i ?PAGE K1GIIT UNUSUAL IDGEHANG) "?' By WM. E. McKENNEV «T»unumsnt Maiugtr, Amcrlci '• Bridge League '; Many players, in order to cst»li- rlish their Icmj suit, altivnp!, to finesse when Ihe proper play wcul<: RITZ THEATER Last Time Today Sue Carol mid Nick Smart —in— "Why Leave Home" ;; LuiiKtis! Songs! Dunces! Musical Version of ",: "Cradle ' • Also Novelty Reels ; 'J ."Doll Shop and -.': "In a Jlnsic Simp" '.'Admission, Mulinoo 10 amlSOe .Admission, Ni^lil 10 and 35c SATUKDAY ONLY be to grant ilcfc, as fLi'. their opponents o*>e inecl lu totiy ntuul, MOftTtt . t-7-5-2 -/ . • H-A.S-J WEST • D-0-5-3-Z EAST &-A-8-&. ' C-4-7-3 S-0-9 * 3 • K-K.IO- , H-94 •.><,.-A\X'v 8-7 0—0-104 b—X-9-7 I C-J-6'5- EOirrrt-OEALER C-9-62 ^ S-K-i-IO. tt-tt-I.e-Z D-A-J4 • ft-VK-ta Tlir Kidding The hnml was played at aui'tlon anil Somli, llic denier, Mil one i.o trump, which closed the Udjhij,'. ii nil passed. The contract bkldtng \\onlrt \x Sniitli two no trump, Wt-sc pass. North tlirec no liump, till paii. The Play hearts. Ei« tes HO", go up with his kin? ns there si only ono more dinner for (lummy to lend through the heart sun nnd that Is it the queen cf clubs would b« a reentry. East 1ms nothing to. lose, so plnys Ihc o'.flht ol hearis, declarer wins Ihe Irlck with Ihc queen. West following with tlie nine ol hearts. Declarer has now won one spade tilck nnd two heart trlckR. He kn:ws that lie has one more spade trlfk, Ihrce chi!) tricks and the nee cf diamonds, which would only give I him el-2ht tricks, therefore lie must Imnk-c his jack of hearts. So his [next lr.i:l Ls t!ic ten of clubs, West follows with tlie foin\ nnd dummy wins the nick with the queen, East l.layins 0;e deuce. Dummy now leads the five of heiiits. niitl Knst. now knowing that it h useless !o slay off any longer, «-l!is MIC Irlrk with Ihe king of brans, declarer ij'aylng Ihe six and Weil dlsrardtiiK a small club. K:ist ijnw leads (he nine of spades ;.'o^(lj. the declarer, plays the Jack and West wins Ihe trick wllli the luck nud West wins the trick ivllh Ihn ace uf Miades. West now returns his rklil of spades, hoplnj; to eslablNh his six of Epndes nnd FHIDAY, FEBP.UAHY 21, 1930 but do not tta(c the ca\u>e of tho nctlon. . . -. • The suppression of thls ; piper Ii partlculatly surprising, because it was believed to be the local organ of the Kuomlntong. Man Goes to Prison For Robbery to Get Divorce SAN FRANCISCO (UP)—A "rob bing Peter to pay Paul defense' failed Harry Bchilder in Superior Court here and musl serve one year lo life In San Quentin penitentiary. tjcniiticr, a baker, told the court that he held up a man In order toi pay a divorce attorney fees. • I "I hnd no other way to act lhe| iioney," he said, "ond court liad! rdered me to pay it." i 4' capital asvokc after a recent heavy snowfall to find their phones out or order, • Workmen who investigated Jound that oil the wire !n the whole district had been strip-; peU from the. ]»lcs with the shel- j tcring aid of the snow. | Rtad Courier News Want Adj. HOME THEATRE Friday and Saturday West ojietis the three of spades,, -• :he fourth best of his longest nndl^ j'J ..1 ,,!" s auM , l A "^dlninonds. ;tronaest suit, dummy pliys the' ^ '" " '" deuce, Enst Ihc mice)] nnd dcclirn vlns (ho tilc-k with Hie king. IW- Dialer no\v has two ^e^•en card .suiis :n establish—diamonds nncl hear:; Die Venn suit Is seleelc.1 'us it \- thc EtioiiBeal. Many players would now mnki> the mlfttakc of lending the niiei'ii up lo ihe ncc. Holding queen, J«c\- niirt one or'two smnll and the IK- IIIIKI two iiimii in tlie other hand : qiii'C.i shmild not bo led. Tlie cclnrer -.Directly lends the deuce f hearls. V.'rsl plays the four nirl uiiiiny wins the trick wld the nee T hearts, Fnst following with Ih'j Uuniiny next lends (he three of 'THE RETURN OP SHERLOCK HOLMES" •V'Th Cliife Brook Voice From tlie Sky No. C and Fnblcs Admission, iMatinee 10-30 '-- Admision, Niglit 15-35c AKraclion Soon RITZ THEATRE Cecil It. DcMillc's "DYNATHITE." Will Rogers in THEY HAD TO SEE PAUIS Alitrion Davics in "iMARIANNE." Vii-tor JMcLnglen in "COCK-EYED \VORT,D" IJessie l.ovc anrl Charles Kind in "CHASING RAINBOWS" Janet Gaynnr in "SUNNY SIDE UP" Kuth ChaKorlon in "LAUGHING LADY." Bebc Daniels and John Holes in "UIO RITA." WATCH FOR DATES Dummy fnV.nm with the seven, with Hip Tour nncl declarer wins Hie dick wlih Die Ion. Dcchiii": nnsv tnsli-a Ms jack ol iio.iils. his an- of lilriniiids and the •«•!