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   Frederick News-Post (Newspaper) - January 17, 1918, Frederick, Maryland                                TfceOaly Daffy Published in Frederick Coraty like i vood -Bin fc- VOL. MA1TLASD, THURSDAY, JAKUAET17, ONI Baltimore And Ohio System Requires His AttentidnHeSays American Flag On Aisne Front I Break Blockade Of mmi OF Centralization Of War Purcfaas- Chief End Songbt To Eliminate Competition And Duplication Jan. i'xes- itlcnt, through Secretary Tninul- ty announced today- the reslgna- V tion of Daniel IViUard as .man of the War Industries Board. Thiit 3tr. IVIlJard had asked to relieVed of his dnties upon this body ivas indicated in the papers tills morning-. 3Tr.-IViliard has pradically severed relations board already. criUcal Investigation of the "War jartmeat. the Senate ifilitiry Com- mittee .today tamed to constructive a. ministry of maaiUoasrlts Insistent deiaassd. .'Work Caam- 'ie-laia's, iili; for-Suca. 'a. post, rrwhicl; '_ The "committee7 what iiaaie is to the place. br-wfc-eSi- er it is -snaAe .a cibln et -job. AW the ..ftraats ,it. Tery j -that..there., fthallr. be--a. shall'; -.y-Sj..-.-.-< j fiaetrstown Anj Frederick Hallway Lines Opened After Beiair Snowed Under Two Bajs. After being snow asd ice bound for two days Frederick took, a sew lease on life yesterday. The -Hagerstown and Frederick Railway Company is just recovering from the -worst block- ade in the history o? the corporation the entire system having been parsl- yze'i for two  i prarylaad Weather Bureau provides SsTprfS 'for today: "Clorery; probably light Planned Arrest Of Po- And Others 11. ME- la Touch Wiih Enemy ton Publish- es Bernstoff Dispatches Revealing Intrigue THE f THJE BACKOKOCyB AT A A FIELD SEETICE SECTION Stenographer. Sliss Edna Brandenburg.'Frederick. .has been appointed oa the staS of (Stenographers or the -House of Bele- gates oftfis -Ifarylaai Assembly. She begins her duties today. Prcsl Johnson And SnpL PalBier :pcar System: Crltlclied. :r Siberian Conditions Alann Japan Tokyo, Jan- -The had been dispatcliEd to TTadlroVtok -TScciteBieat in Tokyo. An cificlal statement Was Issiiei tlKs ;pirUiaInarT annonncemeht empharfrHur that Japan did not destre-to >rinr pressnre to bear on Khs- sia by snch. a stepj but that the derfBed upon_ solely frith purpose of "ifforillnp. property. Tlie -liTar' Oifiee tils afteraoon reports-as of Rassto port ;juia .else- ;J ABiesi'aiid that C, Jtaa resources shaK be president served i Education.aad Prof.j Committee --.members: today: of agreed'that .creation.. of: the" :momihg appeared purchasing agency wouH, and and put.fpep and -asked .for .f21.003. witi. .which .to carry latp'.'wsr'workL. on school work in this county. VIght School conditions were .gone into The fight over the munitions minis- with.- the utmost frankness, while .try-may-3jreaK-when the Senate in Commissioner Harry- B. WU- cret'jsessicia 5 takes -up CoL..Palmer jter ;toci.occasion, to express 'PJerc-eV-idaiinatipii as tie as-he is -slated; Johnspa and -Prof." PaJmer.r In 'in- War "Secretary tie opinion.ol -.the of new V {Appeals., asked >tie'- board" .Ada-Ht impales was given the budget any -amounts purchase movemeat to--51 oasrht no: to entatives oC give "for 'of day -by representatives, of States Ciamoer of Commerce.-fonnal- Ont Gire This Saperrisor Of Assessaieats Garer Says v Sale Of Property "Was Canse Of This. Confusion. it; J'd cut thunder .Cfiiirs duriag. the odd .QuSeUy. persistency and perpetually Frederick; couaty salaried." folks i are .brushing up: on -waitlnr-. Ton of. property.'; farms.' .-wood-lots JOB DOESB'T !DEFEAT CITY "lOODYARD" Jaines IL Harris Hastft Anr Plan'To Use Timber To Break Hopes Concerning Treasarshlp Of Course Take It. Jasee H. Harris, Crisis Berelopcs Into Xoney Scheme. ed quantity of rs- of practicailT talked to death is .what he .has read ia 'at mesling. o? and ne adaed tnat ne Aiaenne'n-last After a supposed that tie State leaders have eyerythiag fiied ap for some other of candidate. two boars during State Forester- IvTsrden. F. .V. sa-omiuedestimates of the Paris. Jan. Trireless Mes- sage received today front Ko'rae declares documents in the stronir box of former Pre- mier CaHlanx there show CaiHaac planned to assume dictatorial powers If he iras made of France and planned the arrest of President Polncare. Premier and other statesmen. Caillaux also planned the lution oi the Chamber of Deputies-, ft was ciarged. Planned Peace J General Sasrraii was to be ed comiEanaer-ia-caieJ of the armies, according to. the .plans in fRotae. Two regiments' to be. re- IcmiteT in Corsica-were to to Paris uaqer .coannaad of. two both' iriesds of Cafflaox. Then, after a. last military effort.. Catt- plaaned. to submit qaestiOB: of ceace to. a, Ppputesr referendum. Caillauxs plans included' the TC- iarraation of ifae French; with'a placing .'of.