The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 24, 1908 · Page 3
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THE BAKERSFIET-t> OALIFOBNIAN THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1908. Wh Let Suggest FOR MOTHER, Sister or Sweetheart Toilet Sets, Comb and Brush Sets, Manicure Sets, Glove Boxes, Triplicate Mirrors. We have the above in Parisian Ivory, Stag and Sterling Silver; All of superior quality. FOR FATHER, Brother or Fr: Smoking Sets, Shaving Sets, Cigar Cases, Collar Boxes, Safety Razors, Military Sets. FOR BABY- Comb and Brush Sets, Talcum Boxes and Soap Boxes, in daiu- ty blue, white, or delicate pink. t Our line of perfume, toilet waters, etc., of both domestic and city. eW have many novel'iemost complete to be found in the city. We have many novelties in package goods. Come to see 113. We are glad to see you and it is a pleasure to show you our goods. Morrow-Kimball % Drug Company A Modem Drug Store with Correct Prices. Free Delivery Phone Main 53 We Wish Everybody a Very Merry and a Happy Christmas Phones—Dry Goods* 142 Hardware, 224, Groceries, 142 B Is here &i nurn -•• Doing Business. Has a choice iist of Ranch and City properties for sale here and in Pasadena. A SQUARE DEAL List with me, Insure with me and be satisfied. Room 25, Gattes Block, with J. W. Brockman, _n^^^^^K_^ B1 ___^H^^_^^_^B^_ ^^^^^_ WON FIRST PLACE AMONG AMERICAN CARS AND SECOND PLACE IN INTERNATIONAL LIGHT CAR ROAD RACE Aft or lending the entire first half of what proved to IK- the most exciting and most stubbornly fought speed battle in automobile racing history, the Buick.Model 10'a gasoline tank came loose and beean.se of stops totalling over twenty minutes from this trouble ,the Buick lost the 196 mile Savanah race by six minutes. Billiard in his $3300 Lancia won; all credit is due him. Burman in his $1000 Buick gave him the fight of his life and brought his car in with such a lead over the remaining contestants that there was no question concerning the standard which the Buick has set in low-priced automobile construction. The great duel between the leaders was a sight which spectators will never forget, NOTES ON THE RACE The Buick used was a regular stock the sake of securing less clearance, the were underhung. Our regular motor, parts were used. chassis except that for frame and machinery transmission and axle During the entire race, the hood over the engine was not raised Seventy miles per hour was made on the smooth straightway stretehes— The three fastest laps were made by the Buick—ThV Buink made each of 17 laps in less ttyui II minutes, the length of onc'h hip was 9.8 miles. The fastest lap of the race was matin by the Ritk'k in 10 minutes and 8 seconds. Bakersfield Cor. 19th and O Streets Sup Telephone Main 1260 SAYS STRUGGLE F Kill II! Holiday Suggestions! feK? z** '-» Good Things and Fine China Organized labor the country over Is deeply interested In the outcome of the contempt cases whereby the labor leaders, Gompers, Mitchell and Morrison, were sentenced to Jail. The statements of the accused men when asked If they had ought to say is indication of tlielr position. Mr. Qom- pera said in court: "I am not conscious at any time during my life of having violated any iaw of the country or of the state in which I live. I would not consciously violate a law at any time during my full life. It Is not posible that under the circumstances which I am before your honor this morning and after Ilfl- tening to the opinion you have rendered, to say that which I have in mind, but, sir, I may be permitted to say this: That freedom of speech and freedom of the press has not been granted to the people to say the things which please; but the right to say things that displease, even to do a wrong. "This is a struggle of the working people of our country and it Is a struggle of the working people for right. The labor movement does not undertake to presume to be a higher tribunal than either the courts or the other branches of the government of our country. It is a struggle 'of the ages—a struggle of the men of labor to throw off some of the burdens which have been heaped upon them; to abolish some of the wrongs and to secure some of the rights too long denied. If men must suffer because they dare speak for the masses of the men of our country; If a man must suffer because they have raiged him * ?