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D<5cember31K!94$ — - - . ' * ' - . M.- ' - -W ------ '< ^ HARK ELL ALFRED EtHTOE e B<eiiin - > .*,|'V- ' ias the mail.under the act :1fi7ft'".^-^- v ,. - /•-" *;13 : f y. .- ; •-..:,;,•- v.;/-:.. ASSOCIATED orma (By PAUL MALLOX -.-••'•:^- ^:-i ^l mendMb ,.- . . Washington Correspondent • i toa to :it; or/nototherwise /credited in • ' •• • *• f - •. I - *^ __^_L the i lo -•*- ' T '^ ^. ^ *'••,', . '• .-. i '.?-•„_' lt l: ••"J - "•-' j' .. . - ' Is 1'- 1 ' - I r. 1 >- v • . _ --. • • -.• - --. - .. • .... UVBIJBBATJ: ••:=;. : Haa3tin: Servlc*," Washington, D.;c. diitalde jstataibf Galiforhik/ $1.25 per^nionth; - ' '- - '-•'s ' . - .1 •• -' ..i^ .>"<- .' H ,1 *- ' _ r ~ ^ 1 _ ^ j -r& i • ^ ^ i.^ HOPE L. . • -^'' Stlie^eir&clbf7 3 - . l J IT. l J l -,'F -r.. L i I - the/rtiiners is noti so "• f > - •-.,<- • r ^ conse I • ^~ '.•-.•.- - 7 • is legislation J t, <w? . . --. • ] ' - - - .)- - -c- - -•- jvM:.. l "-.!vs".-;'-";=. ::-.:---.~-.::----f - f prevent a•• powerful *' -"" » -V. -- ". 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L , , .. .. .. ^ —-•- .' •i.--.. .-V /-. ^S^TC^^;:^c?;^;;:il^ : We higher mmar^u^orityliiat&fcot^o^ Jf^" V~/ r -^*; ( ^ : X'^''" ,"" rv - : ' J - J V' - r ' : •"^"- "» ' - -''; . ••' - -A ".---: ' ' . *-' --"'"-:• '. '-'-. ^ - v \ -< i- .•.•-"' ! •>' - .^-^- '•- * • r. ST€?at^ seriate;: ^^-onyeaugaun& plaM. To a^^^ iitGe^i&fe* ; 0^ SEJI.K clal^not/connect^ ••, i -'•--• - •- oti It ^ .chair- l l ' r ^ - •" L ixnbn- b* • ~- f -' f.i - • confi- of - . .. - -..-. ..,-..,. J;fpr$||onesty ; . and ;f ef fI<H^cy;£in ^iii-t ime"?; \WUsh-: :'iri^oh^i'^^ : %:; ; ^^^:/-^H^^'^v--"- : >- : "" : VS;/' ; . H *-" -.-.- .;'-'•:• J,MJ'*v-i> - , *i"*" '•-*-'---'- : -:- - - - l • . \. - . •- • ---I • — -—'.-•' * — •-".;*-- I , _ * • i * ' * 'J 1 • ' - J " •" ' : cpmimttee/is/splat right /lines. :a ;lio-' allowed ::tt>?expiri- with the - -'--I'. . •- • •''• - :.'-- •.,-',- '••'_•• - r --.-'I.. ..-- • . ciai-T-not; connecte<r>vi.tntfia-arrny™ on: Radio; Cormr Colonel.Miller^bne inieiit cdnfidetf-his cation. Brother * ' ^ , ^ ' *» i , ~ -~ . .- . .. i -^*.' ' ^i~_ ' '" -' ' t •*,-•*•.--. •—-- - j •• ' i ' - '• - * i ' • ' • f f ^rt^^ ' ~~ - I P ' ." -,"•-- - • T^"* ~ — ,-• j ' " «4-v^difficulties. > ';>v '-'-^ ^OW^^Y;'-^.-..-- .Kmg George M ^ /^Wnen: 'ttiiff^official:;>returnedvfejt 0 :Reigii; 0 ver Mig diffiotiltie?:-'-••')-; ;>'Y'---'^- -"^ --M;' "^y; r ^ Kmg George v I ^Then Brother Ends ^SVlxfenv^ 'Reign/Over ilighty Empire. ^Va^ngton^^ ^- Bhilip;M. Wagy spoke on the jury fi^vi/Trrtliinta'T-nw >iV /;^ SVSteriv at fndfl'v's nippfinp- Vif tnr» ;orie .day Miller had and returned w in/a;high school contest. ^•SnSthS ^iss Jane Karpe, speaking on ""SVhat PriceBemocracy," took first place ....---.•.. . - •-•._- •.,,•-,-' .•-•'•:,--*•; ,--:.- •. chief counsel for. he committee, waa talk: over, what .he 'T'X*" 1 I ' *.. As an h>- - ." .. • b»- - seem -: ' :-^ - - ' F- l n ^ . ^^ J k ' liberal jp6sitibn> • ' •• \ -mL \ ---'.- .- *, ' ^ I ^ _L.jF — r of a more , - • -" -. .L^.v^prvuu-.;, v;.c_-. . ; *»>V X -"'/^ -- t +;~':-'-'-.f\. "- *'"'-"-'-1 -: '£\.'- : ,^V-V of ner:^cupns'mtthe;past; way tb Va cesisatiSn^ of - . . - • ,*/:". ./. .: ./ ^ -- -'.- - -:.' J' - - ••-•*-• i -" -. : --: questions f tba t Stress J' \f _\^^^*" ^ HJ J^ rial cnimittee ! _ 1- l whether to Stateia: .L ', -" '<. -- '- i. . I L_ H ---. I - •f - . -.'I,-* THE • -^' - i. ' ' ^. ••-••.' -f. f ^ i- f \ - -^- .-1 If-' ^ h _ q! - 11 "'•*••••"•--'*-" : - '••*- i -t'W---~ -•-.:•>**••.•-•••.• --.-.. &&ag&;o&we&ffi ^ * M ^h" ^^ i_ j n _^-"^^-'* *"--.- •-•••*• -, ^" h_^ j - - L prott&t the American people, labor and *.;. . '. J '"-"- '. "-- ;.•• ' •- '.' '- - '• - -- - ~ .. , • . - , •*• J* J "".-•". - : '1 . '. -• •*. >' . H " astagaihst the ill-considered actibri -.-•••-..---. - ,P "~ • - ; .'.I'..". -- . ; '•- • ' • ;.---..-•-.-. ;!-,...•,'.-••• bf iigiy^i le;ad«v wishes to see the coal miners s or -''••' - • • -" • • • -'' un 4.- .- v: •.-- •--- , - • -•?• < : •". •. •: .- : -- • ; on the contrary, the •- - • -.''•-*' •- -•- world's^ * i j s^vs: " enough government t *-^ • - ' -,'-' 1 ...r ;. - -.... _ T b ^sks^prily -/jfor a program that will| ideptaBlejinot/to a few leaders but to ; ' f • ' L ^^ '-"''-''"-" "".!-•' nj j ' ' J ' - ^ L . r ; - " . -' " ' . ~ "" a wKole, tbilnduistry oVer the nation. '•-.'' - '•>- ••' * -, -.