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LAST EDITION LAST EDITION COMPLETE ASSOCIATED PRC88 LEASED WINK THE GREAT NEWSPAPER OF THE SOUTHERN SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY FULL AND EXCLUSIVE UNITED PRESS REPORT VOL. XLII 12 PAGES BAKERSFIELD, CALIFORNIA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13,1933 TWO SECTIONS No. 169 TWO BEATEN TO DEATH ON DESERT COLORADO MILLIONAIRE KIDNAPED PAHLtl PUN MacDonald Tells Mouse of Commons Wide Range Embraced DELEGATES NOT TO HAVE FULL POWER Program to CoN 7 er Field Outlined for World Conference Program for Taxation Is Outlined by Baruch Rev. W. A. Sunday 111, Indigestion, Heart Ailment (Vniied frets Leaned Wire) DES MOINES, Iowa, Feb. 13.— Rev. William A. (Billy) Sunday, 69-year-old evangelist, was confined to his hotel room today recovering from an attack of acute indigestion and a heart ailment. He probably will be taken to Rochester, Minn., for treatment late this week, later going to California to recuperate. (Associated PICKS Leased Wire) \ L ONDOK Feb. 13.—Prime Minis-! ter MacDonald told the House of Commons today that the debts discussion at" Washington next month will range over the whole program outlined for the projected world economic conference. In an important statement to the House he accepted the wider scope for the debts conference, declaring the whole effort In those negotiations would be for a harmonious approach to the problem with the United States. He did not indicate that the British delegation, which he probably will head, would be empowered to make "any dellnlte decisions at Washington. Six-Point Program Economists who evolved a tentative DEBTOR RELIEF BILL WAILED Will Apply to Individuals | Only; Corporations ! Eliminated program for the world economic conference, to be held some time this * summer with Mr. MacDonaJd presiding, divided their detailed recommendations Into six primary subjects for discussion at that meeting: L Monetary and credit policy. 2. Prices. 3. Resumption of the movement of capital. 4. Restrictions on international trade. 5. Tariff and treaty policy. 6. Organization of production and trade, "Will tho House have a general Idea of what proposals the British government Intends to ask the United States io discuss?" George Lansbury, floor leader of the Labor party, asked the prime- minister. "The agenda drawn up by the committee of experts preparing for the world economic conference covers the field," Mr. MacDonald replied. Lansbury Interrogates A Mr. Lansbury persisted: "This Is very Important. Will tho House and the country be given any Idea of the British proposals on tho war debts?" • "It has been stated again and again," said the prime minister, "that as far as war debts are concerned we want an agreement with America •which will enable us to pursue our European policy." The labor leader continued to press him. "Surely," he said, "the Commons and the country arc entitled to ask for a clear statement df the lines of the policy on war debts." Tho speaker Intervened at this point ' and brought the cross-examination to i an end. • ' Earlier In tho session Air. MacDon- j aid said that the object of the Wash- I Ington discussions would be to got i Into cloyo personal touch with the. United States government sn that, harmonious progress could bo made. In reply to another question ho made It known that the personnel of tho British mission to Washington has not been decided. STIMULANTS FOR CORBETT • NEW YORK. Fob. 13. (U. P.)— .Stlmulnnts were administered to James J. Corbet!, former heavyweight champion, today (United Press Leafed Wire} . WASHINGTON, Feb. IS.—A drastically shortened debtors' relief bill making no provision for reorganization of corporations and railroads was reported favorably today by tho Senate Judiciary committee. The bill approved applies only to Individual debtors and farmers. The railroad and corporation reorganization sections, it was announced, had been eliminated because of a marked division of opinion which made It seem unlikely a comprehensive debtor relief measure could be enacted at the short session. Must Assist Later Committee members were agreed, however, that some provision must be made In the near future for those organizations. Tho debt reorganization bill as passed by the House provided f or i both corporations and railroads. It I was referred by the judiciary com- | By NATHAN ROBERTSON (Associated Press Leased Wire) TfTASHINGTON, Feb. 13.