The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 27, 1933 · Page 5
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THE BAKEHSF1ELD CAL1FORNIAN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1933 SINISTER ACTION Denial Made Nation Aided in Flow of Gold From United States I:\nnor.iatei1 Frets teased Wire) PAHTS, Jan. 27.—A Hat denial that the Bank of Prance had liquidated Its dollar holdings In the autumn of 1D31 or had done anything to aid tho flow of gold from the United States, was made by Governor Moret at the bank's nnnunl meeting. "The bank," he said, "systematically avoided Intervention during the period of nervousness and notably abstained from disposing of Its dollar holdings in • the autumn of 1031, during tho course of which the United States had to meet Important withdrawals of foreign cnpltnl." Ho said the gold holdings of the bonk were Increased during 1932 by J5SO,000,000, but -the value of the bank's stock decreased from $16.40 a share to $8. The bank's policy Is extremely prudent, ho said, owing to tho presence HI France of a large amount of foreign holdings liable to sudden withdrawal. Moret on Id France Is In a relatively good economic position. He criticized tariffs, declaring that f world confidence will not bo re-established until "artificial Interventions" arc abolished by united action. Ho nailed for their progressive abolition. POLICEMAN AND TWO Press Leased Wire) . PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 27.—Blazing pistols in the hands of a marksman- killer claimed the lives of two women and a policeman test night In what authorities said may have been the outbreak of a vice-war. ~ In a darkened house near the center of the city, Mrs. Yctta Cooper, alias Cohen, alleged proprietress of a disorderly establishment, was shot through the head with a .45 caliber pistol, and a young woman tentatively Identified as Patsy Miller was shot between the eyes. A third woman in the house was slightly wounded. In an exchange of shots with the slayer, as he fled through yards at tho rear of the house, Patrolman Frederick J. Dolan was killed. Tho slayer escaped amid a fusillade of shots from police who went to the HCPflG. ' More than a. score of persons were rounded up for questioning soon after the slaylngs but no arrests were made. Among those detained was Ben Cooper, alias Cohen, husband of one of the dead women. VESSEL IN DISTRESS CRAWLING TO PORT (A ssoviatcrl Press Ceased Wire) SEATTLE, Jnn. 27.—The 3500-ton freighter Everett, with temporary repairs apparently having been made to its engines, wns limping: along at n. iiace. of six knots about 1000 miles off ine Washington coast early today. •Bound for the orient and 12 days out of Seattle, the vessel radioed shortly after 7 o'clock Inst night that the main engine's exhaust and two condensers were gone, and that as- slqtance was needed. Near midnight, however, the ship messaged that It . was making six knots. Meanwhile officials of the American Mfill Line here ordered two sister vessels, the Seattle and the Tacoma, which were In the vicinity, to pro- »ceed to Its assistance and the order was not rescinded when the later message was received. . Teacher Is Given Freedom on Bond (United Press Leased Wire) T.OS ANGELES, Jan. 27.—On his, promise to appear in Treka February' II for hearing on a charge of issuing 11 bad check, Alfred Livingston, Jr., :!6->ear-old geology teacher at Los Angeles Junior College, had gained his liberty today. Livingston allegedly gave a worthless check for $30 while conducting summer classes In the Mount Shasta district last summer. He said he wound make full restitution, and denied he knew the check would not bo honored. Street Car Lines Robbed of $2219 SAX FRANCISCO, Jan. 27.