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   News (Newspaper) - October 10, 1934, Frederick, Maryland                                T TODAY ASSOCIATED FRISS REPORT OTSA rtATURl URY1C1 Weather Forecast tonlaht and Thursday. Not unit it thaiiKn m t-ttsperature. VOL. 305. (Aft FREDERICK, MD. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 10. 1934. TEN PAGES PRICE-TWO CWIT1 Crowd Out Early For Second Day 74th Great Frederick Fair Yugoslavian King Assassinated More Automobiles On C-. _ I V y4 -s t uuttjr Than All Of Tuesday But Counsel For Man Accused Of Kid nap-Murder Will Fight Action in Courts. Night Show And Fireworks Are Highly Complimented By Local Public. Three Branches Of Church Join In Celebration. EXPECTED TO REPORT TO WRIT OF HABEAS CORPUS COLT SHOW YESTERDAY REPORTED BEST HELD MAKE MOVE FOR UNION New York Governor To Grant New Jersey Request Late Today. "Well-Rounded j Says Dr. Conley, President Of i 1 Agricultural Society. Baltimore, Oct. 10 tlon of the 150th anniversary of the Methodist church In America begun here today. II was in Baltimore In 1784 that Bishop Francis Asbury called th- first Conference Irom which grew the or- ganization of the church. Some 1.500 delegates and prelates Albany, Oct. 10 cett. counsel to Richard Bruno mar.n. announced '.ha: Gavernor Leh- man would sign an order extradit'r.ft Hauptmann to New Jersey late today but that Hauptmann would ex- tradition to the end in the courts." Body Of Slain King Taken Back Home; Peter II New Ruler Boy Monarch Off 4 Killed And U I ni rk Uiirt V n i n rl 4J i t .VJ I kl. t liil k tlk luWk.lt Bier Of His Father Occurring Tuesday London Spectators Cheer Lad Two Fugitive Companions Of As He Leaves His Assassin Sought By Hotel. French Police. CABINET PROCLAMATION SLAYER FORTIFIED SELF IS ISSUED AT BELGRADE WITH LIQUOR, IS REPORT The second day of fair weather made the Frederick Fair grounds a scene ol bustle today as visitors from many parts ol this and adjoining counties flocked to the 74th annual exposition. The threat of rain was withheld as tlw sun peeped through at intervals to bring a typically hazy October day, with the atmosphere inclined to be damp but mild. Many Fair-goers wore topcoats, -while others left their at home. More automobiles were on the ground at 10.30 this morning, officials aaid, than were in the parking spaces day Tuesday for the opener. With good weather, Thursday is expected to be easily the banner day of the week. Attractions in front of the grand- stand and the horse races played to a good crowd Tuesday afternoon. The first engagement of the night shows found a comparatively small crowd in attendance, but this was ex- pected for the opener. -The succeed- ing night shows, continuing through Saturday, are expected to increase in popularity. Broadway revue and fire- works are the night headliners. Best Colt Show on Record Dr. Charles H. Conley, president of that Tuesday's draft coU show was the best in the history c." the Fair. Fortyrone entries featured the equine display, bolstering the belief that the horse is due for a come-back. Dr. Conley said the successful rolt show Tuesday would cause Fair officials to give thoughtful consideration to the demand that the heavy draft horse display of former years ba restored. Up to a decade ago this was a fea- ture of the Fair, but the coming of the power tractor spelled oblivion for old Dobbin." Now