The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 4, 1909 · Page 8
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 8

Bakersfield, California
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Monday, January 4, 1909
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THE BAKEBSPTELD -MONDAY, JAl!TUARY 4, 1900. KODAKS AND SUPPLIES «f the most,' ri'linblo kind*. Eastman's Krt.ihiks. $~> l<> .t!>- r ». Developing lunchiiii-s $2 tu . KilniN VIM! jilii»(•:•• and oping (iiiio. . DEVELOPING AND PRINTING Done For those tin.! ;i:v !»i' 'tllS.V )0 llttclt<! !" it t!!'-!ll- •iO.lvt'H. \Yrili- 1<i :i< !'<>!• cinn- l»!cU' price |js! d( K'oiljiks. Leading Druggists Baer's Southern Hotel Block EMPIRE THEATER EBRITE & SON, Porps. RAILROAD MEM'S BALL WAS A DELIBHTFUL FUNCTION Cue of II--' ti-'tls Of thf ::• '.', ' first annual hu.; •'. hon ( i o;' I.ocomoii-. ]..:r.St, SOO,' ;,- season * "v !lie n by the hniiher- iremen nnrt Kn- .sinrmrn lit Armory ball on New ' Year's cv<:. The hall was tastefully ! iieroniteii. the national colors being ! interwoven with giweful r>nlm leaves | many varl-oolored electric lights I ' brllllnnry of the scene. ( !i 1"'t guests were present and tn r.wi.iit-m miiKlr lurnltthfl under rlie iMri'ftlon of 1'rof. Kuohn, the i I-V.T.IUK was delight fully spent by nil. ; The 3"V< Til committees representing iihe o''d( r -.vere mo«t ntti ntlve In the 1 dl^'harue of their duties, and the complete arrangements added much to the eojoyiijent of the dances. ; IinrliiR tin; evening refreshments were si'i'veil, and It was not until i!:I5 that the me.rry-makers departed, each one of them voicing the sentiment that, the vailnwy men were royal en The committees named by the order and 'o'whom much of the success* o: the .evening WHS tine, were as follows: Arrang'-mcnts—J. P. Shomate, K. F SharUelfnrd and L. C. Hoffman. Floor manager—,T. P. Shomate. Door committee—J. F. O'Brien, J. F. Show:iltf-r, c. H. Arnold, ,1. A. Clark. Floor commltifo—H, H. Bailey, Ft, F. Shtickt Iforil. U C. Hoffman. Reception committee—C. W. Sanders. C. II. Arnold, J. P. Shomate, M. M. Brame. High Class Vaudeville, Illustrated , and Mothn Matinees on Saturday and Sunday, 2:30 p. r,i. Doors open Ht 7. Show begins at 7:30. Second performance. 9 (Continuous pirtormancn ) Overture. "Lilac Blossoms" 2 HARRY CORNELL Old Man Character Stories. 3 Illustrated Song, "You'll Be Sorry Just too Late" Paul Tonjes 4 FLO MORRISON Monologue, Singing and Dancing 5 CORNELL AND FISHER In Comedy Sketch, ; "The Stock Broker." 6 Modern Magic" The Surprise Package." Exit "Belvidere Two Step" PRICES: General Admission loc Reserved Section J 5c Reserved Seats 20c WAS VETERAN OF \ BATTLE OF MANILA: i — ! I V'.'l'liitni (i.alliigher, who dropped i Mead at ilv Sixteen Mile House near! i Mojave, Samvday morning, was a na- i val veteran of the Spanish-American • I war, and as a member of the U. S. S. | Boston participated In the battle of \ Manila. Papers on his person show- ; ed that In 1899 he received his hon- j orablt- dlsrbnrge. He also had a re- j celpt for $#7.73, his share of the j prize money, from the captain of the j Spanish fleet. He was a member of , the Sailors' Union of the Pacific, his I book being In big possession, and Coroner McGinn will communicate wltfc the union officials. The dead man was 35 years of age and a native of Ireland. Gallagher was unknown to the residents at the Sixteen Mile House. He hnd been drinking heavily at Mo- javt> and later at the Sixteen Mi'e House. Saturday morning about G o'clock he arose. He went out to the corral and there gave his coat to an acquaintance for assistance In getting It on. Ho suddenly fell to the ground and never regained consciousness, dying a short time later. The coroner's jury brought In a verdict of death from unknown cause, but alcoholism undoubtedly caused his demise. 