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Laredo Weekly Times (Newspaper) - October 12, 1913, Laredo, Texas Established June 14 1881 Great Centre and Gateway international ConifJ J J VOL xxxi n LAREDO tEXAS OCTOBER 12 19IBTWELVE PAGES NO 18 TheOijePrice DEgAgTgiENT STORE The past few days have added a lot of New Goods to our Ladies Ready to Wear Department Ladies Suits from to Misses Suits from 3000 Junior Suits from to the new Ideas in style and at prices that claim your attention Special in Childrens and Misses Dresses Ages 4to and 98c worth and Ages 8 to worth SI 25 and SI 50 We secured a big lot of Crex Rugs from Underwriters are selling them at followingprices Size Special 6 fectx9ieet 3 00 Tbese prices will move them buy now and save money Our store opens at 8 A M and closes at 6 P M The Dry Goods and Ready to Wear De partments are from 12 M to 4 P M AUG C RICHTER UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT Abrogation of Civil Rights Flowed Resolution of Deputies Warning Huerta AfteiJfenator Dominguez Had Disappeared and Huerta Arrested 110 Members of Chamber of Deputies I I IEBBTT1 FrtiiiHt B I ALEIAHin SAI W BIOWI is bank is a strong safe successful It is a growing active pro gressive uptodate bank in every respect These are sufficient reasons for you to be our customer and we respectfully ask you to become one NATIONAL BANK PLANK VICTOR OVER TODAY ATHLETICS BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP TAKING POUR GAMES FROM GIANTS By Associated Prisis Mexico City 11 branches of thai Mexican N DgreM isuspeaded by PrciWeut Kuenas a rest and conflnemeHt in the peniten tiary of 110 member of the chamber deputes a resolution warning Huerta bees we ol tne disap of Senator Dominguez Huertas coupbywhich he made iWmself dictator has created a feeling of tense expectancy attack ing Huerta In Dotningaez will OVER TWO BONDRED PERISHED AT SEA STEAMER VOLTURN1A BURNEDJ IN MID ATLANTIC WHILE A j HEAVY SEA WAS RAGING Capital SurplusaH Undirided Profits By Associated Press I Teams PJd Won Lost Philadelphia 1 300 iNcw Turk 3 4 j Game I R H E 103 OOO f JNew York 010 I 2 Hank and Schaiig Mat on be Polo York Hy wjimlnff tnif afternoons j a wore of 3 to 1 ihp Philadelphia lAihtcUru rotittte Macks aggregation jfri ihe American annexed Ua s Washington Oct ar rest of membersof the Mexican Con gress anl his adjournment of tmt lwly has aroused anxiety here administration UOCF attempt to dlsErtiise Ma Ins Mexico City precipitated tie most sirloin BiiuatiJij since look office By Associated Press i Fisbguard Oct in a raging btorm in midAtlantic destroyed theliner bouni from fiottprdam to Xew Yor Two hundred and thirtysix pafssoi seis members of tfte perish ei Ten called by stood by tujd ID of HIP moutmUnoiis saved numlmS atid d Reported e Qct SngljrnilaWc rpports today said ffiyt th tlm In a ImttJe near psrt in srcat Tlj caii from titiniinii w the liner Carmauta TS She OQ for 4 Matt hedowned base ball some IN WISCONSIN WIND fbaf sf the worlds A old Spell is on l Way Buy your Gas Heaters in time and prepare while you can and before the rush is on We have a complete assort ment of Gas heaters today Do not wait until they are all picked over We want your trade and we will please you if you will give us a chance j A DEUTZ i BROTHER j NOTICE Our store will be closed Saturday October llth until P M on ac count HOLIDAY of nrp games and shows Hint the hate another giicsg Awl ihfp loo the Giants ate bnit ctf crow sn their own grounds to and saw ilicir great twifler so dcfraf Pad we shonld the th i forf i alili ssrooard the terrinr soa toanU kppt working 4 Tlntrrfar rte jlntrgf KNOWN AND AMOUNT OF Orosae and camojj DAMAGE NOT YET in Then aad an v for f Tiddif Jlunk only allowed two rp to aanox hits off Mm only