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Bakersfield Morning Echo (Newspaper) - February 16, 1902, Bakersfield, California 3s a y volume 13 Bakersfield California Sci a Fly february 10, 1002. Number 104 murdered by his companion business won shot and asphyxiated Young woman tie crime v by the associated press new York february s. La rocks a Young commission merchant in this City we a found dying in a room in the. Glen Island hotel. West mul court Landt streets last night at Midnight and after his death several hours later in a Hospital the police were notified and took in com rec Florence Burns a handsome Brooklyn girl with whom Brooks for sonic time been keeping company a negro Bell boy identified the girl As it. The one who came to the hotel with by o la miss Burns denied she was the person and declared she met Brooks at Iii. Place of business Early Friday evening leaving him at i 30 o clock to go to her Home in Brooklyn. Certain it is however Brooks and some Poling woman went to the Glen Island hotel evening and registered As Quot a Quot Wilson and . It was Midnight when the Bell boy Quot emeled. Gas in one of the hallways. Brooks room was broken into and he wis Quot found lying across the bed Uncon-1 up tons and Gas pouring from the burners. 1 it adv. Sweeney was summoned. And no iced what he thought was a simple Cut on the Back of the,.head. Later he discovered it was i Bullet wound and a Brooks removal to the Hospital followed. A a the a a i l was arrested at her Brooklyn Ignie. At Trio politic station she did not flinch at the examination through which Sho was put maintaining she did . The night ii it us pfc it ii a memorial chapter daughters of the confederacy adopted resolutions endorsing a the action taken by Kentucky chapters in opposition tothe a a Lay of Quot Uncle Tom s rioters filled. By the associated press Trieste Austria february 15.�? rioting As the result of labor troubles Here continued today. A mob of rioters stoned a company of troops and were fired upon. Six rioters were killed. Twenty thousand labourers of All kinds Are on the strike. The government Lias applied a special regime to the Trieste District and suspended Ordinary civil British loss. the associated press London february 15.�?the casualty reports on the fight on Klip River last wednesday show that four British officers and Twenty nine men were wounded and two men killed. No details of the engagement arc Given. Skirmishes in the Vicinity arc of frequent occurrence Transfer of custom. By the associated press Hon Kong february. If,.�?orders have been received from peking to Transfer the native customs at Canton to the Imperial customs. As however preferential duties in favor of Junks Are retained the value of the Transfer to foreign Trade is nullified. It is believed this will to a dozen houses disturbances. A of Quot a a Quot Ltd a vss6einicd press. It cuilpanc1ngo, Mexico february 15 a great Alarin prevails Here As Well Chinipa and Tuxtla at the discovery of volcanic smoke issuing from the openings in the Summit of on the Road Between this City and Chiwapa. Residents of the towns named 1 or catch to i Migrate in Distant pints so alarmed Are they at his new indication of subterranean disturbances. Thirty million Enterprise. By the associated press 1 Albany new York february 15. The. Metropolitan Security company of new York City which is to control the traction lines of that City was incorporated today by the Secretary of state with a. Capital Stock of $80,000,000lookout trial nearing the end by the associated press Alturas february 15.�?the. Celebrated trial of the Lookout Lyncher in which Deputy sheriff Jim Brown one of the alleged Lyncher is a defendant is hearing the end. For two months a turns has been the scene of much excitement and Many sessions of the court have been unusual in character on account of the disputes Between counsel for the defense and judge Harrington. Counsel for the defense occupied the entire Day with the argument before the jury going Over every detail of the Case. Blown is aces of of being one of the mob that lynched five men Over a year ago at Lookout for the alleged thefts of various articles. Others charged with complicity arc still in jail awaiting a rates announced by the associated press \ tifli6, russian trans Caucasia february 15.