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   Laredo Weekly Times (Newspaper) - April 15, 1923, Laredo, Texas                                Established June I The Future Greet Rallroed Centra and Qrattd Gateway of International Com litiffiiritOMC OIK LAREDO TEXAS APRIL 15 I 923TWELVE 44 R IC H T E R S SI IS 333 LSH m Karely have we had a more splendid variety of a more up to the minute stock of fine The newest of the Every thing to delight the heartc of wrmen who love good shoia in selling we do not clean up every pair of the new there are a few pairs over we have 2r6 pairs of broken sizes which we have priced The values are from if 00 to if we can fit You will secure up to the minute footwear at a great saving the Hosiery will match your shoes in any color of hose wanted Special For Wednesday In The Ready To Wear Department CHILDREN SJ REGULAR Gingham Dresses j UVC values On Sale Wednesday Something new every Until you see the new styles we are showing this you wont know how far style development has Youll see some totally new styles models that cannot be seen anywhere These exclusive styles are shown in KUPPENHEIMER good clothes smart A large variety in all sizes for MEN and MEN 1701 HIDALOO PHONB 1353J TWISS Wholesale and Retail ARMY SURPLUS PROPERTY Equipment fiwL V r ktitft Meeting of Ministers Emphasized Determination to Evacuate Ruhr Only as Germany Balance Left Afrer Occupation Expenses are Paid will Go Into General Reparation USE OF COTTON BROKE RECORDS Hy Associated April French and governments decided today in a conference of ministers hero to riimliitrso themselves for the Ruhr occupation expenses out of the mer chandise ud money seized from the They again emphasized SHIP PROBLEM TO BE SETTLED EXCEED EVEN BANNER OF AND FAR ABOVE By Associated Prean April their determination to evacuate the MONTH liuhr only as Cermauy Any IF NO OTHER WAY OUT IS DIS balance left after the military and en HUUKiiug expenses are paid will be tunic d into the reparation fund for the In infit uf all the The mer chandise seized will first be applied to orders already placed with Qer many inder the reparations scheduleHy Associated JPradw New records for Herman payment in the1 April A decision i NO OTHER WAY OUT IS COVERED GOVERNMENT WILL OPERATE in cotton manufacturing were esUili and Belgians filling their own was reached by President Harding and lishert during when more cotorders by compulsion if ton was consumed than in any month in the history of the industryThe consumption was more than ImlN larger than In March a year ao exceeds the previous record of by almost Con sumption In cotton growing states ilao is a bales have Ing bean compared with the previous record of bales iu OPPOSES HARDING PLAN AS NOTulent WILSON STATED HIS ATTITUDE members of the shipping board a a conteriiice to prow ed il onie to the consolidation 01 the boards foreign trade and then ullir the liner and for conditioned on a guaranty of maintained ner It is further provided that if the government finds itself o sell without an unjustifiable sacrifice it then will proceed to direct goveru Cotton consumed in March gated hales of lint and bains of compared with 921 hales of lint and bales 01 lintera In February of this LONDON POLICF DISCOVER PLOT WIDE RAMIFICATIONS AND URE OF PLANS MADE IT A SERIOUS BEING CANDID OR HE hy Associated Prem April Fornui By Associated April Is opposed to Presl Iliirdings proposal for cundij tionul American adhesion to the per j niiincvil ciiirl of justice i cslablisliud at The Hague under thf allspices ot die league of the Philadelphia Public Ledger says in copyrighted despatch from Washingj It said Wilsons first formal was embodied in a lettei I to Arthur Rouse of chair man of the Democratic congressional campaign in response ti an The Ittter is quoted us Let me say that I approve not conditional but unconditional i reliesion ot the United States to tin The pcliey in declared to be buildtd upon the basic principle Unit the ad ministration is determined the United Stntcs should have a merchant Discussions are suitl to have develop ed Unit the president and a majority of the board memberihip were strong ly to go vet n instil operation and it explained Iliat it would LKJ ouly a last vrallnR plots involving destruction of i world court up under the life and property in London are reof the league of though J ported