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Reno Gazette-Journal from Reno, Nevada • Page 11

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Reno, Nevada
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1933 PAGE ELEVEN RENO EVENING GAZETTE A.E I SHIP BOARDS bors discovered It. All their household goods were destroyed. They wen partly covered with Insurance. The house was owned by James Dotson. RETS ARIZONA FOUR PAPERS ARE SUSPE SPECIAL TRAIN DIES AT 87 OLD HOMESTEADER IS DEAD FROM TORTURE COLORADO VR Susanville Home Is Razed by Fire SUSANVILLE.

Feb. 17. (Special) The house In which Mr. and Mrs. George Heok were living was burned to the ground Wednesday night while they were attending a dance.

Officials believe the fire started from a defective flue, and the home was afire Inside when neigh- BERLIN. Feb. 17. (JP) Four more CONTRACT morning newspapers were under sus Story of the Files Forty Yean Ago Today There was no possibility of the legislature adjourning at the end of forty days, word from Carson It was fifteen degrees below aero at Elko yesterday morning. J.

Bransford, sheriff of. Plumas eounty, passed through Reno on his way to San Francisco. Thirty-one csrs of sheep and cattle were shipped from the Reno yards during the day. Twenty-five Years Ago A money sack containing $3500 was stolen from the Wells-Fargo wagon on Virginia street. pension today for violating the new Serve Johnson's COFFEE CAKES DOUGHNUTS For Sunday morning! Big fellows I Warm them tip In the oven and there's a breakfast fit for a King! Large variety to choose from.

Dougnuts and Btsmarks. doz. SOo Coffee Cakes, 2 for 5c, to 20c RICHMOND, Feb. IT. JP) Senator Hull of Tennessee, widely regarded as certain to be a member of the Roosevelt cabinet, boarded the train of the president-elect early today to accompany him to WWWitaBaaakaaa CAMBRIDGE, Feb.

IT. (JP) Albert E. Winshlp, editor, lecturer and author, died today at the age of eighty-seven. He was known throughout the country through his connections with the National Education Association. He had spoken at every semi-annual meeting of that organization for sixty-eight years.

He became editor of the Journal of Education in 1886 and remained in that TUCTJMCARI, N. Feb. 17. (JP) Hours of agony bad ended In death for Lee Marshall, fifty-year-old homesteader, today and his Indignant neighbors plunged anew Into a relentless search for two robbers who tortured the rancher by fire early Wednesday morning In an effort to rob him of money he did not possess. rigorous censorship laws established within a week after Adolf Hitler became chancellor.

The Democratic Tempo of the powerful TJllsteln chain of newspapers, was forbidden to publish for a week for allegedly misconstruing a market report and thereby undermining confidence In the government. The Socialist Volkszeltung at Bres-lau was suspended for five days. Two workers' weeklies were banned until AprlL Until President von Hindenburg Governor Pollard of Virginia visited the Roosevelt train during Its brief stop to pay his respects. Senator Hull made no comment prior to his conference with Mr. Roosevelt.

capacity until his death. Among Wlnshlp's writings was "The Life of Horace Mann." Eighteen members of the state were to drill In the old armory at SALT RISING BREAD The genuine Old Fashion kind. One of our 11 varieties. Fresh dally I 1-LB. LOAF lOe for Open Evenings and Sundays Johnson-DanDee Baking Inc.

22 West Commercial Row Phone 21491 Carson. There were still to be ap pointed some 250 reserve officers. PUBLISHER signed the censorship decree of Feb She Is Killed In Wreck HONOLULU, Teb. 17. (JP) Miss Marjorie Little was killed and Territorial Senator Francis Brown, amateur champion of Hawaii, was seriously injured in an automobile acol- A two-story house In Wadsworth, the property of O.

