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   Frederick News-Post (Newspaper) - August 2, 1920, Frederick, Maryland                                Temperatures Yesterday! High, S2; Low, Circus Day. Loolc oat tor the big parade. FREDERICK COUNTY'S MORNING DAILY 197. FREDERICK, MD., MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 2, 1920. PRICE TWO CEMTt OF ULLEGED ST "HOLD UP" OF Reported That J.M. Smith, Clover S. C., Was Ill-Treated i Here. "Mayor GUmer Schley ha1- been peti- h} of North aiid South Carolina to investigate thp attending the arrest j Near Cloudburst North Of Han- sonville; Coolest In 50 Years Coolidge Accepting Nomination The drouth which was its effect on crops and vegetation was broken Saturday -night and yesterday by a rain which was heavier in some localities than in other sections of the county Clouds, which threaten- E. A. Steuart, White Post, Va., Seriously Hurt; Now At Hospital. MOTORCYCLIST IN COLLISION 'E. A. Steuart, 30 years Va., Volts Pass Through Body Of E. W. DeVine; Death Instantaneous. Cutting into a wire carrying volts with a pair of nippers. Earl W. DeVine, Laceyvrlle Va electrician for i the Great American Shows, was in- saantly killed yesterday morning 5.45 o'clock at the carnival grounds, on the eastern border o! the city.' was standing on a bDx car, L.HU t'mvttion of J M Smith Clover a downpour Saturday night Va., seriously in-.top, and fell 20 feet into a ditch. He S U, touri.t, who'tliey claim 'about and brought no rain in this -ured yesterday afternoon when an was dead when picked up. accorded ill treatment in Frederick 'city. From Hansonville t a almost automdbne in which he was riding; peVine was disconnects TVhil-. fin a return ovprland irln from .._ iina rain _ -i__ Detro I i I ItJ C JLI t Ji-i A. l trvit i vli JTLC on a return overland trip from the pennsyivania state line the rain f _ ___._ a. was very heavy, almost equaling a v -H in places. A heavy ram Orfc.1. 01 b t_ with hail also fell at Yellow Springs. that when Aumhs party arrived in llghlning acompamed the storm magnate's office, the judw damage was reported in ruing out their sentence. which amounted to S3f> m fines and   guen aa unsavory reputa- tion by the affair and 1 hate asked Cttv xst'irncx- to rerlv ta uH complaints and explain that the nrt made thf city l referred the matter to Col little change gentle and south to in temperature.' TSinier Grimes 26 years old. of moderate winds, Thurmont. crfnring to this city yester-, day afternoon on a motorcycle, wasj struck by an automobile while nearj Catoctin Furnace and bad his Isfi'i broken It 4s said that two aato-. Thurmont were Parade This Morning At O'clock; 48 Carloads Of Equipment. RITES TO i Railroad Officials To Start Fig- uring On The New Rate Schedule. -Line Of 3farcli Of Parade. Parade leases circus grounds i vninp Aiiutiiivin. that Orimes was toj at 10.30 sharp. Will move G-ov. Calvin Coolidge speaking from the porch of his home at Northamp- ton U- U. avoid one of the rapidly-approaching machines. He was taken to tae City Hospital for ireatmeiffi- Crashed Into Another Machine nave-aiso :ue uiatier to vui -K Baughman. commissioner Near Cumberland; Speedster Vehicle, and I am sure Co'.-S ,c MI- ._ onel Banghman will make an early the CiiarloJl-e newspaper ihe of will find some way around Made 45 Mile An Hour. Motorcycle Deputy Charle- west on East Patrick to Carroll. North on Carroll to East Church street, west on East Church street to Market, north on "Jlar- ket to the Fountain and return to "Square' and east on East Patrick street to the show grounds. MORE PER CAPITA Washington, Aug. offi- cials in all "sections of the Unitel States tomorrow will plunge into the task of preparing new rate schedules to conform to the decision of the In- terstate Commerce Commission late 'vesterday, allowing increases of 2ft per cent, in passenger fares, 50 per cent, in Pull-man fares and from 25 to 40 per cent, in freight charges, j It may be weeks