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' "* '''"'•' 5<: y - "' <>mv^i»f!i^Km'.'isii!>i^s^m&^msmssmi^^s^^Wm^ THE HAKERSFIELD CALIFORN1AN, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1938 OCIA New Camp Fire Executive to Take Over Duties Oct. 1 Longfellow Stuff Incren.scd; Big Daily Influx Noted in Lincoln District Addition "f two now loiu-hera to the Fluff «'f the Hakor.iflold clly Bi-hoolH was authorized nl a np'-clnl mooting of the clly Bchonl hoard held Tuemliiy evening "I iidmlnlHtnillori )ieiid(|uarl»r.H al 1100 K iiti-eot. Tin- ixldlllon will be made by L K. i'hr-ii- owcth. city superintendent, wlio han ulruady nolo< tod l<>uohorn I" I'll"' charge »f two new eliiHHoH at Iho Longfellow School, where one of tho MggoNt IncreimcH In nllondaneii ban hi'on noted lliHiNlni? I'rohlom | A new necond Kind' 1 will l»i liouneil | In nn nlcl triune Htriicluro on Iho I HChuol (,'roundM and a now nlxtli I i;ru.dc will lie plui-ed In a wci-ond old i friuiie Hlrur-turo Ilinl IH avnlliililo. i Thl.i oiuorgonoy hoiii'lliK IH neceHMiiry j doftplt.c 111" 1'iiel Hint three new j rnonifi wore milled lo the I .uligfollnw . building din-Inn; tin- Hiimiin-r mnnlhn ' The city Hllpol -Illlellilelll prOM-tltod ii repoii Hhowliig i hut iho coul of ' i-dii'-iitlnn |" i p'ipll hi Ihe Hnlc-rn- I field clly nrhiHil dlHlrlrl IIMH dropped , fimtlniiniiHly Horn I'."!- until III" \ proHonl Iline hut Ihnl nn IneronHii inn v Ije nnllrl|>nte(l from imw mi ho- '• ruiiMe of Hi" 1 Hlondy growth In nl ; teiidnni-e which imw HlnndH nl r.r.in, Ii reenril for tin- nch'iiil illNlrli'l. Tim ' hlj.:K"'."t InerenN'- III II idlljrlo dny win report'-d fi"!n the Lincoln Sell-.1.1 whore I IT, new puplln were roKl."li r'-d In 'in' 1 iniirnliiK. siufr rimiiKi'N , Minn .MciiKln Mnltli'.v W:IH grunted : u leave of iiliHencii nnd nho will h" KUfOOOlloll for III" 1 .VII I' hy MlBH I,Ill-Ill "Walker fur Ih" 1 >our h.v MI»H Lnrln toiielilni; (Ti-d'-ntliilH In homo milking J nnd lioni'- e"-nnnriil''M from I h' 1 Hnnln. ; Hitrbiirn Slnte T"iii'li«-rn' I'nllogo. ] Hh" 1 Will lllMlruel 111" 1 Kill"' Viirnlliillfll ; i -limn al the Llnciiln School. | Minn Ili'lly (luiilil him been traiiM- | forrcd from I In- lluwtlmrno HC|IOO| l"> j tnlie i-iiri- n( nn iiddlllonul O|IIHH nt • tho Washington HulldliiK. Mru Luiii-ettn I'hurlH nnd orvlllo .irniKlrniiK have In en deli-Kilted liv the superintendent d> nlleinl n pri, foHMloiial moettnn on Inli-riiiodlnti' unit wnrli i" b" held nl Fri-Hiin nn Huturdiiy culled l,v Stnto Sup.Tin tendetit uf I'ulillo I lull met Ion Vloi'llng Kersey Accept itlllllllllK The liiinrd iilmi drnl'li-d I ul"-H fur triiimportiillon uf school children, ro InlliiK In the m'l 1 IHIM KyHl.-m The lionril ndo|iled n roi'olul Ion prison led by Jiiiiii-.-' II I'nrlier, IMIMIIICMH muniiKor, nccopllnn I In- Loiuifollmv «ohool InilldliiK iiildllluiiH IIH com pleled. Awarding "I liiiinratiee nn n Hoot of earn now hi'liiM l>l'l ">i hy local In nurnnoo hiokor.M will he innile n npi- clnl meeting Krldiiv afternoon at I o'clock. Mrs. Burton Succeeded Merc by Miss Briggs of SI. Paul, Minn. M IHH MAHOAHKT HUIOOH (if St. 1'iuil, Minn., linn boon chosen us Valley Amaranth ] Meeting Will Be | ; Held Saturday thi> iiiiw Horn Courtly i!ump F'lro I'Xi'cutlvn Id Niioci'i'd MI-H. Omiiti Htir- Ion, II WIIB imnouiieod hero iwloy by Dr. I tie/ Hinltli. pri-Hlrtenl of tho Kern finnp Fln> Council. Mrs. Mnr- t(in, wlin l« roMKnlriK I" 1 '' l" ml '"'• OIIMHO of (In- preHNiiro of olhi'i- duties, IIIIH nerved an i-xm -ullvn fur tin.' jmsl I wo yearn n IK! her Ic-iidoridilp hroiiKht about mi expansion of tho work hero. Finn TrulnlliK Mint IlrlKKH WMH ri'commcndi'il to thn lociil cuiiiirll liy olTli-'TH of Iho national hoad<iunrti'r« In Ni-w York. Nh" IN n Ki-iidiial<< of tin- 1'nlvoinlly of MlriticMotii nml of the Ciinip Fire triilnliiK Hi-huiil In N«-w Vnrlt, Hhi- llllH MITV'l'd IIH IIHHlHlHIlt I'XIM'llllVK (if Hie HI. I'linl council (if <'iuiip Kin- (llrlM iiiul him hud much experli-ncn IIH n It-iidi-r of young penple'H work. She will iirilve lii HnkcrHflcliI In lluie In ln'ifln work on Oetolier I. Ill Hie niemitliiie, I'niiip Flr"> KiiardlmiH nr<- ceMlnx Ilielr uroupH itri(iml*''d mid r-uily for Iho work of I lie your, Iioetor Smith mild lodny Tlii- council