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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 ase line and was'tossed out, "Rowe Greenuerg. Demaree went to second on th? play. Hfck rolled out, Gehringer to Greenberg, Dem- ree racing to third on the putout Jurges fanned swinging. No runs one hit, no errors. rolled to the jox and was thrown out, Warneke Cavarettc. Gi-eenberg walked Goslln walked on four straight balls moving Greenberg to second. Fox Bounded to Jurges who nipped the "litter with a quick toss to first. Qreenbcrg went to third and Goslln second on the play. Rogell roll- ed out to Cavaretta. No runs, no Its, no errors, two bases on balls. FIFTH INNING Cubs .Warneke grounded to ireenberg unassisted. Galan rounded out, Gehrinijer to Green- wrg. Herman lifted a high fly that Soslln grabbed near the .left field line. No runs, no hits no er- ors. lined to Demaree i deep right. Rowe caromed a hit 'rough the box and It went for ft ouble as Jurges deflected It to ght field, white grounded out, erman to Cavaretta. Rowe moved tmrd. Cochrane dribbled to arneke who made the putout at hlt' SENPEAT Attempt To Bar New Member From Tahpka Is Defeated AUSTIN, Oct. at- tempt to prevent seating O. H. Nel- son, Tahoka, new 30th district sen- ator, was overridden today when that body voted 32 to 3 to accept Sen. raised-the point or order thit "Nel- son had. violated the constitutional provision that no government offlc-- lal may be elected to the legisla- ture while holding public office. Sen. Will Martin, HUlsboro, was, presiding and promptly overruled Holbrpok. Holt-rook appealed to the senate, but fellow members upheld Martin's ruling by 22 to 3 votes. Nelson, a former district attorney, was sealed. He resigned from his district attor- ney Job when west Texans named him to succeed the late Sen. Arthur P. Duggan, LltMefleld, In a election. special CULL EXPECTED Emperor Sends a Formal Note To League Pro- testing the Invasion ol Italian Troops ADDIS ABABA, Oct. preparation lor the official mobiUiatlon order to- morrow, great armies headed hy proTlhclal chleh were reported tonight headtnc for the Italian oolmlal front. ADDIS ABABA. Oct. High authorities said tonight that Emperor Halle Belasile will pro- claim his general mobilization of !thioplan forces at a- m. (12 mid- night CST) tomorrow. The emperor earlier .today had protested to the League of Nations [gainst an alleged Invasion of Eth- opla by Italian forces. The note of protest, prepared by his Everest Col- son, from VH- mment reports through French sources that the Italians. Had pene- rated from Eritrea Into a triangular irtlon of Ethiopia at Mount All. Sp.WO .The-.ltnVHU moved jrean.t'troops and "IJftebrof. BjpUir uoks.Unfcs, and There are no "Ethiopian troops'In he desolate region and, corisequent- y.-ltwas said the Italians hid been construct airdromes, muni- Ions depots, and barracks without Recites Injustices Against In Ring- ing Speech to Twenty million, Called Out In Huge Test Mobilization Asserts Penalties Will Be No Bar ROMS, 'Oct. 2. Benito HusWlhii told Italian people in a ringing warlike ipeech that Italy is ready for war and cannot be stopped from its conquest of Ethiopia. To Italians, called from their home and work hy the alarm of war in the greatest test mobilization in history, Mussolini proclaimed: "To acts of war we will respond with acts of war." Mussolini spoke from the balcony of Venevia Palace, his official residence. He recited Italy's grievances against Ethiopia, the failure of the allies to grant Italy a share of colonial spoils after the world war, and Italy's readiness to proceed with her coune despite the application of international penalties. blackest kind injustice ii now being done toward he declared, "and Italy is being' refused her jtut in the Mussolini then announced that hostilities are about to open in East Africa. "Fascist he said, "is firm in its aimf and its unal- terable decision to maintain contact with its soldiers in East Africa to serve as encourage- ment to them at they ars: about, to fight.'1 Solemn Boor Hi Haw! Me. did not specify when hoetni- Uu would riart but Is sboutito to Change ranean Activity Oehringer. Earinetc smashed single between Owen and Rogel Demaree fanned swinging at a fas ball. Cavaretta fanned swinging No runs, one hit, no errors. rolled out. Her man to Cavaretta.. Greenberg pop ped out to Hack- Gosiin hit sharply to the box, Warneke deflecting thi ball to Herman who threw out the No runs, no hits, no er- runner. rors. rst SEVENTH INNN1NG fanned on a thin called strike. Jurges popped to Ro- gell. Warned grounded out, Geh- ringer to Greenberg. No runs, no hits, no errors. rolled out, Wameke to Cavaretta. Rogell lifted a short fly that Jurges caught In foul ter- ritory. Owen walked. Rowe liftct a long lly to LJnds'rcm In left center. No runs, no hits, no errors. EIGHTH 1CTJWG bounded to Green- berg and reached first safely with a slide as the Detroit first baseman fumbled the bull. Herman sacri- ficed With a bunt down the flrfit base lint, tossing to Green- berg for the putout as Galan went to second. Galan advanced to third on a passed ball. Llndstorm rolled to Rowe who tossed out this runner after1 faking a throw to third. Hart- nett filed to White. No runs, no hits, one error. bunted to Hack and was called out at first. The crowd booed Umpire Qulgley's decision. Cochrane grounded out, Wameke to Cavaretta, for the Cub's eighth