before tae roads to get the benefit of the in- creased schedules, expected to add aoout to gross reve- nues. Increase Apportioned. The increase will be collected by the railroads as follows. iFrom the Eastern roads, (40 per cent, annually. From the Southern roads (25 per cent, annually. the Western roads (averaging; the 25 and 35 per cent, advance at 30 per annually. Total additional revenue from. freight increase, Hl.27G.moOa an- nually. From passenger fares, excess bag- o-age and Pa'llman fare surcharges; Passenger Pares. From Eastern roads (20 per annually. i 'From Southern roads (20 per annually. From Western roads (20 per annually. Total passenger Excess baggage (iO' P-; cent i Total tor country. -i-O.Wto annually. Surcharge on Pullman lares (oO pa cent of Pullman (20 per annually. lo-al from all sources, excepting eight rates. annually. local from ail saurces. fare increase, The circus laTThanged loca- Was Slump Of 10 Cents; Burns; Barn And _ _ _T ___IT.________ _ A t I Will Make Soar, The increases, on passenger fares lie LTt: WU v, i i. _ nn-d some uav arouna an -i- Divided Into Two marter for the Chamber of arresung a speeder returned to -r Banquet TO this city Saturday and will remain M ,here for a week. While he is still j The Winners. i suffering from the ot a severe 'gash on his nght ieg he is improving. mishap occurred when his ma- to correct the bad in Carolina newspapers chine collided with another motor- tion at the last moment and will show on Freed's lot at the end of East Pa tncfc- street near the Fair Grounds instead of the orig- inal location. Company A, First Maryland Regi- ment. M. X. G.. goes on the "war- 'cycle" J. A. Gorman. Wash-'path- today. Two teams, sixteen Imen each, the blues, beaded by Laent. "Shortly after arriving in Cumber-JF Lester Smith, the grays, by 1 land last week. Officer Smtih started' tenant R. F Bamck, are after ZZ 'out the National pike on his machine.'recruits. These many men are need- The doors will open at 1 o'clock for the afternoon perfor- mance 7 o'clock for the even- ing show The afternoon show "Will start promptly at 2 o'clock and the evening entertainment at 8 o'clock. ket Off 30 Cents In Week. Outbuilding, Although In Danger, Are Saved. each person in ths .eac p tiaiaung the population at lOo.OOO.OuO. The ireight rates Inciease per cap- ita amounts to In plain J however, it means a tax of :ar more genera. than that in increases i tnau that in "rade of -ivheat was quoted Only hard work on the part of commodity prices, according to m on last Saturday at neighbors and the; Independent Fire. -ncranc "principle discovered by m tnis citj on Company, saved the barn and all Rail Director Walker D per bushel This is a drop o, buliding3 on the farm of K 10 cents per bushel over the day be- King, v-hen his stra-ffstaek dawght fore wben the Quotation was 52.30 fire vesterday at noon, oer bushel In Chicago the break of the fire is unknow from 11 to 13 cents playing in the yard noticed smoke, DK dav in Baltimore aoout the barn. King to, in-1 to by. tae The kiddies all' tn- price of -raded wheat declined 12 vestigate, and found the rick in the j mcrea3e3. Railroad bushel Saturday over toe barnyard blazing. _ contradict this, declaring tne to Hines. the freigat ra'.o increase be reflected from three The origin five_foici in ail commodities prices, unknown. Children. mean pnces generjjiy be Boosted a. total of from t.ne A-auouai pitte ou iuj.tu.uB. when the bis parade! previous day. -As he neared the Six Mile House a.ed to bring the company up to fed- elLhants and the other j reported in Baltimore at tae prevail- a bucket bi MiSS Latimer Touring In Interest fast moving taxi passed him and.eral strength of 60 men. and for fed- tne streets'ing price. I Dden n, Smith immediately took up eral recognition. mornine the big show The dullness of the trading was an to an alara Of Maryland ASSOCiatlOn Of (Accordme to the officer the automo-t Although both teams are enthus- D fpatnre to the