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r$Ki", . r ),V "·' y ' * ,' ·- ^ · " ' !,» ^ , ! , " .*"''? ' j S*!^«ii^ife - ^ 'V'\^': y, t,£* ft M * t M, _ . . . wipraiffM. ,j« lUrfkiriffi. Jtii'^^LiiLiLii: bnrt a«v»itttp«r pubUakwd to ·{ I** . 5* VOL, XXXIII. NO. 78. , FEEDEEICK. MABYLAND. MONDAY JANUARY 17, 30CBNT8 A M Protection lets Cdint Steel Truot, ReprtaontMl hy Carnogi*. ftave fft^OOO t» Protection, . " * " · · ' » * , If' ft? ****** BROS. One-Price Outfitters. y i ii i , lite Opportunity is Still Yours, f «, v ,,'* '-**· -. ·· - .«·» * s ' · - » . . , «*"' * - * i ' " " · - to buy ft $22.50 Suit, Overcoat; or- Raincoat for $19 00. \ To buy, a $20.00 Suit, Overcoat, or Raincoat for $17.00. ( "'· '" ^ ) ' «·* - To buy f lQO Suit, Overcoat, or Raincoat for'$15.00. ' - -v ' ' *" v 1 v Tp buy a $16.00 Suit, Overcoat, 1 or Raincoat for $14 00. ·t · ·· i Tfotfiiy « $15.00 Suit, Overcoat, or Raincoat for $13.00. ,, '-. ,,·. r · To.buy a $14.00 Suit, Overcoat, or Raincoat for $12.00. i i \ ' To'buy a $12.00 Suit, Overcoat, or Raincoat for $10.00. · i r i \Thisis the'opportunity to bay first-class clothing at a poetive saving in"price.' ' . N AH prices marked in plain figures. i. Positively DO goods charged. ! \ , COAL BIN EMPTY? \ t t"Nit yet, but soon*;" may be your reply. Xhia should jog your thinker/ Let's hope so. If thac jog results in*placing your order with ti| f 7' v we'll be doubly pleased. 4 ' Clean, well - scrceoed coal is the onlv kind we fell. 'Phone. MarkeU Ford. It's no Secret to Have \Vhtu ui« price i- M«li. JJUBI ji\e - i mm White Cross Milk Plant. I · ' 7 ' We are now receiving-milk from 97 farmers.- None of these farmers are getting leas than 17 cents per gallon -- some are getting a-» much as 23 j cento per gallon. V\ e are willing to pay more. " Every producer of milk is requested to register their names as we are, in a position to handle more nnlk. , Vieitors are welcome at all tiiucd. No secret process. OPPOSITION TO ·*·* Conpess Holds Up by FAIRFIELD'S EGG PRODUCER BalUmcre and WashinflJon White Cross Milk Co. are F00T: FORM SHO IS '.certainly" * , great b'esi«i ng for . ybuh^ growing feet. ; They allow '* lisi ea*y - her itin of ' the muscles inrwalking, g'u'e a firm tread, to th? CHiM' a i f.it, hold the arch in placeaiiil support t he anlt! ..*. i:Qiiry ^^ Ctiildreh'a Foot - Fortjr Shoes are mode of selected leathers byexpertiiMakers; ; '·.··-.-.'·· Boy^ia'i»i|.GijirlB' Shoes ';:'·/: *'ty-75$JM to $2 fib.' ·;. .,' '·'· : ' './;··· ,."·..· -ASoowlfng^to size" ··.'".? : . ; ''.'.' " _ ·' ; l:CoMider/ : tfte -beaeh't ·', to - t h e -Young fejl4~iot the price, of the - : · : ' ' : - . We can fill tlie Shoe requirement a of any child.;. ^ , ';.- ".'...··.· ..".-..' . Serviceabh) Rubhere to fit these ·"Shoes. , , ' ': ; - - , · · - . · · . ' : · · · - . · · · V - ' ' .v. THE HOMB ,O GOOD SHOES. Unsurpassed la Or* Purchase of a PIANO W: iv,' ':.'