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w;ww^^^~*, v< \" , 'W " ™f ' *. "' * q*( * ADS SELL! t f '^Jq-y ,V ^ ^ THE BAKfifeSPIELD CAL1PORNIAK, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 26, 193* For Sal»—Mtioillaruout 'stave plpei ii,«oo f e «t, 19* Inch diameter, machine banded, for sale cheap, In good condition. Ex- .oeileht for irrigation purposes. For Informs, tlotj, communicate with _JWemerft Water pp., Toft. Calif. BI FOn BALE—Hemstitching equipment „ and rent ot business location i P very ^> cheap. 1818 Miller street. 60 FOR SAL03--Durp pressure pump. Complete with l>-lnch suction pipe and foot valve. Phone 6924. HIGH range wood stove, large 4- burner gas stove, windmill pump. Also hand pump and gasoline en_ glue. 8781 L street. 49 FOR SALE—Colt pistol, .88 caliber; •' ' portable aVIary, electric brooder, 800 capacity! 80 chickens; 8x10..tent, camp chairs, Coleman stove, fishing poles and reels; small trailer, sanitary couch and mattress, and miscellaneous other articles. No reasonable offer refused. 2007 Bank '_ street • 49 No. 1 USED grain bags.for mllo, 6V46 each In lots of ,1000 or more. Alfalfa , seed. Cane molasses In drum*. . j£"°*5 rapidly advancing. Buy now. Sa 2 J° a <>«'n .Oraln Co., Fourteenth and P streets, Phone 885. 9-5-tf . SEWING machine bargains. Singer electric portable, »29.46, Minnesota ,el,ectrte portable. J17.46. Singer treadle, $12,95, Guaranteed rebullts. Repair*. 170H K. Phone 6380. 60 "•TIRES sold on time payments—no finance or carrying charges,, A. Friedman Wheel ft Tire Exchange, 1810 B ghtenth. Phone'6878. 63 BINDER eleotrlo portable,- $89.45. Treadle, $10. White oleolrlo console, like new, $49.50. Expert repairing. Farts. 1708 K street. Phone 6880. 60 FRUIT Jars, while they last, washed, quarts 24c and 34o dozen; pints Ida and 29o dozen; glasses, .10o dozen. 717 Bumner street, 6-12-tf FACTORY to you, Standard computing scale. Freezer cases. Store, restaurant and beer fixtures. Complete, new and used, Valley Store and Fixture Company, 8019 Chester avenue. (3 USED CLOTHING THE ECONOMY 1912 L. STREET BARGAINS IN MEN'S SLIGHTLY USED CLOTHING, SUITS, SHOES, ETC. 64 FRUIT JARS—Quarts, 24o; pints, 19o. ' ^°. a . lB ? buy rags, bottles, Junk of all kinds. Phono 1786 for pick-up wagon. 132 East Twenty-first street 6-9-tf . FUns~Factory samples. Fur coats, • Jackets, foxen, collars. Huge stock. Funf- remodeled. "The House of 1000 Fur Bargains." iow's Wholesale Furs. 183 Kearney, San Fran- 8-10-tf For Sale-—Furniture 'FOR SALE—Furniture; living room, » dining room, two bedroom suites, * rugs, lamps, stands. Bartraln for h. 2310 Seventeenth street. N0W Seamless Asm. Rug, 9x12 $27.00 Knot Pino Breakfast Set $19-50 Walnut Bedroom Sot, 3 PCS. $49.50 Double Deck Coil Springs $5.95 Large Top Foot Stools $1.60 Lly. Rm, Set, 2-pc. Velour ,$B5.CO .- .'".'." ••;'••"• USED :' ." .. " . Full Sl?e,Beds $1.50 to $4.75 ..Large,..Ivory'DreBser • • > '$7.50 Mahogany Chiffonier • "-',• $12.75 .iLarge, T_QP Llv. Rm. Sot, J2-pc. $16,96 lOO; Steel Cole HAMM SELLS FOR LESS 1100 18th, Corner 18th'and N , Phono 341 52 • AT THESE PRICES ON HtQH- •j. GRADE USED FURNITURE: '8-pc. en. bedroom net, perfect 117.96 S-pc. solid mahog. bedroom net, $19.78 •6-pc. solid mahogany dining set $24.75 ,6-po. walnut dining room set $19.76 3-pc. valour living room set $19.76 •2-po. mohair living room set $19.76 8-po. Monterey dining set perfect condition, cost new $109.50 $64.60 6-pc. twin bedroom set, buried : walnut, cost new $219.50 $49.60 8-po, walnut dining room set very Urge size, table has 4 leaves: / cost new $269 $79.80 Several fine living room sets In perfect condition, cost up to $160, special nt $89.60 POPEL FURNITURE EXCHANGE Ardlzil-Olcese Bldg. 623 Sumner St. Just west of Baker. Phono 1341. 62 Poultry and Livestock FOR SALE—Gentle 5-year-old saddle mare; reasonable; al*o pair heavy silver spurs. -Phone 2688-W. FOR SALE—Fresh family Jersey.cow. 380 Beale avenue, Rlvervlew. FOR SALE—Sorrel (failed noddle mare, 7 years old. With xaddla, brldlo and blanket Phone 6111-M or call at 604 Knot street. FOR SALte—300 white pullets, will lay soon. Half mile north. 