break. Neither saving the el Saturctav over me. coittractict imb, No transactions were 'Neighbors soon congregated and' t-on would be not more tfaan _ _. J.T. -a 1-iT-ura dp -Brae farmer! The nrtft ftfPrt fiOH i u u i> f brigade was formed. The j Qr ,ess tten Of Maryland Association Of Workers For The Blind. Miss Liilsan E. Latimer. assistant arrest Smith immediately took up recognition. the big show to the officer the automo- Although both teams are enOms- jbile was making 45 miles per hour, iastic over the drive, added old and alike, ibut as the driver was proceeding to- is offered in the form of a trophy inl r -for tfle cir. 'ward Cumberland, he decided not to the shape of a supper be paid for are mys. arrest him until thev were in the by the team, bringing in the smallest al is and fire company responded ThVdulraess of the trading was an'to an alarm and did good work m -1-- barn was rilled equal feature to the break. Neither the millers nor exporters are willing to buv in a situation which shows so fretruent and wide price changes Will Be Complex of rates is a complex prtib- JXt-V JL3WJU- Ui ------0 iem because of the thousands of sp-- with -wheat and hay. About 800. ;1 considerations which have corns i i i _ T i rr bushels of wheat had been threshed to accepted in rate making The The straw was very drv and it the interstate. Commerce but a few minutes for the large _nck 'is barely more than in -v.v _ excitement is here and! down-ward. uuv a ic" commission is the Marvland citv. Smith was running a short dis- number of men. As "eating is the -and eicrtement few -oag lots arrived by to become a roaring furnace, j-ire- de on whic-n railroad officiate may for the BlftTd behind the taxi when the thing of .hich soldiers ,s" ready to af_, Tfijse frOm "nearby sections, sold at men worked for aoout five hours be-, to wrk. The Creases allowed .Mamie O'Brien a passed Gorman's motorcycle near the this recruiting drive will be a lively J o'clock and imme-U> to 52.30 a bushel. However even fore was out of danger. The by the COTnmiSSion are stated -Kiiiiji Rain StaJidard Oil Companv's warehouse, campaign. rn-v exftpment of the demand for sample lots is partic- loss was small as nothing out tne eneraj percentage figures. me Diiim scnooi. tsaui tdiatery tne auu strawstack was consumed 'percentages the railroad rate officials must apto-ly in making new rats Smih s approach Cor- Fire In Battery Building. schedules. more, has been in this city during noticin- smin s approacn uor- 'unloading was started---------------.------ S SStZ "'StfaJ c.SS Holdcraft. Lewis late last declines continue i r iiirirVife JE jss the afternoon she will return to Bai distance Earl tahn H. Murphv, Jl William Xot- years tha' a wlttn that if this control lift- by former State Senator George L. The commission then nia> how aw-bs-" .nd.SUnb. ra '.how The rat will1 that the absence Company Smoke was discovered field work she is accompanied by Corman under arrest. R- F. BarricK cap- farmers to see the T ssr as Phebus. George R. Ray. >UII illt LU UAUQC V 3VV. eluded m her work is to locate the ams was fined 326.4.-) for speeding. blinxl. visit them andi ascertain to what extent they are capable of help-} START YWRK SOOX 3ng themselves or becoming self sup-j porting. Tbe school she represents fit Installiiu. Xew pipe Line On East offers exoellftnt to the J Patrick Street. soon as the work of laying the to become educated, learn (Continued on Page Eight) NEW ADVERTISEMENTS new pipe line of the new city water bXUCUUito- The alarm of fire sounded shortly! the commissions njc rai.cs ivi markets. tery station of the Electric a hearms if claimed that the absence Company Smoke was discovered Thousands of wi demand has had more to do coming from the buildin-r by former be filed wlth the commission. e break than any other single Sheriff William C. Roderick, and a insnres 6 Per Cent. Return. Ensrland is said to have prac- minutes later Joseph Kaufman -pje increased rates are withdrawn ennrely from all entered the front door and found the puiblic treasury by trade. In the aibsence of these pair of trousers on a bed on tne JUT a return of 6 per cent. Oji t floor ablaze. The orig.n of the .af investment of the roads the to- new pipe une 01 me tn.