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   Laredo Weekly Times (Newspaper) - September 23, 1923, Laredo, Texas                                Established The T Great Railroad and Qrand Gateway of International Cam f LAREDO SUNDAY 23 I 923TWELVE 16 RICHTERS THE NEW FALL DRESSES IN ALL THE LATE SHOWING THE NEW IDEAS IN STYLE ARE THE MATERIALS ARE OF SILK AND W E HAVE SELECTIONS AT and up to and HATS to go with your dress you The Brush Wool Sweater has the call this season we have small shipments We would like for you to see We have added a new department Le Gifte Shoppe a delight to the many patrons who have seen the WHEKE THE NEW HAT STYLES ARE ALWAYS p It will not be difficult to ind something different 3 something really stylish in the wide variety of smart styles for STETSONS MALLORYS ALEXANDERS i 3 Original new and distinctive that wili receive 1 the enthusiastic approval of men and young men of j Report of the International Mission Forwarded to Council of Ambassadors Today Says Greeks are Albanian Police Captured Man Who Confess ed Being Chie of the Murder WALTON ISSUED A NEW DEFIANCE SAID HE WOULD CLOSE STATE FAIR IF LEGISLATORS PERSIST IN MEETING i By Associated j Oklahoma City A to clone the Olahoma State rair and place Oklahoma county under a more enforcement of martial law un lless members of the legislature aban don their plun to meet next Wednes day was voiced today by Governor i The governor declared that i members of the legislature from open defiance of lawful authority evi dently intend to ride through blood up to the bridle and any who oppose them will be wading through a slaugh tor house into an open Hut by virtue of the power vested in me as governor of this state no mob him 11 Oklahoma as Ions as I am above ground and in that Walton By Asauclntert bers of the international mission in vestigating the assassination of General Telliui and his suite are understood to be convinced that the Greeks are Innocent of the crime imputed to them by The report will forwarded to the interallied council of ambassadors The mission is also understood to have de cided that the while innocent of tho are guilty of negligence in seeking out those who romitted the The Hriiinh and French delegates con cluded that the assassins acted from vengeance rather than from political it Is It is stated that the Italian members are filing a ininority Prisoner It is reported from southern Albania the police there arrested a man named who confessed he was one of a band of seven who killed the members of tin Italian boundary mission near If the report Is it is be lieved here the entire plot will be uncovered and all the guilty ap PREMIERS MEET IN CONFERENCE GERMAN MINISTERS TO TAKE ACTION ABANDONING THE PASSIVE RE By Associated Strese niann has summoned the premiers oi the federated states of Germany for a conference en the Ruhr it was announced They are ex pected to meet This in looked upon in political circles as presaging early action on the issue ol abandoning passive Wholesale and Retail Looney HhmiiH judge Captain Joseph who IKIS been presid ing at tin1 sessions of the local niii tary commission for the past fcur has been relieved from duty and has returned to civilian who is also a tale left for Oklahoma Lloyd Odell was relieved from further duty Captains Wal lace and Charles Sweeney were iraim ferrod to the Oklahoma City commis The reasons were not an Captain Looney last in tho capacity of a state stated the federal government might he call ed upon to insure i republican form ol government in If Gov ernor Walton refused to permit an extraordinary session of tho legisla I Initiation In White Ku Klux Klan held an Initiation in the dining room of the White Basil Newton of represent ing the Klan imperial stated In an address to a largo audience of Klansmen and others at Hurricane last night during a Klan Called It stato of Newton that an Inltla I tlon of Klansmen had been held in the White House was declared today by White House officials too ridicul ous to LEGATION SAYS REPORTS FALSE THE OUTBREAKS IN BULGARIA CAUSED MARTIAL LAW TO BE DECLARED Wants League to appeal to the league of nations to act on the repara tion problem was made by George representative of the Union ot South in an address has applied for membership In the By AHHuclated The Bulgarian legation here announced today that it had received word that the