The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 28, 1908 · Page 2
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OK BaktftfitM galtfontUm Krery Evening but Sundays at BftXersfleld, Kern County, California. City and County Official Paper •ntered In Postofflce nt. Bakfir<,fleld, Cal., as Second-class Mall Matter. §0 cents a month; $5 a Year In Advance ALFRED HARRELL, Editor and Prop. Telephone Main 31 MONDAY, DEC. 28, DEAR TOM: Gruenhagen's candy is the most popular candy In BaKersfield --the more you have, the more you want. For Sale at Meroney's BILL. MONDAY, DKORMBKK 2S, 1908 A SUPERFICIAL VIEW. "We think our local cfinlcmpn- rary misses tlic point at issue entirely when, in a a discussion of the jailing of tin.- labor loaderw for disobeying a court order, it, reaches the conclusion |h a t the courts nre very much in the position of a referee in disputes between capital and lahor, occupying about the relation of »\ referee iu a priz* fi^lit. A uiui'h morn serious question ix involved, that of donutitu- tfquul liberty, the freedom of spoeoh and the freedom of the presH. In the OHKC under diseuwrioD, a xjonrt arrogated to itself the authority of saying that it wa« unlawful for the. officials of the American Federation of Labor to ad vis'* those in syuipnthy with the I labor or^tini/.ntionv not to purchase the output of a certain man- ' llfael Ul'illy; coneern. Our culltetll- ' Hiiffercd wrong that right, in the end might triumph. We may be sure that the people will not sanction the action of t!ie federal judge, and the matter ought not to b<" permitted to be settled by an exi'cun\e pardon. ILxtra A Bean tiful little cut glass I(ecnntor filled with the finest I. 0. Turck Brandy will be given |T|\.EfE with eveI 7 W.OO purchase m J. B. BERGES & COMPANY Phone Main 237 1823 Nineteenth Street ; t - ;_. .*j)i KILLED HIMSELF CHRIS YESIERBAY MURPHY GETS DECISION OVER TURNER AT EUREKA. SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 27.—A tele- ; hone mesage relelvej lat« chruuld phone message received late last said that Johnny Murphy had ROAD NOTICE. ofllce of the Clerk or the Board of HupervlftorB, County of Kera, State <if California. To all non-consenting owners of the hereinafter described lands take notice, that the report of the viewers Hauiuis; the woll known Marlcopii tuftiiibtei-, was fuuud dead i«arly rettwrday naorulng In a room iu iU« Uul Moutw rooming house, killed t>y » 8"" In I' 1 " own hand. Tha deed w»» committed nomo time during Cbrlutmai night hut because HatMMlg bad Ijuou drinking UearllT for Ut« past wuuk or ton dfiys, whon big body wu» soon lying on the floor of the room it was supposed he was In a druukwu sleup and thotiu who know the duml miiu had no desire to disturb him, for whon drinking his disposition was mean. Tho effects of thw sproe coming on top ol worry porury will hardly contend that a | caused by the tuamstur's failure to Court lins the ritrht to make such ' i-oilect a largo sum of money, said to an order under the constitution ; be between |8uu and *'JW, due him ftlld the laws of this country. It would not claim such null! for it- Belt' if some disgruntled person or eornliination of persons, displeased with its policy, should try to injure its tmsim-ss by roipiest- ini,' others not to subscribe for the paper in- ads'ertise, in its eclumns. •laim such redress. .'HI elective jlld'Je. serious heariiiL''. •deral jlld-e..,, I,,,| ;,;,. tile people. ;ire as-,mil hit ive I'lllict ion of I il" It' Ami no coi Would n,u r>\> era I IIIL: tin gciVe law. IL: .'I ; be between fSUU and Iroin a .Midway oil company, wlilc-h ' jiievcntod him from paying his help i and feud bills, undoubtedly caused the man to commit suicide. I The Khustly llnil wad mnde ny Har- I i-y Phillips yesterday morniug about :-! o'clock, i'hlllipa the night before | (Satnrday) applied for a room at Hie Del Monte and Hert Shaw, one of the bartenders, seeing that the key to the room occupied by Hlessig bud not bein touched during tho day and was '-tin ill the drawer, concluded i but H;C:.;|L' h;ii| ilcpnrteil and so lentcii the room to Phillips. 