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Frederick News-Post (Newspaper) - August 29, 1913, Frederick, Maryland FB1BBB1CX POST, PBBDBBICK, MABTLAMD 29. IJWIIMUI: limy, off crick this afternoon for their various Lfeft tttiecn. to the list the newly elected H. Ferguson, of A. Warfield Leeke, of Washington. Second Pol- lock, of Baltimore- Third Vice- President James E. Toooe, of Washington. Fourth O. Roemer. of Cumberland. to IE B1ALTTMORE the Left for Their One of the most successful and sat- isfactory conventions ever held by t Maryland and District of Columbia Federation of Labor came to a close at the end of the final session yester- day morning at Masonic Hull. The election of officers for the com- ing year was the principal business of the delegates and the t-mall number of contests between aspirants for office showed hannonv prevailing in the organization. Few of the candidates ejected met with any opposition, and the few con- tests that did develop were of the most perfunctory nature. The only positions for more than candidate had been nomi- nated were rhose of first vice-president for A. l.eeko and is A. Sterne, both of Washington, had been nominated, and seventh president, for which Thomp- son, oi and O-orue D Simpson, o: Balsiniorf. .WT-- candi- dates. Mr. ;ind Air Thompson b> majoriti-s J.-hn K. Eh-i-P-il. For ttt- oSk-e of Sf-i-relary .me! three were in the field, bur two. John L. Considinf. of "Washington, and Miss Anna X-ary. of Baltimore, withdrew before the ballot- ing began. .Miss Xeary was unaiii- ek-cted sixth ice-president, which precluded her holding the po- sition of secretary. John R Neai. of Baltimore, was the successful candi- for this office. Baltimore was ihe choice of the del- egates over Annapolis and Salisbury JRS the next convention ciiy. The vote fi3: Annapolis. 7. and Salisbury. 14. Following the- ejections. John H. Ferguson, who was re-elected presi- dent, made an address, as did each of tie officers, after being install- ed. Most of the delegates left Fred- W. TMII UBEUV IF0IMYS Replaces One Lost By Isaac L. Hankey in Recent Etec- Storoi SohiBock, of Baltimore. Sixth Anna Xeary, of Baltimore. Seventh Thompson, of 'Washington. Secretary and R. leale, of Baltimore. Delegate to American Federation of Labor Convention at C Baxter, of Bail i more Organizer for Baltimore and Vicin- JacVsou. Organizer for Washington and Vicin- W. Rom. Organizer for Western John F. Oarbrey, of Cumberland. JIALOSE HITS 48 SI Ifl'KISK ACT AT UI'EKA HOl'SE J- W POSSIBLE H A forte of workmen under Fratakttn Mori Son. contractors, of Woods- boro, have compK-wd raising a large sbed for Isaac L. Hanfcey. Tbe was raised in four days and this is time tor the] work. The shed is situated on tbe Kriae farm, near 3IU1. All of tbe woodwork was prepared by mach- inery and the manner in which tbe, barn was raised has met with tbe commendation of many farmers who witnessed tbe work Ot the A new barn will be raised an tbe Boiler farm, in pnee of tbe one which uas destroyed by Ore some weeks ago. Franklin Mort Sou will have charge of the work. AuJirurr Applauds Cleitr INm-cr to! "Cy" Malone, of Frederick, took the !first place in an informal shoot be- An .-xcenionally pood vaudeville Philadelphia and Baltimore at bill is at the City Opera House for the second half of Smith veife. billed as "Two Boys and a Pi- ano." had a most pleasing novelty act. The second act. Almond and La "The Two gave the audiem.-" a genuine surprise at the inish of act thai aroused enthu- siastic applause. Their costumes arej Betterion, on Wednesday. A regular shoot had been scheduled, but only three of the Philadelphia team show- ed. Malone dropped 48 birds out of a possible 50. The score follows: Baltimore. "Cy" ...........48 out of 50 J. R. Malone............47 out of Gipe ...................46 out of 50 Philadelphia. beautiful and no finer dancing has! .or s-en in Frederick. ThePaul 45 out of 50 has worked together three years' Melnuh .47 out of 50 Hid plaving in New YorkjKelliou .................47 out of 50 coming here. K TO WATCH FOR GIRL'S ASSAIL.WT. Orphan..' Court >otes- Letters of administration on the es- tate of Charles E. Fellers, deceased. I granted to John D. Fellers. Letters of administration on the es- I till The Washington Times says that the tate of ganiuel S. Orr, deceased, grant- man who brutally attacked