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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1933 11 STOCKS AND-MARKETS Number of Issues Off From Fractions to Point; Dull Session • (A ssnelnted Press Leased Wire.) NEW YORK, Feb. 4.—A gentle sns lignln appeared In the stock market today, In a dull week-end session. The closing tone was easy, with a nutn- % ber of shares off fractions to more than- r a point, but the turnover approximated only 400,000 shares, .'The selling Waa n mere trickle, % while sentiment, as Indicated by brokerage comment, was not bearish on the whole. Traders wore still content 1 to adhere to the watchful waiting policy of recent weeks. The weekly freight car loadings report, showing a recession from the previous week of 24,340 cars, was about aa expected, and failed to bring Important selling Into'the carriers, Inasmuch as about two-thirds of the recession was In coal, which was affected by unseasonably warm jwenther. 4 .« Weekly Citrus .<$>- (Associated Fret* Leafed Wire) LOS ANGELES, Feb. 4.—California oranges and lemons were slightly lower at eastern and middle western auction centers this week. ', Sales decreased, oranges from 206 to 270 cars and lemons from 123 to 100, from the preceding week. Oranges declined 12 cents a box to ftn average of $2.60, but there was an Increase In the volume of choice grades of fnilt soldi They brought $2.65 a box In the similar period of 1032 and $3.54 In the like week of 1031. ' Lemons wore off 36 cents a box to n. $3.42 average. This compares to $3.67 for a year figo and $4.74 two years ago. • FEWER BANK FAILURES • ' NEW YORK, Feb. 4. (A. P.)— Forty-one bank failures occurred in the country during the past week, a 'rtecrease of 11 from the previous Week, says "American Banker." Sev* enty banks suspended In the corre- Rpondlng period of 1932« Legal Notices TRUSTEE'S SALE No. 377 • WHEREAS, default has been made In the payment of the Indebtedness secured by, and In the performance of the covenants contained In, that certain Deed of Trust Oat eel October 16, 1930, made, executed and delivered by Alfred Cohn, one of the heirs and devisees of Charles Cohn, deceased, as trustor. to BANK OF AMERICA OF CALIFORNIA, a corporation, an trustee, for San Joaquln Valley Securities Company, a corporation, beneficiary, which Deed of Trust was recorded in the office of the County Recorder of Kern County, State of California, on October 17. 1930, In Book 378, of Official Records, at Page 375, Kern County Records; and WHKREAS. BANK OF AMERICA NATIONAL TRUST AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION, a National Banking Association, Is successor to BANK OF AMERICA OF CALIFORNIA, a corporation; and WHEREAS, the lawful owner and holder of said Deed of Trust and the I debt thereby secured has applied to *• and directed the trustee under said Deed of Trust, In "writing to execute the trust by said Deed of Trust created, and to make sale pursuant thereto; and "WHEREAS, notice of breach" of the obligations of the trustor has been recorded as Is provided for by law, , and more than three months have elapsed since the sold recordatlon, find •said trustee deems It best to sell said premises and estate as a whole now remaining subject to said Deed of /Trust, or such parts as may be necessary to fulfill the purposes thereof; NOW, THEREFORE, notice Is here- '1>y given that on Thursday, the 23rd day of February, 1933, at the hour of •JO o'clock A. M. thereof, at the west 'front entrance of the Kern County Courthouse, situated In the City of Bakersfleld, State of California, the •BANK OF AMERICA NATIONAL TRUST AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION, successor to BANK OF AMER. ,ICA OF CALIFORNIA, as ,trustee, will, under and pursuant to the afore- Bald Deed of Trust, sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash In United States gold coin, the following •described property, mentioned In said •Deed of Trust, being all that property in the Estate of Charles Cohn, Deceased, Probate No, 3883, Superior 'Court, County of Kern, State of California ' and more particularly described *'OS follows, to wit: All of the Interest of the said Trustor In and to the properties . of said estate real, personal and mixed, and acquired by the trus- • tor either as heir, devisee, or by compromise agreement with the "*• other heirs and devisees of said decedent, the Interest of the Trus- tor ' In said properties being an undivided l/7th of an undivided 65% of all properties In .sold estate available for distribution - therein. Said sale will be made without cov- •'enant or warranty, express or implied regarding title, possession or encumbrances. ' Dated at Bakersflold, California, "January 28, 1933. • V BANK OF AMERICA NATIONAL TRUST AND SAVINGS ASSO- '' CIATION, as Trustee, : By A. C. Dlmon, Vice-Preiiident. •i By Ulyrfsos A. dribble, Assistant Trust Officer. /,»*.