the educated, all reeognixing in Him, one whose inHiieiiee has don" more for the world than any other in tin- history of Immunity. So we may all say to each other and say it with the fervor that comes from the heart, "A Merry Christmas to all." REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Deeds. Continental Building and Ixrnn Association to W. F. Magee, ?10; east 32 feet lots 18, 19 and 20, block 1G2, Bak- ersfleld. AJ. Carriere ant) wife to ]>r. W. Hi , Roman. $10; lots 14, 15, east half |r, c ' onsfrt ' c(1 °"'" IMilock 445, lUOuTHfU'ld. T|u , Hri , M , V.. 0. Uebrum and six others to I', eiiieki-n In this J. O'lirlen and (',. K, Squires, 51 ; '!''"' Ua ' : '" r death two days later was found guilty of murder in thr second degree by a jury In Judge Cnrroll Cook's department of the Superior Court. The trial was concluded shortly after 9 o'clock tills evening and i.ho jury returned a venlld a few minutes before mid- nialit. The entire day and part of the nlKlit session was taken up with argument by counsel for both Sides. Sentence will be passed December 26. The penalty Is from ton years to life Imprisonment. BRYAN HAS NOT YET FORMED AN OPINION. PniLAI-KLPHrA. Dec. 21— William J. Hryan was much Interested In the labor contempt decision. He said: "It i,'-, not my policy to criticise either Federal Courts or their action. The commitment to prison of two men so prominent in the labor movement as Gompers and Mitchell 'a unique in the annals of labor movements in this country. Until I have Extra A Bean tiful little cut glass I'- .-anter tilled with the finest I. 1). Turck Brandy will be given "E""R. TT1T with f>vcr >' * 4 - 00 purchase at J. B. BERGES & COMPANY Phone Main 237 1623 Nineteenth Street No Football Miss Gar wood This Xmas Becomes Bride game. The high school players! , rremony> wnich was witnessed by iea<j the court's opinion and considered the matter carefully I can have nothing to say regarding the case. Criticising a court Is far too serious a matter to be resorted to when the. basis of the criticism will be mere' There will be no football game her- j Christmas day. Despite the efforts «t >, the local football management an «p-' ponent was not secured for the chum plonshlp high school players and thr 25th of December must pass this year; without the playing of the annual foot-! ball have disbanded and ended their train- Ing. They will rest up for sever;:! i weeks before going into training for the track season and other branclic- ! of high school sports. The Christmas Day will pass off tin.-' year without any athletic actlvlti. .whatever, it, was planned to have mi auto race meet here on that tiny !";' the project was abandoned because i' wns thought, earlier in the season iha 1 the football players would meet. > The Hiidnut Club Is planning a P;I> gram of auto and horse races for N • .• Years' day. ' MORE PROMOTIONS FOR SOUTHERN PACIFIC MEN. ,?. W. Mctcalf, who has been assl.-'- ant superintendent of the Lcs Angel, s division of the Southern Pacific, has been transferred to the Tucson divi sion and is succeeded here by A. M. .Ifimlson, for the past three years chief clerk in the offices Of the gener- ui superintendent of the road. Mr. Jamison has been with the Southern Pacific In Los Angeles and vicinity for more than twenty years Hli; p'iice In the general superintendent's office will be taken by C. T. Wardlaw, who has been chief clerk to the Los Angeles division superintendent, ana C. S. McClung Is transferred from Tucson to fill the latter vacancy —Los Angeles Express. At St. Paul's Episcopal Church at n:30 this morning, Miss Gertrude iiarwood, daughter ot Mr. and Mn. r. J. Gar wood, became the bride of ctto Carl Schatz, Rev. D. M. Crabtree ofllclatlng. Immediately following the pretty only the relatives of the young people, Mr. and Mrs. Schatz took the train for i.os Angeles, where they will spend (heir honeymoon. The bride Is a popular teacher ot the Aztec school, where she has a wide circle of friends. Mr, Schatz is P. trusted official of the Associated Oil Company and the young people will make their home In the Kern River fields on their return from the south. In making your Christmas purchases see the display at the Grand Candy Store, 2016 Chester avenue. Christmas tree decorations, bon bons, select candies In fancy boxes, nuts, etc. Our prices are right, too. 124 THE REAL • Tbor- Of Ilerpiclde In In Citrine It ough TflaU There Is only one test by which to udge of the efficiency of any artlcla ti:d that Is by its ability to do that .vhlch It Is Intended to do. Many lialr .''ROTS may look nice and sme'l nice, but the point Is—do they eradicate Dan- ilruft and stop falling hair? No, they do not, but Herplclcle does, because It goes to the root of the ovll and kills the germ that attacks tlio papilla from whence the hair gets Its life. Letters from prominent people everywhere are dully proving that Newbro's Ilrrploltlo stnnds the "test of use." It Is n dellKhtful dressing, cleir, pure nni! free from oil or grease. So'd by leading druggists. Send lOc. in Mamps for sample to. The Herplclde Co, Detroit. Mich. Two sizes, SOc and 91-09. J. A. HUGHES, Agent. i CASTOR IA ! For Infants and Children. BAKFR A RD|npi Tii6KindYouHaveAiwa y sBou ^ t Karly yesterday morning in Fresno J Miss Diamond Baker of this city be-, 'Mine the bride of Ralph Brewer, a>, v.