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   News (Newspaper) - April 30, 1906, Frederick, Maryland                                FUOM PKIXTKU'S JXK. F8JC3X21CSL 5 its to SUrrtasd. 1 105 J A KVJLK KOll ADVKR.TI5EHS. 'i'otaaif surfoi sejnrlnc rhe f net I: la THE FREDERICK, MARYJLAlfD, MONDAY, APRIL 30. 1SHXJ. Pianos, iv -VJMV Im llli CKKTS A MONTH. ibc-y until they O v. ith case her sec tr.rks on v a: n'-t to to t-0. Pianos and Organs, tae history of BireSy's Palaoa Sot Musis mad O.'gaas baea off3red.tto the public as low is we are offering them this season. Magnificent Grand Upright Pianos in rich Sgarel mahoginy or-Oircassian walaut for 75 and upward. for ...osriv harged His Organs and upward. Remember, every instrument sold by ns is FULLY-WARRANTED A8Q GUARAHTEEQ to 10 years. Ybajcannos afford to bay a Piano or O.-gin until you hare examined thess instruments. Oash or easy Paymenta. fiirely's Palace of Music, Corner Market and Ohurch Streets, Frederick. Md. STEP LADDERS. 3 fool 5-fcot- 6 foot 7-foot 8 foot RIVAL reducers to jvtaki Cs-v to .ii: pr MS. f j' S ten Cr-.-r.-i Tor  e. About IOC SK'M a. similar whii-h was wry has taken ar House, -whore hi; m retirement of court is. his :nst Voliva. )ERS STRIKE Co Out to Enforce A t the was oiS- tu-. otiajw ia the the dis- ca'.lo: in oru-.-r tc of union fo: MBS MONtT Ask Congress to Endorse Bonds to Rebuild the Citv. did h Mrs. wh To IS Is to try it. To try It is to buy it. A washing can be done on the See Whizz In half Ihe time It takes to do H on the other IS will wash a handkerchief as weii as a bjd goilts or a length of carpat. Price, A. G. CO., EAST PATRICK STREET. ________FREDERICK. 31D- GEOR6E L CRAMER SOK, KEAIi ESTATE. FJKB ISSURAXCE. Farms and CItr Property For Sale and Kent. FOS SALE. ilodern dwelling with Dretty la-sra and iarse barn ia center of Three Bew properties, frell improved, at Walkers vlile. 25 acre property at vTalkersville. 176 acre farm, near Walkersrsiiie. 90 acre farm at "Walkersrille- 34 acre farm.neir Walkersvllle. 115 acre farm, near WoDdsboro. Modern store property and at Beallsville. Md. 110 acre farm near city, cheap. Tvro fine snbnrbm homes. So-acre farm, two miles irota citr. 33-acre farm, near WslAersville- 119 and 149 acre near ilidway 255 acre farm, fiae 14o acre farm, low nrice. 69 acre farm, near Johasville. 120 and ITS acre farms for sale. 31O acre S3.OOO. Balldlnss wonh It- MONEY TO LOAN. Room 3, Central National Bask Butldlne. ho has severed her al- with Voliva. sat ia a. chair amccg "Dov.-ie's followers in the congregation. Except for former Mayor II- D. Harper. Dowie- v.-as alone on the p'ruferm. Powle announced the hymns end led in prayer in a firm voice. Ho prefaced hi? sersnon by a spirited de- nial of the charges that have been brought againsi him by Voliva and others. "They say I've taken the people's money: do you believe he asked. of "Yes" aiid "No" came from different parts of the audience. A inaa said yes vras singled out by Dowie. Peiciinsr a trembling finger at the man. Dowie asked him to staifd up and "tell what money I took and The men sat still. A guard T.-as ordered to compel the snan tc stand, but he stood silent. Then it was that Dowie rose an-1 demanded that any of those present vrho harl cnyiMng to charge should make the charge. Xo one cSereci tc accuse Dowie. pzi'l a tributs to jlrs. wife some ncbie qualiiies. ti-r vra? and impcse.l upon. a result of this f'r dii! for VKI.-J; >a th-j different shops in this   n.-iv'iu.s charity u! saw rassfns o! of priof ami CH- of order end was taken 01" th-j ius.ses jihiu-; lor the lutisro. Tho loss o'.s-- lives th" 01 four square :nik-s 01" Lhc best part o; San Francisco bare beon v.-rittt-a !n history, anil to- dav evr> une c. nfu'.cnt for rapid progress in tho of the roator bt-tf-r San Francisco. It is that SOO ers win bf cffcctei! by the strike, and wkhin this number will be thun by number ol be laid c.f of materias for which very largely tlsc PittEbu'5 rcswjpapars Consclicate. Pitisimrs. Pa.. April a soiulaticn of interest? :he Tiir.es and the Piusburrc v.-i" to their iadivilua: Eames tho ths appear Gazette-Times and will be issue! the Gazette Ne2ro Lynched. Memphis. April Inks. Eiys A. BSSTO giving na V.'il! Brov.