Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 17, 1936 · Page 8
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Pampa, Texas
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Wednesday, June 17, 1936
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V '- SAlfS 3RD PARTY 1NEE WOULD BE STRONG _.. ft __. C, June 17 , hit over the cohsequences of a e third party campaign for ~'~ "'sp'cy^as Well as 'curiosity. coHcealed identity of a il"" cari'dldate—-ribur ished a ^ifleBi if p'wth, of (political conjecture ! Tjmn6r Charles E. Coughlln, who brought.-the third party possibility tO--. lljftit- but, shied from naming, ftftmes, esntetited. Himself,, for. the presfenti by asserting: -.-'.'If. thM = raan. (the possible. third party nptniiiee} runs, Landoi; will rtrifa poor.-. tHlrd." ; TBe Detroit "radio, priest, who came, to .the New Yjjrk headquarters Of nls""tiatI6hai, uiildn for social justice to make his : anriouricement, slttuungly" declined to express, an dplnton,.as to.whether drive, could unseat the Roosevelt admioistra'tibn- ;;TB6 possible, candidate^ platform, howe'yerv'he said, "Will engage the attention and, merit the. support of, at.lwst 25,000,000 voters." Almost coihcldentally. in Chicago, the Bev. Gerald tf. I?. Smith, Hold- Ing 'the reins., of the late Senator Huey P. Long's share-jthe-wealth clubs, proclaimed a "loose wbrk- inj fagreement" with the. followers of tir. Francis E. Townsend^ Father, Goughlta's.. union and' the! forces of •fijjjx. 'William. Lerhke. (RrND), co-sbpnsor of (he $3,000,000,000 Fraaer*I<6mke.. farm, moratorium bill iaei^ateU ih';the house last May. rathe*;.' Coug.hlin, picturing the potential troYd''party nominee, as alrefta&. the 'author of a tentative platlbTrh, •admitted it. was possible thatytfrV Townsend -and Mr. Smith had i'disdussed, 'th? mystery candi-: date's^m'ejrits. but said there was no conrieBti&n between the. union for social JUsfice. and the Townsendites and? the'Share-the-wealthers. Several- political: observers considered. Lenike. himself might become; the .third party leader. Lemke's name, fajfact, cropped up in Father Coughlln's, interview late yesterday but, d*ew no verification from him Others'-'mentioned included: Alfred..'E.''Smith, former. New. Yor&M governor, who. proposed to; "ta^e'a walk"'from .the coming convention of 'democrats, in Philadelphia. Senator William E. Borah of Idaho.: •Governor Eugene Talmadge, of Ge<Jrgl%, 'frequent critic of the IWjdseyfelt adhiiriistration. 'Farmer.'Governor Joseph B. Ely of. Massachusetts, who nominated Bmlth'forithe"presidency in :the'1932 democratic cpn.vention. . Father'Coufhlin reiterated-his opposition., to. 'ih^ Roosevelt administration,' and. said 'che,, republican plat' "a.stap in the direction of ilie." gravfi or d^mwracy." ./If/°ih4' x third party candidate, finally,/consents to run, on aft. "acceptable. platform, 1 ' tljq -priest add-r e<J, WeVwill 'urge, his ejection ill the Friday, (8.i45,p., m., C, S. T.) CBS addjregs, li$| ol Russian Ifeardi in Copt l^EW. .YQRK, June 17. (fP)— A f bribed iczari^t. monkr priest listened intently on/ the witness stand in court Tuesday to the reading of an extract frp'm a book which' said, ;he had attempted to t seduce- a woman in-Tsarytisis, Russia, and.