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   News (Newspaper) - June 21, 1905, Frederick, Maryland                                THE DAILY NEWS. AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. PfBLlRMCD HT THIS GREAT SOUTHERN PRINTING AN l> MANl'FACTfRlNG COMPANY. KKEDKKU'K. MD. E. BIKEI.Y, Twos. Scuucv. BIKII.Y, C. S. UowA.xti. Treasurer. Secy. M DAILY will Hy 10 in ibr or ACT in tbe I nUrd HO per 'Bectb: f 1 (Ki lour tuontbe: f 1 M) lor i-U _ thtr nubccriptit'Ti In paid lit jui __ prr niiiutti or J-Ii U) will lie ttiatxed. THK AVKKUIA' XKVVS. Kri.l.t mil! Vy rntt'rrr to in the ciiy mn'.lfd tn atjy nrt- in V'uiUM for IHT in YiLTtably in iuU niirt- niduvi'itu'tiif for inucl ttnur'abiy every order. tht- paper mull nnd   THK NKWS, Frederick. Mil WEDNESDAY, JUNK 21, 1905. 1905 JUNE 1905: Su. 11 18 25 Mo. Tu. 12 6 13 1920 26'27 We 14: 21 28 Th. 8 15 22 29 FT. 9 16 23 30 3i 10; 17; HKKKAFTKK, Mr. Bowen will address Secretary Taft AS "My Dear Bill." Now TBAT It Is settled that he is to have a Urge share of the work of rebuilding Russia's navy, Mr. Sahwab onght to send some token cf apprecia- tion to Togo. THSKK is no explanation of the sink log of a British steamer by a Russian cruiser, gave the bare faoe that the former was not a Japanese war vessel. NOT much detective ability was re- quired to discover evidence of crooked- ness in Philadelphia contracts. In tbs heyday of their power, the rlngatem hardly took the trouble to conceal their rascality. FALSE weights have bean discovered in the oldest olty yet exhumed. Now the world will await with interest the poislble discovery of th? municipal records to see whether the game of "graft" is of eqnal antiquity. A.n Attempted Dodico. The palpable attempt to shift from the Board of Aldermen to the Men's Association, by the appointment of throe prominent members of the latter body an commissioners of tax, tho responsibility for the continuance of the present inequitable assessment of prop- in Frederick, van an aboard and futile trick. Even If the gentlemen named ai commissioners had consented to serve, they oould not, and would not, have been held responsible for the Inequalities in asseisments which inevi tably will exist after the annual meeting of the board. "The commis- sioners of Bays the ordinance specifying their duties, "shall continue in the discharge of their duty from day to day for the space of not more than two weeks." The evident purpose of the law is that their labors shall be devoted to (he assessments of new prop. erty, and the making of snob changes in assessments as may seem proper to them, upon the petition of the parties con- cerned. For them to make a complete revision of the aaieaiment lists within M period of two weeks is manifestly impossible. The reassessment whloh Frederick needs is not to be secured in this way, and the people are too Intellt gent to be made to believe that any body of three men might jnsily be held responsible for making a complete and equitable assessment while sitting as commissioners of tax for two weeks. The members of the Business Men's Association have been ontipoken, as have most of the citizens of Frederick, In demanding a reassessment. It is no answer to this demand to put the power of commissioners of tax in the hands of three gentlemen who hare been among the leaders in tho demand with the obvious, if unspoken, purpose of "putting It up to" them. It is not "np to" them. It is, as it has all along been, "np to" the Board of Aldermen. They accepted their nominations with f nil knowledge of the fact that an act authorizing a complete reatsesament of property In Frederick for the purpose of municipal taxation had been secured from the legislature and that it was the wish of the majority of the people that such a reassessment should be made. They recognized this wish, and pro- ceeded towards a compliance with It up to the very point of consummation, when they suddenly, and for some rea- son as yet unexplained, halted, and dropped the whole matter. The re- sponsibility is still with them. They cannot escape