The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on August 27, 1936 · Page 6
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 6

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, August 27, 1936
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THE DAKERSF1ELD CAL1FORNIAN, THURSDAY, AUGUST ^7, 1938 Insurance Plans Bitterly Assailed f Unit fit rrr»» LtntrA IVlrc) I-OS AXOKl.KS, A\\f. !7.—Thf ; propoRrrt Pnolflc Muliml T.lft- Inxur- j ancr Company rrorKanlr-ntlon |>lnn ' was lilttorly ntlnrkrd nt a hcnrlni: bofoi-p Superior JiulKo Henry Willis' JOflny. 11 wnn Indlont^il a dniMli* revision mny bo norpusary. ; Attorney* for n i>torklinlil"rs roin mlttpc rind n policy luilili-rn Rroup | rontrndr-il to thr court tlmt lln> plnn ', rtOPd not Rlvn onnltalilo pi-olpetlcm to. holdfrn of "noiiranrollnbl'-" pollrlon i nnd to shnrcholdcrH In tin 1 olil mm- ; pany. ! Today's hrnrlnR wnn railed to pavo the way for u series of round UiliU 1 j confere.nrcB at whirl) attorneys will ' attempt to reach an aprreement out ' of court. CANAL TRAIL BLAZED ACROSS GREAT DESERT SHOOTING SAW CHICAGO, Aug. 27. (A. P.>—Qeor(f« Steven*. 64. waji shot to death by a wiw, ColunibuR hospital physicians rtoclded. lie dlert of an Infection which they learned developed after a circular fiaw with which be wan cuttlnR a piece of wood ripped out n nail and j shot It Into hl» body under one arm. AN this "ship of the desert" rldcn acroHH billowing sands In arid regions of the southern portion of California, it marks another stop In construction of the $30,000,000 Ail-American canal through the Imperial valley. The canal, ncaring completion, will replace one which now (foes through Mexico. The "ship of the desert," shown here, is n dredge. Its left "foot" Is raised as it waddles in duck fashion. Ut«r».*mwt! Laundry ft*ve*»l Hostess Accessories No Lower Prices Than The Owl's Reg. $1.29 Table Lamps Smart, Attractive Shades Bulb FREE Tailored shades, appropriate ba*««; they enhance and en rlehen any room. C1 Cellophane Straws DOS. Owl Tablet* ASPIRIN Pint Russian MINERAL OIL... Pint Owl .._ ._ MILK MAQNE8IA Lb. Pare EPSOM SALT _ H OB. Sol. MERCUROCHROME 26e Slie F. B. Are. CA8CARA An Event That Brings You Savings! Different! Clever! Drcssed-Up Cowboys! Cuddly Scotty Dogs! And Their Remarkably Low Price Snippy enough to cause "ohs" ( • nd "aha" from grown-ups as well as youngsters! Furry- like faces—chaps that look like real leather—with all the trimmings — plaid shirts — bandanas—hat, etc. Dogs are lovable little creatures! 'Twould be smart to buy right now for gifts later! Thursday, Friday, Saturday 1400 Nineteenth Street, Bakcrsfeld 98 Dizzy Dean Helmets i)' Z for 2Bc. Are sporty. African type sun-helmets. Buy several. Shower Hoods 19' Colorful cello- pbane hoods, protect hair under •bower. Exquisite Toiletries Owl-Priced Lower Cheramy'i Perfume April Showers Squibb Milk Ma«n«sta Dental Cream Woodbury's Facial Soap William's Fragrant ^ ^ — Floral Talcums 1ZC Brown or Black Tattoo Mascara 39c FRECKLES Dioxogcn Cream ii not • "bleach cram". Nor doei it muff (he freck* lei. But, tbtnki to nsnue'i HMrreloas element, oxygen, Dioxogea Ctesm tlmoit bloci o»t freckles. Bit by bit, iheseipoa becorni lai ippuent, until you luddealy real ixe they hardly ihow st all. Approve) by Good Housekeeping. Economical Dtoxogen Cream ^^] Owl-Priced 39c Detachable Handle — Strong Bristle — Bath Brushes Sturdily made brush with firm bristles. The kind that deep cleanses. . . . leaving the skin tingling and refreshed. Its regular use helps to prevent blemishes. Yoir choice or popular bath room colors. Oirl'.s IVit-e* .Iff LOU «fs 4iij|pOlliei S,or«»'.s—1X OUT 0,1 IMTY is Vettvt Roger A Gullet Bath Soap ANOTHER EASY CONTEST win '500.CA5H OTHIETES FOOT TOE ITCH AMD CRACKS ' JjoT Dobraaliia • eo»pl»t'» t»«alirf«nt lot Alheleta's Tool and piophylaHii lot tke.iaocs to puvrint i.