hopcii In InereiiHe Ki-cntly Ilie nuinlier of ncllve Ki-oupH III llllkerHflelll I hlK Veil I. Tile K |'en! neeil I.H for KUiirdlniiH, nnd miv woiiirti who nre wlllliiK to nerve In Hie ciipiiclty of Kuiirdlitnn urn urxed In roiiiiminlriirV with Ixicliir Hiiillh. « hone office IH 1110 I'rnfeMNlomil liullilliiK A IrnlMlnif clnnH for KunriV IIIIIH will he IICKUII »» Moon IIH tho new KUiirillniiH ill'" Binned up Church Circles to Convene Thursday I'lrcleii of Firm MelliodlHl Church will liold I heir firm rieHHlon of full TIllll'Hllli V MM folldlVH Hoiilliwcul Circle No. I with Mm, U II MjirrlH. IMIf, SIIIIHC! iiveiiue, wllh Mi* MorrlH. nmdi'inl liv MIH. C. K. Nllller mid MIM (J II. Dllley. Circle No. ','., .NiirlhwcHl I Ircle, nlll) Mm. K M. CollliiH. M'.KI Tvvi-n- l\ tlriil Mlri-i-l, with Hie ofHcerH nc-i- INK IIM IliiHletllles, M I M. K M Conk, Mm. C I! Ani|ernon mid Mr.-' !•:. M. A NTICII'ATING a crowd of 35 **- Amaranth line officers nnd twist matrons and patrons from Fresno, Tuft and llakersficld, Mrs. (ieortfe Otterman, IBS If Street, president, Is opening her home for (he firs), meeting "of (his fall Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Mrs. Charles Wells, chairman of I.IIP WHVH and mdans committee, and member of the committee for .Saturday's meeting, Is asking a full attendance. Reservations may be made up to and including Saturday morning, it Is announced. The officers constitute the ways nnd moariH group to assist the Krnnd court officers in their year's program. SIAIE ON SniilhoiiMt Cli'l,- Nn :i wllh MIH 'John Hedirlcv. ill!* < ili-iiiid«-r iiveim-- wllh Ml'l Si-dnloy. aHHlMleil by MIH. (i A Heynoldn nnd MIM r M ! I I'lliilnn i Clnle No. •! wllh Mm Aliilnn i 'I'lioiiiiiM. T.'l Lliii-iiln nlroel, w,ltl> I Mm. L. II Aonchlnii her iiMslHtliiK. SCIIKIM I.K SOCIAL For Ihe Iji-nel'lt nl I he cliiiroh > hiilhlliiK fund nn Ice i-ieiini Horlnl IH | plnnneil nl llolhiiny hull ul' Kind jClirlHllnii Church I'YIduy cvonlni: nl | N oYloi'U hy tin 1 sviiiniin'ii rnunell of ^lln 1 I'lmrrli Tin- ciiiinell will HITM- i pie, eiiff"", Ice erenin. culm, and inllli , nlcKi-lH. Has :H)0,2,'H) Voles to Kansas Mini's 2!l,2oN AIJIOIIH lUiral (lilixens ll'nllril I'rrtf I.rnirtl Wtrr) N'n\V YiiliK, H"|'l 211. I'l-OHldonl Kooiii'Vi'll i-nlncd (me Htulc In the pull of rural vnterH heliiK fnniliirleil hy th" 1'iilillHhern' Aulm-aHter Serv Ice and Ihi- Amerlcnn l're«« but (Invernor Liindon led wllh fiS II per cent of Ih" bnllotn, It wnn animuni-ed liiday. Th" pull, lieblK e.indui'led by .'1000 country newnpapeiH. In the "grilHS roolH," nave Hfir^Hevell n tnl/il "if "h;hl HlnleH. ilHlnlionni and North DnUutii, In the Lnndun column Imil Wl-ell. Nwllrhed IlllH Weell Ohln, 111 the I leinnrrallr I'liluinn Ihi 1 prevl'iiiH weelt, IH now llnled under Laiidiin. nthiT MoiniM-rnlli 1 mal" 1 !! were Ala- hiiiiin, Klnrlila, Idaho. Norlh <'nro- linn, Texan. I'liili. A lulnl nl' r.SH.oiil vnli-H frmn 311 | Mlllll-H Were Illlllei) |||(e Illl.M < 'iindld/il' 1 \'O|I-M 1'i't. Frcshmun ^yomcn Will He Honor Guests al Fete • Planned for Friday Associated Women Htudbnts of Buk^rsflpUl Junior GollcRis will glvo freshmen womnn n "wolcomo ten," KHdny llflcrnoon. Tho'scono for thn nvnnt has boon wet In the faculty wornnn's lunch room In. tho Junior college. bulldliiK mid will bn hold he- twoon 1! o'clock, and •! o'clock In I he afternoon, according to Miss Juno HoynoldB, president of tho A, \V. S. Tho first nwtlnK of this active campus group will hn Jiokl Friday inorntn'K with Miss Grace Wlrd as the featured gpeakcr. Miss Key- nolds has nnnolincod thoro will bo u jtonoral business ineolInK wllh election of Ihn council nnd a dl«- nunslon of thn HOUR contest lo bo carried on amontf the women. During tomorrow mid frlday, the, A .W. H. will well pom poms In front of the Junior colle^o bulldlnK. Popular Pnlr <o Wed At a smartly appointed dinner party In a private dining room of Hotol Kl Tojon Tuesday evening the date of the Impending nuptials of Miss fleba Hays and Frank Whito was made known as October 4. Tho ceremony will bo read at 0 o'clock at First Congregational Church by the Koverend A. S. Ponat, | Thn bride-elect Is a daughter of j Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hays, 1920 Cherry I street, and her flanco Is