--.•-- " ' ' .$.-y •** - ' - - - • ' '. : <^]?e-asi^ ^My^treated in such leigislatiohvas! may Be Of thin without re, Mater i- '. - -•-'-- '-,.'- 1 - ••••'-'••- ' '-'"" survivai and necessary ".-• - • • - - - - :„•' ',.'•.-* -•-'-. : . • - van •*•• mild-mannered; - ^ • ^ . . . ,. —'' -T man who the. blow-up is a balding 1 51, FranCis;Pickens(MUte.^He; is •:Vdescendari t{ /; of ;• ;General; And re w . L -."-.. - and excepfcf or ^y cord' arid. and s Qerieya;/he has/spent.- jh: : Rhodes ;.Bch olar : of; Christian. r iiind: ; in of his life • :after iii;th& gettto-g -inTthe -,'hair>piE.-Jh6 t state /Dem- ocraiiq7riax^i^.poiitic^'bosse^ thejr all owed: his^; cpiinty too>OReublican in f;, : 17Sotes.;v; comrnitteei support against; Germany.:; & the France; war b •; • lieitehaht of -field "States ^n|ered; the- secpiid- World / ^ar, ^h chairman of the pnel ;; #^^ s cannot the Chief Executive, leaders • .---. ' '' - ' i IL -' ," ', •. L r , . .*-'•'• " -" '- -• in/1^gressi/leaders iri/l^or and^^ersrih mdus^j>wiiK. ihe lesson of today fresh in an tOO Jntl(^^flreiiS Cbn-^ and; e^ed: the ^war^a^iuli colonelin ;^%'; ,-^i-.;./ -^ : general/::staff; corps/;! intelligence at i iS^a" UOOd. I supreme headquarters in Europei and -'-.."-•--"- •. -'•--.• - _ ,:' • - '. ~ . ' - -, , - . . - . : , . - aitid"agree upon a program which will point differences that q _ -• r, l L f f -l p \^ — _l T -_ j B Perhaps iMr. tewis also will be in --'- - - -- - • • •- • --• - - •- -:- -•'' " ' . -*f - , eader . i • '•,'-- - - - • having found him- . - ' •. ' . . - , - ,-'.-. '- g the %el- ic pr^df ;tiie men who look to Too much :gOTerjQ]ment& results in th6 ideatli of - - . , - H - ' -''"'* I '-•-•. -. _- '. - - _- J I. * - ,' - . . . ^the hiraari;-spirit. r Colonel ililler ^demurred. • L ~" ' ','..-- '->..-.,.- j • -. . . -.- •- .. _"' ' ' T. i •. — Army" officer; fee: could.: iipt appear Before Cdngressionai: Committee without permission. But /^Meader assuredr^iim tliat the, cpmmittee had subpoena /ipowers on arrnyj/;offtcers and -that he would clear it witli the War -Department.;; ;Ifc : .was 'cleared, but .without revealing Millers/name; On the strength of:tha^/ and;the/assurance that ..• this /was ^/;a;S regular .committee : ;procediire/ ]\iilier;:.came Vin and told his story, ileader invited him back to tell it to ^Senator x_ • ^ r , -n n ,LL .r" • The >sec6nd • session, Tyas ;; a: formal hearing; before " : \f iye- senators.' v) This: was to. be an executive^ session, .'-how*-. o public.--.:. " ;•-: But .';•;.• In niid-Septetriber- Sen^tpr Owen 'Brewster r of - Mai_ne> issue.d a: statement blasting-. Senator;Mead:.and the cinmittee for not hayin taken action licence /officer's just befpra the election 'Erewster ^ or beon " * *''*•- ' - - erlv under contrbl inust o of the British uerre. On the ^t» A ^'[ -^i^^U^^^ that tliey have'6bvernmfent ^rbii- 7 : ^ e *$^'W*V$&&* r-'the order of -•/:-^j •••••• -L ^:•^;^•^^;-•••5/v•^^-^^s ; v J -y••^-•--;•• t i•^"..::•4.•. :the/nCincinnati;Kauthor of several j.- - - *•'*;*' •-*-*•.-,'.. -m.-- . /- •. - ,--.:.-'. - ~. r • <1V1 TQT*r\T*» C A '-1C 1 T^ **\ r :: r emci prise s is .not i - L ,' -, - :"**•' • -•, . - ,-'- -' : . - -. ., .-i-i" - . jun^icmxtb patriotic ^ ^ Al^ : thi^: record is giyen^to in- tl- ^ : dicate; i ,tnat : Colonel Miller is: ho ordi- ''-- J •"--- ••.•• - ' --'• - • - mttlev -^ : .f If • - -----. -- " ' ,- ^~™~. - *^*»^ m-^P- j L n »A A. •m r f-^f^ ••*. - X^ J*. ' '., JfcJfc k ^A,^Vf -• o«-#-';i^*^>^ th at ould s erv i , . . - . Justice^ to iallj a higher standard .*'•",-'.. - - * '-..-.-••-. - - .-- . : • **- -.• - -•- -- • -' - - . : n ^- - -f -rV^*? //'. i*mS>- .. tor&sthat >- ^^.^_ l_ _^ more in its best sense^ are^ fate- J '"^ T d -- L— J n . L ^f -. _ . have; attention; /;in nation- ,-. n - : - ;'-:';.-;.• ''•'--"-. that there musthe production and -V.- "• -- •• - . - ... -' --:.*• - - : .• '-' -<"'•• an •-, ; And that tion of ^ * r T of leadership /--"- .-. ....-- -; •-: >-* atten ; the ^arniy; ;>Ce; tried to wrote ; an article; tor zine basing: it on materials from t.he .colonel's .supposedly ., fecre t^ •; siate- ment:-withotrt his permission; ^••;; : ;;_ •• In. the ' .meantime,: ' ;'the. -cpmmittee 'sent.-'Mead'er : to Germany ;-fq'r^;fpur ,week's /preliminary- investigation. He reported to the Committee; iri^cn- >f icierice, this being- .one • of ^ the ditipns under -whlchi Trunian; ; president, ;had allowed >the tion to be rnade^ ; : • • . . ' , . i ' .'