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Bakersfield Morning Echo (Newspaper) - February 25, 1902, Bakersfield, California T f a a v a a re of a volume 13 Bakersfield California tuesday february 25, 1002. Number Roundo receptions Prince Henry Coral a greeted everywhere was a visitor at me National capital yesterday a u by the associated press in Jiw York february 24.�?Prince Henry of Prussia representative of his brother lid emperor of Germany now Hie guest of tie United states was Given a grand Welcome in this City. The Iron Prinz Willialm was greeted by the salutes of land batteries and american War vessels As it made its Way up the Harbor. All the War vessels and shipping men Ware dressed out in flags in Honor of the nation s guest. Rear Admiral Evans and his staff of officers boarded a he Ocean liner and greeted the Prince saying Quot i am very glad to see you sir. Everybody in the United states is waiting to Welcome you. It is my pleasure sir to formally Greet you in their Quot i thank you sir and through you the people of your county Quot replied the Prince. Quot i am very glad to be Here and on this splendid Day. The emperor directed me to convey his compliments to a you Admiral and i do so with very great the Kro Prinz Wilhelm reached her wharf i North River at noon and the Prince and his. Party boarded the Imperial a yacht Holien Rollem which was lying near. General Brooke u. S. A., Admiral Barker and. The German ambassador Herr von Hellenbea the special representatives of the president first assistant Secretary of state Hill major general Corbin c61oriol Bingham and commander Cowles a called on the Prince. Captain Nathan Sarg Echt Adi retral Dewey Secretary also a called. Mayor Low of new York also paid his respects. After luncheon with his callers As i ids he Fol uncut Bis Quot Cater Andi paid a visit to the battleship Illinois. Tie Prince gave an a elaborate dinner in the evening on Board the Hohenzollern and lat a Atte led a reception r Given in his Honor by the Deutscher Verein. To was escorted through the streets by Quot Squadron a of the National guard. From the club House he was driven to the Pennsylvania Railroad ferry where lie crossed to Jersey City and boarded the special train for Washington. The train consisted of eight cars and the last one the Columbia was reserved for the Prince. The train left at l a. This morning for the National capital arrives in Washington. Washington february 24.�?Prince Henry arrived in Washington at 10 20 this morning. He was met by secretaries Hay and Long and count Quindt. Ten minutes later he left for the White House. Secretary Hay and Admiral Evans Rode with the Prince. The carriages bearing the Prince and suite from the depot surrounded by mounted police were followed by military escorts of the u. S. Regulars. It was 10 40 when the procession reached the White House. The Marine band played the Gorman National air while the party was leaving the carriages. The Prince and party were conducted to the a Torii room by assistant Secretary pea rep and the German ambassador where the president was waiting to receive the Prince. In conformity with diplomatic etiquette the president received the Royal Visi Toyin private rooms and without introduction. After greetings had been Quot extended the president led the Prince into the red parlor and introduced him v to mrs. Roosevelt and their daughter Alice. After a few words with them the Royial visitor was conducted into the Green room and introduced to members of the Cabinet and their ladies and other invited guests. The party to lion proceeded in the East a room where the members of the Prince s suite wore introduced to the president. The. Ceremony occupied thirty minutes. On the party reappearing the band played wands across the sea Quot and the drive to tic German embassy was begun. At ii 40 the president returned Prince Henry s visit. He drove to the German embassy in an open Landau with colonel Bingham. He was met at the Carriage by ambassador von Holly non and ushered into the building. The Prince met him in the drawing room where there was an Exchange of amenities. The president and Pri Nee remained together about Teu minutes. After the Prince s Call at the White House president Roosevelt formally returned the Call at the German embassy. The Pri Nee afterwards visited the Capitol and spent some time in the Senate and Tho House. A Brilliant reception. Washington february 21.�?one of Hie most Brilliant functions of the Dav was at 2 p. M., when Prince la cry received at the German embassy the members of the diplomatic corp including ambassadors and ministers accompanied by their staffs the government naval and civil attaches All in full uniform. It was the a nine Brilliant assemblage that is seen at the White House on new year s w b $3,000 Worth of women s White Muslin and Cambric petticoats Are placed on Sale at remarkably Low figures. They Are new goods just a arrived direct from the makers. Rarely can we sell new merchandise at such Low prices but Early Trade conditions arranged this for you we were tempted in placing Large Advance orders months ago when the Market was unsettled and the makers anxious to keep their machines at work. We could not begin to buy them now at the prices we offer them at. Top women s petticoats of Good Grade Muslin 15-Inch we flounce 5 Fine tucks. 