-n was captureJ by a posse of citizen-- hanged from a railroad trestle af- ter an improEipiu trial, wlien he con- Tfessed to having killed Mr. Johnson. After the hanging the crowd dispersed. Khpnmatfsm Makes Life miserable. A borne Is the most valuable pos- tbat i? within the reach of mankind. rou cannot enjoy Its comforts if yon are snffe-tnsr from rheumatism. Yon throw ss-ide business cares when you enter yoor home and you can be relieved from those rhenmaUc pains also by apolyin? Cham berlain's Pain Balm. One application will iriiejou relief and its continued cse for a short time will brine abcat a permanent cure. For sale at A. ii. Fearre'a drns store. spTiive of ra> o or creed. Probably the most important dovel- tho promulgation by Gen- eral Ore- !y of his plan for th'-> t-'t'lion of rt-'if; siipplits. Reports of v.'asto aaii I'vtravaruun.- II.IVQ sim-c isri-visions rv-! in ;o stie- the anii it is o." will by th" first days after tlsen- v--as little chc-ck kepi of main iika bnins to pro- against ami many abuses Steiner Druggists, Have ffiored across the street from their old building into i Dr. H, P. Fahrney's Building, and will remain temporarily until their new storeroom, has been completed. WHAT IS GAMBRILL'S MY QUEEN? It is a Patent Flour made of the choicest selec- tion of hundreds ot thousands of bushels of the finest wheat ia Frederick county- no sub- stitute. For Sala by all Grocers and Dealers. ;M1M WE ADVANCE _ Iilitchell Says Miners Never Got a j Concession Without a Fight. i THE CRISIS iS NOW AT HAND HENRY CABOT LODGE.. ADMINISTRATION LEADER OF THE SENATE. nil Senator has written historical works a m.-inber of sorts of learned societies and !s :i of "uusssy i-oiu'ernnl bv Harvard and other iustitutioss. He is bi> term in tin- M-r-t.- and before his election to that body had b.vti m-arly four t-nns ihe house. He was permanent chairman of ib.- "national of lOi.O. lie i-j likewise Riiiiorally crediKtl ,.f the Koi-rb Hcan in Massachusetts. Workmen's Leader Declares Operators Arbitrariiy Fix the Price of Coa! and Wajes and Never Vciurstariiy Grant- ed Employes An Increase. 10 the John >.cal is rtUit'a: to r.U; 10 f.x ab-'OiUt' at frank-y ut 'lv': ar'j'.T.inly -r shall b- bought." his koon th" atti- xawiS DET1I.3ISS. J. K. S. ASJOS ITHSSB DEVILBISS URNER, INSURANCE. OOIili AiiBAUSBCBmLDls 55 Market Street. Frederick. Md. To ioaa Jn sams to at lowest 146 We2t Patrick Street, new brisk resi deuce, for sale at a Also 1O small houses 12 to IS per cent. L M. NIXDORFF, Jf 31 Court St.. Next Central Bank. sSdly Children's Shoes, Tne reason why wa sell SD many shosa for children is simply bscanse -re 4c wa snpply the ohildrea'a needs batter than others do. Erery require -it ments is acticipated. -K We've a variety of sbapss and sizas. Ths use of spacial lasla of oar own Invantjloa and the saleeElon of ths baat niatarials make oar -Je Oinaa >4 VI A. iu> Fit, Shape, Looks, Wear. OhHdren'g Shoes deiirable. All Suitable leathen In Sfaoas. Oxfords and Tans, if yao prefer 25 to f 1 50 and according to slzi and kind, According to the plan of General Grceiy. the unburned part of the city v.-ill be divMed into seven districts in charge of army officers, who will as- SUIRO control of all the relief stations cow established. Responsible civil- ians will be installed, under salary, at the sub-stations for clerical work, and daily rpcortis and checks will be kept. As the period of extreme distress has passed, the issuance of rations will at the earliest possible moment be con- fined to helpless women and children and refused to able men. Luxuries will be confined to infants and invalids. In each of the seven districts there will be 100 stations. The eisount of food to be allowed each person, with lati- tude for certain conditions, is speci- fied. The allowance, in a measure, is based on the army ration. Plan to Finance the City. At a meeting of James D. Phelan. chairman of the finance committee. End some prominent lawyers and bank- ers, a plan was broached for financing roads wore and. more- reoeaUy. by like luuSslaiion railways, in the PhiUpphir-a assurod to thf pec- pie of the Tssf nsiiiiber of without lias boon rc-Uu.