that the horse is staging a comeback, plans may be laid for a return of draft horse shows soon. The Frederick. Fair has been from its beginning essentially aericultural. and is actually the only fair of it? type left in the state. Dr. Conley said. This year's exposition is fcit to be es- pccially well-rounded, its dairy cattle and swine departments bringing fav- orable comment, the household de- partment filled, and the farm and garden exhibits of very fine quality. Judges in the poultry department find that section the best in quality and type of any yenr thus far. Many Oi the Oi.da ait. LO bj u-.uiljiUJ lil tin. Methodist Episcopal, Methodist Epis- copal South and Methodist Protestant in celebrating the scsqul- centennial of At the same time they will discuss the possibilities of a union of the three branches. The Methodist Prot- estants withdrew in 1828 because of differences of opinion on lay represen- tation and the Southern Methodists broke away on the slavery question In 1845. Dr. J. C. Bromfleld. president of the General Conference, declared these differences no longer exist because the are dead and high officials of the church hold hopes of reunion within the next few years. FOUR SUITS FOR Damage Cases Filed After Automobile Accident. Four suits asking total damage awards of were in Cir- cuit Court Tuesday against Stanley J. Graham. North. Market strest. this city. All are the result of an automo- bile accident near Ellicott City last August 18. in which four Baltlmori- ans wer? Injured. The plaintiffs. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Zekiel and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hall. New York. Oct. 10 fAPI i-lCUIll4l 11 1.1 10 ALL lUUit.t Uli i Kins A'.ex.r.ulor of YuKoOvhi, ayrlvini; H( M.u'.-.cillcv France, Tuesday, on one of :hp r.'.o-.! hv.ji.'it.m! Mons the War. and Louts Barthou. Fu-nch KwetK" Minister, woiv Miot ilr.ilh In an n who himself was sabred and shot dc.id by police. The Petrus IMlcnu'ii, n Muum busi- ness man of Croatian cnijin who b.-UniRrd to R s.-cret political six-lety to kill th- b r.iif-r cf I'.ir I die.atonal methods. THIS photo, telepnutoed fiom to Paris and London, aim M-ut by U.irtlutir Wesiesn Union Cnble fiom Londmi to New Yoik, .show.s K.IIIK AlvXAiulei ulumixd in tin.- ii'.u MM! of the 0111, dead. Hundreds Of Croats, Fearing General Georges, Of French Reprisals, Flae Across War Council, Has Chance New Jersey's demand to try Bruno Hauptmann for the murder of Charles Lindbergh, Jr. Extradition papers were placed in Lehman's hands last night. Hauptmann's trial for extortion of the kidnapper's ransom, scheduled for tomorrow in the Bronx, will be side-tracked to clear the way for the removal of the alien ex-convict to Flemlngton, N. J., where he was in- dicted Monday for the killing of the baby. Extradition will be fought, however, by the German carpenter's attorney, James M. Fawcett. He can ask the governor for a hearing but the ex- ecutive need not grant one if he thin -s the evidence justifies turning the prisoner over to New Jersey. The defense counsel can also start habeas corpus proceedings soon as the extradition is authorized. LEADERS' BIBLE CLASS HOLDS ANNUAL BANQUET 125 Men Attend Anniversary! Celabration. Report Of State Inspection Made Public. IMPROVEMENTS ARE NOTED INSTALL NEW OFFICERS FRANCIS SCOTT KEY POST F.Lester Smith Becomes Com- mander Of