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Bakersfield Morning Echo (Newspaper) - February 11, 1902, Bakersfield, California It volume 13 Bakersfield California jts Juday february a 002 \ both lungs Are affected the presidents son very ill is to the City savings hunk $1,158,000 see ure which Andrews Lias signed Over to that institution All his real estate holdings and stocks Bonds mid other securities which estimated will total about one million four local Banks and Trust companies held ills Cheeks certified by cashier Andrews to the amount 002,000.bahersfieldelks Hall of Ite crisis however has not been reached four pc ill by the associated press Groton Massachusetts february 10. A Theodore Roosevelt. Jr., the oldest son of president Roosevelt has double pneumonia. Otherwise his condition is in a hinged Torii get. The boy is seriously but it is Loo Early to say what the a chances Are for recovery. This was the statement issued by George j5. Cortelyou Secretary to the president at 0 o clock tonight and it was made after a careful examination by or. Albert Lambert the family physician of president Roosevelt who arrived Here from. New York tonight. President and mrs. Roosevelt spent a Long anxious Day in the Infin Mitny awaiting the crisis of the disease which this morning appeared to have taken Finch a Strong hold on heir soil. A change for the worse in the boy s Coli tii i occurred during the night and showed itself when the regular morning examination was made by drs. Slip truck and Warren. Secretary Cortelyou. Who is the Only Means of communication with the sick room made the announcement this Uuiorn Jig of tile patient s serious condition although he said i was not alarming. Ii is Tom Pora Ture is said or. Cortelyou did his Quot respiration is weaker than yesterday but his pulse is but also stated there was no immediate sati Jacv Only the natural Progress of the disease. He announced that tie disease Lead spread and involved both lungs. Anti chinese argument. By the associated press Washington. 10.�?former Isri Yor Pliean chinese inspector min Herman install of the american federation of labor All of san Francisco made arguments before the Senate committee on immigration today in support of the , exclusion Bill agreed upon j by the Western members of Congress. Or. Pliean spoke especially of the dissolute character of the chinese immigrants and the Fleet upon the Young people with whom they come in contract. He also stated that crime is much More common among chinese than among other people. Hundred shares subscribed building to cosi about $25,000 to be erected v of the 000 shares of the elks Itell association 400 have been subscribed. The Par value of the shares is $50,. $20,- 000 has been subscribed. As previously stated in these columns Bakersfield Lodge of elks intends w erect a handsome building of its own to j Cost about $2�,000. The plans for the building have not yet been matured but it can be said that a the building will be a handsome and imposing Structure. Quot whether it will be two or three stories has not been fully it la ter mined. If it. Is decided to make it by the associated press j three stories the second floor will be Manila. February 10.�?edmond a. Utilized by the elks for their Lodge Hull. Dubosc and Louis Russell coloured de a while the third floor will be divided inverters i my company e. Ninth cavalry Jio private apartments for members. Quot Quot Quot Quot Quot Quot. 1quot a j i a ,.1v. Building site a Dies ter Avenue bet Ween seventeenth and 1 i eighteenth streets. News not is. Two deserters Are hanged no matter what others advertise you can always do better at redl1 cd so Redlick s motto is to Excel to everything Ain d undersell All competitors. Aci ency Standard Pai terns monthly fashion sheets free pattern department now enlarged comfortable seats or i ranged so you can study the new designs. Patterns on Sale main floor joining the underwear depart Niento. Man Ken goods. Spring season 1902 save your tickets they now have a double value on july 4th we a Hill award the House find lot and also pay $250.00 i Quot Gold to redeem outstanding coupons providing they Are offered us in certain quantities. Post yours Ulf about this i arrival of a veto goods nhe six big Redlick stores Are now receiving their Spring stocks _ a the buyers for these six big stores fe6l prot us of their work