-i.-f] to a rasninuim. ho-.it-iai; portfd ihat appiinitions for a.-oon'.mo- tlation.-; have Tho work of Uii? has b -on by partiirrs of pcoplo to parts DI thp Sunday Ccr-ccrts In Parks. Tho of tho people tn by tiie rrsismi'ticn of Sunday tfurcoon lum'fns ia GoStJen Gat'. Park. n i-cncnris havf a fa- vorire Siicday rc-rfafion ia San rran- apd in to an oti'difnl in park, a short tiiiic- '.n city" at CSsy offi  Email advance proposed by tlf be taken oJI the rates charprd by thntii. Whnt out  his wifo an I cjj.ui'.iter in bPd. a irron iieir.g isierforc-i wiTli. To-'i t; -r threw his rrifo to ;Vcr an i R fzr.lifl Mr- Fe-; 1 st her icH.iu-; n.'ni :n-'cir To ;lj-_- V.T.  ut'_.L Tn Returns irrcn Cruise. .5' ?c lor jr." f Trip. Th-> Pr--.i'" ir irg ar.d v.-_ro vn .'hito H' Murdered Thirty-six D. Aprii A dispatrj from Mogador. Morocco, to the Daily ?Iaii says that a cobbler of Marrakesh. named Mcsfew! will be crucified May 3 for the icnrder of 36 women, whose bodies were found buried under his shop and in his garden. Sfck headache results from a derangement ot the stomach and Is cured by Chamber- ahx'3 Stomach and Liver Sold at A. Pearre'a drne store. KILLED BY LIGHTNING 'CUHT I'zn Meets Death snd Sevcrc'y F.r; Vs.. April Peters. Jt rs i: T'tah. Venango ccuaiy r.i.. n at the E.'inboro Stat >7  ]j -htcing and instantly kind. Th h.-jr of his v.-as entirely b'.imef" but his holy bore no Hi? '.nlerrlothins was destroyed, his shoes t--rn into shreds bis hat was per- witn several holes His sister v.-2? down by tha shock and It -K-as sr. hour affr before she "arss Ebl'-- TO a farm house only a qacrtT of a rr.iie distant to summon help for her brotber. Bryan Speaks In Jerusalem. Jerusalem. Aprii C''. "William J Bryan, who is visiting Jerusalem ir the course of his tour of the world, OE Saturday addressed a special meeting held in the tabcmacie by the Christian Missionary Alliance. He spoke for 7C minutes with captivating eloquence on the life of Christ aad His teachings and expressed astonishment at th small proportion of Christians i America and Europe visiting BToIe Jands. Kis Body Found in River. Karrisbarg. Pa., April body of Luther Xeiman. a. Pennsylvania railroad engineer, who had been miss- ing from his home in this city the past 10 days, was found floating In the Sus- quehanna river here. It is not known whether his death was accidental or suicide. roa It In Th- yJvmu SHERMAN'S MARCH TO THE SEA Son of the General Goes Over Route o! Father's Famous March. Chattanooga. Tenn.. April 30. Father Thorcas She-man, son of Ger. c-al T. Shonaan. and a priest in the Catholic church, arrived at Fort Oglethorpe. nnd started oat. accom- panied by a detail of the 12th Cav alry. following the route of his fath- er's famous march tn the sea. Tie detail of the 12th Cavalry will accom pany him ns far as Atlanta, and a: Fort McPherson another detail bs assigned to conduct him to the sea- Negro Shot Trolley Conductor. Salisbury. X. C.. April tor W. A. Wiggins, of the Salisbury Spencer electric car line, was shot and mortally wounded, and James Ray, ot Elkin, X. C.. was shot in the elbow, bv John Black, a South Carolina negro who had been ejected from th? car b; "Wiggins for disorderly conduct. escaped into the woods and a posse oi 100 men is in pursuit. "Wiggins was shot in tne abdomen. Destructive Forest Fires. Dnbois. Pa.. April forest fires are raging in this section of the state and already much damage has bec-n done to the timber interests. At Hallton, Elk county, 700 men are Sghting the Sames in an attempt to save the large timber acreage there. At Rathmel. small town near here, the fames threatened to destroy taany dwelliugs. they were coatroliei after a hard fight. Killed By a Blow. Wilmington. Del., April 30. Ber- nard I-arsen. aged 2S, from Brooklyn. committed to jail at Xeweastla without baii to answer for the murder of Lee Givisin. aged 28. at Delaware City. I.arsen, who is a steward on a sailing yacht from Xew York, went ashore at Delaware City and engaged in a fight with Givison, during which the latter was killed_by a blow. NEWSPAPER!   

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