The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 9, 1936 · Page 2
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m e < ; 1- j THE IIAKERSFIKLD CALIFORNIA?*, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9». 1936 IT'S SCHOOL WEEK af Harry Co/tee's New Boys' Shop ! MANY fire llif romplimrnls we hnvo received on our new Boys' Shop. Mothers lire delighted with the wide selcelions of sturdy (|iialily, well styled apparel. 'They like the close pricing, loo... as well as the bright new sniToimdinjis-. HoVs are delighted to have « shop they can call their own ... entirely separated from the rest of the store, dome in and pay us n visit...mid see the special values Tor school week. Tims' Official Cords School Shirt Special Tun. nv» \nu run Irral llirtr rough flinl llir\'ll likr u, Tlnl'i wliv lip putt lin iillirinl (I. K on limn. >5 (iilm fill imlt'-im mid wliilr. Thr pilllrrn tliirl* luivr I In- linlton ilium rullnt*. \\inlli lull nmir lltin lliU prif- Gridder Jr. Wool Trousers p ete Campus Jacket* r'opnl,,«,lli Pir r.«lri,.PIralf.l OO^ M«dr »ith rippr, donl. nix)*,, f\ t f imulrU „, ...Mir.nrh p.llrinr.l }*& ,lrr>c, i,, ,d J, inrl.on . T.S. L v -U «> uoolrn*. t.ood looking and vrry *"• aj •liirdy. Tims' Official Sweaters (.nMark Slip-On \<ilh finrv hark -| Q «• mlo rim lirt., /.ippiM jnckrl \> uli I *tt Mohan linitli \>illi Imn-y dark A , One of the smart new Knits. 4.95 Sweater 1.95 Shirt . . 2.95 3'pc. College ffosemble 22.50 to School! M«ili» uilli rippri (mill. ni|tlgii ilrmcitiilulnin inrlion (I'.S. imy HIM it), (.oloii... mnrnoii, lilnr. brown, n»vv. >v nri'k Slip.l In Tims' Official Shoes (,i.un Iriillirr or ctll «kin in Idmk ot IniiH-n. 1'ioprrly >l)lrd >u lliry IMIII'I pini li \oiir inri. Double Prong Belts You'll u.llil din- ol llinc Id \ii*ur \\ilh unit ciiiil«. Mndr.of |i|.n-k or lirown Iralltn. Twin Sweater Sets.., I u.iI nl pinr Minnlrd niiol \Mlli lmic\ Im. k mul ulrrtrlr-i* pull- OM-I \<uh rrrvi link in iimlluM- ing Kliipingi.. N cry now. "Dog House" School Sox Conference Jr. Suits 95 PrgiiUi i.1c «n<l .'l.'ic rililird hip lUx KOi-kn in Iniglit Mriiiingt anil pnltpnu, A tcluiul upccinl. Dinililr liriMtlrd models in gn'N«. lini»iiN und Mum, nil iimdo vvilli •pnii ImrkvYou'll "ini- look your Ix'nl in u I'onloirnrr Jr. Go smartly, correctly and (if you wish) inexpensively clad... Select your school wardrobe at Harry Coffee's and it's easy. For here are the very things* that are being worn at the smartest American schools... the same styles, the same colors and the exact materials. You'll be delighted with the wide range of new colors, this season and the styles are extremely wearable...expressing perfectly the campus keynote of sturdiness and simplicity. So hurry right down to Harry Coffee's lovely new Women's Shop and get off to a good start / KNIT DRESSES. . . A^andup TAILORED SUITS 1195 . J.JL. and up COATS up . SKIRTS . ..... JL and up 195 SWEATERS . . . . . PcLup WOOL DRESSES FELT HATS . . . ." and up )5 and up Free Helmets to Hoys who ri.ii/ the Netv Boys' Shop accompanied by an adult. HARRY COFFEE FRESNO B A K li U S I I £ L 0 2 95 TOO BAGS. . . . . . . . J.. and up 119 SLIPS Land up HOSIERY 50 and up HARRY COFFEE FRESNO BAKERSFIELD Former Champ Aids Cuusc in Maine Campaign With Governor L. ,1. Brann (Annotated Prem Seated Wlro) BlDt)13EOKD, M.. Sept; 9.