931 Pupils in Schools Ti ! " :>•:! lie sch'/)!s tT>-o|.i"i..;>! fodaj* iii'iur n ten days' \.inu!on, with US I pupil* onrolJc'l. TI:N lucl''K 2!> new pupils. All of the !e.ither.j :.. tin.' regular force wt-iv i'!i duty t>xce;n. iliss .lacksun, who ua.-: ';eou ill for some Mine and for \v!:i.:ii Mrs. E. L. Fostdr is .iJjbstiUUIHM. Mis* .Jackson who is InWiicramento, i.- expected bark in two weeks. ««» Motion Argued This Morning Clean Sweep Sale In Every Department To us it is literally lifting the floodgates to allow seasonable merchandise to sweep out with a rush. To you it moans a saving on goods you need right novr—a .vtlwhintial saving on goods in every department rhnuiirhinit our entire store. Men's Suits to be " Swept Out" (hit they go, every one of them, we must have room for the v.'i'ittR suits. All our clothing are from (lie bi'st makers in the country: all are strictly up-to-dati the clean sweep prices are ONE FofRTII. OXE THIRD and sonic LKSM THAN HALF 1'ItlCH. I i' instance a lot of A I - oe aliout -")() suits worth up to .^,"> will hi: "Swept Out" I'm- «p A l.OO Clean Sweep of Underwear Men! (Jet yourselves a suit of two of the high grade un- U-vwcar w.' are offering at nearly HALF PRICE—it is fine «-> «nd silk , nix ed in bin ' ,nd pink strip,': some are ^^TmedlSi cdl^lf^ Men's Shirts AT GLEAN SWEEP PRICES An exceptional bargain in just sn h shirts as- you would wear now. Well made of strong missing—therefore, we offer you the choice of the £•• o « lots worth up to $3..")0, for, n garment H>1 «OO , , ; ilar prices, $1 and $1.25; Clean eep price ................ 75c Clean Sweep of Children's Coats O et the pirls-ROod wnriu conts at the Clean Sweep prices— it m> uns a saving -><: several dollars. Sizes range from 8 to 14 ; just a few of some sixes ; better act quick. The Glean Sweep price of $5.50 Coats is $4.13 The dean Sweep price of $6.75 Coats is $5,07 The Clean Sweep price of $7.50 Coats is $5.63 The Clean Sweep price of $8,00 Coats is $6.00 The Clean Sweep price of $9.00 Coats is $6.75 The Clean Sweep price of $10.00 Coats is $7.50 Funeral this Morning.—The funon of J. J. Cook was held this morning ' from Dixon S; Sons undertaking •' lora. j YOUE"INVENTION i .All matters relating to United St;ites | . and foreign patents given prompt . attention BROOKS & LIDDERS, PATENT ATTORNEYS lloomtt 608-610 LOB AngeluH Trust H<ln Second and Spring StH., l,os Angeles Gall or write. CASTOR IA For Infants and Ohilditn. Tte Kind You Hare Always Bought The motion of u. A. Crothes and Fremont Older for a change of venue In the action for damages begun by William S. Tevls for libel was ar- Kucd In Judge .Million's court this morning, Thomas Scott appearing for the defendants anj H. L. Packard for tii« complainant. It was alleged In the motion, on Information and belief, that A. Weaber. the local distributor of the Bulletin, was made a party to the suit In order to bring the fane to trial iu Kern County, and Mr Scott based his argument on this allegation. Attorney Packard went !nto the law at sonio length to show that j \VVaber was properly named as a de-1 fondant, and In general to sustain' the contention that the case should Clean Sweep of Women's Skirts $5.95 *P ' n ' fj BUY SKIRTS WORTH UP TO $10.00.