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December 26, 1908

The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 2

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I—-'» I ••** OTS3*& 4 L y -- - «'- .--• << » i|>: • i- THE BAKEBSFffiLD CAIJFORNIAN SATURDAY, DECEMBER, 26, 1908. Cfte Baktrsfltid t nailed ry Evening but Sundays at Bp.kersfk>Id, Korn County, California. City and County Official Paper •ntered In PostofBc*? nt Cal., as Second-class Mall Matter. in rents a month; $5 a Year in Advance ALFRED HARREU_ r Editor and Prop. Telephone Main 31 SATI "KI'AY, IJKU L>'i, SATURDAY, DEC. 26. DEAR TOM: Merry Christmas! And by all means, see that all your Christmas candy is Gruenhagen's, and comes Trom Meroney ! s. BILL. VOTED POK IT. : t*> jail of .M ill-hell and Morrison for terms r;i nir'm^ from a yr:ir to six months, by a iVdmjl jmltfc, for , an a I leu »'(! violation, not of nny linv iif I lit* land, hut of an order issued out of the same court, will more foivihly lirinjr the issue of government liy injunetion directly home to the people than could anything els--, nnd thcr<» is likely to bo more appreciation now of the evils arising from an al)i»se of injunctions than could come while it HOLIDAY JEWELRY SPECIALS Kino Watch' - ami Jawelry for holl- j day uifts. Spf-tal low prices on ladk fari'l gents' lo-k'-fM and chains, from ! now until ChiMmas. Will pay you ! U> call. i R W. 1>K \TKilSEN, Jeweler. 19th and L 8ts. l.nt// DruR Store. 124 puren MPANY BERGES Nineteenth Street Complete Program for the ladies Minstrels Monday MEN ARE POWEMLE68 To FfftM Affolnut DIn«oiie fit the Cnocc. To tront Dandruff, and Palllntf Hair, Jrrimnts or oils on which a para- rcrm will prosper, Is like v/.' fji r from the ocean to prevent the tide deemed a political issue only. The labor leaders who must go to jail unless tlie United States supreme court sets aside the findings of the lower court, or the President interferes, were not convicted of any crime in the manner prescribed h tlu 1 constitution and the laws. Th of trial by jury was denied them. A eitixen may only he imprisoned for crime, and when a crime is alleged, the ac- d is entitled to a hi-nrinir he- fore a jury of his peers. That is the contention of oryani/ed What bids fair to make a hit no less pronounced Uian i he recent performance given !)>' the KIks, will be the Ladles' Minstrels at the Bakeraflelcl opera house on Monday night, when many of the prominent ladies of the city will appear in burnt cork. The performance will Include a first and second part, the first being a regulation minstrel show, with the ladles In costume, and doing all the stunts that Orchestra S« lection Monologue NHS-.I Alma Korker Gibson (Jirls— Miss Bernice Harrell, Mis B Macmurdo, Mies Myra usually KO to make a minstrel performance a success. Mrs. J. Benson Wrenn will be In the middle and on the ends, with a rare collection of fresh jokes, so the Indies' say, will be Alma For ker, Miss Marjorlc Trude, Mtns Bernice Harrell. Miss Margaret Robertson. MlsH Douglass Macmurdo and Miss Gladys Ughtner. The chorus will consist of thirty voices. Tbe box office opened at 10 thi« morning, and llie rush for «eats bespoke a crowded bouse on throughout the hind, and this view accepted hy tin; Democratic party in convention assembled at Denver. There is no attack the courts in such contention, hut the courts certainly attack the rights of citi/ens when they presume to make mi order, or » ]«*, Op . iuhli; <,,mrus. ."Mil Brown Maiden if yon please, and then jail the Sol() -i iii.in'i Mind the Dishes