a True they had advantages no Ordinary store possesses they dictated prices because they bought largely buying for six big stores they bought of the very Fountain Heads because they could use six times the Quantity any Ordinary store could use the big factories Don t care to Deal with the Small Trade they Are willing to Cut prices to big dealers for big lots and so now the Redlick customers will \ get All the benefits of these Mammoth purchases. Our ability to buy lower enables us to sell goods at what the Ordi diary storekeeper is compelled to pay for them. A and who stole Apps belonging to the regi ment and joined the insurgents August last for which they were tried and sentenced by Nii Lilart commission wore i hanged february 7th. I province. Albay. In the i people. The execution was orderly. I was supervised by Captain Henry ii Wright. Ninth cavalry commanding tin Post. Nora Inizer was successful air voyage. By tie associate i press. 10.�?santos l a Mont today Iliade Bis first trip Over the Bay. Splendid to Winther prevailed. The aeronaut Naile evolutions with Complete Success for to dirty minutes and a a turned to the starting place Limiti the plaudits of the great crowd that assembled. At Cuino Balan on february �2d. A Large number of the presence of 3,000 members of the. Mystic shrine of san it Francisco will Nuny a Down to a Isalia 11 a i fair the purpose of initiating a number of candidates who Are booked to Cross the hot Sands on that Quot night. The Ahsa Lifinus Are making orca i. A preparations for the entertainment of the visitors. The Ball Given last night by the ladies of the maccabees was a splendid Suc Fiess. Tin Ellis meet tonight. The Woodmen or the world will i rom their annual Ball at the armory on Friday. February 22d. Bakersfield Canton. Patriarchs Mili i taut meets for Drill every sunday Nikorn no at 10 o clock. Ladies Ltd and colors. A ices. Reading. A Irin. Waists in while i ack embroideries. Insertion Anil ladies and children vests in the Simi liter weight. Coloured lawns Dimitres and Organ Dies for dresses and shirt waists. Gingham shirting. Percale. Madras cloth and \ vessel he the associated press j san aka it Cisco february i have been no new developments to Jay in the ease of the mysterious murder of Nora Fuller. The Nup Tosy physician to the Coroner has officially announced that the girl s death was caused by strangulation. The a crime was evidently committed by someone Fin liar with the Anatomy of the Throat As the murderer s fingers were applied at just the right places to cause death with the least pressure. The police favor the theory that the Assassin is a. Moral Pervert such As Quot Jack the Strangler Quot who recently terrorized Denver. / burning do Ole Margarine my discussed $5,000,009 was recovered. By the associated press Paterson new Jersey february 10.�?a feeling of Confidence in the future pervades Ilie minds of the citizens i Petersoli tonight. Mayor Hines elite Lias the situation in band. Money and securities said to amount to $3,000,000 were recovered from the two huge Aluta under the ruins of the first National Hank this afternoon. Books papers Bullion and paper Money were found uninjured. By the associated press Cape May new Jersey. February 10. A an unknown vessel is afire East of Here tonight but her name cannot be ascertained. The Crews of the cold Spring and Cape May Point life saving stations have Gunc Oft in an attempt those in danger but it is doubtful if they can get to the ship As the ice coming out of the Delaware Bay is half a mile wide off the Shore and if the burning vessel is on the other Side life savers cannot get through. Ice prevented the Crews from teaching the Schooner it it is believed from what can be seen through glasses that men Are in the Small boats floating the ice waiting for assistance. Up to the time darkness covered the Ocean tonight no big Craft which could have rendered assistance was seep within Tuo Miles of the burning vessel. The life saving Crews Ltd not returned up to n late hour. Grenadines in the new Linen Ell acts also in Black silk. While to ods India linens persian Lawn Victoria Lawn Linen Lawn Long a Quot Quot clot find Nain Sook. ,. A a _ men s summer underwear bal Brogglin in nil open net weave. Men s fancy socks the newest blending of colouring for Spring 1002. Men s in ats nearly nil of the new shapes already in and on Sale some very latest novelties. A mks dress skirts in silk and Wool exclusive styles latest cuts. Bank cashier sole a million by the associated l Ress Detroit. February 10.