MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 7,1935 THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS, Pampa, Texas PAGE HANGERS ARE CALLED IN TO PROTECT INVESTIGATORS SAN AUGUSTINE, Jan. 7. (XP)— A nervous citizenry today looked to a grand jury investigation of San Augustine's "general trouble" to quiet the town, restless since the street slaying of four men on De- eeinber 22. Three Texas Bangers, headed by Captain George Johnson, protected the grand jury as a probe of alleged white slavery, moonshining and counterfeiting started. Reports said the department of justice may be asked to send federal agents here to investigate alleged counterfeiting activities and the removal of a ballot box by hoodlums during the last congressional election. Sheriff V. B. Worsham, who had been unable to swear in deputies since Ills election due to bitter feelings, said a federal agent sent here last year was attacked and beaten by hoodlums. They face .federal Indictments now, Sheriff Worsham said. Feuds nnd strife have gripped the town for tho last two years, Sheriff Worsham said. "It got so bad that the regular constituted authorities could do nothing to stop it," he said. "Some men, who can-led special Ranger commissions and guns, ran rough shod over the county. They pistol whipped almost everybody who opposed them." Eight slayings, Including the quadruple killing of Murray, Maurice and J. E. Thomas and Tom Burleson on the main street Dec. 22, will be investigated toy the grand jury, officers said. Rangers have revoked the commissions of 14 special Rangers and have "taken up every six shooter we could find." Germany Might Re- Join League ROME, Jan. 7!. (IP)— A possible return to the League of Nations by Germany was seen today as an effect of a far-reaching Franco-Italian agreement reached by Foreign Minister Pierre Laval and Premier Mussolini. Observers believed Germany and Prance might make an understanding whoreby Berlin would sign a non-intervention accord and reenter the League, in return for France's legalizing- the rearmament she asserts Germany already has achieved. : > High officials. -said .they felt the Franco-Italian accord constituted a great stride toward insurance of peace in Europe. A full agreement was reached by II Duce and his French guest last night after a lengthy conversation. Its. principal features are a Joint declaration to preserve the independence of Austria, a five or six- power pact of non-interference and, finally, provisions for colonial con- ! cessions between the two nations in •' Africa. One report was that Czechoslo vakia, Yugoslavia, Austria and Hungary will be invited to sign a pact with Italy agreeing to noninterference with each other's internal affairs. Later, this source • said, England, France and Rumania may be asked to adhere. Walking the Dog Is Big Business NEW 'YORK, Jan. 7 (£>)— Walking the dog. nocturnal task of countless Manhattan husbands, marched right into the select category .of big business today. From now on the strolls that sometimes— sulky husbands take With their wives' poodles can be put on a time-clock— for a price, that Is. Walking the dog isn't a chance occupation any longer. James Daley, president of "Daily Dag Walking Service, Inc.," proudly disclosed the idea was born after long brooding from seeing sad-fac- . ed husbands by the score with a scampering pet on a leash. For $5 a month, Daley said, he wilt walk a dog 20 minutes a day six days a week. He won't be bothered with dogs on Sunday. The twice- a-day fee is $8 and three-a-day at $12. CHAPPED SKIN To quickly relieve chapping and roughness, apply soothing, cooling Mentholatiun. MENTHOLATUM Gives COMFORT Daily Dealers and salesmen everwhere advise you to buy no oar until you ride and drive the 1935 model Studebaker. — See them today in our Showroom O. D. Ken- Motor Co. 112 N. Somerville 977 Yes! We Invite Comparison! Feature Value For Tuesday Selling Women's Pure Silk HOSE AH The Newest Shades Sizes 8U to 10!i. Chiffon or Sen-ice Weights. While the Supply Lasts BIG SAVINGS IN SCORES OF COMPANION FEATURES! Keep Glassware gleaming! LINEN TOWELS 2 Just right s«?c