or avoid it. The oity has by their act been deprived of at least one year's share of the benefits which wonld surely follow a proper reassess- ment. If the board would do the most in its power to rectify thle blonder It should proceed in good time to make preparations for ft thorough tMMMT meat upon which, to next year's tax Uvy. la tbt meantime, private bulneM will not prevent their should be ohoeen as of tax. The three named ywterday are exceptionally men are quite justified in refuting to undertake this work. MRTEHPOKAltV COMMENT. Summer come high, bnt from the weather man's point of view we mnst have Amer- ican. Those time-annihilating trains may yet enable the overheated Oblcagoan to spend the evening at Ooney Island and return before Bun. While Spain and Russia are rebuild Ing their they might put in the time advertising In the United States for men who know the art of making good behind the Times. If things keep going as they are going nowadays, the American political text con will have to be modified in some very Important particulars. The words "politics" and "politician" have long been habitually used in a sense by no meant complimentary, though there has also been room for a meaning to them which implies nothing unfavorable. Bnt when it comes to the term "practi- cal politics" every one in America un- just what it that is something about which very little that U good one be said. Bnt It begins to look as thongh the phrase were un- dergoing a process of vigorous fumiga- tion, and if this goes on much lon- ger we may expeot to see people talk of "practical politics" when they mean the increase of economy or the elimina- tion of and employ the term "practical politician" aa the highest epithet of pralie that can be beitowed upon a pnbllo News. MINUTES OF MKttRINESS. "Isn't this an unusually large crowd for a prayer asked the visitor. "It replied one of the regular attendants; "bnt the cashier of the Fif- teenth Nations! Bank was converted last week and be promises to 'tell his experiences' tonight News. Mr. do yon always look your door when you go Mr. do you know I always Leader. only objections to Mrs. Pryor is that she's a bnslneas woman. What business is she engaged InV Obioago News. telh the most impos- sible fish stories. ooursa. stories wouldn't be worth listening to if they weren't Free Press. have decided never to marry until I find my ideal. sort of a girl is your ideal? that wears skirts and has Sentinel. THE VOICE OF THE PRESS. From fho Now York Herald. managers of the St. Louis fair. who had to spend, returned Now. let's hear no more about woman Using equipped for poltlos. JAPAN'S EVIHPOISK. From the Chlcngo (Jtronlele. Togo's victory will constitute the true test of Japan's equipoise. If any Caucasian nation had scored the triumphs of Japan during the last eighteen months there would bo no living on the same planet with that nation. The rest of the world would have to combine to thrash it because its vaunting and boasting would be unen- durable. It remains to be saen whether the Mongol shall rise superior to the Caucasian In triumph as he undoubtedly does in adversity. AMEH1CAN TOUKISTS. From tliu Cblonco Chroulcli', Speaking of the Hummer invasion of Americans, a London newspaper oaya that the streets will soon be full of "curiously quiet looking men in weird coats with padded shoulders, long boots at the toes and straw hats with no roof and women with brown faces and eyes with very white whites, green veils floating in the breeze and accents that set one's teeth on edge." If we really do look like this to our English friends their professed fondneis for us as Voiced by Lord Lansdowne and Mr. Balfonr is something to wonder at. Perhaps It Is a case of "handsome is aa handsome deeds to render the Anglo American alltanos worth While for the Anglo end of it. COSTLY PUHIF1CATION. From the Buffalo Kxpruss. Some idea of what it costs, In money, to free a municipality from the grip of a corrupt gang is shown by the faot that the Philadelphia Citizens' Committee is asking for with which to the various