to have come into the posses sion of Scotland Yard as a rcault of last nights raid on or re Borts ot Irish men or wonui suspect ed of bctng Republican think it would be more IS HOOVERS PLAN SAID SHIPPERS MUST HELp THE RAILROADS TO SECURE THE RESULTS By Associated April The plans are said to include plots I responsibilities which its with the fame of the United States i organizations are by Secretary for candor and courage to become Hoover lo cooperate with railroad memhor of the league of nations and j incuts in a national effort to share with the othermembers the iirie volume of riilroiid traf for tvttacky on Loudoua lighting and pnwur sources and underground pow tr cltorts to release Irish prisoners mid attempts on the lives of liigh It is stated plots had huge ramifications In Great Britain and had reached such a that the of a week by he police lihve resulted in their heinj put into Captured Austin April Free State troops this morning captured Austin former Republican minister of home according to the Kx ihange Stack was hiding lii ditch in the mountains near Clon nel in the district where Liam Lynch was captured the Efforts Failed Ties April insert an endorsement of tin of nations in the war proven covenant expected handled ex peditiotisly He printed out that the railroads inide investments for their tion resolution of the National League President Sam Cashier UABfLIUICS 8TATEWSE r Of THE LAREDO NATIONAL BANK K COMUKNSKLi Loans and States Bonds Stork Uther Honda and Surplus Fund 20000000 Stock in Federal Reserve Redemption Fund with Hanking Furniture and lahami t facilities and He it vital that Mie shippers by taking in their winter coal supplies diiri ig the loaning cars lo Women Voters convention failed retiuciiiK retonsiKiiments today for lack of a second to the me ion by Blanche McKelvie e She declared she was spired to offer the motion by Lord Hobert Cecils address In support o league of nations Friday ADVANCE IN Hy Associated April and rulrainiiig fron demanding ao excess car HUNDREDS ARE BROKERS ARE By Associated New April By Associated April hundred including an mlsHinp fin the result of a tidal wave and off the tust coast of ac advicesKirhy Lumber Company today coidlig to advicon received here by nounced nn advance rrf 10 to 15 porjthe navy The cent in the wages of men who total number of lives lost in the daily It affects about hut is believed to be jnen nnd increases the annual pav roll approximately The Increase was made without any atig AH members of the New York Coffee and Sugar Exchange today received a form letter from the Unltoil States atlonn of fice asking submission of the record of all of their firms aufl transactions In raw und refln vl nuxnr from 1st to April The government took another step which revealed the course of action of the investigation Into high priced An the department of Justice visited the coffee and mtgnr exchange and invited several members to call on tbe United States attorney next gestion from the to whom it was a It was made effective Anril added to the semi monthly pay ARE STILL By Associated April wo men and four mon still were dancing this morning in the cortest for the unofficial endurance dancing ip of the Thirtysix en hired the contest beginning at Thursday TOLD OF MOTHERS By Associated April Homer known hi world j over as Oalli the operatic her sweetest und blew ii fare well kiss to her audience at the Louis iana College at Pinevllle last night after had sung Sweet When the applause had died nivay she turned to an unopened cablegram laid on a table in hoi told of the death of her Slgnora Enrlchita aged in Undivided Uther Liabilities The Spalding OFFICIAL LEAGUE BASE BALL The Ball That won the World Series Has been adopted by the NATIONAL LEAGUE WESTERN LEAGUE TEXAS LEAGUE 10 years LeagueMichigan Ontario League State League Mississippi Valley League and many other Leagues of Use The Spalding Base Ball in Your Games it insures better DEUTZ BROTHER ca CD EYES TROUBLING YOU We can will advise you what to do ufttr H exuminatioM of Glasses are recommended only when We do our own lense grinding Watches and Jewelry CD 3l for cah or criMiit Watch and Jewelry Impairing CO o Albums WH 00 VOIJK KODAK PINISIIINd N K 1 A V S i V I C E GALO OPTICAL 514 Flores Opposite City Market lA OUR WINDOWS BOSTON SHOE STORE   

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