3 mllei went Shatter. Phone 48-Y-2, Shoftor. Dave Buller. BABY and started chinks, Reds, Rocks and Leghorns, day to two weeks old. Only a few hundred more chicks for sale this fall. Buy now. don't wait. Rlv«rvlew Hatchery, old Fresno Mghwqy. 49 THE Archibald Hatchery, Sequel, Calif. Throuph the fall and winter months, hatching Whlto Leghorns, Barred Rocks and Rhode Island Reds, weekly, Write for catalog. 60 FOR SALE—200 Rhode Island Red • pullets, Missouri stock, 3 months old, l!Bo Ib. Sell all or part; also young HOW with litter 11 pljfs, 2 weeks old. $55; 9 feeder plus. 126 pounds up, lie Ib. on foot, Inquire 626 Jackson street, New Chicken Coop Cafe. |0 FOR 8ALB. rabblta. Does, bucks and ——--- 720 Boeoh street. 49 FOR SALE—Three young cows, two Jersey, pno Holetoln and Jersey; pno milking, others fresh vsry «oon. Mrs. Cobb, two miles south, one• half mile west Old River cotton gin. '_ ' ' 49 FOR SALE—One Palomino high- schooled saddle horse, gentle. Apply Sunday, September SB. between 8 and IS o'clock, at 410 Bell avenue. Rlvervlew. K. O. PoJlard. 4fl ..FOR SALE—Saddle horse, very gentle, about 800 pounds; make good cow horse, Evans Grocery store, Shady Acres Auto Camp.' 49 DELICIOUS fryers. Reds, Battery milk fed. "Their feet never touch , • th« ground," Tender, Juley. Dressed, %,' delivered, m McCord. Phone 6«67-j! - .--:-.. " 49 Wanted to Buy-Mlicidineout pricM p»W forjMtUM. ram. and othtr junk, Phone 4178 for p" «9M»n. Prompt service, 420 NlneUonth. 7-9-8t-tf :^jg .** I« rus. Bn»- botUw ana other Junk. Cat! for .pick-up wagon, 717 8uw- street. «-16-tf Radlot, Musical Inttrumlntt GRAND plaho, Baldwin parlor grand, slae 6 feet 9. Cannot oe told from new. Offered for less than half new price—* rare value. Small monthly payment.. Inquire atlbrftlth Storage Company. 8718 Chester. 49 .x^ largest ahd best stock of pianos In Kern pounty. Guaranteed, used pianos, rebuilt in our own shop. Uprights and grands. Largo selection of new pianos, Klmball and other makes. All guaranteed. Low prides ital terms. Valley Music . and rental . ._ Store. 1628 Nineteenth. 49 PIANO for sale, small bungalow, brown mahogany case. Looks like now. oood tone and action. Terms to responsible party. Inquire Qal- bralth Van and Storage Co,, £711 Chester avenue. 49 Does and Other Pits BARGAIN DAY—Water lilies. 50c; shrubs, Zftci peat moss, $2.96; parakeets and canaries, 06c; bird cages, 8Bc; peacocks, J4.05. 1124 Third ^street. Phone 7119iW. THIS is National IMg week. Come and sea all pedigreed Cocker Spaniels on sale this week. Blacks and reds, 4 months and 8 months. Just the age trained for hunting. See Russ Waters, i block east of Union .Avenue at Plunge, 49 Move Is Hailed as Constructive (Continued From Pago One) Right and Left political circles In France, and world financial centers speculated as to how Prernler Blum's popular front government would withstand tho Impact of its dramatic move when tho French chamber assembles. Britain, U. 8. Co-operate In Washington and London, tho American and British treasuries had arranged in advance to co-operate with France to restore world equilibrium. Secretary Morgenthau enthusiastically welcomed tho move, hoping it would "establish more solid foundations fo: the stability of international economic relations." Berlin Watching In Berlin, the Reich authorltleo watched closely the development of the Fronch-Brltlsh-Amerlcan co-operative movement to bring the French currency Jrfto line with the dollar and pound, but failed to Indicate what steps they would take. Tho German currency has been off the free gold standard and under rigid control forborne time. Italy,'Belgium In Rome, opinion was divided but some experts thought the lira would be devalued along with the French currency. Belgium, which has already devalued Its currency by 28 per cent, In u note to France, England and America, gave its full approval of the plan. Polish authorities announced they stood ready to co-operate, but would not devalue. •«« » ,. LKNGLET-ROPKU DRAW HOLLYWOOD', Sept. 26. (A. P,)— France's - heavyweight champion, Aijdro- Jienglet, wore an Injured air today, He tolled through ten rounds ,las,t night with trial horse Jack Roper of Los