The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 24, 1908 · Page 8
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 8

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, December 24, 1908
Page 8
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Merry Christmas We thank ymi very much for ••our Cliristmnh traditiu wiMi us ,un! I'm- all (hi- trading oi' the .•cur lf)OH. We wish you ;t .Merry '"In-' ;tin;is both you urn! ;ill your Leading Druggist* Baer' Announcement Extraordinary the Southern Hotel Block IONAL CREST Prof. .F. Francis Brennan, world's most celebrate.! palmist clairvoyant, has itrrive in the city and has opened an office lu the GRAND HOTEL, Cor, 20th Street and'Oh ester Ave. Room 2. whore he ^an be consulted on all affairs of life. Prof, r.rennan has no equal In nts profession. He stands alone, the prince ot clairvoyants, and is recognized by the press and public as the greatest master of the science of palmistry the world has ever produced. Ho guarantees to reveal every In- cirtfnt of your life; tell when, whom tnd where you will marry; tell you .lust what you are fitted for and how to obtain money you are In need of. The happiness of your future life may depend upon the right solution and proper advice. The profetxjr makes no mistakes, and all his predictions are true, and he may be relied upon. i You may wish to know If it Is advls- ' able to make a change in business, In SSSSSBM Money fioes Into Christmas Fund By agreement between the newspa- ana i per offices the proceeds of the recent love and In marriage. WHOM SHALL I MARRY? HOW YOU WANT IT ! ONLY IN TINS Bakersfleld Orocery Co. Bakersfield, Cat. Sole Agents Phone - OFTEN SHALL, I MARRY? SHALL t EVER BE DIVORCED? DOES ANOTHER SHARE THE LOVE THAT RIGHTLY'BELONGS TO MB? IP SO, WHO? IS MY DISEASE CURABLE? HERE? DENT? MONEY" VRST? WHEN SHALL t LEAVE AM i LIABLE TO ACCI- SHOULD I INVEST MY IN WHAT SHALL I IN- HAVE I ANY PNEMIES? AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE J. H."Jones Carter's Hotel, Maricopa Bakersfleld Garage, Bakersfield. Main 142. Main 1260 We Lead. Others Follow EMPIRE THEATER EBRITE & SON. Porps. . OURS, and Moti-m p| r t,|.-,. s MHIrwes on Saturday and Sunday 2:30 p. r,,. | unfits open at 7. .Show !»>,"ii)s ,11 7:80. Second perro'-uuiiu-o. !t (ContlntioiM •> >rfnri))an, r w Overture. "Wedding of the Winds." Miss E. H. Fr.inck 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 Geneste Hypnotist 1) Motion Pictures "Humpty Dumpty Circus" II) 'gth Massachusetts March—Finale CAN I TRUST MY FRIENDS? IN WHAT TOWN OR STATE WOULD 1 BE MOST SUCCESSFUL? HOW CAN I SELL MY PROPERTY? Tho professor tolls all these things, and many more. He is ever ready to help those with small capital to find a quick and sur? Investment. If your I business is unsuccessful, or if you ave I in trouble of any kind, you sliould see 1 this truly gifted medium at once. He has helped thousands on the road to success and he can and will help you. He not only tells you what your life lias been and will be, but also how to better your condition In every possible I way. Thousands of people are failures i today simply because they do not see these things for themselves or are not following the right trade or profession. Prof. Brennun has made a life study of these things and he is now prepared to show you how to make a thorough success of your life. His fee Is reasonable and within reach of all, and I!' he does not make you a reading that is superior to any you have ever had he will positively refuse to accept any fee whatever. Ollice hours, TO n. in., to S p. m. Sunday, 1 to 4 p. in. Lady attendance. Three reception rooms, so arranged that you meet no strangers. Perfect satisfaction by mail. Send $1, day and date of birth, for mail SPECIAL—Prof. Drennan Is the only medium In the country who positively tells your full name; and he will tell it free of charge to :>11 who come prepared to tal;e a reading. Capital furnished for business enterprises; partners found; property bought . and sold. ole. Remember the address, (irand Hotel, corner Twentieth and | Chester avenue. Ofllce located just at hi'.-id o! stairs. tf baseball game have been turned over to the committee of the Order of Elks and will be by them placed where It will do the most good. This order, annually, seeks to bring a little bright, ness Into the lives of those whom misfortune has overtaken, and a local committee has been at work for some time to the end that none shall be forgotten at a time when all la gladness. This year the committee has found ample scope for its work, and It was decided' by the printers and newspaper men that they eou'.d place the money to no better advantage than with the Elks' committee. Owing to the busy rush in both newspaper offices the Christmas tree Idea had to he abandoned for the lack of time to attend to details, but It Is very likely that the money, expended as now planned, will do more real good than would have resulted had the original Idea been carried out. Roman Cement At Tehachapi Mucli dlsappolntmen Is expressed at the h"idquarters of the Los Angeles aqueduct because of the delay In getting the big cement mill at Tehachapi In operation. The trouble Is primarily due to the failure f a Wisconsin steel firm in ship the material for the building th;it is to enclose the machinery on tiiii>' This machinery is now all on the ground, but the work of erecting the biiiidlns Itself is proceeding much Slower thiin had been expected. ItTi.