> for the I main on East Patrick street is com- Chamber Ot lommerce, Frederick since March 1 the roads misled the market earlier crop W> tne marsei. i.vir. me i ojuvc j.---------- -_ '.oorne farmers, however, still are ment from a window. No damage was np a deficit of approximately rwv> fnr p-overnment to pay. i Ridgway. Maurice E Routzahn tor a 'pieted the State Roads Commission take oier the street from the railroad crossing to the of or Rradd'oc-'k Braidotk Photo Plavs The Star old culvert over Carroll Creek. Public Service Commission com- tonight commission has decided to make this yrtaininar of the proposed increase in elephat. -how into a stretch of concrete highway (rates of the Vaynesboro Gas Com- yellow balloon? This circus show- which will be built and A committee of the chamber, ing here todav has all of the abpve- wnicn ue u nf TncntifTnvi th nes- in larse Quantities c i T TP AfenV "were unwilling to done j 000 00-3 for the government W pay. Approves Schedule. puts, elephant? and balloons mil be ttie price was> 50 cents! The alarm was Bounded at a here. The Waynesboro Chamber of before fleep over convincel, when the .treats .ere crowded with mere wf.ll not file tiamber of Com-'over-taxed words sleep even v convince 1. when the crowded with officials are a protest with takes the >oung_ones of ihw more. and considerable excitement' to have the ne-w rates g3 mu> nminission torjip-hr IS a Circus witGOUt anrsvmAh'iP pnHnoc t nC ortnn nnssible. __ Mercer's IJiLli VVUI-T (appointed bv the president of the mentioned th in large quantities cityiforum. following the forum meeting and the old town will be turned into endments -nderland today. n Wanted A. Low laid from the corner of East Patricktbooks and records of the company ds that the roose wanted A. Low laid from tne corner 01 I il t HorH and Mules land East streets to the Wayside lnn..and finds that the proposed rates are __ ineif and resona.oiG- vvanteu aim ciabi. ecw> >-u OadEtenry Brothers' Superintendent of City 'Water and The report recom- GoToraor Visitor Here. Governor Albert C. Ritchie was a gnest Thursday night of Roads Com- missioner D. Charles Winebrener. and Mrs Winebrener. at their home on Court street. The Governor came Miss Lena Edmonds. South Market'to Frederick with Mi. Winebrener and considerable excitement' anxious to have the new rates go 'provaled the automobi'e engines} as soon as possible. responded The buildin- was form-j one-half ot 1 per cent, of the earn- er'y the old Xeidhardt hoir.e and of the roads under the increass cupics tne sire of the first house in must be devoted to_purchase 5t city built by Thomas Schley. equipment and betterment of service. This is intended to protect fort and lv l.C Nonh ,Iarket st. nJVULll Ffhr has been visiting ip after the_ report will be submitted to a at Floor Wax............... Moberly's Patrick street is being dug up and Special Car Service........'......- ,inch pipes are laid in the _the ..............H. Railway street. Drainage pipes are being 'her of Well Folks., fountain City Garage placed. About 300 feet pipe report will be made been laid. iHhe directors meeting. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Keller, of Jet-, Beatrice Franklin. Pittsburgh. ferson. spent Sunday at Chesapeake pa., f Beach. has been the geust of Mrs. E. Bo'wers, has returned. ,_ J. W. Welty, Byron, 111. Mrs. M. M. Whitmore has returned from a nionth's visit through Mrs. Edna K. Ogle and children. Michigan and Canada. She Rachel and Billy, of Jefferson, are TIS- spend the remainder oi the sainmer iting in Forest Glen.' Linden and at her cottage, at Blue Ridge Sam- Washington. o. Pa.   

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