The Frederick Post from Frederick, Maryland on April 4, 1913 · Page 8
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FB1»A¥, AFaUL BUS! BRUNSWICK AND VICINITY She ottn'ng flast Bovte live ·8R- USW. P. O. BOK D. Brunswick derirtec to mtMfcrft* or wishing infora*- tiaa about adr«rtising rates ar» requested to consult Mr. Fogle. He alao has charge of the news department for Brunswick, and will be pleased to receive items of general interest about the. town for publication, provided the writer signs his or her name. Terms of Subscription: P»e Tear. J3.00; one month, 25 cents. LIST OF PUPILS MO HAVE PERFECT ATTENDANCE Brunswick, Md. Perfect attendance marks for the month of March have been awarded the following pupils: Sixth Grade--Lillian Cooper, Amanda Earle. Station Evans. Mary Gideon, Christine Jones, Mary Leach. Edna Ogrfen. Sadie Reed, May Rice, Mamie Smith, Elsie Schuauffer. John Bittle, John Earle,'George Earle, Earl Haller. Briscoe Karn, Ellsworth McBride, Harry Ogdea. Ernest Pearrell, Daryl Winger. Edward Sigafoose. Seventh Grade--Helen Crum. Mildred Fahraey. Louise Gross, Bessie Sigafoose. Virginia Smith. Edgar Forney. Clarence Foster, Maurice Kaet- cel, Rose Werking. Room No. 2--Edna Earle. Georgia Hood, Lavinia. Hood. Mary Kaetzel, Far Sale Cheap--1 Oak Bedroom Suit and several Wash Scan-Is. Mrs. M. B. N'iereaberg. Brunswick, Md. A NEW STORE Opened ia the Room Formerly Occupied by G- D. Ot!en Js a Meat Shop- " I W : H Cirry n Full and Complete Lice at Bra Lloyd. Nellie Mehrling. Altie McDonald. Beatrice Smith, Helen Hammond. Cerelia Mills, Esther Sigafoose. Hazel Wayble, Edith Wenner, Lee Horine. Tenth Grade--Mildred Karn. Edgar Shelton. Apaloaa Fahrney. Paul Garrott, Xora Grabill. Grove Horine, Lewis Hgihtman. Clarence Kaetzel, Lewis Beck. Eleventh Grade--George Grubb. Orlando Burckholder. Marie Smith, Mary Leehan, Anna Thomas. Edna Karn. Agnes Barker, Katie Eagle, Mary MITE SOCIETY MEETS. 1'lau Entertainment To lit- Held At Whitsuntide. Bruusvick. Md. Tli^ Vit«- Society of the Bethany Lutheran church met st the home of Mrs. Oscar M FogSe last evening. »? of t:i- nu-:ubL*rs se«-m 10 be los- inu-rrst iu ibis society, as there v.«-r^ only live present: Th" K«-v. C. \V. Hrss w.ts made president pro. tern, for the eifiling as llu' prts'iieiu was absent. It was deci'S''*! ;o hold an fntertiic- ment at \v}i:i--uniide v. hen ihe pyra- mide which were distributed sometime ago will be collected. This entertainment is to consist of both a literary and social side. A ccmmiuee consisting of Mrs. E. L, McBride, Mrs. Lesllie George, Mrs. Sadie Mehr'ing. Mrs. Thomas Hogan and Mrs. W. E- Evans was appointed by the president pro lem .to have charge of this entertainment. The remainder of the evening was devoted to refreshments and music. PERSONAL AfiD SOCIAL NEWS Miss Beulah Grimm spent yesterday ia Baltimore. Mrs. E. M. \VoIfersberger. who has been several days with Mrs B. F. Norr^s. returned to her home a.t Kr-rp Tryst yesterca. Mrs A B Hedges spea: yest Harpers F Q rry. l"rs 3 3. B -ck. READ, ROLLS iSD PIES);^ E. D. BiGE, March 22. A feature was the Silver Medal Contest The contestant* were six young ladies. The medal was won by the fifth speaker. Miss Edna Waters; Miss Vanessa Triplett, of Brunswick, also recited a very interesting recitation. Music was furnished, both vocal and instrumental. Lunches, coffee, cocoa and confectioneries were for sale. The Rev. Mr. Rogers, of Harper's Ferry, delivered an appropriate address. Five new members were received. BOY OF 13 ARRESTED FOR ROBBERY OF DISTILLERY Brunswick, Md. Augustus Kruvg(r, aged 13 years, a weli-dri-ssed aud bright youth, was placed iu jail at Hagt-rstowii yesterd- »!ay afternoon by Coastable Lew Harris, of Weverton. on the charge of robbing his emp'oyer, Joseph Savage, proprietor of the Savage Distillery, of $S5. The boy was lodged in jail for hearing before Justice Youngksns it Weverton. Knregc-r, ah bough a mere child, has lad many experiences. Running away 'rom home, he rode on the trucks under a freight train all the way from Chicago to Baltimore during a cold spell and seemed none the worst for his ride. After staying in Baltimore Isome time, he caught a freight and getting off at Weverton applied for a position