Surface, Miss Kate Grenville, Miss Nellie Orenville. Alias Roberta Holtby, Miss Gladys Manner, Miss Ardls Hare. Miss Martrurite Ughlner. Soloist—Miss June Barber. Ladies' Quartet—Miss Jane Barber, Miss Florc-nc" Honghton, Miss Ysabel F<yker. Miss Alma Forker. Bachelor's Reverie Country (in-) ,-.. Miss Mildred Dixon Golf GlYl MiHH Clementine King Coquette ... Miss Margaret Roberson .Bell of tin- Hall.Miss Gladys Lightnei 1 Nun Miss Millie Smith Huntln • Girl Miss Marguerite Lightner College C.irl ... Miss Bertram Duncan Military Girl . - Miss Roberta. Holtby \Vtdow' Miss Douglas Macmurdo c.mnot accompl'>gh a satisfactory cur virhout having 1 n right •• f the fundamental cause tr<. ,;': lo. V-»u must kill the IMndrufT of the Ncwbro*s Herplclde doe? this becauee it to ppocially made to do that very thing. ROAD NOTICE. Office of the Clerx or tne Board of SuperviRors, County of Kern, State of California. To all non-consenting owners of the hereinafter described lands take notice, that the report of the viewers on proposed County Road No. 271, described as commencing at the corner to sections 1 and 12 on the east boundary of township 26 south of range 25 east, M. D. B. & M., thence west along and 30 feet on each side of the line between sections 1 and 12, 2 and 11, 3 and 10, 4 and 9, and 5 and \vhrn the germ la removed, the hair g, a distance of 5 miles; hns no choice but to resume henJthy. _ A •_. _ — _9 •_. .— -— _ _. A I growth and h* "Destroy tn< effect." auty. e cause, you remove Road 271 A, beginning at the quar «,ter section corner on the east boun- the d&ry Qf ^^ w rf townahlp 2 6 ri by leading druggists. Send lOc. In GENTLE HOE8E8. Boath'of "range 25~east ( "tnence'west I We always have on hand safe Petrott. Mich- to The Herpidde Co., along and 30 feet on each side of the and gentle torses that ladies can Two sizes, 50o and f 1.00. J. A. HUGHES, Agent. Though 'here arc mmd scats >H TO In* hatl, thoK-e who wan! them art* advised thai it will lie well to ma);* 1 their reservations this evening or early Monday. Tin* roinplete program t'or the evening fcilows: H;ic!i«'l"r Mr. Klnwro King " ill an who docs not i-onfonn to it. i'ol Miss Jane Hart><>r Duet "Take Me HI the Knot hall Oam " . Snntf ... "Lot Me Alone" Mis* AlniM Korker, Miss Gladys Li^htner u:. "i I's.-d to Be Afraid to tio onse in tlie hjirk" Mis., Helen Kryo. Solo "Salome Jackson" Miss .lane Bnrber Punishment I'ol 1 t/'Mlt> 1MJU HIM is a necessary provision thai u'ood order and the dignity oi , Miss K] (ljvn( . ( . the court may he preserved, hut it Snnp and Danrc is an outrageous tlriritr N> ''"iistnie riirht ami authority so as tit enable any autocrat to imprison a eiti/en. For hreakmjr. not tin* law of the land, hut a court made law. (tampers and Mitchell had made BO attack <ni property or property rights. They had counseled members of unions not to purchase the output of u certain manufacturing j : "" om; company. 'This they were proh'th- ited from doin^, and hdievini: that the court had not the rinht to make such order they persisted in tho course they had elected Jo Collow. If that is a crime, then the men should have heen tried according to statute. Ohviously i! is Soloir-t Miss Jane. Barber K<>;«Icr Mrs, A. J. Jones i The chorus is as follows: Misses Molllo Harris, Elsie Slater, Rachel | Smith, Kate Grenvllle, Millie, Smith, Florence Honghton, Helen Hill, Ceclle Klchardson, Nettie GrenvHle, Myra Surface, MarguerHe Llghtner, Florence Reynolds, Mildred Dixon, Ethel RIA For Infants and Childi f n. The Kind You Haw Always Bought Bears tbe Signature of Marek's Cigar