Frederick News-Post (Newspaper) - July 22, 1920, Frederick, Maryland WEATHER Temperatures 90; 5S. GOOD days for the taaa half FREDERICK COUNTY'S MORNING DAILY 188. THURSDAY JULY 22, 1920. PRICE TWO CENTS Salaries Of City ney And Street ent TO REPAIR LIGHTING PLANT Transacting a volume of business including minor changes in city nances aow being the of Aldermen remained in sion until 12.30 o'clock this morning Jeweled Sword For Pershing Crosses Line With Shamrock Wins On Corrected To The Aboard the U. S. Destroyer July won her first race today jn the International contest for American yachting cup with bellying to a mile Shamrock crossed the line IS seconds ahead of the cup de- and Resolute won on time In the sort of a breeze the Shamrock ardently at their regular monthly meeting for in order to show the Lapton s began at the usual hour last j yacht romped home a winner from To considerable the lenger at her the American discussed light poor on the third race of the one matter after another that claimed was It was the real After a ea up and disposed of. It was one of calm a spanking breeze f vc Admitted On Stand He Signed Statement His Grandmother Was the set the longest sessions on Charles L. consulting en- gineer of upon invitation came up from the ping the sea into white caps and ing conditions ideal a real test. before Khe aldermen and The time of 2.20.40 for the first in the face of -a fresh improvement to the ing system of the Mr. Reeder stated that the light subject at time A-as foremost with practically shows her true The whole leg was series brilliantly out sailing on the part every city in the country owing to of both But the cunning of the fact that very any Captain of out- was made this line lasted that of the the war After going lead stretched to nearly a half a over local conditions to The official time of the finish was length and answering 5.03.28. questions propounded by the 5.93-47. ae was to submit to The yachts were the the board an estimate on improved official figures the Resolute had won bv 1 her street a new generator an- a proposed white The ment of the aldermen was to There will be no race the light in a most The Shamrock will be placed in substantial manner and at the same docks to have her bottom to make the at Shamrock crossed the starting line least Mr. Reeder first at 1 o'clock with Resolute only Ssed rf to place the 12 seconds The official the board within a time Changes in some ot the city 1.00.41. Shamrock tacked nances embraced the adoption of port within a minute ana Resolute flat salary for gome of the city at Both were heading 1-w fr n n Testimony for the defense case of the suit aside a deed was in day afternoon court adjourned this morning at 10 Tbe principal witnesses during the afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. W. mon latter being on Qie stand when court several other witnesses remain to testily for the and it is provable that a or two will called rebuttal by the plaintiff is is expected the suit will be concluded W. Harmon who hoi is the deed that his their A. Louise are seeking to set testified thai he and his wife had been residing in a small in but had removed to a larger and more apartment in order to commodate hte America E. B- who was coming to live with told about from bis in cash and other He read from a check stabs amounts that be had paid for his and stated that some of the money he received from grandmother went to help to pav the rent of their new He said he had also spent about of his own He stated he made every effort to secure cheaper but could not another place in Washington ar Otv Engineer Emory C. who present salary is a year and 50. cents an hour extra for contracts more than wat to per annum and 51.00 per hour .in contracts more than Mr. Crum explained that city work of amounting W on single was very unusual and That he could not additional com- in this direction except in rare He also has an office to pay out of his OB Page SEG Erwin Appears At Governor's land For Sentence For caping I Xew July of Philadelphia alleged draf for whom Federal authorities Tor and a naif rendered today at Governor's He is a brother of Grover Cleveland I for whom a LIKELY TO GO UP HALF CENT PER HE 30 To 40 Per Cent. Raise 13 Freight Rates Talked Of. PUBLIC MUST STAND BOOST July er- met with passenger ana here today to Fort which brother home his un- der Sir Auckland British Ambassador to the U. S. presenting eral with a gold jeweled the gift of the City of f The was made at the British Embassy ia Washington ernor s a distinguished s- who cape leave at the be tried in he sentence of imprisonment in case ot army authorities Grover C. was tried under regulations and was to five doll did not say where he had been hiding nor did he intimate whether he knew the whereabouts of his according to Major William F. assistant adv 1 Interstate Commerce Commission to raise passenger fares a half cent a i official of one of the big roads said that the previous in- asked by the road had been department judge Interstate that He testified that he not pay the rent and his ily salary and was obliged to some of money his grand- mother to who changed his James E. former euy on freight officials he that it was fair to ask passenger rates to bear a part of the increased after the railroad a definite decision preparing a plea to the Commerce ing the requests for freight Wage from two prison States Railroad Labor Board in while on the as l wav to Western where he of railway unions continued Reno S. Harp Outlines What