Angeles and received nothing mbre than a draw. ' The 217-pound Frenchman, towering over his 201-pound foo, gained an edge in five rounds, with two even, rlngslders said. There were no knockdowns as the two heavyweights pulled and hauled each. other. Few punching volleys enlivened the slow match, • • » » COLGATE VS. DUKK DURHAM, N. C., Sept. 26. (U. P.) Colgate's Red ' Raiders and Duke University's Blue Devils try tho respective merits of their football sys-, terns today in a game ot national Interest, BIRTHS KBMP—To Mr. and Mrs. Vernon C. Kemp, 33S Douglas street, Highland Park, Bakersfleld, a daughter, Verna Marie, September 26, u{ Mercy hospital.. WILLIAMSON—To Mr. and Mrs. George M. Williamson, 2714 Chester Lane, a son, William George. September 23. at Mercy hospital. DAVIS—To Air. and Mrs. Frank K. Davis, 2129 Truxtun avenue, a daughter. Perl Ann. September 84, at Mercy hospital. VARNER—To Mr. and Mrs. James R. Varner, 421 Olive street, a daughter, Beverly Jane, September 25, at Mercy hospital. IN APPRECIATION We wish to thank our friends for their kindness and for tho beautiful floral offerings during our recent bereavement. BONNIE AND JACK BUTTLE, CIEORGE L. T.K1DY, MR. AND MRS, LEONARD LB1DY, MR. AND MRS. SE1BERT LKIDY, MR. AND MRS. KARL KROUGH MRS. EVA B GLA88COCK. MR. AND Mlis. J. A. MOLINI. MR. AND MRS. ROY LB1DY, <b\v"t ;r»»*',l v " *»"'•* * Open Here Monday (Continued From 1'ageyine) ma,y enroll for two, three, or four eveatna*. ' { Mlher&losry.v taughlt by, Paul Van. der«lk*. " Meetings Will bo held once e(ich .n?eck, on Monday evening* from 7-until 9tlB. Machine «ho» ( Dean Smith and Milton Perkins will bo In charge. Instruction will be Riven In stand' art shop practice In handling machine tools, This group will meet each Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 7 until 9:16, \VeldlnB 1 , acetylene and electric, taught by N, t>. Stutzman, Several eight Weeks' sessions will be held, A fee of $6 will be charged for each session. The class will meet each Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 7 until 0:16. Automobile mechanics, taught by Harry Drennan. The course la limited to lectures, discussions and demonstrations concerning: repairing and maintaining: automobiles. This group will meet in room 106, mechanical arts building, each Tuesday and Thursday from 7 until 9:16. Diesel Engines ;. Diesel engine fundamentals, taught by Ray Stock. This course presents a Study of the principles underlying the operation of the Diesel motor. Class sessions will be held each Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 7 until 9:16. Shorthand, beginning, intermediate, advanced. A class in advanced shorthand will be In charge of Miss Esther Morltz, meeting each Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, at 7 o'clock. The intermediate section will be taught by MrSi Mary Rupo, meeting at the same hour. Miss Lucille Parmenter will teach the beginning! section; this group using the second period each Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 8:10 until 9:16. Typing (both beginning and ad* vanced), will be taught by Miss Mildred Virts and Harold Davy. Beginning instruction may be had each Monday, -Tuesday and , Thursday from 7 until 8:06. The advanced class will meet the same evenings from 8:10 until 9:16, , Class for Newcomers English for foreigners—Is designed to aid those adults who wish to learn to read and write the English, language and who have recently come to this country. Mrs. John Meskell will bo the instructor, and the group will meet each Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 7 until 9:16 o'clock. First iiicl—Two classes sponsored by the American Tied Cross, will bo taught' by R, J. Williamson. The first group for beginners will meet each Thursday evening and the second group for moro advanced students will meet on Wednesday evenings. Homo hygiene—A class for women, also sponsored by the American Rod Cross will nioct once each week on Tuesday evening from 7 until 9:15. The instructor will be MTH. ISdwIn Evans, a registered nurse, who Is specially certified for this standard course. Spanish (beginning and advanced), taught by