-id been hoped to begin the manufiK 'ure of cement not later than the firs' of the year, but the structure Is now only about half completed, and the indications are that there will be a furtlu i <l-l;iy of about a month. E. Dm ce. the aqueduct cement expert, tin.-, been making a number of Interesting tests lately, nnd reports having touiid at three places along the llne.of Mi" .-Kjuodnct materials similar to those nini which Roman center^ was mad' 1 . The Romnns, in constructing the Miiiseum an I their famous „„_ in , i, 'faquedmt. used volcanic rock from committee both newspaper, will re- Vesuvius.,ml mixed It with lime. i ceive any gifts designed for dfstrlbu- ttt . . , 6 ° f EIk8 tion, and see to It that they are placed In the proper channel. WIDELY KNOWN HOUSE SUSPENDED FROM EXCHANGE. NEW YORK, Dec. 24.—W. H. Martin and Thomas Moorehead, members' of the firm of Marshall, Spader & Co., were suspended by the New York Stock Exchange today for three years. It Is charged the suspension Is In conection win he failure of Coser, Knapp' & Co. The suspended members are said to be guilty of "do- Ing business Inconsistent with Just and equitable principles ot trade." It is a widely known house. commission The materials which Mr. Duryee has used In i;is experiments are found to corrt'sp'-n.l closely to samples which he h:is obtained from Italv, and he says it A ill be possible to make the same i<ii><l of cement from them. Most of thi.-, ni.uerlal is found near the site of the l!,ii\vee reservoir and Is useful chlell,\ in the manufacture of the j cheapen -:rade of cement. Contrary to popular inipi-edsion the Roman cement does in.- compare with the Portland varlet> now manufactured. It has, howev. i hydraulic qualities which I make it ,n!aptable to certain parts of the iiqu'-luct work and its manufacture wn-ild probably result in a considerable .-uiii:: to the city.—Los les Examiner. "Sis Hopkins" Here Saturday PRICKS: >iu>ral Adnil'iRlon 1dc >K«'!-U!<| .Section ' " 'l5c I'SPrved SnatH . . . 20c BETTER LOOK OUT . For A. H. Herrington if you want Christinas souvenirs, 35c, 50c nnd 75c. Also gloves of all styles, fur topped nnd floeco lined. Plush lap robes, W.OO to $6.50, feather and wool dusters, sponges and e.luunois, soaps, oils nnd harness dressing. 4. B. HEKRINOTON We wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Yoar. THE MODEL Suit and Cloak House Main 975 1520 19th St. GEELAN MILLINERY I gain 450. ~-_^ I?? 9 Nineteenth Street. _ 5—Values up to $8 $10 and $13 Holiday Hat Sale This lot includes some now models miide in our own work room ltd arc exceptional values. All our fine, exclusive millinery re- lieed. Special attention given to rctritnniing old hats, so b^ing cm to us. WE KNOW HOW. Peyerre Burled Today.-The funeral of C. Peyrre was hel.l this afternoon from the undertaking parlors of Dlx- on & Sons. The Inquest held yeater- day determined that death to acute pneumonia. was due Want ads, 50.penU a week. FOR OBBI8TMA8 Fruit Cak< As good as mothers. Give us an order and be convinced. Pound Cake This is our specialtv. Pronounced liy housewives as the best ever. Annett's Bakery 1627 19th St. Phone M 930 HYPNOTIST STAR IN EMPIRE BILL Professor De La Geneste Is furnish- lag the feature number of this we«k'a program at the Empire. The Profes-' sor Is a hypnotise of no mean ability and the leading trick of his act ts th« breaking of a huge granite block on the chest of a subject A. R. Ebrite, son of the manager, was the subject laat night. The young man was placed in a hypnotized condition, the big rock put on his chest and with a 10 pound hammer the professor shattered it to bits without young Ebrite being aware of what was going on. Professor tieneste has many other fine tricks, i The act with the rock breaking will be repeated tonight. We Wish All Merry Christmas Our Store Ctosed Tomorrow Three Great Events Extraordinary Sale of Waists, Saturday Green Tag Sale in Cloak and Suit Department Sale of Men's $25.00 Suits for $11.85. Be Particular 30 Days FresherTjThan Eastern Shortening!" MADE ON THE COAST BY THE CUDAHY PACKING CO. LOS ANGELES MORLEY'S THEATRE Masonic Temple, 2007 Ch-.ster Avenue Continuous Performance )\ dn j ss j on | Q C 7:30 to 10:30 P. M. BOX OFFICE OPEN 7M5 to 9:15 No Higher STRICTLY HIGH CLASS MOVING PICTURES AND ILLUSTRATED SONGS; FUN AND AMUSEMENT FOR EVERYBODY. "Wood Floating and Pulp Mill" "Persistency Wins." "Magic Roses" Ten pound Turkey given away "Airship" until Christmas "Pair or Spectacles" ^ 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 to holder of lucky coupon. \V of n Mlh, the i SANK ROBBERS MADE TO FLEE BY CITIZENS. HITA, Dec. 21.—Two explosions o glycerine in the vault at the Kansas. State Hank, aroused .zens last night and prevented a robe:. The inner door of the safe was l..;act. with flve thousand dollars Hist ItMlilt?. Shots were exchanged between citizens and the robbers, who escaped unhur;. They fled on horseback, Christmas Greeting To our many friends and patrons who by their loyal support have helped to increase our business during a difficult and trying year, we extend our hearty thanks with the compliments of the season. S.W1SEKOPF

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