the son of Mrs. J. A. Whllo of Chicago. Mrs. Howard tester presided as hostess, arrftiiglng the dinner tables In a silver and white scheme, The center bowl of carnations and delphinium was reflected In a circular mirror and corsages of white gladioli and bovardla contained scrolls announcing tho news and were attached to silver ribbons reaching to each place. Hllvcr and white place cards were, used. Miss Hays i« a member of Sigma I Mi I Oaminii sorority. Mr. White Is or>o of tho department managers at Hholars store. .Sharing the dinner besides Mrs. Luster and Miss Hays were: Scouts to Assist in Frontier Fete Hoy Kcnuts of Hakersflnlel will be liHked lo appear In uniform rit the city hnll nl (t:3'i o'clock Katurclny morning, October !l, to iiHHl»l In keepliiK the line of parade free of truffle rind parked ours. It was announced at a rnoellnjf of the Buk- orsflold Scout rnmmlssloners' cabinet Inst nlKht. The cabinet also voted to sponHor with the Tafl commissioners a county-wide Hoy Scout flold day to he held Siilurdny, Novumher 7, at Kern river reservation. Another event In lo he u dinner for adult lenders and their wives and guests nt the reservation next Saturday evening. The council office Is ask- ItiK prompt reservations. IJ. T. DaiiKh was appointed com- mlHsloner of tronps Ifi arid 18 In place of K T. Culvert, Howard Kulton, recently of Kernvllle, was limned for troops 8 mid 1-, nnd ('"red Shaffer, recently from 1'hoonlx, Art/... for Iroop ". others present were Josh Clark. John Huff, Dr. K. A. (Irnham. (leorce Dupes, C. M. Johnson, Dr. K. Kenneth llamllu. Klbcrt Kher- sole and \\' . \V. Merrall. Mesdames— L. L. JJavlH Walter Wells Orun Hholar Al Uorry Kenneth Ulcards Hudd Ware Freeman Hproyer Denver Smotzer Thetii Tan Thcta Sorority Members of Theta Tau Theta sorority will meet tonight at 8 o'clock at tho homo of Miss Uorls Walters, IBM Alia Vista Drive with Mrs. Hue Kedforn presiding.' Senior Reserve Elects Staff of Officers'.at Meet TX/TKMBERS of the Senior Girl - 1 -'- 1 - Reserve Group, under Iho leadership of Miss Editha Howell, opened their last year in the Reserves with the election of officers at a meeting yesterday. The new officers are Mrs. Maxine Jones, president; Miss Shirley Compton, vice president; Miss Lorene Russell, secretary; Miss Frazier, treasurer; Miss Jacqueline Weir, historian; Miss Betty Burke, reporter; Miss Ruth Ulscden, song leader; and Miss June Champagne, pianist. The first cabinet meet- ins; will take place this week. Delta Tlicta Tail Thursday There will bo no meeting of Gamma XI chapter of Delta Theta Tau sorority tonight, the session being announced for Thursday evening at 7 o'clock ut the Woman's Club building. • • • To Wed Soon Mr. and Mrs. James Colllson have announced the Impending marriage of their daughter, Miss Mildred Arlone Birch to Harry Leo Fletcher, Wednesday evening, October 7, at 8 o'clock at 230 Eighteenth street, this city. Picnic at Park Playing of games and roasting of wieners and marshmallows were the features of an outing enjoyed by a group of young people at Kern River rk recently'. Miss. Janet Hobbs was In charge of arrangements, Participating wore: Messrs, and Mcsdames — Otto Galey Richard Cantrell Fred Hills Fred Rutherford Ernest Clements John Gray Lowell Ball Misses— Irene Koux Julia Cordoul Gladys Carlson Messrs.— Harold Davis Chester Chrlstcnson Fred Castellano ' ROBO. Cordon! Janet Hobbs Frances Swartout Henry Carson Howard Hedwick U. E. Thompson S. B. Bertrand » • • Shrnke-LIIjcdalh Wedding Mr. and Mrs. LCH Shrake are announcing the marriage of their daughter, Miss Beverly, to Sven Everett Llijcdalh, September 8 at I -as Vegas, Nov. The couple had planned to keep their marriage a secret but friends let them know that the news was out by giving thorn a charivari on Tuesday evening. Refreshments were served at their home later. The couple Is now honeymooning In the east, planning to return October 19. Japanese Troops Occupy Shanghai (Continued From 1'ago One) a (Ily OLIVE IlOnEHTS HAJ1TON)= E UN Is something to cultivate air ulduoufdy. There Is an old saying that .a merry man llvoth longer than a sorry one, and It Is true. Different things draw families together. One Is a common halo. Another Is sorrow. It takes emotions to unify any