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,> :* -, ', i *. 4 * h t . i r \ J / i r t 1 1 \ \ 1 'i V 't > ; ;* -'--' : '' : -- ••••••''••••'''-'- : '--'^ •••'' " • THE BAKER8FIELD CAL1PORNIAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER ; 1 19!W 14 QM BATTLE AGE SETTING Communists Take Heavy Toll From Defenders of Minhsicn Cily ti'nitfd Prtitn Ltiilfd \Tlrr) LANCHOW. China, HrpL L—A grim battle with modern wcapona of war wn« racing trmlght in a medieval net ting at Mlnlmlrn, obwruro KftnMU province c-liy, w/»»th of hero. "Word dlrnct from the ncono of conflict cllnclohnii Ihn city Htlll wa« In tho hands nf Its provlnrlnl defenders but thai utlacUInf? t'onm: wore taking a heavy toll. American-mn dp n Inn CM loft with ammunition nnd njodfral Blip plIfH whlrh u-i-ro dropped to tho fl city. riio fivlntrirn, n'lurnlnj?, wnid that half r>f Mh)hfdr>r> xvn« burnnd but that tho dffrndorH nlKtitilnd optlmlH- tlcally t hoy hud ennuRh food tn with* t nnd a month of wlrK'v I'lnivn I'ORan hntnblnK the '*om- mnntatR, rntrr-nclird nliout Mlnh- , maintatnlnu con tin noun at . and riirryiiiK *»ut inurderoun nlfrhtly. TJ»e flyer/i CH! Imnti' i d lh/*ro \vrrn IB,000 (YimmiinlHtM hcfnn* Mlnhnli-n, With iiO.OOli nH)fiH nt tin- Ki bfM'd'-r, »1! of them H i.'f]iitppr'd and plentifully intppllf-d u lth nmmunltlon. The aviator^ fnnflnn"fl report* th" CoininunlHfN had (idviinred rmrthr-HHt of MlnhMjen, thn-atenliiK MARK TWAIN -33? Y--^M: ; S^:&:-'-' ••:•'•;• *•'•>..#?/'*'fw&.>-:'^ l-:- • \: .'' '..- - . -'''. •• '*'. ', J.i'-"''-' * Ij *V , ,Vj' '/I*. . . r' ' r I' >*'• . " ^ j' '^ ' l H'-»* ' ', ,'r- .'.*'-. ' 1 " .' r'r L ^ - ' - , ' / f .'.* .-. . -" , • . .• I . T r ' |* . %^ . ' , i * . . J .' v. K-- Liquor Is Issue in Four in Fall Campaign J I i Viewed from Cardiff Hill, famwl as a favorite haunt of Tom Sawyer and Iluck Finn, this new Mark Twain Memorial bridge, spanning the MlHHlNHippt nt Hannibal, Mo H will soon bo dedicated by President KooHcvclt. ('entonnlal colebriition of the birth of Hannlbal'M most illuHtriotiH son WHH held hist year, opened by Hghling of a beacon In the Mark Twain Memorial lighthouse on Ttirdiff frill. otmtlnti'-d to fl*-o Otrr;ilojind jiroan, many c Road Check Shows Traffic Increase i PAY 10 BILLIONS, LLNESS, INJURY I'uhlic. Ilt'iillli lU-pfirt Males AiiKiiinl ('.an He Hcducc<l to in J'uliirc i State to Job Exam duct rr/nitrrf TWAKIUNOTON, Sept. L—A pale " and shadowy version of tho oncn vigorous prohibition l*«vm has arisen In this campaign year for at- nt.Jon of tho VOUTH, Kour statos urn confronted with tho quoHtlon of alr.ohol and what lo nbout U In 1930, tho nnttanloon Brue Informed this United Press. North Jiakotu disposed of Its problem for iho Um« b«lng In a .June; ballot whlrh ffftneniHy Is oonMlrUw! to havn boon a victory for ifmperunce, If not strictly nn occasion for prohibition hosannn*. VotlnK on Hrjunr questions ro- mnlnn to he rorordod In Maine, Toxns und California. In tho prnsl- rlnntial vampfilKti, f(K<?lf, prohibition l« not tin (Knur*. Tho riucnllon WIIH not raised In <tIUu*r tho Itopubltann or Democrat lo platforms. Nolthnr J'roMrUmt Koom'vnll nor Governor AIT M. Landon hn« (lIseiiHHQd it. ('imdlrlatr'H Katrd Mr. Hoow'vHt IH nn anil-prohlbl- tlonlHt anfl hn rrifflnoorofl repeal, novorimr Ltimlon IH not nrorfm.'Iy on record hut MM Hlaln permit* tho salo of bwr ufi'lm* it technicality and samn inuntlis ngn tho governor ro- fu«pd Hp.nrdnf.mr.fnt to Iho Kansas board of dm Aii1l-Hfi.lmm League, a rr*HponHlblllty h*-ret of or« tindortakon by Kovornors rif that s ate. Prohjbl- lion flKUi't'H Iti tbn prosli^'priMal mm P/ilKii