Order a high-quality 18"x24" poster print of this page. Add to Cart

Bakersfield Morning Echo Newspaper Archives Feb 12 1902, Page 1

Low-resolution version. To view a high quality image

Start Free Trial
Bakersfield Morning Echo (Newspaper) - February 12, 1902, Bakersfield, California R v f t 4 i v i.-. A a a a a a a a a \ it. A ? i i a y i in 1 a a / Ltd i. Vav volume 13 b Bakersfield California wednesday february 12, 1002. It. Number the debate grows warm ii was acrimonious in the Senate the Ole Margarine passed Bill will be / by the associated press a Washington pc Mmry stirring debate on the general philippine question was precipitated inf the Senate today the principal participants being senators Piatt of Conne Lieut and Hoar of Massachusetts. Senator Teller of Colorado had Eon coded for the Day his argument against the enactment of the pending philippine Tariff Bill. In response to some stale. Monta he mad senator Piatt directed the Senate s attention to the situation in the islands in which As he viewed it great Progress is being made by the government in subduing the insurrection. Senator hour ridiculed the statements of senator Piatt and in a facetious vein ridiculed the efforts of the american government to control the filipino people. The remarks of the Massachusetts senator aroused air. Plait who made a notable speech in the course of which he referred to senator Hoar in pretty Sharp terms. To reply senator Hoar delivered a incisive Eri theism of the action of the philippine commission. Early in the session he Senate passed a joint Resolution submitting a constitutional amendment changing the time of the presidential inaugurations and termination and commencement of congresses a Asnin a heft far Ali of a Mno my a Totilo last thursday in april. Oleo Milij will Isk passed. Washington february 11.�?voting on amendments to the Olcott arginine Bill in the House today indicated a considerable change of Seni Iceni since last co gees when the Hill had 100 majority and that opposition to the measure has gained strength. While the passage of the Bill is not endangered it is not Likely that the majority tomorrow when the final vote is taken will exceed thirty. Opposition today was Strong enough in the committee of the whole to adopt two amendments one that nothing in the act should be construed to and Sale of Ole Margarine in any state for consumption entirely a within such state and the other to pro vide for the. Inspection and branding of renovated or process butter. The latter amendment was especially obnoxious to the friends of the measure and when the Bill was reported to the House a separate vote was demanded it in it. That vote was pending when the House adjourned. Al though the amendment commanded a majority of Twenty in the committee of the. Whole where no record is made it is not unlikely that the action of the committee will be reversed Tomo Itow when the members Are. Obliged to go on record. Several committee amendments adopted today changed the phraseology of the Bill the most important being that of making the 10-cent. Tax apply to Ole Margarine made in imitation of butter Quot of any Shade of considerable feeling was injected into the proceedings towards the close of the session. Ton school infer diary tend to show an improvement at 8 o clock tonight and his condition was authoritatively stated to be better than it was at the same time last night. The crisis of the disease is still to come and is looked for within the next Twenty four or thirty six hours. The president Andi is wife believe their son will meet this crisis in Good shape and passing it successfully will recover. In fact favourable turn in Quot the disease today bus greatly relieved the Strain on both of them and the Day closed much More cheerfully than yesterday. Still the reports issued through or. Cortelyou the Secretary to the president ran Between Hope Ami end terrorism. Prince Henry sails saturday if will heave Lor America this weft no change in plans on account of illness of president s son journey unless it should appear to be president s desire that his visit be deferred or omitted altogether. J the associated press bulletins telling of the condition of president Roosevelt s soil have been sent to Prince he Ruvy i t by the associated press Santa be now Mexico february 11. A governor Otero today addressed a Strong letter to the sheriffs of Guadalupe Union Lincoln and Chaves counties urging them Ito end the reign of terror in the isolated settlements in Eastern Stew Mexico caused by the murdering and pillaging bands of outlaws and promising that he will recommend to the next legislature that rewards will be Given to those who arc instrumental in capturing and convicting the the bars opened by the associated press a Portland Oregon february 11.