wards of that olty for a municipal cumpaigu. It may strike some people ibat such sum of money is in excess of legitimate needs; but it must be borne in mind that a hard tight last- ing several months must be made if the people of Philadelphia are to regain their freedom. It money to conduct a campaign, even under the most favora- ble circumstances. And in Philadelphia the gang has secured BO tight a hold of the olty government, its ramitioatlons are so numerous and BO complex, that those who stand for good government must be ready to meet any emergency. Thorough organization is the first ueceaslty, and organization, as ail know, ooata money to perfect and maintain. Even It the residents of Philadelphia are good and mad, everything must be clone to keep that mad up to boiling temperature. So, these are among the reasons why a large fund la considered necessary to make an effective campaign against the forces of corruption whloh have ruled the olty so absolutely and for so long a time. There is a lesson in this for other cities. It behooves the people of all mu- nicipalities to he ever alert to the polit leal influences which would fasten them- selves upon them for selfish purposes. A supreme difficulty is to make the tax payers realize that their rights and their property are always In danger from these sources. But constant watchful ness is required, else the gangs will get so strong a hold that their grip can be broken only by the expenditure of much money and as much effort. For 86 cents yon oan let In Frederick know by a NBWB want ad. that yon "situation or want oooV. MOMKNT8 WITH THE MUSE. A NiRbt Prayer. O God, O Perfect Love, I pray Thee oare For him beointe it forbidden me. Urant that hie sleep may toft and hal- lowed be; Became tbete prayer oiaiped hands may never dare To smooth blets hli bed. Oloae with thy rare, Caressing pjaoe bis weary mar-eyei. Free From other ward some angel guard, that be May keep the dark watch that I may not ihari. Greet with Thy day's hU waking soul, Inspire him lost to wearloen he slip Upon the day'i ascent, Grant me the bliss Of praying for Lord, take Thou a coal Prom out Thy altar fire, and on the Up That I may never touch lay thou Ha kiss HALK OILMAN, in July Sorlbner's. Alone. A black east wind and a sky unkind and the inn away, Bnt the lark above is singing of love in the old wild way. And were you bnt here, O my only dear, would I ever mind The dnsty road and the frozen sod and the black east wlnd'r There's scarce a blade to hide love's bed and the brown bride coy, Whose will follow by hill and hoi low her soaring joy. O dear and true. If I clasped but you, should I fear, heart warm, The snow in the wind and the sky un- kind and the muttering The daffodil is out on the hill, and the lambs, a score, Are listening. Hark to the bridegroom larkl Bnt he comes once more. would yon return, then 1 should not mourn in your fond embrace, SUB away and thn skies of gray and the snow in my face. MALL GAZETTE. And The KUYAL, AKCANUM KATES Deputy Supreme Keicent Explains UK- cent Ohanicca Mr. J. O. Bond, of Baltimore. Deputy Supreme Regent of the Koyal Arcanum, was in this city last evening In the in- terest of that organization, which has recently made a change in the rate of assessment. He was seen at his room at Ihe City Hotel during the evening by several of the oflioers of Frederick Council, No. 1100. and explained the new table of rates just adopted in a very tattsfaotory manner, and was Informed by the ofli- oers that tho new schedule of rates had caused very little alarm among the members of Ihe local oonnoil. Mr. Bond came here from Hagerstown where he attended a meeting of Fen- Mar Council, Royal Arcanum, of that city. Mr. Bond stated that some were quite indignant about the change made by tha Supreme Council, at ten recent session, especially In the way it affected the members who had arrived uc the age of 06 years. He said, however, that after the Indignant had considered the matter more thoroughly they realized the mistake they had made. It appears from the statement made by