-th.eri'had h'er stripped, tied tp'a cart and dragged through the streets. :aergius Trutanoff, the, former Mojjk, olaim^i ~the story is. untrue, su^og Hene-Fulpp>' Miller., the aui'hopj'and,the'publi5hefsj'pr'$100,- 000. as damages • for libel. UP YOUR . B«ntl8, yetemazingjn maWn? pile flow frly. Aft for Carler'ji tiltlq Liver Pills hy Mj^e. Stubbornly refuae anything else. Etc: Odus Mitchell Bill Anderson, Want to See Ydu at. Runner Service Station of Post Office AUTO LOANS '!ij» fv i^i^ o»ih u> BOYS DRESS r^s Sizes 6 to 141/2, all fast colors, • and; new attractive print patterns. A splendid buy! MEN'S Nt>ti-Wiife All" SiiECS 1A *^ i 1 ? 1,*, iQi L : t WttSS :ppw^sya Sizfft. 14 to 17 ... stand-up non-wilt, collets included. A- close out ii?Qm.r0g- tilar, stock apd , special purchases. Eaph Men's New Soft Body STRAW HAJTS. When we say they ore ,,fk worth a.dollar.we mean |Jp every cent of,it. Young men's and, conservative, styles. 46c VVh(tcs, Greys, I'ans, Browns are justly proud of this great *«WtT«tn«ftt in sixteen short ye f f Of |- - US-1 '*$" Growl " IMPORTED LOKG CLOTH ? Gbmes ih 10 Yajds Package"" IDS. FOR. J»>»tMU soft fine finish and.' very ' desirable now for summer ^ gowns, baby dresses & • underwear. 2for70c Boys' Overalls Good For Play tind Qutclppiy Solid blue, cqverts atfd; standard stripe seersuckers, . . ., sturdy .built 1 garments. MEN'S FINE SUITS Anniversary Sale «af| Men's and Boys' Summer CAPS 16c Each; Cool summfer. fabric •baps, in grey, tan and hi.ixed. tone' color, Ai Real Buy ' On Our 'BUthday.; • Each : 'ft Our Actual $12.95 and ; $15 Values Suits of .unmistakable, quality and style.. . .'Sports Backs. 01 Plain Backs. ... . Kne worsteds and. cashmeres go "'into these suits. ,• . . Single or double-breasted-stylet. . . . We are always proud to have our friends wear these, suits—for they aro friend-makers" every time! HOW MEN THIS CHANCE COMES OH BIRTHDAY! Men's Spring Suits SLASHED DOWN IN A PITIFUt PRICE SLAUGHTER! Tills includes our. Jqrmejt-., suits tp, $24.50, Each masterfuljy^ tailored and designed.; The.' new spiji-f : 'b^cks.. and. plain backs. All color tones in -fine worsteds, ^twists, gaberdines and ,gaber-. tone faUns. " AJ 'mighty Anniversary Value! Values i $21.50 sto $24,50 is^''!; &a' • Single or Double Breasted • Finest Woolens • Hand Tailoring • Quarter Silk J^ii«g • Sport or Plain; Backs 0 W Birthday; Gi^Tq f 3Vf^n BOYS T POLO They. Are Regular, [ 79c Values ( A fine, mesh knit garment .in; new t sp,ort colors. A genuine ; Leyine 'Birthday. Bargain; ea. L L L L L L L L L O.I. I LE VINE'S ILtC, i .1 Vi J£ Wffif: I 'e -Kited Ms I >/^7M> #e* / heart! of ow / SUITS 2 and 3 Piece Styles Smart Striking Summer tw ™ ti < 9n ll^Wj Jggj^g^C^N^ . . PI//! "^^^^^^^T/?"?* i ^*^^T~^^^^^ ). For little, fellows, sizes 4 to only. ' Navyoaclce'ts'~and. wjiite,, ^ papts,'an,d,sq'lid;Whi'te i suit-styles, ; ; of linen.' 36 INCH UNBLEACHED DOMES TIO , A,splendid soft-,quality and a. ; terrific.value for our,anniversary— • for MEN?S. SUMMER Wash Ties BOO ties In. fan- i; cy stripes, fig- I; ures and solids I- . .'.all colors. r Worth 25creg- . ular ............... Men's Summer, Weight & SHORTS A very good, quality ribbed knit .garmdnt, worth double, this price.' ^->, •.*>••»••. ^KB' -—- —, '.^1-77.. .-s-/.-—, v-Twa —. ITT — ;— —V— «••-«™»-.n«....'?B*,.-TR ,y3->.^&'"^iHJ J «l;.'-»!-t"BHP|j ^f"r ^BT •' ^Wf^jJFy "i^'."*. • ^U. "WC:..^p:,^«. CELEBRATING 16 Y€AR^ OF SUCCESSFUL MERCHANDISING - EACH YEAR NEW FRIENDSHIPS ^ : -l^||iM^^|||^ A Mighty, Group of Reduced- Choice of 2^000 Yards An. Actual. Sl,98. Value, Boys' Sanforized Shrunk Wash Pants 'Sizes 6 to 18;-Wide, cuff, cottons I'D s stripe^, checks.