�? the Portland chamber of Commerce today adopted resolutions opposing the restriction of chinese immigration As proposed in a Bills now of before Congress. The resolutions set Forth that the Trade of Portland with China is a great and increasing Iti importance and for proper conversing and tins Trade it is of the utmost importance that All facilities of Commerce and courtesies due to a Friendly notion be extended particularly to that class of the chinese Empire Al j which controls and has in itself the Means Anil Power of furthering this Trade. The chamber of Commerce asks the president of the United Stales Ami. The photo by Schaap Wuehter Berlin. Oregon delegation at Washington to use i Pincu Henry of Prussia. Their utmost efforts to induce Congress the Schloss. The Prince manifested and to enact legislation so As to Grant untre a is interest in them expressed his sorrow at Young Roosevelt s illness and said he hoped lie would recover. It is understood Bluit both emperor William and Prince Henry have sent personal messages to president Roosevelt. The first impulse of Prince Henry was to postpone his trip or give it up altogether. He was advised however not to make this decision. By the associated press 1 Berlin february Henry of Prussia will sail for the United slates on saturday As arranged. Even Shoul president Roosevelt s son s illness result fatally before Tiit. Time a it is probable that the Prince will enter ii Poi his r 15,000 Yards Brand new embroideries go on Sale for half their value they were bought away under their regular Price it s the Redlick Way to give their customers the Benefit of All their Snappy purchases. Sale begins wednesday feb. 12ik 12 1-2cwhite Lawn 9c Victoria Lawn 40 inches wide line and sheer even threads new goods just opened our Best 12yuc Grade special.9c cd 15c India Linen Loc this is our Best 15c Grade As Good As any you will find at 20c elsewhere smooth threads handsome finished Eloy a. A a. Special Loyd 10c embroidery 5c 5000 Yards Fine Cambric embroidery edging widths up to 4 inches open and closed patterns every scallops Cut out and ready for use Over one Hundred different patterns to choose Froin these would have to sell at Ioc a Yard if bought in the Ordinary Way on Sale while they last 5c Yard. To White Muslin 7c full 30 inches wide medium weight especially Good for a underwear a splendid Loe value. Special. .7c, a. 17c Long cloth 121-2 genuine English Long cloth manufactured especially for ladies children s and infants Wear its soft without dres ing Compaq e it with any 1 around town for 20c. Special. L Iya cya wifi 15c embroidery 9c 6000 Yards Cambric embroidery very wide Strong edges handsome designs some of the latest Novelty embroideries Are included in this lot. Hese Are suitable for underwear trimming same elaborate enough for trimming of White Petti--�goatsman5&ife> patterns to select from on Sale while they last 9c cd 20c embroidery 12c a great Many of the styles in this lot Are being shown around town at 25c Yard although our regular Price on these would be but 20c. There is just 4000 Yards in this comprising of nearly every to designed in embroidery f6$ -1902�?nearly 75 different Quot on Sale while they last i2c $1.75 White waists $1,23 stricter Entrance into the United slates to All merchants of the mercantile class of China such As salesmen clerks buyers bookkeepers accountants Malinger Bankers and Cashiers. Is must a styles i 02 big windstorm in Nevada by the associated press Salt Lake Utah february 11.�? a special to the Herald from Reno Nevada says since Early this morning a wide stretch of desert in Western and Central Nevada has been swept by a windstorm that at times the proportions of a Hurricane. At several Points on the Central Pacific Between Reno and Elko the wind at times blew at the rate of eighty Miles i hour and although no serious damage to property has been reported delayed trains prostrated Telegraph wires and Long stretches of rails almost buried in Sand Tell of the Force of the appoint receiver made of White persian Lawn set in with four rows lace insertion also tucked Down front lucked Back latest sleeves newest cuffs adjustable Collar sizes 52 to 42. Special .$1.25 $10 silk skirts $7.95 new goods ladies silk dress skirts of Fine Swiss taffeta very latest Cut trimmed with 3 rows Rich Black silk applique 9 rows cording Mercaline lined velvet bound perfect hanging bought to sell for $10.00, Sale Price $7.95. Sole agents for the famous Walkover shoes for men the Best $3.so shoe on Earth sheep owner murdered. By the associated press Denver be Beuarn special to i 1 the news from lain Colorado says i that Perfelino a alleges n prominent and wealthy sheep owner was murdered on cat Creek fifteen Miles West of la turn while taking supplies to his sheep Camps. The murderers a ire unknown but the tragedy Quot is believed to be the result of ill feeling Between Entile and sheep men in that Sweeti ii. Molt trouble is expected. Crisis is not vet reached japanese and British Alliance by the associated press London february 11.�?an important parliamentary paper was issued tonight giving the terms of a practical Alliance Between great Britain and Japan for the preservation of China and Corea. The paper covers the dispatch sent by lord Landoun Sce retard of state by the associated press Detroit february 11.