Organization. ser; that a machine operated by Gra- ham struck the end of their car as bath machines were westbound on the Frederick road near Oella whs asks S5 000. claL-ns srr.al injury ta legs, body and arms. riaTujes to his car. and the loss of sorites of his wife. Mrs. Zckisl far serious Injuries to the and arms, and intern- any. She avsrs that she is now under msdlcal Hal! and his Wifi ask Sl 000 each for injuries to arms and bDdy. The suits were fil'd by Maurice G'.ick, Baltimore, and WiSllam M. Storm, this city. Oooth on the left end of the series of booths and each entry includes two ons of fruit and one a non acid vegetable. The winners are as fol- lows: Charlotte Quinn, Har- irony Grove: second, Agatha Hoke. Braddock: third. Julia Schaeffcr, Brcddock: fourth. Kathleen Buhr- man. Lswistown: and fifth, Norene Zeigler, Middletown. Ths best individual jars in the Ball Madison Square Garden show at New York later this year. Today Farmers' Today was set aside as Farmers' Day in tributa to the fine agricultural section embraced in th; Fair Tliursdaj" will witness the visits of ny candidates, the Republican tewide candidates planning to at- tend in a group, supplemented by many county cflSce-sccjcsr.'. Friday's events will be supplemented by the Wu..o. J> on .'how on its own auspices. By arrangements of representatives Of the Farm Bureau and the Grange. the home canning department of the Crown Cork and Seal Co Baltimore. donors ol a number of priws. will have the department judges explain their procedure Friday noon. The judges will rxpiain tile points con- sidered by them to ail psryons Gath- ered in front of the Pomona Granee exhibit, between 12 30 and 1 30 p. m. Tuesday's receipts were said by offi- cials to b? about as cood as of nveraqe nprninc flay. The r.ieh! were h'.ch'.y complimented H Judged. Pair exhibit.'; entrred by membrrs the Frederick County Federation   M.tr. fa'i ;.i ff i'.c I'.a'ion o.' prl cl i? :ra'.'s ar.c; or th" .a 'rcpor' C-l The annual banquet of the Leaders Cl.iiiv held as pait of the c bratijn of its twenty-.-e'-ond anniver- sary, took pl'.icf on TtiMd.ty nlsht in the parish hall of Calvary Methodist Episcopal church with an attendance of about 125 men. A menu r insisting of beef, potatoes, gravy, corn, rolls, butter. fruit, fiery, ice cream, cake and c iffi'i' was served by the social committee of th" class by a number of ladies. The opening prayer was offered by C.ipt. Bernard C. Morris, of Army. Afl.T an Addre.ss nf come by Franris S. Oi.th r. president. Louis L. Wilson was presented as Sjx'ci.il music cf a sax phone sob by Chas. Murray. Storm, pianist, and .solo bv James H. Harris, with Mr.s. O. E'lis accompinust. The main Governor And OtherStatcCan- didatcs To Speak October 18. OPERA HOUSE MEETING Governor C. Kltrhlr. nituli- dBte for a llfih linn, and other can- didates of the DrniurnUir pnrtv will come to Irk Thursday night, OrioIxT 1R. for u party inlly which will b; .'