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Bakersfield Daily Californian (Newspaper) - March 22, 1907, Bakersfield, California The daily californian. Priday March 22. 1907. Institute closes three Day session Hyatt Here handcuff expert at the jail the closing session of the Institute was no less to Ell attended than the former sessions. Beard of supervisors and those connected with the work of erecting the High school building and making it one of the Best buildings of its kind in the state deserves the recommendation of All those interested in education. Daniel Gunderson. Chairman. The roil was ailed and the Twenty sixth Institute adjourned after it turned free. The afternoon session was open cd with mimic by mrs. George Peacock and or. Harry Thomas. The Institute was again addressed by mrs. Coolidge her subject being a the mrs. Coolidge has won for herself a warm place in the hearts of the Kern county teachers v profitable and interesting bes and tier address this afternoon was sons a specially into resting. She spoke of i supt Hyatt arrives. The race problem As it confronts the late this afternoon superintendent american people today and especially j a Wyatt unexpectedly arrived and alias it applies to the hawaiians. She dressed the gathering. Said that the seriousness of the race j morning session problem is made More difficult to Miga Maude Metcalf read her solve because the race which it is splendid report of the work along the necessary to americanize is not at All \ line of Arbor and school improve understood. Mrs. Coolidge said she j ment. Miss Metcalfe a report showed would not. Touch the political ques it a splendid improvement in All the ton but she entertained her hearers county schools nearly three Hundred for a time describing the people of i Trees having been planted during the Hawaii where she has spent some i past year and the total in the county time. She said that the natives of All now approximating 1,400. The islands Are very similar in charac j Semi tropes districts leads in the Taris tics and she told Many interest number of Trees on the grounds with ing incidents and anecdotes of her Pearly 300 Trees. In eighteen districts it is a Lucky thing that Charles Smith who was in Bakersfield today is not of a criminal nature or he might give officers a world of trouble. Smith appeared at the sheriff s office this morning and challenged the deputies to put any pair of Handcuffs or leg. Irons on his limbs and then leave him alone for a few minute s. Accordingly the hands were clamped about his wrists he retired into an adjoining room for a minute and a this same Experiment with the leg Irons produced the same result though its achievement proved a trifle More difficult. Smith has appeared before on the stage with similar tricks but will let no hint drop As to his manner of unfasten ing his bands. Hochheimer a the easter store travels through the islands. The resolutions. The following resolutions were submitted by the committee of which Daniel Gunderson is chairman whereas the Twenty sixth annual no provision is made for water and several others Are handicapped by having no fences. In Many of the schools where it was impossible or impractical to Plant Trees Arbor Day exercises were held and window Gar Institute of Kern county is now draw j Dens were planted and several had lug to a close alter a helpful and in j pictures Hung. In All thirty districts a Tractive session be it resolved first that a vote of thanks be extended to our instructors mrs. Mary Roberts Coolidge and president m. E. Dailey for their entertaining and inspiring talks. Second that or. Stockton be complimented on the Able manner in observed Arbor Day with programs and ninety six new pictures were Hung. In the Summit school Tehachapi there Are forty eight new pictures which were purchased with funds raised at an entertainment. General shatters daughter mrs. Mrs. Vandaveer secures divorce mrs. Emma l. , who keeps the Rooming House above the store of a. Weill on nineteenth Street was this afternoon granted an interlocutory decree of divorce from her husband William g. Vandeveer. The trial was held before judge Mahon and several witnesses were on hand to testify to the neglect of the husband. The decree was granted without opposition. Will adjudge of thaws sanity Only one week in which to set. Ready for easter if the materials to be made tip Are wanted you should have them at once. If suits or dresses Are to be bought the earlier you select them the better for alterations May be required and you want to be on the Safe Side. Depend upon this store and your easter outfit will be satisfactory to the smallest detail. Everything that is new everything that is fashionable is Here. Prompt and efficient service reliable Quality and right prices assured. Come tomorrow. Which he has conducted the Institute j Mckittrick has presented a picture of and on the Choice of his instructors j the late general Shafter to the Dis new York March 22.