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Bakersfield, California
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Tuesday, September 22, 1936
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\- , ' •. -."V V&H «W "*- "'' * - •"^7- •'f i F*V4a ££^ /-• >* '' -' -'- ' '"""' ":n-{,r\y:ji-*'~t* * .• •;.• - r "-,"'.--'-•.*: >: .--^ y s ' * J , ..' • ' ,* h ,..:-:• ,7T , ~~ -^5i?b<*'i*i?W- I 'T" T v t' J'y'V^* 1 '• n ! - •*'" '." V« • -X^^^^^^^T^T^^^'T^^^^^^^*T™^^*^^^*'*" > W''F'P'P'll|IPNP*P t-,^ < THE ELD CA IAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBEfc 22, 16 For Sale—Miscellaneous For Sale—Furniture s and Other Pets :r*. & FOR SAL13—PoiiHvheol trailer. WJllrhaul two bales seed cotton. .$76.00. BRANDT INVESTMENT CO, 181B H Street Phone 1298 D42-tt L I USED CLOTHING THE ECONOMY 1912 L STREET BARGAINS IN MEN'S SLIGHTLY USED CLOTHING, SUITS, SHOES, ETC. 54 $2,35 $27.00 $67.00 $27.50 $03,00 $5.95 F $29.75 $16.95 FRUIT JARS—Quar.lB, 24o; pints, We also buy rags, bottles, junk of all kinds. Phone 17.86 for pick-up wagon. 132 East Twenty-first street. 0-9-tf actory samples. Fur coats, jackets, foxes, collars. Huge stock* Furs remodelpd. "The House of 1000 Fur Bargains." Dow's Wholesale Furs. 133 Kearney. San Fran- 8-l»-tf Radios, PIANO • for sale, Hmall bungalow, •brown- mahogany case. Looks like new, • Good tone and action. Terms to responsible party. Inquire Oal- bralth Van and Storage Co., 27t2 Chester nvonuo. 49 For Sale—Furniture SPECIALS NEW Largo Tap. Cov. Foot Stools $1.60 Velvet Rugs, 27x5-1 Inches Axmln. Seamless Rugs, 8x12 Llvingroom Set, 2*pe., tap* Studio Couch with Arms, Back 3-pc. Hardw. Bedroom Set Double Deck Coll Springs USED " 3-pc. Man. Bedroom. Set Tup. Llvtngroom Sot. 2-pc. Heavy Oak Chairs, Lea- Scat $2.10 Oak Dining tables $2.2B to $4.95 100 Used Steel Cots HAMM SELLS FOR LESS 1100 18th Str,eot Cor. 18th and N Phono 841 ; 52 ANTIQUE bod, solid walnut, good design, over 100 vtiira old, In perfect condition. A hargHln buy. Pope! Furniture Exdiang-o. Phono 1341. 47 Fruits and Vegetables FOR SAL13—Concord grapes, 5c p*r pound. Bring container. Call morn- 201C l^orrest. Phone 2mU-W. peaches. Merrill ravo. No Sunday 46 KOH SALE—BeauUftil Collie nnd Shepherd puppies. Great pet* for children. 808 Mmieta avenue, Riverview. Phone 4474*J, 40 •urn • i • i » Wanted to Buy-Mlscellaneous small kitchen tables with wooden top. about 22 by 36, and drawer. Will pay $2.&0 for good ones. BKST prices paid for bottles, rngs, Iron Khd other junk. Phone 4178 for pickup wagon, Prompt service. 480 East Nineteenth^ 7*9-38-tf •Bi T*I|II.-»^M^ ._ i_ _ j. ^j_ _ u___ __„___ __ ^ ^^ ^— ^— ^— -^-^^••^•^^ WANTED— Old burlap and rags. Buy- 'ng bottles and other Junk, Call 2170 for pick-up wagon. 717 Buin- nor strofit. 6-15-tf Legal Notices ^^^_^fc_B^^^L_^^_^»_^^ fc .^B^_^^_^fc_J|^— ^_™^^^^ - ^fc» ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^r^^r^^^^^^^^^^^^^^t ORIGINAL SUMMONS No. 30006 FREESTONES ranch, Rio sales, AT THESE PRICES ON HJGH- ORADK USI3D FURNITURE: 3-pc. en. bedroom feet, perfect $17.96 3-pc. Holld mahog. bedroom «ot, '$1D.75 24.75 10.75 0-pc. Bolid mahogany dining set walnut dining room set $19.75 $19.75 2-pu. velour living room set 2-pc. mohair living room wet 8-po. Monterey dining set, perfect condition, cost now $109.50 $54.50 5-po, twin bedroom «et, burled walnut, cost new $Jtl9.GO . $49.CO 8-pc. Walnut dining room set, very largo size, table has 4 loaveH ; CoHt new $2fi9 $79.50 Snverul fine living room sets In perfect condtMon, cost up to $150, special at $89.60 POPED FURNITURE -EXCHANGE Ardlzzi-Olcesft T3ldg. 623 Sumnor St. Jt'i'Bt west of Baker. Phono 1341. 52 FOR. SADI3 — Three-piece mohair overstuffed set for sale, cheap. Phone •' 2740- W. _ _ 46 BUY. on the highway and save the difference. Flat-top desk, $4.95; two-pioco living room suite, new, $19.50; rockers of every description, $! Hnd up. High-low oven gas ranges, $3.75 up. Bargains too numerous to mention. Rlverviow Furnltur.e Store, 209 North Chester avenue, "a '* blocks north of bridge. 46 Poultry and Livestock FH1S8H Jersey cow for avenue, Hivorview, sale. 320 Belle FOU SAbTC— One Ournsey bull 3 years old, In good v condition. Phono UoiHe 2. Box 61. 45 AUCTION Community sale Thursday, September 24, 10 a. in., 5 miles south of Bakersfield on Union avenue. Poultry, some choice hogs. pl(?