—Sharp rc- »V ductlon of the nation's debt structure on the basis of a balanced budget and sound money was recommended to the Senate finance committee today by Bernard M. Baruch as essentials to economic recovery. The former chairman of the war Industries board and adviser to presidents, both Republican and Democratic, presented a broad program to tho committee as Its first, witness In a study of the nation's economic Ills. He based the entire program upon balancing the budget and rejecting currency Inflation proposals, asserting Congress was "trifling with disaster" by allowing the treasury deficit to continue to mount. Testifying In a big committee room of the Senate office building that was jammed to Its doors with eager spectators, Baruch warned that Inflation would "precipitate general starvation." Must Balance Budget He told his senatorial listeners that they must balance the budget, asserting that "the only defense between this country and ruin ore these government securities" which are dependent upon government credit. The gray haired financier read a long prepared statement to the committee opposing all forms of Inflation, Insisting that sound money was the basis of any road to recovery, and outlining new plans for farm relief. Other Suggestions Other suggestions advanced by the New Yorker were: An International agreement on silver. Revision of tha Versailles treaty to "remove the age old causes for world conflict," and thus speed disarmament. Increase the profits of farm crops by decreasing output. Aids to rapid liquidation of debts. Encouragement of rapid consumption of commodity surpluses and control of productive capacity. Baruch listed four causes of the depression: Inflation due to the war; debts and taxes; national self-containment; excess productive capacity. Program Summarized He summarized his program for na- COMMENT BY | WILL ROGERS | 'BEVERLY HILLS, Feb. 13. (To the Editor of The Bakersfleld Call- fornlan): The League told Japan to get out of Manchuria and Japan •ay* "Yeah?" The League suggested that wet nursing of it be turned over to America and Russia. Neither one belongs to the League. That's like a policeman turning a desperate criminal over to a couple of civilians and telling 'em: Here, you watch this fellow, I am busy. Europe must sit up at night just thinking of ways to get us In worse than we art, If possible. When Russia Is ready she will go down and look after Manchuria without our aid. Yours, WILL ROGERS. IS IMMINENT Answer Is Believed to Mean End.of Efforts at Conciliation Miners Slain and Buried in Lonely Grave DRASTIC TARIFF NCREM FAILS IRREVOCABLE STAND AS TO MANCHUKUO Latter Government Firm in Its Adhesion to Tokio's Policy G. 0. P. Efforts to Raise Duty to Meet Depreciated Money Beaten Senator Hastings, Rep., Del., which brought back to the full committee today a compromise program representing u detailed agreement between the present administration and President-elect Roosevelt. Deplores Change Hastings said he believed it "unfortunate" 'that tho full committee had emasculated Ihe bill, but Indicated there would be no report of minority recommendations. Hastings pointed to the "crying need" for reorganization of many carriers and corporations. The farm relief section, added by the Hastings subcommittee, would enable debt-burdened farmers to scale down or extend their debts by creating conciliation commissioners In each county to act as referees and trustees In debt deflation. Lightening of the $9,000,000,000 farm debt Is conceded to he one of the major questions confronting the federal government. FATALITIES IN BATTLE TOTAL FOUR THE WEATHER San Francisco bay region—Fair and cool tonight and Tuesday; frost tonight; moderate northwest wind. Northern California—Fair tonight and Tuesday; cooler with frost tonight; fresh northwest wind offshore. Sl«rra Nevada—Pair and continued cool tonight and Tuesday; fresh and strong west and northwest wind. • Sacramento, Santa Clnra and San Joaquln valleys—Fair tonight and Tuesday: cooler tonight with frost; Gentle changeable winds. Southern California — Fair to- nlsrlit and Tuesday: cooler tonight with frost In the Interior; moderate west or northwest, wind offshore. (United Press Leased Wire) DENVER. Feb. U._ Fatalities from a gun battle between police and Gay Rice, BO, who went suddenly Insane In an auction house here, stood nt four today after the dcnth of Charles Lewis, la, a bystander at the shooting. Like Detectives- John F. Dea, 61, and George P. Schneider, 63, Lewis was the victim of bullets fired by Rice when the. detectives attempted to question Rice about somo tools he was