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Ha had Retired from nJctlve Service Ih the • * ^ V •;* f .*• ; ; *i" ' pT ' officers of the active and the" retired rned^out/to do him hohotf 1 . services; accorapknled honors dUo art ad- navy, were Sti* John's Burial was In;A3*lin«toft i* p\ -i 1 1 -^*, - •!• ^ i * f > i -. ;•• '?. • i" i .:* , -' , A, * . / - i -•'',;'•• naval; operations, loht H6o>pyeH:; at' tho , ceremonies. Four rear ad; mirals oh the retired list tttid f out- re a r admirals on the .active list, eeryed ai.. honorary pallbeiiverf. Thesd included Rear AdmlralS Mark U. Bristol, Hutch I, Cone, Jlichard H* Leigh and Reginald R. Belkhap, all retired; Harr,Is Lanipgr, Waiter R. Onerardl, Charles Russell Traiii* and Emory S. Land, on the active list. J-.":.• • -•- ••-•:-•-.; A regiment of U. S. Marines and a company of bluejackets served as guard of honor at; the ceremonies at'tho iembtery. ffhls escort, under command of Rear Admiral O. J. .•• J P H -'^^-• : ^1^^;^ ^: ' r ' n ~ I* *^ .^ f -J I. :^ >. - • •- - .;. ^ . K ! - 1, ' . • - p t * ^ ,.-,,;; •'".'." <+ -Ji'i; - J' -' r ;' - ^ >-v £ B?ii*.^'v -^i j -^ ^rl -I.' 1, I - 1 ' - I V • t - t — -m L *' _ r -» Will i f --i •fi i" 1 'Jr *- -.*• • i p ' zcs - 1 .'•- . ~< 1-1 - j ._ •J . i i 7 s •'.: A nfe>y kind of bampiign; f'lldur'* by bokt down tho Illinois and MisslBsippi rl^erfl—to being tried by Jtep^opentatlvf AVillianvIjemko, Uhtbn party candidate for pres'U d|nt. Lehiko is soon at tho rail or the packet/ Golden Ea^io, at Beoria, ill., aa the campaign cruise starte'd. fStpps yjll bo made for at rlVer to^na. Octi 1. — The . • ' t~ ' r • . - - ' .^ •/ '-• - - ' ' i - Pjbrfcbtinel po^ra ha« called for civil service exaro&mtibna to fill jbbju : date of examinations and tho boaitiofte to be pited together with October 3! InfltltuUoii bakor, $105 monthly and mjiint^nanco; aJj8|sUnt institution baker, |75 and maintenance; men only, bbtober 10: 'Ship's cook, $8G and maihtenanco valued at $2D monthly; aferiibr claim auditor, $160 'ttiontmy> 'l-meh only. Mess- than* $46 and rhalntehanco valued at $25 monthly* men, only. Junior mining enllhieh $HO cir $170 monthly, October IT: Pou^datlon driiling foreman, $1,80 nioHJhly* m,cn only. machlric operator, |100 men and- wdmen. HOB- pitea attendant, $60 and maintenance, miy. Hospital attondant, $50 rnftlnt^nahce, SVbmen only, usflfslant, bureau of correc- Lion of speech detecbj, $260, men and Women, Journeyman blnderV Worker, prevailing rite, woh>en only, Atost ?if th6 oxanifhatlorts wilt bo held simultaneously itt San Francisco, Sfin l^iego, I-os Angeles cind fedcranignto. Some will bb hold in state institutions and the examlna- jLlon for jpMrheymari bindery Worker will bo hold in Bacrahicrito wltoro a viicafttiy oxistb in the state priming plant. - • . - - * McCrcft and Jean Arthur I A QLANCli} at tho above picture jnL would lead one to bjBlleve tliat Jean Ar.Uiur and ^oe MoCi*ea are a happy pair* They are*~wlth good reason. For both tho young lady and young man havo re» cently -jvpn enormous acclaim for their perf6rmances on tho screen. Jean Arthur and Joel McCrea arc starring appoiiranco in tho new