only to (ho r»x(«*n? to which Mr. Leaned Wire) tha Btato commission In any city or town? 2. Hhn.ll HcenHOB bo granted in any city or town under mgtilaUon of the. stato liquor commission for tho sale of wJna and spirits to bo consumed on Ihn premises? U. HhaJl ]lp*?n«f>« ho grantnd In any town or city for thr» Halo of malt liquor**? Kvory Malno town and city will answer thoHo throo riucHtlotiH and tho result will br? binding upon that community. Prohibition organlm- Uons arc iMsfnmtlntf their followers lo voto "no," on all thron. Prevailing now In Maine IH n control n*;t which provided tho Mate of liquor nhould bo k'gul until January L 1037, Tho town and city referendum will supplant that .act. TexflH hiiH a form of local option which IH it Imntfrjver from a vote In IfUfl which left »oino arena wet and sumo dry, subject of courwo to national prohibition which, theoretically, mado tho entire state a desert. Tho question before Texas voters la In tho form of a constitutional amendment to provide for u Htntc system which would have rights to the Halo of liquor under locnl option conditions. Two AUrrnnllvtw OUJforuJan.H 11 ro ronfrontod by two propoHfd iimundnu-ntH to tho Cunatl* lulluji, UN E IITVDCCT1 L i IM a f A tunoiated Vretut I»?n**A Wiro) SAi'HAMKNTfi, Hopt. n l,rntir<t U' Hopi. 1. Tho r NunifiK r Inifltc (viuol. rn.'i'lo tho Hlnio illvlHtfin *i| hUUnvayH inuln- tenanro ,ln)y 1;; und I It ihln your, flhowod i\ n IIKTOIIMI* In t In- HMO o( Bin to hl^livvjiyn nf 10 por rout ovor tho NMMIO porlud lunt your. Tho cmint inudo htNt your WIIM I [t [| pr-r rr nt Kroriirr than In 1034. T. II, I >o i in In, H tn in main!'MIH n<"*' MlKlnciT, nal»( fhi« liljfhwny traffic on Sundiiy, July II!, Jurnpod 7.f.H pnr root ami July KJ, Monday, Imf- flo wan 10,M» pnj- rent IIVIT tho renpoiidlnK pfrlinl lant yoar. Tho rtiunty WIIM inudn in iho Ulnr tnaniHM, on\i<rlnK thn 10 hour prrlml front (> n in. in 10 p rn . ourh clay with tho it-nfflr Ho^rojfivlod tnln hourly porliidn. '' l t Afitwltilt'it /'t'FH* l,rn*cn \\iiri INdTON. Nopt 1 Kwll- I h'- n;illr»n'H nuininl hill fo Hi) lUM'MH Illl'l M('c|(|f>ntM fit J 10.000.000.000, tin I'uhllr MrMlIh Horvlon flw iif'fl iixlav |t fMiiild hn nit by MM much IIH *-, 000. 000,000. ('Im Hfrvlo.o (in hi'lf-d In Itn ONt i»r liiillriTi, riiiiiN of '»'hlr/i(H, nur)i from \vnrl(. ho ropiici alHii i nni;ilni'<l und rt-ntn cHllmafrH tif HiivliiKH which ry ml|:ht rcull/o t hrotiKh In uccldfniH uii'I Illtu H»I. A U'.fi poi- rent rut Itt Ili If WIIH MM Ifl u'diiM nn v»* o hlnh IH nut at all. ,lunr» N'orlh Uakutu volffl I.—HriUfli l°f'.6H3 to 7H.337 (T) iiffulnMt a fcinn \v\l] }>f> i f)f municipal local option and pro- hold H«pt"fnh«r 1!) for n, honpllnl at- blblllonlHtM viirlously intorprotnd tho tcndnnl at thn Younlvlllif Votornns ""I 1 '-"'"" tin a triumph or a turning of iho lloV. itltin IIiiH Thrrn \Vay« will votn Soptftnbcr ii on thrt'o proprmltlotiH; I. HJi/tlJ utttto Ntfin*H for w*lo of liquor bo opened hy permlHHlon of llnrno, iiurNlriK rind oratory aid n of i)iilillr; h<-a|th Junior jdiywlral luh l * of Phi' nljiln iii'rnoniM'l bonn] alw> will hold i»xiiinliifitlonH Hi*ptnn»bor l!rt for u benrliifr i-fpfirU-r und on Or-tohor .-I for nw\ 1/iwtUuMon hiitch^r. Vbf It OH pita I ntlcndunt'H r*xnndnn.- llnn IM JlniJIrd t.n jni»n und Din «;»!in y will be |RO and maintenance-. The Miipcrvlnin- of piihllr, )ir*nlth ntirnln^ womon only- will piiy fiiOTi innnthly und thn hivirlMK rnporlrr, who miiHt b« nhlo to Inko dlctntlon of i::f» wurdn u. mlnuli* opi-n \n r'.