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Bakersfield Morning Echo (Newspaper) - February 6, 1902, Bakersfield, California Theol Al ajl�4 volume 13 Bakersfield California thursday february a 1�02. Number 95 wants to Annex Cusa As state to give Island territorial government a our motto is to under sell what others advertise Redlick s sell por less Theo admit to statehood Newlands introduces desolation h ill Evev if Yov do it get the House a std lot our by the associated l reas Wash Noton february 5.�?representative Newlands of Nevada of the ways and Means committee who was tile author of the Resolution annexing Hawaii today introduced a joint Resolution inviting the Republic of Culm to become part of the United stale in Sty As a territory Anil then an a a Lute of the Union to be called the state of Cuba and also authorizing a 25 per rent reduction on the duty 3n the present crop of cuban Miliar in consideration of the cubans grunting pre. For critical rates to the United states. The i res oltion confines a 25 per cent reduction i on duties to a period prior to january 1, 1001. The provision As to annexation is As j follows Quot that in the meantime the Republic of j Cuba is invited to a part of the ignited states of America and her people become citizens of the United states with Assurance that Cuba will be entitled it first to a. Territorial form of government a under the Constitution and Laws of the United states with delegates in Congress to represent her people and that ultimate statehood lie granted when in the a judgment of Congress it is advisable to admit Cihiy ten eluding such other West Indian islands belonging to the United a slates As Nav be deemed advisable ii the. Stale of a Villi Daniels investigation. Washington. February r,.�?in executive session of the Senate today the nomination of Benjamin Daniels to be Marsh of the territory of Arizona was continued. Senator Hoar As chairman of the committee on judiciary which reported favourably on the nomination explained that Daniels commission had already Lieen issued rendering it impracticable to adopt senator Teller s motion to reconsider the Vole by which lie had been confirmed. Further explanation was made to the Ell get. That the president had begun an examination into the Case on his own responsibility by wiring to Cheyenne for particulars of the convict who was imprisoned there and who is supposed to have been Daniels and by telegraphing Daniels himself instructing him not to enter on the a discharge of his duties until the charges made could be investigated. It was stated there was some doubt As to the identity of Daniels with the Wyoming convict. With these explanations the matter was dropped for a time. The ii Naters generally express the opinion that if the charges prove to be True Daniels will be discharged from Ohice. To bring the Oleo Blix to a vote Washington. February 5.�?an agreement was reached in the House today whereby the Ole Margarine Bill will Quot be brought to a vote after two More Days of consideration one to be devoted to a general debate and one to a debate under the live minute Rule. The debate today continued in a desultory fashion without special incident the speakers being Messis. Klutz of North Carolina. Cleary of Minnesota Eddy of Minnesota and Crowley of Illinois for and messes. Allen of Kentucky Scott of Kansas Moone of Tennessee and Soutelle of Illinois against the Bill. Ullage it def Rexcy Hill passed Washington. February a during today s session. The Senate had under consideration the urgent deficiency appropriation Bill and just before adjournment passed it substantially in the shape in which it was reported to the Senate by the Oxly one person will get the House and lol but if you Sove your coupons and have sufficient Quantity to comply with our published conditions they May be Worth Money to you. We will award the House and lot on july 1th and on the same Day we will pay two Hundred and fifty dollars As follows to the person pre $100.00 House and lot $50.00 $25.00 renting us with the largest Iii lumber of House and lot coupons. For the second largest number of House and lot coupons. For the third largest number of House and lot coupons. For the fourth largest number of House and lot coupons. For the fifth largest number of House and lot coupons. To each person presenting us with the next ten largest numbers of House and lot coupons. $15.00 $10.00 $5.00 save your coupons on the Day we shall award the i ious and lot july 14th we will redeem 15 House and lot coupons Ami pay Cash for them according to the Quantity you present in compliance with our Oiler. I car loads of new goods i. F a i a i Dray Load after Dray Load of Spring s choicest collections of up to Date merchandise is being piled into our basement. Our windows will soon Shine with the splendor of Spring s newest fashions. The big store will show exclusive designs not to be found elsewhere in Bakersfield. / i new goods arriving Dai y j thives sub Hadd Goose car most i our basement is getting chock a Block full of Spring