* to meet the sordid greed—even to grind the children In the dust to get in dollars—they must bear the consequences. "But," continued Mr. Gompers, "If I cannot discuss grave problems, great Issues in which the people of our country are interested—if a speech made by me during a political campaign, after the close of this case; if j the speeches In furtherance of a great principle or a great right are to be held against me, I shall not only have to but am willing to bear the consequences. I would not have you believe me a man of defiant character In disposition or In conduct. But In the pursuit of honest conviction and In the furtherance of the common interests of my fellow men, I shall not only have to, hut be willing to .submit to whatever your honor may Impose/' Jlr. Mitchell followed in a strong, resonant voice: "I thoroughly and unreservedly eft- dorse what Mr. Gompers has said. I would like his expression to be accepted as my own." Mr, Morrison spoke last, 44 I endorse," said he. "what Mr. Gompers has said. I am conscious of doing no wrong or having in any way violated any law and It Is my belief that In every act I have committed I have but exerted my rights under the constitution and the laws of the- land." Commenting upon these remarks, the court said that there was nothing In them that would cause him to change the conclusion that he had reached. In fact, declared Judge Wright, they but emphasized the at. titude of the? defendants which he Shad pointed out carry the finest line of imported goods to be found in Valley. Imported Figs in baskets, Stuffed Dates and Figs in boxes and glass. Green Olives in bottles. California Glace Fruits. Pinard Prunes in glass. Shelled Almonds. t*>wri«\v' H Chocolates in fancy boxes. Beach Nut Preserves, Heinxer's Mince Meat in stone crocks arid bulj'. Remember we are sole agents for National Crest Coffee. A visit to our store will convince you of ihe superior quality of our goods and method o£ doing business. Our stock of Haviland and Imported Hand Painted China is complete. oPople who have called at our store in past week were amaxod at our beautiful display of Havilaud Hand Painted China, Cut (Mass, Brasses, Carving Sets, Steins and articles in general, which appeal to Christmas shoppers. '-AS.*,*'' ^^f ^^^^^t f ^f^^^^^ ^T^^^ W Bakersfield Grocery Company Tel Maine 186 1715-17 10th. Street reamland Rink Tonight will see rhn opening of the season for thtj high school polo team. Tlu\v have been working hard nt practice the last week to get into condition, and will open the game by play- ins the crack Dreamland team Christ- nuis eve. The high school has some very fast players on the team and will try to take the lead from the Dream- haulers; among the players are the two Forkera who everybody remembers did some fast work for the high school last year. W. Forker, who ie hero on a vacation and played with the team last year will play his old poslton in the game. The Dreamlanders are also in the very best condition and it is expected this will be a very exciting contest. The line up of the two teams will be JIH follows: Dreamlanders, Smith, first rush; Emmons, second rush; J. Davis, conter; R. Cole, half back, and Fug- gett, goal tender. High school—W. Forkor, first rush; B.-Forker, center; J. Dixon, half back; Baker, goal tender. The Dreamland team will go to Madora to play Saturday ami Sunday. Then* will also bo .soiw vory good amateur rncos here for Friday night. Tliepo races will br run by the fastest local racers thnt nn» to bo had. Chamberlain's IJnlment IB o»« of the most remarkable preparation yftt produced for the rellet of rheumatic pains, and for lamo back, sprains aid bruises. The quick relief from palft which It affords lln case of rheumatism is alone worth many times it« cost. Prto.e, 25 cents; large size, 59 cents. For aals by Baer Bros., Eak- ersfleld; Krvn Drug Co., Kern, * 1 STOCKHOLDER'S ANNUAL MEETING, The regular annual meeting of the stockholders of the First National Bank of Bakorsflelil .will be held at their banking ouse In the Cttv ot Bakcrsnolrl. al.. at 3 o'clock p. m.. on Tuawlav. I muary 12th, 1909. lor the election of rectors and the transaction of such o her busi before It Decembei s as mav T.UAM 1th, 190 nronerlv come TEV1S. Pren. 12-11 1 Persons wishing Christmas may inquire at 1223 19th street, tele phone Main 169. 124 ion EEP Citt M M eatre Week December 21. 