as- sist. Gehrlngei walked on four alright balls. Greenberg grounded' out, to Cavaretta. No runs, no hits, no errors. NINTH INNING Demnree cracked a home run Into the left field stands. Cav- arretta formed swinging. Hack lin- ed to White in snort center. Juries "snned swinging. One run, one hit, no errors. filed to Llndatrom. fox rapped a single to center. Rogell grounded out to Oavarretta unas- sisted. Owen grounded out, Jurges to Cavarretta. No runs, one hit, no errors. opposition: call to the attention of the League, ol' Natisri that Italy' has prepared a base of attack of'great .the' region south.ot Mount Mussa All. The nearness of this eglon to the sea and its facility of access through Somali WuU'.d allow he Council fof the league) either to send bbservers or to obtain con- Irmatlon from the French govern- ment In Somallland that this Is-a Ethiopian In anticipation of the possibility "of air raids, the emperor ordered all hotels In Addis Ababa to con- struct bomb-proof shelters. Denial From Rome (The Italian government at ROKS denied officially that Its forces had entered'Ethiopia, stating "there has been no movement" of It was stated that the Italians have moved into this triangular area as roughly about 15 Sec ETHIOPIA, Page 11, Col. 8 Firms File Suit To Bar Grants For Municipal Construction WASHINGTON, Oct. Texas utilities companies filed suits oday In District of Columbia su- preme court to prevent. Secretary ekes, public works adniinisliator, rom advancing loans for municipal power plants In four Tsxas cities. The Texas Utilities rompsny sought, to block loans of to Post, to Llttlefield lind to Plalnvlew, and the Gulf States Utilities company protested gainst a proposed loan to Huntsville. Both concerns claimed that their nvestaenls in the cities, valued at would be endangered. These suits Incrcuicd to .eight the lumber of cases pending In the su- reirie court- Final decisions In all will he deferred until District of Columbia court of appeals ucts In a cst case Involving a loan to Hom- ny, Okla., for a similar power lant. This decision Is expected at le court term beginning next Mon- gathered in all These twcrity millions havi one heart, only one will and only one decision; "This manifestation wants to sig- nify the complete .and absolute identity between Italy and fascism Only Ignorant brains can think-the contrary, be ause they do riot'know .what the fascist Italy ot 1935 Is." "It Is. not only an army which Is marching towards Its destiny today but there are Italians well' who are .marching with' this Both In Venezia square and ev- erywhere else In Italy, It was scene of national enthusiasm per- haps unparalleled In history. When Mussolini finished, "after sptaWng lor 18 minutes, the na- tional mobilization was declared ended. The crrwd broke Into a tremendous rpar of cheering, the waves of sound beating against the walls of the palace and thunder- Ingly echoing back Into the square. Screams of "Vive H Duce" were heard sbove the blare of bands pbylng the national anthem and patriotic airs. The noise In the square could be heard half a mile away. As the vast throngs streamed from the square through the streets, ex- traordinary precautionary measures were taken to protect the British embassy against possible demonstra- tions- A battalion of Infantry and another battnlllon of cariblneers, divided Into platoons, roped off the embassy area. A squadron of caval- ry and several truckloads of police were held In reserve In side streets. More than Italian men, women and children had dropped their tools and whatever task they had lh hand to rally to concentra- tion points In the greatest mass mobilization In history. It had been ordered for Mussolini's address. Alarm signals from all towers In See ITA.V.Y, Pare II, Col. 8 IMS By United rim) PARIS, Oct. France hsi Informed Great Britain unoMlcVally that it will reply In the affirmative to the British appeal for French aid In the event that a Anglo-Ital- ian Incident In the Mediterranean leads to war, the United learned today from high sources. The British, anticipating an offi- cial reply In this sense irom Fri- day's flench council meeting, have decided not to modify their naval plans in the Medlterrean. Capt. Anthony Eden, British cab- net minister, who was expected to confer with Premier Pierre Laval here this evening has postponed his arrival until Thursday night. He has Informed Laval that the latest decision of the British government s expected to stress British readl- less to support sanctions or penal- Jes to the limit once Great Brit- ain has been that will aid Great Britain. Overpass Job At B'Spring Approved AUSTIN, Oct. over- lass eliminating the grade cross- ing of the Texas and Pacific rail- way and state highway No .1 ten miles from Big Spring, has been approved by the district engineer of the federal bureau of roads, the state highway department cd today. 7.t will be Included in projects upon which bids will be taken soon. Widening of embankments and bridges on highway 2 between Aus- tin and Round Rock was another approved project. MARTIAL LAW SOFIA, Bulgaria, Oct. government Uday decreed UftSd SB 0 .of neige add placed the coun- uirUil'lMr. Mpt. 16. SIGN AGREEMENT .NORTON. Va., Oct. 2- An agreement was signed here yester- day between Vlrglria coai operators and of the United Mine Workers, ending the strike la Virginia. can liilita >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 ;