The News from Frederick, Maryland on December 28, 1931 · Page 3
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December 28, 1931

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 3

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I- THE DAILY HEWS, FREDERICK. MT5 WTO1? SSCt!ME*T. ?? _*_!. THKEV MICKEN THIEVES IT BY POLICE ·s. Krantz, Seeing Light In Hennery, Notifies Police. Femininities 0 NEGROES ARE HELD r ,, quickly to a smamons by ·s. Hersry Kraatz, West Fourth street, ended, who saur -astch flare in her ccery. c::y po^ce sabbed tvo ehick- ihieves in tse act Saturday night out S o'cloci. The mes. C-jrtis JPo^ell d Moses Molten, both colored, were to »ail arsd held on charges of acd entenng and Greeny. lljs. Kraatz iras upstairs "x'sez ch« ied froin a TiadoTf and noticed the Sare up ja the chic^ea house. ag suspicious, she isamediaiely led Police Headmaarters. Chief of lice Wil^am F. Ste^ier. Constable arles W. Smith. OScers Bdgar Cruaa. arge Leyiaan and Fernando Ta^iert. Mediately left for the scene, rae officers found Molten and Po-««U the rear of the house. ere the former hvei. He worked for Kranu: faauly. Questioned first by s chief as to u-ho Ut the ntatch m ; hennery. Po-srell sa:d he c:dn't and it if any chickens were takers. Mose ist have been tne thief. Opon this orroatlon the chief told Officers Tal- acd Crurn, ·a-ho were with has. to Id Molton- tn the meantime. Constable Smith ,, Officer Layman arrived and Powell is taScen into the shack. Molton. qaes- » by the o3:cejs. also disclaimed any of the theft but, during the ,,._ ^ kicked a bag under the d. A squawk was heard and tie bag. jughs to light, revealed sis dead lode Island Red chickens and one ar!y deed. The latter rev:ved when sen in» the air. Molton then =on- sed that he went into the chicken use. smothered the chickens and well held the bag into which they ! re placed. Edge Goes To Font-Komen Paris. Dec. 27.--United States Am- ssador Edge and h^ family left yes- xlay for Font-Romeu to spend TSi ar-s. TUE- YOUN5, YOUN6I-Q CWRlSTMAS* 8EL Model" Soldier TUCKS O P4*,'ZL. BUSTLE 6CM AT TnS : UNFAIRNESS CHARGED TO NYE COMMITTEE BY GANNON Bishop Discusses Affairs Following 1928 Campaign. Washington. Dec. Z7---BisJsop Jataes ' Cannon, Jr today charged Jtr.e N e ! campaign funds investigating eonamt- · we wito unfairness and failure to make · a thorough invesigarxin of vinere the . money be coUec«d for the ana-Smith j campaign iii 1928 -ar_5 spent · Tse Southern Methodist churchman under indictment here on charge* of vio^tir^ the Federal corrupt practices act. d a lengthy statement dcn.vd Nye committee allegations that money attributed to the campa^n :_a;i been misused and that proper reports t- tr-e clerk of the House had been irfthrs;? -i , "While it is not proper to cst--r i .r.to speckle details pending the cou-t j proceedings," said the Bishop. %?*. the following geoeral s'aiemtats are ui order." rie then touched «i live pouite In ihe report. These were the committee assert.ons ttat ' th rx -Ras ao »eparate- ly organized Virginia comm.ttee of the ant.-Ssntth Demxrats, that contnbu- t-c-ns by E C Jamescn. New York Kr- pubLcaa.' »cre being s-lic.ted for ger- icral use throughout the South -;ha: ·re total Atnount of funds contributed to the cosi3i::tee exceeded $130000. t.lit a '..irse part rf the fun^s con- .-ii ·.-^' SS?3CH.' cf t!.e i -..tr.OJ'nns . (.s*- *v~c \i to the crcc.t .J t^e K*i- A Mm. Culbertwm Return* to Front. N.