fllant to across the jilate J camr nomc in tne fifth spasm Tjut after hat Plark hcM thfm safe Thf only Rame won by Xew York was fhat pitched by Matthewson on Wednesday and BO they depended on 41hiw repealing the slant today he dplircr thp goods And the Philadelphia Athletics arc tho cham base ball players of the worW the title in games plajnd will not be NUMBER Of DEAD Our store will be closed from 6 p today until 6 p m tomorrow on ac if count HOLIDAY Axlan At Jhere By Asuaciatcd Progfc blosion oti Xoftisrina f La Oct Tlinosands on the oiiipf perponsaer 1 ihp nnniber a thclj V hi a violent enoucji o sWMn flic wnv of She MR bulk L Daiches Jeweler ft I fi 4 SIX YEARS FOR GONZALEZ Clothier and Furnisher j Youngest Member of Smuggling Which Killed Ortiz Received Short Sentence to The TimRS PearsalK Tesss Oct jury 4this morning gave Lino Gonzalez 4younpppt of the band of smtigglors 4 charged with the murder of Sheriff Ortiz a sentence of sir years jin the penitentiary 19141 125 This lathe number we have contracted for There is one for you and as they last 1 life liroe why order now and be getting the good out of it Cost less to buy cost ess to man tain and give more ser vice than aay other car Dont forget we run a FORD GARAGE and carry a full stock of parts lor the accomcxlation of FORT owners SANIES MOORE CO TAFT SPEAKS AT ANDOVER nnal Oct colebration ol Kotinders m AMERICAN PRISON CONGRESS Indianapolis Tint Oct nTt1 prism riot1 FtrUtes which Isave joccnrrw in X York Michigan and other States Hi past year will form la kaiSSng topsv of discussion at Uo convcitiiii of the irison AssooUiiiin abdiit to i in this city Friends of prison ireform movenKnt will cndpavor o prove tn papers anf addresses before ibe convftntion liiat ttie riots snrl in subordination arnot due to too much lenientjwithii he prison The convntion opens its sessions tonight with adiirosscs of welcome fcy Governor and former Vice President followed by annnai nddrefof the association president A Leonard of Mans i field O Amone the persons of prom inenco who are to sponk at the ma tomorrow ind the session of iic cominj week are Mrs Maude Raliington Tiooth Jfiss Tulia irofs Cliarles R Hen derson of the Tniverstly of Chicago Dr J T Giimoiir Of Toronto and Governors Koss of Massachnsetts Cox of Ohio Kherfiart of Minnesota Bleasc of Carolina and Mc No ArticHcans Aboard Vork Oft owner of hi Uranian which Ih Vo urnia operaUd rlaifn thJt wer K57 ahoani of whom all saved and drowner r is not bai that anj nativetorn AmsricafisJ were aboard J FOR HOLtOAV Boston Oct Har rcu director o the PanAmerican Union be the principal speaker jSt a meeting in Fan coil Hall menf o make Columbus Day t cognize PafiAmprican holiday tjo launched NEW ALBANY 100 YEARS OLD Oct 11 Albatiy will celebrate the centenary i of its incorporation as a city by a salai week beginning tomorrow on miicf the Keneral plan for an old Some hut with more For a year the citizen have been prci paring for the event and their efforts promise now o result in one of largest civic gatherings ever held You have You have read The New Wizard Polish Mop the triangular one that getsinthecorners and picks up every particle of dust wool and lint without ever stooping The factory has authorized us to dispose of the Wizard Mops packed in individual cans and the quart size of the Floor and Furniture polish for Regular price This offer will not last long take advantage of the opportunity while its good JOSEPH WETZER j tablet in cor Royal Theatre THE BRIGHT SPOT PHOTOPLAYS DE LUXE PROGRAM TONIGHT rs Of the world Trinidad pitch lake one of fhe former Governor Wilson of st former Vice President former Oovernor Durbin of Indiana to Mertco and Cnte Wvely THE NEWEST FUN ON THE TO
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