group. But laughter serves two purposes. It unites people and loaves no dregs of conscience or bad digestion. Balm for tho soul and u pepsin tablet as well. Humor Boosts Trust Now wo have heard for years and years a lot about children having confidence In their parents. And I happen to believe that a sense of Salesmen I ioi IHC vi l.cmke ThoiiuiM I Mrowd ' Colvlil II M i. Ml! Ii •i i; .7 r Local Youngsters to Get Fine Prizes VAN-TAGE WORKED MISERY FROM MY SYSTEM, STATES BAKERSFIELD CHURCH LADY Prominent Mcmher of Baptist Church in Bak- crsfield Testifies Thai Van-Tajre Relieved Her Stomach Bloat and (Jus When All Other Medicines Failed. Suflf-n-rti from "our lilciniliu: Kii 1 ' idutjKlsh Kidneys. cmislni; )mhiM mid in u-iciilui omuch , lsh l.lver mul ! sharp neuritis rheumatic pulus III'"' HlnllMK i|ll|. k l.-llrf wllh the new : liileiiinl ,M,•illt-lii,- \'AN.T.\i!K. TUN tlnionliilii I rmii Krntefti! fiirini-i nul'- ("M'ei'H nve pinning tn. nnd every day iniiny peinmiH -ilup In p. monnlly In Ilinnlt Ihi'li diutJCl' 1 ' for i;ettlnK I hem I" try Van Tam-. An u pi oiiilni'iit win Hei in the HupliM I'liun-li. MI-H. 1'iillie llolley In widely Uliiiun In llulii-i sflcld. Sin- In [i7 yeiii'H nl IIKI- nnd her liiiHluind IN .1 Widely lllied I'm inn. They llnve Ih "d in Kern enmity fur III \i-nrn anil now I'i'Mldo lit Hi. f>, Hox :i',"::, uln-rn lliny ntlilo they will Kindly "-"infirm tlio following titnteiiient Awful Stomach I'nins "Vim Time certainly pruxi-il to In- .hiHl whiil I iiluu.vs needed In relieve m) iicld hlomucli pain mid nrrviiusiiehs," siiym Mrs. <'»llln llolley nf lliiliefHflrlil. Six furliitiiil" I Inlii'i Mfli'ld yotmK- Hlei-H will pnrlli-lpnle In liitiidMimi" nwniil.M of n lih-yrl". HpurthiK "i|lllp iiH-nl anil ne\\ Hhiii-H Th urmln y, It WIIH learneil today I'loin th" 1 tiiannK" 1 " nil-lit «'!' Welll'B hlni'v Tlinindny aft ei noon nl -I o'rlocli Ihi* "KtMlH eon- JrHl." open lo nil lioyw nnil uVrlN (if Ihe I'llj, i-niiieH 10 rhmo and tin- n\\'iirdH \vlll he innde. Tin- i-otiti'Hl eonnlHlH of Ihe I'llllu; j of KIleMHl-H IJH III Ilie Wfilirht Of Hi palm of moiorleil lypen anil id/.e.s nl' youlh'H i-anviiii nnd ruhher shoc-H now on dlHplny In Ihe Welll'H win i down HurliiK Ihe punt wr»ltn hun- I ilredN of niiHwi'i-H hnvi' been offered ! nnd 111 nipi'tltIon CIIIUOH lo a clono i wllh Intel-en! nl HH pouli. Tho nhoi'ii | will (in wolnhed In Iho window bo- | fore the oiitliiiHlaHtlr oliHervnllon of himdreilH of youiiK Hnln'rHfleldlanH. The HUOHiilMK f«amo nrlKlnalod In Ihe uffli-oH of tho local utore limn iiKfiurni and qiilrlily al traded the Inlereid of the national nhoo iniiiui fiicliiror. whoHo dlHlrlcl exeeullvo, l"Vi'd Itoi-li, mndo a upei-lal trip to llalii-rHfleld Innl week to Hludy tbo wnrlilnKH ol' the plan. Mr. Hock coiiloinplntcH Hi-mlliiK an iiutllne- roHiimo of (litn unliiue HalierHflolil Hlunl In Hhoe li-aderH In liundred.i of \\'eHtern rlllt^i. The prl/.o ll«t i-oniprlHeH I"'li-Hl prl/o. new hli'yclo; Hecond prl/.o, ten- II|H ruck"! and (wo lialln; third prl/.o, NktiloN; loiirili, I'M'th nnd Hlxth prizes, 1 palfN of Kedn tdioeH. : . -^.»^_ _ , * ('Lilt TO MKKT 1 MoinhorH of (In- American l.e^lon Auxiliary Newlnit f'luh will hold an 'all dny moellim nl Lotion hull at ; HI o'clock Tliiirmlny. Kni-li purtlcl- i punt will luli\K n hot dlnh. SowlliK' i lor lleil I'roMH and hoHpltal.s IH i plnnned. Farley, Hamilton j Meet, Shake Hands 1 NKW YOIIK, Sept. 2:1.—JUIIU..H A. Farley mid John 1). M. Hamilton — Hie Democratic mid licpubltcaii mi- 1 Honal chairmen--mcl mid exchanged I friendly greetings .today. Moth addressed the afternoon ses- j slon of tho I Icnilil Tribune forum. ; When they met on the pint form, ! there wan a hearty linndHhuke. broad | miilleN on both fin-en mid a grouting j Hint wan unhenrd al the prnsH lublo. j They occupied adjoining chairs. Munching Oyster; 41 Pearls Found 11'nllril'l'mm I,mufti ll'lrrl l.ONCi H10AC1I, Kept. 23.- Munch- IIIR a fried oyster In a cafe, ICddln Col'foy nearly broke his jaws today on whiil fell lllu> a mouthful of gravel. Ho spat out—II pi.