Store J. F. Marek, Proprietor Miss Vs/clM-l Korker. Mis.s Molll.. llnrris Ounthor• Marguerite Coyno, Rachel * * Orogp, Hazol Gundlaoh, Phyllis Car ver, Ysabel Korker, Ardls Hare, BGS- sic- Harris. Bertha Owen, Bertram Duncan, Helen Frye, Clyde Nlghbert, Rernice Harrell, Gladys Lightner, Alma Forkor. Marguerite Robertson, Douglas Maf-murdo, Roberta HoHby, Marjory Trude, Bly Scrlbner, Jane Harbor, Mrs. Scott, Mrs. J. B, Wrenn, Mrs. Wade Argabrite, Mrs. Harding, Son .............. "Old Time Rag" | Mrs. Schlosaer. Minn Alma Forkor "Are You Sincere" Ml»H Bessie Harris . ."ThurKiJuy is My Jonah Day" Kiu\ (llrlH and C-borus unfair h> pi-rinit a a Ja\v, ;r)'l to sit as .jut violat inn is Tin June! lir ire to make i I • ' power him , atul iill'v whetv ;• • ' • of. Maltby. Dialogue, 'Who Can Tell?" Winnie and I-ena Unink and Agnes Maltby. R'H-itation. ' Tlie I»ngoHt Day of thej Yerir." Lily Brunk. ] !i!tlo;i "Curious U.ttle Ted," j • t Maltby. ' Recitation, "The nay After Christ- Ed Williams. line between the north and south halves of sections 12 and 11, a tance of 2 miles; Roud 271 B, commencing at the corner to sections 11, 12, 13 and 14 of township 26 south of range 25 east, thence west along and 30 feet on each Bide of the line between sections 11 and 14, a distance of 1 mile; Road 27J C, commencing at the corner to sections 13 and 24 on the eaiit boundary of township 26 south of range 25 east, thence west along and 30 feet on each side of the lin« between sections 13 and 24, a distance of 1 mile; also extending easterly from starting point 119 feet to road No. 99; ! Road 271 P, beginning at the quar Iter section corner on the south boun i dary of section 13; thence north along and 30 feet on each side of the line 130S Nineteenth St., Phone Main 908.' between the east and west halves of Wholesale and Retail cigars, To- • section 13, a distance of 1 mile, has tmccos, Pipes and Chewing Gum. Dis-j been set for hearing before the said tributor for Bakersfleld of i Board of Supervisors at their rooms j in the County Court House, in the iCity of Bakersfleld, Kern County, State of California, at the hour of 10 o'clock, a. m., of tho 4th day of Janu ary, 1909, where any and all persona interested therein may appear and make objection thereto if deemed proper. Callt'ornlan want UUB. Ho^t results. 1 The Bald prO poseo road or public highway will pass over, through and upon the lands of Kern County Land Company, E. B. Sherwood, J. L*. Robertson, F. Evert, Chas. E. Lawrence, Chas. Benton, J. R. Melcher, M. Perkins, McFarland-Laird, S. Tucker, W. F. Laird, M. L. McFarlaad J. W. Gilmer, T. B. Rao, 8. A. SUmpson, J. HL Y ou will find everything our horses good animals, and carriages, cabs, surreys, etc, etc., in good running order all the time. W. T. EATLIPP Cor 21 at and t Sts Tel. Main 88 LOVERA, 12i/ 2 c Cigar AVALON, lOc Cigar HALO, 5c Cigar i Clans," \Vin- mas, Recitation, 'Mrs. nie Urunk. .MoiioJoMii-', "^ U"reau of Christmas iufnrmalion," Bessie Howard. Uecitiition, "\ Christmas Story," Lena Brunk. . "When Wo Are Men," Moore, Marvin Williams. Monologue, "Mr. Brown Returns Thanks," Miss Ferguson. Christmas Carols, school. A GOLD BRICK OP THE REAL KIND AT RAND8BURG. (Rnndsburg Minor.) And this, tho real thin*?, not the ordinary gold hrick handed out to quibble people, WRH produced this week from tho Sidney group of mines. Mr. brought it In Wednesday ev- Yoakum, L. L. Kaler, J. L. Nethaf, gchumaker and M. M. Cecil. ' By order of the said Board of Su ! perrisors. 1 H. A. JASTRO, : Chairman of said Board. Attest: I/U MILLER, Clerk. 