1'hllllps i ivilrei) iilimit 11 o'clock, lie found j ihe door open and Haessig lying on j the door, hl.s feet at the end of the: bi'il and hi* iieud under the wash | bowl in t'u. cfM'p.cr of the room. Phillips. Ki inn llaesslK had been drlnMiiL'. ;.nd siiposing he was asleep ilbl not disturb him. "I hud seen him sleeping off drunks many limes before," said Phillips, "and I did not choose to dls- ly Htootl In front of tb« buraan and looking into the mirror tf«d th« fatal H!) oi Ho wat Ijlng OB hto oaoV his riffht ilde to tha wall, erldentlr havlnc fallen backward, and waa In a very natural position. H« had th» appearance of being glMplng, Th«r« wera but a few drops of blood on tL« wall. Tho wound was a email one and cauBod a small flow of blood. which was concealed by th» man> head n» he lay on the floor. Tho remains were remored to th« Dlxon uiorguo whore CXironer M«Qltin will h'dd an Inquest. Haessig wns about fifty yeara of age and well known In the county His business acquaintances speak in hirlu-rit terms of his Integrity an 1 honesty. Several years ago be wn* employed nt tho borax mines and during his employment there Inherited several thousand dollars from an annt. This ho Invested In a string i,f mules und hauled borax for some lime. When the activity revived tho West Side he transferred liis teams there and did much work. Neon given the decluion orer Rufe , on proposed County Road No 271, de'! urner nt the end of twenty rounds soribed as commencing at tho corner •'f hot fighting. itoae«tio«sl and 12 on the M* boundary trf township 2< south ol rang* 2S east, M. D. B. t M., th«nc* west R!M« «•< 80 feet oa each si<* of the liae k«*wera sections 1 and If, : and 11, S a«d 1«, 4 tat t. and i a»« s, a dlitftMc tt C rnflM; Hond m A, tfertunlnc at the quarter seetlM eorner oa the east bcnra- dnry of iMHOB 12 of township 211 south ef MM* 96 «ut, thence went alone aid 8* fMt on e** side of the line b««w*«i tfce north and south halves o! sections 12 and 11, a 41s- tnnre of 2 •'III. iinil iit'ter in;il\ ' [irneeeil Id ) rv i lid-,.- ,: • fused ni' vidliitiiiLf it. Nut uiil\ tllllt. lillt llllrlef the y;ilise d|' pllll- ishinu' the nlleijed violators for C'ollteiiijit d|' enlirl, tile iieeiised are (lenieil the fi^ht (> |' (rinl h\- jury n r.ehMvlneh is .u;u'Mnle, ( Mo eV- o , ;1(K , ; ,„ tho mo ,. nln& cry i-iti/eii iindei- the eoiistilutmn. 11 Phillips i)W oke and not finding Haes- Our iieiirlilmi-, it seems there-1 sig In bed yet thought that he hud fore, lakes a most supi-rfieial view i better arouse him as It was then of this import;)! niiitti'i 1 when it can see nothing inure in -Indue Wri^lit's deeisidii than in a nnmd in a prize fi.irlit, won di- lost one ol' Ilie eonlestiuits. Suppose that the iii<>niin<_r paper, I'oachino; a eoiiclusiou that tobacco is hiirlfnl In mankind, tvcro to heyin n eampai^u auainst the Use of the Weed, and Wi'fe In dililv advise Ihe p'llilie i:.,l lo no" rold. He railed to his friend but there WIVB no response and getting up he bhnok HiK.'SHlg by th« shoulder. He then paw he WHS dead. Joe Kersey, v'. the High' bartender, was mitlfled and jOltlre,- HrltiKs culled In. ! They examined the room ami | found ihjit Mi" iloiii' hail recently been I Illofe tiibae MI. The baei'oiiisis, fi'elin.; llial illes's \Vil^ lieili'J' 'll.ji'ii'i'il . the ediirl fur all order 1-1 the paper t'l'mii 1'iirlliei 1, Ippea I lo si rainni:; injuring them. What would our neighbor say of a court lhat would issue such an order.' What would it say, if declining to he mu/./.led by a eourt order, it enntiuued its war, and its editors were haled into eourt, and sentenced to a year in prison for a violation of the court-made law? The comparison is nut an exaggerated one, ami il does not lake a particularly thoughtful man to fmi "d 'In lock helm* beat hack. The .., i" en window was also freshly Hplil and as ihe dr-nd man's revolver w;is IK,! ib"li in evidence, Officer Ht'luu- il-n'i"! i 'In i 1 " wa.' a niyptory alt:o bed. Ill aci iirdiiiL'l.v arresto'! , I'hUHi • i.e.; •'.,. ;•.(• i UV'Ul Of .loUlVllV, • Ihe .l:ip.ile?e iiorler. \\lio s-oon :>rrlv- |ed, cleared whatever invstei-y was ov- ; ei'liannlni; th" rleaih nnrl Phillips was at once p'leased. The fact that . Macs .