The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri on February 3, 1938 · Page 13
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The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri · Page 13

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THURSDAY, Feb. 3, 1938 THE CHILLICOTHE C 0 N S T I T U T I 0 N-T R I B UN E , CHILLICOTHE, MISSOURI PAGE FIVB SWJAPANMUST V CONSIDER PROGRAM OF AMERICAN NAVY situation," he replied. In parliament, Gen. Gen Sugi- or death but to others only a question of special interests." He said that the Japanese blockade of the Chinese coast would be /more intensive in the future. He that in several instances yama, urged immediate enactment I of a general mobilization act. j Prince Mumimaro Konoye saidj i that a mobilization bill was being j . drafted. This bill was expected toi Chlnese were usmg forelgn flagsfor Rear "Admiral Kiyoshi Noda j intensify central control of all ac- their Studies Whether the Navy ! tivities on a war basis. FIGHT TO PREVENT EXTRADITION BACK TO NEWYORK CITY He 'saiTThat suspicious ships' J ' Richard (Dixie) Davis Is 1 1 Building Is a Menace. URGE MOBILIZATION ACT It Is Said Such a Bill Now Being- Drafted In Japan. ficial should have made such state• ments as those with which Leahy i was credited. He referred particu- | larly to the linking by Admiral Leahy of the Japanese, German and | Italian navies as being stronger, 1 combined, than the United States ineet. TOKYO, Feb. 3— (UP)—Rear Ad- Great Britain and America, -Admiral Kiyoshi Noda, chief of the I miral Noda said, mi^ht possibly be information bureau, said to-j contemplating a police force withj 'day that Japan must "seriously con- which to preserve world peace. | sider" whether the American navy | "But their building program! building program is a menace to' I would be investigated regardless of ] i their flags but if their professed', reason why such a responsible of- j nationality was confirmed the Ja- Admiral Noda said that he saw no Ready for the Toughest Fight of His Career. panese would not molest them. END SEARCH OF MONTHS REBELS CAPTURE TWO STEAMSHIPS The British Ships Were Carrying Coal, According' to Reports. j Hearing on the Extradition Probably Will Not Be Held Before Friday. Japan. Admiral Noda was discusssing statements of admiral William D. Leahy, chief of operations of the TJ. S. Navy, before the house naval affairs committee. He was asked whether the American program menaced Japan. "We must seriously consider that BARCELONA, Feb. 3—(UP)— A would be an incentive to an arms! reliable source asserted today that race .instead of a promotion of peace," he commended. two British steamships carrying coal has been captured by Spanish Admiral Yonai denied that Japan j nationalist cruisers and taken to PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 3—(UP)— J. Richard (Dixie) Davis, one-time church violinist who interited Dutch Schultz' $100,000,000 policy racket, j was ready today for the toughest fight of his career as a money- hungry lawyer—a fight to prevent extradition to New York City, where! he might be jailed for 25 years. exchanged building plans with Italy. "Some powers are using the Far Eastern situation as a pretext for building programs," he said. "That is unwarranted because the Chinese affair is to Japan a matter of life Temple Stephens Stores Specials Friday, Saturday, Monday MORE GROCERIES FOR LESS DOLLARS. SVe are now manufacturing our own baking pow- ler. The first baking powder from our new factory is ,now on sale. Country Ham Brand Baking Powder 32Oz.22c This is marvelous baking powder and we would like to have you try a can. Each can has a money back guarantee. T. S. Dutch Maid Bread, large loaf 2 for I5c T. S. Best Brand Flour, 24 Ibs. 75c; 48 Ibs. $1.45 T. S. Temptation Coffee, quality in the cup__3 Lbs. 49c Blue Rose Rice -j: _____4 Lbs. 15c Pearl Hominy __l__'__4 Lbs. lOc Sorghum (it's home-made) 10-lb. pail 49c Pillsbury Pancake Flour : ^___ box lOc T. S. Dark Syrup, a wealth of health in syrup. 5-Ib. pail '- 29c T. S. White Syrup ^_:___.-_10-lb. pail 53c Swansdo^vn Cake Flour, failure proof_'r__ir__box ~23c Elbow Macaroni and Spaghetti 2.Lbs. 15c T. S. Cocoa, rich flavored 2 Ib. box 15c Cereal Postum, avoid coffee nerves__ large box 22c Egg Noodles -J. 8-oz. pkg. 8c Quaker Rofled Oats, quick or regular large box 19c Quaker Puffed Wheat 2 boxes 15c Shredded Ralston 2 boxes 25c T. S. Bran Flakes 2 boxes 19c Frazier's Tomato Juice, a zestful appetizer Six No. 1 cans 25c Kraut, No. 2, serve with fresh pork 2 cans 15c Tomatoes, No. 2, fresh from garden flavor, 3 cans 19c T. S. Chili for a quick meal 3 cans 25c Cherries, No. 2, for pies, puddings 2 cans 27c Va'n. Camp's Hominy, No. 2'/ 2 , old fashioned whole grain. 