�?two bodies of victims of Tbs earthquake which destroyed Itlie town of slip Maka been recovered up to last evening., Quot. It appears certain that several Hundred. Bodies Are Emried in the Quot a fissures and debris caused by the a shocks. A Ltd. The earthquakes continue at intervals and the work of excavating in search of the victims proceeds with difficulty. Among Hie dead Are Many to a men who at the time of the principal Shock were congregated in the various Bath houses. A loss of Liff is frightful. Baku russian trans Caucasia a february 15.�?the District head a it it Man of Shamaka telegraphs that a the town is now almost completely destroyed Only a houses be a Iny left standing and that the loss a of life was very great. A tie Church mos tie Barracks 4> and Treasury were destroyed. A Twenty live thousand inhabit to tents arc without food and Spiel a Fer. Quot a the shocks continued today. A to consider danish treaty. By the associated press Wash 1ngton, february 15.�?during the entire session today the Senate under consideration the Bill establishing a permanent census office. It was not completed but an agreement was reached to take it up again immediately after the executive session that is to held next monday for the consideration of the danish treaty. The great contest of the Day of course was Over the Transfer to the classified service of the employees of the census office. Who arc to be retained in the permanent establishment. The debate covered much of the ground that heretofore been gone Over in the congressional debate. By the a associated Chicago february 15.�?the transcontinental roads today announced Low colonist second class rate tickets to he sold during March and april for califor Ilia common Points As follows from Chicago $33. St. Louis $30 new Orleans $30 Missouri River Points $25.poor Mele Tom by the associated press Litt l Ai Rock Arkansas. poor substitute. The House and lot May be yours a a a a a a. A -. A i i a a�?��1 a Quot your coupons May give you a comfortable Home i your coupons arc Worth Motiey save every one we shall tiny some of them Back. You May be Orte to get some of the Gold we will Cost you nothing ask for them when you finish your trading. The House will be built f of Brick or Frame the lot is situated a Between Bakersfield and Kern on the Street car line a Coupon on this grand gift with every Dollar Purchase. By the associated press g Uthell 13, Oklahoma territory february 15.�?because they could Noti get whiskey Neka Sha Hugh Miller and Allan Gibson full blooded indians under 30 years of age drank a concoction of Wood alcohol Vanila Cologne Florida water Etc., which killed them. They suffered agonies for Pope s Good wishes. By the associated press Rome february 15.�?the Pope has cabled president Roosevelt expressing the Hope for a speedy recovery of the latter s son. Quot Quot the child is father to the Man quoted the pedant. A a a a a a -1� a of a a in i. A plenty Ai d attractive f 7 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 right prices and full measure of value. Sterling Silver salad sets better knives sugar shells Pic knives Tea and Coffee spoons. Rich Cut Glass. A. H. Grenell Jewele i4o6-Igth St. <jh4� is 1 k for for it what Ever others advertise we sell for less Standard pattern department enlaces we to have More room never a a saw patterns sell faster naturally when they Are the Best and cheapest made. We have made it More convenient for you also. \ six consumer How extravagant to pay More to Iii Redl ick prices six stores against one in buying Redlick stores that Quot easily thirty times goods than any single store in town apy wonder we buy for less and sell for less. A Cash store against credit stores who pays the other Fellows debts not the credit merchant you May be sure credit losses Are gained from Cash buy ers. In t it Wiser and cheaper for Cash buyers to Trade in a Cash store where prices Are always lower late Winters and Early Spring meet ii this store two sales that draw As one two spots of interest that please ally wonderful in t it How much Beauty goodness and bargain variety can be gathered under one roof for your present needs there Are the Winter stuffs with prices shorn of All their former profits. We