for kitchen use! T Made of linen & cotton yarn which quickly drinks up moisture! Perfect for china and glasses . . , and a nice size for kitchen hand towels! Colorful olairts and borders! Sleek, heavy quality rayon taffeta SLIPS with lace-trimmed top! You'd have to wear these —and see how the sleek surface and weight of this quality taffeta keeps frocha smooth fitting —to realize what values they are! No riding up, no twisting! Bias-cut, in white, flesh and tea rose—sizes 32-42! V-front! See them today! Your house gets a break! Variety of patterns and colors! yard Just think how many windows, how many rooms you can brighten up wfth some well chosen draperies, cushions, or garment bags, laundry ings. A good idea to stock up! Be Smart about the CHILDREN'S Rayon Ufldies Get fine quality for only l§c Quality rayon I It" wears hard, launders easily, fits well! Vests with built-up shoulder or bodice top! Bloomers and panties. Of plain-knit medium weight rayon—well cut and carefully finished. Sizes 2-16! Better come in early for yours! Older misses' sires. 25c! Tempting New Colors in SILK CREPE 38-in. width! Bargain priced! 39C yd. It's a perfect weight, too, for so man) purposes Lustrous and rich looking! And you will like the new shades . . . there are so many to choose from! You can't afford to miss this! Quality proved by four year wash test! Nation-wide SHEETS 81 x 99—-smooth finish, long wearing! c Known from coast to coast for their smooth^silky finish and durability. After 104 launderings by General Electric appliances (equal to four years of ordinary wear and washing) they'were still ready for many months of perfect service! Check and Double Check This Value! Check the Size, 81x99! Sheets 55 A Value! Be here early for first selection! EACH ' Just a Few Left and They Won't Be Here Long! Better Hurry! Part Wool, Block Plaid Sure, we invite comparison. Nowhere but Bcnncy's cuu!d offer such an outstanding blanket value. Big: double bed size. Sateen binding. Soft tones of blue, lose, gold,, green and orchid. Not less than 5 per cent wool. If you doubt this value—come sec! ' A SENSATION! Just Unpacked, Special for Tuesday Selling. . . 100% Wool Filled COMFORTS Extra Large Size. Beautiful aray of colors, and a value that only comes once in a lifetime— COMPARE! 2 Just Received! 200 Brand New Dresses Hundreds of new styles, new trims—new everything! . . You Can't Have Too Many Terry Towels When they're priced so extremely low! Each Men prefer these! They're more absorbent than the average hand or complexion towel ... easy to launder, too! And what luxury it is to have lots of towels! This price is amazingly low! Colored borders! Wash Dresses in fast-color Rondo prints! 1 Beautifully styled with tailored or "fussy" organdy trim! Smart shirt frocks! Short tailored or puffed sleeves! Cap or flared sleeves! Plaid-effect checks, florals' Stripes, dots, too! A marvelous group at 98c, In all sizes 14 to 52! Gay Spring Plaids I Cotton Pongee PRINTS! A smart new vogue! Only << rSRSi* «K &%, yard Smooth finished cotton pongee—in a. wonderful range of different "Highland" plaids! For blouses, dresses, children's wear—you'll find dozens of uses for these smart new prints. Tub- fast colors, of course. They're 36 inches wide— event priced at 25c yd. Smart Rayon Spreads Jacquard designs! Firm, heavy texture, good size (84 x 105) range of lovely boudoir colon. & venue Ores* Prints J6 inch width! yd. They're vat. dyed, wear and wash wonderfully New Spring patterns 1 Unbleached CRASH 17-In. Wide Fast drying part linen toweling for the kitchen! Colored stripe borders! A buv! NU-TONE PERCALE Fast colors! 10" yd. It's fully 36 in. wide — a range of better-than- usual pattern: and colors! Terry Bath Towel* Double thread! IS- White with colored borders or solid colored! Sizes are 22x42 and 20x38! PLAID PAIRS Part Wool! Block plaids! Soft hues — sa- tcen bindings. 72x84. Not less than 5% wool. BARBER TOWELS * for 39* Close weave and super absorbency make these towels perfect for home use. COMPARE PRICE! ^K>S^i^|fi.Vp\»IP;j|N.Y , Incorporate COMPARE VALUE!
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