romanUc comedy, "Adventure In Manhattan,' 1 opening at the Nile theater tbnlght 6n a new doublo feature program with Zane Oroy's "King of the Royal Mounted/ 1 They romp merrily through a story designed for those who like to laugh, Reginald Owen, ThOmas Mitchell and Herman Bing are featured also. WOMEN POUND STILL TIMID Oct. i. (tJ. Rpwoliff, met the funeral cortege nt| Modern Women' are just as timid as tho .primitive ones, according to Dr. Mary Roberta Coolidffo, noted ao- the Fort Myer gate and accompan led it to the grave. 'The Rpverend Oliver Harti rector I ciologist. "All reports to the con of St. Johns Church, officiated over tfary;'* she H tales, "most women » the services at the church anrt continue timid Chaplain Sidney K. Evans, retired. I tion." of the navy chaplains corps, con' ducted: the services in the cehietery. and crave protec !P.) TALKIES BAY, < \y>«.. Qct. 1. (U. We6kJy talklea Jfto been made part bf f lhc educatlbiial iind on tor* tolnmcnt program at tho "Wisconsin state reformatory here. Offl- Snake Collector Has Many • - •. -, • C^ Types of Reptiles Bagged cxpcclod Talking pictures to become a valuable adjunct to the reformatory facilities for rehabilitating .waywaixl youth. Books Reviewed at Women's Club ~ \ - 1 r- Oct. 1,— • "The Tlim of Christendom" by Dr. Herbert Bu- Bono' Boiton was the bodH reviewed for the first meeting of the boon section of the Wasco Wpman*s Club held Tupaday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. H. Scott. The book relates the settling: of Mexico by the Jesuit Fathers and tells particularly, oi! Father Kino's work in Mexico, tho building of mjs- sionfc in lower California arid ChrlBtianlzlng the Jhdiarts, The book >Vas reviewed by Aire. C, P. Morgan. Mrs. Jack Singer Sa chair* man of the book section which will moot on the third Tuesday of each month. Mrs. B. W. Homfeld will review "Dawn v of Wind" for the next meeting at the homo of Mrs. B. W. Cran- claU 'on October 20. Those who attended the first meeting were Mesdames >V. H. Jahant, W f . Hi Held. Jeiinotle stoner, A, Ruiid, -B. Thurman,, Fred Smith, Georgo Robertson, M. Mcjdrum, C, P. Morgan, Martin, Verhoevon, C. Baum, Ben Crandall, W. H. Scott, Hutnphroy Jones, W. O. Ulcry, "Paul Moore, O. Gularte, Jack Singer, Los tor Kngl^son, Maudo Brunton. B. W. Ifpmfold, Lpland * BfieV, • C; A, Campbell, Albert Dehman und Frank \Vllkson. ADMIKAL RETtliBS SAN FltANCISCO, Oct. 1. (U. P.! Rear Admiral Edward Campbell, 64, retired from the navy today after 47 years' service which included the Boxer KebelHon. Spanlsh-Amerlcan War andAVorld War. His retirement become official Novepnber 1. oes. TUlEDTO . ' - -'' r r . ' '• . - . •"' > * -V'K r- , Mo., Oct. present is to capture bcfbre the winter the few known varieties of sn&kas not yet represontod in his famous col* lection of Missouri roptilcn. AVllh a battered hat on his head and heavy boots on his feet he spend* most flf his lime tramping through Ozark woods or poking into drainage ditches boforo the "hole lip" for cold weather, collection now includes all sorts of reptiles—raUlCBnakos. cop« pcrhcaOs, blacksnakes, blue racors, cottonmouttiH rind water