|- had not c.illed at tli" bar for i the key to the room shows beyond 1 (incKllon that he himself broke the • lock. The damage to I'.ie window wan , done several days before. i Satunlny afternoon at 3:30 Johnny,! I the porter w.ent to tlu> room for the 1 purpose of making; the bed. The bed j was unused, but he saw Hacsslg ly-! Ing on the floor, In the position he • was found by Phillips. The Japanese | thought the man In a drunken sleep and did not disturb him. When Undertaker Dlxon arrived tho body was moved, uncovering a new '12 caliber revolver of a eheap Christmas Tree at Maricopa One of the most enjoyable Chrln- mag entertainments was that given by the children of the school at Maricopa. A short program by the children in the primary grades in charge of Mrs. Campbell was followed by a Christmas cantata, "Johnny Doubter," presented by the grammar grades in a very pleasing manner, i which did crertlt to their teacher, . Miss Reynolds, who drilled them. ! Tho grand climax of the evening wag a free Christmas tree, given by { the business men and superintendents of ihe West Side town, who subscribed so liberally that a gum of money Htlll remains with which to buy pictures for the school house. The school, which is one of the largest in the ronnty, contains eighty- live scholars mul the interest taken by the people in their s-chool was shown by ihe ;art;e number present. The kind that makes the breakfast -real Coffee through and through— always the same. Your grocer will grind it — better if ground nt home — not too fine. Ko«d 171 B, commencing at the oor- tier to »«»WonB 11, 12, 13 and 14 of E HOftSEB. "W« alurftfv have on band safe and fratfle romes that ladies can dm». Ton will find everything Sfiek and »pam about our stables,, our hones good animals, and car/ riages, cabu, surreys, etc, etc., in' W. T. 1ATLIFF Cor 21 at and < 8te Tel. Main 88 Capital Paid Up, $100,000 Surplus, 925,000 THE PEOPLE ALL to Chora* Cried, Give tTa Herplclde. This ward of late has been in everyone's mouth, and many nr u wondering what tho word stgniUcs, though no 0113 !:an yr.-t b?en found, who will deny that NllWBUO'S JIKRPICIDE does th« WOIK. Well, for the information of thous.uida of ppciple vjho like to Itnow all about a Koud thins, wo wouM Pay that HKUTICIDM :*IOHIIR, n destroj-er or killer of "Heriics." township 3< louth of wage 25 east, j good runrjinif order'all tho time. thone« w«et along and 30 feet on each Bide of ta« line between sections 11 and 14, a dltitance of 1 mile; j Hoad 371 C, commencing at the ! corner to sections 13 and 24 on the : ca«t boundary of township 26 south i of range 25 oast, thence west along ' and 30 feet on each side of the lln« 1 between sections 13 and 24, a distance of 1 mile; also extending easterly from starting point 119 foet to road No. 00; Road 271 D, beginning at the quar ter section corner on the south boundary of flection 13; thence north along and 30 feet on each side of the line between the east and west halves of section 13, a distance of 1 mile, has been set for hearing before the said Hoard of Supervisors at their rooms in the County Court House, In the City of Bakersfteld, Kern County, State of California, at the hour of 10 o'clock, a. m., of the 4th day of January, 1909, where any and all persona Interested therein may appear and make objection thereto if deemed proper. ^ The said proposes road or""p*ubllc highway will pass over, through and upon the lands ef Kern County Land Company, B. E. Sherwood, J. L. Robertson, F. Evert, Chas. E). Lawrence, Chas. Benton, J. R. Melcher, M. Perkins, McFarland-Laird, S. T\icker, W. F. Laird, M. L. McFarlaod J. W. Oil- is tho family nirr.r: or a mer, J, B. Rae, S. A. Stlmpson, J. B. r.w caused by various vcpetal)!*- p-ir- j Yipakum, L. L. Kaler, J. L. Nethaf, E. —. A similar mlcrobo c:i;r- : .Ian-I Schlimaker and M. M. Cecil. T itohinp scalp and f(tiHn» hnir; this j By order of the said Board of Su.... microbe that NEWBHO'P iriiUPr- np.rvlsorg •:; promptly destroys; after \vh!c)i fnn \ v ' MA 'TAQTHfl •. r^n r m r ^i-^rt^t' Allcrt! chai ~ 2* *^™**- I. L.' MILLER, Clerk. 12-16 Fold by Mumps f : ip .. "iipli> to Tiv ;.