�?vice president Frank c. Andrews of the City Sav j in onto i Ului the scenes were Well Wiigs Bank which has been in the hands of the state banking commissioner George k. Malt since this morning was arrested late this afternoon and arraigned at Oil 30 o clock tonight <11 a charge of Quot wilfully fraudulently and kno singly Quot securing from the Bank with Mil i purity Ami without knowledge of the other directors n sum exceeding of . He Vas released on a ,00l bail Anil i t Ion set for Felini Fry 21st. I a Hier Henry i. Andrew through whom f. C. Andrews is said to have secured the Money by in ans of overdrafts a and certified Cheek a is Sevi imply ill it i borne with nervous pro a rat Ion. In addition to Quot t lie total , a a a amp it amps it a at the play a a a a a it Ltd a a a a a a a a a a a Quot the girl i left behind the Eleford company commenced a week s engagement last night it Seribner s opera House and n crowded House was in at Tendance. Belasco s Indian War drama Quot the Ciri i left behind Quot me Quot was presented. It is a play that is absorbing by interesting Ami the interest does not lag throughout the four acts. The ploy was splendidly aged. From a popular Price Point of View the company is an excellent one and the members play their parts earnestly. The play goers of Bakersfield have a week of amusement before to Lien at popular prices and the repertoire is a varied i one suiting All tastes. Tonight will lie comedy night when the laughing hit. Quot a Man of mystery Quot will be presented for the first time in Baker Fiehl. The piece which was written for laughing purposes Only has a Strong plot. Specialities will also be Given by baby Lillian Little Evelyn. Ada Lucas and True boar Dinan. The Advance Sale of scats for the week s engagement is big. By the associated press Washington february 10.�?the, debate on the Leon Margarine Bill was closed today. Friends of the Bill have decided to offer an amendment to make the 10 cents tax apply to Ole Margarine imitation of butter Quot of any Shade of the amendment is designed to meet the charge of the opponent s Bill that without this language the Bill might be construed to absolutely prohibit the Enle of Ole Margarine. The speakers today were Haughen Thomas Shallen Berger of Nebraska Dalil of Wisconsin Gaines of Tennessee and Lamb of Virginia for the Bill and messes Feely of Illinois Mondall of Wyoming Snyden of Illinois Brantley of Georgia and Woolf of Texas who spoke for the opposition. The philippine debate. Washington february 10.�? throughout nearly the entire session of the Senate toil and the philippine Tariff Bill was under consideration. Senator Turner of Washington concluded his speech begun last Friday on a Legal and constitutional phase of the philippine question. He held in the main that As the filipinos bad established an Independent government in the islands prior to the fall of Vinila the United states under principles of International Law had no right in the islands. Senator Teller of Colorado took the Loor to deliver a speech Oil the pending measure but had scarcely introduced his argument before he requested that he be allowed to continue his Iid dres tomorrow. A new shipment of the famous walk Over shoes for men just in. You will find every new idea in footwear in to Lien Price $3.50�? equal to the Best $5 shoes made. After inventory clearances Soo Outing flannel 6c 25 pieces Good heavy Outing flannel in Liglin Staple patterns a the Best 10c Grade now colors nearly All per yd3sg go Tirsun s dresses 19o made of firm Flannelette very pretty designs embroidery insertion 35e Grade now. Trimmed so wrapper stuffs 7 1-2o All that is left of our Loc fleece in wrapper goods to be y l-2c 1 Yard. They Are of dark and medium Light scrolls and other neat figures. With lace and .19c, closed Quot out at1 grounds with Boc ladies vests 29c ladies vests Gray ribbed fleeced very Clastic full finished sea fico Grade now a. $2.50 ladles shoes $1.93 ladies Dongola or Box. Calf shoes lace or Button Light or Lenvy Jeat toe All size they Are a Good value it $2.00 of it the fur Nitima must get rid of it Low As our prices always were Oil furniture lower by far than any other in town to make it go