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Bakersfield Daily Californian Newspaper Archives Mar 16 1907, Page 8

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Bakersfield Daily Californian (Newspaper) - March 16, 1907, Bakersfield, California The daily californian. Saturday. Marci 16, it. Bigot will be Claflin a Seal j locals play Fresno sentenced monday game tomorrow Polo tomorrow we offer to Supply you with an Ever ready safety for $1.00 a Gillett safety razor for $5. This is one the times when you make Money by spending and your profit in a Purchase promotes ours. I we also offer other makes at reasonable prices. 1 prescriptions accurately filled at reasonable rates. Baer�?T5 safest place to Trade. Southern hotel Block. John bigot found guilty wednesday the crime administering Poison with murderous intent to his aged father was not sentenced this morning As his attorneys e. L. Foster and Mathew Platz desire time in which to perfect an Appeal to the supreme court. He will be brought up monday morning instead and at that time judge Mahon will give him his sentence. Causes stomach trouble. When a Man has trouble with his stomach Yon May know that he is eat tag More than he should some article food drink not suited to his age occupation that his bowels Are habitually constipated. Take chamberlains stomach and liver tablets to regulate the bowels and improve the digestion and see if the trouble does not disappear. Ask for a free Sample. Sold by Baer Bros. Prices now go High new York. March 16�?a squeeze aborts developed in the last halt hour the session the session the Stock Market today which resulted in a wild upward Dight prices. The buying had been a very Large scale All Day and Strong advances had occurred. The bears sought to take advantage a setback when realizing profits was in Progress after the appearance the Bank statement. Their Rush carried up the leaders from 2 to 7 Points. Daughters confederacy hold funeral official Goldfield my san Francisco Bull Frog and Nevada papers at the louvre. Of japanese Bamboo furniture and Art goods and Fine floor matting fancy furniture for bedroom sets made to order. Satisfaction is guaranteed 6. M. Hayashi amp to. 1824 i Street City to. Hub 1226. Near nineteenth Street. The funeral David Bell the old resident Tehachapi who died at the county Hospital pneumonia yesterday was held at 2 30 this after2 noon from the Parlours Payne son. Bell was an old Confederate Veteran and As he had no relatives Here the services were in charge the daughters the confederacy. For results advertise in the californian no baseball game for sunday seems to be the condition things. The eight holdovers who Danny Long left behind him have been practising earnestly for the past two Days and through Pitcher Hickey have been strenuously attempting to arrange a game with some local team to Delight the fans tomorrow but All their efforts seem to have been in vain. The High school boys Are too Busy with examinations to consent and no other local team dares to face the Frisco boys strengthened As they Are by Claflin and Shea. A game was almost arranged with the Uneeda biscuit brigade but the bo>"3 proved to have a greater desire to toss cookies than baseballs and the game was today declared off. Claflin signs contract. A Asa Puoy Claflin is now one the full furred seals. Just before he went with the regulars to Frisco Danny Lony called the husky local youth to one Side and had a Little business talk with him with the result that a sap How agreed to become one Long a standbys for the next year. The Frisco manager is very favourably impressed with Claflin a work and he will be Given every Chance to distinguish himself. Sapho put his signature to a contract calling for a fat salary once every month. Seals play the giants. Today the regulars Are playing the new York giants the new Frisco Diamond and it is considered that kid Mohler a men stand a very Good Chance winning the game. Games will also be played tomorrow and possibly monday after which Long will Lead his seals Back to Bakersfield again to finish their training for the regular league season which opens March 30. There was a Good game Polo at the rink last night Between two local teams and the players showed up Well after their Long rest. The reds j composed the regular team members who will meet Fresno Here tomorrow with the exception goal tend Murphy won the game three to one. The Whites however put up a Good game. Will Forker and James Goodwin were the strongest men this Side and several times made Good plays. Murphy had plenty practice in defending goal against the straight drives Captain Wisecarver and certainly if Fresno scores tomorrow they will have to go some to put j it past this Clever player. The team is As it was the last sea a son excepting that Clarence Williams will Rush with Captain Wisecarver instead Cadwalader. There was a Good attendance last night and considerable enthusiasm i was manifested for a local game. The game tomorrow will be one the closest played at dreamland rink and 1 the greatest interest is being taken in the gome. Butte system is the next one Ohio towns still endangered by the High water oils paints now is the time to paint your buildings. And Here is the place to buy it. Cheaper and better than elsewhere. That a Why. Pioneer merchant eco Cincinnati o., March 16.