-iirls, tho biggest the Hlsr.n of n pea. Kxporls mild the pearls would havo been worth $2000—If they hadn't ben ruined by cooking. Hut tho death of tho one brought to five the number of Japanese nationals Hlaln In scattered Slno-Japaneso InuldentH In tho lust 30 days. Tho JapiinoBo marines, less than three hours after the shooting, occupied Iho entire Hongltow urea and assumed full control, supplanting tin- International police. .Similar action was taken during tho Hlego of 19S2. Heluforred Japanese authorities, reinforcing their permanent landing party of 2000 with additional marines from the fluKHhlp "•^"'Int^.YuoJHckVu "" m ~ or '• II ba8 ' 8 of trust ' - area adjac'mtl u " dor » ta " d lho ^y^\o K y to that part of the Internallonal settlement where tho shootings occurred. • Authorities of tho International net tlenient Immediately called out a HuBHliin company of 1)00 men, part of tho Hottlement defenao corps. They were standing hy, ready for In- Blunt duty In the event of an emergency. Japanese in Uproar The lucal Japanese colony was thrown Into an uproar, with real- ilentH protemliiK continued Incidents In Klaln throughout China and demanding that Toklo undortako Immedlato and fon-oful action to crush what they termed a rolgn of anti-Japanese terror. Tonight's klllhiBH brought tho number of JnpnnoHo Rlnln by violence In the hint 30 days to flvo. li'our others havo been Injured In the Incl: dentH, which have occurred at i Chengtu. Pakhol, Hankow and now Shanghai. out Joe Miller's Joke book? What would become of tho high-powered HalcHinan of today without tho products of tho cartoonists, tho radio- mongers, tho profeslonal wits? And HO, I bollcve the parent can sell him self to hla children by tho same means. By being Jolly and keeping the ball of fun rolling, ho IB going to establish faith In himself and his works. If Johnny can think, "Dad can spank pretty hard, but he can whuTn^nXS-^^^^^ . London Gives Pledges to Farmer (Continued From Page One) 'The first thhiK this public .-.liili \vrltnn Mi-h. lhillc\ wholn trulh hi evi Ul \vnlil lo HH\ In •ni of ndne." ' In thin Ii IH th<< ry i(>'ipi-ct, und I was «.-IN will verify It to anybody "For a period of tun yearn 1 u victim of Moiimi-h bl«:tt und 1 have irloil int-dlcliu' 1 alter nioiltchio und many different khulM ui trout- inentH, hut nothliu; ever m-cnicd to little help. "Hecently 1 heard inucli talk uliout H new medicine mmlo with natural herbH which \\IIH KOIUIIK womli'i-fui results In CUHC.S like mlnr I rend tho statementH of ppopli- 1 knew In the newspupui-H, pint*liiK Vnn-Tntsi-. no 1 decided lo buy Home ami try It. It has curtairily proved to lie jmu What 1 havo always needed, and only two bottles have worked Iho mlm-ry from my system. Gets Quick "I am no longer buffering from ncrvouMiiosH. 1 can sloop well ai nights, ut lust, and since I am lulttiiK Van-Tago, 1 wako up feeling fully rcutud and dlfferriil from the nlooploHN I i-|ienl ln-iori,. 1 am uliul lo the \ nnT:IUI Medli IIH Com ir Ihi'lr v\ ond"-i ful formula 1 nt; evi-r\ lioilv I know wlint It - for ni"-. nhd ro« i.mmendlnt; > liy Van Tii(;e. (mi " Nature's Own llorbs \'AN-TAiil': Is iiiii|onall> n mended |>\ |ea<lhu; "li UBi;lHt s-. conialiiH n I'omlilnniloii oi Inxredl "•mi |i-oniiiliilnn "I Natural llerlm ail'! I' Viilualile Modli-iinionlHl found In no other formulii ThoHo liiKiodl- entii nil.x with tho tood In ono'w Hlom- iich, limn throwliiK off polmmti (Imt fimtor Mtomiiv-h acid pahiH and help- IIIK HliiKKliOi liver nnd Imweln to fun. lion pioporl>. It \\in fleamiv your huwnlH (KrtuUi.-illy—not drnxtlc or HovtM-e) mul tune them Into holler dully iifllon It will brliin mil uwl'ul KiiseH and ImpurlttoM nrei|uently from tho flt-Mt dimol. And, hewt of all. Iho CIIKI IH Hiniill Anybody can tako VAN-TAl'iK for a few coins dally! Ktiirt iHkhiK It TUDAV! (let n Imltlo ul the iiwl HI-UK Hlore. tho lOanleni DI-IIK Store, or miy dniKKlHi In link- ernlleld, Tuft and Marie.ipn an,I your nolKlihoi.