-.N,i., n.,- n . '• An ainondrnent to nroalo an al• - f :,l li«i b | Cor cohlllll! llovnl ' <1 « n ««»»»'«»>on of threo prf.Pi/ioni. M a nw.tor JInfim , MirH n(u . h llp p r , lnt0(I for Hix yeai-a to nupplunt tho Htato board uf cr/imllxatloti tut tho Mrjuor governing body. 2. A Jor/il option initlntlvo rneatturo fur ovory oily, town und county, wheroundnr r-arh would have authority Pfi rcKnlatc or prohibit, liquor. Thn Anil .SM.IOOM Lrutfuo here said Itn ortfunl/rtllMM WM.H oppoHhif? iho dinciit to rroatf) a new cominls- •bin. Hi/pportcd the local option proposal. A general view of the ground-breaking ceremonies for Ycrba Buena Shoals where "the buildings of the 1939 exposition in San Francisco bay will be constructed. Governor Merriam of California is the central figure of thc ceremony, surrounded by girls representing naUoiiH which will sponsor exhibits. i and wfUMPii-" will pay $hifl u month. i' Junior pliynfrnl laboratory uld riM-dvc $1^0 a irmnth und thn hiHitiutloii butcher $75 und inubi- j !• Madrid Red Regime Wrecks 1300-Bed Burgos Hospital (EUMon Nol»: An AtioolMtef} Pr»ii for»|pn corr*»ponilsn|, on fh« iren* ot lh« firit Spiniih tiov«rriment homblno of tlin r«bel "o«plt«)" of Durgoi, deicrlbei the dmtruotlon of • hoiplUl In tin following yriphln dlipHoh). By ICI.MKH \V. 1'KTEHSON ((Ni|iyrl|lit, 10.11. hy A**u(?la(i)it t'rnn) 116,000 JUT 1000 rmplu.vi'H Kansas, Missouri Benefited by Rain i A «*(»(• itit i'il rti'nit J.i'iinrd W KANHAM riTY. H-|,i l.--Itnln In riHiiN and MlnMoitrl put u ilfiit In tho dmuKfir fiHjjiy. At IvniiHiiH «'lly, (tin ruin whl.-h bofuui idirhiR (In- nlKht. luul rca/-h/»<l I.IK InrlirH. MolHturn In nut -iln-nnl KitrifiiiN hmi cfllcd |HiH(niiH, liitn Kru-ilfinM itnd nor. A I » Kfthh fit MM -jiM Ufiln I. .-nun to frill In SI thin ufti-i -noon. miMpinUiiK Ihr nw IUTOHH the Mtuli- imlfiv i»f 1'UnulM from the \\-i-*<l . ltrlnr;lnff b«»ru*Mclfil rni'lM turc l(t MH- piiirlM-il ri'ininintti of Mln- Htrli'lii'ii P rcpoct n IHU hnld nlioiit $1000 JUT 1000 finpl'iyi'M rim Id In- MM i unmiiillv llii-niiK'li a i-(>du'-i|<ir) of 1 (liltdM nf a ilnv por rinplnyo in llinn lord lifCutiMn of HlnrMM. Such r* dllrlldfiM, K r<i/if|riftrfl, u]mt wi.ij 1 I ln'tiiK Hiili.'ftanllal n;Lvln/{ti tn ulupliiyi-H. Ill tinliiMt t IfM \v|t h lii-hiw iiM'i iu:»* nrrlilfnt rnti-H Jiiid fi-w in-rnpnl li.niil health hitv.it i 'In, t |n> nni'Vi'V t*nld, mi a ii nu nl cxpi-ndltuin nf Ji::,Dnn ,„,, "inpluyrH fur fn-nl(|i ami nn I pi i<vdit |nti IM "uiiiTiintf d fruin an '"'oiH>mlt' nlnin\t>»\nt." Thin MIIIM. |( \\IIM Niild, inl(;l]( t>" mj hula nt tall \- Inri i-iifird "wliru rvcn a M nn II in'iTftiliiKo nf (hn uurUiTH an« i-n>;ai(i-d In prftrcfuu-M which mav affrci hriilth jiilvcrnidv " Tim ropurt mhlfd that "n t-i.n»di| era hi** amount nf exi'i-llrnf \\..| U" lir»»n d'uin In I tut i in I rial h v^l* -in 1 Mi" laM :'o >i'ai-H hut Hint "MM otilv a Ninatl inlimiltv of mirUnM m i« prnvldrd u llh inoil|i-n) udvlrn and 0 Years Building; Railway Is Opened HANIvfiW, rt-iilur J.fnnnl }\'hrt I'hlnn. s.-pt I. In DP- hulli I I/IK. IhmliHW ntlluiis. « niincr (he VnriKt'.tf elver pm-l nf Min \Vllll t IIP MIMlfh I'ollHt Hid fiipitllH 'it n 1 1 Hi, WIIH o|M'iic(| I'onnull y 1 1 nl' iy Din mad. l*\ fine ted tu <l>i in l it'll tmvtnd rinllnr, n ttll nit I Ion u hlHi dl t •* \ ld «-M < |iliui Inlo two i- ami puMtlriil i-nmpH. \\a« liy A lin'rlcuint. Htfirtod ),y ItrlilHh li-rhnlral UIKJOS, Spain, Sopt. l.-vrniRlc wr(!