The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 28, 1908 · Page 5
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We wish to thank our Friends and Patrons For Their Hearty Support during the Holiday . Season. 15 GENT DANCES AT The n>e cent dance has come to Bakersfleld. Manager Smith of Dreamland skating rink « announced today that the rink has closed Ha doors and skating for this seaoson Tlhh _ t T N will be discontinued. Instead, dances ' ™,™° et> T> N> will be held In the big pavilion three ' w "8° n times a week, beginning next Friday night. Saturday and Wednesday Ths funeral of Jed La Brake was held yesterday afternoon from the Dlton undertaking parlors under the auspices of the Eagles. A large gathering of lodge members attended. The lodge exercises were held both at the parlors and at the grave. The floral offerings were very beautiful and numerous. A photograph of the grave piled high with flowers was taken. The pall bearers were H. B. Baker, W. T. Baker, Jason Smith, and Wm. KERN THIS MORNfNQ. will remodel the the pavilion, making the floor space to be devoted to dancing smaller. There will be a large promenade In front of the dance floor entrance. The five cent dances have been conducted with great success In Los PROTECT YOURSELF AOAINBT LOBS of papers and valuables by renting a SAFE DEPOSIT BOX $3 THE YEAR Bakersfield Abstract Company QEO. HAY, Mgr. Chester Ave. and 19th St. Basement. FINE PROGRAM IS THE NEW ONE AT MORLEY'S The new program at Morley's theater, which goes on tonight, promises many good things, among its number "A Mountain Feud", a strong dramatic i number, is billed as the feature fllni. I "The Title of the Crusaders" will also i attract mush attention. "The Cave of „ -„ . . .. I the SpooU ' ana the "Elf Kins" both Angeles and San Francisco and the pl . omlse much amusement and "Don- local dances will be run on the same' key gkln ., 8hould also be go0( , plan. Gentlemen will be charged five cents for each dance, entrance to the floor for himself and lady being made only by the presentation of a ticket at the danca floor entrance. Ladles will be admitted to the structure free. There will be cjjarf$ for checking hats and coats. The management will rejierre the right to eject anf and all objectionable characters. At 10 o'clock this morning a quiet wedding took place at the Oyster residence on N street when U .T. Olds and Miss Anna H. Ives of Highlands, Cal., were united In marriage. Rev. Damon of the M. E. Church performed the ceremony, which was wltnes- ed by only the relatives of the contracting parties. Mr. Olds has a I host of friends In Kern who will be J glad to hear of his marriage and will i extend their heartiest congratula- j tions to him and his bride. The young couple will go to housekeeping in! the residence of the groom's aunt,' Mrs. W. M. Oyster, who leaves shortly for Panama, where she will join her husband. -„__ LODGES HOLD INTERESTING JOINT INSTALLATION. MURDER IS DONE IN A CHURCH FIGHT. CHICAGO, Dec. 27.—That a fanatic committed murder as a result of a fac Uonal flght In the Holy Trinity Greek Catholic Church was the theory reached by the police today in trying to solve the mystery of the death of an unidentified Greek whose body was found near a Jewish cemetery. Pieces of clothing were scattered over the place, a fence had been broken down and a partly empty revolver was found. The man had been shot through the heart, evidently after having been badly beaten. the new songs are "Blue Bell" an-.l Ollcenter lodge No. 308 Ladles "1 Am For You," the former being Auxiliary to the B. of R. T and Gold-, on. of the most pronounced hits which «? West lldge No 73 of th B of R. j has come out In the last ten years. ! T - held a Joint Installation last night ».» • , In the 1C of P. lodge room. After A NEW PROGRAM £« Installing of the officers Mrs. AT EMPIRE THEATER.I p earl Hayward on behall of the or- The Empire will have an entirely.*ar presented Mrs. Blhel Premo, new program tonight and It promises ( *B« retiring mistress, wltn a hand- to be one of the best yet presented at that popular house. It follows: Overture, "Blushes and Smiles," Miss B. H. Franck; Qua Calhoun, German politician; illustrated song, "Hearts and Byes," Paul Tonjes; Ma- some gold lodge pin as a token of th« esteem and appreciation of the good work done by her in the past as mistress of the order. A sumptuous banquet concluded the evening's program. rie Celestlne, the crazy soubrette; marestio Bros., elnginfl, trick music, i CAST BREAD ON THE STREET. talking and dancing; Empire motiou pictures, "Russian Cavalry" "The Substitute." FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD. A special meeting of the Fraternal Brotherhood will be held Wednesday evening at K. of P. hall, Kern, for the purpose of Initiating Mrs. C. P. Badger, Mr. and Mrs. John Lewis and Mrs. Samuel Thomas. All members The fact that the body was foun(1 ! are urgently reouested to be present. tn * animals an 1 fur-nt them in ifrnv/lov ornu tinnnAntnA Viv tho nnltf*A . « .. __ _. «* TT ' nf +Vi« TCfiHnnnl IwitM im.