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Laredo Weekly Times (Newspaper) - May 30, 1926, Laredo, Texas A Mi Established June 4v vW Ki 1 AT V V A 4 v j i vf We believe that one of the first principles of successful bask ing is a desire to be accommodating and helpful The First Bank of Laredo RICHTERS Cool Crisp Undies Voile Stepins and Voile Voile Gowns 98c For the warmer nice cool Voile in solid colors or printed designs at Our New York Office bought 500 dozen Ladies HatsVata great saving we have some of them at Jantzen liathing Bathing Bathing Belts in great variety The School of in Fancy Work will be here only a short See who will be pleased to show Youll Enjoy Wearing A Tropical Worsted Suit Because they successfully combine style as well as They come In many at tractive models for every build PRICES RANGE FROM UP Some with 2 pair Trousers Steifl Bloch Smart Clothes Good Clothes Athletic Cut Clothes The Popular Priced Beautiful Line Straws and Panama Hats The Latest Models in EDWIN CLAPP and CROSSETT OXFORDS New Manhattan and Broadway Shirts LAREDO MAY 1838TWELVE i i A L V ill i r 1 BANDITS IN TAMPICO REGION RELEASED BRIG6S AND BUT FATE OF OTHERS STILL UNCERTAIN TODAYNO WORt HAS BEE RECEIVED REGARDING THE THREATENED SLAYING OF SHAIULIN IF RANSOM NOT PAID BELIEVED HE IS STILL ALflTE IN BANDIT CAMP GENERAL MMILFO GOMEZ ASKED BflVEWttlENT TO SEW MORE MED TO PROTECT UVES f i t is art STATE KEEPS UP ROADSF STATE AS FAST AS MAINTENANCE CON TRACTS EXPIRE STATE WILL TAKE OVER THE By Associated May ance of all state highways Is being taken over by the Hal chairman ot the highway commis said By the middle of June private contracts for the main tenance of roads In about 150 east northeast and central counties wil have Contracts for some cjounttes already hjave expired and he BAPTISTS WENT ONRECORDTODAY OPPOSED TO MILITARY TRAIN ING IN SCHOOLS AND RATI FYING LAUSANNE 7 Aiiocteted Mexico May bandits u the Tamplco region released he Brim and wert captured Thursday and eld tor fate ot three ther Americans inPxthe hands of out aws in several Other wctlons ot the ountry was still Uncertain The American embassy here is still waiting word as to the fate ot John of Braden of and a mln ng engineer named Jules Oal A despatch from Torreon ays Braden and Gallagher are still Powell of Austin a ar rived there today and started tor the mountains with the United States ice consul to search for the bandit Braden8 at Laredo have ottered to pay whatever money may be necessary to secure his re Last reports said the bandits In Vera Cruz who were holding Shank Hn had thresWtoed Mil him Thurs dayJlnfght4t tile pesos were not Inthe absence of any reports to the embisay today regarding the belief vailed that he has not been killed Officials are of the opinion that i the bandits had carried out thel death threat the news would haire reached Mexico City by this time notwithstanding the difficulty o No details hare been received here concerning the reloas of Brlggs and General Ar nulfo head of the military i the state of Vera has requeste the government to send him re inforcements In order he ma protect tho lives and prpperty o Mexicans and By ABSocteteM May North irn Baptist convention went on rec ml today against compulsory mil ary training in high schools and co and against ratification of th usaonci treaty restoring relation with It likewise demandec rigid enforcement of the prohibitio narcotic urged the churche o take an Interest In the movement seeking to improve labor standards and advocated the adoption ot a chil abor amendment to the constitution CAPTURED AFTER DAR1NGJSCAPE CALEB HIOH THREE STOLE A HORSE ANP QOT d 4 4 c BRADEN SAFE AT A telegram received today by Braden from her who had been held captive by bandits for the past ten announced that he had arrived this morning ssfs and This allays sit fears of Braden being In danger from the Tht telegram no further ds TWO MEN KILLED BY BOOTLEGGERS THREE OTHERS WOUNDED I WHAT POLICE BELIEVE WERE CONNECTED CRIME By Associated New May bootleggers war in New York and Brooklyn today resulted in two murders and three men A dozen shots were fired during a quarrel among four men in a Brooklyn during which Salvatore aged business agent for a Was shot and The other three men In tho party were A few later Frank aged an al leged was shot to death In East 33d No clues have been unearthed as to his Loonles murder was closely followed by that of William a boss the Bast and the wounding of Daniel Ahearn and Har ry all of whom were shot under mysterious circumstances dur ing the past few The detectives believe there is some connection be tween all the New York SPEAKS IN EAST By Associated Texas M May candidate for governo will carry his flight into Bast Texa next Joe Hale of Davt sons campaign said her By Associated May Joseph who escaped from the Texas Honor farm after scaling high walls swimming three closaly purl sued by guards and was arrested here He completed ila escape from Texas by stealing a horse and riding tire miles to catch the train on which he left the He was picked up here by detective who recognised him from a picture AFTElf THE HAUGEN BILL MLAUQHLIN OF NEBRASKA BAYS BILL APPROVED CORN BELT 87 Associated May farm price stabilisation bill with the Haugen bill killed by the house last has been pre pared by Representative McLaughliu Republican of the house agriculture committee to day that he would ask for early com mittee McLaughlln contend ed he had eliminated all controversial features ot the Haugen bill and said his proposal had been endorsed by representatives of farm organisations In the corn belt NEW MEXICO IS NOT SATISFIED FILED EXCEPTIONS TO REPORT OF SPECIAL MASTER ON BOUNDARY By Associated May state of New Mexico has filed exceptions In the United States supreme court to the recent report by the special mas ter chanqery appointed to con slder the boundary dispute with Texas and urged Its The state among other that his findings and recommenda tions were not based on records previously made in the PENSION SYSTEM WAS APPROVED PRESBYTERIANS WILL RAISE FIFTEE MILLIONS FOR SUPPORT OF ITS By Associated May greatest financial undertaking of the Presbyterian Church In the was approved today by the general assembly when the report ot the now pension system Involving the raising of was The which provides for a volun tary suatentatlon fumli for ministers and their churches was worked out by the committee on ministerial re lief and sustentatlon cooperating with a laymens committee under the chairmanship of Will the mo tion picture and ruling elder ot the Presbyterian church at Sul ifAw 1 f t j 83MTT if 4 W 3 KnowledKe Accuracy rj To sum Satiafactiop u j I The GoUen tile in I Before this can prosper DCIUTC ima iadustries and individuals must rule in is the real spirit behind service and t t t P la 1 fT i1 This Banks first interest is the success and prosperity of its I U v v Vi V j f 4 f1 Iv tVTt 0 j r vL l v j GIFTS FOR Starling silver of all tho known Water Sets i Coffee Sets Tea Sets i Sherbet Sets Many other items LAST r DATOHB28 Laredos for Quality llnco Army Escort Wheels and Axle Array New All kllMs ot harness and wagon covers and roll New folding cots New mattress 60 and Clothing TWISS ARMY STORE W2 Convenl R O O F I N G A BARRETT SPECIFICATION is a Pitch and Gravel on which Manufacturers furnish a Guarantee It must be a good apply them We also apply and guarantee the IMMITATION SPANISH TILE ROOF an SOLDERED TIN ROOF You will profit by asking our SOUTHERN PLUMBING till ItwsUt Ml LIGARDE BRICK B R I C K Telephones 828 and Texas
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