1908, SHEEP BUTTED OVERALL OUT OF THE CORRALL. A Chicago dispatch says: Orval Overall is telling his friends why he quit the stock yards. Acordlng to Orvie, they were having fun with him at the i yards. Instead of assigning him a soft and lucrative job, like the one given Mordecal Brown, they gave him the task of herding sheep in pen and runway, where the mud was four feet deep. Everybody else had hip boota [on, but Orvie had new striped pants jancl patent leathers. Into the mud they chased him, and for hours he fought rains and baa-ing beasts that stepped on his vest, and occasionally hit him in the dinner with very strong horns. Once lu a while one them would hop the \wn t an 1 Orvie had to Marathon up and down the mud after i stockdom sat on ed for joy. "It cost me more for cloihcs than was Ki'tiing," says Overall, "ami Cal. I'ornia ho^ari to look dearly aiti;u'ti\ ^u to rm i . Brownie has it h oft. i^ thn Inlying luKshn-.s^, an his Kood viKht llu fiuics out, i ran make hit; mowy on* MM-M-, IH ' \vt»r<* having too lau^h t'un \vii entirely." Could Lay Slate-Pencil in One Hands in Dreadful State ease Defied Remedies and Pre-' scriptions—Suffered Seven Years, FOUND A PERMANENT CURE IN CUTICURA "I had eczema on my hands for about teven years and during that time I had used several ao-callcd remedies, together with physicians' and dru«- ista 1 prescriptions. The lisease -was so bad on my hands that I could Jay a slate-poneil in ono of theorncks and a rule placed across the hand would not touch the pen ci 1. I used — Shin Remedy ami others externally luit I old not use any internal remedy, and while Home gave partial relief, none ir- lioved as much as did the flr»»tj box of Cuticura Ointment, 1 made a i>urehuse of Cuticura Sonp and Ointment and my hand* were perfectly cured after two boxes of Cuticura Ointment and aue cake of Hoap were used. 1 now keep thorn on hand for tfiinhurn, eto., and uw Cutk'ura Hoap for shaving. 1 could writo a groat ck*al more in reference to my cure hut do not want to take more cf your time. William H. Dean, Newark, Del., Mar. 28, 1907." CHILD SUFFERED With Sores on Legs. Cured in Two Weeks by Cuticura. "My little daughter suffered with ftorea on her legs all last summer. Her feet were aore, too. and she couldn't wear her ehoea, 1 think «h« was poisoned by running through weeds but the doctor said It woa eczema. I tried several remedle* but failed to find a cure. Then I sent for Cutloura Soap and Cuticura Ointment which cured her in two weeks, I find Cuticura the beat I ever tried for any kind of sore and J hope 1 shall never be without it. Mrs. Gertie Laughlin. Ivydale, W. Va. t Apr. 25, 1007." Complete Extern*! tnd Internal Treatment tor Kvery Humor of InUnU, Chlklreo, .*n<S Adult* ronjlaw of Cutlctir* Soap me.) to Clean/if tba Skin, rutkuta Ointment <Kfo.) to Heal tbiHkin, tnd Ctjthrum n«iolvBD*f5fki,>,(ortnthefonnfttCh«)Oi*t« Coned Piim 2&c. per vl»V ot 00) to PuriW th« BI<xxJ. 8nU! throughout the world. Potter Drug ,t Cheat, Corn . Stole Props-, noitou. MM* *t-U*aad Frt*. Cutlcur* liovk on Skin i For the first three nights presents the Breaming Comedy, i ( HIS UNCLE'S VISIT f i MHO two New Moving Pictures Two llluM rated Songs Three Vaudeville Specialties at oach performance* Four niRhtn, the IJI^: Producer, 1 ' ALL MIXED UP. " Also New Pictures, Now Songn, and New Vaudevilel Acts. Matinee Saturday only Prices 25c and 50c Everybody Buys Kern River Mills Flour It has the greatest demand of any flour made and la used by all house* wires who appreciate fine flour. When you're paying out your money for good flour, get it—and always ask for this brand. It will pay you to try this flour and to find out its thorough goodness. At all grocers. -J t * Souther n Bakersfield'a Leading Hot*} Cuftlne, 8«rv)cn Un««c»llod Jimniie—How did you Know l \»a- Koing to call? Her Little SlrUor—I saw NH1 taking the pins out of JUT bolt.—Puck, t LLY HOLLY WREATHS CHESTER AVENUE NURSERY oak EDA oster Ave Ord Phone C. J. Hlanz, President Arthur 8. Crltes, Cashier, A BANK ACCOUNT FOR CHRISTMAS There is no gift for your boy or girl that compares--' with a bank account. It will make many a Merry Christmas for years to come, because it teaches the wise use of money, instils economy and thrift and helps to form the saving habit. When making up your list of Christmas presents, in- clnde n Bank Book with the First Bank of Kern. 4 por cent interest paid on time deposits and Saving accounts. Announcement! 'Jf AMERICAN BAKERY AND RESTAURANT. open. f plac A clean an cat, While help only. We sell the famous termit" Bread. I ( But- RICHARD HOESER, Prop, Open day and night. 1923 Chester Avenue. •-n H-n ^ ^ ^ ^«™ ^H Adams .Com pan y Has enlarged its store and is prepared to accommodate unlic wi a Groceries Just a load mountain upplrs, for holiday trade. 806 Baker Street. Telephone Main 714.

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