«. £8; Keb, 4, 11, 18, 1933. New York Close (United Press Leased Wire) NEW YORK, Fob. 4.— Railroads AtchUon , 43 Jaltlmore & Ohio 10 Jhosapeako & Ohio 28 Srle 6 lllnols Central 13 New York Central 18 Northern Pacific 15 Pennsylvania , 17vi Southern Pacific 16tj Jnlon Pacific 73M. Great 'Northern pfd 9% Industrials American Can 67 American Tel. & Tel 99 iorden' 21 Cities Service 2 Columbia Gas 13 Consolidated Gas 62 Corn Products 54 Curtlss-Wright 1 •'ainous Players i"ox Filths "A" 1 General Electric 13 General Foods .- 23 Gold Dust 14 Joodyear Tire and Rubber 12 "nternatlonal Harvester 20 International Tel. & Tel. 6 ilontgomery Ward 12 Vorth American 24 I'aclflc Gas Electric 29 ladlo Corporation 4 Safeway Stores 39 jears-Roebuck 18 Jnlon Carbide & Carbon 24 J thlted Aircraft 22 Warner Brothers 1 Western Union 22 Wcstlnghouso Electric.' 26 Voolworth 32 r. C. Penney 25 rrpnsamerlca 6 i'lrst National stores 61 Metals American Smelting 12',i Anaconda 6% .lethlehem Steel 14 nternallonnl Nickel 7V4 Ccnnecott Copper 8V4 J. S. Steel 26% Vandlum Steel •. 11% Tobacco and Sugar American Sugar 24U American Tobacco "A" 65% American Tobacco "B" 67 American Sumatra 8 Great Western Sugar.. 8% \. 3. Reynolds "B" 30U United Cigars 'H on* Mexican Seaboard 16H Phillips Pete 5tt Sinclair 6V4 Standard of Calif 23 Standard of N, J 25% Standard of N. Y 6W Texas Company 12% Tidewater Association (new)... 3$ Motors Auburn 41%. Chrysler 11*4 General Motors 12V& Hudson 4U Packard Motors * 2 VI Studebaker 2H Tlmken Roller Bearing 8W Equipments Baldwin Locomotive 5% General Tank 17% Stewart Warner 3V4 Los Angeles Hay t Order and Notice of Ordnr appoint • Ing Tlrno and Place for Proving Wll : and Hearing Application (or Letters Testamentary Thereon. In the Superior Court of the State o ..California In and for the County 01 Kern, In the Matter of the Estate of Amos Clinton Collins, Deceased. . rJulla Collins, having filed a pe t ft Ion for Probate of AVI1I and praying • for Letters Testamentary of the os tote of Amos Clinton Collins, deceased ' THEREFORE, In accordance with Section 327 of the Probate Code, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED, that Tuesday .February 14, 1933, at \p o'clock a. in of that day, and the court Room o T Department No, 2 of the Suporlo . • Court, at the Court House. In the City \ of Bakersfleld, County of Kern, bo am ] the same la hereby appointed nx the : time and place for proving the Will o said deceased and for hearing the ap plication of the petitioner for the Is .sunnce to said petitioner of Letter 'Testamentary tnereon, when am where any person Interested may ap •penr and contest the, same. And 1 •' Is further ordered that notice thereo be published ln< The Bakersfleld Call fornlan for the time required by law Dated January 30, 1933, I*' P* R\f TT^I'T • County Clerk and ex-bffldo Cleric o Superior Court. • Jan. 31 to Feb. 10, Inc. (Associated Press Leased Wire) LOS ANGELES, Feb. 4.—Hay, per ton, f. o. b. Los Angeles; Choice barley, $12.50@13.60. , Choice oat, $13.50@14.50. Alfalfa (delivered Hynes or El Monte): U. S. No. 1, $12@13. U. S. No. 2 leafy, $11.60@12.00. U. S. No. 2, jn.00@ll.60. . Cotton Futures (Attnclntcd Press Leasjd Wire) NEW YORK, Feb. 4.—Cotton was lower today under a renewal of liquidation combined with Increased southern selling. Prices sold back to 15 points but ral- DOWNWARD TREND AIS.F. Ten Stocks in Decline, Eight Unchanged and Four ' Make Advances (Associated Press Leased Wtre) SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 4.