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   Frederick News-Post (Newspaper) - August 26, 1913, Frederick, Maryland                                MARYLAND Fair TMfdqr mt Wei- ja> and UVUt BULLETIN Published Every Morning In the Week Except Sunday _______ FREDERICK, MARYLAND, TUESDAY. AUGUST 26, PRICE ONE CENT DELEGATES IPERCOIHIEIITION IN FREDERICK juo.OUO Working Men and Women of Md. and D. of C. Represented 11 0 WE1NBERG MAKES WELCOMING ADDRESS I. spend the in esolutioDS aad the 01 tne Different Wwrkiner ui HULL CURES mom 10 FIGHT Dares to "Come Outside" When Angered By Query WAS ASKED WHETHER HE HAD ANY CODE OF MORALS FIRST PICTURE OF REPRESENTATIVE LIND IN MEXICO Me Tried to Sell Let- AttarLiue National Mauufartur. iusr to William ling session of the on Convention representing tired thousand vorkingnien u of Maryland and District convened in Masonic >esterday afternoon at 2 Fifty-two trade unions were at the beginning of a four- tt'esisberg, a member of the k bar, welcomed the dele- -.in behalf of Mayor Fraiey. He 'Ir. Address. Lha-.rman. members of the Fed- ,011 of Labor, iadies and gentle- absence of Mayor Fraley. who -I- o1. er the destinies of our city, ho cannot be here, I. in his be- ,ind in behalf of the people of Washington. Aug. fashed in the House lobb> investigat- ing committee today for the third time, when Colonel Mulhal! in a loud voice invited Representative McDerraott's attorney, Janirs Easbv-Smith. to go outside the committee room Repre- sentative Xolan. the committee mem- ber who had passed the previous in- to an attorney to leave the room and settle differences on the out- side, was not present. Colonel hall outdid the progressive member ia violence of tone and general ve- hetnence. Jasnes Easb> -Smith, the at- torney, had merely asked, in a calm and unruffled manner: "Colonel Mulhail. have vou any code of morals at Mr Easby-Smith began today the "defense" of Representative McDer- ffiott. His general line was to dis- credit Colonel Mulhall entirely and prove, if possible, that at the time PARK TO BEAR MAYOR'S NAME Green Spot in Center of Real Estate Development Likely to be Christened "Fraley" ONE HUNDRED LOTS WILL BE LAID 01T FEE SPLITTING BY MAGISTRATES, IS POPS CHARGE Attorney General Reports Governor on Irregularities of Justices of the Peace I In-re Will Iti Oti-rliriul W in--, mill VII (In- NliimluriU Will Id- i oii-lriirtril rrn Iralurc I' u.i I... ti- h h. t'OI! VMtll DENIES THEY HAVE FINAL SAY AS TO TRAIN JUMPERS i  are open to you. and on last j to print the letters, said he had told night, the Mayor and Board of'Mr Hearst and that the only reason r'lipn. in anticipation of your visit.' Maxwell could advance for Hearst's i au ordinance providing for the lack of interest was "that he thought ir would help the present adrninistrA- ttca." Mulhail swore he never saw Hearst, but said Maxwel' gave him this infor- BUSY SEASON FOR CANNERIES NEAR Will Start at End of This Week and Continue Next Week John Lind and wife photograph- ed 011 their arrival at the railway de- pot in Mexico City. August 9. Mr. i.ind is the tall man in the centre, v.earing a Fedora hat. An officer of the honorary military escort, ordered to meet President Wilson's special envoy is also shown. COUNTY FARMERS MEND CREEK ENVOY LINO AND HIS WIFE LEAVE MEXICO CITY U.tuon of water meters, so that could be an economy of water ir inhabitants and give jou pientj -Mik. needless for me to say that is nch in historical associ-j Mulhail agreed after long" question- in agricultural products andiir2 ne wrote to former Repre- 1.1! resources. We have James E. Watson late in (Continued on Page Four.) ALL FACTORIES WILL BE OPERATED DAY AND NIGHT Colt ami Tiivnn Plant Installed >ew Machinery Which Simplifies the Corn PrtMlncinsr Belief Obtains That His Mission Has Ended and That He Was Unsuccessful I'.irV. Tin- n.iii1' o' 'v IitMf l-: tit" Il.ilu. I m.ivo park r. s o' l.iiu! M k It i I'.ii k w !il Mii sti'' Itnrii.ik ll.l1- IM 11   pi.-pi II v i li.f- n l' r p. i t- an agreement under- which ihev divide between soma of the walking along: the muni line of the Baltimore and.' Ohio Kuilroad and officers ot the road, the report of Atloniev Gen- eral Toe to Governor Goldtboroughc v. as made public today. In the report the Attornev General lares that Deputy Sheriff S E. 