Marlanl, was to be Writhing In pain, the rancher llTed until late last night. Physicians said he would have been a cripple for life had he recovered. Sheriff Ira Allen took precautions to prevent a lynching if the men were found. Marshall told officers and physicians two masked men, who he Judged ruary 6, newspapers could be banned only for treason. The decree broad moved to Sparks by James Poole.

if. IN LONDON TODAY PHOENIX, Pb. 17. -yP) Rejecting the Interior department's contract proposing delivery to the state of Arlzoons of 3,800,000 acre-feet of water annually fjom the main stream of the Colorado river, the Arizona-Colorado river commlwlon has announced It will oppose construction of diversion dams and the all-American canal until the state's rights are "satisfactorily determined and safeguarded." Gov. B.

B. Moeur, ex-offlclo member of the commission, said he had been advised by the attorney general that "the proposed diversion dams for the Metropolitan water district la Southern California and the all-American canal cannot be placed In the river without Arizona's consent." The rejection of the contract pre-J sented by Secretary of the Interior Ray Lyman Wilbur was based on the ground that It would remain In force only so long as Arizona and claimants to the use of the waters did not interfere by litigation, or otherwise, with the diversions of other contract holders, and thus would bar Arizona from further litigation to protect her rights. ened the grounds for censorship great here last i ly and several Socialist and Communist organs, Including the chief pub BISHOP-OFFICER wmm lications of those opposition parties, have been banned for various lengths of time. FOUR MARRIES PRICE OF DOLLAR LONDON, Feb. 17.

(JP) Sir Robert Donald, widely-known Journalist and publisher, died today. He was seventy-two years old. Up to the time of his death he was actively Interested in the publication of several newspapers and served as chairman of the board and managing director of the Everyman Publishing Company. A IS DOWN a had been drinking, routed him from his dug-out, threw gasoline on him when he told them he had no money. bound him with a chain, touched a match to his clothing and laughed derisively at his screams until he lost consciousness.

When he regained consciousness he found he had been unchained and his torturers had vanished. He made his way to a neighbor's. Gas Was There TENNYSON (JP) Ernest Martin, police said, struck a match to see If there was any gasoline In his father-in-law's automobile. There was, and lrertien estimated the damage at $600. -i Tobacco Fumes Overcome TURLOCK (31 Fumes from tobacco he was boiling to prepare a mange remedy nearly' cost the life of P.

G. Mendenhal, rancher, doctors who treated htm said. He Inhaled the fumes as he looked Into the pot sm i i i i i i ii -r JjJpeiAciaL FIFTEEN DEAD SEATTLE. Feb. 17.

(JP) Less than two hours after Patrolman W. L. Norton hustled unemployment demon-st-rtors out of the county-city building, Bishop W. L. Norton of the Liberal Christian church officiated at a double wedding.

For when Patrolman Norton got home last night he found two couples w-vltlng on his doorstep, marriage licenses In hand. Changing from his police uniform to his clerical garb, he married Bur-de'te Strouse, 33, to Alltha Whltcomb, 20, and Lambert Peake, 33. to Ima Strouse, IS, sister of the other bridegroom. Then he had supper. At our storeful of savings on every piece of merchandise.

At Con ant's and be sure of service, quality and low prices. IN PARIS, Feb. 17. (JP) The dollar sank today In what bankers described as a demoralized market reflecting French concern over the Michigan banking situstlon and reaction to the attack on President-elect Roosevelt. Dollars opened at 25:43, which was six centimes under yesterdsy's close, and quickly dropped to 25.34.

Later they recovered a bit with quotations at 25.38 to 23.37. Most traders said they were frankly puzzled how to construe events. One banker said the market was very To the advice of others who trade and save at Conant's. Cooling, soothing Mentholatum relieves the pain. Promotes quicker healing.

35c LOG CABIN Medium size tins Syrup to see how the brew was coming along MEXICO ASKS LARD Best quality Mountrose 8 lb. tins 55c 4 lb. tins. BUCHAREST, Rumania, Feb. IT.