—Western shares finished the week with an Inclination of hunt lower price levels, Trading on the stock and curb exchanges wns slow today, and price changes generally small. The stock exchange finished with 10 down, 4 up and 8 even. . The closing gong , found Southern Pacific, Standard Oil, Caterpillar Tractor, Anglo Bank and California Life Voting Pool all down H point for the largest losses. Other losers were Pacific Public Service preferred, Shell Union, Richfield and Crown Zellor- bach A. Transamerlca finished up H at 5. Pacific Lighting 6s gained H and smaller Improvements were achieved by Pacific Gas common, Byron Jackson and Rainier Pulp and Paper, Steadies were Pacific Telephone, Pacific Gas 6s, Crown common,' Pood Machinery, Marchant, North American Investment 6V4s, Coast Counties Gas 6s and California Oregon Power 7s. On the curb 4 gained, 3 held even and 4 lost. Anglo National Corporation continued strong, rising 1 and Southern California Gas CV4s, American Toll Bridge and Cities Service pushed up slightly, while American Telephone lost 1 and, Superior Portland Cement A, General Motors and Claude Neon settled, slightly. BRIGHT SPOTS IN BUSINESS f United Press Leased Mflro) NEW YORK. — General business hroughout the country Is holding its wn, according to the weekly trada evIowH, Dun's reporting changes this week were In the "right direction." CHICAGp. — Registration of" new utomobllos In Cook county during anuary were tl)o highest since last uly, totaling 8126, against 804 In De- ember and 2629 In January, 1032, YOUNQSTOWN, Ohio.—With steel perntlons In this section holding Irmly at 20 per cent of capacity, mill managers expected n further rise urlng the next month and a better eellng on the business outlook was displayed In all quarters. CHICAGO. — Chevrolet dealers re- lorted an Increase of 76 per cent over ast year In retail sales at the Chicago utomobllo show. 161,971 OIL PROFIT NEW YORK, Feb. 4. (A. P.)—The 1932 report of Standard OH Company of Kansas, covering operations of tho new company for the nine months ended December 31, shows net profit of $61,971 after all charges. No- comparison with tho previous, year Is available. TREASURY REPORT WASHINGTON, Feb. 4. (A. P.)— Treasury, receipts for February 2 were |8,992,S7!).61; expenditures, $23,896,888.45; balance, .$448,700.621.67. Customs duties for two days of February were $1,263,264.96. SALES DECREASE CHICAGO, Feb. 4. (A. P.) — Sears, Roebuck and Company sales from January 1 to 21) of this year totaled $15,661,617 against $19,008,449 In tho same period of 1932. S. F. Stocks (Assoctated'Prcsa Leased Wire) SAN -FRANCISCO, Feb. 4.— Stock— Bid Asked Alaska Juneau 13 Atlas Implement A 2 Byron Jackson California Ink A..... California Packing 9Vi Caterpillar Tractor 6% Consolidated Chemical A.. 13V6 Crown com. vtc 1_ Crown pref. A 8% Crown-pref. B 8V4 Fireman's FXmd 41 'A Golden State 3% Honolulu Oil 9 Leslie California 13 L. A. G. & E. pfd 96>£ Magnavox '/£ com 3% 13V4 4 1 20 9% 0-% 14 >4 IH lied partially on trade buying and £""" " ".'fd en 7 * covering. May contracts sold to 6.88 Mafrhanf com >A nn fho .Wllno nnrl MnonH nt K 07 with MaiCHant COm, % on the decline and closed at 5.97, with the general market closing steady at net losses of 5 to 6 points. Cotton futures closed steady, 5-6 lower; March, 5.83@5.84; May, 5.97; July, 6.09; October, 6.29; December, 6.42; January, 6.47. dllng. 5.95. Spot quiet, in Id- NEW ORLEANS COTTON NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 4. (A. P.)— Spot cotton closed steady, 9 points down. Sales 1107; middling 5.76. COTTONSEED OIL DALLAS. Feb. 4. (U. P.)—Crude cottonseed oil, $2.40@2.60. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO, F4b. 4. (A. P.)—Hogs— 800; fully steady, 170-250-pound $3,30 @>3.35; top $3.35; sows $2.6B©'2.80. Cattle—100, compared week ago heavy steers 25-60c higher; yearlings and light steers steady to 26c higher; better grade light heifer and mixed yearlings 25c higher; butcher heifers steady to 26c lower; fat cows weak; vealers about steady; extreme top long yearlings $7.25, heifer yearlings to $6.00; best weighty steers J6.10, bulk $4.26©4.75. Sheep—3000; nominal; for week most killing classes ]5®25c lower; closing bulk: good to choice native and fed western lambs scalng 92 pound down $5.50W.75: native throwouts $4.60; fat ewes $2.00(3)2.76. Legal Notices ERTY AT PRIVATE BALE No. 124,808 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES. In tho Matter of the Estate of O. M. Jones, Deceased. > Notice Is hereby given that under and pursuant to the law made and provided, the undersigned, Olive n, Jones, Ruth Jones Wright and Olive Jones Poplow, the duly appointed, qualified and acting cxecutrlcea of tho estate of O. M. Jones, deceased, trill eel! at private mile, to the highest and bust bidder, subject to confirmation of Buld Superior Court, on or after tho 18th day of February, 1938, at the law offices of Weber & Klddcr, Room 1200 tiny Cities ntillrttng. 