-lnl»ctlon. BtoeilcUl lor Ringworm and fiarbri'i Itch. — " "" At The Owl 89c BATTLE CREEK HEALTH FOODS 89c 16 or. LACTO-DEXTRIN 910 MONIY Totaling $1500.00 The Owl Leads in Quality — Service — Price |VI»Y MONDAY TO 1O CALIFORNIA Package—Savlta YEAST TABLETS _.. 16-ox.—Instant PSYLLA with AGAR 45c 60c Bottle ACIDONE TABLETS.. Pack 100—Reliable HINKLE PILLS 1 50c _7c Pint— Owl Antiseptic 4 Of* MOUTH WASH ---------- J.«7V Pint — Vitamin A * COD LIVER OIL 23c Tobaccos Your Favorite Brands Owl-Priced Lower 16oi. HEINIES BLEND 16-oz. BRIGGS MIXTURE 16-OZ. EDGEWORTH 16-oz. RALEIGH $1.60 $1.25 $1.05 94c GRANGER 14-oz. UNION LEADER 75c 64c 14-OZ. HURLEY BURLEY Clip This.'Valuable Coupon Bed Trays Folding Decorated 89 These are stru dlly put together t o Insure last Ing service. Rubber Sheeting* WHITE 43' Sise 26 1 36 inches. Good quality, long-life rub ber. Easily washed. Protects mat tress. This Owl Coupon and Good 5 for A Cool Refreshing OWL Lime-Rickey Freeze Rigator Pricm ISt Frath tropical llmaa and eeollng plnaapplt »h«rb«t go Into thli refreahlng, thlrat quenching drink! Must Have This Coupon Void After Aug. 29. Many Immorality Trials in Germany i A modeled Pro* Denied Wire) j BERLIN, AUK. ""•—A now nerlps of Immorality trltilH. Plmllar to thoso I of 1,'iMt May In which L'OO Krnncln- ] cans worn accused of Improper ro- l.'ttiijiin with youths, arc producing many prison and Jail Hcnlcncos throughout thn Jthlnelund, It WHH leu rued hero today. TlilH time, however, pprmum from rill walkH of llfo arc Involved—merchants, government employes. Indus- trlull.HtH, physicians, workers and clergymen. Tlie District Court at Bonn has been trying 83 cases. So far 1!0 Jnll terms liavo been meted out, ranging from 1 year bo 18 months. The District Court at Muenster, meeting behind closed doors, was similarly occupied with what the presiding Judge characterized as "a veritable plague" which must bo met with sharp measures. Vivo already have been sentenced to terms ranging from a month to three years. REPORTED TAKING ARMS CARGO Nine Sailors Held for Quiz at Liberty (Antedated Press Leaned Wire) LOS ANGELES, Aug. 27.—Nine sailors detained by Department of Justice agents -hero for questioning concerning Injuries sustained by Aaron Adklns, 69-year-old Saugus rancher, while en route to this city on a Union Pacific passenger train, were at liberty today. Adklns, returning homo from Pair- ury, Neb., fell or was thrown from he train yesterday near I van pah, B7 miles west of Las Vegas, Is'ev., and was found five hours later by i freighter crew. Mo was stagger- ng along the track In his stocking eot, his face badly mutilated. MKRItlAM WILL ATTEND POMONA, Aug. 27. (A. P.)—Word reached hero today that Governor Merrlam will attend the dedication September 18 of the seven-mile sec- Ion of Angeles Crest highway, westerly from Wrlghtwood to caster-CaJon road. With 30 carloads totaling 1440 tons -of war munitions reported en .outc to Vcra Cruz from Mexico City for its cargo on the return trip to Spain, the liner Magallanes, confiscated by the Spanish government, became a menace Yo the peace of Europe since the shipment of arms threatened the European neutrality pact. Drought Committee, Tour Almost Ended (Anodatcd Press Leased Wire) MILES CITY, Mont., Aug. 27.