UP) Nine persons who were wounded yesterdsy when troops battled with several thousand workers who had barricaded themselves In the railway shops, died today, raising to fifteen the number of dead. Stx persons were killed yesterday, Including one police-Iran and two soldiers. The workers barricaded the shops In demanding the release of eleven leaders who had been arrested as communists. 7 Brooms Kitchen. 4-tie Good straw, 39c NO PROPAGANDA 25c Cookies a I i this i ilnn iifi i in Calirox Fruit, just received, the 1 0-oz.

pkg. 1 PROBLEM CHEESE Klamath, 5 -lb. bricks mild California Each 65c Prices Effective Saturday, February 18th Of course we have many other Special Bargains that are not listed here. Tuna Fish White Star in the t)Q0 large No. 1 tins dV IS 1 Libby's Red Alaska, V2 flat AQ OalfflOn I tall tins, 2 for AiOX, MEXICO CITV, Feb.

17. (JP) Request that the siren propaganda campaign being conducted In the United States by the Mexican repatriation committee be stilled In order to prevent the "sorry plight" that Mexican repatriates find themselves In when they return to Mexico was made today In a letter to President Abelardo Rodriguez by the Union of Mexican Repatriates. The Union of Repatriates declared that the repatriation committee has sent propaganda throughout the United States In which bright promises are made, but not subsequently kept. The union charged that Mexicans are lured back to Mexico by TAMALES 9c I not bone less, the tin barb Sierra, large 1000 4 sheet rolls, 3 for A Toilet Paper CIGARETTES Chesterfields, Camels, Old Golds, Luckies Carton $1.13 A REAL SPRING TONIC Fancy long tender stalks SPECIAL MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 17.

Restoration of agriculture to profitable basts Is one of the most Important essentials for the return of better business conditions, Henry I. Har-rtman of Boston, president of the Chamber of Commerce of the United States, said last night. He discussed the effect of low agricultural prices In reducing his purchasing power, In an address at the annual dinner of the National Merchants' Association. Libby's. Two large AQa 2i tins for SPINACH 13c these promises and subsequently abandoned and become social parasites.

Building and construction In New Zealand are gaining momentum. Pounds Conant's Ideal, 35c value. 1 lb. i COFFEE MAYONNAISE Kraft's 25c Heinz Noodle. Two 15c tins for SOUP PAH HT17 A ID) ITH A The Pint Jar 25c 6c Any variety.

The package JELLO 17V2c Heinz. In the large bottle Catsup DOG FOOD Vitamont. 1 EGOS a 21c Conant's. The pound BUTTER 2 No. 1 Tall Tins for 15c Coffee Can, lb.

tin 33c, 65c IggS Airway Brand 1 Coffee lb. ISC Snowflake Crackers 2-lb. box Jc Baker's Caka Chocolate y2-b. bar lC Baker's Breakfast tm Cocoa 12-lb. tin HfC Sego, Pet, Max-i-mum Milk 2 tall cans He Alaska Pink wA Salmon 2 tall cans IOC Solid Pack A Tomatoes 1 No.

2 1 cans IOC I Maxwell House MEAT MARKET 355 North Virginia Street Phone 5197 Phone 5198 For Your Free Snappy Delivery Owing to our Increase of Phone Orders we will have TWO DELIVERY TRUCKS AT YOUR SERVICE from 8 A. M. to 4:30 P. M. Delivery leaves every hour.

U. S. Inspected Meats Only! HJ American, 3-lb. tins Qffm Malt oyrup 29c 2-ib. tins oego or 1 apioca Phane bag apc Large Extras Eat Nevada Eggs.

Guaranteed by Nevada's lead ing poultry men. a a a a a TOMATOES libby. Solid Pack No. 1 tall tins, 2 for ISc 19c Peacock. The large package 2 Buckwheat 22c Dozen PRIME RIB Steer Beef Only A Real Difference Glace Fruit Lyon's 1 lb.

boxes assorted, 85c valua for 49c Coffee Ib. can SNOWFLAKE SODAS 1-lb. Package Special 15c 31c 27c Delmonte Ige. halves, No. 2 Vs.

cans Peaches 2 cans PRIME RIB ROAST Boned and Rolled or Standing (Cut Short) Per lb T-BONE STEAKS (Choice Steer Beef) Cut to order Per lb SIRLOIN OR TENDERLOIN STEAK Choice Steer Beef Cut to order Per lb CUBE MINUTE STEAKS Made from choice cuts 2 for CHOICE POT ROAST Shoulder Cuts FRESH GROUND HAMBURGER Pure Beef. 19c 22c 17c 15c 12c lb. 10c lb. Broken Slice satf No. 2y8 cans No.

