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News (Newspaper) - August 20, 1907, Frederick, Maryland FROM f of Baltimore U published In MAIN POINT The main point In newspaper to place toe advertisement In which most people THE 261 TUESDAY AUGUST 20 SO CENTS A MONTH Pianos Pianos PIANOS and ORGANS the history of Palace of hare offered to the public low KB we are offering them this season Magnificent Upright Pianos In rich figured mahogany or Circassian walnut for and upward Organs for and upward Remember erery told by us is FULLY WARRANTED ARD for 6 to 10 years You cannot afford to buy a Piano or Organ until yon have examined these Instruments or easy Payments Palace of Corner Market and Frederick Md Aluminum Kettle 1.25 1.35 The Shaker Sifter Is the Strongest Made 253 Tin Enamel to nd Sheer ALLEN CO E PATRICK STREET B P S Diamonds Jewelry Watches We carry a rery complete HBO of Watches comprising all the beet Standard Makes Oor prices are very low quality considered and look them over DOLL Watchmaker Jeweler and Optician NAT MO J A P 42 K Co OF WOMEN'S OXFORDS 150 pair of Women's Oxfords and Strap Sandals in Vici Kid Patent Colt Gun Metal and Tan 50 and 75 values for H City Hall Store HAND AND BRICK Portland Cement Anchor Terra Pipe Fire and Building and Crushed Stono Hard and Coal Dynamite and Powder Prompt delivery of orders of any size Maryland Brick and Supply On F K R between Fourth and Roth Phones FOR SALE residence on Court Ht to quick Also 217 Patrick St roo dence heat and nil modern Other choice In small Money to lonn L Wi Jr EUROPE'S RICHEST BRIDE Marie Bonaparte to Wed Prince of Greece Paris Aug 20 Princess Marie Bonaparte a the United States attorney and said to be the richest unmarried woman in Eu- rope is about to Prince George of Greece grandson ot the present king and in direct line for the throne From the maternal grandfather Monte Carlo she inherited a fortune which is now estimated at Lord Townshend's case in brought to light a matrimonial agency there that was claimed to be necking a suitable husband for this to aret a i ion cl CO Cut there is nothing fn show that Unc w anything about i 1 L is a great admirer of One 01 her closest friends of Count Reventlow minister in Paris who before Mary Davidson a SL Yi banning of Park X T plead guilty at Trenton to forging notes against for The state supreme court at San Francisco rendered a decision ing- the legality of the removal of Mayor Schmits ana the of Mayer ONE-PRICE OUTFITTERS Shoes Crossett is arch Crossett on the fies the courage of its maker's convictions We remember that our reputation is at stake every time a pair of Crossetts is sold Conrt Bank ft K a IT TRADE WARN Call on our agent in your city or write us LEWIS A CROSSETT Inc No Abington Mass AUGUST CLEARANCE SALE Of Rugs Portieres Larae Curtains Table ens Bed Spreads Clocks Pictures Mirrors We also have a few and enda ia Furniture In terns which ha sold at 25 lesa than marked prices worth and par yard piece rolls only OIL worth SOa 353 and per yard one to five yards worth Soo and per yard Uen to sixteen yards aE 293 OB SCOLi BROTHERS MARKET AND STS 3 J M Mgr holes No mose darning If you buy S- All the popular colors Cotton medium or Sold in boxes bis pairs for FOR for 52 00 1 guarantee each pair THE HOME OF GOOD SHOES And the BEST quality of Flour Feed Grain Hay and Farming Im- consult THE FREDERICK EXCHANGE Carroll Street Frederick Md TUFT SMS National Issues Be- fore Buckeye Club Columbus TO VISIT THE PHILIPPINES Secretary Received Enthusiastic ing When Introduced as Our Next President Speech His Political Confession of Faith Columbus O Aug H Taft secretary of the ar department what he was pleased to term his political of faith at Memorial Hall The auditorium waich aas a seating capacity of over 3000 packed to the doors and several thousand people who also came to hoar the secretary speak unable to sain admittance The secretary under the auspices of the w n Republican club and thp vas notable from the that it is regarded as the platform upon which ho will make his campaign for the Republican nomination for president Air Taft made no formal ot his but he was in- by Governor Harris as ths next president ot the United States which was the signal for a prolonged outburst of applause This city is Mr Taft's first stop in the trip which ho began on Sunday The secretary's objective point is Manila but he will many stops on the way to thn Philippines and deliver a number cC speeches Secretary Taft spoke in pert as I beer invited by your body to thf Some of these involve the abuses over which thf public conscience been aroused ind the er their The first and the abuse has in the of system of the country whah the roads form Any unjust discrimination i i tho terms upon which transportation ot freight or is in vidual or 1 loi ind with ers ss of 01 the locality exactly as the binding of the ar- aril to a member of human its liTo Railroad Rale Regulation Made aware ot the moribund condition of regulation under the old law and of v which pre- in railway management Roosevelt in h's message ol rei powers of tile sion be UK fast d bling the i to lix and second ip its order o tin without resort to fo 1 lie II be m lit in tribunal