at the distillery. Being of a good appearance he was given a position, but soon after the money was missed and suspicion at once fell on Krueger. SILT J7,OW,IOO ADDED TO II LAST HALF CEITORT (Continued from Pag* One.) central revision board that should make adjustments tor the State. In very few States are mortgages and confessed Judgments taxed. Frederick is the only county in Maryland that taxes mortgages and confessed judgments. In Washington county no tax is levied on these and this has a tendency to draw the money from this county. For if a resident of this county knows that be will be charged a tax on the mortgages that he holds it is reasonable that he will take mortgages in Washington county rather than in bis own. Mortgages are taxed in but three counties--Frederick, Carroll and Montgomery. The speakers agreed that every' HARPER'S FERRY NEWS. iKflae. BHC53WICK. IS.' ^^^ *-* E. J H-I'-SOC. of ir-:-Ier:ek. isi"-- I A2.WTS STOP AT THE BUSKINSHAi WHEN IN BHUNSW1CK] j RECTRIC STEAM SANITARY LIGHT HEAT PLUMBING THE H03TE FOR TRAVELING MEN. Lobby and Sample ttooia Front. THE BITK1NCHAM H V S THE BEST BARBEKS. TRY THEM. SENT) YOVR FRIENDS, COME YOURSELF. Briet Bio?., Vive U;.r «-a-t Y. M. C. \. MMJRICE L BUCKISGHl, Prop. ':-- .iTM: Ilrs Henry K- ras are £; r . i ' r z 5C~ r - i'"zif in WI,;-= Post. Vi. Mr Harry Lerch. formerly of Bur- 1 k::-s-. 1U-- Mt!. son of Mr. George Ler-_h. of Knox^ i!!e, has rented a farm near B-.-'.i's Mill ani took possession April 1. He sas he is going to make sis nr-ighbors hustle to keep up with his modern ideas of farming. Contest For Medal. Brunswick. -.Id. Tfce members of the W. C. T. V~ 1 --'(J an entertainment at Waters S^Uooi House. Loudoun county, Va.. near -.V Ferry, on Saturday evt- HOLTFORT'S Confectionery and Soda Fountain. All Kinds cf Candies, Cigars. Cigarettes AND A FULL LIME OF SHEET MUS'iG. ALL THE POPULAR SONGS. Orders Taken and DeHvarsd to AH Parts «t fee City. ....PHONE 119.... Hershbergers ice Cream. Harper's Ferry. \V. Va., April 4.-Mr. and Mrs. Fred. Kerns, of Caaip Hill, spent Monday in Charlestown \isiting at the home of Mr. James F"ritts. Mrs- Charles Karn. of Brunswick. Md., spent Monday \ery pleasantly at the home of her aunt. Mrs. Pouerfield. on Camp Hill. Mr. William McCauIey. of Brooklyn. N, T., is spending some time wth her brother. Mr. Karl Grubb. of Bolivar. a.r.d othfr relatives in Loudoun county. Miss Maud BurbarTs and her friend, j of vV.ish.agtcn. D. C.. spent a week at* t'immer co:tag" on Camp Hill. ?- ; r. WUliani Smith a:sd wife, of Lo- rts.i".!-"'. Va.. sr-'i:t s«»-.eral days at f home of Mrs. Smith's father, on Camp Hilt. Mrs. Yv'ilaer Benjamin, of Cumberland, spent several cays with relatives Mrs. R. Y. Nicholson and Miss Ida v-mzoH. of Camp Hii!. spent Thursday iats In Fred-ri' k. Md. Mrs. Moore and children, of Bruns- v-'ifk. spent a week in Halltown visiT- ins relatives. Mr. Joe Raffles and little son. of Fhiladt 'cliia, are \isiting his sister. Mrs A. Kaplon. 0:1 Camp Hill Mrs. George Gain spent several days at JIT hom^ in Brunswick. Md. Mrs. Thomas V.Vbb and little daughter sp--:it a \\»t;k in Martinsbarg visiting r-'L-iri-..-?. .M-ss Nelli" Casstll. of Camp Hill, has r-'turned horn^ after seieral we'ks' =::;y in B?i'imore. Mr. Ros.-rs. of Baisimore. spent Sanna w i t h his fath-r. -be Rev. Mr. Ro- c»T5. at th- M. E parsonage, on Camp t HHi. ?»?;ss Anni*» Nicholas, of county should be put on an equal basis of taxation so as to give all a fair reckoning. If one county taxes mortgages the others should have the same tax. Land in Frederick county is far more valuable than iu Garreu county, and surely it would not be f::ir to tax that county without considering the differences in the value of the land. Says Colleges Should Be Taxed. The question of taxing schools, churches and colleges was brought up. David Lowenstein said that of the first two he was willing that they should be exempt, but as to colleges which only the sons of the rich could attend, he believed it was right that they be taxed as they were not beneficial to the majority of the residents of the state. Never was the fact so plainly shown that there is very little uniformity ia the tax system of this State as it was yesterday afternoon. Every