('UaKo of a IHOO-hod liOBpltal hoi'o wltiuiHH today to tho first gov- cnnuntit ulr raid on thin "oupttal" of rchidlloufi military KiiHcIutR. Tho rnhc] U'adoi'H. whoHn own already had hoinboil Madrid, of Iho SocialIwt KovornmciU. »d four dead and 17 wounded an thn roiuilt of y put onlay'H boin- Itardincnt. One of Ihn woundnd was dvlrui All four, tin? l-asi-lnts fiald, worn hilled u hen one. uf four bninhti hit t lu i lioHpltal. The ntr raid o«*riirri-il at fj;50 p. m. Oenorul MlKfut'l Cahaiiollaa policed out Mio wrccUaffw of iho hospital u few mfmitCH nfler tho bomb had Hti'iick. A Hiirpoon In a blnodHtalned whlto uniform pointed out iho wi-eckod op- Filipinos May Buy E. D. Doheny Yacht (United t'rim* Lcnttcd Wire) J.OS ANOWTJ3S, Kept. 1.—Tho Philippine (government was reported today negotiating for tho purchase of tho palatial Hteam yacht Cawlana from tho oHtato of Edward L. Doheny, Into oil magnate. Tho yacht would bo used by President Manuel Quo/on. Tho vesnol Is 2fi4 foot long-, built ut Groonock, Scotland, In 1908, and has accommodations for a large numbur of guestH and a crew of 40. Jt has boon out of service since Do- hony'fl death. A your ago a plan WUH mado to ohnrtnr tho yacht as a "round-the-world floating university" for travel rnlnrlod RtudunU but tho project waH abandoned. H 1200 S on PLANTERS WATCH COMAC1E Agree II Gun Harvest Crop but Doubtful as lo Practicability Strik tH In ono room, a frenhly wuundcd offlror fMimtiuMiled: "It cunt bn SpanlardH who do this! It muni \n> mad men:" (h«.» bomhtng 1 plane ramn from Madrid. t "".I ro,npl.-(od with iiiniHVV j WHr ulniniJnfl. Ilium f i "in Mi'M-i 1 ri'lu'lllon in- r< fnndM N( ( 'hlna hv |{f|- uml (JM'ii! Itrllfiln offli'orn Hald onn bomb Htrtick lh«i I'rnvliiPlal hoMpHal, ocrii- by I not) pernunH, Inrludlnfc 400 Ml tin* .lunation of Hati ri'H" MtreotH, In front Two oi lirrs Htrui'U a htflr/i) and at;ed. tljc AriOtlllT fuhlo and of a irnrii for Ih Mrs. I). W. Morrow of wiM*r> thrown to LieuL-tiov. Barry of Bay State Dies MM Id KUHTON, Hf tnniint Uovri-iinr I'ldunnl I'. Hurry, VI, of MuJtftHrhiiNrliH, WIIH found doud In bin hoinn lodny A proniliMMit lit IM 11 HI itt incur v. Ulirry wan llrnlrmint fjovci imr hi 31U-I. lie HOitKhl Ihi- 1 ii-nun'i iilh- luiinlnutlon iiKutn in IIM:*. hut \MIM ( OHt ItaiVl.Y SlMMI IM| hy I t,.(in K l Mi'iilnr HliillNMrliiti. tho rrpnri fhat "thn roiiMiiini'r Mddnln i (In- i-Xtcut tn v.hli'h thn ruHts uf In iluxlrlal arcldfiiiM nn.l >drUni'M» nd.l to (lin prlt'f. nf JiMidlH'lX ,»!•. HllltlMl uitnthrr way. di't H-MM.- Mm puichan piuviM- of the dollar " iK Hi" uniiiinl i'i>itt fur nil ithd in -ride n I M /it $|(l.(iOO thn Hurvry r^nld Unit "uh nf (hlh tiuiK'tltiido ohvloiiMly IM (ih hnpiirlitnt fiirlnr In thn ronl n| in S Brit tlm Kround by tho tJonriiHHlon of Iho l.nmlm. ono project IK- hurling 'JOO-pound etoiu'H atToaH a lij-i'uuL rlvor. Tuduy moat of the populace wua ralni. An official pn.'H.s fommunlquo said: "Kod arllllory flro In ilofonHij of Iruu IH ludnj; cnrrorUod from within thn French hordiT in open violation of the muHt flernentury firluulpk'a of Internallonul law." In while. ovf-rallH utop a mountain on ihn Kivnch sldo "of ihe (.order \voro dlrpr.llnj; Iho flni by hlandlnR, Hitting and rinliiK, the rt-bdl '•ommuhlguo uddud. (United I'rctia Leaned Wirr) MAVRE, Franco. Sept. Twelve hundred seamon wero on a Hyinpathctlc Btriko today because tho Churgours HounlH Lino refund! to add two oxtra cleaners to tho crow of the banana boat Katlola. Tho .strike affected BOVOII Charg* ciirn Hounl-s boats, a tugboat company, rt local cxcurHlnn lino and tho French Unor Champlaln. The Champlaln was expected to sail on schedule, tomorrow, however. Swim in Muddy Waterss Ft law Mr«. Guests Says Court, and Not f.'nUnl 7'rrjM l.ratrd U it r A In i^ not St a II-M uf und \lMloiiuiy. ( n :*a per cent . It mild, "In iantiHntrd I'trm I rtiiftl M.KWI MM i. N .1., s,. p i. MwJwIit \\'. Morrow IH «MI iKlnrid, tn \ |H|| |UM' Mon HIM! d/iuirhirr. i 'ulonol and 'hnrlrn A I .Indhrruh Ah eniidnyo fit f hn Morrow oMuto lnrloHi-d tniiiiy »dm nallr-d l''rldny on 'he linn Kuropa arrninpanled liy u hid her dauf<htrr, ( 1 <mnta.nrn l and . Aidtrey Nell nf th«' lato MIH. (»nn In widow ivy Flyer Hand Located, Claimed tRobs exas of $2000 ?