goods. We Are Rushing the inventory to get ready for Spring Trade. Our Stock men however Are already marking and checking off the new goods and in a few Days they will be on display. Watch for our announcement. F pro sly Dis a expect to Complete our inventory until the end of this week. These a Roods have been placed on Sale on our bargain tables in our Center aisles at less than Cost of manufacture. We prefer to stand this heavy loss now rather than inventory them. Fitje Are in the midst of inventory taking Stock in ail department so now and then still a broken lot a Short length or an Odd size is Utji covered. You know it is against the Redlick method to inventory these and carry them Over to the next season. We can t exp Sale of men s Tants our clothing manager says theft Are More pants in Stock than he wants to inventory. You know this is inventory week to a Tsimis Nind time to sell now a Short hence these Sharp reductions $1.50 mens Tants 95c men s pants of fancy mixtures in stripes Well made nicely finished values up to $1.50. On Sale for0r c $2.50 men s Pant s $1.4-5 if you Are looking for a Good pair of $2.50 pants you certainly would lie pleased with these Uliey come in a Good Range of colouring and we still have nearly All sizes. Of Sale for $1.43 $3.50 men s pants $2.39 these Are of heavy mixed All Wool Cheviot scotch plaids and stripes and Are considered an exceptional Good value at $3.5 1. On Sale for .�.$2.3 goods department last week s business in the Diry goods department easily surpassed every a contain up win . Yet,-,., $1.00 Homespun 57 1-2c it s 50 inches wide colors Blue and Brown suitable for skirts or suits can be made up without lining. Of Sale for.5714c Yard 15c spun Glass 9c the spun Glass that you have been buying and paving 15e for now on Sale for c cd 12 12c Outing flannel 7 12c Daisy cloth is the name of it it s willed and heavy in Clear shades of White Pink Blue Cream or White 12 Grade. Of Sale for.7 Yard $3.00 Portieles $1.95 r Fine Portieles Matt Lesse weave col ors red Green fringe $3 Grade on Sale fort.$1.05 buy your drugs at Redlick s and save from 25 to 30 ppr cent All Bur other of Leper to ments offer you just As a big a saving Lapenta water 25 cent bottle 10c Hunyadi water 35 cent bottle.28c Veronica water 50 cent bottle.33c Scott s emulsion 50 cent bottle ----30c Hood s Sarsaparilla $1 bottle 79c or. Pierce s Golden medical discovery $1 bottle .70c Peruna $1 bottle ,79c aver s Sarsaparilla,70c $1.50 bed spreads 98o Large enough to cover almost any size lied Tine honeycomb weave hemmed arid ready for use $1.50 Grade. On Sale for.98c 75c taffeta silk 49c a Tine soft taffeta silk for waists linings or full suits nearly any Shade you can ask for 75c Grade. Quot on Sale at -10c cd. 12 1-2c Glass Gloth so Linen Glass cloth cheeked Blue White or red and White both selves is arc fringed i will not Ravel 12 a Grade. Of Sale for .9e Yard 85o tattle covers 45c pretty Center tables 4-4 size fringed in Good colors Well Worth 85 cents 011 Sale for48 prices slashed in our shoe depart $1.75men shoes there is a shoe that you would a a. Good value for $1.75�?of Quot Ca a lace medium weight new Las. By dress shoe. On Sale for Quot $3.00 ladies shoes $1-65 broken lines of ladies shoes Box calf or View kid made on the very latest last either lace or Button excellent values up to $3.00. On Sale for$1.05 s2.00 child s shoes $1.08 children s dress shoes of View kid or Kangaroo calf Worth up to $2. On Sale for .$1.08 $3moo men s shoes $1.95 men s Box calf dross or working shoes medium weight soles made on London last Worth up to $3.00. On Salis for .$1.05 the part of the session the a Case of judge Arthur 11. Noyes of the District court of Alaska and Alexander Mckenzie Ami other were discussed. Senator Mcc Guiher of North Dakota delivered an eloquent speech in behalf of judge Noyes a nid Mckenzie. Incidentally lie criticised Loic circuit court of Appeal of san Francisco for permitting itself to be in Muen cd by prejudice and Bias. Lie became involved in a colloquy with senator Tillman. Who said be appeared in the novel attitude of a defense of the judiciary. The South Carolina senator had j intimated that he would deliver a speech on the Noyes ease but at the conclusion of senator me Cumber s speech he contented himself practically with putting into the congressional record the decision of the circuit court of appeals san Francisco in the eases of contempt against Noyes and Mckinie in a Brief speech senator Stewart reviewed the ease speaking strongly against judge Noyes and Hisk action in Alaska. Delegate Wilcox s salary Bill Washington february 5.