«. cow, hcavv springer; other livestock. Purebred Percheron Rtalllon. Bring what you huvo to sell. "\V, 12. Os- borno, auctioneer. Phono 13-F-2. ._ _ 46 FOR S A US— 16 tons baled barley hay. One good riding horse. One Morgan filly bred to 5-palted horse, Three good Holntein cows. One extra gooc) roRlstered OuornBey bull. Two registered eastern bred Collins, male and female. Cheap. Will trade for saddle, young caillo or hog**. l>ee Pollard, 1 mile north Somltroplc School. 46 In the Superior Court of the Siato of California, in and for the County of Kern, Action brought In tho Superior Court of the County of Kern, and Complaint filed In the office of the* Clerk of tho Superior Court of said County. H, A. SPINDT and .TOSKPHTNR A, SP1NDT. his wife, Plaintiff*, VH. LON W. WATT, AdmlnlHtrator of tho Estate of David Hanley, deceased, and AVALTKR LEO KENNELLEY. Defendants. THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA SEND GHHETINOS TO LON AV. WYATT, AdmlniHtrator of the Estate of David Hanloy, deceased, and WALTER LEO KENNELLEY, Defendants. You are directed to appear In an action brought against you by the above named plaintiffs In tho Superior Court of the State of California, In and for the County of Korn, and to answer the complaint therein within ten day« after the nervier on you of ibis SummonH, If Herved within the County of Kern or within thirty days If sefvfid olsewhoro, and you are notified that unless you appear nnd answer as ahovo required, the Plaint IffH will take Judgment for any money or damages demanded in the Complaint, an arising upon contract, or will apply to tho Court for any other relief demanded In the Complaint. Given under my band and ninal of the Superior Court of the County of Kern, State of California, August loth, me. (Real) . F, E. SMITH, County Clerk, Clerk of Superior Court. By J. T. STANTON, Deputy. HARVEY, JOHNSTON & BAKEK, FOU SALE—300 white pullets, will lay ,159 Hnborfelde Building. Bakerafleld. Canadian Policy of Removing Undue Restrictions Found r Beneficial to trade (United OTTAWA, Sept 52.—Tho Canadian government policy of liberating the channels of trade by removal of undue restrictions and the negotiating of trado agreements, seems to be one of promising accomplishment. A part from tho stepfl taken t o re'vine- trado pacts concluded at tho Imperial Conference hero in 1932, a now agreement baa boon negotiated with Germany; another with Poland was brought Into force recently; new arrangements with tho Netherlands am under way, and there is a strong possibility that trade with Russia will bo resumed. New trado agreements havo also boon opened with Australia. Agreement with tho United States which went Into operation last January 1, functions successfully. During recent months the balance of trade has been in Canada's favor. Tho Dominion IH consolidating or expanding Its trade relation. In tho first seven months of the fiscal year exports have risen by 22.S per cent and imports by 33.9 per cent. Trado revival Is reflected through tho departure from tho Intense nationalism of recent years. Negro Favored to Defeat Al Ettore (Continued From Page Thirteen) mm£M&f£® • ;•'. - ' --. r I X-! !^#*>;-'>H ---., r- • FINANCIAL LETTER KOR SAL13—One bay Paddle years old j reasonable. C633-W. mare, 5 Phone soon. Half mile north, 8 miles went of Shatter. Phono 43-Y-2, Shafler, Davo Biiller. 4G California, Attorneyn for Plaintiffs. AUK. 18-25; Sept. 1-8-15-22-20; Oct. 6-18-20-27 J. A. HOQLE A COMPANY Members New York Stock Exchange Txvteo previously the stock market has reached a point between 180 nnd l^o \vhlch proved to tops. For two days now tho murk el hft« once again boon In thin range, ttbth days thft vohuno has l>con inoro than 1,500.000 nharos. Naturally with such a resistance level the market must absorb considerable stork. This U SPMHH to bo doing In a quiet and orderly man- nor. Thft mnrkot shows no groat Hhtnlng rharftct*»rl«tln« of the forming of a top but nAftmi* to go about ttH own business. This leaves tile thought that It will KO through tho 170 level after which the way will be clear once ngatn. SnleH of retail storow for September will bo better than 1935 by n larger margin than for AuguHt. Smcu the nuinmor months wore at tuiusu- ally ffood levels then the fall anpcnrn with even moro splendid prospect H. Dollar volume 1ft somewhat dlmtp- polntluK in the drought area nnd lends to revised fipurns nn to farm income by tho U. S, department of ogrtc.ut- turc. However, given any break farm income an n whole should roughly approximate that of hist year when soil conservation payments arc considered. A fnw oil companies report earning* by the month Hnd a few that luivo been mndo public Indicate good earnings for the third quarter of tho year. Good gasoline prices during tho third quarter should