seeking to dispose of at the auction, j After Dea was mortally wounded he shot Rico through the head, killing him Instantly. tional and world recovery, thus: "First and foremost, adequate provision against, human suffering; second, put federal credit beyond doubt; third, aids to rapid liquidation of debt; fourth, plans to encourage rapid consumption of commodity and to control productive capacity: fifth, determination of policy on world economics, disarmament and debt." Opposes Debt Canolation The financier opposed cancelatlon of war debts.' He urged a "beer tax" and immediate repeal of tho Eighteenth amendment. He outlined a five-point program for the nation's fiscal policy, as follows: Five-Point Program "Eight hundred million dollars of actual and certain saving; $150,000,000 of new revenue from beer; all emergency appropriations to he covered by new revenue sufficient for sinking fund and interest thereon; abandonment of the present treasury method of financing the deficit; restriction of government aid to debtors to Immediate revision of the bankruptcy act and to a contingent liability on a guarantee of Interest on scaled-down debts to bo applied only on prudent risks.".. Senators followed him closely, read- Ing from copies of tho statement with which ho presented each, committee member an tho hearing opened. Faces Serious Condition The financier said tho nation today faces the "most serious" condition In Its history. He said It was worsts (I'nited Press Leased Wire) WASHINGTON, Feb. 13.—Republican efforts to force action on drastic tariff Increase legislation failed today when the House voted not to consider the Crowthcr bill to boost Import duties on products from nations with depreciated currency. Means Defeat This action was equivalent to defeat of the bill, with the vote coming on a motion of discharge of tho ways and means committee from further consideration of the tariff Increase legislation. This group, heavily Democratic, had refused to take action on the Crowther measure and similar bills, all designed to Increase Import duties to meet the "threat" of foreign competition from countries with cheapened money. Republicans forced a record roll call with' their discharge petition, but were beaten back by a virtually solid Democratic vote. Speaker Garner announced the voto as 212 to 174. In the brief debate which preceded the record vote Democrats attacked the measure as "a partisan' effort to embarrass the .incoming admlnlstra- surpluses [ tion." Representative Doughton, Democrat! North Carolina, a ranking member of tlie ways and means committee, said evidence presented on the bill showed "tlie Inevitable result would bo do- Ktrtietinn of the remnant of our foreign trade." Seen as Embargo "This bill," he said, "would he a virtual embargo on foreign Imports," destruction to International good will. Representative Crowthor, Republican, New York, author of tho bill. presented tho Republican case, declaring his party "was ready to fight for tlie principle of the protective tariff." (Associated Press I,cascd Wire) T OKIO, Feb. 13.—The cabinet ap proved and the emperor sanctioned today a message to the League of Nations declaring Japan is adamant concerning maintaining the independence of the Japanese- sponsored state of Manchukno. Tho message was speeded telegraphic ally to Geneva in reply to a League of Nations' Inquiry as to Japan's views on discontinuing the present Manchukuo regime In Manchuria. It was takon for granted In all official quarters that the reply means the ond of conciliation In the Munohurlan dispute, arid brings Japan on tho verge of withdrawal or excommunication from the league. Withdrawal Imminent In view of the recommendations now drafted by a league subcommittee calling for a commission of- powers, Including the United States and Russia, to direct negotiations between China and Japan, a foreign office spokesman said today he believed Japan's withdrawal from the league was a foregone conclusion. A heavy slump In the Toklo stock exchange resulted toduy from the league crisis, leading shares falling 8 to 15 points. i Japan Flatly Refuses Japanese officials Imvo held all along that the nature of tho league's recommendations would decide whethoi Japan would remain in tho league now that these recommendations have been drawn up, It was stated todn>} that Japan would refuse to deal will suoh a commission of powers ns Is proposed. Meanwhile, a spokesman for '.he Manchukuo government voiced a threat to plain the open door In Manchuria In the world's face If the powers attempt to outlaw Japan. Manchukuo Threatens "If the league and other powers shut the door of recognition against Manchukuo, boycott Japnn and then Manchukuo, Japan may be forced to slam the open door In . Manchuria against them," declared Chulchl Olm- yashl, a Japanese who is vice minister of foreign affairs for Manchukuo. (Be'S (Oonttnurd on Pago Kleveni *-»-• Amy Johnson May Fly to Her Spouse Defers Hearing for Suspects I'f'iiifrrf I'rem Leased tt'irr) ROANOKE, Va., Feb. 13.