�?the thaw third that we the teachers Are sex i Trier named in his Honor and in whose jury was brought in to Justice Fitz need singly grateful to or. Dearth for his instructive talk and for the excellent photographs prevented to the in it tute. Fourth that the ins a extend its thanks to the committees on reception and decoration for the Able and efficient Way in which they performed their duties. Fifth that prof. Taylor be thanked for the pleasing manner in which he conducted the musical part of the program. Sixth that too much cannot he done to further the improvement of our Gerald in the Superior court today and told they cannot attend the trial welfare he took an Active interest. Several districts have voted Bonds for school improvement. The committee is now preparing a again until next wednesday mooing program for next Arbor Day. I in the meantime Justice Fitzgerald a discussion of the subject of a i said he would receive affidavits from Bor Day and school improvement Leithe defense in answer to the Sugges Lowed and was participated in by 1, Daniel Gunderson f. H. Day l. E. J Ion of District attorney Jerome that Chenoweth a. E. Beckus and f. B. Harry k. Thaw on trial for the Mur Howard. Der of Stanford White is at the pres or. Gunderson spoke of the in Fame in a condition of mental importance of school improvement As i. Having As great effect on the minds of soundness which makes him inca a the children and As being As import Hie of advising his Counselor or of in schools and school grounds. Ant a part of their training As the de standing the proceedings against seventh whereas or. Beale has j training they receive from books. Or him. Shown his interest in education by Day also strongly commended the in his University Extension scheme be it i Cour gement of school improvement further resolved that we the Kern j i. E. Chenoweth formerly Vic county teachers highly commend the principal of the Kern schools and philanthropic spirit that has prompted him. Be if further resolved that the depositors Aud cd Lei its of Tho first National i a he if i taken fled can rely in Oil com a a a a s con Siderati and the Ite a a terms that Are i in i n out with goof j business ninth los. I Edify i rid it ill Viliene is hero Jit your son ice. We invite a it it or Ace a unit and Hanking Busine ass. Capita i paid up. $100,000 Justice Fitzgerald has designated tomorrow afternoon at 2 of clock As the time for tile defense to present its affidavit in the clerks he stated today liar the District attorney might have until monday to make response to the showing of the defense. Clifford Hart Ridge of thaw s counsel stated today that the affidavits to to presented in thaws behalf would la made by Bis attorneys and Lite a Lions alienist who have appeared for the defense. Surplus $17,000 win s. Tivis president c. E. Worden vice pres. Frank s. Rice vice pres. And manager e. D. Buss cashier j. L. 8ehonenbach, asst. Cashier. Last year chairman of school improvement work and now Deputy to state superintendent Hyatt was present and was called upon by superintend-1 eat Stockton. Or. Cilien Owetha a remarks were Well received. He gave a message from or. Hyatt who was again prevented from being Here. Or. Hyatt As when he was before water bound asked the Kern county teachers to a Spray for him a a. E. Beckus representing the Boa id of Trade and Farmers Institute also gave a few remarks commending the work done by Tho teach k v b a f r. Howard of Delano told of the 1 Progress male in the Northern town an i it the recent repairs to the de i i. No school House. On the family. Its. Coolidge was again the principal speaker she using As her subject a the future cd the she poke of the women going into business life and spoke of tile belief i Irr mily held by Many that this would have unfitted them for motherhood. But the speaker maintained that the modern woman who leaves a profession to become a wife is As Good a Mother As the Mother of several generations ago. Tile modern idea of to move frequently and of til what a Mother should do is very Del of promote filial Devotion. A Bieront from what the Mother of past generation did. But the important tact was and is that woman Shovald be physically Strong. The Mother physically. The shop girls generally should be the mothers of the future generation and society should see that the industries Are not injurious to their health. Along this line has been done much in the closing of sweatshops of Shorter hours and child labor. The reason tin Aims houses and insane asylums Are full is that poor people do not properly raise their children and their physical imperfections prevent their self support she declared. Mrs. Coolidge spoke of the Laws being adopted by different states regulating marriage and prohibiting marriage of persons unfit to be the parents of children. Regarding the relation of parents and children