-i tii-u BIRTHS SHOOTINGS Ann TO LIST OK DKMCATK INCIOKNTS Today's shoot Ings In Shanghai added to tho rapidly growing list of Slnn-JapnncRo Incidents which has hroiiKbt. .Japanese warships and "now landing parlies to tho Asiatic mainland and resulted In temporary Chinese military evacuation of tho Hlratoulu northern railroad Junction of Fongtal. Two hundred Jnpaneso bluejack- ets were landed nl Hankow yestor- Virginia Heddlng uf | day to InvestlKiite tho killing of a Jupmieso consular policeman. Others reached I'akhol to Inquire Into Hi.) nmb slayliiK of a Jupmioso drug- (jlsl curly In the month. A previous Incident. Involving tho UlllliiK of two Japanese by an on- raged Chinese mob at Chengtu, has resulted In negotiations which HO far have not boon conclusive. Tormented, ('Inlined Japanese diplomatic and military authorities havo contended tho Incidents wore a direct result of a campaign calculated to stir up antl- Japanese sentiment throughout j China--a drive for which the Japanese miy the National government must take full responsibility. Nanking, fuced with demands that tho alleged campaign be halted ISsthor Circle of First Christian i forthwith, has denied sponsoring Church will meet Thursday after- ! such a drive. Councilor Will Pay Visit to Lodge Here That Mrs. Iiennox. grout second councilor for Iho Degree of I'ocuhontus, will visit hacliuwminu Council No. Ifi4 soon was u dlsclomiro niiide when mem- be rw met Tuesday night ut \V. I). \V. hull A membor»hlp drive was launched wllh Mrs Minnie Jacobs and Mrs. Blanch U'ushburn us captains. LOH- ors will bauquol winners. Tho weekly card parly of l.uoku wanna l.'ouncll will lie bold Monday nlKhl at the homo of Mm. Mario Finn, 1!HOI 1'olls avenue, Doscanso l'a.'U. __^^^ Esther Circle to Convene Thursday HArsKIt To Mr and Mrs. l.ori-n HUUM-I-, (ion i,>ulucy niroot, II nou, limy lirmii, September IS, ul Kern li.'lirl'al I lii,.|illn| MA I'MIV Tn Mr nnd Mrs. Marl Miiinev, '."..'00 HIIII KtnliHo slrr-ol, u .buDibler. I'liroljn .li-iiii. SeptemliiM- "0. u( Kern lii'iii-t-nl lloi<|iltiil. niMiii ut 'J o'clock with Mr*. A. llutehlHon. 1711 Second stroot. As thlx Is "guoHt day," oacb member IH oxpoi-ted to bring u visitor. Klntil arrnngementn will ho niailo for u rummago na|o to bo hold Krl- daj' und Saturday, September 'JB und Sfl (it tbo corner of Halter nnd Hum| ner HtrooiN, ICitHl lliiliorsflold. Mrs. i Hutchison will preside. At the Chinese capital only yes- I'orday, a high Japanese naval official assisting the negotiations with the Nat (until government doc-tared: "l-Jvon the Christian putlenoo of thn Japanese navy must end some tluio." < «•*> hla discipline wilhuttt unlmus and with considerable profit. There iti. far too little real mcrrl niont In tno world. 1'eoplo go out to buy It, to Rot a synthetic kink from listening to the muchlne-mado Joke. Then, too, tho success of any j party is laughter. What dummy ' does not know that? Yet with all these thltiKs before him, tho aver- nffo parent falls to use them as a basis for power In tho homo. Instead, he, or she, seems to prefer i tho grim, or outraged, or critical or \ depressive attitude toward tho chll- I dren. Figure it out. It Isn't so very Intelligent, Is It? Child Appreciates Titct Tho moat interesting homes I havo been In were those whore father or mother or both, made a point of seeing humor in tragedy. Or at least what ordinarily would havo been con sldered tragedy. Mother, for Instance, smells an awful smell. Sho finds long-dead worms In Johnny'H pocket. Instead of gagging over bar dinner und making Johnny feel like a hangman, nho embellishes tho story for, tho rest. Soon tho whole family Is convulsed, and Johnny, whoso worst fault Is forgetfulness, could kiss her for her tact. And tho chances are that said son will remember not to forget ugaln. Merrt ment Impresses Itself upon memory. To sing and smile and turn tho mouth up. that's tho secret of happy homes. To bo born without a sense of humor or a twinkle of the eye is u real curse. But something can tie done about It. That la to keep still and not ruin everyone else's fun. jOne thing I should like to add, Cruel fun Is oulnlde the palo. Sar cusm or Joking ut anyone's expense Is worse than a whip. It sears aiu burns Itself Into memory with a vengeance. Pure fun la kindly boosts Imagination and inspires. The family thut can laugh its way, «hor of being silly or cruel, lu bound to he the best. Its members have bonds In common; but tho family wlthou tho ties of common Interest soon pro fcrs other pcoplo and other homes to its own. declaration "we will not allow need less suffering in this country— either on our farms or in our cities." Farm Program The agricultural program outlined by tho Kansan Included: Cash benefits "limited