12-16 J. R. STIRLING Presents the Artistic Comedienne the power ol m- lise\ixsf<l Freely in tlu 1 last eiwunuLrii, and the Ulmr leaders earnestly plead wiili I he 1 workers oi' the euunlry to stand with them for the party that was pledged to the emu'tiuent oF legislation that would guarantee a jury I rial for men amised of eon- tempt of court when the contempt was not committed in the presence of the court. But the rank and tile diil not take the issue seriously. They may think differently about it now. The Nentencing of and Mitchell is exactly in line with the vote of the people enlng- It welched 23 pounda 3Mi ounc at the pollH in November, arid the **• and WUH really two bricks Instead of the popular verdict <*™». Ha valuo was Bomothtng like •IT -it 11 f i IbOUU. quiekly reco^nixed hy the leder- S[U11 DUiklnsun made a trip up tho al judi^e who speukH of the multi- Uta^e line, polns us far as I.ltt.10 1-ako. tnde as "the ratible." The people lust we«k. He report a tho now rail- Rose Melville In the Characteristic Play, "Sis Hopkins" Last Time, Last Chancel To see the Famous '' SNAKENTINB DANCE'' Prices 25c, 50c, 75c, and $1.00 Buy Your Seats Now. Curtain, 8:15 HOT DRINKS, OYSTER COCKTAILS AND CANDY T. C. COPPIN, Prop. Phone Main 251 ^M*B^V*«*««V«W^^ !!••• II GOOD • . M P • i 11 ^1 • "• "HI ' ^ a ™ THINGS in tin* land rule, imil they have very ivfi'iitly simcti.med, itulire.cl- road maklns riiphl with the railing, uud rall« down Hourly, or quite that i'ar, nnd atlll puHhlnK tho ly, the very outrage that has now work rapidly. The rwul will likely go been perpi'trated liy a Federal I'o tl»e west wUle of Owons Luko. jtulire. (Vniaiuiv they had no in- 1 id' appr«t\ nt;: ol' ^ne\i ae- the i'ar! tiott, lull Jhe issue majority who a' jury .n V l \\ i • I'eUiMlUS. With Ui. It!, t) 1 h r j i i d' , ; - it !!! ' f i • • • *> * I I I I .M;- i v'' t I'tM and i ni f.' fi '•• U'.' ' The pV'4'nun : -Ml... - »' H -ii. "M. n> WillltuuH. Recitation, "Men y, Lily Brunk. at ion, *A tttuphl Hook," Williams. Recitation, "A Christnu\» John Rtoonv Bong, Bchool. HccUatlon, "Two Byes," "I Mt'rry Clulst- Donna ) * i l-OW IS n " UI> l nit lilt' t . NVr a l\ i \v ai'tii'lcs Jit atl racli v« i Drug KAHLER BROS., TO EA T AND DRINK oliday s are Here we have everything in the Bicycle lin We have them. Try some of our imported Italian olive oil. Just th'e thing for your salads and seasoning. We also carry a fine Hnfi of imported macaroni. Groceries, Liquors and Cigars. the LARiiCS'i* S rOC.K of piootlK in tbo city \\ t 10 Kn- 1 \Ve O'far , I))' our i; foroct \vh to (jo fo :I V W Can't ••-r- -- Hi l> iJrlivrvy G 1725 Nineteenth Street. frame against buckling WEST HOTEL THE LANDMARK OF SAN FRAN-: MSCO—NOW OPEN Ct:r, Powell and Ellis Streets FRED P. PLAGEMANN, Prop, New building. Modern tu ov- <*ry respect, 1HO rooms. Oppoalto Railroad and Steam- 8htp offices. Especially convenient for commercial travelers. IN THE HEAHT OF THE CITY Free bus meeU all trains and boAtB. Take Market St. cars or Fourth and Ellla car to hotel. Bntramce on Powell St. Capital Paid Up, $100,000 Surplus, $25, A checking account with the First National Bank has so many advantages that yon will find it a great aid in your financial affairs. If you have not already such an account with us we shall be pleased to have you op«n one and test it fo»* yourself. ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN BAKERSFIELD OR KERN 19th and H > OHANIOAL TOYS FEW HAVE WE EAR LAST SELL. COST GOODS HOLIDAY DAY WEABER vai u phone detail fnrm For e*n DSO Agent V

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