bring good earnings for oil stock* and several Issues have shown good action on tho tape, Otharg which have not as yet had n move should bo considered as pur- chaw poNslbllltleg. September corn lost ground whllo the moro dtntsni options held their ground but tho limelight full on Po- oomher wheat which wont Into new high ground for the year nnd miiy be tho forerunner of a big move toward higher levels for this commodity, RALLY ENABLES 10 GAIN Many Subshwial Increns Scored in Day's Meeting nt San Francisco FINANCIAL - f *. "• ' - . -, - . ~ r .iMorfofnf Prp.i,i tcomcd HAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 22. Traders startod a rally on tho stock exchange in (ho Into forenoon today and hefora midday had a substantial list of gains vhulkod up. Gladding Mcttcan hoadod the list of now U»I>H, reaching IS«4, up 1. Thcwo at new highs on fractional gains wore Ix» Tonrneau, Marchant. Southern Pacific, PhllUpB HightR and and Angtn Bank. Qnlns of iiround 1 to 2 were scored by isoneral Motors, Caterpillar, 131 Uorndo Oil, Universal Oil and Tidewater. JJi (ilorgto 6« lost Hi and Union Sugar preferred (United Fret* Rented Wire) SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 22.—The Pacific Gas and Hlectrlc Company announced today H had filed wUli the Securities Exchange Commission a registration statement covering a proposed offering of $35,fiOO,000 fterlefl I aH per cent first and refunding mortgage bonds. The tran«ft«tton, when consummated, win bring the total of the company'* refunding flnancthg since March, 1933. in $250,000,000. Public offering of the bonds will not „. , ... .. . , , t , . be mndA eartior than October 13. specialties the stock market pushed I • I '-••*• Specialties Lead; Some New Highs; Gains Up to Two or More Points (Attociatcd Prett Leased Wire) NEW YOUK. Sept. Proceeds will provide tho tmtk of the funds for redemption of $35.7*0,00 B^n- ornl and refunding mortgnga » per cent bond» rcdeemahle. Jnnuary I next 100 and* accrued Interest. NEW YORK CLOSE (United rrc*» ttraitud Wirt) NRW YOUK, Sept. 22,—New York stockH closed; Railroads SAN FRANCISCO STOCKS KAN KRAXC1SCO, Sept, Wire) as Crown Xoll. Recovery Steady for Year Banker Reports at Meeting (United Press Leaned CAN FRANCISCO, Sept 22.*"* American Bankers Association opened its first general session here today with Robert V. Fleming, president, reporting 1 that steady progress had been made in industrial recovery during tho past 12 months. H Is optimistic report was tempered, however, with ttio remark that "Therei still remains a 'serious unemployment situation to bo met, which, to my mind, Is tho key to many of our problems." "It Is encouraging to note tho steady progress which IH being made In industrial recovery, as general business conditions have continued | u favorable upward trend," ho said, ""steel production Is on the Increase: construction contracts awardud reached the highest monthly total during .July Hlnco 1931; electric power output has advanced lo a new high record;. car-loadings have increased contra-seasonally to tho highest levels slnco October 1931, and factory employment and pay rolls are also up. According to these and other measuring sticks business is rapidly reviving, and, of course, we nil know that ample bank and investment funds are available for business expansion." Fleming added that though the outlook was encouraging, "the question comes to mind OH to whether this business revival can be sustained and the trend upward continue without some adjustments in certain vital factors of our economic situation. Fleming did not criticize emergency expenditures by the adtnlnls* tratlon, however, but held "I think every fair-minded man recognizes that In times of national emergencies . . . the federal government of necessity, by virtue of its duty to tho people of the nation, must undertake stops Involving unusual expenditures of funds . . . Our people cannot bo allowed to starve or suffer for want of shelter . . . but making allowances tor these factors, If we are to continue the present business recovery, we must tako steps by which the budgets of,the federal, state and municipal governments will bo brought under control." Sfrike Mediators Open Conference •4^F"^4^l^>^44^h^^P^¥^B^**^ * (Continued From rage One) "I cannot speak for either side.. My work was to get thorn together and talk over tho situation. "I have no suggestion to make at present. If they fall to tigroc, I may have something to say later." Tho delegates declined to discuss the situation, but Intimated they would issue a statement at