�?at the rate a Little More than one tenth a foot an hour the Ohio River continued to Rise last night and no indication appeared immediate Relief from the flood. That the River will pass 60 feet when the Crest arrives tomorrow seems certain and fears Are still Felt that the 65.1 foot Mark reached in january May be passed. Ironton o., March 16.�?three Hundred people were driven from their Homes today when the Ohio reached a stage 56.2 feet. The River is rising two inches an hour. Subsiding at Pittsburg. Pittsburg March 16�?the Rivers Are again Back in their channels and the greatest flood Ever known Here is a matter history. For 24 hours the Waters has been steadily receding and their stand at to a. Rn., was 61 feet and still falling at the rate 6 inches an hour. With the receding water the extent the damage caused is Laid Bare. The most conservative figures property and business losses Are $10,000.-0 j and they run from this to $20,-000,000. The loss life in the past three Days is not yet definitely ascertained. At least a score persons met death in the flood and Many Are said to be missing. Butte mont., March 16.�?the members Thuv workingmen a Union connected with the Butte Street railway company quit work this morning the management refusing a i demand for an increase wages from $3 to $3.50 per Day. Manager Wharton the Street car company says that barring accidents the system May continue three Days but not longer. If no agreement is reached before next tuesday morning the entire Street car system Butte Walkerville and East Butte win suspend indefinitely throwing five Hundred men out work. The Motorman and conductors have not struck in sympathy but the workmen control the barns and without their co operation the cars cannot run. Without Gas and the water Supply depending upon Chance Butte control is a most annoying period. The i Gas men Are still strike. The workingmen in the employ the a i ter company Are. Out and As soon Asa main bursts the system must sus Pend. New candidates for municipal offices. Today s wants t sonics now is Hie time to take a bottle tit blood Medicine to tone you up for hot summer months. We recommend . Kings c Sarsaparilla. $1 bottle 6 for $5. Furnished rooms single in housekeeping suites with Gas and Wood stoves electric lights hot and cold water Bath use Telephone free. Cor 21st anti i Street. St. Elmo. Tel. Main 139. Mrs. P. A. Megown. 200 the Singer and whee am Wilson co. Has reopened in the old store 2025 Chester ave. New Supply both makes. Also a Good Supply second hand machines. Repairing done at reasonable charges. V. M. Howard agent. 200 let me show you one the Best Money makers in the Way a boarding House there is in the country. Fine la room House will sell it sell you the furniture and rent you the House. Look at it its a snap. R. A. Moore real estate and insurance room i unites building 19th Street. 197 it the latest candidate to be announce cd is w. H. Thomas 212s fourteenth Street who aspires to the office i Rity recorder. Or. Thomas was for Merly connected with the Bakersfield i Iron works and has Many friends in i this City. John Bowen who lately stated that he would not be a candidate for the marshals office has evidently reconsidered his determination and a petition to place his name the ticket is being circulated this afternoon. No new petitions have been filed with the City clerk besides that b. A. Anderson so is in the running for City trustee. Butcher Wagon demolished in runaway. Bakersfield drug co. I 4 main 42 19th and i 4 4 fun fun Al the Empire Friday night Amatoru night. Don t miss Ltd a Good Bill guaranteed for Sale at ii sacral be one pen Tine trap neat layers. Brown leghorn 14 one year old hens and cockerel if taken it once will sell for $2b. Must have tile room apply to Shady Grove poultry Yards. Or Call up Farmers 7x2. 