*rc*» flatted WILMINGTON, Kept. I .—A H wim In tho muddy \vulors of Machado Hlungh cost Thomas H. McKlnnln. 10, hi.H life, pullco reported today. Tho' youth, with his brother, GeurtfQi 0, und Arthur Lasley, 10, pol»»d a makf.shjft raft out into the middle of iho slough. The older hoy Hllppod from tho raft anil sank In tho uilro, '•* Leawd Wire) HAN' FUANt.MSCo, H«pt. 1.—I'o • t I>A1*I,AS, l'rr*tt Lrutcd U'irr) exas, Wopt. 1,— A K»m W Urn Innportor Marvin Dowoll Hald t man robbi-tl the ilnuirt Pralrlo bi> bad loratod Mouionant Wlloy N. Hand, mivy aviator. h«rw at Iho re- s icretary Dem I Honored in Deatl I t'l/Mf IIH(r ,| /<') OKI /'.If/I' I'M- J Norway Would Halt World Itciirimimnr l %Vho help pay CKpi'iiM-s on a inn rlUK ti'lM <»'" K'l'-ntM and not PUH ollKri-fl In n n fuittininhtlii. the Ap- itto Court, Mhlfdon 1, ruled lo duy. GoorKi! Vrerland. driver und n\vnnr Ot tin* autoinoblle. WUH rnied hy (Mon orn und Cmui" nnd Kdllli'liynn. whon the autmnnldle UIIM In nn urrldetil near KuUeriuteUI April J. 1IKUV Tho Appidluto I'uiirt upheld u Mil- porlor Cnurt nilhif; thnf fdme a\u plulntlffN Were inn<M(H In the nir they COUld not MM* f.)n* drlvM UI)]MMM they Can nhnw IH* wan wilfull M|inpl\ ni'Mi the c;imvd ivrre I l\ 1MIIM |i\ ( ln> \ tx'ii | ntiln. t v\ it l»> lulnlNlriH In '» I '''I it \\ in Mhlppt<i| and Mr .hir,,|, Trap p. rnllarlan an uriiuii prrlude und POM! indn arratiKod ,.|n>lr n /'rr«n /.rn*prl U'(r«> < i I iN I ;\ \ . Si-pt 1 - Nnr\vn v, n| lui; for nil Si ;iinllnavlan nalhuiM. to dav i luiiiii-lrrl/.ed an "trrrlbln" the in- \vhtmo 1 ir. i'l th and ni It, ^^|t|| wnrhl'H nmrniainiMit hew at (einptit to thn ro operation of tllM t qut'Ht of I.OH irr.tor l>o \vrll waid hn tuidor- KU'utenani Hand bad boon ro- ported mlHHinfr bomum* hn fnllwl to lenvn n forwarding iidtlrrHM from a Kori AiiRoleM boird wliou ho camo . north. i lAtfl Aiu;''l"« poliro HPHI wi.»rd they i bad been mincMlivl by Mrw. Hand to i alleinpt tn loratu bin- hiiNlmnd. i I.lotitftiant Hand WUH report oil ' "nol In" at I be hotel \vhiM i- he In bank of |i!OOQ today and KUhinetal rluHod nodan. In Tin* man throatonnd J. T. cawhler; hits nasfHfunt. Misa Maudo Crawford, and O. \V. niiiKhani, vice- with H rovolver. of iSOO P k to 1932 L i (United Press Leased Wire) STOXEVTLLE, Misa., Sept. Farmers and cotton specialists who witnessed tho first public demonstration of tho Iluat cotton picker agreed today It can pick cotton but several expressed doubt a« to its economic practicability. Mack Hunt, Memphis, coinvcntor of the machine with his brother, John, directed the demonstration while tho latter is en route to Kusshi to demonfltruto the mechanical picker to tho Soviet cotton farmers. Acre nn Hour, Claim Rust said his machine would pick nn acre an hour on iin average, going over a row only onco and the total cost, Including tho tractor to pull Die picker and two .operators, would bo about $1 to $1.50 an hour. On that bants, tho machine in ono hour would piclc as much cot- Ion as five laborers win in u duy, saving approximately §8 to $JO a bale In picking. Yesterday's demonstration was only tho fii-Ht step, however, in testing tho machine. Charles A. lienncti, engineer In charge of cotton ginning operations of the department of agriculture and F. J,,. Uordes. federal cotton technician, reserved their opinions on tho picker. 