— Tho President's drought committee neared tho end of Its nine-state automobile tour of tho damaged areas today with the assertion that the back-roads search for first-hand facts had been worth while. "The nearer we are to the end of tho trip," said Chairman .Morris L. Cooko as his committee headed for Thursday's meeting with President Roosevelt at Bismarck, N. D. p "the more sure we are that there Is an answer to tho problem about which there can be little debate." Great Love Causes $10,000 Restitution (United Preti Leaied Wire) NEW YORK, Aug. 27.—Mao Schelble, Pittsburgh bordellokeeper, who forfeited $10,000 ball when she left tho Jurisdiction of the .Now York courts without permission, got her money back today when her attorney Bald It was love that Induced her to go to tho west coast. The attorney submitted affidavits setting forth that Miss Schelble, who is appealing a four-year Mann act sentence, met Harold L,. ICunstler. former Municipal Court Justice, and that the Jurist professed "great love for her and promised to marry her." CLUB'S VIEWS ON For Collective Bargaining; Opposes U. S. Regulation of Wages, Hours (United Prcm Leased Wire) SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 27.—San Francisco's conservative Commonwealth Club la In favor of collcctlvo bargaining for labor, but la against government regulation of hours and wageo, a poll of tho club's member* ship disclosed today. The club, a business men's or*. Kinilziitlon, uimoiinrcd that the noli Included 15 questions and produced answers from 970 out of a total membership of 3140. Tho poll showed members favoring tho establishment of a permanent tribunal, composed of representatives of labor, employers and the publlo, to ' settle ln,bor disputes. A strong vote was registered against reduction of hours of labor as a means of reducing unemployment and saw no chance of such a reduction by voluntary action on the part of employers. Also out of favor was a suggestion to amend tho Constitution so that Congress would have the power to regulate hours and wages. Other questions receiving a favorable vote were: The right of a minority labor group to bo represented In collective bargaining: tho Imposition on minority groups of labor settlements reached by tho majority; establishment of unemployment Insurance as a permanent policy. DISCOURAGED, HANGS SELF CHICAGO, Aug. 27. (U. P.)—Walter Ijlpnlck, 23, worked three months trying to repair his ancient automobile but without success. Today, discouraged, he hanged himself from a rafter In his garage. Police called, it "suicide while despondent." 1 of the Entire Fire Stock of Merchandise From the Old Fish Building, Corner Chester and Nineteenth, as Taken Over by the Insurance Company Nothing Added, Nothing Taken Away. •^••^•IH^HBM^^H^H^HI^^^M » These Two Fine Stocks Will Be Sold at 1711 NINETEENTH ST. SALE STARTS Promptly at 8 a. m. FRIDAY, AUGUST 28 YOUR BIG CHANCE TO SAVE on Men's Suits and Furnishings. Drugs, Cosmetics and Drug Sundries EVERYTHING MARKED AT WHOLESALE PRICES OR BELOW DON'T FORGET THE TIME OR PLACE 8 a. m. Friday at 1711 Nineteenth Street

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