— splendid warm, jjooil wearing skirts of English suiting, IIoitH-.spim, UraniU' Cloth and Cheviots. All black and mixtures. .They are SAMPLE SKIRTS, exceedingly well tailored after tin- luU'st models — every one brand new _ just arrived a few days ayro. MEN'S SLIPPERS Men's Slippers in black and tan, all sixes. Regular price, $1.00, Clean Sweep price 790 Men's Slippers in black and tan with flexible soles—very comfort- abh- .slippers. Regular prices *!.;.)() and $1.75; Clean Sweep l )ric i' $1.39 i properly be tried here. Judge Mahqn ' f t . Krusc. |lu at the close of the argument took the Savings BUI matter under advisement. Makes Objection. I,. M. Jones, a legatee named In the will of the late James Goodwin, has fll<»d a protest to A. D. \\Tilttemore property. ink of Santa Rosa to J. H. Hunt, $1". north half lot 25, sec- lion .1-2Jt-2(>. John M. Keith, J. J. Mack and Kern Delta Realty Company to D. Dougherty $75, lots (i, 7, 8, block 34, Keith I lion to Keni. I H. M. Monn being appointed administrator with out bonds. The protestant Is repre-1 . H - »}• Monn to , Bessie sented by Attorney W. W. Middlecoff lots '" nn(1 u - block of L/>a Angeles. Civil Gates. In Judge Mahon's court civil cases 1C, Co. Fraser, |10, lots 15 and block 6, subject mortgage Kern Mutual Building and Loan Assn. wr<> set for trial an follows: George \V. Uorgwardt et al vs. Mo- KlttrlcK- Oil Companl, February 16. Kern Valley Bank vs. E. E. Jones, February 19. Kern Valley Bank vs, M. D. Herman <>t al, February 25. THE $100 PRIZE WENT TO JAPANESE PORTER. W. A. Greer came Inga yesterday. down from Coal- Nathan Cole Jr. was in town for a tew nours last night. Bears the JANUARY Clearance Sale OF ALL '08 WHEELS We arc giving you for the 'month of January, a Lamp, ,. Carbide and Hell, plus a 10 ';per cent discount. Come in . and buy early while we have jtlie assortment of such | wheels as Snell, Pierce, Ap' peal, Reading, Peerless, Tri- i bune, Baker & Hamilton. We have about 100 of the wheels which must go. The same old place BibWCyclery 1807 Chester Ave. Phone Main 850. Yei, we 1011 on the Installment plan. Your Harness ({chairing to us. Work dom> •mid reasonable. 10 per Vent off on all Horse Blanliots and Robes. Now is yim\ chance. 1517 19th St. A. 8, Herington VICTOR STEAM GAS HEATERS New scientific discovery; great boon to throat and lung; Buffer ors. Cost of gaii for 10 j hours, 10 cents. Gives i summer heat. No odor VICTOR JET GAS HEATER LEADS ALL OTHERS Htata room 14x18 feet '1C an hour for gas. No. odor. Come and see the wonder. Also the renowned „ lolid comfort gus hetttor > '.11.00. J. H, OARR 1600 Nineteenth St IONAL CREST COFFEES IT I JOLD*"ONLV' IN'TINS Bakerafield Grocery Co. Bakertfleld, C«l. Sole Agent* Phone Main 186. 1717-1719 19th Ing Company, March 9. E. D. Williams vs. Fay Goble, February 23. Fresno Midway Land and OH Company vs. W. P. Cunningham et at, March 23. Johnson County Bank vs. Charlotte Stevens, March 30. E. P. Davis, vs. O. Roux, February 12. Fourth Extension Water Company vs. C. F. Hopp, February 11. no.