moccasins. King Simlte Segregated lllnrlchs keeps his snakea under a wire iscrcoii coyorlng in a* long concrete pit. There they live ; am- k-ably enough, but, Just to bo on tho safe side, the water denizens arc herded off at ono end and upland snakes in tho other. Only ono i.s kopt in a box to Itnelf. That la a kins snake of uncertain temper. mrnka into the pit juwt to soft what would happen, believing 1 that a lit- tlt? fratemi&Sng would do it i?ood. Without, a momonts' hoeltatlon tho roptllo bolted u copperhead and tln> battle wti« on. I|itrlfrued t the other H nlid^up and joined the tno- Boforo Hlnrlch could dig: tlio king nndko out of live tnnKlo, ono polBonouH snako wa« timid. Fullier A1w> Collortor When JllnrichH stnrtrd colhvtlnff snakes ho AVUM following in iho foot- slops of his futher. tho lute Captain CharloH Hlnrlchs, a Civil War officer. Nearly a quarter of n con- tury ago his large ealatu M-as a private menagerie of oxtonBtvo proportions. Tho son still Owns a parrot known to bo at least BO yean* old. H ia tho only remnant of tho captain's collection. H in rich a has declined many offers for hie snakes explaining that it IH moroly u hobby. Home day, perhaps. mild ho, he may turn tho whole lot Hinrichs onoo dropped thd king i IOOHC In their native haunts. RMES a PouHO 1910 IMBIBERS FACK TUOUBLK N T G, Calif., Oct. 1. (U. P.) county's new ordinance prohibiting the appearance of Intoxicated persona In public leavo« at toast ono loophole for tho homeless drunken man. Ho Can stay on someone elso's property provided he has consent of tho owrior, JUMPING UKAN IS GIANT SANtfA CRUJZ» Calif., Oct. 1. (U. I*.)—Santa Cruz has fifono the Mexican bean one bottor. The now boon, which will bear tho name of the Santa Cruz "Wonder Woiin, is 12 Inches long and grows on a vine 23 feet-long. Tho bean is eatable—in bites. POROtf HELPFUL Many a house, where tho front door Is unprotected from tho elements, would be improved by tho Addition of a small entrance porch, If It IN well designed. SHE'S JEALOUS •-< \\- -.- i-. * * *» - r *<f - i t-- -J,' -* . ;. '. i - .' .V*. '.^ tv -I. - * ;!' \ . ' -i H 1 I ' - tt •H n ^ h _ f - - . 1 ChaHio Haggle* and Mary Bolund CHOWJNG ftt the J^ox today iiml ^I^rWny i» the woll*kno)vn comedy team, Charlto HuggloN u »d Mary Uoland* in "Wlvo'w Never Know," an alMaugh story of a huHbnnd \vho Uikett Iho advUv of a lovo export and MlurU a love affair Just to itcop hi* wife'n nei-v- oua eystrm properly tunod by keoplnff her wllRluly Joulouw. Adolph Mcnjou, ciaud^ GUHng- water and Vlvlonne O»born6 ar«j also 1'cHtured In iho cowl. Tho Hecomi feuturo nhowing: la Lew Ayt*08 ( Call J'alrick, Paul Kelly and Benny Baker in "Murder With Picture*" a no vol. thrilling hotel murder myatery which to iiolved with toh aid of a mo vie camera. AH an added attraction, Bob Hurn« und hi* Bazooka wilt appear Jn "Hooftopn of Manhattan" and Metrototio new« «vent8 complete bill. 1| '- - >' i- . h _ 1.' . . f m \ r - '* 7 \; :y.^- .- r - j , • -i > X b '• •*,r^.'U"r -V- 1 - J ' I ;. \ ---- -. i. 4 I 1- -H - - • ' l ...i . b '. H , H m •#>,v i . > 1, r' >• '. f < Vi' L "T:<' •uM •x- M: i--i-» * •• Ki> • »• W Y'ft* " y K- 1V • .