to tho pro duction level of tho family typo farm" and paid upon domestically consumed portions of surplus crops In order to make tariffs effective and to offset foreign commercial policies. A farm storage plan "for removing tho depressing effect of surpluses" by amending tho federal warehousing act so that reserves could be carried on the farm. The farmer, with Insurance storage of grain, would be entitled to a warehouse receipt on which ho could borrow with any banking agency. Fullest attention to tho question of crop insurance. More progress In introducing new- crops and developing greater domestic demand and different uses. Laughter, Applause "I am far more Interested In see- Ing farmers paid for growing the things wo think wo need than in paying them foV not growing tho things we think we don't need," he said amid laughter and applause. lie also advocated a federal-slate irogram linking soil and water con- ervatlon under local administration n tho hands of tho farmers; freeing ho farm "and tho rest of tho coun- ry from tho impending dangers of ruinous debt and taxation"; and ex- enslon, "within the limits of sound 'Inance," of "adequate credit at reasonable rates, to capable tenants and experienced farmers, for tho purchase or refinancing of farm homes." October to Be Busy Month for' Bethel; Expect Visit From Grand Guardian Plans for a Halloween dance October 31 were made when Bakerafleld Betliel of Job's Daughters held Its second meeting of tho fall term last night at Masonic templo with Miss Alloen Hirst, honored queen, presiding. Tho girls also planned a bethel birthday party for October 13. On October 27, Mrs. Bessie D. Hedden, deputy grand guardian, will pay her official visit to tho bethel, at which time initiation ceremonies will bo conducted. : Miss Fay Drawbaugh was elected senior princess to fill the vacancy caused by the departure of Miss Kdna Arnold for Santa Barbara to attend the slato teachers' college. Miss Drawbaugh had held the office of Junior princess and this post was filled by Miss Nellie Nicholson. ^_, __ Officers Complete Training Classes (United Prctt Leatei Wire) WASHINGTON, Sept. 23.—Nearly 300' picked officers from police departments of tho cast and intddlo west, having completed a special course of training under the nation's leading traffic experts at Harvard University, have returned to their posts better equipped to han- dlo traffic problems and aid In reducing automobile accidents. • Tho officers, selected from police forces of 14 states and 35 cities and towns, attended lectures and classes conducted by tho New England traffic officers' training school. Instructors were so pleased with results of the initial session that the course, probably will bo repeated next year. Study was arranged by the International Association of Chiefs of Police and the Automobile Manufacturers' Association in co-operation' with the Harvard bureau for street traffic research. • •• •* « > Machine Draftsmen Club Picks Officers' , • Forest Gess was elected president of the Machine Draftsmen's Society of the local high school drafting department at the Initial meeting of tho new school semester last night. Other officers chosen were: Robert Tobias, vice president; and Joe Davis, secretary-treasurer. C. J. Aggeler, advisor, talked to the group on reproductions and tho future work of the club. JAMI-:ilSON Tn Mr mid Mrs \V«I . j lor .liiinoi son. riiniuiiii. » ihlUKhler, i Si'iiti'iiibpir jo, u* Kern Uim.'rnl lloi< ! pliul MiuilU 1 ) ro Mr. mul Mru. tioprun Luwronoe Mnort-, |i| illoi-Klo l-'arms, u mm, uury l.awrniu-e. Hoptombor "U, at Kcin (iouorik) Uimpttiil. .KYK.KOOl.K.US TCU.l'MH), Sept KMIIltlTKl) £H. HT. V.>.-To FRATERNAL KN'U'.HT — To Mr. mul Mm. Knlwhl. Uuulii 4. llox liiii, a ter, Uurburu Ami. Nepleiaber Knrn (ii-neial HoNpllul llrudy uutih- XO, nt T— To Mr. mul Mrs. Oakley MvCrelKht. Arvlu. u ibiughtur, Alhil Kuthlpau. SepliillilK-r 21, lit Korn litmorul Hnt^pllul, CANCIU— To Mr. ami Mr«. 