— Forcing imstr way Into the Sutro barns of the Market Street Railway early today. three bandits bound and gagged the night dispatcher and carried away a "safe containing $2219. The dispatcher, Paul Frasher, maneuvered his body until he could kick a telephone off a table. His muf- .fled cries for help, directed into the transmitter, brought police. PRINCE ENGAGED COPENHAGEN, Denmark, Jan. 27. (A. P.) — The engagement of Prince Knud, youngest son of King Christian, lo his .cousin, Princess Caroline Ma- ihtlde, daughter of Prince Harald, brother of the King, was announced today. He is 32 and she Is 20. NASAL IRRITATION Rtlitvc all dryntu and irritation by applying 11 •ntholatum night and morning. MENTHOLATUM AUTO GLASS SPECIAL (Two Week* Only) Any Sixe Crystal Door OUn Installed for »2.2S Tribble GlaM and Mirror Works 1»08 Nineteenth Street Phone 314 RIVER SURRENDERS OLD CANNON Back in 1864, when political feeling was Intense in the far west, Democrats at Albany, Ore., threw Into, the Willamette river this ancient cannon. so Republican!, Jubilant over Lincoln's re-election, couldn't fire salutes. Recently, • gravel dredge brought the relic out of the river. South Bend, Ind., Has Lowest Death Rate (Associated Presi Leaned Wire) WASHINGTON, Jan. 27.—The low- eat mortality rate for the week end* Ing January. 21 among 85 cities re-porting to 'the department of commerce division of vital statistics was South Bend, Ind,, with a rate of 5.5 per 1000. The highest was 23.1 In Fall River, Mass. Both South Bend and Port Wayne In Indiana, and Canton, Ohio, and Spokane, Wash,, reported the lowest Infant mortality rate, with no deaths In that division at all. MOSCOW DENIES REPORT MOSCOW, Jan. 27. (A. P.)—Reports that Russia and China, who recently renewed diplomatic relations after a four-year lapse, have entered a secret agreement to strengthen the Chinese boycott on Japanese goods was denied today In a government announcement. SAILS FOR MORE SPEED RECORDS IN U. S. Bound for the white sands of Daytona Beach, FIs., Is Sir Malcolm Campbell and his reconditioned racing oar, Bluebird, with which he hopes to break his present speed record of approximately 260 miles an hour. SLEEPY PIG HOLDS UP MAIL DELIVERY LANCASTER, Pn., Jan. 27. — Earl Lefever, rural mnll carrier, adopted the slogan of the air mall force, "the i mall must RO through" for his own' but. he didn't count on n sleepy pig. Lefever stopped at H farmhouse, delivered some mnll. xtartcd his automobile ngnln and found his front wheels HUddenly lifted Into the nlr. That wasn't gnUIng the mall' "through" HO Lefever cllmbefl out and went forwnrd. Under the wheels hn saw a. largo- Hlzed pig Just waking from n quiet snooze nml not liking the weight on his hams and pork chops one bit. The mall didn't go through for 25 minutes for It WHS necessary to obtain a large Jack to lift the automobile from the pig, chase the mobile pork loin bearer back In Its pen, and restart Charge Purchases Will Appear on February Statements—Payable in March Bu y Now Saturday, Monday and Tuesday save NOW Look! Look! Percale Sheets! Cannon Towels Sizes 20x40 to 22x50 at Only Heavy double-thread Cannon towels with colored borders. 24c The Finest Quality Cotton ' Next to Linen Size 63x99 , . 79c Size 63x108 89c Size 72x99 .."..... 89c Bucilla Package Goods A special purchase from the manufacturers of Bucilla package goods makes this sale possible. Worth while values. Off This sale group includes bedspreads, scarfs, pillows, laundry bags, etc. Stamped for simple embroidery, thread included. BALCONY Entire Stock of Reg. $1.00 Undies A special price reduction on our regular $1 undies. Lot also includes singlettes up to $1.95. Hurry! Hurry! 89c MAIN FLOOR Slips, dance sets, panties, gowns made of silk or rayon specially priced for three days only. Sale! Women's Fall Shoes Out they go. Entire stock of fall suede and kid leather shoes. Styles are pumps, straps and ties. Values up to $5.95. Not every size in every style, but lots of shoe for the price. MAIN FLOOR 1 99 pr. Just 31 Kiddies' Silk Dresses A limited amount of regular $1.19 kiddies' dresses in pastel shades; self-trimmed with cute tucks and ruffles. Clever styles in sizes 3 to 6. See this group, mothers. , 89c BALCONY Month-End Radio Clearance While they last, Majestic, Crosley, Plu'lco, Jackson Bell and Tiffany tone radios at this low price and up. ' For a demonstration phone 4700. Service on any make of machine, $1.00. Weill's