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r ' * - *- "' 1 '••• " • I -' - - 1. 1.1 i \ -> I '- - .. 'I • I. .:*• T ' • '.£- * t.-.' -^ i 1" I"' 1 ^ '.F 1 , 1L, .-r ' f -V-Vi,'- ^a ^^•.•:^ f VVv^:-^^ ... i- r • L f i * ^i r". ! t > 5; A i, 4 t ^ *;: t * i, L'7- wan nrrcwt'vl hnv •'•_•' • Silk Threads as ClueJ^Slaying (Anfoeintvd /'res* AfOAfrf IPIrrj WASHINGTON. H^pt. 2R.—fUlkon Lhrends BO small n.s la be nlmoftt Invisible tn the nftknil cyo lod lodiiy to what pollrn rnllod R complect) m> lution of tho mystorlniiB klllliiK of MrH. Klnrrnro Hood win, '13-y«fr-oUl government lyplm. Normnn \Voslcy 1 yenr-old fi-font NVgn), as thr Mllrr nflor tiny thrcnd* found under hln flntfor nnilw worn drrlnred by police «*'*piTtH In from Mn>. r.onrlwln'M She WHR attlrfrl In thin rube wlien an lufrmk-r Inwidnrl h» i r room n woi»u nKii today and MtrnnKlnd hd nflnr striking h**r wlfli it furrinr/- Hh/jlu-r Hrr rtcinl-imtlf body MTHH round \y\i\K After Hfvrnil In-urn of tnp. Pol Iff- < 'uptnln Irti Kor-U im- nomioi'd thai Hoblnpon hml ron- foR!?c*d niul thnt bin m"tlvi> w»n rot>- b'*ry. M? K^t m> niorjoy, howr-vrr, TlobinRon formerly WIIH a Janitor (n a fawhlonalih rooming hou#n whcro Mrn. Ooodwln lived and wun kilted. T.OTS OK VISITORS I'riAC'KKVIM,K. Sr-pl 2f>. (f. P ) MarshiiU'n rm-ruirncnt nt Column, near h'-ro. HOHIH* nf Uir tllnrvivi'i-y nf jfolfl In California, IH v ltd led by approximately 1700 vMinrM «v««ry month, .'K-onrdlntf to oir"ij))u»rH at the Btiite park. Hunday IH tin- rnont popular day fnr vlfllfoi H, f he rrporf 1. the «vrrn.tfp hi liu: 400 ^^^^m^^^^^^^^^mm^ff^mmfWMfff^m^^fM^fWMMMM^^^mM^^mm^M^^^^mM^^mMmMM^Hf^MWf^^^mmfWMMM^ffmfWMMMMMMMfWHffmf^mf^^^^^^^m^m^^fWMf^m^f^HMM^f^^^^f^^mfMfm^^^^^^mMM^^f Shafter Faculty Wives Hold Fete oh Lawn of Home •<*> to Thr CHAPTER, Sept. 25.—Member* of °the Faculty Wives Club of the Shafter High School entertained their htiKbiind* And other members of the loeal high nchool faculty at n dinner nnrly NVednoHflny. The dinner WTW held on the Inwn of the K. P. JanoH home. (iuoHtfl included: MeHNrH. nnd MesdameH K. P. JaneN, l'\ K Lntta, Glenn O. N»y, J. V. Wllmin, H. L. (Jnh'H, f*. L. Arnold, Walter Emrick, J. H. Porlerfii'Id; Mirtnen Kilern Woodhurn, Amelia Klnck. Klcnnor Srhnnp, Katherinc Goode; \V. H. White. '-•*' Leon V. Jenkins to Head Police Chiefs KANHAH CITY, Nnpl. 2fl.-- l>oti V. land, (ire., wrm oleotetl prifHldont today of Hu* JnN-rmiUorwl AHmwIfitJnn of <'hi«f» of Pollrn. I!<! HiirrcfilN Andrew ,f, KfivnnaiiKh, of .Miami. Kin. nih*T off loom Hurl ml Inrlmlix) lley^r. NVw OrionIIH. firm eitlilrnl, and VV. .1. Qulim. Hun j i Beaches' Friends on Tour of Them , ri (AAtitidnleA PfeM Titbiitui Wtrti) T*OH ANOlfitiTflft, Sept. 36,*-~T.JOit An- ffMoN nounty'fl coaRllino WIMI toured todny by ctelegM-U* to thfl annual cotifaroncn of tho American Bhoro , Irsffal speclallMfl and both Pfwirta and Atlantic Heaboard ntat*»H