200 a City Market Butcher Wagon was demolished in a runaway about noon today and several families had meatless luncheons. The horse began kicking violently and finally managed to tear himself away from the Driver and ran Down nineteenth Street to f. Where it struck a pole wrecking the buggy Ana the horse ii self being pinned to the ground by the w Reckage. The horse in spite his fall was unhurt. Wilvern in the californian some thing s you need lost think it. Chain a Ness. With team breeching Complete. $30 done to miss it. Ays halters toe horse halters $1 team bridles $3.50 per set collars $1.50 and up. Breast straps. $1 Choak straps $1 Riding bridles $1 breast Collar pads. 50c Collar pads. 50c Trace chains $2 per set but chains very heavy so per Hook Bailies $1.50 per set bullies raps from 15, up. J its pack sacks pack saddles hobbles. A. B. Herrington. 1517 nineteenth strut. Phone main 789 will feed Range cattle sugar beet pulp a new kind reclamation service will be inaugurated by the Farmers cattle company which has just been incorporated by los Angeles and Long Beach capitalists. The company intends to reclaim the j half starved cattle that roam the j desert bring them to Southern Cali j Ionia feed them the pulp sugar i beets and then place them the mar ret. It is claimed that a desert steer j so thin that it was to stand twice in i one place to make a Shadow will become irs plump As a porker after three Mouths diet beet pulp. A we have contracted for enough pulp from the beet sugar companies Southern California to fatten from 7,000 to 10,000 head cattle each year a a said Clinton Johnson the organizer tic company. A the erection .�?~ i j pens near the sugar factories will be commenced in a Short . San Emidio oranges for state fair. The Kern county Board Trade Hopes to make an unusually Large and attractive display at the state fair in Sacramento this fall and preparations exhibits Are already being made. A Box Fine san Emedio oranges has been purchased and these will at once be placed in preservatives in the regular exhibition Glass Jar. Work will soon be started some Kern Citrus fruits and As other fruits and vegetables Corno into season the Best will be chosen and prepared for Drivers Are fined this morning. P Donner a waiter in the Roost restaurant and Hattie Russell a girl e red Light District appeared Helen Justice Black this morning to ans r the charge drum and disorder1 conduct. night the couple bin a horse and buggy Aud drove the fastest through All the downtown streets finally winding up Chester Avenue with a Little drive the sidewalk. Constable Newell took the pair into custody and As they both confessed their guilt this morning. They were fined five dollars apiece and dismissed. Swell Golf shirts at $1.00 and $1.50 dozens new Spring shirts with attached detached cuffs in Light medium colors with pretty broken checks even Cross checks stripes. Soft Negligee shirts will be popular this season. The new styles Are plaids and checks in Blue Tan Light Green and White grounds Dressy and comfortable shirt .$1 mens easter hats course you la want a new hat this Spring and you will want it to he up to the last tick fashion s Tinie piece. At Redlick a you will find any style a hat you want in soft Novelty Staple shapes in Black Derby blocks Iii Straw. _ showing some unusually Nobby shapes in soft Telescope shapes at. $2 plaid four in hand ties a new conceit and As pretty As they Are popular. The new wide shape in every conceivable color combination from the quiet and genteel Black and White blended Shadow effect to the ones that a speak for themselves 50 new Spring styles menus walk Over shoes at $3.50 and $4.00 by All Odds the Best Quot the top notch $3.50 and $4 shoes for menus Wear. All new styles new tips new lasts Are ready now. No need whatever to pay $5.00 $0.00 for High Grade shoes when walk-0 vers till tin want at a Sav new styles in boys easter suits re ready new styles in Sailor russian Blouse English Norfolk suits for the Little Fellows. Entirely new fashions and most reasonably priced. Also two piece suits for older boys double breasted Coats Ami knee pants. Beautiful new colourings and patterns. Boys English Norfolk snits $2.00 to $10.00. Children s russian Blouse snits. $5 to $9.00. Boys two piece knee rant suits $2.50 to $10.00. Double trading Stamps tonight two Hundred Days in jail for attorney. Los Angeles March i d. Reymert an attorney this City was today adjudged guilty contempt court and sentenced to a Fine j $200 one Hundred Days in the county jail. Reymert says he will be unable to pay the Fine Aud will serve the term. The contempt pro-1 feedings arouse out a burglary Case trial in the court Reymert was charged with having induced two mexicans to offer false testimony establishing an Alibi. The men afterwards confessed in an affidavit that they had perjured themselves. The attorney was denounced by the court who stated that he was satisfied that the witnesses had committed perjury at Reymerth a Behest. 4 4 cosmopolitan a i Herrera a Wilson. Props. Fine wines liquors and cigars. Everything first class. I phone main218, 123419th St a �T�4 a <5 5 5 5 5 a i i 4 4

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