—Preliminary hearing for Joe Bryant and;' Mr. and Mrs. Norman Harvey, charged by the federal government with conspiracy to kidnap the second Lindbergh child, was postponed today until Saturday by U. S. Commissioner Charles Fox, Jr. Motion for continuance waM^mado by U. S. District Attorney J. (*, Shaffer to pnriiilt tho government to obtain additional evidence in the caso. Rond for Harvey was reduced from *3fi.OOO to JIO.OOO, and for Uryaut to 4DUOU fl'Olll $2o,UOO. (United Press Leased Wire) LONDON, Fob. 13. — Amy Johnson Molllson may attempt a fiOOO-mlle solo flight from New York to Rio do Jitni olro to Join her husband, Captain j James A. Mollison, on an aerial tour i of South America, she revealed today. "Come out if you can by the twenty-sixth," Molllson, who flew the south Atlantic alone last week from Africa to Brazil, cablud his wife. Mrs. Molllson considered the possibility of shipping her plane, tho "Desert Cloud," to New York and flying down the east coast to Rio de Janeiro. ( \ssnrintfd Press Leased \\'irr> WASHINGTON, Feb. 13.— President Hoover today worked to complete tho final address of his administration which ho will make tonight before tho National Republican C'lub at u Lincoln day dinner In Xew York. Tlie main portion of bis speech was finished yesterday, but some parts were loft for completion this morning. Mr. Hoover and his party will leave Washington thin afternoon for New York. White House aides have maintained that the speech would be nonpolltlcal, but notice was taken that It would be delivered at a political rally commemorating a founder of the Republican party and that It would he Mr. Hoover's last speech as President. Mr. Hoover conferred at length last night with Secretary Mills. It was assumed I a part of the address would deal with tho econornler situation. -*• U. S. CONSUL DIES SHKPKIRLD, England, Feb. 18. (U. P.)—William J. Grace,- native of San Francisco and American consul hero for 14 years, died Salurday. Draco WHS a former superintendent uf luuU and silver mines at DuriuiKO, Mexico. Halt Foreclosures, ' Gov. Bryan Demands (United Press Leased Wire) LINCOLN, Neb., Feb. 13.— Governor, Charles W. Bryan Issued a proclamation today calling upon holders of mortgages on Nebraska farms and homes lo suspend foreclosures. • Tie asked that tho suspension remain In effect until his recently appointed board of conciliation can complete Its organization anil until the state LeglslHturn can PONS mortgage relief measures. (Cnnt tntifil on Page Two) U. S. WOMAN LEAVES $4,000,000 ESTATE t Asunrintfd I'rrin I.rnscii iririt) XEW YORK. Fob. 13.— Miss Florence Adelaide Print, of Newport, R. I., who died October 20 last in Konrlon, England, loft pcciirltlen In Now York City worth moro than M;000,nni). Tho value was disclosed whon Surrogate James A. Uolo.hniity appointed the 'Guaranty Trust Company us temporary administrator of th« estate. Thfl New York assets Include K>8,- 612.S4 In cash nnil moro than J4. 000,000 In stocks and bonds, tbr trust company said. Miss Pratt also owned property valued at more than flDO.OOO In England, France, Monaco and Switzerland. In her will filed several weeks ago, Miss Pratt bequeathed most of her estate to friends and relatives. A cousin, Rita Johnston of San Diego, Calif., was bequeathed a life estate in one-seventh of the residue. Duce Will Call New Elections in March 1934 (United Press Leased Wire) ROME, Feb. 13.— Premier Be- nlto Mussolini will dissolve the Italian Chamber this summer and call for new elections In March, 1934, It was announced today. 13 PERISH WHEN GOES Bishop Antonin Among Vic. thus of Tragedy of Storm in Aleutians (.\nsoc\atcd Press Leaned Wire I J JAIIKER, Aria.. Fob. 13.