•"'- ~. . Subseci'tieht : events; are less) familiar. Header's confidential report was allowed "to leak;. : Secre-: tary Byrnes asked the committee not to stir things up ,in Gbrmahy : at this time. ^Republican /nieinbers ,"'/of the committee complied— by^ issuing- the full test of the Meader repoct,:;:^hich was admittedly based on preliminary and unverified evidence.;: ;Thp TVar Departmerit demanded the name '--.-of the colonel and caHed ;him) pn '.the : ca.rpetv And to make matters :;stUl worse, Senator Hfarley M< ; succeeding Mead as chairman; i public the digest; of an Army /in- • '• .— ' _. : '. •"- . •-'----.*•to f s Teport 1 ' • •' i* . -' wash - the; Armv by denying Col. ^ Miller's • criticisms en tpto /and/Questiphing/ his/f'intefe an officer." K ^ l n ^ ^r L The whole; record ' - ' - rTTTT" ~- ' - • F- i- •- ' -LJ\ ' — r ^ rf *'*'r^ >**^!*r ^'* f " '^** v^ -,, i miTi"c;"^;:r\T«:;b'i'<Soc'-Q : ^^' L ^fi'VKrt"'-U^A'4i««- - ™." - . -* itself. ^w^& ; ;ih\hatf;^^^ •- nf X" ;v«*'.i:-it*i;'-ViiV^ii?*iii-i'D:^^--.i-- -'^^•-J^ ,^ was at --fhe hF-- i ,:.:.-'-•.*- • '-- • ' .. -•-• . '. / .-' ' ' : , - .'-..- . .. - "-.-" jit-'-h^-V-when-iiheie./'a^ Harmony is iribstesr •" - .'•'- ./ : ; **> --,.-. r..\ ., '-..',•,, ,• V '"/*' "^- . • • ~ "9 - T , ' - k ",'* . -«-.''/. -^ **•*- of legislation lhat ^vvill J^ritamirig it is all important. /;/ / / ;an a ,v*--.jt;' -"^, •-' -<:.••'• .i *-.- • - gpfijCpursje legis gOTi^u|tfeelto!- a|l;^proi^sal :that would , - ».----»- L . -i* :•?"! «•:',--"•-?: «aq_ieaaersmp or-.unaii istiouid ;jBhd favor with our f'. K?;|iafc1s^fiejsto^cnt of ^Gbngress '-'' : '-- : "--"• '- '• •*- : -• •!"-'"-". jt -. ~- -^ •V i - -; ';. - "v- -»'-'"••• :> •«**' J '"-'"'" r "" • snt jotsth^ executive officers tnrat^^p^pl^?^^ toaii<Justriat Ip^ace shbuld not be a -- - - * ^''^^J_' >rh 'j ''r "_l A _ n - '_ L ^"_L * ^ '-^ -' --• ' r r . : b- -i t ^- -• --- ---. — .--- - -, i ^ •., F i .. to the^irVlomic a vote go pn juaybe ssdd^th^t -•..-_ • ^ ... , .- - .. - ... .--••.,-.. --,-.. \---^. _>,. .--• .*• •l-'il-" - ^('^-L; '•-•*-. '".• 11 ",'" lf f :-- : 7\^ L -''- ing tlie streets as they - - • : _\r •. . . -;, .'.„,;-,'-'- i-- •.",:-'; • v- . - j ( K-^ . half /century;/ •; vWdl $$€ - , - -..--* m- •* r..- meeting -'•- -.---'-;', •• - •-- Q ^^Imghipla^st^Hck^s^e^^ ,tei^//Hev;won/tec^/:her:;alf^ti6ns-^ _.«. • ~ -••..- •''.- -.;.'-'•• - • •.' •- .j- -..-,- ~- ' - . • ,- ..--.".' '. Q U*Tfc**' :' Ft -\ - f* *^ *±******* *m«r '-. '-f-., *h-«p4 ft. ^.^o mL-I -J.L—.' 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'•-•.• *.*L; .;, :- •'-. • -. •;, :,: : , -.•- ^ -- . -. ?. ;-.- : -'-,- • .* - •> • 1 '- - ' - • * ' ' are ' - - - - -- ••-. i-j '.' x<-- .-- * .. > -- 1 .- - . - f -• • erectiwin of i nternation al '.I,'.-::':-.''---'----- . ' ••-.-'-, . ' - •• - i . ' •'. __H '^"• 1 " "•"•" : "" L -^i.- : -4t -- " ^prevent Uhe *;.. A,-;;/,.".; ^ --'.-- - • - r:i !-L •- Siise' oKatoniic --V- manu- *-•.- '•*•-,. -^ -L- L .l^ > '. - \ ' --' - war F _ -r cm ^urcjiasing creasing •< -'- - -.;,-, ,-'•.'". ' ;- v I ' -- . .' ;/inj;v^|myrdCT^my^e^ </.:^. ;v- T ''-.^ -H"..^^ 1 :.-*'".: ^ ^-;«-: , *,".-' -\ :-~--~'- »- N : I: ": .""^-'''v' :-!v r '"- ^'^'--/-""v';' "•'-'.Of -•'- , '• *',: . --- .- 7^ l«^to*m«t^3^^ -ISTat urall v, -:s on - afy acht; ; ; thisrers / a —-^ -:••-- .'• • - ' over .1 .' • -, -. * - '\. • - • '*',- t^yp :py rhbre s •-••-. ''•--~, ." '' , <--i^>:---.: -- j ' • vear- r*^',-- r.' '-:.' 1 • - * " 'S' ''-' tnct i •-, -'- „- -f-^ J ''••-. lr v#* - , -- -v — — i ' -_ — T f ** ^^r ^"^ "^ 11=' ""*'-' -#:^"i—^*>-'- • ;hat/a/blacfc: - . -— , -' IT ' ' * , L •', ' ,_ >;be:.placed j-. . ; i' --: T** "i-""- '»*-'• -.rRitaviTs '• -• i --' - - -. >. but company ; missed watched- rson treat as> m, a,;; black; ; Orson. ;hal: the : ciaine^/^ithin a foot of; his face, and ;the^mike ^practically in his mouth, /for ^ ;:big : : close- up after;'a courtroom- battle >'ith two policemen. V ; - •' f/;../-;-^'.,/ ; ."- -.T;^c/;;:/ • V;'-Cblumbia studio,", lie ; ai7iiioi*hced; <( has the biggest 'head in Hollywood/' adding, with a laugh;" "on the screen' of ;qqiirse/'-:A;::;;.'-;./t. :: ",V?^.'.^; : ;.-':.•;••: / /Orson said he^ T as sorry• we rhissed the.,big/fight ; 'scene.,''••''; -. "...-.v".:^-~-.;: ; .