a very successful season so that now we can afford to let All the balance go profitless and still make Money. Then there Are the new Spring arrivals like a May morning full of the brightness of Early Spring. Wash stuffs that breathe of Flowers and ferns and summer breezes Shady walks and Leafy Trees colourings of rare delicacy and Beauty others of snowy whiteness or shimmering Silks and equally Brilliant mercerized fabrics who could t spend hours in this interesting stole Ancl spend them profitably ? of Muslin skirts All new All under prised. $1.75 skirts Are $1.00 Cambric Muslin Lawn ruffle and dust ruffle insertion trimmed double Cluster of tucks on the ruffle.$3.00 skirts Are $1.65 made of Cambric Muslin sheer and even Quality three rows of Lake insertion lace trimmed nine rows of Fine tucking different patterns i All lengths Cuti extra full and wic. $2.00 skirts Are $1.35 splendid Cambric Muslin two clusters of tucking two rows of insertion and Law edging pretty Lawn ruffle and deep dust Rullie 2 a Inch flounce.$4.00 skirts Are $2.50 Jones Cambric 24-Inch Lawn ruffle five rows of Lino tucking four rows of insertion and lace trimming in Bow knot patterns seven inches Luce around the Bottom with a. Deep dust ruftle.$3,50 for a-$5 skirt Strong value this Chalk line Cheviot. 20 rows of stitching Lin lined other stores arc yet getting i it i for them. New laces embroideries straight from St. Gall in Switzerland fresh from a the. Hands of the peasant girls come these delicate Handiwork. Six big Redlick stores got Price advantages single stores never realize so ours Are better and cheaper than All the others.20c embroider is 12 l-2c More of those same Good ones we sold last week Cambric embroideries with insertions to match All new All in continuous lengths and there s no limit to your choosing.49c for women s $1 gloves Fine Glace kid gloves Selling every hour in the Day at 70c and $1�?broken lines which we will discontinue. You can make your selection from the entire lot at 40c. Ladies is Eias real French kid gloves latest stitching colores Blue White Tan Brown red Mode every pair fitted to the hand and warranted. $1.50 closing out prices on Winter goods hints of what you will find this week new Wash waists 50 pieces Good heavy Outing flannel in stripes Good colors you never bought such a. Grade for less Tolian 10c. Special6c cd 30 Inch bleached Muslin Good 5c Grade. Special 3%c cd of incl sized Honey combed bed spreads hemmed ready for use regular $1 Grade. Special70c Aray blankets $j.25 Worth $2.00 a pah Ujj. 11-4 size extra heavy Grey Only with Buie. And Rcd Borders. $250 comforters $1.50 scroll stitched longest size filled with Fine cot 4� ton pure White others silk Oline covered figured % and Plain filled with White carded Cotton. $7 blankets $4.85 Richer in Good looks than Ever these come Ito us exclusively because we were firm in our stand. With the makers that no other store should have them Best of All we sell them for less than inferior styles sell for elsewhere. $1.25 dotted Swiss Muslin waists in figures and. Stripes with the new welted Collar and Dainty White he stitched tic full Pouch front some Button in the Back some in front. $2.00 mercerized Madras waists looks like. Shimmering silk and they la Wash like be rattle Alt the new shades welted Collar and tie up Uttel Quot Pouch front Ami Lii tedi Back. A a new each curtains if you can to have Flowers in the Garden you can freshen up the rooms with new crispy now different from those sold elsewhere differ the California favorite pure Wool silk bound % ent because ours Are bolter and cheaper ends coloured Borders sold so cheaply because they Are slightly soiled from store and window Ilis a % play. New Spring a Ibbons Chew linens loom fresh everybody knows that this is the Best Linen store in town. Now we show you How Good linens can be and How Low they can be sold Ireland Scotland Germany and America Are represented in the showing. �4-Ineh, Yard.50c a ii Inch Yard .40c Union damask 50 inches wide Satin finished Good designs Yard .270 Cotton damask Linen finish Floral patterns 50 a inches wide Yard .21c Turkey red damask Linen finish 54 inches wide Oil colors regular 25 goods yardj5c Patent medicines a a ways cheapest Here s. 13. Catarrh cure $1.00 bottle. L