Mr. Bond, that, after a careful com- parison of rates now in effect, and new rates which go into effect upon new members oo July 1, and upon present members October 1, it was seen that the new rates are slightly raised upon new members between the ages of 21 and 2G, after whloh there Is a considerable re- duction in the rate proportionately, until they have attained tho age of 05, when the holder of a policy of Is required to pay sum of per mouth tho remainder of his life. "The amount he saves between theso said Mr. Bond, "by taking the regular table of rates, if he calculates closely, will carry him possibly Heveral years longer. The table of new ratea is fixed HO that should the order fall to initiate another member it would be able to meet every obligation." When questioned in regard to the future of the now existing emergency fund of over Mr. Bond stated that it was no more than natural that it would continue to rapidly increase. Mr Bond left today for Cumberland. where he will visit the oonnoil at that place, and go from there to Frostbnrg and Lonaooning on a similar mission. It is probable that he will visit Freder- ick Council at its meeting on next Tuesday night. While the foot of the change of rates has been known by tho members of the local council, there was no outburst of indignation displayed by members who attended its last regular meeting a week ago, yet the change has bsen calmly and carefully considered, and members have come to the conclusion that, while it is in some degree n hard ship to old members, it is not quite as bad as it has been pictured by various newtpjpers. Pcnns) Ivnpi.-i W.itor Commisr. ioncrp. .ii-K. i Iniin Itn Kir.. iMiif. I lol.n I' ni I li nl i'.tuy M I'.rn, IMII i nt tn n: tun n i- nl S 'IMMI w i ni i Mi'ii'i r ion i r Ihi1 i tin ri in .1 1 1 r IMIUM n .t nil i i in- s' i nl' I M-UI Cloudburst Docs Great D.Trtingc, riniiia. X Y j I i at I I '.i lliiinli'il i'ii> dill r.n.ii i, on i In. -nil In- ni S'u'.M' K Hoth lii-ati, I'Vllov cil ili-'ir anil iv.n of h; --p. ii ,11-111 iniii ix ami r luniini shi'tN a 1 in ini'ii i- hx.iy Mali, i and fnmi tlifi! luiniil.it a'nl IMC! There Is more Catarrh In this section of the country tlinn nil other dlxeatei put together. ;tnd until the few years wfm Mipposeil to lie Incurable. Kor n crent many years doctors pronounced It a local disease and prescribed local remedies, and hy constantly falilne to cure with local treatment, pronounced It In- curable. Science lias proven catarrh to ho a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Cure, manufactured by F. .1. Cheney Co. Toledo Ohio, la the only cure on the market. It In taken Internallv In from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It acts di- rectly on the blood and mucuous surfaces of the nytem. They offer one hundred dollars for any caae It falla to rum. for circu- lars and testimonials. Address. K. ,J. CHENBY A CO.. Toledo. Ohio. Sold by druggists. 75e. Hall's family Pills for constipation. BACK BROKENJJNDER AN AUTO Commencement Marred By Accident That May Prove Fatal. Kant on. 1'a., .June 21. The coin at lAfayette Col- IORC marrvd by an automobile ac- cident on the Campus. I. J. Holland, a local cliafTcur. WUB bringing home- a Jolly party of alurnni at 5 o'clock In tlif morning, when his machine either bc( .iiiii- uiiinauajfK'ublc or be did not know tlio Iny of the grounds and shot an embankment. The automobile turned turfl" ami Holland was pinned font iiruler It, buck was broken he will die. John one of the men who were hi and hanglnK onto the IIKU hine. his broken. Sow? of the others were slightly hurt. 17 HEAT DEATHS IN PITTSBURG Four Days of Sweltering Heat Not Yet Relieved There. I'illsbuiK. I'll-, June The oppres Blvely hot wave whli-h has Utfhtly ami iKinlty the lust four iluys and the lint of fatalities is rowing rapidly Kour more deaths were reported, inak- Ins a tutal of 17 There were aKo a KcrioiiH nature. "With one exi thn hottest city (lalvoston, Texas, was first, with the mercury registering 82 do KTPOS. and I'HtslmrK followed with s: dcgrops. The jit-eater humidity is caii.s ing mueh Ki'.fferinK, especially to thotv employed in the mills. Extra Dividend of 120 Per Cent. New York. 21.