> / "X;.even- rehearsed the gruiit^Hhe ^said.. : --.r •:"•--..;" v.-i'-••'•••••• v •• :':•: -Orson Welles -would; .1 that Olivia, de; Havillanii v up for Abademy^ honors ; as =.'th6>good and had twins of ^ "The ^ there will prbbabl^, be , -; In lact, v it ;has Q alreaiiy ; ; :started: lJJ*-*-Wfc f-i-n mf*4^*f-. ~- ^_*ll _ J _ ' ' _ 1 » • ,^ , • '— -!-.'• : ' -, Bpnita Grahville; is /playing "good, ^a badtwinsihr^' -v Texas' :.niilli on- •^^^s-^mer^^r^y^^Q^ ,4i:inilHoh/;doIlars frofc oil: it-r-after whicH ,.- That's one/waV;" to k; profits -inthe ~.i - about/budget^.''/ : :;: A/ neck t i.e Vpin. v" he always /;^ the /state of^Texa.3 ^in : ^ gold, v _ _ Ihdicating^all^vMs'i^e -> v .hev say^^^is:;/feppd^uclc L it/in.th^:^;blly,: TEN ,,(The Califomiati. this date, 1335) -Edward /'Bids Goodbye on;Radios Commons Approves Abdi- Is on Throne as \. Brother Ends i and Wayne Long. Howard Jones of TJ. S. C, will .be -the- dinner speaker here December 17 ; f or i Trojan Club, accordinpr to 1 ^w"fc L *-**• ~- — m* -.-'--' ' - - - , - •• R; J. \eon* < TWENTY YEARS AGO V \ (The Californian. this date. 1925) . / . /Headlines—Chicago Chief of Police Refuses to Arrest K. G. Ormiston; Bakeri|field. Holding Own Against- Footbpl Foe; First Half Drillers 7 Lodi7 : . 'Tokyo Editor Accuses U. S. of Deception. Japanese Emperor Hpshihlto in Grave Condition. A ICern Snopr Carnival will be held on Breckenridge on December 19 according to Cal Collins, president of,Kern Sports Club. Two bandits held -up R. J. Man, proprietor of Buckeye Garage in Mo- last night and escaped with , Dec. 11 - JLewis / backdown signalized about ; the second pressure ; riict;. ;;;-with/;;". the unions ^Truman, ever, won. The just fuel con :M trary cancellation of their supply. - . At any rate, it was owing to the esult of what the l^ewis attorneys . if--o heiird'and saw at that conference L rthat - Le\vis reversed his and „ . ! , ., , 3 . fellow forced; an end of the started run ning the other way. So it rail strike; of course by bristling, up but most of his settlements have ,' -. • -,••• been appeasements. Ho\v he did it this Ume : igibeing variously explained —attributed by some of his ''new" advisers, the .St. Louis Attorney Clark Clifford and aides \rho worked up the strategy in the coal case, (Attorney General Clark and Inter- iorSecretary Krug\) none'.of whom Is particuJarly new—or ascribed more soundly to Mr. Truman's new realization, from the elections that .the:.country*, wants to curb the unlimited power of labor leaders. These suggestions are more or less true but the technique behind the settlement carries far greater ira- plicatiohs> to wit: "Lewis backed down immediately i ' ^ W as the Supreme' Court which set tied the strike and 'Ar. Truman's appointee (selected to Taring some order out of the chaos on that court) who did it. My agents sugrgest Lewis- was the opportunity to escape. His most grrievous error had been that he had called a coal strike in midwinter.. Always before he hud terminated his contracts in the spring: when the need for coal was diminishing and comparatively little human damage could be done by a strike. He. had planned his strike craftily but hot well. His ace in an adjacent hole or sleeve apparently was a break- he thought he could expect in the ' ranks of the coal operators if the strike started going against after a conference of the attorneys him _ This happenod once before. The with new Supreme Court Chief Jus- r l $50. The Reverend Charles W. Opie will be r the speaker when a new tmilding for Full Gospel Tabernacle is dedicated in. Delano'Sunday. : Mrs. Eva Veon was elected president of Daughters of Union Civil tice : Vinson. Up to then he had ^maintained .a juridical defiance of the. government and court and -his intent, to make the country go cold in- midwinter. . Also impartial out- break came but the operators, instead of dividing and coming in for piecemeal settlements as they 'did be--. fore, this time kicked the breakers out of their conference and stood firm. side attorneys were strongly main- His basic plan (never clearly niacl- • * f mm - ' ^f & i k mm * _L I. War Veterans, yesterday succeeding Mrs.--Mae E. Moon. THIRTY YEARS AGO . . ; (The California!!. XhU date, Mrs.: .