2 rows lace insertion edged with wide lace around Bottom to match dust ruffle Worth. $1.50 special at. 08c i in women s petticoats of extra Fine Quality Muslin Ipi Law deep Iio Unee 3 clusters tucks 3 in each Cluster trimmed with lace and insertion to match dust ruffle Worth $1.75 special. .$1.15 i a women s petticoats of Cambric 24 settings lace a i we insertion full flounce wide dust ruffle also lace trimmed at Bottom 7 tucks Worth $2.50 special .$1.50 a Ftp women s petticoats the top of. The skirt is of ,90 Fine Quality Cambric the flounce of sheer Lawn 20-Inch dust ruffle trimmed with 10-Incli embroidery Worth. $8.00 special of .$198 dirt a q women s petticoats of Cambric the garment qty Sarto Lias 27-Inch flounce of Victoria Lawn 4 rows lace insertion each 3% inches wide prettily tucked lace at Bottom Worth $3.50 special.$2.48 it Sqq women s petticoats of finest Cambric 18-Incli Wivo Lawn ruffle 6 Cluster tucks 3 in Cluster 18 tucks in All trimmed with deep Hamburg embroidery Worth $4.00 special.$2.08 Deq fee woman s petticoats of Lonsdale Cambric 18 a Poi a Inch India Linon Lawn 3 four Inch ruffles edged with handsome Normandy lace 3 tucks on each ruffle Worth $5.00 special.,. $3.25 women s petticoats of Wam Sutta Cambric 19-Inch flounce deep dust Ruizhe trimmed with 38 rows is Val. Insertion narrow strips of Lawn set in be tween 3-Inch lace Aro und Bottom Worth $7.50 special .$4.00 women s petticoats made of Nain Sook deep graduated flounce handsomely a trimmed with Fine Nain Sook embroidery made to Wear with the new serpentine skirts Worth $10.00 special. .$7.50 $4.90 $7.50new Wash fabrics there Are hundreds upon hundreds of pieces ready for your visit now. Even if you Are not ready to buy just yet it is Wise to get posted on prices a Little looking around will convince you that we save you at least a third of the Cost and that choosing is easier and More satisfactory Here because patterns Are exclusive and assortments larger and better buying for six Redlick stores gives us a decided advantage Over and it is to your advantage too. A a embroidered chambray a Foll Lliel a j in Pink Blue and Cadet absolutely fast colors very desirable. For waists. 20c Lyd 50 pieces Fine sheer Lawn newest colouring pretty designs suitable for separate waists or dresses. .8 l-3c cd Batiste Fine a and Dimitres in fancy printings Light and dark shades Black and White and White and Black .12i/sc cd zonk or Large assortment of Novelty a Zephyr Gingham of foreign make silk embroidered dots in stripes and Novelty designs .20c cd m Aire cold a a Rodels with Jacquard 1 1uuosc1111c figures printed foulard designs As Fine and sheer As tissue. A. ,20c cd genuine Anderson imported Gingham new color combinations in stripes and silk dots. .25c cd a Beautiful mercerized vci1 effects in All the most desirable shading such As tans White Anu Black Pink Blue 25c cd tag Gayac egyptian tissues with fancy 1133uco mercerized and open lace Stripe combinations of Linen and Black Pink Black Blue and Black. I 50e&Quot cd women and childrens shoe Worth up to $3.50 for $1.33 we bought the entire line of a Well known shoe manufacturers traveler s samples at a big reduction. There Are Over 1000 pairs just one pair of a kind no two pair alike. Those Are samples that were made up for Spring 1902. This lot comprises ladies Patent leather shoes Oxford ties new colonial slippers strap sandals also misses and children s High shoes Oxford ties and Quot sandals in Black and Tan. They Are of finest Vici kid not a pair Worth less than $2.50 and from that up to $3.50 on Sale at. .$x�33first showing of miss a Ford our head Milliner has arrived and is preparing for our Mill nory opening. Miss Hal Ford is by no Means a stranger to us. She has been in charge of our Fresno millinery department for the past four seasons where Sho has prove herself a mod Artisto trimmer of excellent taste. Our millinery department will be larger and brighter than Ever before it will have double tie Force it Ever had thus assuring the filling of All orders promptly a Spirig millinery ready to Wear hats $1.50. Black and coloured italian braid and hair braid turbans finished with velvet and Chiffon rosettes buckles and quills. Ready to Wear hat8, $2.50. Bell Crown and Roll brim Sailor shape of cuban Straw with drapery of fancy Liberty Satin in a combination of colors.50c ladies Hose 25c As Good As any Hose you Ever bought at 50c�?we had to buy 2q,000 pair so that we could offer them to you a a Are of Fine soft egyptian Cotton open lace work finished seams double spliced heels and toes regular 50c Grade special. 25cbig ribbon Sale the newest and prettiest styles for the sprung season. Ribbons of All widths and styles offered at special prices. 3 Inch All silk ribbons with White grounds in fancy designs and medium a wide and narrow stripes. A soft pliable Quality suitable for neck ribbons Etc 40c Grade at .25c All silk Satin taffeta ribbons 3% inches wide. Come in White Cerise Cardinal Coque Licot Cream Scarlet. Also an assortment of moire ribbons in the same colors. Que Litie Wotli 35c a Yard at 19c flew shirt waists on Sale the reason is not for such hand White Lawn avast so trimmed with lace insertion Dainty tucks new sleeves latest Cutis tucked Back Worth $1.00 special a a 69c Gingham waists in the Mew shapes of oxblood and Blue in neat stripes sizes1 32 to 42 special.75c White Lawn waists of Fine sheer persian Lawn trimmed i front with tucks open Back Worth $1.50 special .