BAKERSFIELD ,F»tDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1938 Jordan Says May Write In His Name if Electors Do Not Qualify (Vnlttt Preti Letttd SACRAMENTO, Sept. 25.— California. supporters of Representative 'William I<emke, Union party candi- * date for president, may vote for him even If Independent electors are not qualified for the November 3 ballot, Secretary of State Frank C. Jordan explained today. There will be blank spaces on the ballot and Lemko's name may be written In by those voters who do not wish to mark their ballot for one of five other candidates. If Electors Qualify If Lemke electors are qualified— the deadline for certifying petitions to Jordan's office is September 39— their names will appear as "Independent electors" and the name of Lemke will not be printed on the ballot. A vote for the Independent electors, however, will mean a vote for Lemke.. Tho other presidential nominees •whose names will appear, are President Franklin D. Roosevelt; Governor Alf M, London, Republican; E. Leo Colvln, Prohibitionist; Norman Thomas, Socialist, and Earl Brow- dor, Communist. * New Arrangement For the first time, the list of electors in those parties will be headed by the names of the candidates. .For example, the Democratic ballot — first in line because It haa the majority of voters this year — will be headed: "Tho presidential nominee of -the Democratic party Is Franklin D. Roosevelt." Underneath that heading: will appear the list of else- .Jtora, selected during the state conventions hero September 18. It will not be necessary for voters to mark each elector. An "X" after the name of tho candidate preferred will suffice. •• - •4~4-» Japanese Action Puzzles Fortune . NEW YORK, Sept. 25.— The editors of the Fortune magazine said today they did not know why the September issue has been banned in Japan, They said so great was the care taken to avoid offense that the chrysanthemum on the cover had only 15 petals, because the emperor alone (In Japan) has the right to use 1U. Tokio reports said the issue had been banned because of alleged Indelicate references to Emperor Hlro- hito. " The September Issue was devoted entirely to Japan. Five men, one of them a Japanese, worked five months gathering tho material, two of the men spending three months in Japan. The Japanese circulation Is about 350. Hunter Kills Mule; Mistaken for Deer AI/TURAS, Sept. 25.— The mule Harold Carroll of Salinas brought here on a hunting trip Is dead today. Carroll tied the animal to a tree yesterday while he ascribed a wide circle ho sighted his mule, thought it was a deer and shot It dead. • » » COSTLY DOVE ,. LOS ANOKMSS, Sfept. 25. (A. E.)— One dove cost James Avon, truck 1 driver, $10, He was fined that amount for shooting tho bird out of season. ; WPA Gardens Grow Food for 30,000 Persona (United Ptin ttattd Wre) 1VBW YORK, gept, M^Evwy. X1 thing from artichokes to tue- chlnl Is being frown in New York City under the WPA subsistence garden project. Thousands of small home own* era have been initiated into the secrets of small-scale, intensive farming. The average lot used for gardening is no larger than 66 by 50 feet but they are scattered over Bronx, 'Queens, Kings and Richmond counties. Enough produce was grown in the city a four boroughs last year to feed 30,000 persons. That amount will be substantially increased this vear. Democrats in L. A. Have Heavy Lead fA.itoctatei Preit Leated Wire) LOS ANGELES, Sept. 26.—More than 1,867,437 names today were on file with the Los Angeles county registrar of voters, his books closed for the November election. Complete official figures will be available October 9, but the latest announced were: Democrats—city, 471,302; county, 826,812. Total 797,214. Republicans—city, 262,811; county, 220,486. Total, 489,297. ' Registrations which gave no party totaled 81,711). Listed as Socialist, Prohibition, Commonwealth, Progressive and Communist wero less than 6000 each. « » » Tests of 36-Seat Plane Successful (Anoclateit Preti Leaied Wire) SAN PEDRO. Sept. 25.