-an.dfniixtu,i'e§. Well made. Values. up, to $;1>Q9 Yard: America's largest: manufacturer contributcs.these fine printed washable, fast color printed chiffous, navy sheers, washable " flat crepes. Pastels and dark.tones. "Hair SUMMER Shorts-Shirts •^qys'; : ffast colpr.; p^ia^d; Sli «n^l? Ui|>][e, ribbed,:i,Vests, ' AJl^jus _____ FINlE ' ''*"'' ,. i * r IfeBftj'Tailored 'Throughout' • All Newport Backs •• I A " 3 Now, men,'here.are all the, new greysj tans, browps and> new bluesi in all their, variations of tone . .,. Beautifully styled, and .hand, tailored '•A lobof<-style aji^,a lpt>of,-syit . . .Developed 'of WtoolTwists-and-fipeiS ,'jft Misses' Bicycle Suits Open Sun Back Summer. Styje.s, each; r They,.are Three Piece, Style* B.louse.s, Skirt, Short*, Blouses, o^ \y)ute English Broadcloth, v witl .skirts of, pptka dot, and "square 'chepj x Broadolotih, in high, color, tones. . ,' . Popu ( lar for, this . summer's sports. ' 6% Off RveryTpieice" of luggage. During ' o#r~ -16th Anniversary Sale Grips " .' iQUflstQWes, Overnight Cases Trunks ' The, •' Greatest Pe«»t' Of Va| H es, In Our Large Double Size Spreads Beautiful large,candl.e-, wick dots in rich.cplors. Hand made aijd'.fajt. 'colors. 96c .»» ' assof ted V Wen's Rayon A,rr;eal;'-bjrjbh < day il ' > g:jft- to ypu , m$rif'' .First'; ; ' ' quaUty/alli . ' 15x3^ C iwjj i»"»' Lqak, Ladies!. of Sllpsi 'and, a',big ", birthday ' yalue^ All -0 sizes,; in ( tearose , and lnfc BirthjtSay.. Special, i-f-? ^V SHEETING finished quality. Buy njl 1 :'^* • fie .?•( Turkish Towels First,quality,. . . grood weight . . . with fancy colored .borders. Ea. fine "ery gopd t. camp. hfid' Sheet,! Each \ CLOSE OUI!;OF SUMMER SANDALS COnON FABRICS - SPECIAL • Suitings Bolt af tea 1 bolt, of these smart nub and mixed tone pat- '/ terns . . .It's a 40% Linen Crash Suiting. LigKt-jS wpiglit for summer, wear. Grey, blue, red, rust and black shot patterns, • Cretonnes - etc. Plain Lawns, Dotted. Swisses, Printed Batiste, VVhite W.affle Weaves,^ White Cord Materials, Shirtings, White Broadcloths — thousands of yards of pretty patterns to'o.!; '• . ' . ' • Lace Cloth 1ft A - d e li j* h t f u I'l y smart and h C Shades Small large, medium bylms. Bretons.% sailors ajici {off •. the if ace styles .". .Lots of "whites and the pastel costume .shades, for*, summeiv A regular 26c. grade, of Lace Cloth for summer's smart f'ViWi "'.."^"'i "Ar^flPH • ^H> dressea Full ranc-B of nnqtpl toe.;.sanjdg)s.varid(slapks,in. ) ^H>' lnesses ' • L u .'' range 01 pastel brgyn ah3j,whi.te,.(?ray,and : ^|.' so ^ color tones. A,lucky,pur- hlue, spljd.:bji]e,'ved.r.aiiir white, ' blue and whjite . j; chase brings you this excit- - birthday va.u, ....... c,oj p.r combinan tionsJ. • All Heels • AII,|Tpes • SiVoD A IQ Per Our Gift Women's Styles Birtflday Price l\ *-* and,• Shades. 18tH at- 8' a, m. ^^^W^^TO^^^T^^^^!^ THBRSBAY i ( >• t $ i ItingKss HOSE Mull fashioned £yery thread silk The best' 1 known hosiery '/,> huy.iOfithe season..A) reaUbi.Hhaay Kift'to,, •you',;;" "'': • ,' "Styles. 36^ M^n's'^^^^^^^ • an ,i SUMMER PANTS Mniit 3'Pajrs Work Pants in ,Rarq I/ stripes ,»nd grev dre,ss pj I irt hundred of ,pa{tf rns. A|l| li sanfprjzgd, Bes(, buy, of yearJ, Ladies Wash FROCKS ACETATES Jr 'A 1 , trenicndous special of .yardsVrnakes Jftiist possible,,,(3,ijalj|;(^a selling, up. to $l,-19a'ard. 5 AJl f .9ilk prjjijts, Kr'e.}?ch:ci'epes, white novelties, ;a'cefcte jj^j Lil "-- L -- L --'-"'-" • ' and'a.hpst.Q^ir 40 in, ^yvjde. at Materials aio printed (batiste and sheer cottms In a-riot of' pietty colors, enes and wra fof expectant ed in the'.groi white lin around ^styles ^ -,- - - )l -^, I - J ^-, | ^ ; , r ^ — rr _, -—-,,^.