'riiomas. of Brunswick. Md freely ad- mitted that such a division of State costs in train-riding cases has been maiiu. and further Attorney Gcn- Toe snvb that he saw three- by the depty sheriff n .i front-jto order of s-perul railroad ofRc- ai'.l up-i vvhich had gone through tha mil 1. !h.in :n RECORD FOR ECONOMY IN ROAD BUILDING STAUNTON YOUTH IN JAIL AS HORSE THIEF Mexico City. Aug. John Und and Mrs. Lind -will leave this On account of the long drouth at city tomorrow morning on the Mexi- the time the corn was- tasseling. the can railway for Vera Cruz. It is given already in operation, another to begin, and still another in -iplation. We might saj we have! to burn: and in this respect be; old lady on the train. Upon! PC a young lady in the seat im- j i in front of her say to a gen- j :i that her husband's corpse was baggage car ahead and she "was j s it to the cemetery to have it] ..-.led. the old lady began to cry) Only 1 sobbingly said; "Here I havej waiting for forty years for a] and "back there is a lady who usbands to burn." cannot boast, like man of Bromo Seltzer fame, if A youth giving his age at 15 years o not possess, like President Wil- and his name as E. Holt Lauriot. of cabinet, the man of grape juice .Staunton. is now in the Frederick can and do rejoice that'jail, charged with horse stealing, pro- a Mayor and Board of Alder- j Tiding the Staunton officials do not are determined to give you j call for him. and prosecute him on aa- -v 10 drink other charge. The horse belonged to 1 bid you welcome, and ex- Samuel W. George Co.. of Bruns- farmers of this county are only har- vesting about one-half the usual crop. The corn is filled out fairb well, much better than w-as predicted prior to out that Mr. Lind is only going tor a couple of days, but this gen- erally credited, the belief being that his mission here has ended, and that State Koad> I'oniniK-ion With t'itizen- in Realization of a to the- County Roads. iii! 'I in .1 iinii; ah. a v i I I p I i 1 1 vviii'h I o 1IOW 15 Years Old But Con- fesses to Varied Pro- gram of Crime cutting The local canning factories lUtle or no hope remains for a happy are in operation and all report the j solution of the questions between the corn is a little better than expected, republics. although the season will be a very bad one. The recent drouth did more damage General Trevino is expected at the capital shortly from Los Angeles. He is only one of the many Mexican offic- President Huerta will resign or will accept any further suggestions from the United States. hope that every moment will be jeweled with joy. ry hoar rich with pleasure wick, and was taken from in front of the Catholic rectory, where it had been placed by F. H. Bennett- -'rjjately upon Mr. Weinberg'sj Although young in years the bo> 2 his seat a motion was made by .has a career of crime trailing at his R C. Baxter, of the He is the son of Mrs. S. U. to the com than ever before, except jers who has been recalled to the cap- for years ago. when the season was Hal. the worst ever experienced by the There is no reason 'to believe that farmers In that year the canning factories only worked about one-sixth their usual time. Season Week. The busiest pan of the season will egin the latter part of this week and ast until the middle of next week. .t that time all of the factories will work at night Xo scarcity of labor s reported, but the usual number of workers are not required this year tccount of the poor season. The Colt f Shields destroyed some of the house- nd Dixon company is only employing j hold furniture and tore up some of (Continued On Page 'his wife's clothing. The fine was paid. Blowers" Association of Balti- ;hat the members gtre a rising thanks and also that a delegate 5'iller and confessed to his crime. He ic ft Staunton last stealing s bicycle Ho ride to Woodstock, where presented to Mr. AVeinberg. fhte wheel broke down. That "as done by the president of Federation. John H. Fergu- is also president of the Bal- Federation. Mr. Ferguson is on the Progressive ticket ''ongress to succeed the late Con- George Konig, of Baltimore. officers of the federation are: H Ferguson, of Baltimore, pres- ''t. L A. Stnrne. first vice-presi- -1 W. O'Connor. Baltimore, sec- vice-president: Joseph E. Toone. Washington, third vice-president: P. OHourke. Baltimore. vice-president: Miss Anna Baltimore, fifth vice-president: O. Roemer. Cumberland, sixth "-president: J. C. Small. Hagers- eft broke into