-» York. Dec 27 -- Mr*. Ely Cul-"^n tti.! return to th* contract idge war tomorrow night with her oauas side 17.090 points ahead of .sr-f. S Lenr and OsvoJd Jacoby In ntrast to 110 points when *he «lth- * Jroai the match December 15 to ake preparations for Christmas. Sre too£ part in 48 rubbers ace until ^e p i\ -7 more in accordance with f s ..revest that she ecgase 13 at i: 7j o- half of the match. Theocore L ?Vr..r c::e oi the aces of the Cul- j.i ;· ;:e2i \\_Z be on the I Green--Pin* Brown. .velvet wrap, gloves, shoes Mid 1 Brown accessories are smart with a a bag In a toft, rich shade of brown green evening gown. Select your! and you'll be exceptionally chic. FUe Bankruptcy Pits M rs. P J-'lJers und l-:s \\ ic J»' JeSfr* cf Kr.ovUIe, i-.-o W..J *l"- -v.-:c\. Sbernio^ P Bo\e-». lXi% Rheumatism Neuritis--Lumbago \r-.hcrol TablrU «UI banish jonr piin* ht« ouxir. Grt a box ml Tl»e S«n»c* Drat Stores. COLDS Must Be Driven Out From Within Bromo Quinine is the krtoicn dependable retnedv for colds. It ci. stroys the mfection and expels all traces of it quickly from the sj s- trm ___ proved sale and efiectii e for two generations, and successfully used by untold millions all over the avitized world. Why waste time on temporary relief treatments when all you nrH is a few tablets of -B L A X A T I v r H O M O Q U I N I N E Prof. R. W. Pond World's Greatest Psychic I (vmat^c ta c*U full and Uli ?OQ 'h* ztaatv to «f ?OOI jt- : ir im 1 el M\ pe«rr «« Iril I 3^*1 mSoat antoBV *r aBJ t^MOS .. s ley 5 IT*' » \TOH i ski/' \'* % Good Evening toe to* THU SISHATURE : Si.*. ^.*v:c*. » 1-1 rets s^it I »iU tnske no .harjr (3:^^ \»s mrr perfrcilT »ati*^rJ ^»u io fc« thr jatfcr 1C in tremble o( *ny 1 -d d'xontmird. uabappv or fciif .t=n^ i.c troMr*. von « U Ew t«14 Loir to «\f-fomt Itrni. If ^^a arr ·vfp^-i-rd f*ai Ibr «ne *eo l»r*. *r * ^r** isd dc!.p«nrffnl. »re t=r ituv \ - r » tla» C»rr^tii4jBS confltfcnl'll I l*-.ch *-*2*rvwTi"CT, personal mx;nr- · -i~i and i!c«e'tip wrak mcd.oni* I - I ard Irara wt = t nor^crfo! jctfls · o j 1=5* ;»«*»*,, ^»T^· this mdrrrli^c- t t i w r fr-'dre rc'rrrnrc **prcial *fv fee Iii* ««-ck to auxouc br,r-£.ut Lh » atixcrtisemrnt. Prof. R. W. Pond E^oci "l*. Sr'osd M rcir. I! urs J i noon to i p m. Did the Mrs. is Say . . . · Don't Forget · To Order i BISER'S CLEAN COAL PHONE 267 ties of the Congressional session, with opponents branding direct aid as nothing less than a cole ! Unemployment Aid Bffl Today. I Washington. Dec. 27--Forewarned of ! ancomproaiisisg W-te House opposi- ( i HOE. a Senate ccnun.ttee tomorrow ·anil j PetermTied young Robert M LaPol- | beg--n considerat-on of direct feaeral j lette, mdepenoent. Republican senator ' appropriation for uzseasployicens retef. I from W-S-onsm, triil lead the manu- i " About, this question is" expected to be ! fac'.urers' coaiouttee's hearings on the i Traged one of the most spectacular bat- j proposed legislation. In real life he's John P. Daltcn, reed cider merchant o: Walpole. Mass id one-tjue £gn:eT under Genera. ister in the Indian wars. But pamt- s of Biblical saajecto depict him as hn the Ba_t-st, Simeon, and even e thief of the foot of the Cross Dal- n has been a famous model for rears r ake - . . Greenawalt's Dandelion Liver Disks for Yonr Liver's Sake 25c COMP. SYEUP OP MULLEIN For Coaghs and Colds 25c «»* 50c The Officers and Directors of the Commercial Bank extend to