.: :· *-·? -::} one] secure* -»h bstrument -that:has p«siicd thrbualir all experimental stages; ,U»e feeult of maoj^ yean of study,. and · eJcperietice. .The production of creators »hd ma«tet« of the art. who have mnde Pi«oo IwHdifcf * labor of love rather \ttuui»labor for fain. No fancy prints for repuUition-Ot name: just a fait price' or a firsVcUai atiistio Piano. ,.,: Send (w UldKtiitecl Catalogue. . The Man of Mystery. PRINTING. ^ AND PRICES. Pictur* Shows Bexin at 7 ·xcept S«turd«y. . ., ;· ,. Jy :USE G. I. Baking Co's Bread, Rolls, Cakes, v'E t c «V : ; : - Th*»yn re baked in a modem b.akc 3\ from best! materials obtainable, -under con-" difcions pleasing to particular.- hotnekeepera. " : Bakery, Carroll St., [, m. City Opera House! Moving Pictures and · · · ' ' " - - · · . · ' ' ^^ '· ' . . ' · ' · « ' . . ' ' - · ' ' ' ' ' -. - ' NEW IlEEtS . ' · · ' , , . , · . ·-.- ' · Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. ; ^-s^iiif^ The Musical Tramp and Oaticlng Girl. "^HAT l(rillc« U to ih MI|. frtHkJh B}o Tonic and Ert Producer (or Jjoultiy OiJx, it to ih hen, 1 supplying all the cltmcutt ,flncd lor tgf production,' ilrcn(«hmn£ lh» dlgrtlivc orgjru And maldnit the Jowl' __ Poultry by »nd pow in proportion « lfuy jre cued for proi»rly. ,_Tone ihcmup, live ihtm |u»l ji^liitle help' wiih' F4Wk1d'»''BDultry Tonic.' In Ink way- in*ny*«i , Blood tonic lor ftwllry l» tqiijliy eBec- «|vt'wlihpljtooj - )iKkt,i«eie, lurktyi, tic. ; :.:..; · . Prepawtiensi iire 8o«j under,' ' isa^-ss^ygv"" 1 SEEGfeR COMPANY. i ' ., 32 WJWT lAT;JUck STKEEt. ! i!-,;. ·-'.·-..' FREDERICK, MJJ. , .·· o i^ HARDWARE AND TOOI.S. . · '-"i-, 1 ' *i. ' · · ' . · · · ' ' TO YQIJ · F R E E THIS ' COMBINATION ROM4FKN CASSEROLE/ ',-:^ '·'.'..-. ' WITH . ,.:^;,/ . V ) -EVERY PURCilASROF ; / : ; -ENAMEL H^RE : x,,' r ;.''· ':i:.. '; AT OUR STORE. ':'., , ' : ; 'eb.. ttE6l»URS 46AIBST THEM Amendments to Interstate Commerce t * Law Oppoaed by Cannon'* Follower! In the House -- Conservation BUI Await* Volunjteet.to Introduce It, Washington, Jan. 17.--Regular* In congress are opposing the policies ot president Taft. and soon it may bo- pome "necessary for the president to address himself to.the task of bringing regulars into line." Representative Mann, of Illinois, chairman of the idm- mltlee on interstate t and.;forelgn com- morce, who is lecognfted as Speaker Cannon's first lieutenant .op tHe floor of. the hoifse. a$ well as others identi- fled with-the 01 ganizaiion. do.no^ap- prove of 'the pr ^dent's recommendations for change in the interstate* com* mer'ce law, nor do they favor, they'd- ministration plan of federal incorporation, Mr.' Maun has Introduced ·'sub- stitute bills in each, case, ile' objects to the interstate commerce court ?ea- ture of' (no, president's proposal -for oranges' in the rqto law and objects to hliT federal* ineorpma'lon bill on the ground that ( H Is an tnicfferoaro with the Hght3«6f the states' ftoprt'scnta l^e" 1 'Mann*, does noK atom)' alcnr- ID ·his attitude Toward these tyo administration, m'ensurtB. Hfs c v jjrctlomi to them are shared b£ otticr members of tlic' com'rait^ee of which ho la chairman, the jfory' committee that njuat pass on the bills before they reach the house. ( , The administration bills to carry^om Mr. Taft's views on the subject of the eouservaflrm.of tiaUiial icsourccH are still before th» liousr ocmmlttco on public 'lands'-nwaltlu^^he anubuneo- meat of some voluh'teertliat' lin is nntefef j their.tlri r obse In inV' u\MiQ*3«( *juc \fti vi OI v/OHi* lit 11 It, £*f,OJi° 'dell, iof; y/ : ^inliig. to liitrotUico -thfi' bjjls J'by ; r'iutft,''.