-.Cyril Garratt is the nominee for president of Emerson P. T..A. Kern county is leading the state of California in the output of minerals: A; Terra Bella water''contract was awarded" today. This will- be the first unit of an ii-rigation system to be built for $365,000. , -. • -Principal A. J. Sudden- and Instructor Paul ..VanderEike spoke to higlx : school P, T. A. on the organization and aims of the junior college. The college was formed here three : years ago. Editorial Note—Anent the high cost of living, every resident with a back yard/or vacant lot can mate'? .rially contribute to the family larder by planting a little vegetable garden. , n ' J - ' ' - ' - . I i ^ , ^ L ^ _ r T ^^m^mm^mjm^m^mwm^m^m^m^mffmfm^m^m^m^ : ; FORTY YEARS AGO '. : :, -j. '-(The..paliforriian. tbJs date, 1900^ ui-. B. Hicks, one of the six workmen who .was buried under tons of eai-th at Edison, on Friday, is aiive ^ h \ l f ' ^f f :ahd;/welU He was able to speak through a two-inch pipe forced through 40 ;feet of debris and is in communication with the big force of rescuers working frantically for his ^release. -.=.-'••••"••' "' - ': •'• -;: San.Emidio,has : supplied the local markets with the, first oranges of •thevseason. • -'";.-'• ;//Mrs./Ella r M. Withrow was the.in* stalling /officer,-assisted by. Mrs. Emily Robinson, when the Eastern Star seated officers last night. Mrs. Ellen: Tracy, was installed as chaplain for the/fourteenth time. ; Mrs. Kate Newell will act as nian- ager; for Royal Neighbors during the next-year. . ; ; . IRS-AGO' •, - .'/(.The'CaUfornlan, this date, 1896) -' John Tribarne's new hotel in Tehachapi-will soon be ready for occupancy. £.• ' .-;;•: •:••-- : - .' - ; '; 'Bakersfield shoppers are dropping coins into store boxes to help out poor children's Christmas holiday.". ;; H. F. Condict has removed the plank Sidewalk in front of his residence on; Seventeenth street and' is putting;-in: gravel, ^ Board of Supervisors today took up the; petition of the Grand Jury for the . of special coun- ^ r sel at the cost of $1000^ and after fully discussing the matter, voted to lay it on;the table. ^5 Div : ;;Meeker, ; former practicing physician here, has returried to spend: the winter. //Hayden & White/well known har<3- TFare; and .furniture firm, -is - now 'snugly located, in new quarters on Chester avenue. :^ We have; been able to forget that Gonitnuiiiat .Russia was our great and glorious; ally only a few months ag;o/ We ;pught to watc;h that mem- .ory}L ; of',.jpurS. TV^e shall forget pwr selves into a war one of these days. 1 i >i ~ ." . - . — -. _ *. ' _.' ' - ** '^^^b - -J ^^^^b ^m> m • +mm ^mm ^m^ ^m^ _ — j- _ _ L Robert;vM;.;Hjtphins, chance^ question? . f^__^^__ _ T- .— ft f** • " - ' - ^ - lor ^University of Chicago. —i / - - m - - b _ L i h - .-- ' ". -• 1 I 'Af» \ . \^O- . - 1 v.^;- F. --<'-'-*. •- ' - new ,.• -i, . -i use '!->;• -- ' I '-•-.•-'-' . " -' ~. «--'T|'- , • 'social^ gam . :. ..... . -'•--.. *-•* * :•.•:- 6f free and s. , . ' i --• h ^*- -i. / -.' purposes;^ cmcev;a '"' ^ . ^ - . • IK'.' ',^- K _ - ^ , 1 S * -. - '- *'• ,: ~.L-.*' - .»- an •--;-*• - -' L otidn - j. -•• .1 _-. - .ri •" _- 4 . I 'L '' - ,' ,' H-,' . ~-m - — ~ J •- H ,--J -:-- . I t - • h r .' -.: ^ iT V.'.i^ ' I - ^ L .- (By 'HE HASKTN are are ' j n * —+." * "** - - • *"» -''/ /•--" eti v while:; in the a^'Mbale: f : :wiifch n .' r . the "'-•• Wiishingtori^ / ^ T , — pn- :;the;/^mairi ; floor . •Cliapels : df/St;/J6hn;and r* - l *1 , ' -• L " I, .......^....^.^Feigiote , i ._. v , :7 ,^._... ^ii||||^ii|^||||| . -- \--- - .__ - •- -\ --•%* '--"--•'He says: * vThe piic -"-"-.-•' ' ** ' ', - ' - - "•• -- -',-•--.•*- m ';-^ '*'• -r H ^•.fr ,:"i;.--;••-:'V'r,- **'- i -^\\^^--of peaceful in- ' " ' f ^ J m ' ^*** H '^x " ' b I » J ^''|^ - - ^ ' '' .- r- - - 1-1- / - *' ri$aiictidns;i *' • • ' J M \ t ~f an /'- *\, - "T J -' ' J J'!' L K isone ' L '^ . r-'. ,,-.-, —', h - 'SlSt^nptoTOose; 1 Mr; Bartich^ • 1 - -V— ' ' HV -r -1 '- - i^lich/iis Makingevery , «.^-.V-"V>"^ ' r "--, • \- " ^',-,.-.: ---O, ;-., •' .; ^- -J : ^p^eis^that^Mso$^ne [fitness inorprsnlistaTiii^^iii^^ >t-,---v - \ 1- i r x ^ _ _ i. ,•--- -\ -' Natibiijal T-/ r— ' ^-:-'^-£>^^z''^^&$^^.,^; l r~;-^ s sebrainaMm ?K> ^-- '.V '><:-.:-- t .i*'/'-->--. * ; ^r,=.^i'. :***•', •*c -, - -- * •• ! £'^ " $£*&i ^; ; ^9-": ^-i- 7 J -v '£•:, t >^ ;.'s-^>; tiafe weeko.-^ durins / EWorld ™ JL • ^—t ^ : from r? - - I I ' -- .:-.,- '"""-• -™' J'X' v-i^^Q; ... theiconclusions A ..reader ;, ;-;ot fact .-bj. -:. f-' —-* . .": '- - - - '•• .