221 Santa Monica Boulevard, In the City of Santa Mon- Icu, county of Los Angeles, state of California, all of the right, title and Intercut of nald deceased at the time of his death, and all of the right, title and Interest that the estate of said deceased has acquired by operation of law or otherwise, other than In addition to that of O. M. Jones, deceased, at the time of his death, In and to all that certain parcel of real property, s l tun , fo ..J n tno «">«nty of Kern, state of California, and particularly described as follows, to-wlt; Tho NWVi of Section 10. township 26 south, range 26 east, S. B. B. M, Terms of rale, cash, In lawful money of the United States on confirmation of sale, or part cash and balance evidenced by notes secured by mortgage on the property so sold, Ten per cent of the amount of tho bid to be deposited with the bid. Bids or offers to be In writing and will be received [it tho aforesaid office at any time after tho firs' publication hereof and before date of sale, Dated January 26, 1033. OLU'E B. JONES, Rl'TH JONES WRIGHT, OLIVE JONES PEPLOW, Executrixes of the Estate of n, M. Jonos, Dercased. Weber & Klddou* W. E. Byrne. 1200 Bay OltloH Bids., Santa Monica. 6allf., Attornuys for Executrices, Jan, 28 to Fob, 8, Inc. North American P. O. & E. com 28'/l P. O. & E. 6% 1st pfd 24% P. G. & E. 6V4% 1st pfd... 22 Pacific Light, com 36«i Pac. Light. $6 dlv. pfd.... 93 Pac. Pub. Ser. new com,. % Pac. Pub. Ser. 1st pfd.... S?B P. T. & T. com 78 P. T. & T. pfd. ..109 Paraffine com 9% Pig 'n' Whistle pfd V4 Richfield Oil com M. Richfield Oil pfd % Roos Bros, com 2 S. J. L. & P. 7% pr. pf.... 80 8. J. L. & P. 6% pr. pf. A .... Schlesslnger A com H Schlossinger A pfd Ms Shell Union com 4% S. P 16»4 S. P. G. O. A 5 S. P. G. O. B 3% Standard Oil, California.. 23 Tidewater com 8 Tidewater pfd 42 Transamerlca 4% T'nlon Oil. California .• 10 Western Pipe com.' 6V6 12 97 4V4 70 1 4% 28% 24% 22 Vi .8 78V4 109% 10 1 90 88 3* 4H 61 5> 23> «1 44 5 10». 6% L. A. Stocks (United Press Leased Wire) LOS ANGELES, Feb. 4.—. Industrials Stock— Bid Byron Jackson 1% Claude Neon Elec 6 Douglas Aircraft 11 Emsoo Derrick com 3 Globe G. & M. com 6»i Goodyear T.' & R. pfd.... 25 Taylor Milling Ask 12 4 10 27 Van de Kainp 5 Western Pipe Banks OV4 Citizens Nat. Bank 35 Sec. First Nat. Bank 42% 48 Mlicellaneoua L. A. Invest. Co If pucifio yinunca Co £ Puu. Mutual Life 26 » Trancamerica * v Western Air Expresu 13 \ Public Utilities L. A. O. & Elf pfd 98} P. O. & E. com 28 P. G, & K. 1st pfd 24«; Pac. Lighting i:om 36 S. Joa. L. & P. 6% fifrt.. 80 So. Calif. Kdlson cum H\ So. Cnllf. Ellison 7% pfd.. 27 .So. Calif. Edison f,% pfd.. 24» So. Ciillf. Edison 5Vi% pfd. 21« So. Cnllf. <.".IIH 0% pfd.... 23; Southern Pacific 16', Bnrnsdnll Oils Chlca Pacific Western ........... 3 3 Republic p«to ............. I'. Rlchflnld Oil. .............. J Richfield Oil pfd ........... i Standard Oil of Calif ...... 23 Unlpn Oil of Calif ......... 10 IH 14 V 97V 28"> 25 37 25* 27' 24 fr 22 in 3* 2 sy 23 LOS ANGELES LIVESTOCK LOS ANOELBS, Feb. 4. (A. P.)— Hogs—Receipts for week 400; mostly steady; Nebroskiis $4.16; bulk $8.60«| 3.75. Cattle—4100; mostly steady; bes yearling steers $4.85(^5,10; bulk 14.2 W4.75; Mexicans »8.76<7T3.85; heifer $4.75 down: cows $3.65 down. Calves—650; steady, venters $5.25© 6.50; calves $4,50<tf4.75. Sheep—1325; lambs steady; hulk $5.60<S'fi,75; owen $5.75; bu\k $5.60 ewes strong nt $2.65. BAR SILVER NEW YORK, Fel>. 4. (A. P.)—Da silver, '/ 4 hlb'hor at 25 T4. SEE IMPROVEMENT Preii Leased Wire) NEW YORK, Feb. 4.—Trade changes his week have b«on "in the right direction," R. G. Dunn and Company's eview said today. It added that "stability In many branches of activity Is more sustained than at any time In he last three years." Bradstreofs found the week's busl- less record at "about an even balance between positive and negative factors," pointing out that "while business may not bo improving It is flnd-> ng new ways of making narrow profits." "While gains during the first month of the new year were not large," said Dun's, "It was not expected that .hey would be, as evidence Is accumu- atlng that general trade during tho Irst quarter will receive Its strongest mpetus during the closing weeks of that period. Confidence, however, Is more In evidence, and fundamental 1m- irovements are getting under way, despite tho hesitation which has beer occasioned by tho postponement ol plans, awaiting the advent of the new administration." Bradstrcet's reported that retal Duslness In many parts of tho country had been hurt by rapidly changing iveathor. Industrial production, except at Detroit, Inclined to lower levels, this review added. Car Loadings for WeekDrop 24,346 (United Press LcasedTVIre) WASHINGTON, Feb. 4.