defect was brought out but very few suggestions as to how conditions should be remedied were brought forward. The speakers frankly said that they knew that the work of the commission was a tremendous undertaking and one that would require a sreat deal of sifting and careful selection until a practical system could be made. They agreed that in theory several plans wouid work, but when applied were found deficient- City Residents Overtaxed. The fact that the residents of a city are compelled to pay a city, county and state tax, while the property owner in. the county is only compelled to pay a county and state tax was brought out and declared to be an injustice. After each speaker had completed his suggestions and given his opinions as to the unfairness and inequality of the present tax system the commission put various questions to them and as for any methods they could ;uggest. The only idea, and plan suggested was that tae State board of as- .essors be appointed, which would be an authority on the matter. Xo details to this plan were worked oat but was I visit"'! her brother. Mr. Dan Nicholas. ! iast v.. «k. Mrs. Murray, of Woodstock. Va- is isitiag her sister, Mrs. U^orge Fos- ·s~u. on Camp Hill. Business Directory of Frederick SLATE ROOFIXG. John If. Hartman. STO East Third Street. Frederict, Md. FLOUT.. FEED, HAT, Etc. Charle- F. Knock. 71 South Market S.reet. Phone S7K - EXCHANGE. Frederick Coanty Farmer's Exchange. Carroll Street Phone 214 FAEST1X6 A5» PAPER H156ESG. Sonren I* Welty. 550 East Ch rch Street Phone 3£. Frederick, Md. LITERTMEX. Doll. Middle Aller. Phone 207 A Green. tS Ud (7 S. Market St. Phone 105 CTTDERTAKERS. M. L. EtekisoB. 10-12 South Market Street Pbone. a$S. House Photic, 425 PAISTI5G. Henry R. Lampe. 7 East Fifth Street. Phone 445K EXCAYATTTG A5D HAULIXG. JOBS T. Best. Xear Frederick, Md. Phone 29SK J. A. Jaoiison. Phone 317K. 240 W. Patrick St. EYE, EAR, 50SE A5B THROAT. Dr. James A. Long. 109 Xonh Market Street Phone 2TW HORSESHOEDrg ANI BLACKSMITHING. B. Engeae flits. 117 South Beotz Street John L. Retfeeihoefer. Yellow Springs Sta^ Frederick R. R. Lwnfcer aad Sawe4 W««d for Sale. 'Phone 830 -- 4 rings. Burma. CL L. Baklag Carroll Street. Pbone 211 P«rt Crteg Gem Dfnrpijr Booms. L. E. Smnkle, Prop. 2S-31 S. Market St. Frederick, ildi LEATHER AD SHOE FI5DI5GS. Henry A. Hahn. 110 Hast Patrick Street. Phone ISt PLOTBI5G AND STEAM FITTI5G. E. S. Xobley Bro. 100 West Patrick Street Phone 125- ". J. Wilson Son. 28 East Patrick Street Phone 20: CLEAMXG AT PRESSDTG. Edward X. Dyer. 10 Market Space. Phone 159H FLORISTS. D»TM Grr,ff. 701 North Market Street .Phone Charles Hermann It SOB. 110-116 W. South Street ..Phone 2» « LUMBER AXD MILL WORK. W. D. Bowers Lumber C*. 231 East Patrick Street Pnoa« » Wlkoion 4fc Brew*. W. S«cond and Beats SU. Pkoa« 1M y put forward in the nucleus. ru-a-t-ii Yifh Beetles:. The commission seemed to be very much pler.serl with the result of the meeting, nhich they said was one of the best attended and most thorough discussions they have had. They did not commir themselves as to the recommendations that they woald make to the n°\t Legislature. Connn f -n;:nc or. the chaotic condition e:~ the Slate tax system. Secretary Gird^oo-i said it v-as a joke. In Wiccmito. Somerset and Worcester ccuniic-s fer-'.cn corporation bonds, held by home people, are not taxed. be said. This enables some of the wealthiest men in the State to escape a larg--- part of taxation he explained. SOUTH amus KB DEKKMTiniHaiV Delmar, Md., April 4.--William L. Marbury stood on the border line between Maryland and Delaware last night and addressed a street meeting composed of railroad men and farmers. At Mordello Springs in the morning he said: "Senator Smith depends on the organization to keep him in the Senate next time. He is afraid of those fellows in Baltimore. That machine does n«t care for the Democratic party. It has in the past and is now us- giu the evil forces of society to control the State. You know what hap- peued when four certain Senators opposed Cleveland on the tariff. The party was wrecked and its destruction lasted until V.'oodrow Wilson carried it to victory last year. Now, do you want to elect a man like Smith to the Senate--a man who is