Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on September 5, 1935 · Page 8
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ITALY DETERMINED TO CIVILIZE AFRICAN EMPIRE BY A. fc. STUVTZ, Associated Press Foreljm Staff. ROME, Sept. 6 «PV-Italy will impose Its own conception of civilization on Ethiopia, official sources Insisted today. These sources added that Muso- linl is determined that Emperor Halle Selassie shall not be left to his own devices In hfs "backward empire." A government spokesman reiterated that .11 Duce was not bluffing when he saifl recently "the nation Is prepared to go ahead with the league, without the league or against the league." Italian statesmen expressed confidence that another runs would be added to the ladder by which fascism has slowly but surely brought Italy world prestige. These officials felt that the world at large could not fall to appreciate the point Italy has taken by Geneva to prove that the Ethiopian nation is lacking in all the requisites for membership in n society of civilized states. If the league and the world should not recognize Italy's powerful argument, these supporters of Mussolini asserted, the Italian nation will go ahead nevertheless. Findings of the conciliation commission were cited as evidence tha' civilized todies could not be em ployed In treating with "barbarous' nations. Government circles were quick to point out that the conciliation commission absolved Italy of all blame in the Ualual incident. They insisted the commission's findings were "attenuated" with regard to Ethiopia, which must necessarily serve, they said, as an indlctmenl against Ethiopia. «a. California Oil Price Cut Called local Situation' TULSA, Okla., Sept. 5. <ff>)— The disturbed crude price situation in California and the tapering demand for refined products caused the oil LAST DAY Gigolette —With— Adriennc Ames Ralph Bellamy Rubt. Armstrong 1 Starts Friday Bob Steele "SMOKY" lOc - State - 20c Last Day Gene Stratton Porter's "LADDIE" LA mm Starts Friday o dear/ *• IMAGINE ZASU PITTS AS A C-WOMAN t ...Your sides will be sore irom laughter for days .and days! Carl Laemrale presents ZASU PITTS HughO'CONNEIX in Universal'? Comedy Hit SHE GETS HCD mon jinn ii• nil Industry to proceed cftntlously this freek. The refined market held up well under the circumstances. Neither the cbast disturbance ncr the decline in demand for refined products came ttnekpectcdly. Bad weather in some sectoiis over Labor day week-end caused the buying to drop lather more than usual. Third grade gasoline, gave way an eighth of a cent a gallon on the lower quotations on the tnnk cnr inerkcf. oih-rwlPo llne prices were unchanged^ with third grade 4«&-% at Chicago and the regular Conditions favorable to fall plow- teg sM-fengthehea Otii* d&a&M to tnls district for fcferd«on& wttft the result that the prices held Steady despite sales pfesfeare. The California crude price cut still was being watched with in- terest Tft6'm«8t optimistic ers eaBea 16 •& -"local sltuatJon," and died a previous Instance whefi crude price reductions were restdr- ed after d few weefct when pfoduc- tidn was brought down. Mr, stod Mrs. Mrf 'Sft&Slfr of Kerrvflis nrc et»si«i of Mr. Una W. fi. Murphy. They'cahie .to l fea after attending the 'American Legion convention at Dallas. Mrs. Sftnger and Mrs. Murphy are sisters. city ttes ft re«ft« fittest 6t Mf. arid Mts. f. O. -Robinson. Mcftenziev of Cafitoii JS _-* visiting here %Uh his teotiiflfS. Cf. McKenzie, and fatally. Fall Footwear HIGH FASHIONS-LOW PRICED Little expense to have several pairs of new Fall shoes if you shop at Wards. Here at $1.98 are tailored tits with walking heels, numerous dressy styles. Stunning new patterned demi-suedes, plain suedes or calfskins. Sizes 4 to 8 ARE READY AT WARDS Rayon-Cotton Crepe C Yd. Printed or plain flat crepe. Washable colors. 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ROUGH CREPE SURFACE FROCKS— Qualtiy and smartness at low cost SUEDE for your new bag. Dozens of styles to -f 95 choose from . Ji RINGLESS HOSE, full-fashioned, pure silk chiffon ; ..•'.".. NEW FALL FABRIC GLOVES—Colors black and brown, styles. Flared at cuff, plain tailored 14.95 NEW SUITS.. LATEST PATTERNS.. they're All Wool It's Wards for men's suits ... especially if you want style at a reasonable price! Here at $14.95 are trim, well tailored double or single models. Smart, serviceable woolens in all! 36 in. Fast Colored Dress Prints 500 yds. en sale at this low price. Yard Printed PioPons, Cotton Suiting, Newest fall dress materials, only, yard- Wool Suiting, 54 inch all wool, new rich fall colorings — Yard 36 in. Sanforized Broadcloth, the newest fall patterns, fast colored, Yard ' 9c 25c 98c 25c PRACTICAL THINGS f OR BACK TO SCHOOL ! Boys' Sturdy Oxfords., Strong Jeather u pers. Composition sole. ~ ~ ~ ~ Size 1 to 6 Boys' Overalls. Heavy Blue Denim, triple sewed. • , Boys' Dress Shirts, Plain and fancy patterned, fast colored _ Boys' & Young Men's Dress Sos Fancy rayon cotton plated 101 Denim Pants, Extra heavy copper riveted __ 59e 49o Boys 1 Wool Slacks 2 < •1 Pull cut, pleats at waist, extended waistband. Wool •assimeres. Sizes 8 to 18. Children's Shoes, Black, brow and two tone. Size 8y z to 2 -. Boy's Corduroy Pants. Navy, tan, b.rown. Well made Newest Boys' Neckties Light and Dark Patterns High Count Shirts S1.49 \ Men I Sanforlzed-shrunk and excellent quality broadcloth; superbly styled, Priced low! Well Tailored Trousers or Slacks for Men Slacks full cut and tailored with a dash that young- men want. Have cuffed bottoms .,, slide fasteners. Corduroys or suitings fabrics. Trousers in regular styles older men prefej, Finer Sill* Ties 49c Depend on ^ards for surefire, easy-tym> nepfcMesI New patterns. Ward-priced! 1.79 wjfli the sj #ayy The Last Word In Looks and Wear.. "BUDDY WARD"' Suits Young Fellows' Styless • Pleated Sports Backs • Slack Style Trousers • Durable Rayon Linings Wards finest! Well tailored of strength tested woolens, New Fall patterns, Vest in- gluded. Sizes 8 to 18, Extra tongles to Match, 2.98 Children's Dresses, fast colored prints, smart fall patterns. Size 3 to 6 years ,-~ Children's Party Dresses, Plaids and / prints, sijses 3 to 6 , „. Children's Fall AnUlets, fall colors in solids, others contrasting stripes Children's Rayon Panties and BJqoniei'S'w sjwuiity r»yp», fjesh colored^ ^ 14 98e lOc 21749 North Telephpne

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