—Tho American Railway Association today reported that car loadings for the week ending January 28 totaled 472,088 cara a decrease of 24,346 from the preceding week and 88,256 below the corresponding week In 1932. EARNINGS <*> (Associated Press Leased Wire) NEW YORK, Feb. 4. — Caterpillar Tractor Company reports 1032 net loss of $1,616,837, contrasting with ne profit of $1,361,200 In 103J. Lost year's sales totaled $13,258,505, a de crease of 45 per cent from the prevl ous year. Current assets on Decent ber 31 amounted to $24,087,826 am current liabilities, $826,989, comparing with $27,602,901 and $866,905, respec lively, at the end of 1931. The dlrec tors have token no action on the dlvl dend due at this time. In tho threi previous quarters 12% cents a shari was paid. Indian Motorcycle Company had ne loss last year of $235,298 after al charges. In 1931 there was a loss o $392,346. Last year's net sales aggre gated $918,844, against $1,575,272 fo 1931. To,tal current assets on Decem her 31 were $700,411, and current lia bllltles, $525,164. - * • > SAN FRANCISCO LIVESTOCK SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO,. Feb. 4 (A. P.) — Hogs — Receipts for week 4400; steady to lOc higher. Top 3.8 on 169-20.1-pound Callfornlas; 145-15 pounds $3.65@>3.75; sows $2.60®2.75 Today, none. \ Cattle — Receipts for week,- 1700 steers mostly steady; 926 pounds fairly good $4.85; bulk 818-1050-pound medium to good $4.35@4.60; she stock active, steady Instances higher; 712826-pound heifers $4.40@4.BO; good cows $3.50. medium and good $3,00® 3,35; 1550-1640-pound bulls $3.35fi:3.50; today, receipts 50. Calves choice light vealers eligible $5.50. Sheep — Receipts for week, 4150i lambs mostly steady. Instances weak to 26o lower; good 78-pound wooled $6.00, hulk 73-89-pound medium and good $5.7DW5.80; medium 76 pounds $5.00, medium 91-95-pound wooled $4.75; ewes $1.50<g;2.25. Today, 1475 local fed shorn lambs $5.75, CHICAGO GRAIN CHICAGO, Feb. 4. (A. P.)— Liquidating sales of May wheat holdings by a large professional trader gave a decided Jolt to all grains today. After about 1 cent fall, wheat developed moderate rallying power, but upturns lacked forca. Part of the Chicago market support came from "spread" transactions, buyinir here against selling elsewhere, notably Kaneun City. Wheat cloned nervous '•>i'S%c under yesterday's finish, com at Ho decllno to an cqunl gnln. Oats was a sh.ndn to Uc off and provisions unchanged to a setback of 2c. SCENE AT GUY MURDER TRIAL AT L. A. CHARGE AGAINST GUY ISJPEATEO VIrs. Wanderwell's Story of Mutiny on High Seas Is Heard by Jury (Continued from. Page One) Two month* after the murder of Captain Walter Wanderwell, world traveler, aboard hit ancient yaeht "Carma." James "Curtey" Guy, smiling soldier of fortune, appears In court at Long bench accused of the crime; Photo shows Deputy District Attorney William Brayton, Deputy District Attorney Clarence Hunt, Defense Attorney Eugene McQann, William James Quy, and Defense Attorney Edward Moffett (left to right). FOX TROT ENTRIES Officials of the Coconut Grove ballroom announce that tonight's regular bargain dance Is the last one In which entries may be made for tho fox trot contest. All but five couples will be eliminated tonight and the,y will go Into the finals, scheduled for Saturday night, February 11, at which time prizes and trophies will bo awarded winners. Bargain dances, according to the ballroom operators, have proved popular with fans, and will bo continued each Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday nights. They cost only 25 cents for the evening and ladles' are admitted free. Dancers from every sector of Kern county have been taking advantage of tho reduced recreation rates. Duko Kcnyon's band provides the musical entertainment. Nat James, formerly of Warren's Pennsylvanlans and a radio singer,, and Cliff Buscel, one-time member of Carol Lofner's orchestra, are featured. SECESSIONISTS NEED 13,5]8J§NATURES (United Press Leased Wire) VISALIA, Feb. 4. — "Secessionists" advocating division of Tuloro county Into two counties must secure signatures of 13,578 qualified electors as first step In their plans, It was revealed here today. State law provides, county officials snld, that when a part of a county wishes to withdraw from the remainder of the county, half tho qualified voters In tho proposed new county must sign petitions to the state Legislature. The "secession" movement, accord- Ing to John Preston King, Lindsay city attorney who disclosed the proposal here several days ago, was sponsored by a group of L/lndsay orange growers who reportedly were dissatisfied with the county government bill pending before the Legislature. MULE WHIPS COUGAR STANFORD, Mont,, Feb. 4. (A, P.) Forest Ranger do Grost's pack mulo fought with a cougar and lives to bray about It. De Grost said he left the mule at the ranger station for a few days. When he returned he found the mule badly bitten and clawed. Nearby he found tracks In the snow which told of a terrific battle with a cougar, Tracks leading away Indicated the coifgar was badly Injured. WILL DEPORT CHILD LOS ANGELES, Fob. 4. (U. P.)