2 V2 cans I Salad 'f I Ton L1PTONS 1A V7c led YeiiowL.be,i.' tin Pineapple 2 cans 2t)C CRISCO The 3-lb. tin 48c CHOICE FAT VEAL Pickles 15c Kosher Dills Quart glass Carnation Brand, No Premium Wheat or Oats Lge.pkg. Tender Clean Roots Parsnips Ib. 13c 3c ROAST VEAL Shoulder cuts 12V2c lb. BREAST VEAL with Pocket 10c lb.

LOIN VEAL CUTLETS OR ROAST 23c lb. Selected Produce Salad Dressing A delightful salad builder. Economical, too. Quart jar 22q Our Bakery Values BANANA SNOW CAKE Large 48e Small S5o YOUNG GRAIN FED PORK Freshest Meats Steer Beef Bottom ROUND 4QA ROAST lb. tC Steer Beef Pot 4k A 0 ROAST lb.

JL JA Large Size, Sweet, Juicy OA Oranges 2 doz. jjC Nevada Grown IT Potatoes 25-lb. sack 1 BEEHIVE COFFEE CAKE (French Cnstard 18c Filled) ran? 1) BRUSSELS SPROUTS Fancy large. 4 Qp 2 lbs J.i IvV ORANGES For juice. Large.

fl Each J-V GRAPEFRUIT Coachella OQ Valley. Doxen MUX CELERY HEARTS. 4 An 3 in a IvV BUTTERMILK CAKE DO-NUTS (Plain) OO Doxen 8c Loin Pork ROAST Lean Pork ROAST Veal ROAST LOIN AND RIB ROAST PORK 10c lb. LOIN AND RIB PORK CHOPS 12V8c lb. SHOULDER ROAST PORK (Lean, No Waste) 8V2c lb.

PORK NECK BONES (Meaty) 5c lb. FRESH PIG'S FEET 4c lb. SLICED LIVER 2 lbs. 15c SMALL LINK SAUSAGE Pure Pork 15c lb. SAUSAGE MEAT Pure Pork 10c lb.

SLICED BACON (Rindless) 18c lb. SMOKED BOSTON BUTTS (Fine for slicing) 11c lb. SKINNED HAMS Whole or Half 14c lb. lb. ButtermUk Cake Do-Nuts Chocolate cot- 13c ered, dozen 23c Assorted Chiffon PIES, (Whipped Cream Tope) 15c LEMONS.

Dozen 18c Beef Steaks IQ Sirloin or Round Ib. JLd Veal Chops 1 1 Choice Rib Cuts I DC Boiled Ham OQ- Morrell's Sliced Ib.sWfjC Beef Roast Shoulder Cut lb Morrell's Bacon Eastern Mild Cure Jb. Veal Roast Milk Fed Jb. POULTRY 10c 15c 12c Assorted Dinner Rolls, doz. CONANTS BREAD, loaf Swift's Sliced BACON fl lb.

JLV Swift's Premium Hams Voung Fricas- see HENS lb. JLV Young Turkeys, Color-ed Fryers Roasters 5c WASHINGTON ROME BEAUTY 7 Pounds 25c LARGE FAT FRIC.ISSKE HENS I to 8 lb ATerage. COLORED HENS, ROASTING CHICKENS That Famoti MINDKN BUTTER The kind they all ask for 20c lb. CREAM CIIEESK He lb. JACK f'HKKNK 20C lb.

eye swish iikee a.v lb. KRAFT PIMENTO ANI SW ISH I1EESR 2Hc lb. KOCCMTFORT VWT.SV. 68c lb. FREE DELIVERY ON ORDERS OF $2.00 OR MORE do on ap a on a no a.

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