Mrs. Clara 33orden. Instruction will bo given in Spanish as it is spoken in Mexico. The beginning section will meet from 7 until 8:06 on Mondays and Wednesdays, The advanced section will meet at the same hours each Tuesday and Thursday, Lip Heading The lip reading course has been added In order to meet the needs of local deaf parsons. Mrs. Nina Patterson, tho instructor, is a fully qualified teachor holding stato certificates in this field, Tho group will meet each Monday and Thursday from 7 until 9:16. There will also b|> two classes not open to general registration; one in art limited to teachers in tho public schools, to be taught by Miss Anna Maude Anderson; and a class In advanced orchestra limited to qualified musicians, taught by Harold Hurt. Several additional classes are under consideration and may bo announced lator. Pull information concerning each subject offered may be obtained from the instructors at the tlmo of registration. — .» . » MINIATURE ALPS BUILT MONROE), Sept. 28. (U. P,)~A miniature of the Swiss Alps seen from their former Canton Bern home hoe been constructed In the rock garden at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Abplanalp here to refresh memories of the land they left more than a score of years ago. •* i • WOMEN DANCE ON K.MDERS SOFIA, 8ept. 20. (U. P.)—To celebrate the feast of St. Konstantlne. their patrol saint, the aged women of tho village of Vulgarl, Southeast Bulgaria, danca on a huge bonfire In tho village square. This weird rite is carried out every year by the "nos- Unarkl," or old women. * »•» WA8 NOT DEAD i TUBA CITY. Sept. 2C. (A. P.)—! John Vogcl, listed as dead since ti body found In the Feather river a week, ago was burled as that of him, surprised Coroner H. P. Jones byi walking Into his office yesterday. The farm hand told the coroner ho had boon at work In nearby Ar-i buckle. I France h Quitting Gold as Standard fContinued *Vom fate One; rency and a virtual gold embargo similar to that now in effect in the United States. The cabinet also moved to establish a 10,000,000,000 equalization fund to use, an Is the one In tho United States, to maintain the chosen value for the new franc, Equalisation Fund The equalization fund will be provided easily from the government's profit by revaluation Which, Without reducing the present percentage of gold coverage, provides the government with a least 13,000,000,000 francs cash at a sorely needed time. | The government will have no difficulty In putting the measures through Parliament. It not only posseses a substantlsl majority but con count on the support of the right wing, notably Paul Reynaud, a champion of devaluation for many months, who recently made a hurried trip to Washington*. The government announced those six measures would be taken to diminish any hardships that might develop from devaluation: Six Measures Planned 1 — Cessation of Bank of France' gold sales. 2 - Requisition of gold with compensation at the present rate. 3 — Moves to lighten effects of devaluation on small bondholders, pensioners and war veterans. 4 — Readjustment of calarles coupled with measures to prevent unjustified increases In living prices. 6 — Ijowor Interest rates on mortgages and municipal loans. 6 — According credits of 1,000,000,000 francs at 6 per cent for municipalities; 600,000,000 francs for maritime loans and GOO, 000, 000 for mortgages, World-Wide Adjustment Tho agreement apparently clears tho way for a general world-wide currency adjustment which Is expected to revive world trado. Most nations automatically will follow the agreement of the three great financial powers. The stnrllng bloo necessarily will follow England, gold bloc nations will * follow Franco while those countries with currency pegged to the dollar will follow tho United Statcs.