The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 28, 1908 · Page 8
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 8

Bakersfield, California
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Monday, December 28, 1908
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That Santa Cl.ins didn't pay much attention to Hit 1 money stringency. That thoro's plenty nt ftollday Rifts still. loft, for those who will nnkc return glfl«. That many who were loo busy to go Christman shopping will find ,1 hiiml.some HOP of Now Year's gifts at Beer's Drus Store. That a fllllefto SuO- ty Razor OutBt for $5 makes the moHt milt*»lo Rift for most any of the strner sex. That a Koclnk or n Fountain Pen make a most opproprlate calling gift for New Year's Day. Leading Druggists Baer' Announcement St Francis Extraordinary! Christmas Tree Prof. ,1. FninclH Rrcnnan, the- world's most celebrated palmist and clairvoyant, has arrive in the city am) has opened an office in the GRAND HOTEL, Cor. 20th Street and Chester Ave. Room 2. where hn "an be con- Prof This evening will be the children's evening nt St. Francis hall. The program Is nn elaborate one and from all reports the trees will be among the' prettiest, largest and most valuable ever had In this city. One entire express load of presents were sent to the hall this morning. A large number of the ladles have been busy all day marking the presents! and arranging the two big trees. The ' suited on ail affairs of life. _ „ Drrnnan has no equal In nis profes- j literary and "vaudeville program' will ; slon. He stands alone, the prince 1 o! be one of the best eiqf given by the' clairvoyants, and Is recognized by the J children. Everybody who claims to ! preBs and public as the greatest mas-(be a friend to the little ones is in-! ter of the science of palmistry the vlted to attend the celebration this world has ever produced. evening. Admission will he free to all. Arrangements have been made to accommodate all. The following program Is only a part of the good work and unless you visit personally you will not he able to appreciate the beauty and value of a first-chus Christmas tree. Hymn, "Adesfe Fldeles," Sunday school class. Recitation. "No Stockings to Extraordinary Sale o f Waists! On^-Fourth One-Third One-Half off Regular Prices Every waist in our stock is offered at remarkable reductions— this sale is extraordiary because the waists are the prettiest, values the best and assortment the greatest in Bakersfleld. The very newest creations of mewaline and taffeta silk, lace, net and linen waists. Some plainly tailored, others elaborately trimmed.. All on sale at He guarantees to reveal every Incident of your life; tell when, whom .aid where you will mnrry; tell you just what you are fitted for and how to obtain money you are In need of. The happlneaa of your future life may depend upon Pfif right solution and proper advice. The profef.iwr mo.kes no mistakes, and all his predictions i are true, and be may bo relied upon You may wish to know if It Is advisable to make n change In business. In love and In marriage WHOM SHALL I MARRY? HOW OFTEN SHALI, I MARRY? SHALL I EVER BE DIVORCED? DOES ANOTHER SHARE THE LOVE THAT RIGHTLY BELONCS TO ME? IF SO. WHO? IS MY DISEASE CURABLE? WHEN SHALL I LEAVE HERE? AM r t LIABLE TO ACCIDENT? SHOULD 1 INVEST MY MONEY? I\ WHAT SHALL I INVEST? HAVE I ANY ENEMIES? CAN I TRUST MY FRIENDS? IN WHAT TOWN OR STATE WOULD I BE MOST SUCCESSFUL? HOW CAN T SELL MY PROPERTY? EOFFEEVS YOU 'WANT IT ! SOLD ONLY IN TINS Bakersfleld Grocery Co. Bakersfield, Cal. Sole Agents Phone Main 186. 