—Douglas Aircraft's bid for transoceanic flying supremacy, a 86-soat seaplane, resumed today test hops reported to be "a complete success." For 2 hours and 45 minutes, Test Pilot Carl Cover maneuvered tho winged boat along tho Santa Monica coastline yesterday, taking off and alighting several times before bringing It here. Later he said tho maiden flight had been entirely satisfactory. A full gasoline cargo and bars of lead made the plane weigh Its maximum, 28,500 pounds. Built as an experimental craft at a reported cost of $330,000 the whale- like flying boat is "entirely suitable for several air routes In various parts of the world," said T. C. Me- Mahon, Douglas company secretary. 4 »• Three Seamen on Warship Burned (Aiioctated Preit Ltatei Wire,) LONO BEACH, Sept. 26.—Three seamen attached to the* battleship Mississippi were burned today and a motor launch virtually destroyed following a gasoline explosion aboard the small craft. The 40-foot launch had Just completed taking on fuel gas at the Seventh street dock and was about 60 feet out In the stream when tha explosion occurred. The four men aboard leaped Into tho water. Throe were seriously burned, J. P. Harrll, about tho face; C. P. Qrovier, about the left arm and G. w. Drowln, arms and face. Coxswain M. W. Hurdel was uninjured. The four swam ashore and were given first aid by the city firemen. SCOTTY OLDHAM and DELMER GAGNONI Announce the Opening- of Their RICHFIELD SUPER SERVICE STATION Eighteenth and M Streets .'.,•••* Tomorrow (Saturday Morning) September 26 Service Features Expert lubrication with Richfield Protective Lubrication System . . . Tire and Battery Service . . . Approved line of car accessories . . . Washing and polishing. Purofane Service Cars Called For and Delivered Phone 6717 ITUNE IN EVERY MONDAY "CALIFORNIA'S HOUR," 9:30 TO 10:30 P. M, 81x99 Pequot ,A fl40 va *tapus Peduo Large alto, . brand. Towel Sets One large 82x44 bath towel and two wash cloths. Cellophane wrapped, Assorted colors. Set 59t DOLLAR © STORES 1319 NINEH1ENTM ST. Ladies' Slips Fine Broadcloth slips in long bias style. Lace trimmed. Sizes 34 to 44. Special »* PROPOSITION 22 A TAX ON YOU "No" on 22] Retail Stores License NEW YORK BUYING TRIP SALE Men's Cowboy Hats . . $1.59 Boys'Cowboy Hats... $1.49 Men's Cowboy Jeans.. $1.00 Boys'Plaid Shirts 69c Cowboy Handkerchiefs.. 19c Men's Colored Shirts.. $1.00 SALUTE SPECIALS California's Hour Salute to Bakersfleld-Kern County, Monday, Sept. 28 Carloads of New Fall Merchandise at New Low Prices BOYS'—GIRLS' JERSEY SUITS All woo) Jersey suits In clAVer new Ktyle. P'ancv trlmmod. Sites 8 to 4. Special . . , GIRLS' SLIPS &p^tr h ^'' P ^ Vllh . . . and ruffle trimmed. . . All colors . Size* 4 to 14. INFANT CHINCHILLA COAT WOOL SWEATER . BATHROBES 30x36 BLANKET SILK DRESSES . SILK BONNET .. WEAR $1 50c 50c SOc 79c LADIES' PURSES 100 new clover fall stylos in suede, leather, patent, alligator and velvet. Pouch, underarm and evening bags. Fall colors. Special 310 MONEY PRIZES '1500,00 IN All FOR THI BEST LITTIRS OF SO WORDS OR LIIS TILLINOt WHY I WILL VOTE NO YOU CAN'T —Not at prices like these! High Quality Ouk Leather. HALF SOLES For any nienv ber of the family. Put on While-U-Walt or chop. • — _ . Women's Heel Lifts 14c Men's Rubber Heels 29c Men's Ties Regular 26c values, lection of new fall patterns and colors. All lined, Special .... Largo BO- MEN'S SHIRTS and DRAWERS Heavy warm cotton shirts and drawers In ecru and gray color. Sires to 40. Choice . . . . 59* Men's Sweat Shirts Heavy fleeoa lined sweat Bhlrts In white nnd gray color, altos 16 to 40. Special 79 MEN'S SHIRTS and SHORTS Fancy broadcloth shorts Mid cotton knit shirts. All nlzeii. Choice . . . . 19 MEN'S SHIRTS Broadcloth Madras llayon Stripe Solid Color*— Fancy Pit- term, White—All Sl»e«. Duka ef Kent Button- Down Oollor*. Some of tha bant xhlrls llio National haa ev«r offered iii this price. Rich, rte*p tones In wine, brown, nnvy nnd oliooo- Inte—fancy patterns and white. Foil cut—finely (adored. All nlzcs at our Rjiijolal low price of $1.00! Men'* DRESS PANTS Wool, tweod and nirlpod dro»H panm. Well tailored and full cut. Fall ool- ors. Bices to 42. Special . . . flb Pure Silk Hose Full Fashioned Chiffon and Service Weight Fresh New Stock Kull fashioned puro silk sheer chjffon and service -weight, In the fall Bliudos . . . BenHatioiml value at this low price. 