— Six-year-old Hedwlg Datho, whose story of being kidnaped led to an International police Investigation, will bo deported to Germany with her father, Dr. William Dathe, Immigration officials said today. WILL DEPORT CLAIMANT LONDON, Feb. 4. (A. P.)—The American consul has been Informed by the British authorities that a deportation order has been Issued ngnlnxt Oscar M. Hartzell, who .has been In England for 10 years, describing his business as the prosecution of claims to the estate of Sir Francis Drake. CHICAGO. Feb. 4. (A. P.)— Wheat, No. 1 northern spring,. 46V4c: corn, No. 3 mixed, 23W23</,c! No. 2 yellow, 24V4o; No. 3 white. 23ffT23'4c; oats, No. 2 white. 1«Hiffl7V 4 c; No. 3 white, IB® 16'/ic; rye, no sales; barley, 2fiff36c. FOREIGN EXCHANGE NEW YORK, Feb. 4. (A. P.)—Foreign exchanges steady, Great Britain In dollars, others In cents; Great Britain, demand. 3..W4; cables, 3.40: 60-day hills, 3.39; France, demand, 3.90 7-16; cables, 3.90W; Italy, 6.11V,; cables, li.11*;. Demands: Belgium. 13.91H; Germany, 23.77H; Holland. 40.20; Toklo, 21.00; Shanghai, 28.50; Hongkong, 20.19; Montreal. 84,18%; Mexico City (silver peso), 29.90. GOVERNMENT BONDS NEW YOUK. Feb. 4. (A. P.)—Liberty bonds closed todays ,1'iH, 32-47, 103.18. Flrvt 4'4H. 32-47. 102,25. Fourth 4%s, 33-38, 103.14. Treasury 4HS, 47-52. 110.27. Treasury 4s. 44-H4, 106.30. Treasury 3%s, 40-43, June, 102.26. Treasury SI^H, 43-47, 102.20. Treasury S^s. 41-43, March, 102.21, Treasury 3'in, 46-49. 100.1. Treasury 3s, 51-55, 08.24. L. A. BUTTER, EGGS, POULTRY LOS ANGELES, Feb. 4. (U. P.)— Butter Prime, 20c. Prime firsts, 19c. Standards, IKe. Firsts, I'M. -QQc Liurife—Clean extras, l*o, ».,!;v- a.;-ty extra*, ISVfce; clean stuna&ros, 15c; light dirty utandards, luu; check!*, Ilia, Medium—Clean extras, I6c; llghl dirty extras, 15c; clean stnndnrdn, Me; light dirty standards. He; checks. He. Small—rieiin, He; lleht dirty, He. Poultry and Rabbltj Hens. Lcghorti.s, 2V4 lo 3V4 Ibs.. 12c. Honn, Loghorns, 3'.<i to I Ibs., 13c. Hens, Leghorns, 4 Ibs. and up. He. Hens, colored, 3U to 4 Ibx., 15c. Helix, colored, 4 Ibs. and up, 16c. ' Urullors, 1 to 1% Ibs.. 13c. Broilers, IH- '<> ~\\ Ibx., Ific. Hens, Leghorns, 4 Ibs. and up, 13c. Fryers, colored, 2M to 3V4 Ibs., 17c. lioaHtcrx, soft bone, 3V4 Ibs. up, 17c. Stags. 13c; old roosters, 8c. Ducklings, Pckln, ^ Ib.s. and up, lie. Other than Pokln. 4 Ibs. up. lOc. Old ducks, lOc. riceso, 12c. Young torn turkeys, 13 Ihx, up, 13o. Young torn*, ilro«Kcd, 12 llisi. up, 16c. Hen lurkoyx, fl Ihs. and up, 13q. Hen turkeys, dressed, K Ilix. up.- ICc. Old torn turkeys, I2r; dressed, 15o. Squabs, under 11 lb». per dozen, 15c. Hciuabs, 11 Ibs. dozen and up, 30u. Ciipons, live, under 7 UIN,, 18c. Capons, llvo, 7 Ibx. and up, 20c. CnjiojiH, dressed, under U Ilm,, 23n. Capons, droniiod, n Ihu. and up, 23c, lliibbltx, No; 1 white, 3 to 4 lb»., 9c. Rabbits, No. 2 whltn, 3 to 4 Ibs., Ou. No. 1, mixed colors, 3 to 4 Ibs., 5c. Rabbits. No. 1, old, 6c. COFFEE MARKET NKW YOUK, Feb. 4. (U. P.) — Coffee: Rlu 7« on Hpot 8%; Santos 4« a?,. DEATH OF JEWEL VENDER_PUZZLES Another L. A. Gem Merchant Is Sought to Shed New Light on Tragedy (Unitfd Press Leased Wire) SAN DIEGO, Feb. 4.—Search for M. Kadlsh, Los Angeles diamond merchant, was begun by police and coroner's officers today In their efforts to throw additional light on the death of Max Marcus, 62, also a Los Angeles diamond salesman. Belief that Marcus, whose flaming body hurtled from a third-story window of tho Maryland hotel Thursday night, was victim of the most vicious murder In San Diego's history, was expressed by C. P. Hebort, deputy coroner, following an Inquest In the J. D. Smith Funeral Parlors Friday night. Registered at Hotel Kadlsh registered at the hotel with Mr. Marcus Wednesday and Invest! gators believe ho may be able to say whether Marcus was carrying any gems. He Is believed to be In Los Angoles. By telephone, Hebert learned from Mrs. Mary Marcus, the