the conclusion of their deliberations. They had no idea how long the conference would last. _*__ r President Roosevelt Names Group to Study Aid for Vocational Education ^Continued From Page One) I of federal aid for vocational education, tho relation of such training to general education and to prevailing economic and social conditions, and tho extent of the need for 'an expanded program. "I tako pleasure In Inviting you to accept membership on u committee to make such wtudlos and to develop recommendations which will bo available lo tho Congress and to tho executive. Tho services of tho several federal departments will bo available io this committee. Travel- Ing expenses Incurred by member* in attending committee meeting** will be met by the government." lie added ho hoped oarh person named would find it possible to "u«- 8l«t In the development of a Found basiH for a program of vocational education which will be of maximum benefit to those affected.'* i Others on Committed Others named on tho committee wero: John P. Vrey, secretary-treasurer, ;Afetal Trades 'Department, American Federation of Labor; Thomas Kennedy, lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania nnd secretary-treasurer, United Mine AVork- rtrs of America; Elisabeth Christman, secretary-treasurer, National Women's Trade Union League of America. Henry C. Taylor, Director; farm foundation. Chicago; Dr. Edmund Brunner, Teachers College, Colum* Ma University. New York; Alice Kd- wards, executive secretary. American Home Kconomlcs Association; iioland Allen, personnel manager, «*Ayers Department Store, IrMiana- polls; T. J, Thomas, president, Bur- Hngton Mines. Chicago. John H, SSink, president, American-Society of Heating and Ventilating Engineers, Baltimore; Uov. George Johnson, director, Depart- mpnt of Education, National Catho- IwT Welfare Conference. Washington ; 0, C.; Pr. A. B. Moehlman, proof education, University of Henry Kteborg. vocational authority. New York. ,p*tcar Chapmyii, aHHinUuH «<?cre- of jtno interior; Kutlmrliio I chief of child rcn'H burcnu, economic adviser, agriculture department; Ernest Draper, assistant secretary of commerce, and Gordon H. Clapp, personnel director, TVA. Tenant Farmers Appointment of this committee camo soon after the President madn public a letter to Henator BanUhead, Democrat. Alabama, and Chairman Jones. Democrat, Texas, of the House agriculture committee asking them to co-oporato "In preparing plans for meeting tho (farm) tenancy problem that might bo undertaken by the.federal government." Tho letter coincided with a meeting on this question cnlletl by Governor .T. Marlon l^utrcll of Arkansas at Uttlt? Hock where tho farm tenancy question has been a llvo one for months. Bankheud, a member of tho Son- ate agriculture committee, sponsored a bill at tho last 8t«BHion which would havo set up a billion dollar federal corporation to finance longtime loans to tenants, sharo-crop- I>Gr«, and farm laborers to assist tin-in in purchasing their own farms and homoH. Stiff floor opposition mint the bill back lo committee where It was revised with what proponents described ua "safeguard" clauses, but the measure never camo to another vote. Wlillt 1 rciuigiiizliig the tenancy problem rould not be solved "over* night/' the President mild other count rlt'N, notably Ireland and Denmark, hud InereuHetl ownership of farm land nubstantiaily through government fhuindng of tenant*. "I think we need some nuch approach/' the President's letter said, 'H should give tenants who huvo demonstrated their ability to man- ago land an opportunity to buy farms on long time terms at moderate interest rates." TI CANDY POPULAR HONOLtULU, Sept. 22. (U. P.)— Hawaii's it pUtnl (pronounced lea* In becoming an overlncreatilnff aJ- i lurement for the typical American "sweet tixHn." Tho roots, baked underground, Uecomd a KWOOI, brown confection, that Americans are tak- ins to as keenly as to factory made candles. I PICKET LINKS AT SALINAS 1NCKEASKD SALINAS, Sept. 22 (A. P.)