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Abilene Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1935, Abilene, Texas fAIR P "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES. WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT VOL LV. Futi Leased Wires ol Associated Fran United Prase (UP) ABILENE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER TWELVE PAGES (Evening Edition of The AMens (taring News) NUMBER 103 WAR BEGINS SOON. DUCE SAYS Chicago Wins First World Series Game, 3 To 0 WILL NOT BE STOPPED, HE TELLS CROWD Thaw Comes Home In Wheel Chair The dapper Hury K. Thaw, defendant ic the mori ieBHtlonal mwaer use tai the early years of the century, b ihfwn u he a New York railroad station, hb ahaes unlaced and a aklppfiw tag on his overcoat. He was taken from a liner at QvbM tnentlr
ln tfffct itaca LEAGUE OFFICIALS DESPAIR OF WAR Hope Fades With News of Ethiopian Talk; Council May Be Called In Session Immediately GENEVA, Oct. bordering on deiipalr seized the League of Nations headquarters to day. Almost simultaneously with protest of Emperor Halle iitlassle against an alleged Italian invasion of Ethiopia news came from Rome that the Italians were beginning their mass mobilization to demon- strate their national solidarity. "It looks like the commented one league official. Re pointed out that the present uncer- tainty Is likely to remain until aft< er Mussolini has spoken (at p. m., Eastern Standard time) but Uttle prevailed thai: he would mj, anyttunt to JfeMte the general to to go ahead. If it Is confirmed that Italian troops actually have Invaded Eth- iopia, The Associated Press was In- formed, It !s likely that the council committee of thirteen In its meet- ing tomorrow will call an Immedi- ate meeting of the council Itself. Officials of the league were re- ported speculating as tn the event that sanc- tions were Imposed against Italy under the league Britain would request France to join in an air blockade of Italy. At the same time, Itgjlan sojrcea, concerned with the possibility that the Suez esnrd alfht be clowd M fM LJUOCT. U, CM I
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