—-Jack DeinpBoy, former hcnvywolght fiiillc champion, joined tho list, of npeaU- ers in the Maine Democratic campaign today. Accompanied by Oovcrnot Louis >T, Brann i tho party's nominee for U, S. senator, and Democratic leaders, Dempsoy Rwung Into a two-day Itinerary from Kittcry to Bangor, culling for uppeurancps in 17 different Maine communities. In previous campaigns Brann has had tho assistance of another world's boxing champion, "Gene" Tunney, Dompscy's conquerer, and a member of Brann'a official staff. Before starting on tho stumping tour, Dempsey snld at Portland he came to Maine to "fight for a friend." "I've never mado a speech e.nd I don't know a thing about politics," ho sold. "I'm down hero to do what T can to fight for a friend. I only wish I could use my hands instead of my tongue." Declaring he had fished and hunted with Brann "and I know him through and through," Dompsey added "there's no way In tho world you get to know a man like fishing and hunting with him for a week ut a time." Ho described Brann as "tho champion of governors to mo." New Complications Arise in Dock War Policeman Seeks Release on Ball (Associated I'rKSK Leased WlreJ SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 9.—The Unllod States Circuit. Court of Appeals had under advisement today the application of Bradford J. St. Charles, former T..OB Angeles police man, for release from jail there on bull. St. Charles was convicted on bank robbery In L.OS Angeles. He has been In .lall there 15 months, but until today had not sought release on ball. The former policeman was represented by K. 10. Parsons, who engaged in frequent argument with .Jack Irwln, an assistant United States attorney In Los Angeles office. Irwln declared tho application had been accompanied by an affidavit, by a Los Angelos police sergeant. The attorney said tho affidavit was withdrawn after tho United States attorney's office sought an explanation from police of the action of the sergeant. St. Charles Is a member of a prominent Arizona family. New Bank System Set Up in Mexico (Associated frets Leaned Wire) MEXICO CITY, Sept. fl.—A bank- Ing- setup closely paralleling tho United States' Federal Reserve. Sys| tem haw emerged from the latent i .shaking up President Luzaro Car- I denas gave Mexico's monetary • system. | While tho spending public was chiefly Interested In the President's putting back into circulation the big, 12-gram silver pesos withdrawn In 1835, bankers found more Important tho Increased powers he gave tho Bank of Mexico. , Secretary of the Treasury Eduardo Suarez gavo this explanation of the Bank of Mexico's new status: "It will bo an Institution on a plane of absolute autonomy, which will allow it to exercise with ease Us functions as a central bank, consisting of tho regulation of the emission and circulation of money, foreign exchange and the money market, and of support for associated banks." (United t'rcii Leased SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 8,-*ThC Dollar Lino's President Hoover etui remained tied to Us dock today while tho breach between tho Sailors' Union and Pacific coast ship- owners continued to widen. Sailing of (he luxury liner, Belted- tiled for midnight, alter a compromise settlement was reached ; lost night, was postponed indefinitely a few hours later, with each side rtc-^ cuslnjf tho other of breaking tho agreement. . . Harry Lundcberg, sailors' secretary, charged Dollar officials had' first promised Charles Brenner, shift delegate, could seek employment on any of the line's ships except tho President Hoover "without discrimination," and then had barred him from all Dollar boats. Thomas a. Plant, chairman of tho coast> committee for tho shipowners, said no such promise had been inn do In the compromise effected through the efforts of Edward H. Fitzgerald, federal conciliator. • Meanwhile, shipowners issued an ultimatum to all maritime unions threatening to hire a nonunion crew for the ^'resident Hoover unless the union furnished a crew. No time, limit was set before tho threatened acUon was to go into effect. — : - •»• * ' ; State's Largest . Printing Job On ( United Prcs* Lcatcd Wire) SACRAMENTO, Sept. 9. — Full- time shifts running at top speed aro engaged In turning out tho state printing plant's largest single job— 3,250,000 voters' pamphlets— according to Slate Printer George Moore. The pamphlets aro to be distributed to California's electors before the November general election. They Include the texts of propositions which will appear on the ballot and tho official arguments for and against them. Twelve carloads of paper wore required for the job. All of tho stale's election publication are being produced at tho state printing plant this year, for tho first time in history, Moore said. Previously, some of the work has been let to private firms. « * » » Howard Will Head U. S. Pilots Grouji (Associated Press Leased Wire) J.OS ANGELES. Sept. 9.— Benny Howard, Chicago airman who was injured in a crackup last woek in tho cross country Bendix race, was not forgotten by his flying mates after the close of the national air races hero. Howard, believed recovering from broken legs in a Now Mexico Indian reservation, received this word today: "You have been elected chairman of tho Professional Racing Pilots' Chapter of tho National Aeronautical Association." Howard succeeds T. H. "Doc" Kin- cald of Pittsburgh, who stepped out of the active chairmanship because of business reasons and was named honorary chairman. -NOW V BAT Cucumbers Upiel Stomach Goes la Jiffy With Bcll-ans New Federal Board to. Be Picked Soon Press Leased Wire) WASHINGTON. Sept. 9. — President Roosevelt Bald today ho would have the new federal maritime commission appointed and at work inside a woek. Tho commission, authorized In tho lust Congress, will administer tho new ship subsidy act, which provides for direct federal Bid to private shipping Interests in contrast to tho present syttem ot ocean mall contracts. Askod about a report that Marvin H. Mclntyro. presidential secretary, would bo named to the commission, the President smiled and replied that Mcjnlyre had proved that he did not know tho bow from the stern of a ship, but that ho did know the location of tho rail. 4 « » Hoover Will Speak in Eastrn October Press Leased Wire) NR\V YOTIK. Sept. 9.—Former President Herbert Hoover, arriving in Nrw York today for n business conference, said ho would make his first campaign address In the east .about October 9 or 10. Vie lidded ho would not participate in the Maine campaign. lie was accompanied by Mrs. Hoover. Tho former president, deeply tanned from his fliihlng trips on the west coast, declined to enter any extended discussion of politics. He did say, however, "the chances are very favorable for Mr. Tendon's election." Hollywood Girl Is . Wihnerjn Contest (Astortatfd PIT** L'eastd \\'iref ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.. Sept, 9.-- Nlnt'teon-year-old Phyllis Dobtfon of Hollywood, "Mlxs .California," today hold I ho designation of Vmosl talented" of 13 lifttullo« tcBted by judges In tho national beauty pageant. Sh'o won the dtotlncftou by a narrow margin over "Miss Chester." '"Miss Now Ilainiwhire." and WcBlcrn N'uw York." BELL-ANS FOR INDIGESTION Johnson's Firestone Auto Supply and Servici Stores, Inc. Chester at Twenty-fourth Street Phone 4060 The Morning AfferTaking Carter); Little Liver Pills Stop BUN ION Pain! Thae toothim, hwVina p»dt glv« you Jo- lUnt relief from p«lnfujbunlon»i itop (hoc prcuure, cuthlaa end (bield the lore ipot. SoUl «t «U druc, ihoe »nd dept. itorei. DrSdolls lino-pads JCKIN SUFFERERC **' **• ATTfNTIQN <K ' . ** Uie Re»inol Ointment to relieve the maddening itch of eczema, piori»«U f potion Ivr. tnd Irriittloo t^out rtnum Of •MC^ personal puti. Htlpi hetliei. M Resmol

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