we.ro in thu InnpeoMon group. Txvt'-lwj hours of technical dlscww- Hlon at, tho opAntng nnnftlnn focuwod on ih<w highlight*: of bourhM from tho on- of iruJuHfrlf**, Including oil wollM and rcflnnrioH. JJpvolopmwil of parkwayn to titIt- tost land bntwoi*n tho highways and thr- tfcl^lMridH for publlo. Imnoflt, Hf'ffiiJaMou nf buRlnrwH buildings nml 8lK'iboard« on lhr» b^tirhCR. ^'ornpiv»hpfi»lv<j planning for Call- fornla'H looo.m!l« r.oant lino. OppoHltinii to a tidoland drilling mr-aHur'- on thrs Nov^rnbor ballot wan vulcod by C. P. I,. 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WHITE KING St& NEW STYLE Now, with WHITI- KINCi GRANULATED, i you can wash everything in water comfortably i cool to your,hands. No more old-fashioned hot- water methods. No more reddened, roughened T •"»',; Kendo WHITE KINCJ'siuls in water 20 to JO r degrees cooler than that required to dissolve Inn-water soaps, * r • i Try washing with WHITK KING aiui cool q \ i water! Notice how it beautifies fabrics and hands K " ! ' ' * ' ONE CUP W CUPS a '& •f, ,-•: i xi; •<^% « r-r»4 t *J? iife^ ^ v • n "-V-- •;S.i ^m i^: rt: :- *1 •>.» It! >i L-*^ .' 'I J! :;i **.»' mam .x/- -' ' 'F -*>ri '••S-fri •*ys ^» '»? ' ? A i^» ^ ;* -.-* '<'•/ '. *. r. - L ! .:>••• !* I? I 1 ••V Jf**. * r«i •fc 7-v.C -*•< as M^ ¥ JiS ' i. 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Menagerie Worries Officer as Circus Sued Wages Mo., Httpt. JIB.- i*(it)HtiLblfi I'iarl T'ort«r hun been di-ufted to play chambermaid to a luiiirh of cln'LiH anlnmlH anil rcpLlluH - rind In* ihirHii't llki) It. Purli'r'H Hiory It nt»t only onn of Ihrofi Illtli* boiirR. but uf Jin tinKry U"M, n JurKti wnak* 1 untl « rnlflchuvl* HUM rnonkoy tn whom tho Hlur on TIOtlllTlfT. -, p£«:,!X?Xi:'.v'. Tho nionagerta waa attached from a circus playing hero, Clyde McKln- Boy and young Smith, both of Padu- •cah, Ky., Halt) tho circua owed them $L"J In back wuffca. Tho elrcua man- KK'T could not bo found. And now that uttornoyH for tho plalntlffn turnnd u deaf cur to the suggcMtlon thai they take charge of the collection, office™ aro puzzled over what to do about It. Ijco/j tho 450-pound untamed Hon, IH a friend of nobody. Tho court- houao drive In bluuked with cugea. The lion IH particular about his u, Including 26 pounds of raw dnJJy. Tho "potB" will bo In Porter's care 10 days before ho can put them up for Halo, and ho admits ho IH IOHH concerned about whoro their groceries come from than In how to dish them out. rs.Farnham changed o UN Richland School Enrollment Now Attains Record (Nprrtal tn The Catlfornlnn) CIIAFTKK, Sept. 25^-EnroIlmcnt ^ nt lUchlnmi (irammar School is Htlll growing and has now reached u totnl of 788 pupils. The grcnt- eNt inrreaHo In any one day was on Innt Monday when 75 new children enrolled. "No doubt/' said District Su- pcintcndent O. T. Olson, "thin IN H record that >vill stand for Home time." At prewcnt, 150 young Ntudcnts nre enting in thu Uichlnnd cafeteria. Rood ffce pa CO pays Wh few One kind for I*«rcoUtor Another on« (or Drl» L'-i. ' -. » U ' ',:>:. * • -i-f !»