1'otor Cnn- do, -100 California uvi-uuo, a t»on, I'olfr, Jr., Soptt'iulH'r 81, at Korn ileiii-iul ItoKpilal prove ihai KCOIIIK not. always Is bo- llovlntf, part uf Miss Klolse Voor- hels' mathiMiiatlcH clasn at I.tbboy Hlnh School formed an "optical Illusion" Kroup ami mako up nn ex- bllilt of examples. ---- 4 , » I flint i *• KSTRAOA--TO »ur Kiitruilu, St-iiliMiibnr LM, pllul. ANVi|':HNUN- Mr. mul Mi'n. HullII- liolmin, o iiuiiKhtcr, ul K»ru (liuu'rul HOK- out why IIIB VAN lilliil -To Mr anil Mru. WIK'O Mcl''«rlmnl, u won, Scp- m ivi-rn Ciimnrnl Hot)" Huliorsflold Lodge Uakerttfloltl Lodge No. 224. K. & { A. M., will hold u Hpoclal meeting In j tho Masonic temple Thursday ovo- I nlng commencing ut 7:3U o'clock. Tho ! third ilegroo will bo conferred. Will: lam A. Snare, worshipful muster, will IIUU.IC I'UI/.F.l) ' prvHldo. There will bo refreshments 1'OHTAOK, AVtu., Sept. 23. (U. P.) I««'' entertainment. A Ulble, printed ut \Vlttenburg, Ocr- j ^ many, and containing a foreword hy j Sequoia Division Martin Luther. IK u prtnert posaesiiton ! Sequoia Division No. 320, G. X. A. of William E. Bnuier, Vortugt». Tho j '" ll '« VI. of L. 13., will meet Thurs- Blblo in nnoloMul botwccn tnch-thicU i lln y afternoon at 2 o'clock at Krauso YILLAOK I.OSKS KKMOTKNE8S GRANTS PASS, Ore., Sept. 23 (II. P.) — No longer will AgnesH bo able to cliilm the distinction of being the most remote village In tho t'nltod Stated. Two roads are nearlng completion to connect Agness with the "outside." Tho onlj modes of transportation have been by foot, mule, or boat up Rogue river. Delano Home Razed by Morning Blaze DELANO, Sept. 23.—Air. and Mrs. Harry Scott were awakened at 1 o'clock Tuesday morning by crackling flames, to find that their homo was blazing. With their three daugh tors they had barely time to escape. Tho flro started In the tank house which Is a part of tho house, and it is thought was duo to faulty electric wiring. Mr. and Mrs. Scott lost their furniture and part of their clothes. Tho hou'so belonged to Ludwlg Schlltr,, who with Mrs. Schlltz is enjoying an extended visit with relatives in Germany. There was somo insurance on the building. *« » FALSE TEETH LOST IN HOLDUP BAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 23. (U. P.) Evan Bvanston does not believe tho passive, turn-the-other-cheolc attitude IH the best one to use in a holdup. When two man took $18 ho meekly kept his mouth closed. This aroused the curoslty of tho gangsters, So they pried his mouth open and discovered he had a set of false 'tooth, with several gold ones Included. So they took his plates also. WOMKX KKLONS SET KKCORD BOISK. Idaho, Sept. S3. (U. P.>— Mrs. Kdna L. Bckersley, former treasurer of Lewis county made tho tenth woman prisoner In tho Idaho penitentiary, bringing its female In mates to the largest number since UK founding 0!) years ago. wooden covers bound with plgakb.1. •« » » I,ON(5 KSTA't'K $188,383 NKW OHLUANS, «opl. 23. (A. P.) Tho Into Sonftlor lluoy P. Lonst left lin oHluto valued al JH&ll.RKS.iia, In- vludtiiK InKuritncu policies puyablo to hlH children, an Inventory filed today In ('Ivl! minirlot Court her« by Charles J, .Ktvoi,. attorney ,for tlu* e«tute, showed. bull OH Truxtun nvenue. • • WILL TEST NKW ENGINE BAN JOSE, Sept. £3. (A. P.)— Eld«o II. Uoodwln, San Jose inventor, sold today his newly Invented turbine engine would be tested by a trucking firm on the Pachcco pass road boforo it In marketed. In recent tests, he MUld, it ran for 17 hours on four gallons of 01IUGKS WORKKKS SUNNYVALE, Sept. 23. (U. P.>— ' Kor Hie benefit of lhoiiHi\iuls of j workers eng'nKed lu Iho daytlmo in i tho cnnnwIoM and other InduBlrtes, ' Jimtlco of tho IVacii Crmrloa O»rl", i stiijem bus iintiouuce<i thut hero- > ufler ho will hold nightly court BOS-: R«lieve the burning loreneM of externally canted pimple*, nnd ud healing of these ngly defect* With soothing Resino Announcing the addition to our staff of Marigold Cobb Edna Vanderpool who Invite the patronage of old and new customers Blair's Beauty Studio 1817 Baker Street Phone S38 r GRUNOW Rifrlgtrators—- Radios JOHN R. HUFF Phoni 1410 I Ml Ohtitir Av»n«« Put it on the spots! Watch greaae apota vanish from glove*, frocks, hats, coats, drapes, upholstery when Standard Oil Cleaning Fluid goes, to work. And remember, • It's non-explosive. ( And don't forget ' Other Standard Oil hotuekeepinf helps — Standard Oil Fly Spray, Standard Oil Self-PolUhlag Wax, Sundu-dOnPacteorUquldWax. • §TA*BAIU» OIL '. OF CAJL1FOIW1A

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