$100 Batiste waists of finest Batiste in stripes of Pink Blue Green tucked Yoke newest Collar sleeve and cuffs special .,$1.25 White Lawn waists of Fine Indian Linon trimmed with 3 rows embroidery open Back tucked collars and cuffs 36 tucks in Back and front special. .$1.50 White Swiss waists the entire front is of handsome All Over embroidery tucked from Yoke Down it buttons in the Back Large Pearl buttons Worth $3.00 special. $2.25 Linen lawns in Linen color Only trimmed with 5 rows lace insertion 0 clusters tucks in each Cluster Worth $2.25 special. $1.05 White Lawn waists he stitched All Over front Back and sleeves of soft White Lawn beautifully made Worth $5 special .$3.50redlick s Dru Prises always lowest y you can feel Safe in buying?1 Lible to 40 per cent less than Rei stores sell Vliem for. A Peruna $1 size a a a swamp Root $1 size. Or. Pierce s Golden medical discovery $1 size. Hood s Sarsaparilla $1 size. Maltine Plain $1 size. Horlick s melted milk 50c size. Chamberlain s cough remedy 50c size .30c syrup of figs 50c size .39o Coke s Dandruff cure $1 size .79c, Shiloh consumption cure 25c size. .10c rub foam 25c size .20e Sozo dont 25c size .20c. Carter s. Liver pills 25c size. .15c, or. Williams Pink pills our size----39c we Are Selling out furniture because we need the room for other lines our entire Stock of furniture has already been reduced one third thus making Redlick s furniture just about half what other stores ask for same goods. For this week we have made an additional gut on of airs and roomers. Team if you Don t need them right nov it will pay you to buy them we will store them for you free of charge the following quotations Are less than factory prices a $8.00 Oak rockers $3.9s i $l3 �0 Oak rockers $8.33 $7. So mahogany chairs $3.95 Fine mahogany full polished Rocker or gent s chair Box seat velvet velour upholstered regular Price $7.50 special this week .?3,75 a utile Noii Nih 9 be Quot Quot a a a a a l Ine quartered Oak rockers genuine leather seat and Back i finest quartered Oak rockers hand polished full Roll seat up Quot Quot finished handsomely covered Best $8.00 Grade special bolstered in genuine Leatherhead rest nicely piped $15.00 .s3.05 i Erade special this week. .jfe.3. Highly this week pedal offering in our men s department not one clothing store Ili thousand names the same Low prices for Standard goods As this one. Men who want to buy their Furini wings to the Best advantage always come to Redlick s. A Arlart s bib overalls of Blue Denim warranted a shrinkable All sizes. ,00c men s suits of worsted Cheviot arid Serges nicely tailored Well lined broken lines of our $12.00 and $15.00 suits on Sale at. $6.95 men s Jersey ribbed underwear medium weight silk finished special .35c men s suits Black Clay worsted Blue Serges Black Cheviot and Oxford Gray Spring styles j Worth up to $18.0q> Jim iut i,. Iii ii il2sm men s working shirts of Black and White Cheviot double front and Back 50c Grade special. 3dc men s socks Black and Tan of Fine i my High spite heels and a -8 a Coupon on the House fld lot and $250.00 in cold Coin with every Dollar Purchase to i . A Flat min a Quot Quot a -1 Day to give greetings to the president. But today there was Quot the added brilliancy in showy uniforms of the Imperial receiving party. Prince Henry remained in a he drawing room while the embassy iders were being received meeting it Quot to Lien separately and alone. When the conference with the ambassadors was Over the Prince entered the Ball room and was presented to the ministers and then to tie members of the various staffs. Tonight a dinner was Given in his Honor at the German embassy. The launching today. New York february 2-t.�?the Prince arid his party will return to new York tomorrow morning. The following is tim Day s program departure of the Prince and his suite and of tie president Anit his party from Jersey c try for the shipyards of the towns Enil Bowney shipbuilding company at shooters Island. Launching of the yacht of the German emperor at 10 30 a. Luncheon to the president on Board the holienzdllern1 at 1 p. 111. Mili tary escort to receive the. Prince at tie custom House wharf Battery where he Tjon of to it he Freedom of the City at City Hull a pc 4 a m. Dinner of the mayor of new York at 0 30 p. In. Gain opera at a lie Metropolis Trif opera House after the do drier oif Well machinery and tools stored also sold Oil commission. Phone Finch s Black 901-. 107tf the hanging committee is now at work Quot exp United tie artist to his Friend from the West. Quot great Scott Quot gasped Rattlesnake a Umbon Quot Are they go in ter Lynch some of Fellers Quot Don t Gaess. The time. Buy a Correct time keeper for $5.50sold every where for $8.00. Made by an american watch company and Gua anted. Suitable for carpenters painters masons Iron workers i borers any one who wants a Good cheap watch. While they last at.$5.50 a. H Grenell jeweler it Wilkes at lowest prices 1400 nineteenth Street Bako Rafael

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