�?delegate Wilcox of Hawaii has introduced a Bill increasing annual salaries us follows president of the United states $100,-000 vice president $25,000 Cabinet officers. $15,000 each members of Congress $10,000. Another Bill by Delegate Wilcox fixes the salary of the governor of Hawaii at $8000, with a schedule of salaries for a Rions other hawaiian officers. Or. In in e y hear Admiral. Washington february 5. Senate today confirmed the following nomination medical inspector p. M. Lixey v. S. No a to be chief of the Bureau of Medicine and surgery of the Navy with the rank of rear Admiral. Dors and ministers accredited to Washington Protection against assault and punishing with death any such assault which results in the death of a foreign ambassador or minister. A Section providing severe penalties for conspiracies in this country against foreign rulers does not however embrace ambassadors and ministers As chairman Ray of the judiciary committee who is drafting a report feels great care in necessary not to exceed the constitutional rights to punish crime originating with in states. Protection of foreign rulers against conspiracies is considered justified by the Law of nations but it is not deemed Quot expedient to extend this to ambassadors and residing boats blown up six Brav firemen dead by the associated press St. Louis february 5.�?a falling Wall crushed the life out of six firemen last night and Many others were injured. The buildings at 312 and 31 us mint Street occupied by the an Ric n Tei l and awning company v re a ,-.�?� destroyed by fire last nigh a falling Wall of tinware crushed out of t a the loss is estimated at the origin of the fire is u the dead August . I is assistant chief Michael Kehoe assistant Foreman company no. 13 Daniel w. Steel i Foreman company no. 12 William Lun i Don Pikeman company to. 13 Franklin Mcbride company no. 12 Charles Kren-1 Ning. Pih Inan company no. 12. A result of a ii g i he lives a it lir Snen. A but �75.000. Unon. Anil anarchist Bill provision Fuy the Assoni Atnel press was Iii pc tue february 5, anti anarchist Bill which will be reported to the House in a Dav or two contains on feature not. Heretofore alluded to. This is a provi Noli giving to foreign Cumbas a by the associated press Pittsburg february 5. -1 in the explosion of the boiler on the Tow boat John w. Ailes owned and operated by the Monongahela River consolidated Coal and Coke company at 1 30 o clock this morning one Man was killed four probably fatally injured and several still missing. Dead William Perry deckhand of lir eoe Pennsylvania. Missing John Collin watchman Fredericksburg Maryland John bark Pilot William Campbell fireman. To Trace whatever of thee men has been found since the boat blew up and it is thought they have been drowned. There were 3510 emigrants refused admission to the United slates lust trial adjourned. The president s Charleston visit by the associated press Washington february 5. president and mrs. Roosevelt and party who will accompany them to the Charleston exposition will leave Here for the South next monday night in a special train Over the Southern railway. In the president s party will be secretaries Wilson and Hitchcock attorney general Knox and postmaster general Payne and ladies of their families. Admiral Schley s great Welcome 1 by the associated press i a Kwh York. February 5. trial of i Albert t. Patrick for the murder of Wil Ham Marsh Rice was adjourned again Toda v owing to the continued illness of juror John d. May visit us. By the Assoc Ami press Tokio february 5.-- there is a possibility that the Crown Prince of Japan May visit the United states Beznic Long. Ile has expressed a wish to travel in America and Kurnec and has now taken the necessary preliminary Steps of communicating his desire to his majesty the emperor. By the associated press Knoxville Tennesee february 5.�? the principal event of today s program for the entertainment of Admiral Schley was a grand Parade at 11 o clock. Admiral Schley was escorted by Knoxville knights Templar. The procession was reviewed by Admiral and mrs. Schley from the court House Square after which a Public reception was held by them in the woman s building where thousands of persons slip of hands with Admiral Schley. The formal address of Welcome was extended by president w. B. Lockett of the chamber of Commerce. Later the Admiral and mrs. Schley were entertained a t diet wer by or. And. Mrs. W. B. Lockett. Tonight Admiral Schley was tendered a banquet in the woman s building and president. Lockett presented the Admiral with a handsome Gold and Silver Loving cup on behalf of Knoxville s citizens. Simultaneously mrs. Schley was entertained at dinner in the music room of the woman s building tomorrow Admiral and airs. Schley vill visit the Birthplace of Admiral to answer. By the associated press , february 5.�?ii. A. Aldrath a Young Man who claims to have a wife and children in Utah was today held to answer to the Superior court on a charge of passing bogus Cheeks upon f. A Jones. T a i i a i f f to plenty Ai d attractive Are the distinguishing features of our store. We always carry the Best. No danger but what Vou can find what you want and at the right prices and full measure of value. Sterling Silver salad sets butter knives sugar shells pie knives Tea and Cottec spoons. Rich out Glass. A. H. Grenell Jewele i i4o6--i9th St. A a a a a a Quot hate a a to a a a Ltd a a a a

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