the modern family relation is not close because of the tendency of americans failure a Rule if old parents Are neglected by their children it is because they were incompetent parents. A nature has no use for sin in peo inexpensive White waists we wish As you read this you could see these pretty White shirtwaist at $1, $1.25, $1.50 $2, $2.50 and $3 sufficient to say that they Are of Fine White lawns trimmed with tucks pretty embroideries Valenciennes lace. This is the place to buy shirtwaist if you want Best values Best styles. Others Here As High a s 1 $20. Parasols for easter we be a pretty line of Spring parasols so if you re contemplating buying one plan to get it Here where you get the Benefit of a very Beautiful Assort j ment. All styles and All new and very pretty. Prices Range from $1 to $5.50. Pretty Spring laces laces Are Mere in demand this season than Ever and they indeed make dainty., Rich trimmings. We be just received a new shipment of Valenciennes laces in the two thread Grade also a line Iii Chilly and baby Irish effects in edgings insertion and hand effects. These laces that we re showing for the first time Are very Seldom seen in a City of this , and never Here except at i toe Heimert a. Easter suits at Hochheimer a exclusive and original in style. Tomorrow visit our suit department and see the Beautiful suits for Spring and easter the like of which you have never seen before. The High class of tailoring the excellence of the clothes and exquisite tastes shown in the selections must instantly Appeal to All lovers of truly artistic workmanship. Tomorrow will he a Good time to buy your easter suit. By purchasing then you avoid the Rush of last Day shoppers sind gives us More time for alterations. Prices from $15 to $40. Charming easter millinery each and. Every hat at Hoch Heimert sri the work of an artist. Dozens of different styles to choose from Here so you will find a hat Here to stiff your face and purse at the same time. Millinery Here has individuality and is full of style and Beauty. I depend on us for your easter hat and you re sure to have j is stylish one. J we re going to have a special j display tomorrow so come and drink in All the finery of Spring fashions. Spring models in corsets on the fit of the Corset depends the set and style of your new easter dress so buy one of these before your new clothes Are fitted at $1 pair. Style no. 461 medium weight White Batiste boned j with double stays in front Section lengthening avast Side i and front Hose supporters. At $1.50 pair. Style no. 553 of medium weight Batiste Low bust High Hack double stays in front Section a hit Satin trimming Side and front supporters. Spring oxfords for easter All j Ieav arrivals very Nobby and particularly Tine to Complete your easter costume. A 0 $3, $3.50 and $4. Fine pianos Are placed on Saif cure your Dandruff j. M. Liebert of the Eilers music company san Francisco is Here again with a Fine Stock of Decker i i. R. Sat v by because it is re of mostly because u no baldness Ore Tana owe More too a tee r in r a. With Ayers he \ i y. Be Mala. Cts ret a St Koes not i i n. I a t Lepo or of. A a Iun Mihi ukr. I Sana Aann ii my leads top hair. Cliff a. 1 f it a conc lev rur Vin for a Sto Quot to for Dunc hair. A c. So. A -tar1 fat 4 places of voting in the several pre. Eints in the sail City of Bakersfield Kimball Pease and other Well known within the hours prescribed by Law on now has Many More years to see to j pie. But if single people perform the her children a growth instead of put functions of parents As tor instance Ting them into the world at twelve or m education their character and fourteen years. The average modern Quality Are of use to civilization child is kept from Trade and continues a the longer the family ties Contin in school until he is Twenty. The be the better the family of y Mother must lie Strong enough to j Brothers and Sisters devoted after guide him during these years. If worn they Are grown it is an almost i Falla in Are to be in industries it must be Hie testimony to the Good parental in industries that will not break them dare which they received. The future i a 1-�? i family will be developed along int pianos among them several that have had some use which Are to be sold at the regular Eilers san Francisco prices and terms. This Means a saving of about Hoo on a new piano and nearly $200 on one that has been used but guaranteed the same As Brand new. A Small amount Down and a Little if you find each month. Our free instruction offer applies to every Sale. Come to the grand hotel office Chester Avenue and see the pianos. £1.50 ladies $1.50 a a it a 4 4 4 a 4 4 4 4 4 4 9 a it a 4 a 4 4 it 4 to 4 4 4 a a monday the 8th Day of april a. D. 1907, to elect the following named City officers to wit five 5 members of the Board of trustees. Five 5 members of the Board of education. One i marshal. One i City attorney. One i recorder. One 11 