—Threo; - strange tnon were sought by Arizona and California Miilhoritios today In the murder mystery of two veteran mining prospectors linked with a fabulous slure of placer gold. Uuaton lo ileath with a miner's shovel, the bodies of John (!. llnyden, "II, mid Ralph Hart, 10 years younger, were found in a .shallow desert grnvo into yesterday about 30 miles north of tho mining town of House, and nenr Swansea. IJoilsn In about 30 miles east of Parker, and rimmed by mountain fastnesses. Swansea Is n famous old copper town of northern Yiinm county. The two victims wore well known In the annuls of northern Arizona and j California prospecting. Hayden was director of the (!ood Hope Mine and Exploration Company of Swansea, and had been In the district for more than 'JO years. Ik- Is said to be survived by a son In Hollywood. Hart has been his prospecting partner-for some five years. The scene of desert burlnl was In tho sand not f:ir from tho famous old McCracken mine, ylelder of gold, sll- FOR RELEASE Charles iJoeltchcr, NVil'e Intercepted at Garage by Two Men FAMILY IS AMONG RICHEST IN WEST Letter Thrust Into Hand of Spouse Menacing in Context (\ssneinteil Press I,cased Wire) DUTCH HARBOR, Alaska, Fob. 1.1. Thirteen persons, among them Bishop Antonin, ranking bishop of the Kussian Orthodox Church In Alaska, I sot their lives, belated reports received here Inst night siiiri, In a terrific midwinter storm In which the small vessel, Unmak Native, was sunk In tho Aleutian* three weelis ago. The small 59-foot vessel went down In a galo near Umnuk island on January 24, the message said, and only three of Its passengers and crew list of 16 wore saved. They wen- natives, two from Unimik and one from t'n- alaskn. Among the others aboard who perished were Cnptnln Andrew Nelson, former skipper of the small molor- shlp Eunice; tho master, 1'aptain Stankus, his wife and their Infant child, and n Hussiun priest at Umimk,': Mike TullnkosK. ! The small wooden vessel, of only 47 tons rapacity, was making a trip between trading points, tin- reports received here said, a» Us cargo Included 100 blue fox pups. It. was owned by the Umnuk village community, on the Island. During tl\e mid-winter, communications iiniong the Aleutian Islands are Infrequent, which explained tho delay In receiving word of the disaster hero. copper. The two men had adjacent cabins nearby. ver and occupied Investigation revealed that three strange men, In an automobile bearing a New York license plate, came to the district about two weeks ago and made Inquiry for the two prospectors. Later, It was found, the strangers were seen in company with the two prospectors about their claims. The cabins had been ransacked ni« if for hidden gold. Reports were LATE BULLETINS DENVER, Feb. 13. (U. P.)—An offer to pay in full the $60,000 ransom demanded for release of her 32-year-old millionaire husband, who was kidnaped last night, was made by Mrs. Charles Boettcher II today. DENVER. Feb. 13. (U. P.)— Outraged by the kidnaping for $60,000 ransom of Charles Boettcher II,. young Denver millionaire, the House of the Colorado General Assembly today made a special order of business a bill in. creasing the penalty for abduction from seven -years to life imprisonment. current. Unit the two prospectors had cached a big store of placer gold. LITTLE PROGRESS ON FARM-RELIEF BILL J. A. GRAVES, NOTED , LA BAIER, DEAD ( Associated Press Leased U'irri ALHAMBIIA, Feb. Kt.—Jackson A. Graves, pioneer southern California banker and widely known In west coast financial circles, died til ills home here today. He had been 111 for several months. Graves, who was SI years of age, was chairman of tho board of the Farmers am] Merchants Hank, llo had boon ussoi-lntcd with tho financial and business Interests, of tho city since Its oarly flays. Horn In Iowa In IS.'iL'. hi* funilly moved to Mary.vvillo, Calif., whon Fio was "i year* of ago. Earlier In life he distinguished himself In the flold of comrmirclal law and roul estate development. Hp was known as a scholar unil historian, having In recent years completed a historical volume on California. REFUSETollAn SHULER RADIO CASE I Associated Press Leaned Wire) WASHINGTON, Feb. 13.-The Senate agriculture committee today eliminated • from the domestic allotment farm relief bill 11 5-cenl ,uor pound tariff on Imported fats and oils, but failed to rench a decision on any other provision. Senator liankhoad, Mem., Ala., brought up his proposal to substitute for the allotment features of the bill. In respect lo cotton, a plan for restriction of production of the Htaplo j to a specific per reiitngc each year I by moans of a prohibitory tax on nil over tho prescribed amount, but no action was taken. The committee also fallorl to art on tho proposal of Its chairman, Senator McNury, Rep.. Ore., for striking out the bill's acreage control and price "parity" features. These matters