He Stuart con to pay out of his i- rt i- i n t. Street Superintendent E. Peter For Counties Fight salary hap been ner hap been per was an increase to per day OT The aldermen were unanimous in the that the salary of the street Question With Telephone Sub- Pirelli ot tne street was not in proportion to for the several counties work at times many were at grips with counsel for the of extra work for which he Subscribers Protective had him to pay ex He said he also rented a room in his new apartment at pel which helped to defray ex- iHe testified that he removed bis grandmother to a asylum in the District of Columbia upon the advice of two physicians and after his wife's health had become ed He said he visited his grand- mother once a week at the asylum and took her things to eat Two or three days before her death she was removed to another He knowledged a receipt showing that he an account of lor his grand- mother at the though he was under the impression that wafe a free said at one tame his wife's health Thinks On The Needs Of Timanus And there would be W V. or illegal strikes now Thw roSe who in had been the chief concern of railroad SSto discuss the probable former of compensated of before tbe mil 01 tue City Attorney Edward S. Delaplaine Public Service Commission in whose retainer fees is 550 per more on the question of segregating extra pay for extra was from the rest of the state are il n u cot given a frai salary of per regards telephone As a rule fees of the city attorney for drawing up new and Wicomico counties are the city in law suits and opponents of the segregation er instances in which he is and are supported by entitled to fees amounts to more than j patrons of the company throughout the new Under the terms rural sections of the state who the flat salary the city attorney addressed letters of protest to to transact all the legal A number of these business of the aldermen without communications were read into tra The aldermen j record this morning by People's gave considerable thought to the Counsel Joseph G. posed new Mr. These correspondents did voted against increasing confine their observations to the of Most of them The aldermen passed an order a at the service pay judges and clerks of election one declared that it was of such the special bond issue election perja character as to day and cents an hour extra special on In a of 56S2 submitted for the Another writer favored the extra appeared each for eion the history of telephones in the Washington county and made some clerk of election and to the attorney very unfavorable comparisons of the to The judges and I service given during the days of in. Herks asked per day and extra j dependent and the present amounting to from to era of COT thC I t J f so impaired that she was not ex- to live and on account of her condition he had his grandmother re- moved to the Federal He stated fhat be has about in that his gave him Tpon cross-examination be ad- mitted that he had signed a cate to the effect that his er was insane and means m order to get her in the lum A. copy of the certificate in court contained the nature of his His wife testified that she nad on Page I to e recover the gold he arrived at a an is indicated new might be pr wage demands the train He is said to have declared his auto- of the face of an increasing Ritchie announced the members in thlt his was prejudicial to He intimated that u a stride rate and the abnormal valuations of the new State Racing Commission discipline and sorted to it pr 1 when land the high price of material as Stuart bring disgrace on the military aid is be withdrawn -A -o c -T Md. general manager of the not properly guarding l union Ste to is Baltimore T. Clay was to have the from the o. greatest need at this and what the Chamber of Commerce should first undertake for the good of rHe city at tions never at least they will return to former and ra the first I that Frederick has been put on the map to her advantage by her j tone and the richness of j and acts of hsr illustrious Governor Justice Roger B- Scott I Barbara Fritchie arid Winfield Sen ley have put Frederick j and on the Even He said to nave t- which was to approximately s and asked H Grover would be distributed in ith the award made active to Mav 1. union officials active to addition to MEN HT G Now our automobile by their r sid given Frederick an unsavory reputation Men And Woman Arrested At Headed ward Three automobile one of into t auto has reported seen all the UT I l J V iv through the The them a arrested in Chamber of Commerce should urge et on night at the authorities to inform visitors and j a n regard to minor and petty violations instead of ar- Gibbet Is Being Erected In The Jail Corridor Near Negro's Cell At ing in yesterday after- The day is distant thousands of tourists and oren from our own w 1] Frederick a wide and feel the if this practice t let it happen -In 1745 Patrick laid out And he certainly did lay out and as her streets are she has been laid out ever since f i a way there will rise upon her attractive in which to then will grow and her pop not far i noon before Justice Bitner and held in default of bail for a hearing on Thursday The three were arrested oy officers after with information by three Baltimore sleuths on combed Western Maryland section in quest of a band of alleged automobile whom toward the Wage Railway managers made n that while they are in complete cord Vith the wage ed freight rates will be titions for advanced freight and senger rates of 30 to 40 per cent will be