^jrj B. on al\ : ;cpjprs,an_d;-patteyr,s,,' ft & $1*89. . GARZA SHEETS You all'know this is a real birthday gift>,pdce . . . for.,1 you ,kn.q.w.,th,e.fin^ quality t and J standard price' of '"Garza 11 I sh'e'e.t?i,apd, c?ses.vBafh,. r ...;....". ~ Texas. Gar^ai 4 Cases Tp Match Sheets Size 42x36'.............: ....;.... Mqn's Regular.'$l White/and'-Fancy Dress Shirts .^undreds of chojce ngsj* patterns and colors "in fancy broadcloths. .'•.' : . Aljjpj —'•'^whites. Non-wil^..collars. f j Ju^t lots it) of ) fWS, • j JMS y/ an< er Quality ks, y|llow,-blue 8, OERBPES ' •; ' y warned^ v Readj Every V^<yrd j qn ;i : ' -'•• Pages • ; .. '• - . E.yp.ry Hef»,.i-'?P f .,.Vital.interest to tftrifjj' shoppers everywhere •within a hundred niljes of IflJrtS*!? Stor,e,, Now,.cQnie In ajjdj see>'.tl^ege .•'":. .- • •.--: . '.': Dresses for, p.arty, i .street; morning and , afternoon. In fact , styles sviitahle foi . all pcca.sjon^ ^'IC f 600 'Included< in this group are printed'; sheers, chif 4 fons, and finfii, crepes, printed, or- pj.airi pastel shades. One and: two .piece styles.; It's our better dresses you, are trying to visualize now at i; Bach It's, Another. Big. Bir,th4ay Gift Girl's Sun Suits NpYelty,, coMons .In ( high color prints. In,nautical .trims ... ,Just-Vthe. thing for, all 'out, door ,arid, sports .wear. ^ fic^fe^ 1 I ...^sST^A :V'. Pretty- Styles Tqp Si^es 3 - 14 Men's Fine Sujnmer SPORT SHIRTS Ideal for tennis, golf, fishing and all outdoor, wear. Short sleeves, lo,w neck styles , . . A rayon mesli. Slightly Irregular,' SHORT SLEEVES, Special Price- 'NECK, ALL SIZES I' • -°EACH A, Big Buy, Men! Made of "Lincool CloljW''or light weight linene in navy color with button trims. Sailor styles .... Ideal for sports and hiking. GLOVES 'A., clean. up ,.of br,pk- %n colors .and sizes . . Pine fabric gloves . . . Ogandy cuffs . , Lace^jand mesh in- r » +''*' X !•••**. —•• ••!-•» U ZVINE W— W a * 1* Ham '•isrt t \ T -1 / /< Ladies' Silk DRESSES In soft summer shades smartly styled in jacket coat effects. Sizes 14 to 20, This. Is a Birthday Gift. i !»• 27x27 BIRDSEYE DIAPERS Now here's a birthday bargain for you I You've paid. $1.00. for diapers, no; better. Buy a, supply, of these now. Per Dozen Birthday, Gift Prices On, All These Including, wash, sijks and sand • prints. A. few Eyelets are in the .group ,at this, birthday price. $5»95; Value ?, and; Even, Better! 'Sizes-14-to 42 and include better dresses ,to .$7-95.. Marvelous new spring and summer styles. Hundreds of Choice Styles to Choose From Don't Fail To See These In Every Stone; i Ladies' iFino SILK MESSES fkftjlflff tp $10 ; A Clean-Up Beaut^ nefe,Bprl silks lji,,goojpl i a§sort 9 jinent of ,shaj}ep. Bun fast wepa, BnjJs.R. few ppt^ls ;lTA group ... aU J together a charmjn^ lot,,at— ANKLJEtS Twice Two Great Groups of Ladies' Spring and Summer Footwear Our Birthday Shoe Specials i Group No, 1 - •'<*• fhjis rt i's,,, conigpse^, of, Pumps, ;0s£w;ds and Sandals . . . whites, red a.n,d .white, white, patents, grey and bj,a,cks. High, lo\v, or Military heels. Sizes 3'/$ to 9. Pair Group No. 2 This group includes .