Quick we have made a Cut of 33 per cent discount this Means Josie Thiv off Choice of our entire furniture Stock All at this discount. Goes went through his trousers William Green charged Willi burglary stole seven dollars Iron w. Simpson other news e. Started for the tall Timber but the officer s persuader made him desist and he surrendered after a Short Chase. Police court jottings. Tames Ward was committed to the county jail yesterday for thirty Days by Justice Winthrop of Mojave for a Misdemeanour. John Kelly was Given thirty Days in tie county jail yesterday afternoon by Justice Millard for begging. Harry j. Hall was Given three hours yesterday by Justice Millard in which to leave town. This will make seven in All and Tercis. A possibility Flint the time of the trip on the main line by which the existing Hue will to designated will be Cut Down from fifteen minutes to twelve minutes. This will give n service of ave cars an hour to Kern instead of labor pleased. In its last i Mic Quot organized labor Quot a labor Union journal of san Franeisco devoted a column to the address delivered by superintendent Doub at kind Surg. Tin journal referred to is very much pleased with the school work of this county and especially with that being me in has lord and civics. William Green was arrested sunday by officer Smith on a charge of burglary. He is accused of stealing $7 from the trousers of w. C. Simpson the Foreman employed by the californian and who re sides at the House of w. , at the Comer of Twenty first and l streets. Before Justice Millard yesterday afternoon Given pleaded not guilty to the charge and was sent to jail under $500 Bonds. In the complaint it is alleged the defendant entered the room occupied by Simpson and went through his trousers securing $7 in Money. Stole a hog. William Godfrey coloured was arrested sunday by officer Canaday on a charge of Petty larceny lie pleaded not. Guilty before Justice Millard yesterday afternoon and his trial was set for tomorrow. To is alleged that Godfrey who resides in a Lent near the Espee tracks stole a dog belonging to l. Pieri the Woodman. Officer Canad a went after the animal rapid electric Une construction the construction work Oil the new electric railway is still going men ily on. The track has now been Laid to the Santa be depot via California Avenue and ii streets and the excavation for the West nineteenth Street division has been was Learned yesterday Tom the railway people had some time ago ordered three new cars which will almost be double the size of the ones at present in use and that they will also have double trucks which will make the turning of curves easier. As the company now has four ears a a Frt i a a Ltd a a it Ltd it a 4� Ltd a Ltd a a life s Busy drama. A 110 in. Rockwele�?1 n Linker shield february 0, 1902, a to or. And mrs. W. L. Kook Well a daughter. Married. Mattox Congo it in Linker shield february 8, let 2, by Rev. G. E. Foster Walter k. Mattson and miss Lila Connor both of Bakersfield. Bakersfield february 10, 1002, by Superior judge motion. A. 11. Garrison and Nellie Man Dis both of Lisaki a shield. Died. V 1 Lay hex in Linker shield february 1002, it it the i age sanitarium c. Hayden. A native of Missouri. Toh1x�?in Linker shield february 1002, at the it Kern county Hospital l at h. Totoiu a native of California aged fit years. A Hestro Xgo in Hawthorne Nevada february 7, p.i02, c. W. Armstrong a. Native of California aged in Venus. A o. 9, a i t i i i t t it t a m get for i in in a get Ltd a -1 t1 pm h for plenty and attractive a a to. Of. To it. A j. A a a. A it a a a a a Tvett a Quot a 1 v i1 t t t to a girl of i is Apt to think her soul is yearning for something when we he really i it the matter with her is that she s Hunt Rev. Which was Given to him by Godfrey. No Trace of Godfrey could at first be found but later it. Was Learned he was in biding out. Near the reek pile. The officer drove out and saw him and told him to surrender. Godfrey however i % t. Are the distinguishing features of our store. We always carry the a a it Best. No danger but what you can find what Vou want and at the 2right up loess and full measure of value. Sterling Silver Suland sets better 3 knives sugar shells Pia knives Tea arid Coffee spoons. Rich Cut 3 Glass. 1 i a. H. Grenell f t i4o6--i9th St. Jewele

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