—Picket lines wero increased and Filipino i field hands were guarded today In the lettuce workers' strike while both aides awaited the outcome of a peace meeting at Sacramento. The nineteenth day of the Htrlko naw loaders preparing: for "a long, hard struggle" in their demands for union preference in employment. The union voted to appeal to unorganized Filipino lettuce pickers not to continue work. At least one group of the field hands labored today, guarded by a man with a rifle. Four placarded pickets stood watch ut the K. H, Spiegel packing shed, which is only 100 yards from the headquarters of tho fruit and vegetable workers' union. The Spiegel shed was- operating full blast with nonunion help and the H. p. Uarin shed, three miles west, brought workers in covered trucks from Salinas. Four other pickets watched at the entrance to tho stockade, called by strikers the "big corral" and "tho rats' nest." Ton pickets wero placed lit the Union Ice Company's string of idle sheds on tho Castrovtlta road. Vnlon officials announced that more peaceful pickets would go on duty as soon as cloth placards are stenciled. • Mackey Defeated by Benny Mosco {Continued from rage Thirteen) bis final workout. Louis has regained the stride he measured until Max Schmeling Interrupted his dreams of the heavyweight crown last June. Tho weatherman promised fair weather, and Co-Projnoter Herman Taylor said "at least" 50,000 fans ' would assemble on the site where, in a deluge 10 years ago last night, Gcno Tunney dethroned Jnck Dempsey. Tho crowd would be tho largest hero since the Dempsey-Tunnoy scrap, and Taylor's estimated gato of $200.000 tho biggest "tako 11 since the same event. Philadeiphians engaged in a wild scramble for tickets, and scalpers did a rushing business with the lalo comers. Crowd for Kttoro Tho crowd will bo with Kitorc, who pounded out a trio of decisions over tho clty'a other hope, Larruptn' Leroy Haynes, Negrb, in his (U-flght professional career. Outside tho city betting ran as high as 5 to 1 on Louis. Those who like Kttoro ba«o their hopes chiefly on two things: First, tho utter absence of f oar i from his makeup. I UH backers con-1 tend that many of Louis* opponents wore beaten before they climbed into th« ring. Unorthodox Stylo Second, his stylo of fighting—In oloso, hammering away with shorts froln either sldo, malting himself a small target while putting over punishing body punches. His style IH not orthodox. Ho swarms all over his opponent, and,! nimble on his feoL, should make it difficult for Louis to unleash his pile drivers effectively. Ettoro, with customary confidence, expects to tako the brown bomber In seven heats "or less." GOVERNMENT BONDS t Crown Crown He.11. oom. Vtc >ifd. A pfd. B l.HHt 104 104 1M Ctlorirlo Krull pfd ....... 03 k * 4 - 1 104 104 63 H • • • t Mnrchunt Cal. com .. North American Oil. Pacific LlwhilnK coin... Par. PK Svo. 1st nfd. . . PliillijiH Petroleum Hts. t * * 4 t t 87V* in 27 Atchlson 81 imiUmore & Ohio 25% Chesapeake & Ohio , CS Krto 17% Orent Northern pfd 41H Illinois Central '^\ Mtftsourl Pacific 2H New York Central 45"(j Northern Pacific Pennsylvania Southern Pacific 44% Union Pacific 139 Industrials American Can American Tel. & Tol , Tfttnrplllnr Tractor Service 2S 77's • » 85 24 S5 Hy. Kqulp. 5% pfd pfd. coin... 00 1*0 * t * * i « Oil 42»i 71 ! 3Hn. a. 108.10. NKW YOIIK, Sept. U, S. government bonds: Treasury fl'.-is, 43-45, 108.24. 4s, 44-54, 114.f>. 4(i-hfi, 112.15 40-43, .turns 43-47. IOIUO, 41. 10H..V 44-46, 10S.15. 46-41*, 107,2, 3*1,8, 40-f>i, 106.17. fts. 46-48. lOfl.B. 3s, 51-55, 105.4. 55-fiO, 5 5- CO, 45-47. 4S-51, 22.--Clo8lnff Pm'lflr 44S Standard Oil of Cullf 36-% I I " « " \> (« 1 V 1 V ' * I 1 I , 14*4 1" \J^ Tran*mmcriea ............. 13H LOS ANGELES STOCKS \ 3 H ?»»• n ** ' 2'hB, 102.27. 104.1V 102.25. Iftl.29. 3H :IH , ni-61 , 56-GU, 101.7. Federal Fnrm 47, 104. f. 40, 103.27. Mortgage /Vr«* /,rnitr«l Wirtl T,ON AN(!K1.KH. Sept. 22.— Southern Itailroiiil hit a now high on tho I, OH AntfHiis Stork KxrlmnRc today. rniU'hing 44%. Claude NVon Klwctrlc, however, f-tru«'k » m»w low of 10-\. Tho oils wore qulftl, mowt of tho HO- llvlty bolng in tlu> Intlustrtals. four teen Issues ndvanocd, six wcro and U unclmiiffu Storlt-— Corp'n ("oluinhla Oa» ... Consolidated Qaa C«rn Products ... Curtlns-WrlKht .. VMrst NHllonal Stores 47 t;"ox Kllm "A" 305V finnornl Klectrlo 4fi 1 ^ Cionerftl Foods 40H Urtltl Dust 13 (•oodyenr Tire »t HuhlxM- 24 International Harvester 76% International Tel. & Tel 12»ii JohnH-Manvlllo 120 7 ,i» Montgomery AVard 49^* North American 32 Pacific On« Bleelrlo 37 Kiidto Corporation Kwfowny Htoreu .. forward for gains of fractions to ^ or more points today, kicking Into new hljrh groxjnd In some instances. The lato tone was firm. Tran«- ; actions totalled about 1,550,000 ! shares, Tho share list started at a stumbling ffnlt with the activity small. H stiffened around noon and the trading pace pained momentum. Conspicuous advances wero registered by Chrysler, Auburn, Woolworth, Douglas Aircraft, Hiram Wai* ker, Phillips Petroleum, Consolidated Edison, international Paper and Power preform!, U. S. Smelting. \Ve8llngnou8c, Zenith Radio, Johns- Manvlllo. Cortaln-to«d, Electric Auto l^ito, Pullman. Wostlnghouse Air* brake, American Locomotive and Mathleaon Alkali. Improvomcnt was shown by U. S. Bteol, Bethlehem, General Motors, Packard, Hudson, Yellow Truck. Sohenley, T")iJ»tIllers Corp.