presented the Interstate Com- mission to finance the wage advance operators Outlaw strikers in session here last j i rejected the English Officer Injured In The were nol in the labor The Railroad Labor Board to reconvene tomorrow to begin con- sideration of demands of express j nn i- rn in World War in U. S. On Sick An English Captain on sick accompanied by his j they chauffeur were arrested on the who were not with in the unp i r j i wt engineer and a gardener in i have been responsible for 12 thefts in pike yesterday evening on I 4 Kind Words For Edward J. Smith and There were a few kind words appeared before the aldermen jen for the telephone and told of the difficulty they had in One correspondent obtaining election at per conceded that the aid and added that they jp all and need not be had promised the clerks and I There was also a little from the in order to obtain that Trade which in- ask the aldermen to pay the application of the at the rate of rer day and with for increased rates on the tra time The board took that there was no question of view that the election supervisors the fact that operating expenses hai appointed for the term of three that embraced all the erectly increased for the just as they have increased for other public In order to accommodate Col. Amos of wbo anxious to a boat for the July his cell in the Talbott county jail where he is awaiting Isaiah tain can workmen fashioning the gibbet on which he is to hang on Friday for assaulting Bertha Simpson of Each hammer stroke is wearing away his Sheriff W. T. Soulsby that the negro rs on verge a According to word re- from Sheriff Richard Of Washington the descriptions increase at a rate the trio fit exactly those of the sreater it has in the And suspects for whom the detectives her in both the city and have been searching for several will you held i Had Ward on June 28. 187-6.1 The tno when captured gaves the Earl 3WTORCYCLIST 1 Frederick Badly Injured there was about 8.500 people lived in names of and there were 550 Douglass Arthur E. Arthur and Ethel the 24 ateam engines be water wheels in city and they were in has been marked sjon of an automobile owned Er- riding a new and battered a charge Officer and Inspector Spicer to Frederick from Hagerstown Frederick negro to examine applicants A Frederics about a mile thi said the whizzed past us and we started out after it and followed the to the city and they were going i 63 miles an was a The J. H. the dm ing the car said that he was sorry he a bent ed the law but it was compulsory that jre bandaged by Dr. and he was sent home in has been marten sion or an the law out H was in some ways roii of which was he Captain but we have not stolen from in front of the to Washington by seven o clock kept with other This -is Tuesday had left Pittsburgh 't street prisoners gave their address as NEW was anxious to catch a ror tne Eastern Attorneys Ogle and H. Findlay Photo Plays The the Telephone Subscribers When the first noise of the ers through the jail tain inquired what was going OT- When told fie again declared that he was dying a crime of Vbich he is Since then he has a surly silence and sits for hours at a time with his in his no longer calls Sor ice A w Plays The deferred and dainties and Photo Plays and allowed him to present an Plays Gity Opera to their arguments before the Photo The Star were Colonel J Photo Plays The Empire Tractor's Ideal Garage Co. Union Baking Co. St. Summers discussed the ple involved rather than the figures are to be presented in support of segregation The counsel argued that the telephone service comprised touches the prison fare set before In the east win? of the colored prisoners the rear of cells abut the which the scaffold is have protest since the work has They eav they not be able to sleep after the execution has tae service coin 21011. care of They that l haunt the scene ot Ms j v. pi G for a mile or make it a broad but according to the with building lots upon arrived on the the a with spacious front j train from Baltimore trees and wide .As 600n as the trio put in an and revenue from the lots will at the sheriff for the and if properly several constables suspected l the meadows will be free to the them of being the trio for whom and that he is in America on a park if If the Manning and Parr leave and it was essential that he get c The two men left Washington last The cap- censes if If the Commerce does not de- auto Had Tonsils Little Miss Leah ter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo had her tonsils removed at the City until pital The young patient about 5 o'clock The negro said that is they -A ere hurrying to get to the Cap- KOI on John of ued and sire to make this then let a number of progressive citizens and taxpayers undertake the begin issuing rce at the railway station while tain had both legs shot went down in a few and he walked on two artificial and the men returned with the Ward ones with the aid of two He not for and in the give the into which the woman presented a pathetic picture as he meadows to the city for TJie oar sped away in the stood in the magistrates office under Mountain of When Justice August T. Brust saia Zentz ae theft of his car the evidence was undisputed nan Grove an rest or and of about the speed and the fine progressive enough to were notified to head ot and The captain pam be satisfied a. fair price for At the point of the fine in fifties and a. one and back into fhe Stutz May Rebuild rf Mrs. Decker son 3 visit ud uin a arrived in and started for and R. I.