-- '-' the disappearance "- "- • • *"•'-' - - - •- --,,• i. 1 - -. ••- •lar£r& '- . - , were in ;the-/Bethleheni Chapel of ^/St;; Joseph^ of & and the ehapei of .. Wh eni completed • tlie; Cath ed i^li •:will provide standing /room^ for ''-••• -J persons;: or? seating; for/ 7500> ^ the iridicatiori ~' n t magrnificat jpa et^~ : or^: total ;areaiWfi^ optical you to note that in selfish; unplanned, decadent America out- /pjat/is-/several/times higher than apy\vhere;/else t arid the standard of -Hying /|s^ far better than anywhere else in : the world;—Emil Schramv ^president^ew York Stock Exchange^ /^Bright colors^ are" better for in- tints'/ /ioys.; /than the pastel-hued rattlea -mothers and grandmother ;preferr;=• to i)uy.--rJr. Wladimir G. ; Eh"asbferg; Rutgers .University psy- taming .doubt that the supreme court (divided threo. ways as it had ben) would ; ~ sustain Judge Goldsborough, and certain high-placed opinion expected a Lewis decision. Justice - Vin son, however, immediately made the case an emergency, called . in; attorneys for a secret meeting .ancl promised swift decision. An. observant child would know from the way;Judge Yinson went about it that any Supreme Court he had anything to do with would have a hard tiihe trying "^o freeze the country for Lewis with winter nearing its coldest,? Any outside observer -^ -r public) was to force a tremendous wage increase through'reducUon o£ hours. Many.. miners have been working 54 hours -a week hut they get paid time and a half and portal- to-portal for this extra work and Lewis sought to-get them the same time and a half pay for working 40 hours. He had no just cause to commensurate with what he did in tying up the country. His. backing from his own men was never strongly expressed in this cause (only their blind loyalty in any cause he might undertake) and the coal miners may possibly have been would hardly expect this Truman Jess enthusiastic for his strike than 1^- ^ 1 .!.___ _ appointee to the Supreme bench to let government down to a legal nullity in first case. A decision against Lewis was a foregone,..conclusion—-and 'fast. -If invisible shades spoke at that conference, Mr. Vinson's at least implied to Mr. Lewis* he would get a less passionate trial of his appeal if he calleS off the coal -strike and relaxed the pressures which brought it into fruition^ If my invisible shade had been there, it woukU'haye. said to the Lewis attorneys: "You'do not expect to get away, with this, do you?".-;As "for-the law. it would have said: If the contempt move to halt the ^strike isnot sustained, it will be followed : :"by a. : long indictment of proved to be successful Implements Lewis for .violation of the Smith- and leave .itself impotent to deal M-^m—^ ^. m* _'H_ ••• mi ^ ^— — — was the C. I. O.. whioli waa push ing him lip front, hoping he would win so somehow they would improve, thoiv own chances in their forthcoming- strike for' more wages in autos and steel. .Those in clo.se touch doubt that he will resume his striko in March, after the winter is over, as promised. For more than a year nxnv strikes have boon losing workers more than could be gained back by weeks, months or years of work. Also, while the Supreme Court hearing may now be less passionate and" pressured, few expect the government will toss away its legal rights popular protection which have .Cpnnally. Act and all law, except .technicalities is therefore on the side /of the government, and its "ne- ce!ssity to protect people from arbi- ^i witl> national welfare. ^ (World copyright, 194ft, l>y Kina F«!«rps Sy dicate. fne. All rights mspn-ed. ll«iiroductioa in full or ln..part .strictly prohibited,) \ " iews and the News By DeWITT 1 i ™ •• Associatcfl- Press Forein Analst •Homahce is so obscured these days of, strife^ the Ibye^ affair reported developing rapidly between England's charming Princess Elizabeth and handsome young: Prinee Philip of Greece is ;iike, a burst of sunshine. "There has/tieen no announcement of anrengagement. Ou the contrary Buckingham,; palace stands pat on its announcemeiit / of last September, "princess; Elizabeth is not engaged;" However, tlie! palace hasn't said she wouldn't become engaged or wasn't in love, and mbreover there has been a "mysteriously" inspired flood of favorable publicity for the prince running _in the British press the past few days, ;i Also, it is said Philip has applied for British naturalization, which