-Seagrams. American Telephone, North American, Corro de Pasco, Kennccott. Standard OH of New Jersey. Southern Pacific. Northern Pacific and Atlantic Const Line. POULTRY. BUTTER. EGGS (Vnited Prrnt Lrated- Wire) UOS ANOK1.KS. Sept. 22.— Butter Prime firsts, 34 Standards, ! 30 Sours-Hoehuck 1*. S. Rubb«r Pnlon Cnrbiittj & Carbon 1'nitod AiriTftft ... Warner 13 roth era . 32 IT I • fc • * • • • T > * * • t • q WonttiurhouHQ \Voohvorth , J. C. Penney I * t • t » * • * * I HH 1 • 4 I I I * . t * 91* down Last N eon IIS n Homo Owners Loan BH. AR2, 103.17. gfca. 4l». 101.28. 2Vi», 42-44, 101.31. i <*i>nNnliriuitMl Oil Metals American Kmoltlng Anaconda 40 InteriiRtlonHl Nlolcel .'.'.'.'.', ....,'. f>2 Cuppnr Eggs (Candled) Clean extras, Me; liRht dirty extras, S5c: clean Pinndards, 29c; light dirty standards, 2Sc: checks*. 2So. Mediums— Clean extras, 29c; light dirty extras, 2Sc.; clean standards, 25c: llKht dirty standards, 23c; chocks, 24c. Small— Clean extras, ISVic; light dirty extrna, 17c. Case counts, 27c. Poultry Prices leghorns, 314 t o 3> 4 lb«.. He. over 3v; and up to Hens, Hen?*, I 4 20 .Moivhuntn Mrltonn i * • 20 430 1 S 10 n 1 foll till A . . . . l_>fV)'if«tHlH»Ml L A. CASH GRAIN Kinn«-r Alr^rn! t coln t VI rulo A. 1 mtuM rlcN 4 44 • 4 t }.. A. iiiiit K pfd 10 100,000 March in Legionnaire Event Prrw Leased ANUK1.KS, Sept. 23.—Currant local praln quotations w*ro reported by tho KfiderRl-SUita Market News .Service a R follows; < I'rloes quotnd nro cwt.. field run, in carloads only): Amentine corn, quick delivery, bulk. $2.or>ift2.10, , California whrnt. sacked, No. 1 soft or No. I hard white, $1,07^1/1.70. California Uirhiy. walked, 4H Urn., No. 2 liriglit wcMlorn, $!.«&; No. 1, 40 Urn., yel- 4 1M7 4 I'ncifin Pacific • • 27 Security Security Oil Pfltrolotini FlrM National. 1'nitH Inn Oil... _ S.>, Cal. Kdlfton 31 Southern PiuMflf tSinmlnrd oil rullfornla. ruylor MllltiiK 51 a i K«)Mthllrt Stftpl 24 \\ »s. St*H»l , Vnnndluni Hti»<M . . Tobncco nnd Sugar AniAriran KtiRnr Ainoi Icun Toba*vo "A" ... American Tohaoo« "H" 100>i, Cut ni 11 Aux-rlrnn Si war ('Irctit \Vc>t*iorn S\i H. J UoyiuildH "IV Oil* Allnntii' Tiffining ,. CitnHolitltitpa Mexican Kenbnnrd ... PJifllips )*etrolcunt ... Shrll Union Htamltin! of Californlti Sttinditrd of N**\v Jorsoy ........ 02 1 Sot-ony Varutim H I^eghorna, over 4 H»s. t I6c, cnlnred, 3U to 4 Ibs., 20C-, colored. 4 Ibs. and up. 23c, Droilern. over 1, up to PA Ibs.. 20. , over 1 Vs and up to E l 20o Kilo 3 Urn. 17r Kry«rs, fl. Ifi Leghorn*, over 2'^ and up IGo colored, 2Vj and up to 3 l i colored, over nnd up to 66 1 soft bone, I3nrn»d Rockfl. 4 Ihs. and up. 20o. other than and up, 20o, £3% rt» . . California mllo, sacked, No, low I.Ti 1.7ii, rniviMt?iil Calumol Carrltnnt Cons, oil Mining Stocks o 12 0 12 Company Tidewate Auburn Motorn new Motors * * • t t » » * 19 33% 11 Ool<! • ' • • * - 1.05 1.05 General Motors - * t » • » * * * COTTON FUTURES L. A. PRODUCE MARKET Packard Motors Stuilebakor Tlmkon Holier Equipments * • 06 • * Cnr Foundry ........ 51 .soft bone, Harrrfl Kooka, over 4 Ibs Staffs, 12c_. Old roosters. 9o. Duckllnva, 4^ Ibs. and up, I4c. Ducklini;!), under 4*^ lb«., I2c Old ducks, lie. (l(»<*»r, I6c. Tounir loin turkeys, 13 lb«. and up to IS lb«., JSc. Younj? torn tnrkevK, over IS Ibs., 19c. Hun turkeys, It Ibs. and up. 2Gc, Old torn turkey*. Ho. Old hen turkeys, 14c. S(]uivhR, under H lh*. per dozen, 24c. 11 !t>3. por dox. and up, S6c. under 7 lh«.. 26c. lb». and up, 2Sc. No. 1 white, 3»% to fight with a smashing right to tho forehead. J*upe MUIIOK won tho nod over handling mowt of proMinlnary all by (United rrc99 Leaned CLEVELAND. 8opt. 22.