The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 20, 1933 · Page 8
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 8

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THE B AKERSFIELD CALIFORNIA!*; FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1933 HARRY COFFEE'S It's a gigantic event, an emphatic quality evenV a dazzling value event, for here are prices cut substantially under the historic low prices of Fall, 1932. SUITS AND O'COATS These were (re«t values at regular •rices. At this price it's the chance of a lifetime. Fine textured woolens, the kind that just never seem to wear out. By •11 means sec this group of suits and overcoats. $19 95 Woolens from the nation's finest mills are included in this grouping. Fine fabrics and exclusive tailoring at real savings. Society Brand and Braeburn garments with their superior styling and real hand tailored distinction. $6.85 $3.15 $5.95 $1.49 $1.0O $2.65 $1.0O "ODYSSEY" OF YUMA INDIANS DISCOVERED W ASHINGTON, Jen. DO.—An Amor- Icnn "Odyssey" 1ms bonn rocov- ered by the bureau of American ethnology of tho Smithsonian Institution. It Is In the form of u uotig cycle passed alottK from fathers to sons for many generiiUoiis among: tho Yurnu Indians of the California mountains u.nd concerns thn cosmic wanderings of "Wonder Boy," the tribal hero In this song cyclo Wonder Boy sets out to find his dead father. Hu comes to tho place where ho was born, but "he found tho house disserted and nothing but the tracks of birds and snakes about the place "So ho traveled on with'only one desire In mind. Finally he stopped, made a, fire and poured water on It. IIo piled up the wot, hot ushos, ran (Associate* Prc»s Leaieit Wire) his hand through thorn, and brought up his father who had died before his birth. Tho features did not look like those.of a human being. " 'T°'i must remember,' the father said, 'that my bones, mien as my shins, are being used by other 1 people as shinny sticks and that the man who killed ma nan caused mo to Inhale nothing but dust MO that T would become dry find could not bo brought to life again.' " Wonder Boy, tho cyclo BOOS, could have brought his father back to llfo but .did not because that would ha'vc established a precedent by which every human being could be restored to life. t«ater he wandered over the earth, naming mountains and animals, each song tolling how lie bestowed those names. FRIGHTENED TO DEATH UNION CITY, Pa., Jan. 20. A: P.1— Unharmed as she fell between tho wheels of a truck, Alice Rogers, 0. died of fright, the coroner's offlco said. Tho vehicle passed over the child without touching her. Tho girl got up, scampered away and fell dead at tho curb. COULD BE CLEANER CHICAGO, Jan. HO. (A. P.)— Maybe Americans still are the soap and water champions of tho world, but, said Henry n. Roger, talking before the Illinois Mauler Plumbers' Association, there remain some B, 000,000 homes In the United States sans bathtubs. FUNERAL HELD FOR QUIDEv •VV1CKENBURO, Ariz., Jan. M. (A. P.)—Funeral, services ware held here today for William Wallace Bass, 84- yeax-old pioneer guide and humorist, credited with having originated the story that tho Grand canyon got Ito start when n. Scotchman lost u penny In a gopher hole. ENTOMOLOGIST DIES LOS ANOJBUBS, Jan. 20. (A. P.)— H. Li. Nougaret, well-known California entomologist and adviser of grape growers, died in Izmir, Turkey, according to word received from tho state department at 'Washington by his widow. Mrs. Entllnp Nuumiri'l. Florsheim Shoes. . Other Fine Shoes . . Leather Jackets . . Flannelette Pajamas Slip-on Sweaters . . Fine Fur Felt Hats Lined Cape Gloves Women's Silk Hose Hundreds of Other Items at BARGAIN PRICES BUY NOW AND SAVE V HARRY COFFEE CLOTHIERS SINCE 1904 FRESNO • lAKERSMELO Was $49.95 FOR 6 DAYS ONLY 7-TUBE...ALL WAVE.. .TWIN SPEAKER...SUPERHETERODYNE RADIO $4.00 Down, $5.50 Monthly, Plus Carrying Charge If* no trick to get distant stations or ships at sea with this set, to follow police calls or hear airplane signals—even European stations, under ideal conditions. From 15 to 500 meters, any regular or low wave broadcast is yours for the choosing. Clear and sharp, the sensitive superheterodyne circuit brings every note of it- to the twin super-dynamic speakers that are linked by continuous ton* control. And they deliver it, rich with resonance, to you. Inspect the beautiful console cabinet You'll wonder how it is possible to sell this set, complete with tubes and installed, lor poly $39.95. Licensed by B. C, A. and Hazeltiae. MONTGOMERY WARD 6- Co. DOUAR EVERY PURCHASE SATURDAY JAN. 21. REDLICK'S Soft Spun Huck Towels A special purchase of regular 15c towels for Dollar Day only. 1 2 FOR $ 1 • A Dollar Combination Sale One 81x99 three-year sheet .and two 42x36 three-year cases. ALL <T <fl FOR 9 JL m Tomorrow Is DOLLAR DAY First of All! - Saturday Only—A Dollar Sale of DOROTHY DEAN WASH FROCKS! ==s Redlick's Second Floor •••• New!