with n il This was done by Ilie passage I 11 in Tlie neu let tin i t rates and irn ti j to all of Us by shall tfo into foet tb ale mule o r ot and failure in to i I- i- punishable by 1 01 i U tlie s M PJI t s a re t IPI isdn ot tl com- mission union ami is Thi n t the sie i power Io lix th i or tile i Ps nt il ic s rl u at d Ine io IM- m d toi i ei MI It t i i s from ind i tli ri in a i i h I tn rn t nui h i v e 1 n in r ri a i OP- 101 IT ion i s a i OP ot ra 11 s 1 1 i in tn ears 11 ifo i foi tin 1 i is ire to poi i i t n foi t lu ITI all r tK t 1 I to tur UK seh s 11 ii i I v i is for ir u- i o- ii i i i Opposed By Nevi r a b it- o d nil i s to a il t a t h i d the r it I il A of d i- v s i M were id in i n t i mind v mil upon ot ei the of in Jl th t t 1 i i on- lion I it it u be 1 t i i a d t rom as is mil a and ei nt The sei ond of xt i tii i il commission to fix rale that tile Mir 01 i it a nit i t nns i i -1 traffic managers of THE MONUMENT IN BUFFALO It was on r that the late McKinley made his famous speech advocating reciprocity with nil countries and especially friendly tions with the countries of continent at the exposition in Buffalo The he shot down by Czolgosz On Sept 5 of this year Buffalo dedicates a noble monument to his memory it is of pure white mont marble stands in Niagara square in tbo of the citr At base are four liens thf work of the well known animal sculptor A Proctor cost 105.000 was defrayed by the railroads competent tor trie that was so connected with every other that it was Impossible for a body of laymen to reach a safe and just in respect to one rate without creating hopeless confusion The third and final objection was that the law was invalid in that congress was delegating power to another body and WPS the oral constitutional rule that delegated power cannot be The rule lias an exi option There may be delegation of legislative power where the purpose tn he original of the power can oe only by its delegation to an asent It IK admitted that the constitution gives congress the power to fix rates Obviously however It Is for congress as a boOy to spend he time and labor to do so If the be exercised nt ali practically it can bo only through a tribunal or an agency like that of the interstate com- merce commission Hence congress may the power tinder proper ive limitations and rules of decision Opposed to Government Ownership I am opposed to government First existing ways are not managed with either the or economy of privately roads and the rates charged are not h low and therefore not as beneficial to he public Second because it would involve an ex- of certainly twelve billions of to acquire the Interstate railways ind the creation of an enormous national debt Third because it would place in the hands of a reckless executive a power of over business and politics that the can hardly conceive and vould expose our popular institutions to Mr Bryan Is most in rate regulation that the present i 1 value of all roads In the country he ascertained for the purpose of rates by to the railroad only a tair profit on such lation Whenever the interstate com- deems it important as in aid in rates to determine whit t would cost now to rebuild any railroad t has complete pow ei to do but it doubtless be tound In respect to of them that in spite of and lack of in con- struction land lor terminals ind of and cost ot construe tion have In- eri ased sO that the total of their upon which they pay -nd M ib not much if any in excess of value Evils of the Trusts I pars now f i om regulation and the abuses m ot i to evils which e Krown out nf the In business i sn i orae to the sub- pit or ti Tlu mlan ition of capit il in plants to mat with the is the of the puts of 1 lehme to and more in of whit in times vv is in id by Tne should pot nti with the one anv lion ill n In thf proper op- ot t ot will roon share the M evi r not loner to but are abl to control the and or to pi i tin derives no nd ss m hands ot a monopoly f ir ot exist of h in abuse t i or the law in ISil It two in h this evil in be m nut lined One bv fin 1 of ent m is of in tor the m e nf i ice ol tlie of the n of trade as a tint the hie by tine nd i and a which be lined bv MI a i ivil suit Tip f with nu Tt ported r Spanish war and have had a of prosperity and an and of trad d in thf of this or any The of protective tr Iff rs 1 through the law a tariff should be collected on imported that compete w th American products t equal i difference ir cost of in this and abroad allowance should be mado in Ibis for the re io The of protectionists and It has been notified in the past is that 5 high rate of and tb t the it Rives to j tii hoTtie under the in- i of 1 n energetic competition I n induces such io reduce the j price Or benefit of the Iic -nd it posible to reduce the of protot'tion and a good Tiie present system of tre on proactive tariff to it to a free trade basis leni to disaster Tn riff Revision ot the r to in it the on im- es not exceed substan- lie perm he of m thr -nd that in the and when take p ce in th of 1 to a MIV reduction in 01 in United F it s that schedules be nd if th it be re- -o s thi m TV im the rule by which -i t to he under th I- T comment on ot mv for tne il prp lis