• ami klim cf clubs, granting 'ils <W<mcWs Ilio la.',', two tricks. Declarer mjilc Iliree no trinni), scoring al nucllon 30 tot tilr-ks, 30 for aces ami :K toy »amo for n total of 185 i>cltits. iCopyrtchl. 103(1, NEA Service, Inc.) Chinese Newspaper Is Suppressed By State PEJPtNO (UP)-Jnstns the Chi nete cdllurs in the norili were be ginnini: 10 Ix-llcvc Hint they wen lo be given greater Ircflon, tin editor of the Peljilne Min Km •liii 1'no has been arrester and tin new paper .suppressed. The oilier Chinese newspaper report Ihc arrest nnd supprcssioi COPYING V. ». T1IIKVKS NANKING (UP) — Minnesota 'oik thought they had found an ^nlcrprislui; thell when It was discovered thpl several hundred feet of wire hud been stolon recently rum power company poles • nenr Sllllwntcr, but Cliinu can dupliealu ihe tnlc on an even larger scale. Telephone users In the western district, ot Nationalist China's new What this Doctor did for uouudty As a yomig man the late Dr. K. V Pierce, practiced medicine in Pcnnsjl vania and was known far and near foi llis K'cat success in alleviating disease Finally lie moved to Buffalo, N. Y. and put uii in ready-to-use form, hi COLDKN MEDICAL DISCOVER Y the \vdl-kuo\vn tonic for the lijcxxi Tliis strcniilh builder is made from : formula which Dr. Pierce found wos effective when in private pracfTce*' It aids digestion, acts as a tonic aw enriches the blood—clears nway pii:i pics and annoying eruptions and tcial to keen tin; complexion fresh aiid'clc.i All ilriig|:isls. Tablets or liquid. Fred Church ; —in- Western Methods" : J lcnly of action nnd thrills! Felix Comedy "Rings Use Ringer" —and— iU-c <>!' Scotland Yards No, 3 Atlniision, Ahttincc ;tn<t 10 iiiul 25c COMING TO HOME THEATRE Silent Pictures Richard Harthelmcss in "Yoiifift' Nowheres" Gre(:t Gat 1)0 in "The Kiss,"} With Conrad Na^cl William Haincs in| 'Speedway Janet Guynovv and Furrcl in "Lucky Star" "The V'ikinjr" All Nattira! Colors Richard liarlhclmess in "The Unix" WATCH FOR DATES We Wonder If Main Street Burglars Will Copy These Prices On Their Windows Use the Phone We Deliver •••••••••»••• BLYTHEVILLE STRING BEANS 9c COFFEE Maxwell House Santo Fc Trail LI). 36c PLOUR Self Rising Guaranteed 2-1 Ihs. 90c BEWARE OF COMPETITION Don't Be Misled By These Prices Being Copied On Main Street Store Windows SATURDAY Lettuce Fancy California I>arge Heads Each 5c Eggs Strictly- Fresh Doz. 25c SPAGHETTI 011 MACARONI 5c SUGAR The Rest 10 U>s. 54c JELLO All Flavors 2 For 15c TOMATOES No. 2 Cans 3 For 25c LETTUCE Nice and Crisp Each 5c GRAPEFRUIT "T, Juicy 5c BANANAS Yellow Ripe Pound 4c PORK CHOPS "^ ound 23c Celery Fancy California Stalk 7c Coffee Sante Fe Trail 1-lb.Can 37c Greens Mustard Fancy California Bunch 5c Ch eese Full Cream . 25c Greens Turnip Fancy California Bunch 5c PIGGLY WICGLY Sugar a * 53c Coffee C'anova Houst', .'!-!.!> Limit, Pound 39c Hens full Dressed I'numl 32c Bananas Ripe Jumbos, Pound Lettuce Large Head, Eaeli 5c Bacon Fancy Sliced lilack Hawk Pound 25c Turnips I Carrots With Green Tops, Bunch I Large Bunches, Each 7k I 5c Pure Lard E 12c Olco Purity Nut, Pound 17k Spinach Fresh and Crisp, Pound 5c Tomatoes No. 2 Cans 3 For 25c Hominy No. 2 1-2 Cans 3 For 25c Matchcs"~-S Boxes IQcII ApplfiS York Imperial For Cooking Pound Tic Potatoes Fancy Rctl 15-11). I'ecli for 44c Preserves Strawberry Pure, 1C -Ounce Jar 33c Oranges I^arge Size Florida's Dozen 49c SPARE RIBS The S Kird 17 c Home Owned and Home Operated Veal Steak Choice Cuts lb. 29c SaltMeat For Boiling Pound 12Jc Sausage Pure Country 1'nrk lb. 24c II Chuck Roast Fancy Cut Pound 25c NABER8 ;7d NABERS 11 HALL & RUSK At Main and Division Telephone t Hooslers for Blythcvtllc Interests—Railroad and Cherry Streets We Deliver Phone 977 We have heets, egg plant, rhubarb, hell peppers, radishes, green onions, celery, lettuce, turnip greens, mustard greens, cauliflower, fresh tomatoes and spinach.
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