^J *'• y ,-4. - ^--,, i;- jrc "l>lJ|i F^AUlIt 1'f •. i. - H . 1 f h n - - L i ' .Tj scoe ..,:. r. H .- - ^ '• •T',' i -'', KFI, KEOA. KT80. KQW, RtX, KOMO, KHfl. KJI*. KOA, KOA, KQML, Kt>YL, KQtR, KTAR, L*« «nd CfllumMt— «op> t»: KHJ, KG 8, K08, KMJ. KOW, KFK, RM^ KOI. KVI, KlU WiVA^NHHOVM^^ .*« 5iQO-td fit30 p. m. KERN" fthd network Council ; 6:16, Etbfert r Days Program; .. Httimiok. KNX-— MKurlon's Orchestra; 6:16. Buddy and .qtnfor. 6:30 to 8 tOO p. m. Kianx and n«twofk— PopcyA th* Sailor: BM5, MUttloal Interlude. XftC notw6rk-~ Variety Hour. ; 6M6. Orphan KNX—Jack ArmBtrong; 5:45. Orphan Annie. fliOO to 6:30 p. m. KERN and tititwork-* President Hoosovelt. NBC network— Show Boat; 6:16, President BoonevnU. •\V6XAi-NewM na*he«i «;t6, Bin- Concert to fl:4S. Muftloal; 6;15, 6:30 to 7iOO p. K2SRN and network— Major Bowes Ainateur Hour. NBC network — show Boat, W«XAt— Tonic Tune«* KNX— -Jones Boys; 0:4B, Jamea Town nind. So te 7i30 p. m. and network — Sours Then and Now. NBC network— Muslo Halt. W8XAI— Home Folks; 7:15, World Pancei. KKX—K1m«r Ooeft Hollywood ; 7:15, Pomona Kalr. 7 130 to BiOO p. m. KKItN and network— numbanetto; 7M5, MalO Chorus. NBC network— Munlo Hall. WOXAT — nnblnoff-.Tan Peercej 7:46. Cocll and Bally. RNX~NowlywedB; 7:15. Klnff Cowboy, BtOO to 8:30 p. m, Knnx and network—WHUam Hard; 8;15 ( Henftw of the Mount ad. XBC network — A.mo« ana Andy; 8:16, Symphony Hour. W6XAJ— Hollywo6d on Parade; 8:15, WBS feature, KNX— Calling All Cam. 8ISO to OiOO p. m. KRUM and nolwork— To be aniiounoml: 8M5. Corner Store Philosopher. xnr network— Symphony Hour AV6XAI— Oub Uepurtcra; 8;45» Hits find Knijorm. KNX- -l^rry T>ft*« Orchestra; 8:40, Huron Klltw. OiOO to 0)30 p. m. KlfiHX and network— Mobil l- ' J^i 1 -. tlifi^l - L " P i 4 ' - ~ l> '. - - j ".L'I;P' . --' '.- , 1 ,i i ' <>• - -c 1'V -'l. ' '•" ?'''*' 5 -f-'fj - -•*, U f-. — -r • -^^ Ro»coe Ate*, film routo by automobile Worth, Texaa, to Diyton, ported here today that and robted of $180 by on a highway near 1 Ark,, Itiat ni«ht. He pahlon*. txsra Lane and Janet t>tefc son, dancert. lo.it 130 to the $, i,Tailors in Cleveland get a bpoat,^ proving that aa ye shall ye reap. ••;*",• DAVIS as She appears In "Satan Mtet a I^ady," ono of two ftrst'run major features showing today, tomorrow and Saturday at the Fox California theater. "Satan Met a Lady" is a now thriller by the author of "The Thin Wan. 0 And what a cant. There's Warren William, Bfctte JDavts, Alison Skipworth, Arthur Trencher unit many others. Tho second feature Is *'TriUHn> West,' 1 In which Dick Fpran as a hard'»winglnflr trftll-bla«jng horn- bra tames the untamed west, Paula, stone, Gordon Elliott. Addl- son niohards and Robert Bnrrat nro in the cast, The technicolor, Happy Harmony, "The Old Houto," and latest news events complete the program. DOO CONTtlACT AWARDED WASHINGTON, Oct. 1, (U. P. The department of Intotlor today awarded a $lfel,9S5 contract to the Oeorgo l*ollock Company, Hacra- monto, Calif., for asi earthen lining of tho ail'American canal northwest of Yuma, Ariz, EIHQ THER tub* ntli Ppy Wren Took ^F ^ ^ ^ •• Arm« KDGGUS HY I Ph WIV1S GAIL PATRICK, LEW AYRBS Murder With Pictures irooki rns BANK TONIGHT TICKETS NOW ON SALE ON SEEING 2 ACE HITS CONTINUOUS AFTER 7 P. M. XUC network — Hyniphony Hour; 9:15, Chne I*areo Orrhontra. \VfiXAt-Newn Flai»h«n; 0:15. Hchoen of Stage and Screen to J»:4fi. KNX—Ncwe; 0:15, Bob Millar's Orohenint. 