•''_/' .'. V ,' 1 . -*- .'-'.' ' ''". •-/'*:- •j-,- j y,^ ^ :-^-fe * * '' . ' .' '-*"*'.', / !'^;. b i .*. -- '.' m 31- « '-* -,T>*^ - ill' '.1 *S-»T V •- f - • • .->.»: -I •;',^v -t ^ ^": ii .%i; tt. 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"V, °>"^a ., #<?'. **s *••>' rpP- ~**. f , f\ » ^^ : -» f K-^' ...Vv •T." •.": AV^ >^^ .- H j' <<*< k^- if /*?». V f ' ^ •s* *^ .'JL-i'l *-*! *Vtf s« K:%%:^ % :*.*. .wsgraas &#%& '*.' ;>-• *.';* .•~f*i t*f.** .1.1 JfflKS i® a •j 1 " * X-H- » in we ^ m :i-R &•: *'Ir m& •'if' L*^'_ - t HBfer- i-w. ^e .*-•'.' sg!: ^ .*?! V * F »V* H . -n- ^'> r ' ^fe ^ &i '?-;:> ^^ 5 y- : : -M n:. m ^'-* >>. f p>'i - ftp '.?i >«0 IK «f>a .1 »i« **» :* r-i •TT- .'-••J -X-' iW&Xii .'• :•> • *:*• ;?*J L']'. r-:*: ;** r - >,' -». **-M.».-J r»X»W E'-.'J A ' J * - w&mg&sm I*:* •£*<! •: ttiff :i^S^^ mm m iSg P'-.V '>:*T' $& KS8 %Wi*S VK*M :•'<• :*»>; & Woman Loser in $50,000 Balm Suit LOS ANOF/LES, Sept. 25,—A Jury verdict on record today dcnt&l Mrs. Maybelle a. Hharpo, widow, her $60,000 claim nguinst John Rogers, wealthy businenfl man, for alleged breach of promise. Denying ho had ever asked her hand In marriage, Rogers Bnld ho abandoned Intentions of matrimony becauHo she smoked cigarettes ani drank cocktails. His cross complaint, demanding recovery of a $1,500 loan he Bald ho made to Airs. Sharpc, was rejected by tho Jury. Court Vindication in $100,000 Suit qi^gj-^^^^^^^^^-^^^^ UIVEKSIDIQ, Sept. 25.—Ermine, Cross of Honolulu and her sister, Mrs. Thomas Bowdlch, had court vindication today In a $100,000 auJt filed ngalnst them by Mrs. Bow- dlch's hu fib ami, a Riverside rancher. Bowdlch, once In custody on an Insanity complaint that was dismissed two months later, charged tho two women conHplred to prove him Insane and obtain his property. Superior Judge Goorgo K. Freeman held there was no proof of Bow- dlch's allegation. >J ».,' ;\ I ' I I -• I' JL1V-,jt;*V***^,v^V": ; ' ••'^:^. <: "1rtfc ! -^.:'l't^ ? .-, i on -"• . ' " » I > " L - I - * "' L 11 mi- -r'-i-r^' '• -v^'V-*^''' • • - '/ . "• •'- i - 1 v ;.^ U^ < - -, r OU LUE on faced no conflict ^t^oy With' fortner Governor Alfred EJ. 1 Smith over times ifw. radio broad* caata of addresses tbe two men L mate October 1. rimlth made public through a BOC* rotary a telegram to the President advising he would not begin hla radio address In New York that night until Mn Roosevelt completes his speech In Pittsburgh* Smith's wire said his action taken "In deference to the high of* flee of President which you hold," and "T do not desire to Interfere with your having a nationwide audience," The former governor, and one* time Democratic Presidential nominee, said time had been reserved wince September 11 on the blue network of the National Broadcast- Ing Company for his address. It was scheduled for 9 to 10 p. m.. K. 8. Wants Beaches in Forest Preserve Leased Wire) LOS ANOELES, Sept. 2B.