govern ment in Sofia had decided to declare martial law throughout the country to prevent the spread of insurrectionary The legation announced that it had received absolute denial from Sofia of reports that a pro visional revolutionary government had been proclaimed in some parts oi the According to the official the outbreaks are confined to south ON LONG TO SEIZE By Associated The internal revenue collector at Lou in today wus ordered to tin warehouses cf the Daniel distillery and the Parker Distilling Company pending investigation of the theft of jiroximately of whiskey from both Louis officials expressed the belief that the j wiis stolen liv prominent liootlvggers l and peddled In the CALLED GENERAL j Hy Associated j marine transport workers branch of the In duslrial Workers of the World have called a strike effective hist midnight on the Great according to local who said similar strikes are in effect or will be called in Gulf and i seaboard ports for the release of war prisoners and other Local steamships officials said no strike was in effect to their tnmmiiiimmmmtmta President 8am VicePresident Cashier Aist Cashier LAREDO NATIONAL BANK GOVERNMENT MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE Total Resources over Surplus and Undivided Profits over WE INVITE NEW OUR MOTTO IS SAFETY Itiivt i I K Moon M AlcxiiiHi REPAIR THE LEAKY ROOF I T H Certainteed Roofing 1 Ply CIJKTAINTEKI ROOFING per Roll 2 8 DEUTZ BROTHER f T t t T T T T T T t t f t T O K N l hr militant whther Its ir tiltii on the Villow keep on liiiil a supply ol gvnuiiit K a P t m a n Ihuiogri Iliic IlSf IUW Kfl Series II KODAK QUICK AUTOMATIC I Ml I INK L H N S L B A 11 K 0 O V K R VERY MAP AND STRIKERS BEAT NEWSPAPER MEN REPORTER AND ART DIRECTOR HANDLED ROLGHLY BY PRESSMEN I By Associated f New giant naval dirigible by curtailment of New from to York Citys newspapers because of passed over Wilmington about noon this pressmens strike welcomed flying about feet above the apparent of the the central part of the The ship problem through the agreement reach left Lakehurst at Eastern time led hist night by which members of and expected to arrive In Washington at If JUDGES WIFE By Associated Fos ter wife of Federal Judge Symes and one of the leaders in Den ver was held up by a high wayman last evening and robbed of her money and her The holdup occurred several miles from Symew fainted after running to a ranch house and was brought here in an Police this morning reported they had found the T T T Other and prices also OUR KODAK UbPARTMElNT OPEN SUNUXY PKOM TO 12 V M One day service in Kodak finishing GALO OPTICAL JEWELRY Opposite City the International Pressmens union will man the presses deserted by the local A morning newspaper battered and dragged himself to a drugstore early Flying In the for an hour In a misty rain which eniiio told of having been kidnapped by shrouded the the navys i striking pressmen during a meeting new aerial visited Washing1 of the organization which he was ton She dropped n wreath j covering for his It also wan over the tomb of the unknown soldier j revealed that the art director of a nt Thousands lined the j morning newspaper was beaten yen streets and crowded the housetops tojtorday by a crowd of pressmen and Bee The ship kept in sympathizers near the entrance tlon with Washington by wireless dur1 of the municipal building at Park j JDK the making periodic The assailants fled after iufllct 1 Ing lacerations and KILLED BY GAS By Associated Fort aged of Fort an em ployee of an oil was ac cidentally killed by gas fumes at Pioneer SWEPT MAINS Hv Annotated largo gas mains 61 communities and cities in Texas were broken and one emetEency line and parts of two big mains were swept away and the large main crossing the river near Gainesville was threatened early to day when the Rod river reached tn floor stage unprecedented In according to officials of the Lone Star Gas Company American Garage Under New Management Our Repair Service is Unexcelled Anywhere Our Equipment is complete Our mechanics specialists and experts in their respective Our cylinder grinder is the latest and bent When we overhaul a car it performs like a new one We oil and wash and store We carry a line of Standard Wsinwright Pistons MeQutyNorris Hood casings WE ARE OPEN ALL NIGHT 1199 AMERICAN GARAGE Phone 1117   

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