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Bakersfield Daily Californian Newspaper Archives Apr 27 1905, Page 4

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Bakersfield Daily Californian (Newspaper) - April 27, 1905, Bakersfield, California J a Eft juju it a Jujj a i n t in Sod Mac Tai of Ion id a among the \ Travern Ithai a a Koi it i Al it marriage licenses the whist tournament at the a to housekeeping in he Home prepared k Era Field club opens tonight. By the Groom on m Street. A Church wedding. Last night at the me Holst Church in the presence of Only a few mends and relatives miss Edith Maynard be Cane tin Bride of t f. Allen the i silent. The program for this evening Rev Vaughan officiating. Both of the includes venal solos by miss Marnil Ople Are very Well known Iii ton miss Ripley and miss Hickox a Large number were present at the social Given by the ladles Aid at the residence of mrs. Hare this afternoon and a very pleasant time was and piano Solo Young j Bakersfield and their Many friends wish them happiness in their married j Brandy. Cames will life. The Happy couple went at once refreshments served. By be miss Hazel played and h. A. Blodget reelected adjourned meeting of Board of school trustees held last night. Matter of circus performances near City school buildings came up again. At an adjourned Mel Ting of the City Board of education held last night the organization of the Board took plan. Ii. A. Blodget and coins Brower were reelected to the offices of president and Secretary respectively and Vav. S. Allen one of the two directors elected at the recent municipal election took i place on the Board. Aside from tie election of , the principal business thai came be fore the Board was in the shape of a report by the Secretary. In accordance with instructions which he received from the Board at the last meeting i Brower reported that he had Laid a petition before tie Board of try trustees to King that circuses and other similar perform Sancett tie prohibited from stationing themselves in clone proximity to City schools during school a a a a unions and that the petition had been Laid Over until the next meeting of the Board. Or. Brower reported further that since tie petition was presented a circus Lins carried on its performances in the lot adjacent to the Emerson school building causing beside con a id Erable to a of time by the students an amount of Money aggregating $1&Quot in teachers salaries since teachers reported that they were unable to do efficient work wit to the pupils on circus Days. A Iii 11 of $1 presented by m. M. Pettis for repairs on a Lawn Mower a approved and tile Hoard adjourned Clubfoot has been killed member of the president s party puts quietus to noted grizzly. Bear was getting the Best of the dogs and they Walt for the president. The Odd Fellows who spent yes j Day in earn returned last. Nigh on i the Manta be and reported a to delightful trip. The excursion reached Laton it 9 45 a. Rn., where it was met by the Fresno Canton and band and escort to the picnic grounds where tie r were Between three and four thou at people assembled. The Hon. Goo. Vav. Cartwright Del. Ered a speech on Odd Fellowship a picnic lunch was much enjoyed by present and in the afternoon there were different sports and music a dancing passed the hours quickly t m Bakersfield delegation left at 4 2 j in. Among those present from Baker Field were or. And mrs. J. C. Payne. Or. And mrs. Baker or. And mrs Brown or. And mrs. Beardsley mrs Jackson mrs. Wallace messes. Smith Jackson Hall Armstrong t. A s. Newberry and or. Prather. Fraternal brotherhood. The fraternal brotherhood will meet tonight. Delegates will be elect cd to represent Bakersfield at the san Joaquin Valley league to meet in Tulare May 3rd and 4th. This Lodge is entitled to two delegates. The degree of the Mystic i. G. A. M. Will be organized among the members tonight there Are quite a Large number of a two weddings will be emn Zed in Rands Burg. Sol Newcastle colo., april 27 a Clubfoot a grizzly that has been a tor a or to Small Farmers and ranch men j plications for membership to be p for a number of years was killed last hot it. Fred Tollens a member of a marriage License was issued to i Day to Chaa h. Wells and miss Ethel b. Norton both of Randsburg. The ride to be is but id years of age and consent for the marriage has been Given by her father l. W. Norton. A License was also issued for the marriage of James Upton of Barstow and Agnes Conaway of Johannesburg. Annual account allowed. In the matter of the estate of Mary Edward Beale the annual account of Truxton Beale trustee has been approved and allowed and the compel at Ion of or. Beale As trustee for his services As such has been fixed a $12,000 per annul from january 4. 