1717-1719 19th Wear," Raymond Mattson. Visit," Altne Question," Recitation. "Santa's Orcutt. Recitation, "Child's Tony Barllch. Recitation, "The First Christmas," Catherine Simpson. Hymn, "Guardian Angel," school. Recitation, Leary. "Christmas," Eddie Christmas , Secret," Joyous Time," Recitation, "A Carrie Salazar. Recitation. "The James Kastl. Song, Bert Mallory. Recitation. "Mrs. Santa Edna Tlbbet. I The professor tetls all these things, I ami many more. He Is over ready to j help those with small capital to find a. quick and sura investment. If your | business is unsuccessful, or if you are i In trouble of any kind, you should see j this truly gifted medium at once. He has helped thousands on the road to' Hecliation, success and he can and will help you i lie not only tells you what your life | has been ami will be, but also how to) better your condition In every possible Clans," Albert AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE J. Ii. Jones Carter's Hotel, Maricopa Bakorsfield Garage, Bakerafleld. Main 142. Main 1260 way. Thousands of people are failures today simply because they do not see these things for themselves or are not Recitation. "My Christmas, Wiibur. Recitation. "St. Nick," Dolly Leary. Recitation, "Suppose," Jeff Zander. Hymn, "Colin- Holy Ghost," school. Recitation. "The Heatitlfnl Story," Millie Hull. "The First Birthday," .Jack Zander. Recital ion, "Christmas Bells," Leo narllch. Recitation, "How Santa Comes," Last Four Days of The Great Green Tag Sale When we first announced the Green Tag Sale it created much enthusiasm, which has continued from day to day. The garments we offered won the admiration of hundreds of women because of their high grade and'up-to-date styles. OFF THE REGULAR PRICES Monday and the three. days following we offer the same stylish garments—broken sizes and limited qualities, it is true—AT A STILL SMALLER FRACTION of the regular price, in order to close them out before New Year. ALL OUR Hernlce McGuire. Song, "Jolly Old St. Nick," school. Recitation. "The Time For Me," Al- following the rlsht trade or profession, i berl Wilbur. Prof. Rrenniin has made a life study I Recitation, "If I Were Santa," Car- Davis. BETTER LOOK OUT For A. It, Ilerrin^tDii if yon \\ant nifislmas souvenirs, .'Me. «"iO,. nnd <r5c. Also Cloves of till styles. wr to(i|ie(l ainl fleeee lined. Ptuxti lfl|> robes, $:!.()() to £i;.r>ft. feather and wool duster*, sponges .;rrd (tlinmois, soaps, oils nnd hnr- of these tilings and he Is now prepared lo show you how to make a thorough fiiecess of your life. His fee Is reasonable and within reach of all, and if he does not make you a read- in:: that is superior to iiny you have !'M>r had he will positively refuse to accept any fee whatever. Office hours, 10 a. m., to S p. m. Sunday, 1 to 4 p. m. l.ady attendance. Three reception rooms, so arranged that you meet no strangers. Perfect satisfaction by mall. Send $1, day and date of birth, for mall reading. Sl'KCIAl/— Prof. Bvonnan is the only medium In the country who positively tells your full name, and he! will tell it free of charge to all who I come prepared to take a reading. Cap- 1 ital furnished for business enterpris- : !••;; partners found; property bought I ati'! sold, etc. Remember the address, 'Irand Hotel, corner Twentieth and Chester avenue. Office located just at of .stairs. tf Recitation, "Children's Days," C,co, Wilbur. Recitation, "Christmas Time," Louis Kastl. Christmas song, school. Distribution of presents from trees. Women's Tailored Suits, Princess Dresses, Silk and Wool, Evening and QP era Coats, Women's Long and Short Coats. Carcal Cloth Coats, Misses and Children's Coats, Raincoats, Skirts andi Silk Petticoats, at ONE-FOURTH, ONE-THIRD AND ONE-HALF Go to A. F. Stoner alfalfa seed. for first-class tf SPRAY YOUR TREES WITH PRATT'S SCALECIDE Soluble petroleum. Will positively destroy San Jose scale, and all soft bodied sucking insects without injury to the tree.. Trees sprayed. . For sale at Chester avenue Nursery, corner Sixth Street and Chester avenue. Phone Main 745. A B. HERRINOTON DIXON Undertakers, Funeral Succeuora to Morton A Con RED OKOM AMBULANOI SON •"'mbftlmers • Utendant,1414 19\h BV •ht or Day, HUin *•• -OFF THE REGULAR PRICE Toys For Children You Overlooked at Christmas IVrhups during the last few days you have thought of a little child whose heart could be irljiildetit'd by the irift of an unexpected little toy or doll—who was perhaps overlooked at Christmas. Then do it for New Years—at Redlick's you will find the greatest selection. TOYS are sold here the veiir round. That Special Sale of Men's Now on! Suits YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR IS A Broken Line of Men's Suits and Overcoats for $9.75 Hi In keeping with our policy, never