441 Knee Length Dresden Hose 50* Popular knoe length ho«o In sheer chiffon weight. Twelve new Tall shades. SUes 8Ms to 10. Pair SHOE SALE! * NEW FALL STYLES Shoes For The Entire Family for Less Buy Now Every Pair Guaranteed Men's Boys' Children'! All-Leather Durable High Shoe* and Oxfords All Sizes in All Styles Ladies' Pumps, Ties and Oxfords; Suede, Kid and Calf Leathers. All Latest Shades and Leathers < SEE SHOE DISPLAY WINDOW FALL FROCKS • TUNIC STYLES •PRINCESS STYLES • SWING STYLES Dresses for street, afternoon or gporta wear— fresh, new fall stylea in sllka, crepes and silk prints. Beautiful fall fashions at the National's low price FALL COATS The season's smart Coat styles at a special low price. Models in broadtail and the new rough crepes, with large fur collars. New neckline and sleeve treatments. Full lined. Special nt SEE OUR WINDOW \ FALL DRESSES • Fresh New Styles! • Priced Speclull Afternoon »nd itrtet ttylit In illki, orepci, pibblt canton And cordi, Doti, print! mid full col or». N»tlon«l FALL ROBES Reacon and Esmond blnnkot an,d flannel roheH, and quilled rayon robes. Figured patterns and plain colors, with contrasting trims. Uayou robes arc In pistols and black. GIRLS' COATS SIZES TO 14 Full trimmed nnd untrlmmiul. V'all styles. Sum* have hats to match. Now onions. National special valm>n nt — Fur Fabric Coats Women's Kail cotU.i In fur fab- rlo» und wool mixture* Smart, •tylan for nchool or sports wear. Full lined. Spaclul values— Men's Rayon DRESS SOX Now fall pattern*. . . . Heavy rayon quality with reinforced hcol nnd too. Hl7.cn 9'4 to 12 2 Pairs . . Men's Zipper Melton Jackets Ilenvy lilun Mftlton JachoU with full xlpptr front, two Hlimliod pitch- Din. HIzoH 34 to 40. Special Ladles' Crepe DRESSES |t. |!) val- uer. 100 on wvlo KiU- urday nt $1.00. New fall ntylod and colors. All . Special . . . Ladies' Gowns flno Porlo KOWUU with embroidery. . , CUt. All BllpH. Special Rlcan hand . Kull 25 5OO Pieces Ladles' Rayon Undies 60 naw ulyloH. IwntloN, *tf)t>.liin, voMtii. AJI flrnt quality. . . Tullorril nt laoo, upplloun or ruffle trimmed. All color* nnd alien. Choice Saturday . . . . SALE OF FINE SLIPS HP? Lace Trimmed and Tailored ItonuUful Bllpn In Arnorosa satin und pure «llk. Made wlUi rip- proof Btsama. Regular und extra slzoB. National extra special vnlue for (his Hale FALL HATS FELTS VELVETS TAFFETAS —Off-thc-Face Flares —Towering Crowns —Irregular Brims -The New Turbans Copies of expensive originals OTHERS PRICED $1.49 to $2.95 Children's PLAY SUITS itrlpnfl play '" la Ueavy aulU , . with lone dleoven and button front; two pock«t». HU«| 3 to I. Special Children's Sleepers sot I>r«an<away uoiton »U«ner« with t«a( Hnd flnnnol nlc,ep«rB In »fill(I and funny patterni. fiUen i to 8 Special . . . . BOYS' CORDS Heavy. w»l| tailored cord p*nt» , . with wide w»l»lb*nd and cuff bottom. . . FMI1 cut. Bl*«* i to II. Special Boys' Sweaters PRINTED OUTING Novelty Patterns ^4^B^^^^^^^^^^^B^ BTiM'II' io If, , Special . . . SMALL DEPOSIT WILL HOLD ANY DRESS OR COAT-DOWNSTAIRS USB . . . All-wool, mohair and wool ' rot*«<l •WMtw* In coat and •llp-ovw •(*)«•. fom» -* ' front YARD GOODS SALE Prints for Frontier Day Dresses 10' Faat color. Old fashioned patterns. All colors, yard. COTTON TWEEDS Look Ilka wool, wanh Ilka cotton; 36 inches wldo. New plaids, prlnU and chunks, on dark grounds. Flua ginghams made to noil at 39o, alto Included. Special , , YARD WOOL CREPE Juat unpacked. orn, plaid and terna; 64-Inch width. Special-— Yard . . Plain f&U col* mixture pal- CURTAIN NETS Sale of 1500 yards Curtain Nets, 3$ and 40 Inches wide. NoreUy coarso nets, figured marquls- ettea. Spanish nets. Plain colors and fancy pattern*. Yard . . sured marquli 10f SS-tocJ» printed outlni flannel la floral, rosebud and novelty patterns such as Pop-Bye, WMmpy, KatienJatnnjor Kids. Best quality, yard...,,... r» • a<«-.
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