�?a receiver will be appointed by judge Donovan tomorrow morning for the wrecked City savings Bank. At the hearing this afternoon at the chancery court on the appointment of a receiver the county officers and the local Board of education opposed the appointment of the Union Trust company of this City which was the Choice of Bank commissioner malt and the attorney general. The chief officers and the Board of education maintained that some of the of Heers of the Union Trust company were interested in j the Banks which hold $002,000 Worth of i certified checks drawn by Frank. An i Drews the former vice president of the j City savings Bank and contended that j the receiver should be appointed who i was entirely disinterested. S on tar Ila mum they have just arrived made of soft taffeta silk prettily tucked latest sleeves newest Euil so fitted linings All the pastel shades these were bought to sell for $4.o0. Special. $2.98 sole agents for the Standard Pat terns March fashion sheets now in the coming football game the frenans think they Are winners they have a Fine lot of individual players the Crew was saved. By tie associated press new York february 11.-�?the f01,1 Schooner which was burned to the a foreign at airs january 10th, to the Brit i a a 1>oinl a North Cal Quot a it ish minister in China sir Claude Mac it Asl in it tvs tic Mir a of a a Quot 125 a. By the associated press of botox. Massachusetts february 11. A reports from the Siek room of Olieo Tolore Roosevelt jr., the eldest son of the president who since thursday Hist Kas been ill with pneumonia at the Gro Donald and comprises the signed copy of the in explanation the paper says the no free ment May be regarded As the outcome of events of the p is two years. Through a out the Boxer troubles a real Britain j and Japan have been in close und uni ii a interrupted communication and actuated j by similar views. J ton from Norfolk to new York und the Crew is Safe having arrived Here late this in Northern California. By the associated press crites the manager of the company o football team has received n letter from will s. Scott the manager of the Fresno team who will play Here next sunday afternoon at athletic Park Lud Tjing from the tone of Scott s letter he evidently thinks he will bring an aggregation of world beaten. He writes j in part As follows j Quot i have just returned from a practice to our football men and so shall drop Ofui a few lines to let you know just Tiow we Are progressing. Everything so individual playing of the Fresno men has always been Good but they have lost this season through deficiency in team work. In our game with Selma the Best individual work was done by Fresno players several of whom showed themselves to be stars. But the boys could not work together and As a consequence went Down to defeat. However the team is working together now better than at any previous time during the season. Moreover the Champion coach of the Valley Fred Scott is to Captain them and they have great Hopes of his ability to put them into winning form. Quot our line up will be As follows Center Duncan left guard Joy left tackle Button left end Eccleston right guard Richter right tackle Scisinger right end. Parsons Quarter Scott left half Waterman right half Hays full Burleigh subs Whitney and Broad referee Doc Seeberg. This line up May be subject. To a change or two but will to substantially As Scott also writes that he is trying la Quot make arrangements to bring the Wiener Wurst band Quot with the team hoping that this will insure Victory beyond the Shadow of a doubt. Manager crites has not arranged his line up. The Best material in town will be in the contest. The game is not u. Military match although the Best players in company Cut will be in the contest. Judging from the relative merits of both teams the contest sunday afternoon should be a rattling hard contest. The Fresno team Defeated the company 10 team by a score of 22 to 0. Company g Defeated company e by a score of 21 to 0. The frenans were Defeated by a Selma by a score of 12 to 0. The Fresno team will arrive Here on the 2 30 local and the game will be a ailed at o clock. The Fresno players will dress on the cars and no time will be lost in calling the game. Muggins does your wife always Sist upon kissing you when you come Homo at. Night Buggins she used to but since i be stopped drinking she does t seem so curious. Sax Fita Cisco. February 11.--Haiti is falling tonight through the Northern Section of the state reaching us far South far seems to Point that the Fresno boys sail Joaquin county. Reports from the will be Able to put up As Good a game in Mountain Mistri Eis to the North Tell of \ next sunday As they have Ever played heavy Rains for several Days past which j the men Are. Training faithfully have have Quot caused the streams to fill Ali eur j been out several times this week and put in nearly two hours this afternoon. The j of d attractive a a a a a i. A a a a a a a a a Ltd it a it i it Are the distinguishing features of our store. We always carry the Best. No danger but what you can find what you want and at the a right prices and full measure of value. Sterling Silver salad sets butter 11 knives sugar shells Pic knives Tea and Coffee spoons. Rich out j Glass. A a. H. Grenell Jewele i4o6--i9tli St. Quot it 0 a i i i a a a a a a a a a t t �1&Quot&Quot a

Search all Bakersfield, California newspaper archives

All newspaper archives for February 12, 1902

Order a high-quality 18"x24" poster print of the page above.