The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 4, 1936 · Page 7
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pt^fr^r^^ * * .' iTHlB BAKBRSPIELD CALWORNtAN, PUIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, MM jBlame Spanish War for Move of Mexican Matadors-in Organization Lines (Aeioctatet Prut Ltated Wire) MEXICO CITS', Sept 4.—The Spanish Civil War was held respon- mblo today by some observers for a projected strike ot Mexican bullfighters. The conflict In Spain, they declared, has sent Mexican performers home, flooded local arenas and created an oversupply of talent. In addition, these observers declared Mexican fighters have learned from their Spanish colleagues the value of organization which has resulted In formation of a syndicate •which threatens to strike. Efforts to arbitrate the demands of the novllleros (apprentices) and matadocs (first flight fighters) have failed so far. Unless a compromise is effected, the red and black strike flag will be nailed to the wooden Kates of the "toreo" bull ring, calling off tho fight scheduled for Sunday. The syndicate, on behalf of the fighters, demanded 800 pesos ($83) minimum payments for novllleros, 800 pesos monthly for Injured fighters, 50 pesos for each performance for the syndicate's reserve fund, and collective labor contracts. Tho fighters themselves declined to comment on the possibility of the strike. The syndicate, for Us part, said the three apprentices booked to fight Sunday would follow the organization's Instructions. They are Bllverlo Perez, Paco Oorraez and Juan Estrada. Don Manuel Fernandez, who Is . promoting the fights, asserted "we will have the corrida "Sunday" after declaring the union was composed largely of "beginners and second ratft-s who can't get contracts any other way." « « » „ FIRST DEOKKE MURDER GHEKNSBURG, Pa., Sept. 4. (U. X».)—Mrs. Jeaele Hankey, 26-year-old maid who fed lye to the 14-day old baby of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wag. ner of New Kensington, was found BUilty ot first degree murder today. The Jury recommended life Imprisonment. "GHOST TOWN" ONCE RICH GARRISON, Utah, Sept. 4. (U. P.) Tho remains of tho "ghost town" of Frisco, Utah, which in 1876 had a population of 6000 and produced $100,000,000 In silver, now stands vacant. *-•-» WAR BUDDIES MEET PORT CLINTON, Ohio, Sept, 4. fU. P.^Fred Nelson, attending the American Legion convention at Tiffin, Ohio, met Elmer Rench, of Gallon, Ohio, a buddy, whom he had not seen since" the day before the armistice was signed. EMMETT HAYES, Distributer 1920 "Eyi" Strut Phoni 1921 FREE DELIVERY Drink the best! Dr. Van Meter Gives Special Attention to Artificial Teeth All plates made In our own laboratory. NEW PURSES New fall styles in pouch and underarm bags. New shapes. Suede, patent, calf leather and alligator. All colors. Special Children'* Lunch Kits With Bottle Enameled box in round or square shape, with half- pint vacuum bottle. Green and black. Complete CHILDREN'S SCHOOL SHOES New fall styles in oxfords and one-strap Mary Jane style. Leather soles. Tan, black, patent and two-tone colors. Sizes 6 to 2. PAIR MAIN FLOOR Girl*', School DRESSES Clever new styl«» In fast color print dresses for school. Fancy trimmed. Sizes 6 to 14. Soeclal . . « « 50* Girls' Rayon Undies All perfect. Heavy rayon bloomers, panties, short- ies and vests, peach and pink, Slses 4 to 14. Choice . . . . • 15 Fine rayon taffeta slips with strap or bulltup shoulder. Lace trimmed. All colors. Sizes 6 to 16. Girls' Taffeta Slips BUY YOUR SCHOOL NEEDS NOW AND SAVE Special 50* For months we have planned to bring you these Wonderful Values in Fall and School needs that positively cannot be duplicated later in the season. Share in these extraordinary bargains in our Back to School Sale. Frontier Days OUTFITS $1.59 $1.49 $1.00 79c $1.00 69c 19c Men's Cowboy Hats , , . , Boys' Cowboy Hat Men's Cowboy Pants , , . Boys' Cowboy Pants . . . Men's Colored Shirts . . . Boys' Cheek Shirts . * , Cowboy Handkerchiefs NEW FALL DRESSES Street, Sports, Formals Beautiful new tall styles In 1-plece, tunics, Jackets and long formals. Copies of expensive styles in silks, crepes and novelty material. New solid colors, dota and prints. Sizes 4 to 62. SPECIAL ......... FALL COATS Fur Trimmed—Tailored Styles JUch looking Seallne and Beaverette fur trimmed and popular all-wool wraparound coats in belted styles. Newest and litest fall fabrics. New colors. All sizes. SPECIAL • • Ladle*' . Mohair Sweaters Popular new fall mohair sweaters with sport back and button front. Fall