-( n LI (hi —THERE WAS NO RETURN. Some excitement was created this morning about 7:30 when the American Bakery team ran away. The horses went down 1 street mil ,1u c t :i^ they turned the corner In front of i he Mel:- :iole (lie. driver was thrown from the f. it and the wagon passed over him. He was uninjured, however, and immediately betrnn pin-suit of fivnt "Man will eventually go by rail from the Atlantic to the Pacific In two days." "I once did It In five hours and then kicked about the slow time." "Where, pray, did this happen?" "In Panama."—Louisville Courier- Saturday was connected by the police \viih a wild scene during a church service on Christmas morning, when opposing factions drew knives In a general fight until the police interfere;!. • « » » NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed bids will be received by C. JRItzman at his residence, 812 H street, Kern, from December 21, 1908, to January 1, 1909, for the erection of a one story concrete and brick building according to plans and specifications. The owner reserves the right to reject any and all bids. 130 C. R1TZMAN. By order of H. Brown. the secretary, Mrs. H. 'l26 of NO BAIL FOR THE SLAYER OF CARMACK. hotel just as they ov- the \v;mon. ':'! "re \\v.» bread, i pies a ?i;.l cukes reaiterel in ali '"rec* ! lions, but no pi.rtlculiir v.-:ts done f o ' ^ 1P wi'.con or driver. :nid ;•:> :-K n i:" I the iinhnals were quieieil they IP.' "ee 1- p; ' "» KERN CITY PERSONALS. NASHVILLE, Dec. 28.—Judge Hart ; today refused ball to Colonel Cooper, i Robin Cooper and Sheriff J. D. I Sharpe, charged with the murder of | •; tspnntnr r n rmnek Mr. and Mrs. M. Hill returned to Senator larmacK. ^ j (hc(r h<jmc )n Jj0s Angelea yeBter(]ay H. M. Storey of the Standard Oil ! after a few clays' visit with Mrs. oCmpany is here today. Hayden Furniture Co. L ear in Mind ! A "Hoosier" cabinet will be given away on New Years' Day to one of our customers—come in and we will explain just how to become the winner of this valuable article. See the cabinet in the window. DYER &. JONES. A new lot of wool Coat Sweaters for men ana boys at The Hub. 132 The Hub has just received another shipment of wool Coat Sweaters for men and boys. 132 .». «. "You say that local option has been of great benefit to this section of the country?" "Yes, sir," answered Colonel StUl- well. "As soon as a lot of us citizens realized how far anybody would have to go for a drink we organized {t good roads movement."—Washington Star. Hill's parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. Cross, j Chas. Premo r.as returned from spent Christ- down their is a Long Beach, where h mas with his parents. Lloyd and Jack Chapln are from San Francisco visiting aunt, Mrs. G. W. Premo. H. C. KJnkade of McKittrick guest at the Metropole. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Phillip* are I here from Portervllle for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Wilburn and daughter of Lindsay are the guests of Mrs. A. W. Snider. Mrs. W. M. Oyster and daughter Ellen leave tonight en route to Panama. On their way they will sto| *~~* ~~ . . I at Santa Barbara to visit the fop "Your husband says that when he mer ' s daughter, Mrs. Fred Hamilton is angry he always counts ten before j w f rjoyle returned on No. 7 he speaks," said one woman. i t hl s morning from Los Angeles. "Yes," answered the other. "I wish t Mr and Mrs Q. \v. Everett ot he'd stop it. Since he got dyspepsia p or tervllle, who have been visiting In i home seems nothing but a class in K ern have returned home. i arithmetic."—Tit-Bits. F 'p Condon has returned from a ; ._ ,v~-»._ j v j g j t to Log Angeles. ' "Dinkey, why did you strike Tom- j Ass i stant Superintendent J. H. my?" ,, I Dodds passed through today on No. 7 j "He called me a sarcasm affinity. 1 0]] hls way to p resno _ I "What did he mean by that?" | R R Swerga i returned home i "I dunno. That's why I slugged tenlay after spending the past | 4-»-« - days'in Log Angeles. i BAKERSFIELD SANDSTONE Mrs j G Haneoek has returned BRICK COMPANY from a vlslt to Fl . esno> after spend! Stockholders Annual Meeting. I , ng c i,rlRtmas with relatives. The annual meeting of the stock-1 j j \y~oodcroft returned on No. 7 • ' Bakersfleld Sandstone yes- few holders of the Brick Company will be held at the office of the corporation In the Producers Savings Bank Building, No. 1706 Nineteenth street, Bakersfleld, California, af3 o'clock p. m., on Monday, January llth, 1909, for the election of directors, and for the transaction of such other business as may be properly brought before It. FRANK S. RICE, Secretary. Date of first publication, Saturday. December 26, 1908. 