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January 1, 1909

The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 5

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FRIDAY, JANtJARY 1, 1909. THE BAKERSFIELD to our We wish thank Friends and Patrons For Their Hearty Support during the Holiday Season. BODY OF MNt. CROMWILL TO BE SHIPPED EAST. The remains of Mrs. Cromwell, who died Thankeglvlng day, will be shipped tomorrow morning to Cleveland, Oblo, for burial. Tbe body has been at tbe chapel of Payne ft Son and will be escorted from there tomorrow morning at 7:30 to the Santa Fe depot, MRS. SARAH J. CALDWELL BURIED THIS MORNING. The mortal remains of Mrs. Sarah J, Caldwell were laid to rest In Union Cemetery this morning, the funeral being held from the Caldwell residence at 706 C street. Rev. Welman officiated. The following acted as pallbearers: R. chambler, J. A. Sears, W. L. Sears. L. R. Caldwell, E. L. Hougham, M. A. Duncan. POPULAR YOUNG COUPLE -. ARE WED IN KERN. PROTECT YOURSELF AGAINST LOSS of papers and valuables by renting a SAFE DEPOSIT BOX 93 THE YEAR Bakersfield Abstract Comply QEO. HAY, Mgr. Chester Ave. and l9lh St. Basement LAST TRIBUTE TO THE LATE MRS. MATTHEWS. The funeral of MrsPPTlpton Matthews of Wasco was held thin afternoon from the parlors of Dixon & Sons, the services being conducted by .Rev. Berger of Wasco. There were a number of beautiful floral offerings, and many friends folowed the remains to their last resting place in Union Cemetery. The pall bearers were P. Murry, H.W. Brakville, P. J. Garwood, Green Hart, A. B. Griffith and A. Yost. BEATS OF -POLICE OFFICERS ARE CHANGED. Marshal McKamy today ordered a change in the detail of two of the police officers. Officer Goodall, who assists the Marshal In the collection of tbe licenses, acting in the capacity of license clerk, has been trans- ferrrd from the tenderloin beat with hours from 10 p. m. to 6 a. m. to the day shift from 8 a. m. to 4 p. m., and Officer Bowen has been detailed to the night duty. At 8:45 this morning James Alvin Carlin and Miss Anna Hemmy were united in marriage at the parsonage of Rev. Eugene Heflernan. The young couple were attended by Chas. Doyle and Miss Grace Hand, a cousin of the groom, the only other witnesses present being Mr. and Mrs. I, V. Car- lln, parents of the groom. Tbe groom IB well known In Kern, where he has resided the greater part of his life, and he ia at present employed as a fireman for the South ern Pacific Company. He has many friends among the railroad men. The bride is a Los Angeles girl and although not well known, made quite a number of warm friends while on a visit here several months ago. After the ceremony a wedding breakfast wag served at the home of the groom's parents and the hatfpy couple left on the noon train for the south, where they will spend their honeymoon. Upon their return to Kern they will go to housekeeping In furnished apartments at 726 M street. Watch Parties Last Evening R. J..Gans, the Los man Is In town today. Angeles clgl-' DOG LICENSE NOTICE. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. P. Turner of 1102 M street entertained the members of the B of R. C. A. last evening at an enjoyable watch party. Dancing, card playing and music furnished amusement for the evening, and towards the close of the evening refreshments were served. The pleasant gathering broke up at midnight and all departed' for their homes, Wishing each other a happy nnd prosperous new years. Those present were: I. J. Oarrett, Mr. and Mrs. O. V. Me Clure, Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Summerick, Mr. and Mrs. A. Grutzmacher, Mrs. J Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burns, Mr. and Mrs. C. Wheeler, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Downey, Mr. and Mrs. F. A Kennedy. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Brad ley, Mrs. Miller, R. F. Coates, Win Safford, Geo. Johnson, Dave Kofahl Dave Higgins, T. Brooks, Chas. Mes- dick, E. T. Garrett, 8. Garrett, R. Garrett, Bart Garrett, Willie Eugene and John Downey, Carl Hollingsworth, Mr, and Mrs. Maher, Hershel Turner, Louie Summerlck, Basil Wheeler Misses Elsie, Hazel and Marie Raw .lings, Hazel and Nellie Bradley Phoebe Oarrett, Mabel Smith, Gladys Burns, Anslee Coates, Melllssa Dow ney, Agnes and Ruth Turner, and Thomas Nelson. Mr«. Hand Entertains. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hand entertain ed last evening at their home on N street in honor of Miss Anna Hemmy and J. A, Carlin. A very pleasant ev enlng was spent in games and music and a sumptuous spread was serve; later in the evening. At 1 o'clock there was a hay rack waiting at the _. . T -, „„,,„„-„ door and the guests were taken to: M h r 08 a e nd Pr M™ nt Ga»bel, J M^ S!°S£ ' »«>' '" le before return ' ng "> the ' Latz, Mrs. E. M. Ueale, Miss Caryl | Beale and J. P. Dearth. j TO HOLD MEETING. The Lady Maccabees wilt bold their regular meeting tonight, after which the social committee, composed of Mrs. F. c. Bauer, Mrs. W. B. Hope, Mrs. J. W. Hess, Miss Tekla Anderson and Mrs. C. 8. Clare, will serve refreshments in tbe banquet hall. • i» Saw the Year Out—J. F. Dearth was host at a little gathering In, the parlors of the Southern last night to watch the old year out. There were refreshments and merriment until after the New Year was an hour old. Thog(J ,, resent c p MUlB( Mr Notice is hereby given tlint all persons owning nnd keeping dogs within the limits of the Town of Kern, that license tags for the year*1909 are _ now ready for delivery at the office of i musical the Marshal, and on and after the 1st j traction day of January, Ifl09, t will proceed to Impound nil dogs .found running on the streets that are not wearing license tag for the ye.".r 1909. 119 C P. B\DOKU. Marshal tho Tuneful, racy music, a wealth of new song hit- an intensely Interesting story full of sunshine, laughter and love, are all bespoken for the "Yankee Doodle Boy," Powell & Cohan's play, which will he the at- at the Bakersfleld Opera House tonight. Bull Hicks, nicknamed the "Yankee Doodle Eoy," is the central figure. He is slangy, but you love him from tho moment he makes his llrst appear- Tomorrow Night h ear m Mind ! A "Hoosier" cabinet will be given away tomorrow night 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. were Mr. and Mrs Mrs. W. T? Hand Hering, Mrs. Wai ker, Mr, and Mrs. J. V. Carlin, Mr and Mrs. F. J. Mars'.;. Chas, Doyle, W Van Meter, W. Ayeys, Willarl Rude Milalrd Rude, J. A. Carlin, M4ss C!oan na Hall, Miss Anna Hemmy, Miss U.i! la Mills, Miss Jennie Tray, Miss Maltha Burnetts and Miss Grace H,,a:l. Golden Hour Club. The Golden Hour Club was delightfully entertained last evening at a watch party at the home of Errol Clare. 721 M street. The evening was intent In games and music and at a iate hour dainty refreshments wore BAKERSFIELD OPERA HOUSE SORT. (i. R ASTO^. t1»n»iir f TONIGH Powell and Cohan Politely Proi "BUD HICKS, THE The Yankee Doodle Boy WHAT W YOU 1 UTTtUT A Comedy Drama with Music 10- BIG SONG HITS -10 ance—ho Is so typically American. Bud's "long ^uit." is making love and he tries the effects cU his "fatal serv ed. Among those present were beauty" (ash eexpresses it) on every I M | S8 Emeline Smith, Miss May Blair, pretty girl he meets. Finally, howev- ( ju as Frankie Heed, Miss Bulah Rc-ed, er, he encounters his affinity in the• jjj B8 Bessie Hart, Miss Elsie John, form of Miss Truly Spencer of Down-<M!cs Marguerite Murphy, Miss Ethel er's Grove, Illinois, and it's "all oft" i Phillips, Herbert Blajp Roy Larson, with Bud—the biter Is bitten. He Gordon Hay, Chas, CJHntat, Willard falls desperately in love, but