would fbe a requisite to marriage -withithe'heiress to the^=«w-orld's greatest throne. V / : The way European royal families intermarry it isn't surprising to learn: Prince Philip is third cousin to Princess- Elizabeth. He is a nephew of the distinguished admiral iVlountbatten and has been In the British navy since he was 'nineteen (he is now twenty-five). . He. and the twenty - year - old princess have been seeing much of each other and have appeared in public together, and England is pro- pared I o hear in due- course that he is to marry his princess and thus in time become prince consort, A prince consort's chief tliKtincUon is .that he is husband of the queen, She is sovereign and he has no privileges of monarchy. The last princo consort of England was Prince Albert, husband of the famous Queen -r— "Victoria, Just before their marriage the British -government gave him precedence next to the queen, but he had no distinctive title and such privileges as he received were purely by courtesy. However, while the prince consort has no privileges of monarchy, he does have a full-time, tough position to fill in service of the state. He and the queen must forever be attending- public'functions. I 1 - I " . Rea e rs ; Viewpoint /:/:;t-^/'-; ; - "BOO Emtor::The;;Californian: " : There has;,been preached a sermon,/telling/me just how unholy I ,am. May.I tell a story and ask one is; /customarily Ousecl magnification7 of optical --iristru: '*.--_" ", - - , ,; • .'. •. - - . bis" studios are .so bogged down: 'by ;mechanical restrictions, red-tape and superficialities that even J it; ah original Or sincere idea qpmies along it is next to impossible to &et *t across. \ • - -'- ' ~ • • • •*''."* - -~ / /The • average • American teacher 3oes c ; not have a sufficiently keen; awareness ; of the haiiards to freedom that , now exist.—Ernest 0. aielby, dean of New York University school of education. i, -NOTE^-Lettprs sboiild be "limited to IcW ^ordi; raaj- atiacic idt?a.s but not not he sbusivt and (Should be written le^tbly &nd on one side of tint painrr. The Califomlan 8 -is not responsive for the sentiments conudned therein ami r«wrve« tit* right to reject any Ipur-r. tetters; must bear an authenlic address and signature, although Uu--se will be wilUhtrJii IT deaired! other is inches short. The ball strides on^end and bounces, no man knows where. Those who expect it to be. run back see it fumbled, retrieved, dropped again, recovered and at last carried' across for a score. But a score by which team? "Today's game is between the MHi- 'tant Labor team and the Conpub team (short for Consuming Public), and it has been pretty rugged so far, with the Labors getting most of the breaks. But they have lost their-star quarterback, the substitute has called some ill-advised plays, they're held for downs, heve conies the kick, The ball (responsibility) i s passed. :;••• Perhaps; a year past, a man was rnburning for ; his,,'son that .had been lostv;''pyer : vthere.- M .. He was feeling sdrr,y;fbr his wife and wanted me to feel sorry for him. I told him T was truly rsorrjr and .asked where his -1 , , v; : !Four hundred and f if tv pairs of ers./ v; The:; pse^^f/^O^ia.; -WAg/wpol panties offered for sale •by/^che-WAA are the only items -•^-i-; ""W^T- 1 •• "- "-•"' ^^-s-r-.'V— .'-*--"- 'V 1 \... .-- ,-.. ^ ---' .•• t . " . A- "'. K - i Av;^The£ bureau ;vo^nnnes>,says, that •- A> ,.,,.;' ;i s. -J.. -.'.O.-,.;-.-'..:, •,-- : CL-- !--i-.- ,. ••;;•-?•».- .\-:.-^--'--'~ •_::•;< •---,. t ~ s -.v_ • a^pr^ate t /p^rspn;^a^inine;:deppsits ,ot-;.ai " -•"""•"•' "•"• : "-•• ••- •' •'sweet cualit fication; in total > area:: % &Is. v foutter - Tnade} fr^m>. ; ;eweet i : sour//cream^^/;p;v'^;;X-^ I A:- A-«ri«:^5w™v-tb^ ; tne ;;:depaLrtment "i -- ..••'.• ,"-• , ".-;• ' -.',-,,•.- ' er:/ made • from rA-m'erican ffobtball choices.^ — • ." ' ' r ' l "• -I- •. b - ^ --1 f ---..-,-'-'•• . *-'- -• v) A ^Ccnora-ad / thief was caught after/stealing S20 from a juke box. __^_. -_.!"_•'•__. L ' " •• : ' < L i wife /was.// She was home . alone; "Why aren't you with her, comfort- -ing 1 her, and gaining: strength, in so doing.