- ....... + • » Work Resumed in Goodrich Factory (Annotated Prem Leased Wire) AKRON, Ohio, Sept. 20. — Tho B. F. Goodrich Company plant resumed operations today after a three-day shutdown which began at midnight Tuesday duo to a aorlos of sltdowns, Goodrich local of United Rubber Workers of America voted, unanimously Thursday night to return to work. During two days of conferences between union representatives and T. a. Graham, company vice- president, both Sherman 11. Dalrymple, president of tho United Rubber Workers, and tho company issued statements agreeing the shutdown was "neither a strike nor a lockout." Prt»» Lcottti VTirff) NEW YORK. Sept. SB—While early fluctuations were somewhat Irregular, cotton was generally higher today on a constructive view of overnight French monetary developments «» a Ion* range proposition. Continued irooo demand from the trade helped prices. December sold up to 11.94 or 10 Points nyt higher and closed at 11.88, with tho general market steady at net advanew of 7 to 14 point*. Futures closed barely steady, T&u nigh or. Oct., 11,94; Dec., ll.88U>ll.i!9: Jan., 11.88; March, 11.84; May, 11.81«riJ,S8; July, 11,74. Spot steady; middling 13.84. Can Acquire Land at Malibu Beach (Ateovlatot 1'rait Leaned Wire) HOU/r\VOOD, Sept, SB.— Kllm- land's favorite beach colony, Malibu, was opened to land buyers today by a federal court decision. Celebrities who havo Invested $3,000,000 In homos at tho resort are now privileged to purchase outright the sites which they leased from a company undergoing reorganization. ...... * « « imuiNs vs. oxv LOS ANGELES, Sept. 86. (U. P.)— The U. C. Li. A. Bruins, cooham- plons of tho Pacific Coast Conference, opened their 1986 football schedule today with a double-header against Occidental and Pomona at Spauldlng Field. Couch Bill Spauldlng will use his reserves against Occidental in tho first game, saving tho tentative varsity line-up for the Pomona contest. The Bruins were expected to on- counter only a minimum of opposition from cither team, figuring to win each game by at least throe touchdowns, COTTON FUTURES TREASURY REPORT (A»>nc<a1e<i PrM» Leaned \rirt) WASHINGTON. Sept. SO.—The posl- lion of tho Treasury September 24; Tt<X!01ptn, *n ( 244.S77 BO i CiXpf*tnll ttiroH i2f>.880,834.S6: balance, |S,2!S,26R,41B,04'. Customs receipts for th« month, 127,- pr,r>,216,43, Receipts for the fiscal year (since •ly 1), l1.0»0,»Sl,a«.*9( oitpendlitires, 660.240.448.80 (Including 1053.461,' ..J.Rb of emergency AXpondltnresi; ox- cess of expenditures. i47«,70»,lS7.01, Oross debt. 133.805X94,604.35, u de- crott»n Of *3,87«,179.7R under the pro- day. Gold assalM, (10,793,808,- L. A, CASH DRAIN (Ationiattid freti Leased Wire) LOS ANQBL1SS Sept. 26.—Current local grain quotatlonn were reportnd by tho Federal-State Market News Service an follows: (Priam quoted are owt., field run, In carloads only); Argentine corn, quick delivery, bulk $2.05; California wheat, suck PI) No. 1 soft or No. 1 hard whltn $l.(m<f1.67H California barley sacked 44 Hm. No. 2 bright we»tern $1.63H»1.«5; No. 1, 4(T Htc. $1.06*n07V4; California mllo sacked No. 2 yellow $l.87V4®1.70. Man Kills Tulare Womanand Self 1'reit Learfrt llVre' TULARE, Sept. 26.— Mrs. Alice Llnebargor, 36, mother of three young children, was shot and killed late yesterday by Ralph Rader, 35, who thon committed suicide, Police Officer Henry Stotner said. Rtomer said Rader, a blacksmith, invaded the woman's home while her husband, Andy tilnebarffor, was deer hunting at Eureka, The two apparently quarreled, iStomer suld. and Mr«. LlnobarRor left her Ironing and sought to floo from the house, llader pursued her and shot her through tho back of tho hcud. Tho officer said Ruder then shot himself In tho hcud. SPBKDnOAT REGATTA LONG BEACH, Calif.. Sept. 26. (A. P.)—Ono girl, Dorothy Munson of Arcadia, and 83 main motorboat drivers were named today in a field to clash Sunday In the third annual September swcepHtaken speedboat regatta on Olympic Marine Stadium. Crack drivers from a number of racing centers are clue to compete, Bertha Tarwator, Pasadena, secretary, said. HOU8K PIIOTECTEU * BONN, Sept. 20. (U. P.)—A bombproof and fireproof cellar is being constructed at the IIOUBO In Bonn where Beethoven whs bom «u OH to safeguard tho priceless rellcti of the great composer in event of emergency. Forest Fire in Redwood^ Region (Vnittd Pren LenicA Wirt) SANTA CRUZ, Sept. 2t».