.tiwd in the Op.Tii House, at S o'dock Immeriiiitely fnlUming Hie riilly, R dance will b; luld in the State arm- ory, beginning ut Both nrc brlnit by I lie Junior Club of I'Oiinty, Border. I oliiliin. Oct. Ill i APi kinu, 1 1-yenr-oliI IVler 11, Ipft London tixtay to pay hotnafic lit thi' birr of liU inunlrreil fatlifi, I. and rmlmik upon new dtilii's. Tlip liov numiirrh, snulrhi'd from .sleep in the quiet of I he '.'uunlry.siilt1 KiiRli.sli seln'ol, walked rouruiiroiisly to the train in Yirtnrln station here nolcllng the hand of his iniiii'rnnl rrniulmoihi'i-, the dowager Queen Marie, of Rumania. They had nolle to the station from p. We'.l End hotel where hurried plans for the trip to France were completed nbntit noon. A cheer arose from HIP svnipathelie English siwtiilors ns they left the hotel, but an Impressive (inlet fell over the riowd as Ihe royal cortege tionrded the train. Horn, pastor of St. Paul'.s M. E c'.iurrh, HsTfr'tiwn. whi a forrcful disrours? on the subjc.-t, I "What Is Ycur Remarks were al mid-1 bv C A I Gihon. Rrv. Dr. G. E11.S W.ll-im.1: and i E. S Rire Th.' Ui'jies a ere j with Autumn flT.vcr.s. Th.- class will i c'oiene Rally Day cm next Sunday with ih" Sahatlon Army In r'.iargc of the s.-rvlce. HIGHER COMMODITY PRICES STILL NEEDED 1 President Thinks They Ought To Increase A Little More. Ort 10 President 'hat commodity price." should zo ft little higher b'fore an I attempt i.5 midc to stabiliz; the price T'r.c was described a.s f.-cl- i iin that considerabi? has made in tn: ).v: year anci nalt to br.n? the natian'.s and labilities 1 ti a more even relationship, but that :h" HSSC'S .shiuld s'.il! higher 1 T; wa1; emiJM'iz'd. hiwrvr. tha' i prices wTtuid b> prevented from going Hie roof, .so f> speak, and tiia: 1 when a level was a'.lcmpt-s would b: made to them th-re. nr.er s.tnat.on nnsht b: a far'.or turc manttary policy. RELEASES REPORT ON FREDERICK INDUSTRIES tended. Partv candlfliilfs whfi nrp ed to ncrompanv the Governor to this cltv and .-pruk nt DIP rnllv are Grnrcp RuIi-litTr for Unit'vl .States Senn'oi: H.-rbert II. O'Cmior, for Al- lorncy-Ci'1iier.il. Ccinirres.smnn Uiivld J. (..i.dii'.ilc' for ic-i'Ii t lion. nnd Jutlgr Chailii. W. Woodward, sppkint; rc-clertluii to the Circuit Court bench of this riiruit. '.vh-i .IIP eMppctPd to attpiict lh" inilv '.Mil A, Younp. Clerk of the Court of Ap- nnd Willinm S. Gordy, Comp- troller. Both nre 'P'kinif Many nninly c.indidritps me to attend will probriblv be given it! th" Prior to th" tivi-lnv: the villc band v.ill play in fron: of (he J-'rantkS Kcott, K y liotd nnd at the Seventh j.'.ie-t fountain Oi lesa- tions from nf the I'onnt.v ttill meet ill the and will parade from UICTP to Oprr.i Hon. P. Music for th" d.incf at, the annorv will br funilrhecl by Dave llas.ui's Southerneis. Door v.ill b? giv- en, and there v.li! be additional enter- lanimi'in. The cummiltc" in of prrlnn- Inary arranKem.nU'i is rompo-prt of Altnn Y. Benr.'t: pre idcni of rlub: Alfred W. Gaver. Cnmeron C. Kehne, Charles A. Jr and Rol- lins J. Atkir.-oii Movrs To Prevent Bclurnde. Yunoslavm, Oct. 10 The government nioM-d loclay to pre- vent an iiprLslng In the Croat Inn dls- trlet. after II had formnlly given Ytlgoslavla a boy king. 11 -year-old 1'eter II, .son nf the martyred King Alexander. A cabinet proclamation notified the citizens that PeU-r was king. He will llundiul; of Cri'iiis fled over the Austrian border, fen ring the ns.sn.sl- rntlon mnv result in reprisals nKain.st tlivin. Wane me Kotemmein. tR'iiieii there wn.s any of Inxip.s. BS was rumored in loreigu eoiiuuie.s, i1 WILS numltUii lini li't-' hU.ii pii- eMlMoll1 WTC in Cnwllii. vhere feeling itgniii.st the Koveniincnt. tuns high HOSPITAL BOARD HOLDS ITS FIRST FALL MEETING To Recover. M.uM-.l'.c. 10 pnmi> ot nri  TP- por' of a of nianu- f.ieturers public by the Census Bureau today. In 1S.11. 