sixteen- ed to H. Smith. year-old Josephine Beall. of Bethes- First and final account of Roberta da. 5Id.. is still at large and is be- j P Levy administratrix of Charles iieved to have wandered into Freder- P deceased, filed and disrribu- ick. Cumberland. Hagerstown or tjon matie Washington. It says the police of j Firsl alld fma] account of Stella C. these places have been asked to keep.Kecfer administratrix of Charles W. a close watch on every avenue of! H Keefer. deceased, filed and distri- approach. However, the policemen of .jjuiioa made this city, have not so far been auth- orized to help in the man hunt. i Largest Crowd at Free Concert. The seventh weekly concert by "the jrarriaee Licenses. -Yellow Springs band was given last Henry E. Baker. 32. and Carrie G. evening at the corner of Church and Castle. 17. both of Frederick. Court streets. The crowd -which "William H. Bnker. 22. heard the excellent music was the lar- D. C.. and Madeline IS, both gest th-u has so far attended the con- of Frederick, colored certs. E. Krill, the trained Kewborgb. K. T.. who has been granted a body guard by the iewburgb police on her appeal tbat she is in fear of her life. Miss Krill was recently acquitted of the charge of -murdering her lover. Dr. Stanley Trow, who practiced antoag Italians. Miss Krill says that some of Tron's Italian admirers are convinced that she was responsible or his death and are the authors o! isfet> At Court Square -Cafe are Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. 6t All persons are hereby notified to discontinue sprinkling the streets acd using water for sprinkling gardens, and flowers. On account of the scar- city of water tie use of fountains and pavement washes must be discontin- ued until further notice. All persons violating this notice shall be subject to fine or imprisonment. TJPWIS H, FRALET 541 Mayor Labor Day BraMocfc Heights. Dance ill be held at Braddock Heights Monday, September 1st, af- ternoon and evening. Persons owning dogs are hereby notified tbat all doss running at larce without being both, arazxled. wita a -wire wazzle, and tagged, be taken OT. and unless redeemed tltin 48 boors, will be killed. tags can be procured at tne of- fice ot tbe City Regfeter. LEWIS H. FRALET. 526. Mayor. Yon wno require best and pur- est medictce see that you get Foley's Honey and Tar Compound in prefer- ence to any other for all coughs, colds, croup, asthma, hoarseness, tickling throat acd other throat and lung trou- bles. It is a strictly nigh grade fam- ily medicine, and only approved drugs of first quality are used in its manu- facture. It gives the best results, and contains no opiates. Peatre's Mod- ern Pnarsncy. Advertisement. See This Column Grow CLASSIFIED and LOCAL MENTION RATES FOR LOCAL MENTION. 5 cts. line. 1st Insertion 3 cts. Each Subsequent Insertion.; RATES TOR 3 cts. a Line. 1st Insertion 2 cts. a Line, Each Subsequent Insertion CLASSIFIED Thursday evening at dock Heights or on Jefferson EC levard, pair gold mounted es and small sum of money in marked "J. A. Long." Please to "Post" office and receive reward. Seal with stone in Reward at Ox Fibre Brush pany. For nicely furnished second story room, modern conv. r- iences. best location in the cny: suitable for twro, with board. 105 East-Church street. For eleven-room, bric's dwelling; No. 401 South Marfeez street, racing Clarke Place. Posses- sion August 1, Trtien the present tenant -will leacre town. Electricity and all modern garden and fruit trees. Apply house. Far offic In Central National Bank Voe information apply at Back corner Church and Market etrceu. 141e Tor Double office, now by Edgar McBrfde, Court Cl" copy each of the fo ing issues of The-Frederick Tlarch 24. April 26 and July 14 Ten cents will be paid for th turn of paper ttos A good barber, good Apply George Miller, South street. a scrnt? -woman. City Hotel. Company. tight fireman at Waatci.-Cook. at once, at Arlington Hotel. Apply at Hotel. -l _ Oly All persons owing- the City for Taxes and Street Paving are request- ed to pay promptly, and save costs o. forced collection. My term of office has expired and the Board of Alder- men have directed me to collect Bills in order to settle nry accoum with the city. Further indulgence cannot be granted. M. A. McCAFFRET. 20, KWSPAPERl EWSPAPERl
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