-. having ;,bfi.cn ;do cllnjcfl bp^RiceiUent""^ J .wlljlng'-to vbouseLTJ^ * ·'·.·' *··*. ·''-.**»^^*? EDDIE GRANEY, WHO MAY REFEREE THE JEFFRIES-JOHNSON ! , , . -FI8HT. ' Tex Rk'kurd. who »» pfoiintiluu Hie tight between Jninea J. Jeffrie* and Jack JohitMou. HUH vxproxxiNl |||H wllllii^iieMti to have Kdille Orouey of tMn FrtiiicN-0 ivfetve the content. Klcbiinl nnys the fonncr Sim Franclco blnck- m-lth Is the only Ontlforitltin IIP will ntrice to an rrfeive. (jruney baa presided it; Niinic of th« tiiimt uointtii' hilHl^s ltt*l] on «!»· coast. HP put In * bid lot itn Ik lit hltuxeU. Itlckurd t;ilk» «j tioldlnc tliu but tic In Halt tjike Gitv. 'iHiMt»l«H»t»fMMIII«IMtlllllltM«H»IHII KILLS COW AND FINDS LIVE SCORPION Remarkable Tale Comes From RockYllle, Md. l EAST PATH ICK STREET B ll'tlWT YOUR, PROPBRTY .'· '··;' " ; . ' , :· ' . p . : ' . '·; j - . f , , ' ; . . : . ';·' TRESPASS NOTICES. · Y to the' measnreH -by Individual bcwof\th6rcomnjHtce and tliey nmV bo parcelod.^out -a'tnonK ,scvornl ,of the western.' reprfcsentativos. ' ·r Many':: people believe that the'.administration forces made, a 1 nil's take in declining 'the luxiffer ."bf jMr.-Mondell. tfta'opposition to'th? Ealllngcr'bills -le said to be In harmony with 'the lukc- ·Farm'support given'by him In *ho paat; ; to, the RposeycU or Taft programs for the conservation of natural resources. It,'. l« pointed, ·'piit that fe\w ·" blilsVwlifch withdrew for governrnfenti reserve any part'of the public domain that has been. subject ,td entry have h».d Mr. 'Mondell'JB.support. The meas- uret'-fn question wore drafted'by Sec-, rctary Ballliiger and the Indorsement "Introduced by request" would have brought them prominently to the attention of tlie country, as admlnlstrav tloH mbasures. V ! ^ In view;of the fact that :Mr. BftK .HnEer's conservation/ tendencies have been questioned It might prove advan- tageons. to him. to have his personal label.put upon thiem. , Lamp'c Burns Cost Girl's Llfe Tiuray, VA., Jan. 17. -- Miss Sblfflet. the seventeen-year-old daughter of Thomas Shlfflet, or hiiray; irlio was -burned by the .explosion of" a lamp at:Shenandoah Junction, w. Vn., died at ttat place i»ta TesuH. '· i ' ' ·· - ' *' . · " ' · ' , ' - . · ' * ^' · - - · , · , ' ' , · .Bryan Greeted|:ln -Ecuador. ] Ouayaquil. Kcuadpr, Jan. 17.;--W1K Ham Jennings Bryan,arrived here rind ·war greeted warm|y. by the Amorloan colony. Ho left here for Callao, and ' a. week In 'fen*. · , , · Jon. 17.-- -This lim't a :lsli story and Isn't a. yarn; abbut ihakeci; lt'» Just a plain tale rrpn) ihe Maryland , hills about twority; milofl from the capital,, »nd it's.' about : ; |an 3rdlnary.gra.ps 'eating . 1 · no Who are in perfect lehlth to-tfay, will'Iw taken' t»*6me :hp^pital .in the' nfxt · iricnt h. : ,Th«.. same ntitiiber. ur« ? ad»iiittei to thft htisjHtais; of t his .tpu.nt ry e vtry tnonth 1 " . in the^vear "1 ;^.;"v- 7;;''',. v : i..