17. S. Interested "The government is'deeply Interested in this Invention and wo tiro going to follow through from the fields to tho textile mill," Bennett said. Karmerfl were Impressed with tho way the plckor got tho cotton, yet did not disturb tho unopened bolls. Thc stalks were skinned slightly and bent over a trifle but growerH agreed I hat tho process would not Injure seriously the future development ot late cotton. SUIT CONTINUED LOS ANGELES. Sept. 1. (A. Injunction suit by tho Southern L . Republican Leader Labor Benefits More irt Impartial Roles j i i ». -* Prets Lcatcd Wre) ROCKY POINT, H. I., Sept. .1.- Colonel Frank Knox, Republican vice-presidential nominee, asserted today that labor, which "until our tlirte fought Its own battlep," benefited from' staying out df party politics. He added, in an address prepared for a rally and clambake here that a government partial to "one form of labor organization or another ii "un-American." Knox came to Rhode Island aboard his special campaign train/ which set out yesterday from Manchester, .N, H M on a 22,000-mllo tour. The-rota of government In labor relations, Knox said, should bo that of "umpire,"' seeking to "preseryo decency and order," and prevent violence. He said In parts ""What Is this administration'* policy toward labor? For more than a half century labor In thia country has feared the encroachment of the federal government In the relationship between labor und capital. Wisely and properly, labor hait realized that a central government's ln» van Jon of this field Is a two-edged sword. But the present administration ha* rushed into this field." Prospector Heads for Screen Mecca (United Press Leased Wire) LOS ANQEL15S, Sept. 1.—Lucky Blacklet, bowhlakcred miner who started tho abortive search for a man believed to bo Judge Joseph Crater, was somewhere in tho Los Angeles area today but police were not Hure exactly whero and mado no effort to rind out. The prospector stalked Into police headquarters for a few minutes last night and, without waiting to have his picture taken ns usual, informed authorities what he thought of the treatment ho received, In colorful terms. Black let claimed he had been promised $10 a day to lead tho expedition into tho desert country near Warner's Hot Springs but didn't receive the money. When last soon, Blacklet was heading in tho general direction oC Hollywood to seek fame and fortune in tho movies, newsreel cameramen having told him he would be "colossal" In pictures. Will Carve Statue of Chief on Tree j_ 4 Wnited Press Leased Wire) I viiuli and brlriff Into the Iho rnonoy to him. Wire) l-OS ANU13L.BS. Sept, 1.—Wagos ,,. „ « - , fe Sierraa Power Company against the huania Ad tarvF IIHOXVNS I IKK HAHY NKWUUUCIT, N. V . Sopt. 1. and II m-atloH of n pnr P.) Mm youruhl day to n np|itr< up'.MI "it' ruiirh i.r l.iii\|ii pri'Hi'ntiittvpH nt' all i " fi'l o (A. L'H- to o uf flrHt tlfKt'oc man ihu drowning of h»>r t torolhy Nht-rwoml, \vlilo\v. plnadcd KM Illy thn Mrnndtiin \ In in* In advot-tuini; » fainputgn tn rhargo la pnnlnhabln liy lo to iH>|j{hbor itiul JIM Irli-inl," nrild I tin 1 'Nh.-n. ' |M,I MM viMit-H I hiiv n him Int linntt'ly, und hiixr hail a ili"'|» 1 1 l<>ndv|i|p fur him | Wn hfH NfriilJHll.N. hiH llhilH aMp|i-ai lini-1 inuUc (lui Auunnt, Jlnnny. In TliM n rri'oU In l'rrnn K'Al'NAM, Ulhuunln, SVpt. 1.