-e|| known Saata Fe brake in,-in. Ac-j (ompanied by Mrs. E. 0. Baker and a j In-other of the groom, the bridal couple i went to Fresno Tuesday on the ev- i '•ning train and were married about midnight. They have returned to spend Christinas In this city and will leave BOOU for Richmond to make their home. Both young people are very 1 popular in this city, having resided here for many years past. Bears the Signature of SOME DONT8 FOR Waiter, there's a ! •SUi-teh. CHRISTMAS CELEBRATING The chief of police of rx>s Angeles has issued the following Chritumas • ilon'ts: ! Don't |il;ir«- candles on Christmas trees within range <>f inflammable ma- Don't lean over a lighter! candle. Don't lot Santa Claus come within Santa Glaus. Headquarters FOR YOUNG AND OLD BUY TOD AT. DON'T PAIL <$i« •""Vt'j THEY ARE GOING PAST. U' SsteSB *v,*vn, m ^ •'*«~ / • p -••$•• w (HUM £*£ •^ *V$?-% 'W AL LIGATOn PURGES ALLIGATOR TOILET SETS MANICURE SETS COMB AND BRUSH SETS MILITARY BRUSHES SMOKING SETS CIGAR JAR3 HUMINDORS •3 ,A V Ta^iir ttoffo CARD CASES PURSES FOUNTAIN PENS RAZORS AND STROPS SHAVING SETS. COLLAR AND CUFF BOXES PERFUMES FROM 25o to $5 ATOMIZERS ART LEATHER CALENDARS ART LEATHER CENTER PIECES uur aaurtmeBi thu year is madn up of the most soleet pieces from the leading manufacture™ We are «ure we CHII please you. Come, in tt ud examine before buying elsewhere, Phone Main 42 Bakersfield Drug Company KAHLER BROS. Corner 19th & I St. The Bon Bon for HOT DRINKS, OYSTER COCKTAILS ANO CANDY T. C. COPPIN, Prop. Phone Main 251 range of lighted candles. Don't let your little ones play about the yee while candies are lighted. Don't let children, in their eagerness to obtain' gifts from the tree, pull the tree over. Don't have a Christmas tree cele- 1 bration without ' having material ot ! hand to extinguish a fire. ' GOOD THINGS \TOEATAND [DRINK Mrs. Potter told thf convention ol', ladies that her doctor said that good ; foft'ce properly made \vouH not hurl ; fin. von P. She snld to Iniy Folder's ilden date 1 , whole ronst, have Ilic grocer yrlnd If, or srind it. at homo, i Natural and color of [pure, rich, cow's milk Is retained In BORDEN'S PIONEER BRAND EVAPORATED We have them. Try some of our ijuportod Italian olive oil. Just the thing for your salads and seasoning. We also carry a line line of imported macaroni. Groceries, Liquors and Cigars. Pasquini Bros. 1209 19th St. Main 656 Prompt Delivery. Dilute to proper consistency and use same as fresh Milk. AVOID SUBSTITUTES, BORDEN'S CONDENSED MILK CO. "l.<-«di-r» of Qa«lltr," M«t. 1857. Now York. GOLDEN WEST HOTEL THE LAND^RK OF 8AN FRANCISCO—NOW OPEN Cor. Powell and Eltl* Streets FRED P. PLAQEMANN, Prop. New building. Modern In every respect ISO rooms. Opposite Railroad and Steamship offices. Especially convenient for commercial travelers. IN THE HEART OF THE CITY Free bus meets all trains nnd Donta,' Take Market St. c;irs • or Fourth and Ellis cnr to hotel. . Entrance on Powell St. Safe Rent •One Now Deposit Cheap Necessary Handy Safe Boxes Bakersfield Abstract Company OEO. HAY, Mgr. Chester Ave. and 19th St. Basement GENTLE HORSES. We always have on band safe- and gentle 1 orses that ladies can drive. You will find everything- spick and spai. about our stables, our horses good animals, and car- ! riages, cabs, surreys, etc, etc., in good running order all the time. W. T. RATLIPP Cor 21st and C Sts Tel. Main 88 Capital Paid Up, $100,000 Surplus, $25,000 A checking account with the First National Bank has to many advantages that you will find it a great aid ID your financial affairs. If you have not already such an account with us we shall be pleased to have you open one and test it fo>* yoursetf. ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN BAKERSFIELD OR KERN n».-ner 19th and H Street. MECHANICAL TOYS WE HAVE A PEW LEFT FROM LAST YEAP. WHICH WE WILL SELL FOR COST HOLIDAY QOODS SEE OUR CHRISTMAS CARDS A WEABER. 1822 Chester ave Phone Msln 4 A.T4'S.F.Rv. Traiiiat Leave I^ave for Ant.locir~T7.T. Berkeley . . . Chicago Corcoran .... Denver Fresno Grand Canyon Han ford ... . Kansas City Johannefib'rg Merced . . . Oakland .. Oakdale . . . Richmond . SanFranctsco Searchlight Stockton . . . Tulare Vluolla Yoaemlte .... A.M. Tfsinnw 7:B5 8:20 7:30 9:00 7:55 8:20 7:30 9:00 7:55 8:2(» 7:30 9:0' 7:65 8:2g 7:bO 9:00 7:30 7:55 8:20 7:55 8:20 7:55 8:20 7:55 8:20 7:30 7:55 8:20 8:20 P.M. T:"30 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 For detail information phone or call on N. J. HUDSON, Agent

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