·'.''·'-':··.·. ''· .f.'': : \''/:.'"^'··: \. ' · ' . - . . ^ . , ^ . · . . ,· -- · ' · · ' . ' · ,^v. - ' . . · , ' : · ., · i'.': - . ' . , · - downer:-of; Md., no'tlcoU that one of hi* Jerisby cows was Ing and kept it up and" altogether showed .many sjgns of .vitubercul^iil*. Neighbors- who were mor?-or less,familiar with tuberculosis Un animals kept .telling Mr. OHllBk'thaf there couldn't' be anythlnKvelRJvth'e matter wltlr ; the' : animal, v ,;'.^,'r''!'^'^' ; ;'"''-;.,:. About:three, weeks,ago! the; grc-w, worse and Mi'. GIlVlB* her killed.; A''negro farj^vlflCniiiVjjor- formed ,the: oxecutipn aml»rt^rw»t''' started to .skin the^Jterse'yV^Af ter jhe had taken off the hide Ke 'noticed n hole .in the cow's sldo, and he: traced It through'the Intcstlncsi ithe ttomich and finally dowri'.,t9, i .theA'«illlVj;bBB.', There he" found a scorpfonrflyB; ihcHes long/alive and kicking Joyously.at unexpected liberty. .;.",';, ':''''::'h^,''.''. ' ' ' - ' ' ' There.are'-many, scorploopi nbont the springs .In', th'e-, yiclnljlj!; of ^Hookyllle, and It Is believed that 'thd cow .swallowed this one when takfhg;:i v : drink, Mr. GllllsB IB keeping the scorpion a* evldence;for any people wtio;dota't -b.fr'- lleye how the old cJw-x;ame ; tOj'.h.ei death. · ; . .^'-'. ; ' . . T-.I .';·';·''^ ; :' -. . . : , . .·;.-';. , , ; :,.-. ^--.-,:,,. MADE INSANE B^WlEFT .- .-· : . ' ··' . · - . ' · . - ' · : . · _'... ""i-- i ·····'-.-it,.: 1 ..;·; ; Men's Mind AfTected by ;ihc J.O4S of ".' ; · · ' ' . - . ' · · AI.A.I* *Ann ''^, ! ; v '*'"'"'" '^'-:,'. Plunged'lnto BLEW OFF HALF HIS BODY WITH DYNAMITE Held Explosive Against His Breast lad Touched It OR. I » ^* New Ixniton. Conn.. Jan. 17.--Residents In .Eveween nvonuc, Just north of thc/Pcqiiot colony, thought an onrth- quake hint overtaken thorn when WJ1- , ,-,;.-.·-.-. · - -.-.,.. .:.-.«···,-·. Ben«ett'(i,irUe,wa» In an.adjoininn rootn:'and, It r was ^evidently his Iritwi- tloh fovklll his wife as well as him; Belf./i: Bennett ,had worUed with h|« /Rtlien driving artesian ite\\n and wa* famlHar with the-«« of dTi»mlto. He has been cOnfihed In sanitariums at (llfforent iwlods for ten years ^ past, nnd__on ^Friday iMt fifed 'three"alipt" a nis^irjfo;; the .bullets hitting a 'corset BtcciaTi'd being deflected. .;·.'.'',;·'.'·;.·.'^v The sitting room In which Bennett , traRipally^fended bis, life; WM : wrecked,'' all the windows be-In* blow to atom* and the furnlturo and the bric-a-brac demolished. , f . ' txmdon, Jan. It-- Sunday welcome respite .from tk« work at the r'-»ctlm »Ufloiw, MM a* opportunity fur calm refivettM ' the proapects ot both' to gain control of ttw fpvi The greatest anlmatlOTt'p the clubs and other rendet ttlclans. and Saturday'»,result* excitedly discussed- fron^ everjr ble viewpoint. ' ' » · t Although both sides preserve gulne air of confldeace. tt wi«4, that the conservatives have at' hope that their party 'win forW next government. The utmost dare to expect it that the Ubera) Jt'rity will be* so reduced In th» parliament as to place the Liberals tbe-mercy-of the Nationalists, An estimate was nlade after a ful