9i30 to 10:00 p. m. KJSR.K nnd not work—Southern Cttllfornlan Republican Cam- fn CommlttOA; P;45, Studn- ukor Champlonw, KUC network— Ifidldon Hole or- chentra, 6XAt—»M5. Rhythm and Horn an co, 10:00 to 10t30 p. m. World In Review; 1.0:10, N»C— NttWs Klaahen; I0:l&, Hotel Ht. Fruncts orchofttrn. AVCXAJ—AU Ueque«t Vrogram* 10(30 to 11iOO p. nil \V6XA1~- All UeptiiMit Program. CoUectors Will Be After New Coins NOW.. JEAN ARTHUR cars TO IOWN ...I r LI Nl V! FRONTIER DAYS "MIDNIGHT JAMBOREE SitunU?, Ht30 p. Dir-Adm. 60c NOW FRONTIER DAYS SPECIAL McC Dick FORAN M TRAILir WEST" Wtrren WILUAM BcUo DAVIS "SATAN MET A LADY" PLUI ZANE QREY'S "Th« OLD HOUSE" •f th* ft»inl ROBERT KENT In — —— - — — — - ^—^— ^—^— IB I • I • ^ T^^r—m m m ^mr^^^^^^^^^^^^m-^^^^f—w—w-^r^^^m GRANADA • • • i- - j ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^F^fB^^^^^B^^fF^^BfQ STARTS TODAY-H* FBATU 1. Frt** fanned SAN FRAKCJ8CO. Oct. Fifty-edit the opening of the Sun Oakland bay bridge November 12 Rro Wing offered to collootora, with do- livery expected into in October. Tho inmuo Is limited to 100,000 coin*. Sohiilor, young California doHlgnod tho coin with a ro« of iho bridge profile on ono tide and iho California grixxly boar on till* OlllCM*. The colnff arc being wold through bridge* oolebrnlion headquarters hard at 625 Market street. ••••kHHNMaiMiMVMHHIHHIIH ala Fall Season Opening htllfl DSO In Jam«« Oliver CurwoodU THE COUNTRY BEYOND omedy, N«w* and C*rtoo of the HOY, 7, CLIMBS PEAK OOUJSN. Utah. Hept. 29. (U. P.)— Husscl A. CheckdtU, 7, recently rllmbod tho t reacheroun *lope« of tho penk of Mount Bon Komontl, amid threatening weather condtUonw. AVI LI ON Tomorrow Night O'CLOCK TONITE Lust TWO Attractions You Live Treach Rid 68 CARTOO I • -' f 1 f - .^, »- - **'. ^ _ H * H - >- - '- - -v, * I . r - ^~ J i - > ^-i - --* '' - \ •" -•'' .- ^ » ' :• 'M" *;Z ^ i. >r i> it -*, r. I - • j ^ ft-1 -A Two Nights Only Friday and Saturday CELEBRATE FRONTIER DAYS HERE hrttlor SOLUTE MAnmws Novalty OAUIN »nd -Lit. •• ^^ TW ^—^ ^f- ^r llroom Admli»lon 55c -> , J I ' ' < + t t * : J > , t . t * r ^: - i • • * ^^ ^ m - s TONIGH re-Fron Dance *-{i /«» "-"•f.i -V*rV •r£J "•Jfci J . S& '«-.-• estra W, *' - wn *«! 00UL, i OMISSION COLEM AN, Olympic vfttremp cere*) TUybr yoij beforer t«tod I '•• * 1 V •. -•. l*v\ . ,T TTTJSKIBS hAve " what it Atakf& M ..U flavor ttyat'$ really different, ilii^ vrtuable food tiila pf fhole ^fhpft ytiur bpd^nwdi Evwy t^^tiftg *•- "• ^ 4 -*• + -•" t ' ' i - JT ,. - - bo^ul brinw you: ^ " '"" : - .:•/":•* ^ 'i' v - -V v ' "' - ' ' " : - ' ' ''/ " ''' ' ~" ' Iroh f orblop{l»r^hosphor- u. and other valueble mln- <*ZBKC*f 90NURA, fir»t-ba»om»n (168 Hits »nd 21 t , JnloaNt^M"^^ to bit* for HUSKIES every Um«." i i ' • , r ' " \ f t ' j ^ arid t»«th» Carbohydrate* for food t -«ntrfly. Pfotttn to htlp build mutcU. 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