the postoffice of that town and procured in cash and 30 cents in stamps He walked to Toms Brook and paid to ride to Win- chester and then stole a ride to Har- per's Ferry, where he stole a boat and went down the canal to Knox- ville. There he stole another bicycle and rode to Brunswick At Brunswick his career ended abruptly when he was arrested at Jef- ferson on Saturday evening by the ccunty constable. Communications have been entered into with the Staun ton authorities, but the chief of po- lice of that place says that no warran has been sworn out against the boy Ir is thought that boy will be called for by the Virginia authorities. Fined For Because his wife would not permit funeral. William began to make him to attend a Shea Ids. colored. things lively last evening and the re- sult was that he was fined when brought before Justice Fabian Posey. A record in road-making in eriek has been made by farmers residing in the vicinity of the "Cre.-k Road." running from Myersville to Wolfsville, a distance of a fraction over six miles, for half a mil" has just about been completed at   the State Hoards Commission it ans- wers the requirements of the .dents of that section. The County Commissioners to pay half of the construction of a mile of road on any portion of ihf Creek road providing the residents made up the other half. A commit- tee, representing the farmers, who used the road, agreed to the proposi- tion and about three weeks ago work was commenced. Neighborhood Organized. The entire neighborhood oraamzed and headed with Upton Grossnickle (Continued On Page Two.l c our.ie Fact-.. Governor Goldshoroueh lias sent a litokedjoopv of his report to thiee of thai i'. involved as well as ..i-s made] Thompson, third vice-president unniniit. J0f the Baltimore and Ohio, on whoser >ii'l (1. -'mi'fl j request the special policemen are ...immib-ionecl by the Governor Tha jeviutive instructed the magia- tiates to make replj to the- charges 'aliened against tlii-m. The Bulumora land Ohio aKo asked to explain. i Some of the other charges in ''report of Attornev ral Poe are lth.it in districts ot- r k county are committing prisoners without jui andt- .illfsat'on's. are repeated, as they a feu w t-eks ago in Baltimore con" prisoners are boing herd- -t..ii.. promr. d to radiatorb and. iHHii i'i- faiini'i- H..IK 1- (pi -rn.--. piat-t, unulil a sufficient num- c l.-mp- vill tOKeihor for shipment fniiii'OS'il of -i i' (he llou-e of Correction. of die exception of a lencth> dis- last when Sta-te's At- Lewis and Attornev General 1'ci.. went into details over the tnat- jer periainina to the alleged "rail- of train riders to the House of Correction by magistrates of i Briinsu irk Mr Lewis said last night, that he ha tion ii> i r i! i a-iiii; at i- l 11 i i i ini I ol ll pr" rn v ii 1 orkiim on' !i I r r.. t- T! r    Tirk a'l-1 vvil I" 1 -11- cjn I 'a Foi r i GOVERNOR SULZER HOI AFIES MIRNY, ET To Be Indicted For Conspiracy tO Destroy Impeached iiiat all violations of the law in this- Executive   Bl" be justiy considered The justices of the peace are v N V 'Governor ed b> the statutes and have onlv r off-r to h'lor- tl.e! powers as the statutes sive them. er.i.d jnrv in York Indi' tnv that act of assembly F r of to justices of the peaca manv H ,11 S-n Xs-m- of comp-'c-nt jurisdiction to deal w.tte b. nnU.wful tram rid-ng was held by to ma>   power only to hold such violators ot law for the action of triiih the loath- some criminal conspiracy to destroy ?ui7.er i.- rapidlv in the way of bcms told The grand jurv will get most of the facts within a week, and indictments are sure to follow." Governor Sulzer himself will offer to go before grand jury New York county, if it requires his pres- ence He has objection to telling all he knows of the facts. But a great many of these fact will be given to the of high reputation. grand juries of the different circuit courts of the counties, so cases tnajr be taken up and finally disposed of- There is some contention amoag lawyers of the respective to the finality of this decision. As far as could be learned last evening the- question has never been decided by the Court of Appeals of Maryland. In the case of Magistrate O. O. Millar, ot Sykesville, Carroll coonty, it is recited that the magistrate to paid by fees, but 1 01 i, N fn n W8PA PEK.fl RCHIV iWSFAFLRS   

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