calcuUtlon by * wtli In Unionist, based on.Saturday's and gives the 1 Liberals and a clear majority of 90 or 100 /over parties, which would provide the oral government with a food work majority. Many of the Unionists,, how- over, are less despondent They do i*W believe that the Liberal! will faith- the election with to good a faetM an this. r Small Show For Unionist* At present, to aum up, notblMI cn'ild be predicted with absolute' c* talnty, but only, a very great lacreta* In the Unionist gains over BaturtarV Tflfiults, when they gained only. number of seats they,had* wlir give .them vlntory., if TO JOIN Resolution* ON MEAT Clrculatod Before daring; emph*tltt*1iy .again* ; «ot*r» men t by. the p#*r»!*iMl^ beer. r " north is overwhtlttlftfly with «»." John Burns, pr*tld**t 6«,tli» "^vernment^bjMtrf^'fiiildr; V'.' ·· ',.'.'' . "All thjhge'considtrod In tl» between those who nave too wwefc a«4 ; Cleveland, 0., Jan. 17.-- Resolutions pledging the slRhers to 'abstain fr n ni entlng meat for r at: least thirty rf°.yn wore set In circulation among wrrk- ingmen in large shops here and will reach · 50,000 men; The movement has tho baclflng of a -number of membern of the'.Superlntcndents' and Foremen's club and; the hope is to bring down ex' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' Pa.." e jin AboUt Philadelphia. Jan. 17. Inaanlty by constant loss of about f400. from him about four weeks;', quale De Allssio, of Beth owner of a number of houi York road, it.is said, ^ashed^ streets of. Beth 'AxreB^.^itB'j'^ ._,. one hand and- an open;"iknir0^rn,''the , other. He was caught by^P()lJc«(man .Smith, of the state c6h8tn^itjtt^;;«!;. x , It Is said that, follovjng;jthf Joss jot his money, De Allaalo boc*me,^rbrrled and was unable to sleep. AHhoiwh the tli'ef was captured and the^tiey returned to him. De Alisslo. plainly show- M ih'iit hla Wilnd was ftffeeted^'' J ^- »·- ·* ;^" For'a few wbii adayj we wl| guarnntee 6,ur. ineomo, should you be sick or di?abled A«k ***v man who baa · " ' . · ', · ' .".; ·" '.' · · ' · ' - ' : / , . ; · · «. v ,, ~ ·_ ; ',, ' ' " · ,, · , · ' ' ' - , . * » ' · * , -V · " , · · .'" · nce, how it feels, to lie l^lpli-saort; one's !;. is all going "put; and in. !'*;· MINERS WANTMORE MONEY Will Ask For , apolls, ItiJsia. it^Ten per /.cent, "increase In .'wages for tn,e/|bl^u- ' ininous n^lherf. pf . North Attef lc»y, will probably be the demaa4 v formulated In 't he : ' annual 'conyentlbn of "««; a Unttip4 . Mln'e ;wirjc*»re of Ametipa*; ^icV'will' opou in Indianapolis iomtiija$J-^ : .C, . The contracts between, the bitumin^ 6ns miners and the operators ;of this followlns states explrc^bn ^liircn^ 31: 'Central 'and western '^ Pcfinsl*inja, West. Virginia, Ohio, ;indiaaaV;Mlcl ? ganV Illinois, Kentucky; ' ·'ICahsas,, : ;V Arkansas^- ^ : Texns; Contracts In TennefttNW. orolnK, Montana, Colorado^ utift, Ington .also will expire thl» all of these states a -.inlform , . . . . . , . . _ At ;* meeUnnr of the club ten ' Intendentijnnd foremen . promised' '-to circulate ;the ; petition In their; shops, h»! .wjch'Vpf -which over 1000 workmen : :ire:;emplpVod. A petliion^clfcalated In ojnie ; ;«(hbp. roceivcd 460 "signatures. ; ESCAPE PIXT Jait ; _ B r e a j t .Frustrated by Quarrel ; j"';'':'.' V- ' '·.Aiti6nfl"'the"prltohiirii '·" 1 '.;;; Geprgetown; Del., Jan. 17. : -^- in a , wrangle over a plot to escape from the "county Jaii,;Ichn Adams was ^beati · by other prisoners. TIB.plot:'wms fraa- trated in' the nght;;.