12-26 Associated Supply Company TwkadSupies Phones Main 19 and 1O26 vSTOF^ES AT Oilceruter, McfiitricR Coalinga KmmmKtsz5m%mm*z^" Bakersfield Iron Works Oil Well Tools And Supplies this morning from a visit. In Los Angeles. F. P. Grlswold and bride are expected to arrive soon from Texas. E. L. Gelwlcks and H. F. Murdock went on a hunting trip yesterday out at Connors and returned with a good supply of game. C. A. Hlveley, general superintendent of the K. T. O. Company, came don from oCallnga yesterday to help locate his family in town. He has rented the Stevenson cottage on Baker street and takes possession today. B. T. Upman returned on No. 7 this morning from a few days' visit with his wife In Los Angeles. J. A. Bunting passed through Kern yesterday In his private car the "El Fleta." rMs. F. O. Klnney and children have gone to Pacific drove for a two weeks' xlsit. W. E. Garldy, chief clerk In the master mechanic's office,, went, to San KrnnclKco yesterday. , Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Farley, former 'residents of Kern, passed through i hero jeslerday on their way to Visa! Ha. i Mr*. E. O. Oshorn of Saugus visit!. d t'rlemlK in Kern yesterday. i ,7. H. Thnyer r'turned on Xo. 7 > th1? inov)iiiifi from T.OH AliJ.'cle-, 'when- h•• spoilt Christmas with his- I family. i Mr. an 1 Mrs. Ii. A. Fleleher re- i turned yesterday from Onuiee, where • they spout Christina* \vltli Mrs. i Fli>t( In r's pitrents. ! Mrs. Mary Crllftlnppr rind daughter | Nornia returned to their homo In Los Ant'i'li'H yr-itiMliiy artef visiting here for the pnst three dnyfl. Mr. and Mrs. W. I/. Eventon have returned from a visit to Colton. .Tad; Norlltlstle of the master me- fhdiiirs otfii <• lias returned from a short visit lu T.os AiiReles. Mrs. M. Johnston, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Cl C. Meyers, find her son, A. M. John- fitnn, for the past month, returned yesierday on the noon train to her home In Tx>H Angeles. .lack TeM.ritN' I'ir. i'' 1 li.K TLoinas PHONES MAIN 29 AND 230~L,!Mj AND 24 STREET i !•!• ,\l:i N' -i ie c:i''i' i't I" i in. for M:ir- ic.,-,-1 ;il) | |p.|>,i h (It .'• II III. for H ill p- .M,.|.| All in !:-i!i i.i'.eip al the Mn>,• lie !i!ir. 'I'd M tin !'•' l-'r.re, tr> Mr. and Mi>. W. II. Woolery, who bave been gpondinp; their Christmas with their daughter, lira. W. O. Davis, roturnoii yesterday to tti*tr horns Closing Out All '08 BICYCLES $45.00 Bicycles, now $35.00 $30.00 Bicycles, now $25.00 $25.00 Bicycles, now $20.00 Positively this reduction open only for n few day>. Edison phonograph Headquarters. A complete linn always in stock. ITnve yonr old phonograph equipped with attachment for playing both 2 and 4 minute records. I can do it for you. I have all size attachments on hand. 958 Baker Street, Kern, Cal GEO. L. SNIDER Phones Main 295 and 1185 Ai Thackry came In from McKlt- ricli last night. MAIL and EXPEE8B OBDEB8 CABEFULLT ATTENED TO Office Phone Main 60 Work* Phone, Main W3 BAKERSFIELD CLEANING AND DYING WORKS AND RENOVATORY Altering and Repairing Neatly Done. Good* called for and Delivered." 1 Contracts taken. Office, 2027-2029 Chester Avenue. Works, Comef Eighth and L Streets, Bakersfleld, Csl. & b HACK, Cashier IB, I J. J. MACK, Vice President Wlkto. President G. J. PLANZ, Asst Cashier. BANK OF BAKERSFIELD Capital Stock, $250,000 Surplus, $140,000 Resources, One Million Dollars Directors—3. W. Wlble, 8. ii. Mack, J. J. Mack, J. M. Keith, L. Uuggeuhlme. General Banking, Domestic aForelgn Exchange. Letters of C relit The officers of the Bank will be glad to give the benefit ofr their experience or observation to all ppersons desiring information on matters of business. Dreamland Dancing Wednesday, Friday And Saturday — ™« Nights =-- — COMMENCING FRIDAY, JAN. 1st, 8:30 P. M. THESE DANCES WILL BE CONDUCTED" IN A STRICTLY FIRST CLASS AND UP TO DATE MANNER. NO OBJECTIONABLE CHARACTERS OR DANCING ALLOWED. N. SMITH, Manaacr. GEELAN MILLINERY 1329-19th St. Phone M. in 450 Half-Price Sale Trimmed Hals and Plumes This sile iin'liKles all our Iriiniii.-.l liats, imiliin^ reserved. Kid) Velvet Hals Ulilfk iliul Wllile. I'lviiell KellS lieautll'ul Hc-aVft'V HI HHilv ciul)i-llislie(l \vith \v\ni'*. iiitrn-iles. pliitii.H, Mowers, satins u-lvcts and (.niiimciits. Our l.ne of PLUMES w the grand- est'ever shown here and all K" at just Half 1'riec. Bakerafleld's Finest MillineiT' Shop.

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