3 cans 25c Van Camp's Pork and Beans, 11-oz. can 6 cans 25c Apricots No. 10 can 49c Yellow Cling Peaches, brighten your table with fruit No. 10 can —— 49c | Blackberres__ No. 10 can 49c Pineapple, Hillsdalc sliced No. 2'/ 2 can l'3c pVan Camp's Tomato Soup, tall can 3 cans 25c Prunes, California large 4 Lbs. 25c Dried Peaches _____^__2 Lbs. 25c French's Bird Seed 2 boxes 25c Doyle Dog Food 5 cans 25c Faultless Starch, lOc size 2 boxes 17c Oxydol 5-lb. box with regular size lc__ 59c Climalehe, water softener 2 boxes 17c 4-BuckIe Overshoes pair $1.98 2-Buckle Overshoes 1 :__—_ pair $1.29 Lemon Soap, lemon shape, lemon color ___3 bars 14c Magic Washer, use half as much 2 boxes 15c Protex Soap ^ bars 14c 84 inch Whang Boot Strings pair 15c Gloves, double duty white canvas 3 pair 39c Composition Books "This Is It" 3 for lOc School Tablets, Movie'Star 3 for lOc CANDY Chop Suey Candy __ T Lb. lOc Chocolate Peanut Clusters Lb. 17c Happy Prince, extra fancy chocolates Lb. 17«/ 2 c Butter Cream Corn Lb. 15c Cinnamon Imperials Lb. 15c Mints 1 - Lb - 15c Cream Cocoanut Dips Lb. 17c In Our Meat Department Pot Roast (branded plate) Lb. 12c Chuck Roast (choice cuts) __Lb. 15'/2C Sirloin or Short Cut Steak Lb. 17'/ 2 c Pure Fork Home-made Sausage Lb. loc Pork Steak Lb. 17'/ 2 c Fresh Side Pork —Lb. 16c Fresh Oysters (extra standards) Pint 22c Pork Liver Lb. lOc Worcestershire Sauce 2 for 25c »4 OU Cardines 6 for 25c Tufca Fish, Bonite T 2 cans 29c Mustard Sardines, oval can 2 cans 19c Mediterranean islands off Barcel-j ona. I (The only islands off Barcelona are the Balearics, lying to the Extradition papers were prepared by District Attorney Thomas E. Dewey of New York, whose staff spent months tracing tips and i searching for the fugitive lawyer, southeast The United Press Barcel-i , ... .,. , , ... , , and probably will be submitted to ona bureau, in sending its dispatch, indicated that it was strictly limited for the present to the report cited. The admiralty at London, asked about the report, said that it had no knowledge of the capture of any British ships.—Ed.) A rumor circulated in Barcelona last night that the British steamship Endymion had been sunk by a mine and was not torpedoed. Stanley Thomas, mate of the Endymion and one of the four survivors, told the United Press by telephone from Cartagena that he noticed a movement, in the water 100 j yards from the ship before it was; sunk. He scouted the suggestion j that the Endymion struck a mine. LONDON, Feb. %•-( OP)—The loyalist Spanish press agency asserted today in a dispatch from Barcelona that Chief Engineer William Wood, one of four survivors' of the British steamship Endymion, said that the first warning of approaching disaster was the wake, evidentally of a sub-| : merged submarine, about 300 feet from, the Endymion. Soon afterward, he was quoted as saying, a torpedo hit the Endymion's starboard bow. Gov. Herbert H. Lehman at Ali bany, N. Y., today. Lehman will send them to Governor George H. Earle at Harrisburg, Pa., who will forward them to Philadelphia authorities. Thus it was expected that an extradition hearing could not be held before tomorrow. Dewey's assistants, who arrested Davis, his beautiful red-haired girl friend and a Schultz henchman yesterday, zealously guarded the name of the informant who "put the finger" on' the dapper disbarred "mouthpiece," r e p u t e dly the "brains" of the Schultz racket. In New York, Dewey said that the $5,000 reward for Davis' capture. would be split "among persons! whose identities I will make every! effort,to keep secret." I The red-haired girl, Rose Rickert, 25, a former show girl known as Hope Dare, told ' police she knew "who ratted on Dixie," and claimed that "the dough already has been split with the New York cops." •Free under $2,500 bail for a further hearing Feb. 9, she said that I she would "go whereever Dixie goes, j because I love' him." Davis, companion in Jail was George Weinberg, also a fugitive from New York, a brother of Abe (Bo) - Weinberg, a Schultz lieutenant, who supposedly was "taken for a ride" and thrown in