radio service. BASEMENT Men's $1.00 Flannelette Pajamas 69c Every flannelette pajania must go. Hence this drastic reduction. Most all sizes in a wide assortment of patterns. Hurry, men. This is a real value. BASEMENT New Spring Flannel Skirts $1.95 Beautiful all-wool flannel skirts in ah assortment of the cutest styles you could imagine. Every new shade including white and gray. Sizes 24 to 34. BASEMENT New Fast Color Wash Frocks Brand new spring styles and patterns at this low price. Guaranteed fast color. A new dress if it fades. See this value group at WeilPs. Sizes 14 to 52. WEILL'S BASEMENT 59c RED HOT VALUES Limited Quantities; Shop Early 2-lb. Wool Batts 72x90 sizes. Clean white, pure virgin wool batts. What a buy. MAIN FLOOR Outing Flannel 1O? 36-inch stripe patterns or plain color outing flannel at only lOc yard. MAIN FLOOR yd. 54-Inch Woolens Mottled effect for skirts and dresses, in mixtures and stripe patterns. Hurry 1 MAIN FLOOR 80x105 Bedspread Brocaded cotton spreads d» -tf OQ in novelty patterns. A <]) I <wt/ wide color selection. JL. MAIN FLOOR 36-Inch Shirtings A fine quality rayon stripe shirting in a wide color assortment. MAIN FLOOR yd. 36-Inch Challies 10 Yards for 95c Attractive patterns for covering comforters at this special price. MAIN FLOOR $2.95 Fownes Gloves $239 Weill's regular stock of Fownes kid gloves at this reduced price. MAIN FLOOR Sewing Machines $100 Cleaned and Adjusted Expert Work Wool Jersey Suits 50c 100 per cent pure wool jersey two-piece suits and dresses. Sizes 3 to 6. A value. BASEMENT Boys' Sweaters Boys' Jacquard pattern sweaters in long sleeves, V neck styles. Sizes 28 to 34. BASEMENT 5-Foot Stepladders $100 Strong, serviceable stepladders with rodded steps. Steal at only $1. BASEMENT Garbage Cans Large size, 8-gal. garbage cans, made of heavy galvanized iron. Hurry! BASEMENT $1.50 Door Mats Size 15x26, extra heavy rt» ^ A A fancy colored door mats. <P I vrvf WEILU'S BASEMENT All Fur Trimmed Coats A final cleanup of all furred coats. Values up to $39.50 included in this great assortment. See them. At Tremendous Reductions $ 15 Furs are Fitch, Skunk. Mannink, French Beaver, Badger, Mink Tail. Colors arc black, brown and wine. MAIN FLOOR Look! Sports Suits and Dresses Two and three piece suits, one-piece dresses. This group includes boucle and diagonul weaves. K n i I and crepe wools. OFF Reg. $5.95, now. Reg. $6.95, now. Reg. $7.95, now. Reg. $10.50, now Reg. $12.50, now Reg. $15.00, now MAIN FLOOR .$2.98 . $3.49 .$3.99 .$5.25 . $6.25 . $7.50 Sport Coats Regular $19.60 coata. All wool tweeds, diagonal checks, novelty weaves. All silk lined coats at only MAIN FLOOR $2.95 Print Dresses Dresses for the larger woman In rayon prints, guaranteed fast color. Sizes 3G to 46. MAIN FLOOR 99c Regular Stock $5.95 Silk Dresses To make room for new spring dresses we have taken this drastic reduction. Not all sizes in every style but a value almost beyond compare. MAIN FLOOR X Reg. $2.95 Silk Gowns and Pajamas Beautiful face trimmed gowns and pajamas. Made of fine quality all silk French crepe in pink or tea rose. Worth $2.95, but on sale at only $1.95 Saturday at Weill's. MAIN FLOOR -^ • B Corset Special $O98 Values to $8.50 Foundation garments at a saving you can't afford to miss. Most all BiZOH. MAIN FLOOR 2 Hosiery Cleanup The last pair in a box sale. Values up to $1.95. Chiffon and service weight. A worth while savings. MAIN FLOOR 1000 Pairs Shoes for Men, Women, Children / Out they go. We expect to be sold out of this special feature by 2 p. in. Saturday, so shop early for your shoe bargain. Values up to $6.00 in this group. BASEMENT Brand New Spring Dresses New style effects, new spring colors. Regular $3.85 dresses for Saturday only at this reduced price. A dress for most every occasion in this feature group. All sixes. BASEMENT $O50 3 Higher-Priced Children's Coats Only 37 higher priced children's couts in this group. Values up to $4.95, in assorted colors and sixes. Buy now for next year; you'll save many dollars. WEILL'S MAIN FLOOR

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