1 42i rm- pioved bv tiie jame intl'i-trial fi" 533 va-, pp.ir! in .'H'.d '.ie of thr av Ki. '.V.f '-.une of in botli ;.T.r and in lift of MARKETS SHAKE OFF SOME OF PESSIMISM V-'i- n HI '1-T-- ke'.s iri-av Jinoic s >mr of :n'ir i R.- -.riy t.i'j r.il' in dim-'.c now.s. as a v li '.f. ivin? 11.) bright, v.n. -.1.1 to at'r.i'1; i? Grain in :n 1 ,VT n's a 13 I; r. firm j H m.l'.cc! a: ,i ri'.i r 111 'I.i" di.li. i ;r. MISSING BOY FOUND: WAS AMNESIA VICTIM G. C: 17. Afi fi'.-f. i: t C- IV. r..i'. rl i.'i'rii'r! S x f N'.iilin, treasurer: MM. Samuel H. Rosenst'K'k. ree.irrl.r.s and Miss I, N.-s, after the report.-, were apirovcd. Tlic number of fre" case.i at the p.'il ha1 'A.is sti'i-d. I' ala.i 'A.I.I   r irct r -i d d iv. h-l'i '.n '.v f fi.ivs ;n N :.v- f.i.-' fhr Ivrrfi' .'r i.n j.f s t) 'li- i' 'in' .i'( I. 171: 137. r.i.i-. d 41: pav, p.'" 97: 'u.rM.s. 14; The assassin and Chalny had fart in their room yesterday after whieh they drank considerable liquor. Alter lunrh they left the hotel to- Reiner. Chalny returned alone lit r. 30 c'livd. pnid the hotel bill and dta- Was Member Of Terrorht Marseilles. Oct. 10. Petms KnlTiicn. a.v.a.sAm of King Alexander n.' YtmoMnvia and Louis Barthou of i t .1 il :i Balkan tTnTist chosen by lot to execute the older.1? of a terroristic The Image of a skull and cross- hopfs were tattooed on the i.Kht a-n: and printed under tbe of in Croeu dialect Liberty or '.ririo'.is of France liotncj- of many Balkan refu- i f-s iodnv in sin attempt to discover mnre FINAL REGISTRATION TERRORISM GRIPS NORTHERN SPAIN THE WEATHER TODAY o :n f- f.'' A eno.r.g h.i T: v I .r 1 ri hard. -p-ritor a- :'r." P- :o f.i i v in '1 '.r. h A- ,r fcrrr.rl Chs-.'.r.- p   reputed a q'linti'v arms f.jiir.d W n-. iv. v.-.r. laced i lie Jcaui pcixtlty. .v- a ,-l. O- OS NO H.si -'f -'.'.ii-.i- a H.x'.i A license and rreistration were T.c frri? niRht -S3 e.-.teif-rt Iti >r.-l J. Cook. Lung a Br.uuli. N at t.txm trid.iy by tl n. M. F N ui.d I) R C ,-k vas li-ld h lor iack uf l.-.v 54! ;i .y. -K .1 m. i' S'i in. 07 p. collateral. ANOTIIIIR SH7KI) AT on thf 'jr.tri r. vr of in.- nk rnun'y ;.ul is nii'.ic ''i I >i k a r'ti'ii) firated in continue i'1 V'.ie lip. T'r.r nia- rhjne 'o r'prr'ed that tak'T. from the 'minst ramp by J. A P at, :he 'f Frrder.ik I: was (v.r.fKraVi: bv D'p- utv Shrr.JT E.arl v.'.le. Of the fi'.e o'her machir.es L'lfKli 111 I! V U' llVtll lilt. Siif .fT .s crTirr i e i11 "f of rirr" Patrick street. Clem the prop- erty from Isaac N. Shipley July 23. He operates a and not a beer parlor a.s was reported .Yesterday. He aiui I.M' alxi'.e th? taurant. So far as could no for arrrst in thr i had been wsued up to this awning. Tuesday Last Sew rn To (let On Botlu. Tir.il dav of registration prior i: 'lection pawed on T'te-i-Jav fl' as did tne first r.s -f Me ixfore. Nel- D.T: nor Republican head- ti.i.' I', u's any figures to- be'.'.i t.ia' Me rei.stration ww light. Tl-.e dav smuig of --n nrx' Tuesday, ta foe pur- .-..i UMO. elate U N.ivrrr.b" 8. n %S S11H BIKTHDAT F. Kefauvcr. Middletown. to- i ay is his Wrttodty an- Republican and a former of thr Hrruv wf TJeletrxtrs. He retired from fanning In 1J18 ha-s been tntemted In nrtous county projects. He was a promoter of building of the Frrterki and rilcio-n Ekclric Railroad and a rr.otcr of ihr Bnddock Heights and Inprovcmect   

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