— lUKinia, iiTdnily tuniod KanrlMf, to tho purllaiiinntary ! ago. forii) »'f Kovrrnniom (odu.v. \ A Mi'vvly olrTU-d dlt't \\I\H uponiHl , hy I'lv.Mldt'iit AnadiM Snu>tiMui who InllmnUul uuioiuliiHMit of tho Cull- MiliuM»M >vu\iltl he HH inuHt hnpor- tiini tusk. of ISOO more omployos of the Los AnguloB SLroet Hallway Corporation, oj»oralor of tho city street car sys- ti-m. havo boen restored to tho level paid buforo ttopleiubcr I, J932, when tho wagoH were cut becaufio of tho liopreflHlon. \'Ico-PresIde»t and Gen- iM-al Manager P. LJ. Harris said to- j duy. Tho Incroaan applies to Bhopmen, 1 mnchlnlMtH, trackmen, Unotnen and offlcu and tmpervlBorlal forces. Ti'uinmon'.s and operators' pay was to (he old scuta Homo monthH 1. (A. a quart In iin(\tM'Hal (n prlnon. I URRET ON BATTLES ninto And nfirr all th" > rai H 1 i (n miy (loiti'KP PI-MI uan hon . In- \\MH Hlnrvio, hi< WIIM \r\\n In ''""\ I.-H.-IIM, Id. \VHH rli'iin ll) I 1 ' M »'" Mild til ptltilli' Hfi,. htmihln )'t'nliint|t(;N hi* pl;u-. nnd IH.\\t-i, Twlro IIP WMM rl'M-ti'il Ktivi-i imr ot t IIP ntnto I lii/r And hi* Hi-i vcd ivtth fldrlltv nnd lnlr ( ;rl "And Dim wli»-n Mr. wn»r rlcripd pn*Hlilput ho I *' i n IIM ono nf his And (hit* \VIIH (hp honor ovor noi'oril of tho Htato u( I'tah. To ofilon ho hroutOit n wlllliiM un. nnd an intourlty Hint no intni him i-Mir quoHilonod. To tho rri\"l.l»>ni find l<> flu* HilinlnlNtrnthm hn han hin-u loynl nnd truo and ilo And (hlM monninont \vll} not to u to WANT HAltnOU IUSTU1CT TOHHANVK. SIMU. I. U. P.)-Tor- •uiu'i 1 I'lty officials f!|miiHt»rotl todity I'tltlonM for thn p.riMition of an In- Innd hnrhor dlNtrlot •.•oinprtHliift Tor- rum-o, Luinli:i. fiunlonu, Harbor iTIty. Ko.vnii.iMi. Wuiioriii IUU 1 Taioa Itll 1 TIIIKS at IUTHOMH wet •urf by Ilio . Si-pt t rip Hoach t. (A. «f lor from tho UMimmiii to ! i last ynnr, Muupoiullng iho .H of op]>oHlttun pnrtloH. Oo- nuiiUnl Inu and hy tho Hitme token HtM^'hiK noMro nn (iornuiny lo Its lunitlM tiff tin* tiny but Hlru- Unltlr torrltury of Moniol. M1M< 1'HK'KS , Srpt. Milk advnncod ono cent I*UH AngoloH today HH n result of a lO.oent-u-pounil boost In tho price of butlorfat for prodnreifi. Bottled milk Hold at ll ( t-onts In stores and 1- routs tlollvorod. , Imperial Irrigation Ulstrict.was con tliuiRd today for 30 days while tho dlHtrlcl arranged to', remove poles and wires from eloso proximity to tho compuny'H equipment. 1IULD WITHOUT BAIL IwOS ANOKLES, Sept 1. (A. P.>— Accused of etrangllng to death his 10-year-old nweethenrt when she broke their romance, \VInslon H. Gui-dlner. -2, navy radio man, was held without ball today pending' Superior Court trial. DEATH TOLL, 27 BOCHUM, AVestphuHn, Germany, Sept. 1. (A. P.)—AVith tho death toll now 25, hopo WHJI abandoned today of saving two minors still entombed in the United Pnmldont workings, fioeno of a violent cxplonlon yesterday. PREPARING FOR OCEAN FLIGHT Human Alarm Clock Kings Hell 26 Years - 1 : , • '• k '.O-'^ A**'. ':',>;'•!/.vy - -\:'/'-.'^\ *•• V' L >w ; , •-' T *" -• fr " l '^; : :^*?'''- : -'''A: , I - -m f - • • * - ^ ' fc '. > ^ • » j" . v , ' • .;.•'-:• '-,- . -' - - -. ' , , • ' - . . •;.'-- • • 1 .' ^ *»,./,.-... ». • ; • •- . • .- -:\. . • • % .• -. • - - l ul»u-m i-lork th*« rh.implon amaU'iir t he \\ m Id S /'rrs* Lfaurd \Virci pL L— A human lalm l*tday to f 70, Connor cotmty has cumplfliMl hl« twenty- nixth ,\ear an M t Ml'-a|>l>olnted awuk- j fMM-r of resident* near Mount llubl- i dou\. fanuuiN lOanler sunrise, shrine, '4 K.'n-h morning about «:;iO u. tn., lie j leaves Ids homo, oUml»M &OQ fet-t to ; Iho holl tower noar Ihw nummit of the peak, and watch in hand, waits for 7 o'clock to arrive. On tho mlri* uto, he tapN tho heavy bronze bell seven times with n Imiumor, The rlear nutos rouwi- t from bed. Slneo LoKun nwdo \\(n first hike In HMO to the boll