*' ;"You don't know, I love my •W^fe and she fe^ls so bad." "Yeah, arid because she is in trouble, you An ;o.ut;o nher.f That boy, trom his perch in ValhaJla is looking at you and asking-, 'Is that my dad'V' He asked,/rnvhatiis this Valhalla?" I told himV^Jt's a: special Heaven that all fighting men reach when, they die. .You/should, be proud that you havq a son there. You have something to live up to and for. So that when you,pass on he wiH come to meet ; you, take you by the hand and say.to these other men, his pals that live forever, "Hey men this is my dad." , He left for home and after a bit came back and asked if I would have a drink \vith them. His wife wanted to ask me about Valhalla. A good woman wanted to hear me say that -.; her son was in a special Heaven,; and did I think she; could go to him. , At \aiiy time in my life that I; needed grits it was then. , They: left"band in hand, chins up. ... . , t . , , .and 1 ! could see a cane making .figure when allI but^the eights;;in the air.; And I did,^ear a Lewis boots it Coops, it,hits. bounces, rolls, they scramble for It, it squirts out of the, pile-up, a man scoops it up, breaks loose and goes for a score. . SHAFTS But is n another score for Militant -Labor? I wouldn't bet too much. Remember, a ball can take a mighty funny bounce. It's a -windy day. And they say the worm always turns. Even a -winning streak as long as Lewis' has to end some time. Don't count the ConpubR out till the last •whistle. M AH ATM A PRICE. ~ : -.-•-.. • ----. • -.-..,- -,-•.*---.*? _-._• ^ *- . • :--'-rf •^•-*-- --.-• '- - - • <^ - - — - -.-.." ^ffl^fe^»^ft^Wvcsnment s ,daea: :Ttnr' : :L:^-iinrri : TiT<aoJ';-•'tri i,7AVi*iVrtV»oco' . *-Via "ll L^has; superior ;;lceeping : :'{VHe"^should )>e made to listen to -the as :*&& ;. ."'"400/records that had been played, from;: sweet : /cr^^ e/development of/ap:d^orc rbm;;car/b;e^u5e 'they'-don^ owe the & •:.'1npd ; lhigrh|bst price on :xecord for a new permitted^/^^one^:/-"-'--':-"''- : ".' : .-:'S* ' -. - •- •'' i'^'fv? "••: ,-.- ""..'---"•-' '>.:-'-. *•::-•..*.'<• * - ei'f ; -\S6mct^.riting paper is made from f f 1 . ' -" I' ' ' I-'- - - -m - ' . '- ' + ' • - ._—_ **. ' ' You_ can reach for the flit- gun :;;-;6'f : > your / religion and right- J;'did : . you/ever see something • *•-,•• - ' - ' • . fj like/that,; aii "BOOM?" hear the be!l : ... CAXFIELP :olors. ;;besides ; ^;y^tel -^Some^^riting paper is made from ^!?- : ^J?^ : '??P^?: ; ^J!(P 1 *. w ^ nja.'i^CTpw'^-Hiv-feVJ^^'d vines;. For mash notes; anjexdtfeg;'feme;pf sor e;>i^K/ : centur-^yf^Us 1:P^rhaRS T -/;/%;//- : -v:.; ; '/:.'/" / - enough:to;pjcl^p/the p .m. ,— -' i^^Ey^pp^j^ 'fcV-'fftfi^P^ii^ /•-"--- '-.-- ••*>• to been -;•• These fibred sriows • ' r r ' ~ ' - - ' - I7HP Uli j/to;the^j ^?^? tjl ^' u & ft ^ s tif-tJie. righteous are j ; vwhicli* $igtii5<tyt}^ the^^aunsels of '- h dpri'^have^; to drive down; to it to witness an.excitingr^game of something: it is . ib*_j j- n_'^ i . ^"^* ' paper on your front-lawn and read about the coal strike. A strike can toke a inighty unexpected bounce, the same as a football,;; arid ;it makes iriterestine- watchin was afbad man that had; : ab UIty / for: gbod ser \-ice.—E d- Icnow-what I mean; there's a strong, gusty side wind blowing and the field /is ;, slippery. A /partially blocked puiit irises high, wobbling crazJly./Receivers rush tq get under . _^. AVINGLAND ROAD Editor The Californian: I feel that I have to comment again regarding the condition of 3!! of the streets around the area which ineludea/SVingland Square and Highland Park. Most of the sewer work is completed and the streets have been left with the hard surface destroyed with the result that rain simply makes them all but impassable. I ;have lived in several different localities in the state but have never seen such a mess anywhere. We have just paid a county tax rate that was almost double that of last year so surely we ought to at least be entitled to roads that we can trave] on without wondering if we will bog down at the first intersection. I would like to hear some j other resident's comment on -, ; this situation, or someone in authority give a valid reason as to why it can't be remedied right away. T WINGLAXD SQUARE. l L ^ ' 'J-^m^mfmfmJflmimfffmlm^f^m^m^mlmmm^mMm^ ~ •- J - J THANKSGIVING DAY Editor The Californian: I wish to thank the "St. Joseph's Mothers Club" and the if Sistenj of Atonement" and also "3trs. Clark for our .Thanksgiving basket we received from them. It made us all very happy to know 'that someone was thinking a'dcut us on Thanksgiving day. MBS M. n. n.

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