to carry «ujr goods from one season into another, we've taken all our broken lines of Suits and Overcoats and reduced thorn to Nine-Seventy-Ftve. Suit* that readily sold sold for $15, $10.50 and $18. In most of thewe ttuits there is only one or two of each .style, but theiV are all sixes in tin- assortment. Browns, Grays, Stripes and mixed, i\\no single and double breasted Black Thibots. Criticize mid compare. You'll decide Hiem ))),. lu'st values ever nut out. Cor. 19th and I St. Cor. i 9thland I St. S.WISEKOPF New Coat Sweaters For Men and Boys Just Received THE BEST MEN'S S ORE Last Chance to Buy Men's $25 Suits For $11.85 ABOUT 100 SUITS LEFT TO BE SOLD BEFORE JANUARY 1, AT THIS REMARKABLY LOW PRICE. NEVER AGAIN WILL YOU HAVE SUCH A CHANCE TO BUY HIGH-GRADE, STYLISH SUITS AT LESS THAN HALF PRICE. SEE THEM IN THE WINDOW—THEN ACT QUICK. CORONER MCGINN HAD A LONG COLD TRIP- NO ONE HAD DIED. Coroner McGinn doas not know whotuor Its a Josh or not. If it had happened about three months later It would have been a good April fool joke but at this time of the year, traveling all night In the cold is no fun. Far be It from Huch. Saturday night the Coroner received word from Mojave that a man had fallen dead. Mr. McGinn hurriedly caught the Southern Paclfk overland and when be jumped from the gtepa into the piercing fr««alns cold of Mojava, several hours later, a citizen WAS present to inform him that they had been mistaken and the sup- xised dead man had not fallen dead, but had had a fit Instead. Houce the •vices of the coroner were not needed and he hugged the depot fire until he early morning train came by which enrlrtsd him back to his big Morria chair before the plazlng hearth. HOTTENTOTS ARE ONCE MORE ON WARPATH. CAPETOWN. Dec. 28.—The Hotteu- ots In German Southwest Africa are m the warpath again. They recently aided the cattle posts and murdered wo Europeans. Seven German sol- U-rs sent in pursuit wi-r eshot down y i he Hottentots. K T. Lutz of the Turf U sick with htMiniatUm. J M. Atwell U here today. •i;iek McClurg Is In town. 1' ank Fether was an arrival from h. West Side yesterday. JE6U8 BARERAZ DIED LATE LAftT NIGHT. Jesus Bareraz, an aged Mexican resident, died last night at the home of Peter 8alar on Union aranue, The old man had been ill for some time past and for a time was confined to the hospital. He will probably be buried tomorrow. He woe 78 yvara o{ ag« and was born in Mexico. «-•-> JOHN CLAUDIANE8 SAYS CONFESSION WAS FALSE. OAKLAND, Dee 27.—John Claud- tanee, brother of Peter CiuudhineB, woo rus been convicted of dynamiting tbe home ol former Supervisor J. L. Gallagher of San Francisco, and sentenced to life Imprisonment, Is now sold to be ready to repudiate the confession made several months ago and which led to the capture nnd trial of Peter. John now asserts that his desire for the $1000 reward offered for Information leading to the arrest of tho dynamiter was so great that he manufactured the tale HP unfolded to the authorities and which has placed his brother behind the Bars for life. He says he had no Idea the results of his confession would bo so jjreat and wlshea to retract It entirely. anmteur photographer for three yeara and that didn't break him.— Exchange. Bingo—Do you think he can afford to Keep a motor?" Wlngo—He ought to. He's been an FOR SOLID COMFORT Ga to the GRANADA HOTEL Sutler and Hyde Sts. San Francisco $3.50 per day American plan. Headquarters for Bakersfleld. PAYNE .!& SON Funeral Directors Embalmers AMbULAtM Phone Answered Day or Night We Lead, Others Follow EMPIRE THEATER EBRITE & SON, Porpe. Hi«h Gltut* VaudevU*, illustrated SO«K«, ana Motlin Plotur«e Msfine-eB on Saturday and Sunday, 2; SB p. r,,i. Doors open at 7. Show begins at 7:30. Seaond performance, 9 (Continuous j ' 1 Overture. and Smile*" Mitt E. H. Franck 2 QU8 CAL.HOUN German Politician 3 Illuttrated Song, "Hearts and Eyes Paul Tonjet MARIE CELESTINE The Crazy Soubrette DEMARESTIO BROS. Singing, Trick Music, Talking and Dancing 6 EMPIRE MOTION PICTURES "Russian Cavalry" "The Substitute" PRICES: "eneral Admission Irtc Re-Nerved Section I5c Re&ervetl Beats ,... SOc

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