lo'.vcr. ho haw missed few iiuirnlng«. No salary KOCH with tho Job Mut Vvo been pnid dividends In heallh." he • I wo men noro UUIed und nine injured In AH explosion in tiii« uuu tur- rot, lowor, aboard the U. S, S, Murbleheud off Sun Clemimto Jiimr huu Diego, during naval maneuver*, rrrv Kiuaou LOS ANC9KLKS. s< n »t. i. (A . , ., {Tho body of James liurmody CVuvy, j JU, olty (Minor of iho UlUMirtnVd J^iliv NO^-H, will lu> iRont io hi* hlrihulnco ;»t Knvnklln, Ohio, for burial, his jbrolhor. Nlok Citroy. Maid totlny Oiv roy dimi oV a heart atiack ut his homo liyst utght. . 1 •-^^^^^&-^ , ; --V ::- -. '-li ••.- •;•-. > v •. . •-'.'.'». f •-•- , ^..•--^ •>$:&& Portugal Is thc goal of Joseph Contu, of Corning, N. V H shown beside the sleek mohoplanc in which ho proposes lo 'make the first transatlantic airplane flight. He nwaita iruUaUation of blind flying itt8trument« before hopping off for Harbor Grace, Newfoundland* starting place of his nonstop venture. NAP A. Calif.. Sept. I.—Chief Sequoia, one of the most distinguished of American Indians, is to be immortalized in General Grant National Park near hero. Thy Napa Chamber of Commerco hu* taken tho initiative to Bel asido ono of tho giant redwood trees which later will -be carved Into a giant statue of the chief, Tho stump of the trea when It has boon nt ripped of Ha top und all foliage will be 75 j'oot high with a diameter at tho baso of 30 feet. H Is planned to leave 25 feet of tho tree at the base as a pedestal and to carve thc figure out of the remaining GO feet. C. A. Covey will bo the wculptor. Officials Invited to Parole Meeting (United Press Leased Wire) OALVKSTON, Texas, Sept. l. Warden Lowla K. Lawos of S King prison and governor*) and at torney genontlH of five Htat^s havo boon Invited to attend the first pa- rolo conference of southwestern states, beginning hero tomorrow. Thc conference was called by Governor James V. All red. The Galveston county pnrolo board, tho Gal* veHton Commercial Association and iho chamber of commerce aro In charge of plans. Officials from Now Mexico, Oklo* homa, Arkansas, Louisiana, Arizona und Texas are expected to attend. Invents Radio to Aid Mine Workers LONDON, Sept. 1.—A email portable radio set may save the Jives of many miners In future mlno disasters. The set is tho Invention of L. W* and C. E. Hermes, father and son. No technical knowledge Is required to operate tho transmitter, which weighs only 15 p9unds and may bo situated at various points along the workings to permit trapped workers to speak to rescuers above. Tho inventors havo completed successful tests from a remote part of a mlno 2200 feet below ground. LIKE FOB KIDNAI*BR LOS ANGELES, Sept. 1. (A. P.)— John A. Cook, convicted recently of kidnaping and criminally assaulting a 65-year-old housewife, Mrs. Sarah Kelson, was condemned to life imprisonment in Folsom today. Cook admitted two prior conviction* on felony charges. 20 KILLED BY BLAST ZAGREB, Yugoslavia, Sept. 1. (A. P.)—Reports from Slbbenlk today said at least liO persona were killed and many injured in a navy munitions depot explosion on tho ialand of Brae. SEEK LOST MAX BV PLANE POMONA, Sept. 1. (A. P.)—Search by ground parties and airplanes con* ttnued In tho mountains north of Pomona for Charles O. Kennedy, miss* ing from hid home here. He was. employed by the Southern California Kdlsou Company. TWO ARABS KILLED •JKUU8AL13M, Sept, 1, (A- P.)— Britten uoopt* and a police patrol yesterday killed txvo members of an Arab Uand. and wounded four others, the government announced today. t i 4 L J . .1 > .' • . 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