a barrel of concrete into the East River in New York. ' Magistrate Nathan Reifel set bail at $300,000 for each of the men. Davis and Weinberg fled from an indictment charging 12 counts of operating a policy game lottery and a 13th conspiracy. Conviction on all counts would bring a maximum sentence of 251-2 years. Schultz was "rubbed out" by gangster machine guns in a Newark, N. J., tavern in October, 1935. Appointed by Governor Lehman as a special prosecutor, Dewey moved in on the racket in January, 1937. Davis fled from New York 10 days before a special grand jury handed up an indictment naming him, Weinberg and 13 others as operators of the racket. His wife, Mrs. Martha Delaneyi Davis, who had once shared a pent- i house with him, faced eviction from' a modest apartment today for non- J payment of rent. i "I haven't heard from Dixie since | he walked out on July 4 and said | he would see me later," Mrs. Davis | said. "I never even saw that woman I who is supposed to be with him." j The word "clover" comes from the Latin word for "club," and i-efers to the three-headed club of Hercules, i The clubs of playing cards are in imitation of a three-iuafed clover. CA'!! O !_• 0 otill toughing: v «7 No matter how many medicines you have tried for your cough, chest cold, or bronchial irritation, you can gefc relief now with Creomulsion. Serious trouble may be brewing and you cannot afford to take a chance with any remedy less potent than Creomulsion, which goes right to the seat of the trouble and aids nature to soothe and heal the inflamed mucous membranes and to loosen and expel the germ-laden phlegm. Even if other remedies have failed, don't be discouraged, try Creomul- sion. Your druggist is authorized to refund your money if you are not thoroughly satisfied with the benefits obtained irom the very first bottle. Creomulsion is one word—not two, and it-has no hyphen in it. Ask for it plainly, see that the name on the bottle is Creomulsion, and you'll get the genuine product and the relief you want. (Adv.) Miles Nearer via ST. LOUIS >ST. LOUIS Driver Keeps His Number LITCHFIELD, 111. (UP) —Every year for the past' 19 years, Charles E. Morgan, retired Litchfleld druggist, has had the same automobile license number. The number—722— formerly was his home address, but he has since moved. Morgan con-| siders the number a tradition now and renews it each year. When you go, use Wabash train service and make direct connections, under the same roof, in St. Louis Union Station, with the fine, fast trains to Florida, and other Winter resorts in the South. The department of commerce is contemplating giving financial aid to Joe" and Howard Funk, nationally known glider pilots of Akron, O., for development of their light, low I cost two-passenger monoplane, safe-1 ty features of which have impress-j ed government engineers. Wabasfi Trains to St. Louis are Safe, Fast __Ccun£artajbje ..Convenient Low-Cost Fares arc -as low as $4.50 One Way 58.55 Round Trip from Chillicothc to St. Louis Excursion tickets to Florida; to the Gulf Coast Resorts; and to New Orleans are now being sold at low-cost fares. I Ask for details. JACKSONVILLE ST. AUGUSTINE/ ST. //I PETERSBURG SARASOTA PALM BEACH FORT MYERS MIAMI , Any Wabaih ticket agent will give you the time of train* and lew* cost winter excursion fares* Phone 35 H. I. 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Monthly DELUXE Appliance Cord Guaranteed 1 Yr. Sale OOC Price... O«F T G FOOT Heater Cord 17c KITCHEN UTENSILS Spoons, ladles, forks, can openers, strainers, etc. Sale Price, *f£ Each M v $3.89 All Copper WASH BOILER SALE PRICE $3.19 1000 HOUR LIGHT BULBS G.E. LICENSED 15 "Watt 9c 25 or 40 Watt lOc 60 Watt He 76 or 100 Watt 15c SAT.: TWO HIT FEATURES The Sat. Eve. Post Hit Story "The Duke Comes Back" "Nnhndv's Baby" SUNDAY — 3 DAYS _ •Kob't. Benchley Sturdily Braced IRONING BOARD Reg. 98c,sale price 79* . Reversible Polish Mop SALE PRICE 29* GAMBLE STORES THE ,FR.IENDLY BY ENGLAND'S MARKET PHONE 106 WE DELIVER Prices Effective Friday & Saturday Navy Beans, Rice Jumbo Popcorn OLb. Milbank's Superior or Silver Moon *%*% FLOUR, 5 Ib. bag Mi M Seedless Raisins 2 Ib. pkg. l?c Cake Flour Monarch, Ig. pkg. 25c Chief COFFEE__2 Lbs. Eagle Peaberry COFFEE__2 Lbs. Chocolate Ovaltine '. 39c Butter &W i* u. 34c With 50c purchase of other groceries Fancy Quality - Corn Fed . . 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