its patrons, friends and the public, greetings for a happy holiday season and the wish that the New Year may be a radiant and prosperous one for all. At Tonr Drn^£ist"s or Dealer's A Ml RZ« consols, eorfy Enghih design, matched buff wo'nul panels and imported bcxwocd inTays- Beautiful wc^xj carvings en the bottom rciL The. new spray-thield tubes fan ve Mciestic feature) giv» 3ny»cd tone and excellent xe'ec- '. T*-n power detection ...Grc-J cpers specker... Pentode power hi ... FiM rcr^e to*ie control... Static m? fisr ord nS-nirates d al. Tnj'y, a fino i c! en cmaz.rgiy low prcc. STORM Phone 266 Y A Busy Corner Let Us Help You make your dollars go further and give more satisfaction. DYEING LADIES' DRESSES AND COATS MEM'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS $2.50 up $3.00 CLEANING AND PEE?SING Ladies' Plain Dresses and Plain Coats. Men's Suits and Overcoats, QUAKER CITY mtUtHKK'S OLDEST, B1GGESI AND BEST CLEANERS AND DYERS mmmmmmmmmmamcmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm^.mmmi GoingOutWSl Oar Entire Stock of Foreseeing a period of severe readjustment we are taking the bull by its horns and offering onr entire used car stock at prices heretofore unheard of. Yon don't have to wait for low prices . . they're here now . . waiting for you I Frederick Motor Co. USER CAB DEPT.--East B. 0. Ave. 117 West Patrick St. . Phone 1092 T ! Start Saving New Year's Day arid by the time another Xew Year rolls around von will have a comfortable sum put aside against the emergencies of the future. This is the right bank to put your savings in. Sound as the government, and pays you 3} ^ per cent, interest every six months. Farmers Mechanics National Bank Frederick. Maryland The Sank of Personal Service" Don't Force the State to rom the ways because of your failure to meet the conditions of the new Maryland Financial Responsibility Law, EFFECTIVE- FEIDAY. Net everyone lias a legal mind yet we are aU supposed to know the LAW, especially as it applies to motoring--at least we discover that "ignorance is no excuse" the moment we bump into trouble, or trouble bumps into r=. Circumstances can involve any of us in an automobile accident, ihe careful driver rides the same highways as the careless driver. YESTERDAY YOU WERE LUCKY ,WHAT OF TODAY? TOMORROW? The State puts it up to you to prove your financial responsibility when you are at fault in an accident. Without insurance you have at stake your DRIVING PRIVILEGE, CASH, BONDS, STOCKS, BUSINESS OR HOME. If able to pay a judgment of $11,000. in cash within 30 days, why accept the hazard of impairing your resources at this time; if net financially responsible to this extent, why take the chance of losing your right to own or operate a car? Insure today, tomorrow may be too late. An Aetna Automobile Policy Costs So Little In Comparison To What It May Save You if you are involved in an unfortunate accident. ./Etna offers sound insurance protection with Coast-to-Ccast service through 25 : OCO .Stna Agents. May we quote you the rate to "-SStna-ize" your car? The Strongest Multiple Line Insurance Organization In The World AETNA LIFE INSURANCE CO. (Accident and Liability Dept.)--AETNA CASUALTY SURETY CO.--AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE CO.--HARTFOSD, CONN. POTTS GRIFF 7 Court St., Frederick, McL LOCAL AETNA-IZERS IN THIS COMMUNITY IN PAST 20 YEARS

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