—Brand New I 40 Spring Styles I Made of Genuine "A-B-C" Percales. Guaranteed Absolutely Fast Colors. All strikingly new frocks, each with' the fashion marks of springtime. Dainty new colors and very dressy styles. Saturday will be a splendid time to buy not one but several of these frocks at so low a' price. POSITIVELY FOR THE ONE DAY ONLY—SATURDAY 150 SILK DRESSES January Clearance brings this wonderful group ' of late, fall and winter frocks at the one ,low price below. In the group there, are many and varied kinds of silks and rayons .*. . both plain and prints. The size range is most complete and the values are all outstanding. DOLLAR DAY Values to $12 3 124PRS. SILK HOSIERY This Dollar Day offering of "line silk' hosiery In• eludes four-thread sheer chiffon of all-silk, with run-stop tops and all-silk feet. . . . Also five-thread semi - service silks with lisle tops, In fall and also new spring colors, including harmony, image, cinder taupe, mist and town- wear. DOLLAR DAY -3- $ PURS 2. 326 Yds. SILKS RAYONS Here la a Dollar Day Bilk sale of Importance. You may chooae from printed silks, Neko crepes, rayon brocades, plain silk crepes, slip satins, Merrlglo satins, and other wanted silks. These are all of high quality. The value to 9Bc the yard. NO PHONE ORDERS DOLLAR DAY EVERYBODY SAVES A DOLLAR! ON SHOES SATURDAY Men's, Women's, Boys' and Girls' | Select Any Shoe in Our Regular Stock, $4 or Over That Has Not Been Previously Reduced—Buy it at a Reduction of $1 OFF! Big Table of Misses' and Children's Shoes This group Includes good-looking quality oxfords, also T-strap pumps up to size 11. The oxford styles up to 2 In misses' sizes. ALL ONE PRICE SATURDAY. Tir»T T A t> r» A V Tlf A f M ITT OrtP HTTOT? 1 TVFP A PTMRMT n. 2-Thread Massage Towels This is a very fine quality Turkish towel. Size 18x18. [ 12 FOR 27-Inch White Daisy Flannel This well-known quality. A limit of 11 yards to customer. NO PHONE ORDERS U YDS. FOR Genuine A. B. C. . Percales A table of eptire new spring patterns . . . all fast colors. NO PHONE ORDERS YDS. FOR $1. B. M. C. Sanitary Napkins Packed 12 in a box. New styles. NO PHONE ORDERS BOXES FOR $1. Women's Handkerchiefs A clearance group of splendid quality handkerchiefs. DOLLAR DAY ONLY. 12 FOR $ 1 • OFF BLANKETS AT |5.95 OR OVER COMFORTS AT |5.00 OR OVER CORSETS and GIRDLES AT $6.00 OR OVER CHILDREN'S COATS AT $5.00 OR OVER HAND BAGS AT $3.95 OR OVER g-BIG $ DAY SPECIALS! MEN'S DEPT.g Men's Fine Rayon Hose Fancy rayon, guaranteed linen heel and toe. PAIRS FOR.. $1 Broadcloth Shirts for Men Well-known brands, guaranteed fast colors, shrunk. DOLLAR DAY $1 Men's Fine Linen Hdld's. J /t-in. hem, all pure linen, full size. Regular 25c. FOR. A Sale of Hose for Boys Bolh heavy "weight cotton and rayons, in fancy patterns. Sizes 8 to 10. PAIRS FOR. Kaynee Brand Boys' Shirts A clearance of broken lots, plain and fancy patterns, fast colors. 2 FOR $!• Broadcloth Shorts for Men In fast colors, full cut. A choice of a good assortment of patterns.- Chalmers' Union '* Suits Men's heavy weight suits, some in wool mixtures* Long and short sleeves. DOLLAR DAY.. ....... Men's Canvas Gloves FOR. $1. With leather palms, heavy weight . . . with knitted wrists. Regular 25c. 6 PAIRS FOR ..... $1. Household Cleaning Sets One O'Cedar mop, one bottle O'Cedar polish and one Shino mitten duster. Regular price $1.80. DOLLAR DAY...... $ DAY-BASEMENT REDLICK'S PYREX CASSEROLES—iy a -quart size, with utility cover. Two dishes in one. Former price $2.00. KNAPP ORANGE JUICERS—Made of pure aluminum, easily operated by band. Regular price is $1.50. SANITARY KITCHEN GARBAGE CANS— Two-gallon size, foot lever action, and a rubber drain mat BOTH FOR 24x48 CHENILLE THROW RUGS—Those aro very dainty qolors in Spaniuh put torus. An Extra value for Dollar Day. Self-Wringing Squeez-Ezy Mop Tested and 'guaranteed* and indorsed by "Good Housekeeping." DOLLAR DAY.... $1. REDLICK'S

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