- absolute, power in hanfls 'of-a cottacH of state. All foreiHS sujbassadors wore to renlaced also. Part of- the documents- revealing- riniaiix's .plans -nave -been sent, to Paris. The''balance are kept In Italy- 30. a candidate.aad had no thought QI2aititvand value of the timber oa the ox, such. a- thing unal Senator ivauf- a was passed that man menuoaea nis name he would the state forester prepare bias for the tcke if it wss riven to iim. szl6 Qf tbe chestlict ais.Der oa thelaad he asked. In speaking of his aase mea- ders.and pl2ce in the haads of the city register. The original plan to get the wood to the city at ths earliest possible time Two 3Tore Arrests arrests were msde wrso'-'s telieved. iritiit Tosepi 'Catilaus: in treason against tbaeiher with a'lfet of orosnectlve bid- France. Tfeer-were; 'Paul a ticned Mr. Harris stated" that iie was probabiy selecteo because Sen- ator Kaufman was not inclined to- ward the maa whose name was being and aad sacb. :like which were j first I knew of i; appareatly lost in .the when a friei nrt ctrfipr  ow aad was slde-tracke'd altogether and an atlrely different scheme substitated. fter going into oa not propertr g5tti2g kind oat talot. oJ the Chamber of Deputaes. Jan. Thai former Fnauee, Premier   is :sot policed in the paper that propositioa Hr. Beasler stated that l-aient. first of the messages PhZeeger sad-: Harmaa ix 5had bee? aeation.ed for State Treas- interested in methods of Jed against German parfse of Cailtenx arer aaa on this account he extended co_serving foel aad In thoseLbeca-use "he fears Paris and fSe.late Eastern or other section are coinpariag tie cards rearned by the assessors or .listing "state.gets everything ia the way IB. the high cost of living has jpf deaeanas, he frankly admitted: Barred 3Tcntion; In recommendations were ia thei A second message advisei.of Cafl- aa asset to the city. Hej-iatsx's deuartare from Buenos" Aires however, tbat he though the j ana counseled that this Germans treat tco high to be of much benefit to Cailla.ux courteously if they effected clerks.'with the property listed la the of political Jobs- If a. Frederick coua- 1910 assessment-books. "la checking ty saaa was decided upon the yers of income-taxes" up. thsy'failed quite a bit of ticiaas from Baltimore and the Sast are nJbbllag. .This is property and the coaclasion was that era Shore would likely combiac Over Ia the. Frederick pcwtpJEce-John -.this property had either been missed against hiai and afterward parcel oat 'PP- of the cpacies7 assigned ;or.had been lost. i the spoils of office. Frederick coun- to. Frederick county-by. the-state col-j'; Supervisor of Assessments Alfred ty Is certainly entitled to some State cost of marketing the timc6r would sons looking for 'any "particular. QT, June 5. 1917, the German. to offer ft shown, barred aH r and to particular coofl. Teaovedfrom the reserva- aress. presanrably to ;help protect lim. ia Sis "owa cpaiitry. lector, can feel the lines-jerking; It-W. Gaver the other day explained that patronage. It is very certain that we_ looks .like, it's going to :be-a big haulj'tlie lost property has been, found. He don't get anything .Ia this direcUou.i are we g do t it was not missed by the as- row." Besides folks sorts bet property bad it? I bad one experience ia politics, confidence Ia the officer. They con. changed hands since 1910 aad natural- aad that satisfied me. Taloe Of or ie great value that healthy timber a watershed '.sad stated thst ths people of Frener- Photo lick were fortunate ia having ADTEKtlSEJOBNTS Photo Plavs The ISnpire Star Faoto Plays............. Old "Wood. Filing Cases, a sample of a letter sent tbe 1910 books In New Jtfarket dls- to-.the officer: Jtrict-for which no assessment cards tai-colector. Jbare retararf. In another dls- The -House at-1.05 p. Tn- soon tomorrow. V larger number of such cases The Senate adjourned at 1.37 p. doct know what .were., tmearthedl- '-SaparTlsor 'Garerjoatil noon tomorrow. misers; assessed- property at 1 Central Co. aole lengtb aad in detail he went into-__ _ Ithe ravages of the chestnut blight and that this condition resulted froaa I pat Ead-beea.sast sale of ,.J Annapolis, Jan. Re-. that the blighted tiia-: ail of, -it was "high -enough. --i: the plastering Is "-prettji-lbad'-ap H. assistant tbe cbestnnt trees oa the property; Ccrsets-. -Taos JSaHer, Aft. London. Jan. Siaa Fein ex- farming nor is his daughtey my ecutives, .saysia Dubiin dispatcb to >oy- basn'-t. been any. account of avSfctte Treasurer by flia fflnil ITMknl1 tft' llft'n '__ ost Stt) j labile Sale...... At Uoooa Leaafcj   

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