— Aniori- can 1^'KlommlrcH and their affiliates dispensed with convention business today for a spectacular parade of 100,000 marchers that will lust n hours. As a foretaste, the Forty and Klfflit conducted its own parade down Kticrcd J.Ouclid avenue and into Cleveland Stadium last ni«ht. Alnr- tin A, Ulcoke. deputy traffic commissioner. estimated 400,000 persons crushed In for the throo and one-luilf hour spectacle. ICstimates of today's crowd ran as high as '1,000,000. by a band from Kargo, N. D.. Soclote dc« Quaj-anle Homines ct Hull Chevauz," froc.ked in anmKlngr colors, mng locomotive bells, shot off miniature cannons and In general created an uproar. Election of officers, a last order of business on Thursday, final convention day. IH exprotftd lo see ohonon OH national commander Hurry W, Col- mcry of Topeka, Kan,, to succeed Hay Murphy of Ida Grove. Iowa. Oolmcry appeared io have enough ft voles to win oanllv. A New York City appeared well out in front an boat for next year's convention. NKW YORK. Sppt. 22. -Cotton rallied today following early df?ollnr>H. Jlftdfffng was uljHorbrd by Iradti luiy- Ing and covering. Decnmbor advanced from 11.77 to 11.88 with tins gcnornl mat-hot ftlmwlng mu gains nf about ti to 8 poIntN In Into trading. Putures clowcd (steady, 4 to 8 points lilghcr. (><-tnlH'r, U .S3® 11.84 ; 1 ipccml)i* (Attwiatrtt l*rc»* Lrn*?d Wire) Angeles. Sept 22 Ntiindard . 4f>H American lx>comotlvo Baldwin 1/oromotlvo (Jenenil Tank Ktowart. Warner 20 Capons, Cnpoim, HnbbUs, h, ISc. HabbttB. nnd 4H Rabbit*. 7 No. i, mixed colors, each. lie. No. 1, old, fie. lb». 3% 27n 23 2I1 H TREASURY REPORT L Pomona Perfecton. (Cauliflower: tlooil Ventura county 90o$f-$l t'l'ule; local snowball i ; Jnmmry. It, KS 11.8S; May. II.b4: July. 11.72 Kpoi Hlcudy; middling, 12. March, i Koliuoe: Srtntn Mnri» und lupo dry ity *2. 25ff*2. fifi crate. 2.7fi, CHICAGO GRAIN (United /Vc** Leaned Wire) CHICAGO, H<M>|, 22.—.(irulns rlowed Wheat: fcit-pt., $1.JO% "* ** * ~ ^m ^& .!&?»; May, |1 Hppt., $1.0D»ifn 0»H; l>eo. ; May, 90%Qno*4o. Hop!., 42Tiic; Dec,, 43o; May Kent., fnlr qunl- 'ft t•• . •«*J < 'ainlirla oi'dlnnry lor*u( IOOHO puck, 3-dozon cralf, H«HI Cuadahipo nnd Op*ruu> pole etoch 7 H •# Hr lh.. fnlr G Vi <|:'7o. poorer 5ft5>v.o; Hnnta Clnni county 4-JV fie, ponrrr 3r Hi. Ciooil StocUtonn $2 30 rwt , linnmturo J, 2. OS No. Husw.fl?, S I'. H. Idalio No. 1 May N'o 1 ll.HO ovl, "Pt pn t lit OON : Kornl and Bounty I'orto UK-HUM hO^OOr, IIIR; lornl Nftnrv Hull* 7 < 'hino Jr>rwyH &$<# "ibi •; Korn hr.^-!*«o; Nunry Hulls J2.001/' 1* H . ij » IT"i /Vfdf Lrancd \\'irt) WAKIUNYiTON, Sept. 22. -Thr t>o»l- tlon of tho troftttury mi Septrtnboi* 19: U«relpiH. J2rt,2S4.3PN.K8; expenditure!). |2H.39r».Or,4.09; bulanro, J2.27n,sr.f»,- r^53.4r». CiiNtoniH rpot*lptn for tbe month 121.707,080.18. Heoftlptn for tho fl*ral yoar (Blnco July 1), Jl.oaO/J46,ir>3.26: expondlturi»a. ll.47S,022.f.6X.09 UnHudlnjc *507.2»Z.- 068,6.1 of omorjronoy rxpandltureH); cx- ren» r.f expondlturrti. »43M7fi,u04.84. (irons debt, $33,811.237,635.73. dec of $l,«tfi£.r>l 1.7ft undnr the prevluUH <lold tlHKftH S10.77K11U.309.42. day. • ! Iu>M Jl tc; fair county i METALS MARKET Schoolboy Hero's Efforts in Vain S. F. LIVESTOCK Leatcd \Virf) 8opt. 22,— Copper ^1HI^ HIM! future, &.PO. Tin nar*ly n«arby More $10,000 Bills but'Fewer of $5000 Sammy Martin thiH four-round hlniMclf. I're** Leaned Wire) WA8H1KGTON, Sopl. 22.—H nbly Isn't notloonblo to mont people, won a dcc.lHloii over ] but-$10.000 bills arp becoming more Kenny Klyer. gamo crippled boxer | numorous and $5000 notoa are from Delano. ; H carccr.-- KrodUle CURO knockoU out Kani j on AuRuat 31 thorn wore 1937 Iftuwtoni in the third round of the uo.OOO blllH In circulation—or about opener. Fred had to knock thn tough nno lo cvisry 6aiGOO person*. This Sammy to the mat throo tlmea h<v WOB (in ln< * n . HHft of , 3 in a montn foiv Houston would 8tuy licked, how- UIU , WU14 m morp than ft ycar ngo over * There wero 1272 $5000 noten In olroulatlun on Atigunt 31, a drop of 43 In a month, and 85 Harms period a year ag«. I&.7& INTENTIONS TO WED 7 I t ' i I \ COLLINS - BURTON — Khiiftr Collins, 24, and Ethel Burton, 29, both of ! Delano. BIRTHS Wire) ! CIUCAUO Hopt. 22.—Mum-Ire Old-! ham, Kentucky nchool-boy tiamnrUun who traveled to t'lilrtigu roof*tnly In tin effort to wavo thr» Hfo i»f I*jiIH|> , 7. rniuJp hlM trip In vain, father Maid today. 1'hlllp Is n victim of Ktroplorocnis !«»'*»'"• stopr» » dn*adod and oflon filial infcoliori of tho blood Klrpatu. Mau- rlco, in. the won of a LexltiKton, Ky., polloo rontnilHMlonrr. onov nuffvrod from tho Kami* diiwaxr. 1'hyslulunH hop*-(l u truMHfuHlon of blood from Maurice mi«ht help A'hillp. Maurice came und gayo blood I twU-o to Philip. j Today, J'hillp'N father. M(»nlH vltt, mild hl« ulUng son WUH "no better." i "\\V are wot RettlnK thn roHulU ! under the i wo t'X|>^'l*-U." he wuld. "It tvim the! j wnuiK blood. Of courw-, tho wliulo ! J thing W«H an experiment. It 1* very dUcouniginff." JJr. Puul Kahllns. attending phy*|. I rlan, would only «ay "nbout the SOUTH SAN iniANOiseo. K*M>t. 22. nicn ir,«0. top and lntlU lAO-220*lb, CiiUfr-rntHH $10.60. load medium nrotind 1HO ttvprngoM $10.40; fnw ll«ht- MlshlH 11040; piifklug BUWM 2r»i» lower, mainly J7.7.S. r'nttb-; ;tf»0, half-loud dnwirHlilo P70- lb. WyomliiK range HtrorH $7.50; bulk xrouiid $7.25 down; f»CfJ«r «u»flr« pfirkw plnlii Pir»-lh. Hltnmhtf>r Hht.'