—A proposal that all California beaches be ' • i ' made part of the national forest pre-* servos, was made by J. Spencer • \ i Smith, president, addressing tho American ahoro and beach preservation asHociatlon. Approximately GOO delegates were In attendance. "1C our beaches go out as thifr have done In certain sections of California, of what avail Is all our knowledge of conservation and preservation?" he asked. "And what good will it do if the citizens of these ^ communities put up money after that happens. "The suggestion to make, tho beaches a part of the national parks system seems a logical solution to* tho problems." this coffee 4 . most refreshing \ m Pasadena hostess says: "I have many compliment* on your 'Strtngt Essential* coffet when I scrvt it to our bridge club. All agree (hat it i most refreshing and delicious.*'^ (Vnsolicitt Here is coffee with sufficient "strength" to make the most delicious mild or medium cup that you 6r your friends ever tasted. Or if some people in your group like strong coffee M-J-B makes it strong without bitterness. In fact, this famous "Strength Essential"coffee is the only one we know that makes good coffee wery time with foil flavor at any strength to suit anybody's taste. An expert blend of world's finest coffees plus a special richer roast insures a constant richness in every grain of M-J-B. You can't mhs with this coffee. It's a real coffee improvement provided by M-J*B exclusively and one you ought to try for your regular daily coffee and when you entertain. Do it now. We guarantee it. Sec vthtt good coffee really is. M-J-BVUniversar Grind is guaranteed right for drip, percolator, or any glass coffee-maker you use. Your money refunded by your grocer if any tin of M-J'B Coffee doesn't satisfy you perfectly in every way. The \- ONS ElchtMntl and H ttruti artmen ••Hat, Poif Oftlot Markat Vafatalla Dap! MEATS THAT PLEASE CUOAHY*8 GOLD COIN SLICED BACON . . Ib. 38c EXTRA FANCY KENTUCKY WONDER String Beans ..... PRESH COAST Green Telephone Peas . 3 Ibs. 29o 2 Ibs. 29 STEER BEEF ROAST—No. 7 Cut . Ib. 18c CROWN ROAST . BREAST LA 8WBHT PICKLED LEGS PORK . . , STITSON'S SPECIAL SEASONED PORK SAUSAGE . Fresh Killed Po Ib. 21c lb.22c Ib. 25c EXTRA FANCY Fresh Green Asparagus . 2 Ibs. 35 c SNOWBALL. Cauliflower, Large Heads . ea. 20e . 2 Ibs. 15c . 4 for 25c . . 3 for lOc Qreen Broccoli . . . Ib. IOC 1 Large Artichokes Local Large Eggplant LAKE COUNTY Bartlett Pears . . . 4 Ibs. 25 c Golden Ripe Bananas . . 4 Ibs. 25o U. 8. No. 1. KLAMATH FAU-8 ' • •; ^ Oregon Potatoes . 25-lb. bag 93c W« Carry Only Flrt».CI«n FrulU and Vtg«UbU« '• , V VI L '• *~ ••' *>„ '-^' '• ' ^ -' l^-"l'. p • I-' ' • •- "" - • 1

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