- An extra divi- dend of the unusually InrRe amount of IL'O per i ent In addition to thf ri'Kitlar ijuarterly dividend of y> pe cent, ban been di dared by the direr (OPK of the l-'irih Avenue Hnnk of thi city. The extra dividend which the will receive is out profits (lie bank made in and 1904. slm-o Sunday ninny prostrations o! Pitt-sburK was in !ho country yes- NOTICES, NO. 7867 EQUITY. In the Circuit Court for Frederick County slttlnir In Equity. John H. Itepp et al. vs. Samnel ttepp. ndult. and Marenret Kepn. Infant, erandchlldren of Siirauel KepD. deceased. In the mutter of tho Report of Sales filed the Ulst day of June, 19O5. MAY TERM, 1905. Ordered, That on the 1-lth day of July, 10O5, the Court will proceed to act upon the KoportofSules of Heal Estate reported to said Court by John H Kepp and O. Princeton Uuckev, trustees In the above cause, and filed therein 113 aforesaid, to finally ratify imd con- firm the Bume unless cause to the contrary thereof be shown before said day: provided a of this order be Inserted in some news- paper published In Frederick County, for three surcesHlve weokH prloo snld day. Tho Keoort stuteg the amount of siiles to be SO. Dated this 'JUt day of June, 1905. SAMUEL. T. HAFFNEK. Clerk of the Circuit Court for Frederick Co. Irue SAMDELT. HAFFNKB. Clerk. D. Princeton Buckey. Solicitor. je21di O ,RDER NISI ON SALES. In the Orphans' Court of Frederick County. Maryland. In the matter of the Sale of Heal Estate ot Uavld Frazler. deceased. Ill tin: Matter of tlui Report of Sales, Hied the lath day of June. 1905. JUNK TEUM. 1SIO5. Orili'i-ed, by tin! Orphans'Court of Frederick County, this ISih day June, 19O5, that the .sale of tho Heal tstate of Davlii Frazler, late of Frinlfrick County, deceased, this day reported to this Court hy his Executors bo ratilled and continued unless cause to the contrary lie shown on or before the 8th day of July, provided a copy of this order lie published in some published In Frederick County for three successive weeks prior to tho day of July, 11IO5. The Executor's Keport states the amount of sules to be tlftoen thousand dollars KUSbELL E. LIGHTER, JACOB M. 131KKLY, WM, H. i'BAKRE. Juditos of the Orphans' Court. True WM. R. Cl'TSHALL. Register of Wills. Clifford A. Frazler and Krnest U Frazler, Executors. Frank b. Stoner, Attorney, jl-tdU TpXEOUTORS' NOTICE. This Is to clvo notice that tho subscriber has obtained from the Orphans' Court of Frederick Count j, Md., letters testamentary on tiie estate of SAMUEL, DUTKOW. late of Frederick County, Md., deceased. All persons havhnrclaiins atralnst tho deceased are hereby warned to exhll-lt, tho same, with tho vouchers thereof, leirally authenticated, to the subscriber on or bctoro the 5th day of Jan- uary, lUOii. they may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Those Indebted to tho deceased are desired to Immediate payment. SAMUEL DI-TKOW. K1CHAKDS. J UUTKOVV. J7ilfit Kxecutora. FOR SALK. F OR SALE. A CHURCH PROPERTY. The yt. Peter's Reformed Church at Centre vllle Frederick County, hereby offered for Bale fjr a period ot thirty days. Any In- formation as to the above property and Its sale cau be obtained bv applying- to either of tneunuerslirui'd. J. Mt, Pleasant, Md.; 8. S. .Miller. Frederick. Md Charles Craintr. Walkersvlile, Md. JildGt F I OR SALE RIOHFIBLD MINING Co. stock, s.OOO shares or less, cheap. J. T. Keitrnud, Kaywood. Texas. jllidSf ASTER PLANTS FOR MlM-il varieties. lOcpor Mrs B. F. Ka-i Patrick Street. jlvda FOR SALE FLY- nets cheap. Come early and set the best. Apply at Myers' Livery Stable. ITOR AND T IN Ijamsvlllc. For particulars I ss A H. Smith. IJaiuivlllc. Md. FOR SALE and crushed ?toue In Mealoy. C.dtif ILDING -Itj. C E SALE OK Property MMatrni at Fountain Mills. Mil., two lulh'M fium railroad. For par tlcularb apply to B. Kbert it fiSdAWtf FOR FIRST-CLASS IRON 
                            

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