widow, thai her husband was wearing a diamond ring when he left Los Angeles for 1 San Diego. No ring was found when In vestlgators examined 'the body and tho room from which It dropped. David Marcus, won of tho diamond salesman, wns among the witnesses at the Inquest Friday night. He testified that he know of no reason for his father to commit suicide. Mystery Man Young Marcus salii a man who failed to state his name had called the Marcus homo Thursday afternoon to suy hu had seen Mr. Marcus In San Diego and to Inform that Mr. Marcus would return homo Friday. Detective 8ergean.t George Agnew testified that no signs of a struggle were found In Marcus' room. Tho bed was not rumpled and It was on the bed that a pipe and several matches were found, ho said. The pipe contained no tobacco, the tobacco pouch being found on a dressing table with a partly used bottle of rubbing alcohol. ROOSEVELT PLAN PRAISED NEW YORK. Feb. 4. (U. P.)—President-elect Roosevelt's ambitious plans for development of the Tennessee river valley as termed "the first public sponsorship of the methods and Ideals, of genuine planning In any country In the world" by the Regional Planning Association of America. LINDBERGH IS 31 NEW YORK, Feb. 4. (U. P.)—Colonel Charles A. Lindbergh was 31 today. Hu attended to his duties JIB technical adviser pf Transcontinental and Western Air and the Pan-American Airways ns usual. DEBT POLICY (Associated Prci» Leased Wire) LONDON, Feb. 4.—Great Britain's debt policy, explained In detail In the recent talks by Chancellor of the Exchequer Neville Chamberlain, was qx- pocted to remain virtually unchanged after the cabinet Is Informed Monday of President-elect Roosevelt's views. Tho five cabinet members charged with arranging Groat Britain's bid for drastic reduction or cancelatlon o: the debt are out of town for tho weekend and will return Monday to hear Ambassador Sir, Ronald Llndiyay're- port on his conversations with Mr Roosevelt. The cabinet members awaiting Sir Ronald's report are Premier Ramsay MacDonald, Mr. Chamberlain, Sir John Simon, foreign secretary, Stanley Baldwin, president of the council, and Walter Runclman, president of the board of trade. Tho plan to have Sir Ronald launch a campaign to convince American citizens that they will benefit by a debt reduction or cancelatlon was not explained. There was po ; Information on how he will go about doing this but It was learned from high author! ties that his activities will begin im mediately after he goes back. rad spoken his Inquiry through th« lorthole. Quy In Shackles Shackled to a policeman, Ouy shook Is head and smiled his refusal to step p to the porthole while the jurors ex- mined tho aftercabln. Instead, he ed them to a little used forward atch, where the defense Insists tho layer hid to ambush his victim. Mrs. Wanderwoll testified the mu- Iny broke out while Guy and his wife were members of one of Wander-well's louth American cruises. The party was en route from Peru to Panama, "On the steamship, Ouy and other members .of tho crew cave my hus- anrt a paper," she said. "What did the paper say?" the was shed. "It said, 'The undersigned have .greed to quit working for the Wan- lerwell expedition from now on.' " Tho widow, who became a vaude- tllo performer after her husband's death, said the Incident created fric- lon between Uily and Wnnderwell and was ended when Guy and his wife left ,he party nt Colon. Mrs. Wnnderwell said it was two rears later that she again saw Ouy. )ne afternoon last July, she said, she icard voices in an adjoining room and luddenly heard her husband shout for lelp. "I went Into tho room and saw my lusband standing with his back to .ho window. Ho was arranging his collar and tie. Guy stood In front of him. In the same room was Eddie do Larm, Eugene Babbit and a man named Burzlnskl, two men who had joined for another cruise my husband was promoting." Guy was living with De Larm, a Glcndnle aviator, at the Ume of th« killing. Attack Alleged •My husband said Ouy had asked ilm for money and when he refused Mm, Ouy grabbed the captain And refused to let him either use the telephone 'or leave the room. My husband said Guy had attacked him." In previously admitting, this Incident, Ouy had sold the money was due him because he had not completed his passage from South America to the States. Mrs. . Wanderwell said Guy flnallf left when shu gave him $5. Mite quoted him as saying ho would return later to got the money. CARPENTER ON SHIP ROPES BABY WHALE (Aisnntated Press Leased Wire) SAN PEDRO, Feb. 4.