1904, until the further order of the court. Judgment for plaintiff. Judgment for plaintiff foreclosing a mechanics Lien has been rendered in a he ase of e. J. Schneider is. Jerome Oil company. Superior clothes clothes that will convince you with their cleverness if you re prejudiced. Clothes that will please you if you re particular about your dress. Clothes that Are just a Little ahead in style of any you la find. Broad shouldered Long Lapel single and double breasted models. A Wool tested a fabrics Are Stein Block clothes. Arrested for practising Medicine without License night by the presidents party. It. Had been hoped by members of the party that or. Roosevelt would get a Chance at Tiki Bear but the animal was overtaken by the dogs and was playing havoc with them when Tollens Carne up. To save the hounds be was compelled to kill the grizzly. The party started out Early today going up the West Divide Creek. Secretary Loeb tarted Back and will arrive at Glenwood s Springs during the afternoon. Keegl Ken of Shredl u u u u in Pilar or he is a master of interpretation. His programs arc without doubt the fines arranged by any conductor in this country and be ii As richly earned his rights to the title of a the King of program the band will be heard Here at the opera House for matinee and night commencing March 25th. Born. Wangen Heimz in Bakersfield april 27th, to or. And mrs. M. Wangen hoi in a son. Innest famous band coming to the City Tho a famous fifty will be Here nay 25th, afternoon and evening. Word was received till morning that limes band will appetite in Bali a infield Iii the near future. This band liar a National reputation for High High plans music. A St. Louis paper nays of it no exposition in this country is Complete without Lunes and his a a finn oils mileage Pittsburg inn a. Nashville. San Francisco Philadelphia and St i oui have mod Limo As musical feat in while every important City in Tho United states and Canada bus been visited by Lunes and bus band. Then Are two remarkable features about Lunesz leadership one is that he directs without having any music be fore him another is that not ii note is played by any performer nor a bar of music Given i rom tin beginning to the end of to program that is not Iii response to the directing arms of the Leader rile programs Are popular and High lass with a ire bile consistency. Lunes is More than a Lead a night without sleep co Normes strength More rapidly than a Day of hard work. When tile nerves Are not refreshed by a Good night s rest they cannot meet the demands of the . Cor Cornce a nervous i Baboo. The Viavi Hygiene in its chapter on activity rest and sleep analyses the causes for insomnia and teaches the rational method of overcoming it. This Book mikes a woman acquainted with her body. In doth bound Ewers a sir Hundred Edge Bouk 50c by rnai i. N. S. G. W. The native sons hold their re meeting tonight. N. D. G. W. Tejon parlor native Dang will meet tonight. Delegates i n nominated to attend the grand put i in san Jose. The election of get Gates take. Place at the next no n two delegates will be elected. F. And a. M. There will be a special meeting of the Blue Lodge this evening. To. Third degree work will be practice to be Given on saturday before Tim Rand master. O. E. S. The officers of the Eastern Sta win i meet tomorrow afternoon at 2 of clock to practice tin initiatory work for Ini Fiat Ion monday night. Oriental princes. The Oriental princes will meet tonight to transact some important business. Ii. C. Neff was arrested this afternoon for practising Medicine without a License. He Wras arraigned before Justice Millard plead not guilty and his trial Wras set for tomorrow. The complaint was sworn out by doctor Fowler. Sunday school picnic. The sunday schools of the Presby Rian and Cumberland presbyterian Hureh will hold a joint picnic on saturday april 29tht, at the picnic a a a minds about four Miles up the River. Conveyance will leave the Cumberland presbyterian Church at 8 of clock. Oil Stock sales. Byal St Duke we wish to announce that they have one of the electric Massage the Only one in the City. A guaranteed cure for neuralgia or headache a cordial invitation extended to and who wish a first class shave hair Cut and elect Ric Massage. Every Kin a neat arid a clean finest Baths in the City. New fish Block. Of the v i a i co. San Francisco Cal. Etc Law &4m12wi Latta Okum at. Of. Is Why be Gray Sas Francisco april 27.