-;e Palmer vs. John Nell, March O Citizens State Bank vs. J. Vlasnlk, March 30. U. H. Coombs vs. E. E. Jones, February 24.4 lillllP I'HlllilWl AT MORLEY'S A very pleasing program, beginning tonight. Is provon at the tryout of the films received nt Morley's theater. Thn program appears In the "ad" In another column, which contains one extra number, being seven very good pictures, varying from instructive to the moat comical. A very good attendance nightly proves the popularity of this little house. very good attendance nightly proves the popularity of this little house. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. J. A. Cunningham and wife to Alexander Mllelr, |10, wast half and lots 1. 3. 3, 4,, section IS. TriiHtees Chico Oil Co. of West Va. to Chlco Oil Company of California. $5000,32-2!t debtH and stocks now company. North half of northwest quarter of northwest quarter, northwest quarter of northeast quarter of northwest quarter Huctlon SK!2-23; olt 17, section 6-,'W-21, south half of northwest quarter of southwest quarter, southwest quarter of southwest quarter, section 21, northeast quarter of northeast quarter section 26-31-22, southwest quarter of northwest quarter section 2, west half of northwest quarter seclon 2S-IS2-23. southwest quarter of southwest quarter section 1S-32-24, north half of northwest quarter of south\ve%t quarter section 10. northeast quarter of southeast quarter sec- tIon 11. east side southwest quarter of jiortlieiiKt. quarter section 11-10-2;!, west half of southwest quarter of northeast quarter section 23-11-3, A. I,, hobt-y to W. J. Mortimer, $10 .southeast quarter section 32-2(i-23. W. J. Mortimer und wife to Charles 1 S. I. Moto, the Japanese porter ut i the Arlington hotel today discovered i that he was entitled to the flOO award i offered by the Gundlach Shoe Comand he lost no time In making i to the firm that he was the for whom Heard) was being made. As already stated, the second prize went to Rowen Irwln. Marled by Judge.— Judge Wl H. Thomas at 1 o'clock today married Joseph Horn and Lillte Fieldmnn, both residents of Bakerafield, natives of Russia. They will live nere. Billy Reeves' has northern trip. returned from ;> M ORLEY'S THEATRE Masonic Temple, 2007 Chester Avenue Continuous Performance 7:30 to 10:30 P. M. BOX OFFICE OPEN 7:15 to 9:15 Adnrission lOc No Higher STRICTLY HIGH CLASS MOVING PICTURES AND ILLUSTRATED SONGS; FUN AND AMUSEMENT FOR EVERYBODY. "The Jealous Fisherman" The Sexton of Longwyn (Drama) The Jealous Fisherman (Drama) Lady Barbers (Comedy) Paris as Seen from a Height of 2600"8he" (Drama) Feet (Instructive) SONGS—"Are There Thorns In the A Dear Old Grandma (Comedy Roses You Wear." ..drama.) "The Vesper Bells are Rlnalng." An Obstinate Tooth (Comedy) Entire change of f rogram Monday and Thursday nights. Matinee Saturday and Sunday. That Special Sale of Men's Suits YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR IS Now on A Broken Line of Men's Suits and Overcoats for $9.75 Iu keeping with our policy, never to carry any goods from one season into another, we've taken all our broken lines of Suits and Overcoats and reduced them to Nine-Beveniy-Five. Suits that readily sold sold for $15, $16.50 and $18. In most of these Suits there is only one or two of each style, but there are all sizes in the assortment. Browns, Grays, Stripes and mixed, also single and double breasted Black Thibets. Criticize and compare. You'll decide them the best values ever put out. Cor. 19th and I St. Cor. 19th and I St. S.WISEKOPF THE BEST MEN'S STORE

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