—-A fast moving fomat firo soared KM way Into the California redwood purlt today. Tho flame*, uprpadlng over more than 1000 acres In less than four hours, struck tho northorn Iwuntlary of th\s rwitrlciod nroii In tho Big Basin (section of Santa Criu county. OPENING KAVOKITH NEW YOUK, sum. ac, (A. p.>~ Jack Doyle, Now York bookmaker, has made the Ulantu the favorites to win thn first game of tho world series and tho Yankees tho cholco for the Merles. , With Hubnell on the mound in the openor, Doyle, figures tho National Leaguo oharnpiona to bo a 8 to 5 ohoica, but for tho series ho quoleti 11 to 20 against the Yankees and 18 to 10 against the GtantH. Charlie Ruffing, big right bander, or vernon (Goofy) aotnez, tho southpaw, wlio seems to bo book In form after a disappointing season, probably will start on the mound for the Yank*. International Plan to Fix Franc Situation Helps Wall Street Gains (Ai»oflatt»l Prtit t.tated Wire) ' NEW YOUK, Sept. Z6.—8took market prices swopt forward with a rush today as Bullish Ammunition apparently w«s found In the French plan to devalue tho franc and tho pact for maintaining currency equilibrium, among Britain, Franco and the United States. Many Issues climbed fractions to 3 points and somo oven more, Profit taking In the final hour reduced ex- trome gains. In Homo instances, but most of tho leaders closed around their tope. Transfers approximated 000.000 shares. • Largo blocks of stockn changed hands at Iho fast opening In which the ticker tape for a while fell about 2 minutes behind actual transactions on tho floor of the exchange. The pnco slowed later but picked up near the finish. Outstanding share gainers included U, S. Steel, Bethlehem, General Motors, Chrysler, Auburn, S*«ra Roebuck, Marshall Field, Douglas Aircraft, National Distillers, Schon- ley, De-erc, International Harvester, Caterpillar Tractor, Western Union, Anaconda, Konnocott, International Nickel, American Smelting, \), g. Smelting. Standard Oil of New Jersey, American Can. Du Pont, West- inghouftc, Allied Chemical, .Santa Fe, N. Y, Contra!, Pennsylvania, Union Pacific, Southern Pacific, Atlantic Coast Line, Baltimore. & Ohio and ISlttCtHc Auto-Lite. Most In Wall Street though tho tH-partlto agreement WHS of the. utmost Importance to world securities market. NEW YORK CLOSE (United Fre»* l.eaitd Wirt) NEW YORK, Sept. 2«.— Railroads Stock— Close Atchlson SOH Baltimore, & Ohio * 26Vi Great Northern pfd... 40*i Illinois Central ;... 27H Missouri Pnclflo 2H New York Central 46Vi Northern Pacific 21% Pennsylvania 89H Southern Pacific.. 44H Union Pacific 138 Industrials American Can 123 American Tel. & Tol.... 175 Borden* 38% Caterpillar Tractor SO Cities Service 8H Columbia Uas l»>,i Ponsalldnled Cos 4S Corn Products 70H First National Stores;!!!.'!!!!!!! 47'4 Pox Film "A" !9>i Ooneral Electric i .' 4S«i Oenern.1 Foods 39U Gold Dust J3% Goodyear Tire & Rubber M*I International Harvester 82 International Tel. & Tel 13 - 1 *$*•* ' <•*'$' « r ^r\ Vf f ftS 'V North Pacific tins" KTeotric! ............. 3« Radio Corporation IOM Safowiiy stores 30 u. s. Rubber...!!!!!!!!!!!!'.!'.!!! »a Union Carbide & Curbon 9« s i trilled Aircraft 2f> Western Union 87ft LOS ANGELES STOCKS (Altoalated. I'reit I,tnttd 11%. „, LOH ANGELES, Sept. SO. -Stocks generally wore up on the Lo» Angeles Stock Exchange toiiuy with a turnover of 21.000 share.H In tho abbreviated Hrnnlmi. Lincoln P«troleum, n rio\v utock, led the ndvaiire, goljiK tu u new hlifh Ten other IsmiON wero up, 8 were down and 11 unrhangoil, Transainarlua mid Pacific Finance worn strotiK, with thn public utilities stocks only fair In activity. AlaNkn .Ttinonu if Uerkcy & day \viir SO Hi-owdway Depl. pfa 101 l u I'aluinnl Qold .03 Chrysler 120 l -j ClRiidn Noon h;i«o iO'» ("onsolldalcil <ni 131,. ii.,,,t ih." (Jreat Western Suirar ............. 86 R, J. Reynolds "H" ............... 6(i on* Atlantic n»f!nlnn ................ 27V» « Electric 140>i i Woolworth B3H i J. C. Penney SiHi-* 1 Transamerica 1S"4 I j Metals i i Amnrlran Smelting Sft^J Ananonda 8ft »4 Uethluhem Steel 6?4* ttnornatlonal Nickel , 60H Knnneeolt Copper 49 Republic Steel 24 U. 8. Steel 70»i Vanadium Steul 24H Tobacco and Sugar American Sug-oi- 5S*i American Tobacco "B"... 