- ' : ;',r';'.; "'.-; : .'v';.:^'l' · Adams and stevoral other prisoners. In talking over which one should' take the most dangerous part of tho, prc? gram, began a ffgbt.' Tbe iihierl(r*wa8 attracted,.' and with ;h!st deputies entered the Jail ,wlttj: ,; drawn ' revolvers and returned the prisoners to new, .cells/'- ·:;-: :^/':;,'Wv ':'--"·, : ' ; . - : ' " Wow pime Hla Wedding Fee; ulfaro, N, T; Jan: 17,-- L. P. Whit*,? oVtiui p^a'ce at Ceres, Alle4: gheny ( :cotjritf, used up an elght«ept 'fancy »cir"*«d .wedding certlflcate, /a few mills.'-Tdrth of Ink and spent he^nt of money tn'tlme In marrying a coiiple, Then th*- bridegroom gave him * 'dime. saying It was all he bad. The silver piece* fa worn,; quite smooth, and the Instlce Is ^on-led about tts worth. ^ '· · ·" lurglart Ua« Carbolic Acid, ... ' ' ' ' those who have too Jlttlev M«ult8t;»r^ v etcfj^a^|r ; -a'»^f v _, d5h has done', muctl Mtter than I pected. In my;· judfja*ut It supremely wdl. To Jrte Uie i h»ve been lost would **v* roqalrti m^st superhuman' eftorU." /· That Andrew C*r«f1* haa co«tt* uted socrotly. over 11,000,000 000) to the cause of th* Ubeml for the- purpose!-: of "flfhttng. a' ( live tariff for Great »r»uin to : OM _ s terest of the Americaa ateel tru*t to the story freely clrcqlated »y '«**,- British Protectioalai party to mppaft its contention that ill* free tr*d«« *·* really the tools of : commercial-rlTjaj*:?;/^-''''.""-- ; ':'", ; ; . Ixrd Cl*ude H*rii)tetk) at*adiftg the Kensington .divlciom **. · ventured to publtc^p ^****rt th»t free trade opponaat Captain MacB- ·:''!. valne, a retired iuvaloftcer. wia» i ing his ca«p*Ji» : JBawiotd Vr' American mnltl-aUftiMjaire; wfto qulted British hocpftatffy ky hlB ·highly- protect*i ite« prodwti : "| upon.our-shore*.". : ',r,*.! .';"""·· .'..·.·· »f".·" ' '${ } : In response. C«pt*inMacnvaineitlt.' matixed Lord Hailllto*'* statement is being absolutely wrtrue. wberenpOn ^ -his rival replied th* tie charge hive been Uken ·· **nter. -la apdii ';* of this the story oa*fc«« mmtlndM- triously. di»semln*tW, Iw4 It b*s *V t*ned many l»lWt*t* · · - · ' r- ' BAREFOOT HIKER WINS t. Farm«r Walk* Fo«rr MIM»« 0«*r Ftmt* 'mercury , Wat 4 ''- arwm* ... pon of the despeimte burglar f» car- icW. Two in^n;,were halted In an uptown apartment; where they had tio business; threw carbo'lc acid ra the f«c« of :»be vlgHant hallbby, and cm- cirp«1. ; "The -boy is *ad!y barnod «JK) ' ' ' ' ' ' foui^lnch snow,.H«r|i*|i KW. m farmer, to win barefoot from hfa'ho*»« to the, of Depaow 1 . a^ilstaiioe of (our' Three friends ot Mil 4*r«l majke' the chniy ov«rl**4 adventurer readily In"less than sn ' .destination an* any ill effects froa*l^|tan«M ·; Schooner Crescent ber laden' San «K|i All aftort INEWSPA'FER; SPAPERf

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