will lie. taken up at tho next meeting. Discussion of tho duty tho House bill provided on fats and oils as a protection for dairy product N occupied most of tho two-hour committee session, although dairy products were Ktrlckcn from the bill on Saturday along with hogs, tobacco, rice and peanuts. ATTEMPTS TO ALPS, By CLYDE O. BYERS ft nil I'll Press Leaned Wire) TAMNVER. Feb. 13. — Kidnapers -^ hold Charles DoeUcher II, young Denver millionaire, for $60,000 ransom today, lie was seized by two men who hid themselves in tho shadows of his giiruKO awaiting his arrival home last night. Uoettubur anil his wife arrived at 11:50 p. m. One of the mun forced him into u small sedan. The other thrust, u ransum note into the hands of Mrs. Uuutlchur. | Juntos Q. Newton, tho kidnaped man's* business partner, said tho ran- Hum noli;, typewritten on white puper. was "substantially" as follows: Text of Kidnap Note •"Don't notify tho police. Tell Claude Hoet ichor (the victim's father) he had butler got 160,000 ransom. Ho bolter do business. Follow ihHtrnctlons. jiotlfy us through a personal ad in the nen.simpers. Urm't forget the Lindbergh baby would still be alive If th* ransom had been paid. Insert a personal nd in tho newspapers stating. 'Heady to roinc. home, please write." ! Wealthiest in City The kidnapers struck In the highest strata of Denver business and society I in picking Hoettcher as their prey. | He wa.s probably the wealthiest youns j man in the city. j Ills father and grandfather before | him amagsed one of the largest fortunes In Colorado. Tho rise of the family has paralleled tho industrial rls-e of the state. Prompt Pursuit Pursuit, was prompt, for Mrs. IBooi- trher summoni'd police immediately. Uut despite tho pollre, with ilu'lr advantages of largo numbers unU radio, the criminals apparently escaped with thrlr vlc'ihn. Tho abductors either possessed au(Continued on f'titjt' Tt RETURN KIDNAPED GIRL LOS ANGELES, Feb. 13. (U. P.)— Hedwig Wengeret, 8, who was kid- naped from her home In Germany a year ago will soon be reunited with her parents, Immigration officials announced today. 'Jlioy said the child would be returned to Hamburg through Uerinnn consular channels. Wllholm Dulho Is being hold in Jail bore, on kidnaping and niuruls (United Pi-ens Leased Wire) WASHINGTON, Feb. 13.—The Supreme Court today refused to reconsider Its recent deolHion whereby It upheld the action of the federal radio commission In refusing' to renew the j broadcasting license under which tin Rev. Robert P. Shuler broadcast fron Los Angeles. il'nilfd Press Leased Wire) /.ClUl'll, Switzerland, Feb. K!.— Willy Karnor, Switzerland's leading motorloHH airplane pilot, started today on the first attempt to cross tho Alps In a glider. It was rogardod as possibly tho most hazardous gilding attempt ever made. A motored airplane piloted by Robert Frolz towed the-Fnrner orafl aloft. intending to go as high as possible, probably more than 15,000 foel. If tho weather Is favorable, Farner- wlll start sliding In the Gatthard region, aiming to land In Milan. 75 miles from Uotlhard, risking the danger of a forced landing in the mountain.'-. LOS AN13HLKS, Feb. 13. (U. P.I— The Rev. Robxrl P. Shuler will go to digress to seek a reversal of tho fed oral radio commission's order silencing his station, KGKF, lie announced lo'«!«!* when Inforinorl of refusal of llio United States Supremo Couri to grunt him a rehearing of Ills petition lo 5-01 ualUu the orilor. ! Four Lose Lives in Residential Blaze i United Press Leaned Wire) VOUNGSTOWN, Ohio, Feb. 13.- A family of four was burned to death when tiro, of undetermined origin partly do.siro.vetl the bungalow homo j of Alexander A. Speaker hero today, i The doad: Alexander Speaker, IS: Ills wlfo, Mabel Speaker, ""; Ins sou, Uurnin, 0; Ills daughter, Muril) n, U. ADVERTISERS' INDEX Page AUTO ELECTRIC AND BATTERY CO. 9 BAKERSFIELD FUNERAL HOME 5 BAKERSFIELD MEMORIAL PARK 3 BAKERSFIELD HARDWARE CO 6 BROCK. MALCOLM, COMPANY 3 CHICAGO COLLEGE OF BEAUTY . . 4 DELBRIDGE FLOWER SHOP 4 EASTERN ORUO COMPANY 4 EL TEJON ORUO FOX CALIFORNIA FOX THEATER CLOSE DRUG GOODNIGHT, OR HOTEL EL TEJON 6 KIMBALL 4. STONE 4 LE ROY GORDON BEAUTY SALON 4 McMAHAN FURNITURE COMPANY. ... S MOSS. SAM 4 NILE THEATER li PAC. TEL. 4 TIL. COMPANY li PHILLIPS MU8IO COMPANY 6 PLETCHER, DR 4 REDLICK'S 6 REX THEATER 6 RIALTO THEATER 6 SPRINGDALE MARKET S TRIBBLE GLASS WORKS b VIRGINIA THEATER 6 WEILL. A.. INC S WICKFRSHAM JEWELRY COMI'ANY 4 WITHAM t BOOTH.. .. 0

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