100*J Cuban Amnrlnari 8it(f»r New York Heavy Turnov^ la Contrast to Lull Fdt on * Western Market (Anoclated Pren teattA Wire) SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 26. — Slow trading In San* Francisco securities markets contrasted with New York's heavy turnover today. Gossip In brokers' boardrooms centered on the devaluation of French currency. Veteran observers were virtually unanimous in saying It gave great hopes for revival o£ world trade if coupled with International stabilization of currencies. Most western traders stood aside, however, to await final action by the French parliament. Few changes in prices appeared on the stock exchange. There wero 10 tip, 7 down and 10 unchanged. Transamerica held evon at 13%. Marchant made a new high at 27i,t; and finished at 27*4, up %. Byron Jackson and Dl Giorgio fruit ! wet-B up «4, and Pacific Telephone | down 1, while other shares moved only narrowly. POULTRY, BUTTER. EQGS Consolidated Mexican Kenbourd 1,114 31 >i ....... . ....... Phillip* I'olo ..................... 42U Bholl irnlon ...................... S2V4 , Stiuulura of California ........... Sf«»i I Htandard of Now Jersey Koeony Vauiium socony Vacuum lS»i "«="•>• }'"•" Texnw Company 37U i . «*«*, Legl! Tlduwatur Ans'n. IIPW IS'.t * !v"- 1 " c Motors Hens, LORN Auburn Motors 34U ' »i*ns. colon OanWal Motors .,!! !!!!.'.!! t!9 (Untied Pren ttaitd Wire) LOS ANOELES, Sept. 86.— Butter S^ctra*. S7He. Prime firsts, 34 He. Standardii—Sic. Undergrade*, 33Hc. Candled Egg* r.arire—Cloiiu «xu-a.«, a?c; Hunt dirty HtandardR, S8o: light dirty extras, S9cj clean Htandnrds. 38c; checks, 2»c. Msdlums—Clnan extras. 29c: light dirty nxti-a«, 2Xe; clean atandards. £6c: light dirty utandards. Sic; checks, 24c. Small—Clwin oxtriui, l»c; licht Olrty extras, 17o. Cusii cotintH, 2So. Poultry Prices pens. T,echornm 2U to 3^ Ibt.. Ke. * ' orns, oveij' »' ; 4 and up to . over 4 ibs., ifie, , colored, Jt; to 4 Ibs,, SOc. UcnH, colored, 4 Ibs. and up, S3c, Hrollors, over 1, up to 1H Ibs., SOc, lludnnn .......................... )M« i Brollnm, over 1\» and up to l\t Packard Motors 12>J ! Ibs., SOo. - Kry*r», Lvgttorns, over to 3 ib».. u.c. Kryors, colored, 3H and up to 1 17 .Sll .03 ' 120 U 10',J IS'i IGinsco (•eneral Paint H....!,!!!! iji'I Oladdlnp McBenn 17'i Kinner A, & At <2 Lincoln Put now G7W L. A. O. & JO. pfd. 106«4 L. A. InduHtrloN 4'1 Mascot OH Co 80 Mills Alloy H ^O Pnclflo Klnanue »"H Pacific Indemnity jift, Republic f'nto atti Security-First National ,. fclii So. c»l. I'Mlxon 30% Ho. t'al. lOdlffoii fl'.fc t)fd... S? 1 ^ .42 Union Oil of Calif 21?! Unlvnrsal Cons ijii WelllTiRtoii OH gu «-•"'- Gold 08 .40 27 U 27 ti 6% 61 jl 30<i{ 27 ',4 44 Tlmkon Holler Msarlng 63 Equipments I American I'ur Kmmdry 50>j ; Aincrlcini 1 .iMMiiiiiiUvo S(U inaldwln LocDiiiuUvti JK ! Oeiierul Tunli BSH jStewnrl Warner 19*i LOS ANGELES LIVESTOCK (Antoftalcd I'frtt l,ca»fd Wire) l.QH AKOKLKS, St'))t. 2«.—Cnttln for wo«>k, 5S«0, numilj- steady! fed nt«rrs, $7.10*8.50; ifnitn fed Bteers, $0.26^7; Mexican. f,l.»64(8; short f«d heifers. J8.XSff7.SBi (rriMsii hrirorx, $0.40 down; rows. J4,f,0't/rt,i!|>, few $B S5; cutter graiJcR, |2.T5jj'4.2?,; btilln, Jfitffl.SS. Calv»» for w«nk, 2400: Ktniuiy to 26n lowor; vc-alers. t».r>0 down; calvt's, $«(i<7.tO, f«w t,, J7.CO. and up GOVERNMENT BONDS LOYOLA WINS LOS ANOBLISS, Sept. 30. (U, P.)— AVoarlng down their opponents through forco of numbers, the Loyola Lion football team defeated a stubborn Redlands squad, 20 to 7, last night at Ollmoro stadium before 18,000 fans. Tim Bttlldogs outplayed Loyola In the first quarter and wont on to score In th« second but were overcome by the powerful Llonn In tho second half when Coach Tom Llob began throwing fresh mon ngalnst tho tired team foofn ReOlands. LE.MKK MAN ACCUSK8 SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 2fl (U. P.)—Thomas W. Mylos, specUU representativo uf John Nystul, national cAmpu.lgn manager of tho j Union party, charged here today 1 that '•Intimldatlan by major party IXJHSCH" wan rcHponslblu for the fallura to place, tho namo of William Lomktt, tho Union party's win- dldatn for pri'9l(l(int, on tho Calif or- Ukt bulliit. 4 f.imaciatrd prett l.raird Wirt) NEW YORK, Sept. 26.