— Carl Leonard ship's carpenter, vouches for this story and what'* more, ha has th« whale to prove It, While riding through the channel In a rowboat early today, Leonard said he saw a baby whale, about 12 fee long and weighing about 1000 pounds blow as It fed upon a school of flsl which It apparently had followed Into the channel from the sea. Fashioning a lasso out of a rope Leonard said he let go In true cowboy style and succeeded In snaring the mammal by the tall, Anyway, Leonard has the whale tied up to a dock here and Is trying to figure out what he will do with him. ACTOR FACES OPERATION HOLLYWOPD, Fob. 4. (A. P.)— Cary Grant, featured film player, was taken to a hospital today for an emer gency oper»tlon as he prepared to be gin work on a now picture,, Tho nn ture of his ailment was not announce! by studio officials, who said the role would bo filled by another actor. RED 8PATS7 PORTLAND, Ore., Feb. 4. (A. P.)— A new definition of technocracy a presented by John C. Stevens, Port land engineer, In an address liofor tho Portland Rotary Club: "Technoc racy IH Just Communism with spats.' "THANKS FOR THE RIDE" It was a heart-felt thank you that Chief Officer William Rowen (right) of the freighter Exettr City Is extending to Captain OIUs Stadman of th* 8. S. Amsrlean Merchant In Nsw York, For Stadman swung his liner out pf course to rescue Rowen and 21 of his companions whan the Exatar City sank. Four members of the Exatar City eraw war* washed overboard. EWED TO PERSIAN PRINCE (United Frets Leased Wire) PARIS, Feb. 4.—Mrs. Doris Mercer Kreage, divorced wife of Sebastian S. Kresge, founder of the Kresge chain stores In the United States, was married here January 30 to Prince Farld Khan Sadrl, of Persia, It was revealed today. The ceremony was performed In the moslem • mosque here. The bride does not Intend to embrace the religion of her husband, A civil marriage ceremony was held. The couple lelt for a honeymoon In Egypt. The prince Is a great-grandson of the former Persian grand chancellor. He has been a 1 chamberlain to the shah. Princess F«Hd Khan Sadry Is the daughter, of Captain Oeorge A. Mercer of PHUburg. She was divorced from Perolva.1 D. Harden, magazine editor, before she married Kresge In 1924. She was reported to have obtained a $2,000,000 settlement when her divorce from the chain store magnate was made final In 1D28. JAPANESE TEA ATAGEOF '• (United Press Leased Wire) KAMAKURA, Japan, Feb. 4.— Kahcl OUinl, known as. the tea king of Japan, died at his ktome hero laat night following a honrt attack. Hu was 81 years old. Otanl entered tho tea export business at Yokohama In 1882 and his work In developing the Industry was recognized by the governmunt In 1907 when he was decorated with the third order of merit. He organized the Japan Tea Manufacturing Company In 1804. Otnnl became known In tho United Status In 1898 when hu went to Washington and made representations to President McKlnley against the high tariff bo Ing- levied against. Japanese tea. Tho tariff was substantially lowered the following year. TWO L. A. FLYERS HURT MEXICO CITY, Mexico. Feb. 3. (U. P.)—Archie Sneert and .luck Rand, Los Angeles aviators, Injured when thnlr piano crashed In taking off at Pueblu yesterday, arrived here today. Their hurts probably will heal within a few days. Sneed said they would return to Los Angeles as soon tut a broken wing of tho plane was r«- pulrcd. » . > '.VANT TO SWAP FARMS l/.KXIOO i-ITY, Feb. 4. lU, P.)— Tim government WUB understood today to have received petitions from sevnnil Mexlctui farmers living In California cuggcstlng the e*chnnge of thHr farms for lands onn«it by Americans In Mrslco. The farmers said they wanted to return to Mexico but could not sell their California farms. FRESNAN LOSES WIF« FRK.SN-0, Feb. 4. (IT. P.)—Mrs. Catherine Couti's today held a final decree of divorce from J,, Lloyd CotiloB, wealthy Fresno s«rvlcn station owner, who now Is In federal prison for his alleged part In "tho community still case" more than a yoar ago. Mrs. Coates charged creulty. BANK PLAN APPROVED SAN KKANCI8C0. Feh, 4. (A. P.)— Approval of tho reorganisation plan for the recently closed WljKgfleld banks In Nevada was annourux'd here today. Official xanctlon was given by the Recount rni- 1 Ion Finance Corporation authorities In Washington. TREMORS CONTINUE NAPLES, Feb. 4. (A. P.)— Tremors |p the vicinity of Mount Vesuvius, which Ktiirted Thursday morning, con- tinned today, bringing th* total to nearly 2'- n

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