Truly Is a tease and keeps him guessing. The song hits are all new this season, last seasons' tuneful music having all been discarded, as Messrs. Powell and Cohan are determined that the "Yankee Doodle Boy" shall continue to be "the best musical play touring the country." AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE J. H. Jones Carter's Hotel, Marlcopa Bakersfleld Garage, Bakersfleld. Main 142. Main 1260 Notable Singing, Dancing, Acting Cast Prices 25c to $1.00 i DYER & JONES. PAYNE |& JON. Funeral Directors Embalmers AMbULANGE rhone Answered Day or Night Associated Supply Company Oil Well Tools nad Supplies Phones Main 19 and 1O26 STORES AT Oilcenter, McRitricR and Coaling'a Kuehn, Norman Semorlle and Rowen Stufflebeen. NOTES AND PERSONALS. Traveling Station Agent Gudgell of tos Angeles returned home today 'after spending a few days in Kern. W. E. Sullivan of the superinten dent's office is slightly under the weather and unable to attend to his duties In the office. Dave Kofahl went to McKHtrick this morning. Frank Murphy and party went on a hunting trip to the lake today. I Miss Emma Toland, who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. M. A. To land, for the past two weeks, expects to return to San Francisco Sunday morning. Miss Irrna Cook has returned trom a visit with relatives in Oakdale. Miss Tot Meyers, who has been visit Ing her aunt, Mrs. G. R. Peckham, . for the past week, returned to her ' home in Los Angeles yesterday. I Dr. Freeman of Fullerton Is in town |.visiting his sons, Arthur and Bert' Freeman. lliiB Evelyn Bohna of Woody arrived from Oakland last evening and* spent New Year's day with Mrs. W. H. Hearle in r.«.'n. I P. C. Ea.ierbrook and son are here from Fresno visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ammerman have returned from a visit to Armnoa. Mrs. H". H. Holden and daughter, Marjorie, have returned to their home in Los Angeles after visiting friends in Kern for the past week. Mrs. George Strathearn and son, Frencls, returned on No, 107 yesterday from Los Angeles, where they havo been visiting for the past week. A. T. Burdlck came down from Lindsay yesterday. 1 Fred Snobert of Tehachapl is a visitor In town. Earnest Eardley of Famosa Is a guest at the Metropole. Mrs. M. Tripper of Maricopa is In town for a few days. Mrs. nossle Swartz. formerly of this j city Is now living In Hiawatha, Kansas, whoro she Is taking nurses' train- Ing lu the Hiawatha hospital. Sunday, January 3d, Carl Berch Presents the Greatest Living Irish Actor, Charles Erin Verner in the Historical Irish Drama, "Shamus O'Brien" The Hero of '98 Drilling and Fishing Jars We have a large stock of fine, heavy jars and can fit you out with any diameter stroke and joint. Bakersfield Iron Works PHONES MAIN 29 AND 230--L, M AND 24 STREET WILD GAME POULTRY PISH ALWAYS FRESE AT THE City Fish Market GIVE US A TRIAL WE WILL PLEASE YOU A. Lyons, Prop Mr. Verner will sing some of the real Irish Songs. Prices 25c, 50c, 75o and $1,60 Buy Seats Thursday. Monday, January 4th COHAN & HARRIS COMEDIANS In Frederic Thompson's massive stupendous production of "Winchell Smith and Byron Ongley'u Dramatization of Geo. Barr McCutcheon's celebrated story. Brewster's Millions WITH ROBERT OBER And the same notable east and scenic equipment nw seen here last season, including the World's greatest Yaeht Scene Prices 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50 Buy Seats Saturday Mail orders with cash or money order and addressed Btaraped; envelope will receive prompt attention. TUESDAY. JANUARY 5th* Event of Mirth and Melody With the Univerity of California Glee Club Under the Direction of ; CLINTON R. MORSE ; See the Grand Chorus of Trained Fleas. Brick says, ''They Wi^ Tickle You." Price* 60c, 75c and $1,00)1

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