— U. 8. bonds closed today: TrtaiurUt 4Us, 47-52, ll». 3UN, 43-40, 108.10. 8H«, 48-47, lOe.S. 814s, 41-43. March, 108.J. 3H«. 41, 109. lIUx. ^'« ; . 1"«.6. 3Ua, 46-49. 107, .In, 4C-S4, 106.1. Is, 61-68, 104.97. 2%M, CS-CO, 102.25. Sjis, 45-47, 104.U. 2%«, 4H-B1, IflS.!!!!. Z\H. r.i.fi4, mi.i'.r 2H», 56-50, 101.4, Ftdtral Farm Mortgaa* Z»i», 43-47, 102.24, 3». 49, 103.20. Home Own*rs Loan H«, A 63. 103.12. 24is, 40. 101,23. Hwit» f"i- week, S»00, 26o lower; oraln i fuel. J10.Hr>5M1.8a; iucul«. JlOtf-lO 2t: I packlliK size. JT.SO*8.50. i direct, *toiidy; woolud' IntnliH, fs.fiOtf ! §,75; fpd shorn iMnlm. INMS.60; fendor, I »6.50<t(7.S6; «we«, IS 60<ti3 (JO. i PryerH. colonsd, over 8Vt and up t* 4 Ibn., IKc. Roasters, soft bon«, Barred Rocks, over 4 lb«, and up, SOc. Hoa«ter», soft, bone, oth«r than Uarred Rocks, over 4 Ibs. and up, SOo, Htags. 12o. yld roosters, 9c. l>\ickllne*, 4H Ibs. nnd up, 14c. Duckltnas, under 4V4 Ibs., lie. Old ducks, lie. Ge««o, 10c. YOUIIB torn turkey*. 13 Ibs.. and up to IS Ibfi,, ISc. Young torn turkeys, over IS Ibs., l»o. lion turkeys. 9 Ibu. and up, SOc. Old torn turkeys, 14c, old hen turkeys, 14c. Swabs, under 11 Ibs. per doien. S4c. Stquubs. It lb«. per do*, and up. Sfic. Capons, under 7 lb»., 56c. Ouwms, 7 Ibs. and up, BJc, )UibbItH. No, I white. SH, to 4H Ibs. t-ftch, I So. llabbttH, No, 1.'old, - 6c. -* • CHICAGO GRAIN BAR SILVER *• i SAN FRANCISCO STOCKS j 4> Pr«»t litattid Wirt) SAN FRANCISCO. 8*pt. 2fl.—Clos- ing stcckn: IIlKh Low Assd. Ins, Fund t Vi f- U Hymn Jackuon 29 29 IJI Giorgio Krt 14'i 14U Fireman Fund Ins 8« 6S ««nn-«l Paint » Com, ... IS 13 L. A. U. anil IS. I'f. -...,,. 108y, IOB<4 .Man-hunt Culc STU '711 P. (1. & K. 6 1st Pfd 32 Si P. T. and T 1SB 138 lly. KII. ft HI. C pfil t»U tio K«))Uhl|.? Potro 7 7 Oil Calif 36 fAnarttiltd I'rtu I,ta*rd Wire! CHICAOO. Sept. ZS.-rirnlns closed: . K«pt.. . $1.15',M(I.U',*; MRS. lI'MUnu Corn- S<nit., »l.ltilt 1.18'ji; Dec.. 05(4 ff96Hi>: Mny. ftmtiUOHn. Oatis: Hopi., 43*,542H*'i Use., 42Tio; May. 43Uo. Hye: Sept., 34H-:; Doc., S2*4c; May, Uarley; Sept, (Ho; P*c,, SOc. (Aitoriatrtt Frtit I.tatei Wire) NEW YORK. Sept. 26.—Bar sUv«r No quotation. r METALS MARKET T Wirt) (A iioertntrd I'rrtt KKVf YOtlK, Sept. 26.— Copper quiet; rleotrnlytlo spot and future $9.75; export $9. SO; tin uuquiHod, cither int>talit nominally unchanged. FUNERALS < Cl!DDlCBACK—Funrral services for William JS. Omtilflmck, 7», Qf T*- hBc.hnpl, will b« conducted utidor dl- riwtloii of thn Masonic lodge at the Masonic Uni|-l« (n T«h«chapt 8un- day morning at 10 o'clock. Honson mortuary U In charge uf arranga- ITU'lllH, Tldnwatcr ABBI! lfi»4 Tldewator A»»(J. pfd 103 Union Cemetery FURNISHES MONUMENTS ORAVI MARKERS FLOWER CONTAINKRS Prl«» low In kitplni wHk (•• UMM Offlp* it 0«Mittry, Tiltphent 2111 THE WEATHER Sau Joaquln. Sacramento and Santa Clara volley*—F»Jr and warm tonight and Sunday, northerly wind. Han Francisco bay r*p-lon— tonight and Sunday, cooler Sunday afternoon, irentle variable wind be- conilntc westerly. Northern CAllfornU—Fair tonlaht and Sunday, fojrs on south coast Sunday, hl«h temperature In th« Interior, srentIB changeable wind off the coast. Sierra Nevada—Fair tonight and Sunday, little changn In temperature, gentle to tnixlorata winds, mostly north and northeast. Hallnac valley—Fair tonight and Sunday, tittle chance in tamper*,- ture, mortilng log In lower valley, northwut wind. .Southern California—Fair tonight and Sunday, but morning- cloud or fog noar cuast, cooler northeast portion tonight, f«utle changeable wind off tho coast, Union Oil of California BUCK ROGERS, TWENTY FIFTH CENTURY Blasted in Flight By PHIL NOWLAN and LIEUTENANT DICK CAUUNS I As / SHOT our OP me ru/wet. A BOOT LOOS f ALQfT- BUT suooeNLV 7HS V£#VA/f9 ARQVMO ME OOT OF-TH6 6RRWARK" ROPFS RA8BS AAN/ ANKLE. TIHliM Intelligent Investment Policy intelligent mv«t- mcm policy demand* * periodic checking of tt- cuiities in view of changing economic conditions. The facilitiet of oar statistical department are available without cost or obligation. J. A. HOGLE & CXX UtMUM vin- rou ITOCX txcjtjmf

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