> our entire stock of $2,98 < and $3.95 Shoes ... Puinps, Stv'apsi Tjes, Oxfords and Sandals. White, red, and-grey patents. White kids, black patents . , . Sizes 31/2 to .9. AAAtoB. Pajr • Oxfords CLAMOR, F0$v ACTION AS REPORT OF PLANS IS;SPREAp PARIS, June 17, f/P)—French .leftists clamored today for quick govr ernmental action against 700,000 armed rightists accused of preparing to march on Paris. From leftist quarters came the assertion, tliat "the fascists" were ready to make such a march in order to .prevent the pepple.'s front government, from, carrying out its program of ; ieglslaion. Warning of "political action" by the rightist Croix de Feu (fiery cross) heightened the popular front government's problems, already complicated by bitter senatorial debate and hints of currency devaluation. "Renovation by Frenchmen of a strong, and reconciled, France" was promised ' "soon" by Col. Francois, de. la Rppque, fiery cross chieftain who, leftists charge,* is, a "fascist." De la Rocque.'s" challenge., drew excited, comment from socialist leaders who assert the rightist leader, a,"tooliof,big business," is ready to start a,French,civil.war. Premier Lqon,, Blum, supporting his. labor,- reform- measures before the, senate, tilled; with devaluation advocates by : retorting, failure of his program, might, mean .Increased deflation. ' , The new premier, drew, the name of President, Roosevelt into. the. critical exchange, characterizing the program of. United States' democratic, administration, "an experiment vaster, and '. deeper, than. ours." "He first took measures.of, great. importance," shouted Joseph Caillaux, former finance. minister and a new convert to, the devaluation movement. (Caillaux, apparently referred, tq .devaluation of the United States dollar.) "But Roosevelt worked under less favorable conditions than ours," replied the socialist premier. "We want to make a start." The debate caused suspension of consideration of the Blum labor measures which. were rushed to speedy approval in,the, chamber, of deputies last week. The bills would grant labor's demands for a 40- hour week, raise wages, provide collective , bargaining contracts and exempt war veterans from certain taxes. Collections of Income Taxes Show Increase WASHINGGTON, June 17 (/P) — Secretary Morgenthau said today that collections during the. first. 15 days of r June .showed' an, increase , of slightly more than 18 per cent over the comparable period last year. Total second. Instalment payments on 1935:. incomes were estimated at $276,053,610, compared with $233,067,894..last; year. The collections were reported by telegraph by the, various collectors in the. field. The month's .receipts.are expected to , reach about $375,000,000, It was. said. The president's budget' mesage estimated total receipts of $1,434,111,301, has been received, as, repealed on • today's treasury state-* ment. EVEREST ABANDONED DARJEELJNG, India,.June 17 MP) —The, British mountain-climbing expedition abandoned \ its attempt today to reach the. summit of Mt. Everest. Members of ;the party head^ by. Hugh Ruttiedge-. returned to their, base camp after being held below the summit for-weeks. by raging . storms and < mohsoonal winds. Latest- Thing for Piles Gets Results RigR Now According to records „ of, man> cases during§t tert,years, an improved, treatment called Drysorb (USReg) solves the painful-trouble Piles and its serious drain on vitality. Drysorb • is a refine'd, odorless lotion, and unlikp. old remedies is easejess, so, tha^i th^e.tissues take it up at' once, arid relief'quickly follows. It may now be obtained from IJrysprb .C<j., 10Q-B, St. Louis, Mo., or from the OREfTNEV DIlUG STORE, Pampa. . Adv. ARE THIS, SEASON! Self -covered; buttons are Important, this season. Let uq c^vpr thein for you, HEMSTITCHING Let 'tis Hemstitch that «ew summer dre«| for you. Singer Sewing Machine Co. Phone 6M CM No,

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