n h to the Republican A i in f of the of id rr h v tlie from power r He lor them i to it was not a t h- prevalent n Th -s but th tt i t f he has f- Still tht b hcf th in his his on s mm a on th t bis d v H n oi i th t of a wit re- in- ni m dir s r t te against it o ni trade and i the union o th i one i which hv ill th 01 all plant in th n i fn e Of the pi i t and iv r the 1 aie court nf tlie 1 nit d S ites i not d what i monopoly u r s ot th 1 1 Free Trade Will Bring Disaster T cuni 1 1 th of the It's rex its relation to the urdsw- ful Thf taritT ed th Hr Reached Her Heart By Ladder X T Aus had with to marry him lor hut she put him off She to rh haymow on the farm where been and he stole the ladder Let mo come down she manded Xot till you promise to me he said She and threatened and entreated while James owns the adjoining farm sat on a bale of hav and waited The dinner will burn if I don't attend to it she blushed at last so I'll have to doun James put up the der and his arms SIDES ARE President Small of ers In New York MAY ARBITRATE THE STRIKE President of Telegraphers the Raising of a Fund of By Labor Forces of try For Mutual Defense Fund Xew York Aug leaders of the striking telegraphers said that they expected their national president S J Small to arrive in New York day At the same time they the United States labor Mr Neill would reach town This was taken as an indication that there might be an effort possibly endorsed by President Roosevelt to end the i strike by arbitration No change was apparent in the I strike conditions The officers of both the Western Union and the Postal companies again said they were well satisfied E J Nally vice dent of the Postal told of reports from outside points to the effect that ators were seeking to recover their In New York too he said officers of the company had been preached by strikers with propositions to return to work We are working now almost normal continued Mr ly with improved traffic and ed force There is not a single place in the company's system where we are not good service or where we are not prepared to give prompt ling to any business the public may file with us So far as the Postal com- pany is concerned the strike is over Activity on the part of the strikers centred in the financial district whers missionary work was being with a view to ascertaining if the men on the wires join the strike These attempts were not so far as could be learned Belvidere Brooks the Western Union said with great that the company moving all its business with normal dispatch and that the strike was ly over At the Manhattan Lyceum East Fourth the strikers pickets had a secret conference George Edwin Secour was in command declined to tell what orders he had given but said that the strikers had no idea of yielding The first issue of the official organ of the union was today and bears the name of Fair Play FOR BIG STRIKE FUND Ten to Small Would Raise From Twenty Millions Chicago Aug ter J Small of the Commercial Union made his first direct appeal to organized labor for funds to carry on the operators strike and the situation now has resolved itself into a of endurance between the telegraphers and the tele- graph companies Coincident with his appeal for funds President Small an- that Commencing now the telegraphers will settle down to a steady and Ions fight We have made up oar he said to prepare for a sixty days and if ninety days The telegraph companies apparently are desirous of making it a decisive battle and we are prepared to meet them In his speech before the mass the union president de- that he favored the raising of a fund of from to j to be by the united labor forces of the country in any just j This suggestion may ba taken up by the board of directors of the I American Federation of Labor I incr in Washington Eight Swim Hell Gate York 20 In a swimming contest through Hell Gate from the foot of East 100th street to North Beach Captain Henry Smolensky and Lieutenant Frederick of the Volunteer Life ipe Corps over eight contestants lohn was a quarter of a mile ahead ami was the finish when ho uas with cramps Sheriff Shot By Negro Gd AUK W AV or Grady county was shot twice and probably fatally near Cairo Ga by Charles a he sought to ar- A posse with dogs Is pursuing Williams Entrusted to Adjust Strike Washington Aug pers president of the American of Labor reported to the ex- council of the Federation that he John Mitchell of Indianapolis and Daniel J Keefe of Detroit had been entrusted bv united labor with an at- tempt to bring about an honorable adjustment of the telegraphers strike at an opportune time Mr Gompers was asked when he that time would arrive and replied that he could not say that it might be in an hour a week a month or perhaps not at all Corpse Back After Burial Cohoes Nr J Aug 20 Although and friends of Tames Gaffney attended the funeral of a man they thought was IIP they made a mistake and thf real Gaffney a weaver 44 old is very much A body taken from the Erie canal a week aato was identified as that of Gaffney and sent to Kail River Mass his mother accepted it as that of her son the real walked Into ami convinced Chief that hp was not ay yon
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