-Ht(n:k opvuftiif Htcudy, $f,.25W«.00, wood 1070-lb. ruing » -OWN $5.60. utlivr rft-tiKn $4.7uWr,.:r i; low.outt«rH-rutler» etiirlhld nmlnly $.'(.00^4.00; few bulU $6.40 down, fdrady. Culvcw; None, numlnal rholcv veal- fpUttfrd Up Id $<l,f>0, I20i), HfilubU* Hupply all (A undated W VOHK. quirt ; «l«ctrolytlo $fl.76; export, Hteady; ' wpot and . r.,12H; future, »U«dy; Hpot N«w York, $4.60^4,65; I3n«i Kt. lAKilH. $4.45. '/Inc dull; IC«»t 8t. I^oulH spot and future, $4.85. QtilrkHllvor. $S8.00«ft &0.00. Iron, nHim- Inum, antimony, platinum and nunlte unchanged. j THE WEATHER Snn .loauuln and valleyM: l^ilr and continued warm tonight and Wednesday; changeable \vlnd». San Francisco bay region: Fair and mild tonight and Wednesday; fog locally In early morning; gen- llo to moderate wont winds. Northern California: Fair tonight anil Wednewduy, with fog on the const; high temperature in interior; gentle to moderate west wimta off tho coast, Hlerra Nevada: Pair tonlgbt and Wednesday; little change in temperature; gentle changeable winda. Niinla Clara valley: Kalr weather nnd normal temperature tonight and Weclnenday; northwest winds, HaMnaa valley: Kalr weather and normal temperature tonight and Wednesday but morning fog In lower valley; northwest wind*. .Southern California: Fair tonight and Wednesday, with morning cloud.-* on count: high temperatures in Interior; moderate weal and northwest winds off tho coust. FUN RALS Kra»« Wy, ( - CIAVH ! nervlrpB for Al- Uordan, <S. of Arvin, ed \Vedn»'HdH>' morn- ItiK ut 10 o'clock at KlickinK«r- Uilflur rhh.p«l, with ihw Reverend Air. Pat-kurd officiating. will b« In Union cemetery. L< " (food up io $y.oo. «tainn'* when KIFlKia) FtinRrnl «.M-vic«»B for Mrn. $1 Dotfft.ou; bulk un«(iUI;i N«va KIfl*?ld, 30. of 1&!U Alia Vl.stu almeni. «ood woo|-»klnH <|Uol«<i ' I'rlvo, w?r# rondiu'titil by thp U«v- «M-**nd Juhn Munltn-h ;it I'ay no &Son rhupel this tuornlttir "ni 10 o'clock, ArUiur Wutt-rn was soloist. with Ml UK Flot run- liuylet«B al Uu orran. The body is twiny w\\ t<» IIi>iildt>burK. Calif. wher-n rites will hi* roi)(lu< tf<l ut 2 o'clock tWdiiefttlay aflemtMitj, m the chapel of t'red Voung mortuary. LOS ANQELES LIVESTOCK I °1 "i* of .WILLIAMS — Tom Collf n«« and Murdeen WilUams. SO, both FOSTER-PWAK— ^"ttUax^e H. Knit or. 2fi. Compton, and LydJa O, Peak, DAVIDHGN— To Mr, and Mr*. Jum«tM Davidson, RodtA 1. Bo* fc-M, a daughter, Mary Ellen, i about I'hlllp'H Hej>tfciub*r 13 at Mercy Hospital. HAUR1S0N-HOWB— Krank K. llarrl- eon, 90, and lionaldlno Ilobta, 30, both of Coallnga. TAYLOR— To Mr. and Mr*. Fred Taylor, Mojave, a daughter, Nola OArallne, September 17 at Mercy Hospital. Reduce Rail Rates on Petrol Products (Attwialrd I'ret* Leafed Wirf) 4 j'^, *»? *"4 i *% f-^ t* i* «• h " 'fed, $lHnT.2&; lu- 000, tuiMoveiK 71*S. 75, to bum fwl PKU1TT CHfton -To Mr. Pmltt, a»id Mr», Prank SCHHUMM - OHJKP18 — Bratnon W, Kt'hrnmin, 30, and Krunorti I-I. GHf- fl«, 18, (K>U( of Mojave, i T>ontiH J7 at Mercy Hop i ohort fed ; cutter «rad<»s. PH!jJllMBn«-To Mr. and 40» Arvin f Park, u Mm, Highland «<*»tcmber it t United rrr** Leaned \VA SHINOTON. Sept. 22 —The terHtuu* commerc« contmltialon today ujiprovcd rtHJucf*d mil mtwi on polroNMiin and iJelroloum pi-oducin from cortain CuUfornla pohu«» mo«tly Hv Um IxMt Ang^l«fl ami, to Arizona dMt Inn Hone. Tho c<immJW' lioldoVorH 341; fully l'Klvt»» 200, calve«i itoiie; ttoldoverti 377 fed shorn liunbh. $8.00. ftteady; MADDl'X - Uutt ritfj* fur Mr«. Maddux, f,0, of iW) Thirt^nth Mr*fcl v wen- i-ondufl*'.! ut Mount Xlo|4 liuptiMt chun-h nt 3 (hlw aftifriifMin. with ih« Mr. Pd*-«ll offloiutlnif. Interment wiw In UnlMn oem«ic>ry. muntw w«re und^r the direction Payne & Son I BAR SILVER I to ii« J* ihcttt- triii«U or 1- f-.l T 1 l. I .' * \ -» I - | '- '.^•Uv*: :^ •' r-.^-'.f' l -• '; ' * ;<:-, L ,/-:-„•*-> •-'- 'j . -s- ' -if£&' .'•i -> -•-% vt*'-C'' I'-" '. ^>fc, y.v-; .;,.,.. -£•"•' 1 -1 -Jl &&&**. !{&&?• butH t>f /'re** Lcatfd irir«; YOllK. Kepi.. 22.--«ur «||v«r ete Ttlipiont i.- 1 s- .:- , j. L^ •-• - •• ii •rf v L I iV f. '. • "i — -y -A'** '' tJr. . • ' I '.& ". <• \: r :f *. ! I 1 4 - . . v • T i * ", -- ' •• -•--.- t*f -l' S- 3 -. ' ~ — - , ' *. ''--^"ii>. '. * -i i -"/.,'• * ---•\--^'^-:±'^^A^^^-:-A'--^ _ H. • -• * •• - *':•-'. • - . i. < ri' tellige nvestmen Poli hang economc con CO HOGLE

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