in conflict with the policies of this Administration; a man who voted with Aldrich against his party's dictates and stands ready to align himself with the special interests again? "History will repeat itself if Mr. Wilson is to be opposed by these high- tariff politicians. He has always fought government by machine, and in my humble way I have done likewise in this State for the last 30 years. It is for you Eastern Shore voters to read the handwriting of progressivism everywhere evident and vote to uphold Wilson in his fight for clean government." After lunch the party resumed its trip to Hebron, arriving there at 2.30 o'clock. There again, Mr. Marbury took the voters into his confidence and answered their questions regarding his stand on various issues with alacrity. "Senator Smith points with pride to the fact that he has obtained some postoffices and buildings for the Siate," said Mr. Marbury. "bat you could have paid any lobbyist to perform the same service. He says- he voted with the protectionists on the tariff to preserve Southern industries. Those Southern industries he protected are controlled by Northern capitalists. You know what his record is regarding the Corrupt Practices act. the Employers' Liability act and other progressive measures now in force in this State. He plunged the whole power of his opposition against their rnacimeat into law. "He opposed Blair Lee in the Gubernatorial " primaries, lined up with 'Joiiany' Mahan's city machine, and the consequence was the election of a Republican Governor. "Are you Eastern Shore Democrats going to send him to the Seriate when you know he is opposed to the principles of the party standard bearer? I am going to canvass every section of this State to prevent Maryland being made an example before the country and being classified as a plutocracy in re-electing John Waiter Smith. This is a fight of the people against moneyed interests and corrupt politics, and in this figiit I am with the people." Wanted No Amateur*. "Do you know," said Edith, "that young farmer tried to kiss me. He told me that he had never kisaed any girl before." "What did Flora. "V."sy." you tell him?", asked BELT SENTENCED TO S TEAKS. Foand Guilty of Saaslanglster--KQI- ed Jesse Erely. A verdict of manslaughter was rendered in the circuit court at Rock- vsiie yesterday by the jury in the case of Walter E. Belt, a Laytonsviiie district farmer, v.-ho was charged «-ith the murder on January 30, of Jesse J. ETely. a farsn laborer, at the home of Robert Dorsey, near Unity, this county. Beit was sentenced by Judge Worthington to eight years ia the Maryland Penitentiary. The case was given to the jury at 7 o'clock Wednesdav evening and an Edith, -I told Mm agreement was not reaclled cntil s . 30 i ~:*b no agricultural experiment sta-! f , ,_ , - ~ . ;_; ou ·· Harper's Bazar j o clock yesterday morning. On the ' j first ballot and throughout the night Wo-'ld Be Awful \siz. favored acquittal and the others ··Hiar doctor charged ine $50." com-| were ·^t'ed ** to tne degree of guilt, plained the iriserly millionaire, "and man=aaghter being finally agreed up- tht.-ri gare H om of that. I was sligat- "What of itr* "I c%Hildn"t afford a. doctor at all if 1 was to get sick." It All Depends. "I was surprised to see that those e^rraef-ues had a. bard tiiae making ten miles a day on the hike from New York ;o Alaay." "Why?" "A uoisan easily makes thirty right here ia the shopping district." Father's Position. "Why don't you want me to marry jour daughter?" "You bare no money." "But I have brains." "Maybe so. but you don't prove it by wanting to get man." married, young on as a compromise. Before sentence was passed counsel for the defendant made a motion for a new trial, but the motion was overruled. In passing sentence Jude Worthington said to Belt that his unfortun- a*e position was due to excessive indulgence in intoxicating; liquor, the defendant nodding his head in approval. Beit is 62 years old and an- married. Aftermath. "Now. Archie," said his teacher, who was trying to teach him the alphabet, "what comes after T?" "Prayers, ma'am." replied the yoang hopeful, whose father was a minister. --Florida Times-Union. 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