assessor. One i treasurer. One i clerk. The following named persons Are hereby appointed who shall constitute the boards of election of the a tailor made suits thoroughly cleaned and pressed at Pioneer cleaners and dyers. Office 1519 19th Street. Phone main 175. Works phone main 168. The free instruction offer of you have any idea of getting a piano you will not withstand this tempting Opportunity. This is not a com Mission Agency you Deal direct with the Eilerts my every Dollar line of closer relations Between Par j ends and children resulting in Eom Rad ship and of respect for the fuse i tons of women As mothers and men i As assessment notice. Mckittrick Extension Oil company location of principal place of business j �?o1� company the largest piano Eon Bakersfield California. J Cern in the West representing a notice is hereby riven that at a Zelton Decker. Kimball Hobart m meeting of the Board of Diree Tois held c Ion the 21st Day of March 1907, an cab a Hal it Amavis Schuz assessment no. 2 of one Quarter of Man Haddorf and Many other fac one cent Lier share was levied Ilion tories. The capital Stock of the corporation payable immediately in ignited states rious voting precincts in said City get prices and terms and investigate i hereinafter named and the House or free demonstration of the Auto expended in our store brings you j Gobi Coin Quot to the so rotary at the office Plano the peer of ai1 sell playing Ann an adequate return in the shape of i of he to Topany room no. 307 pro regular piano combined. Open even Fine fresh High class groceries. Dimers savings Bank building. Bakers-1 mrs. Field. California. 1 any Stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the 27th Day of april 1907, will be delinquent. Aud advertised for Sale at Public Anc gone make a specially of Rich full bion and unless payment is made Heil in i. N in a i fore will be sold on saturday the Lmh Flavoured fragrant Coffee Fine Lay of Mav 1907> Toa the Lelin. Quality imported teas canned and it assessment together with costs 1 1 a j of advertising and expenses of the election. Fresh vegetables Etc. C. D. Oldershaw is co phone main 165 162&�? 19th St Sale. By order of the Board of directors. C. Brower. Secretary. Office room no. 307 producers savings Bank building Bakersfield Call for la. Place is hereby designated within each of said voting precincts where the election much be held to wit precinct no. I. Inspectors f. N. Sawyer n. Bastian. S judges Geo. M. Whitaker r. F. Gregory. Tally clerks c. E. Hallett c. A. Hare. Ballot clerks c. H. Fox m. N. Pettus. Election must be held at the harness shop of the Kern county land company at Northeast Corner of g and twentieth streets. A precinct no. 2. Inspectors c. A. Maul. H. F. Con dict. Judges h. H. Fish e. H. Smith. Tally clerks Otto Kamprath c. S. Meroney. Ballot clerks Nick Brit j. F. Buckles. Election must be held at stoners store Southwest Corner. Chester Avenue and 17th Street. Precinct no. 3. Inspectors g. T. Nighbert h. L. Gold. Judges e. L. Willow Peter Kosel. Tally clerks George Irwin c. L. Stanley. Ballot clerks a. Rupp Harry w. Ito All whom it May concern know be. That pursuant to Law and j to an order of the Board of trustees f the City of Bakersfield county of 3122 j Kern. State of California duly made i a election must be held at fish build a and entered upon its minutes on the no on k Street Between l9th 8trwt. And Alley through Block 247. Precinct no. 4. Inspectors a. F. Stoner g. Paehlig. Judges j. Walters c. L. Taylor. Tally clerks Charles Bickerdike r. J. White. Ballot clerks Fermin Silva a. P. Eyraud. Election must he held at Weill a warehouse at Southeast Corner Chester Avenue to Ltd 18th Street. Precinct no. 5. Inspectors f. M. Barling t. A. Metcalf. Judges j. B. Fry f. H. Reynolds. Tally clerks j. B. Hewitt f. C. Tibbetts. Ballot clerks h. F. Fowler John a. Fry. Election must be held at rear building at 10th Street school building on i Street. 1 precinct no. 6 inspectors w. T. Ratliff e. Of Donnell. Judges c. E. Real j. H. Strong. Tally clerks d. L. Brown r. H. Hussey. Do ballot clerks e m. Roberts e. A. Williams. Election must be held at the Gas f works on North Side of 20th Street Between p and q streets. Precinct no. 7. Inspectors m. A. Lyndburg Homer Rogers. Judges j. M. Goode Geo. Rich. Tally clerks Claude r. Blodget Harry a Thomas. Ballot clerks a. Armstrong. B. H. Sill. Election must be held at old City Hall on Wall Street Between Chester Avenue and i Street. In witness whereof i r. Mcdonald president of the Board of trustees of the City of Bakersfield county of Kern state of California have Hereunto set my hand and caused the Seal of said Board to he Hereunto affixed this 4th Day of March a. D. 1907. R. Mcdonald. President of the Board of trustees of j the City of Bakersfield county of Kern state of California. Attest Seal a. T. Lightner 3-21 City clerk

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