colors. All sizes. Special . . . . . Ladies' Skirts New fall aldrta In f Ine Quality flannel material. Pleated and button trimmed. All colors and elzoa. * Special . . . • • • LADIES' SATIN BLOUSES Popular heavy satin blouses in new fall colors. Large wide sleeve effects. Slipover and coat style. All sizes. SPECIAL NEW HATS FOR FALL —TURBANS —BERETS —HIGH HATS —BRIMS • Velvets •Felts • Taffetas Scores of charming I new Fall styles in Fells, Velvets and Taffetas. Fall colors in« browns, greens, grays, copper-tone, navy and black. Others $1.49 to $2.95 Boy*' Hi-Top SHOES All leather hl-top shoes In black, tan and patent. , . . New styled. Sizes 6 to 2. Pair Qllis' SKIRTS New wool mix skirts In plaid and solid fall colors. . .. All sixes. Special . . . Ladles' Gowns Fine Porto Rlean muslin gowns with hand embroidered. ... All colors and sizes. Special ..... 29 Boys' Sox Anklettes Rayon mixed little gonta' BOX nnd rayon and cotton auklottes, Solid and fancy patterns. Sizes to 10. Choice ..'..... 10* LADIES' SLIPS Pure dyn nllk and heavy pann« nattn Blips In tailored and laco trimmed ntyles. Homo embroidered trimmed. New fitted styles. All colors. SUoti 34 to 44. Special Boys' School Shirts 50t Pino broadcloth and chnmbray shirts for school. Full cut and well-tailored in Bolld and now fall color*. Sizes 5 to 14. Special Boys' School Cords Full cut well tailored oord pant* for »i!hool wear. Wide \valnt band and nuff bottom. All color*. Slses 4 to 10. Special . . . BOYS' SCHOOL NEEDS AT 25c Dress capa, beanies, suspenders, boys' belts, shorts. Boys' Gym Shorts 50c Sweat Shirts, 59c MEN'S SHIRTS Broadcloth, Madras, Rayon Stripe Solid Colors—Fancy Patterns, White—All Size* Duke of Kent Button-Down Collar* Some or the bent shirts tho National has ever offered at this prlcn. lUoh, deep tones In wlno. brown, navy and chooolalo— fancy paUonm nnd while. Full out—finely tailored. All nlzna at. our uneclnl low priori of It.00! MEN'S SHORTS AND SHIRTS Fancy broadcloth »hort* and white cotton shirts. Full CUt. All SitOS. Special .... MEN'S PANTS Cotton and whipcord pants for work and dross. Well-tailored. Sites 29 to 42. Special . Men's Zipper SWEATERS Klne part wool nweatern with part Upper. Foil oolor«. All glues. Special . . . Men's FELT HATS tiuarnntccfj waterproof felt hHta In now fall styles ind colors. All Special . . BOYS' VESTS I'ln* cotton under- thlrta in athlollo stylo. Sites 86 to 3 for . . . Boys' Bib Overalls blue denim overalls rolnforcad At all point* of wear. 8lse» to I*. Special . . . 50* BOYS' PANTS Finn quality dregs pants In tweeds and wool mix material. Full cut. Sixes to 16. Special US? BOYS' JEANS Heavy blue denim Jeann with wide bottom, B*ull cut. Size* 6 to 18. Special . . . 50? Full-Fashioned SILK HOSE 81ioi»r chiffon, sorvlce weight, 12 new foil nhndeti. Senaatlonal valuoH In pure silk full fashioned hose. lieautlful clear weave with crndla foot and picot top. Stxc>« 8% to 10. Special Pair . . . 50* 1000 Pieces Ladles' RAYON UNDIES IS now »trlei»—pnjillM. bloomers, •hortlen, iteplna and ve»u. plain and fancy rayon quality. 8<flId and novelty color* and flower pattern. All Dorfeot. HeruUr and extra silt*. Choice SEW FOR SCHOOL Special at lOc Yd. 36-Inch Cretonne 36-Inch Fast Color Prints 36-Inch Broadcloth Curtain Nets Special at 15c Yd. 36-Inch 80-Square Prints 36-Inch Pique Solid Color Prints Special at 19c Yd. Cotton Suiting Printed Flannel 39-Inch Gingham 3-lb. Cotton BATTS Size 72x90 59c Ewb RAYON PRINTS New Fall Patterns for School Dresses Yard 29c Rayon Taffeta Fine quality for Slips. Fall colors. Yard Pebble Crepes Fall colors. For tunica and dresses. Yard . . . . . OUTING FLANNEL Light and dark colors and white, for gowns, pajamas, etc. Also genuine Hope muslin, YARD .. 10* Shoe Repair Department BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIALS Children's Half Soles A New Pair of Laces Free 39 Rubber Heels . 29 Ladies' Leather or Composition Heels 14c Shoes Dyed Black 49c SHOP ON MEZZANINE ALL WORK GUARANTIED FALL STYLES IN Sale-School Shoes-Sale Properly Fitted Shoes That Wear WOMEN'S, GIRLS' AND CHILDREN'S Black or Brown School Oxford*, Calf or Suede Leather and Composition Soles. Many styles to Choose From. Don't Mias This 1 ALL SIZES ALL NEW FALL STYLES ON DISPLAY Every Pair Guaranteed All Widths Boys' and Young Men's School Shoes Durable All-Leather School and Dress Oxfords. All Sizes and Every Pair Guaranteed. Men's and Boys* Work Shoes Values to 52.95 for ths Entlr* Family ex&.-tiMk.jJi RRIVING DAILY-DOWNSTAIRS

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