-!pii-td(! Co., JiL'trMlt. VI,•,!. Two sizes, 50e and J1.00. J. A. HUGHES, Acent. BELMQ/V^ HAVANA CIGARS ^6c NEW The Bon Bon for HOT DRINKS, OYSTER COCKTAILS AND CANDY T. C. COPPIN, Prop. Phone Main 26} The California!) does not helk-ve .1 , ,i i>- • -. i i • that there is any Divinity hed-me- see grave du'Ufer to the einuitry 'n ' mnke. A ne w box of 32 cartridges this deeision of ,Indge Wright.' with JUKI enough of the bullets re- 'moved to fill tho chambers of the re| volver wiis on the bureau. Hut one - , shot WIIK filed. It entered the head HiHiut a court. A eourt is en-iiteil ' j U8t „ jitiie U aek of the right tern- to serve tin- people, not to he the! pie. Hr. Wfst performed tho nutop- inastei-s of the jieop'le. Tt has eer-l^ Donlh , was Instantaneous In the ^t<Jliu fi.uii'tions lo perform, and |^ p ! l( ' ni i" Sv - r> i''• hVe "<flil w'xteh wlieli il iissiimes to iil'l'o.u'ate lo it-j These fuels show'ed conclusively self the oilier powers, it is time to c that ihe suicide was premeditated, call n halt. Tie- people iftil not <'on aider the (niesiion tliat is now em- phasix.ed by the jailing ol' Com-' jil'i's as a serious one' in the lat< political I'amp.'iiun. Hill they are likelv lo talie a dill'ei'eiit \ic\v oi' it in>\v, just as I hey uo-i!d Inive. done in \:i\ em her had the powers! Iliat lie i!;,fe, ion just irad fore I'lt-etiun A iiiimlier many lahor li on 1'ivHuleiit (lOinpei's, The ('alil'iirniau that -he ,i'i«- • ( I'onleivil of newspapers ami uders are calling up- linosevelt to plU'doil hell and Morrison. i.'erely trusts il will The Holidays areHere nt \ve hnve everything in the Bicycle h nothing ol' the kind, or ii it is to he hoped that tine men will refuse to at pi don. They have commit erillle, i'ljd ilie pl'l'l-ede;,! thin federal jiulu'e oiiyht mil permitted to stand, na it would if Koososoll were to issue, an.| |hi lahor leaders accept, a pardon. The)'e is a e;roat in-incipl,- involved here, and it iniijlii a, lie Foi!',dit out im\v as at any I l! ''I n-'l lie pliMSiUit |'or (iom pars and Mitisliell to direct the affairs of organized lahor from prison t'.ells, hut men hoforo them have ei'siight. \Ve si have a few suitahh articles at altra prices. \\ e I'liarantee the Baktrsfield Drug Co. KAHLER BROS., vinp the LARGEST STOCK of 'ir> cjoodw in tho eitv «-t> are I-reparoil to nlve you the right . \Ve guarantee all of our -•'-pairs as well IIB our supplies. Don't forget where to go for the Best Goods. Maine's Cyclery 1725 Nineteenth Street. GOOD THINGS TO EAT AND DRINK We .have them. Try some of o\ir imported Italian olive oil. Just trie thing for your salads and seasoning. We also carry A fine line of imported 1 macaroni. • Groceries, Liquors and Cigars. Pasquini Bros. 1209 19th St. Main 655 Prompt Delivery. 'A checking account with the First National Bank has BO many advantages that yon will find it a great &id in your financial affairt. If yon have riot already snob an account with us we shall be jpl eased to have you open one and test it for yourself. ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN BAKERSFIELD OR KERN Tomer 19th and H MECHANICAL TOYS WE HAVE A PEW LEFT FROM LAST YEAR WHICH WE WILL SELL FOR COST HOLIDAY GOODS SEE OUR HOLIDAY CARDS. A WEABER. 1822 Chester ave Phone Msln 4 \ A.T.§SlBy. Trains Leave Bakersfield nguinst huclvlin;. GOLDEN WEST HOTEL THE LANDMARK OF SAN FRANCISCO—NOW OPEN Cor. Powell and Ellis Streets FRED P. PLAQEMANN, Prop. Now building. Modern in every reaped. 150 rooms. Opposite Railroad and Steamship offices. Especially convenient for commercial travelers. IN THE HEART OF THE CITY Free bun meoU all trains and boats. Take Market St. cars or Fourth nad Bllla car to hotel. Bntxmce on PoweJll St. Leave for Antloch"~,TiT7 Berkeley . . . Chle.ago Corcoran — Denver ' Fresno Grand Canyon Hanford Kansas City. Johannesb'rg Mercod Oakland Onkdale Richmond ... SanFranclsco Searchlight . Stockton Vlsnlia Yteemlta — A.M. 7: 55 " 8T20 " 7:65 8:20 7:30 9:00 7:55 8:20 7:30 9:00 7:55 8:20 7:30 9:0'. 7:55 8:20 7:hO 9:00 7:30 7:55 8:20 7:55 8:20 7:55 8:20 7:55 8:20 7:80 7:65 8:20 8:20 P.M. "7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 Tor detail information phone or 4191 M N. 1. HUD89N, Agent.

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