Aine s Cleiv compound. $1.00 bottles or. Pierces discovery $1.00 bottles Carter s Little liver pills. Scott s emulsion 50c bottle. L Erynn $1.00 bottle. Swamp Root $1 bottle. Or. Pierces prescription $1.00 bottle Cuti Cura soap cake. Garfield Tea package. Pears soap. Spring and Winter footwear Ming Ling of the new and the old bargain tables full of Winter shoe goodness excellent footwear half off in some eases third off in others. Winter Wear priced like this be Jpn Spring styles in abundance come in and see what Vou will be asked to Wear this season you can t help admiring the Grace and Beauty of our new shoes. We will vouch for their worthiness. Heavy soles All solid made on new last a Good value at $1.75. 25a Hoso supporters 14o ladies Side garters of fancy frilled silk elastic velvet Clamp colors Black Pink Blue Orange. child s shoes 7bo children s kid shoes lace or Button this will be a ribbon season make no mistake you cannot have Loo Many when will you Ever buy such us these for so Little?40c ribbons Yard 23c every Bolt is five inches wide fancy neck and Sash ribbons in every new Shade reversible soft taffeta figured Pongee and Wash taffeta soft Glace silk ribbons. Choice of any at 23c 11 Yard. Were we to make this announcement a month later the ribbons would be snapped up in an hour s Selling. Why not be prudent and got your Spring ribbons now last Chance to buy the children s $1 98 dresses for 79c if we were to say $1.08 for these daintily made and pretty dresses you d consider it about right. And of course when the Price was made 70 cents the dresses sold very rapidly. But another Day s Selling monday will put a end to the. Story. The dresses Are in the. Gretchen styles sizes 4 to 12 years in Wool plaid checks and Plain trimming include velvet ribbon Satin ribbon so tache braid Pearl buttons Etc. A Fimber of. Attractive styles Bret Eiles and yokes All perfect in every respect. And instead of $1.08 the Price will be.-79cmens department cube Money salting Section for close buyers no store in America sell s Good clothing on As Small a margin As we do no store in Bakersfield Ever tries to meet our prices not buying us cheaply As the six big Redlick stores they know its impossible. $15 suits $6.95 there is not a suit in the lot that you would not be willing to pay $15 for and consider it n Good value at that now store in town Sells such suits for less than $20�?assortment is still Good you May choose from Serges Cheviot Clay worsted and fancy mixtures for $0.05. 79c 79c 79c 15c 39c 79c 79c 79c 19c 19c 15c \$3.00 ladles shoes $2.33 ladies Patent Chrome kid lace shoes new and Dressy military heels cloth top3 flexible soles our regular $3 shoes. �$1.75 men s shoes $1-08 men s shoes of velvet calf in lace or Congress Plain or Cap toes Patent leather or kid tips in Black red Blue and Tan sizes 3 to 8. 18c men s socks 12 1-2o 1000 pair men s Cotton socks of Good soft yarn line gauge High spliced heels and toes Jersey ribbed tops. Special.12 $1.so men s hats 93o Fine soft Felt in Black Brown nut Fedora Crusher Alpine Railroad Ria Pasha and other fashionable Shupes regular $1.50 Grade.special05cengm is severely criticised by the associated press Paris. February 15.�?the French press is following with keen interest the developments in what is described Here As a England s Campaign of calumny Quot against the european nations in fhe question of intervention in the Spanish american Xvi a a a a a a the journal Des debuts says the English press will admit that the British government has undertaken a Campaign of slander in order to make England popular in the United if however or. Von ill lenten s dispatch is Correct the responsibility for the. Conspiracy against the United states fulls on lord a a Incero a and in this Case the Campaign started by England was not Only Clumsy and impotent but slanderous. Urd Cranborne s reply yesterday seems almost a disavowal of lord be Temps thinks great Britain is getting worsted in the controversy with Germany. A a. A a. <f><f��i>41 a life s Busy drama. A a a. Ltd Ltd -4� 1 1 . Withington ill Unker shield Gebru. Ary 14, Jooi mrs. 11. M. Withington aged 54 years. Futi Iyo in Bakersfield february 14, 1002, Morgan Futhey aged 21 months

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