�?morning session Keno independence.30 <4 today s wants it auction saturday april 30, 1905, at to a. In. And 2 p. In. In the fish Block Corner nineteenth and k streets the entire grocery Stock of i. L. Bryant. Also furniture for a seven room House Scott amp White auctioneers. 232 $18 to $25 suit for Sale cheap a threshing on Kine in Good running order. Apply to 1922 Dracaena Street or Telephone main 593. 23 5 tor Sale at the Kern furniture store one Large refrigerator cheap. A Warner. 236 if ifs a Crawford ifs Correct $3.50 Correct in style Correct in shape a a shoe made for the Correct Dresser a la new shapes and leathers. A ask the shoe tournament committee lays Down the Law wanted at once two waitresses at Tho american restaurant. Of Uri. Nettie Harrison a 4-Day hair restorer will bring Back the natural color. Gray or faded i air restored permanently without inconvenience and with no disagreeable after effects. Not a Dye is cleanly leaves no sediment and does not make the hair Sticky. $1.00. Or. In Katie Harrison 13 West 27th St., new York in. Y. 140 Geary St., san Francisco Cal. Sold by tsar tiros., druggists Bakersfield. Lot x. Jos see to a overalls Quot a 5rb, outwear any other make the bathroom in the Bath room you Well know How dirt accumulates in the Bath tub and Wash bowl. No trouble to keep them clean with Bannick Lye. It kills doors and destroys berms in toilets and drains cd waste pipes Are a menace to health. A half minutes work and a tablespoonful of Banner Lye will remove the dangerous accumulation of grease and dirt. Banner Lye is Safe and convenient. A Little Oes a Iona Way. To cents at your Rocco s the sending of your name and address and your grocers name will bring to you our valuable illustrated Booklet the uses of Banner Lye. The company saw rip Cisco Quot to mrs a a Ijar Bakersfield club Pool matches must have been played off by May 1st. On account of the manner in which the Pool tournament at the Bakersfield club has been dragging the members of the committee in charge have pm their Heads together and determined that the matches must be played off. The following notice was posted Over the score card of the tournament today a tournament must be finished by May 1st. A the there will probably be things doing for the next few nights. Before taking oat insurance see Psi in the insurance Man writing life. And Accident insurance. Suite Maude Block phone red 471. Of \ Odd Fellows will a observe anniversary ii Kern Lodge no. 202 i. O. O. T. Will celebrate the eighty sixth it anniversary of the order at theor Hail in Bakersfield on saturday t evening april 29. Hon. A. M. Drew of Fresno will deliver an address on Odd Fellowship. All Odd Fellows and Rebekah and their immediate families Are in it cited. A a. W. Marion a j. C. Payne. T. A. S. Newbury. It committee j 223 it it it a a a a it it Job no a place just opened Good Pilsner Good lunch and Good cigars. That a John Lenninger. He wants nothing better from the California limited log Book. My first trip across the american continent. This certainly is in All respects an admirable train service. I can Hope for nothing better and if i am As Well served on other lines shall be abundantly satisfied. The attendance and meals Are excellent. William Gray Wanganui new zealand. Santa be is the Way piano buyers attention Many Homes made Happy with or pianos during clearance Sale. We have a few unsold All Standar makes. 1 mahogany full size regular or cd $500 during Sale a a a a a a �?�423 1 Walnut regular Price $400 Dur Quot ing Sale Ili. J a a 1 Oak regular Price $275 during Sale. A a a a 1 cottage Organ value $150 Duril end hand ure Choice Barbal Sale. Also a few Call Early and Haberfelde furniture company 1408 nineteenth Street

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