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TOWBON, Md. Saturday, - - April 3,1909. LONGNECKER BROS., Editors and Proprietors. 91.80 per annum—in advance. Pottage pre paid. So subscription taken for left than six months. Z3TC. * T. PHONE-TOWS OH The great bridge across the East river at New York was thrown open to travel on Tues day. It contains four trolley tracks, two ele vated railroad tracks, two floors, a roadway 53 feet wide and two foot walks, each 13 feet wide. The cost of the structure and its approaches was $20,000,000 and was built by the Pennsyl vania Steel Company. Another young clerk in the Baltimore City Hall has gone wrong. His name is Wm. F. F. Downs and he is charged with embezzling many thousands of dollars. He was a patron of wrestling matches and was also something of a horse sport. Of course his salary was not enough to keep up these things and he bad to get money by other means. Just the same old story. The Republican lawyers of Baltimore city are forming an organization to put up a strong fight against the suffrage amendment that is to be voted on in Maryland this year. Among those already active in the movement are Messrs. John C. Rose, Morris A. Soper, Rufus W. Applegarth, A. J. Binswanger, Harry N. Abercrombie, Benjamin F. Stone, J. Frank Supplee, Jr., Enoch Harlan, Harry W. Nice, James McEvoy, Jr. and Wm. F. Bansemer. * At Danville, 111., Judge Wright, of the Federal Court, refused naturalization papers to William Strong, of the United Mine Work era, because of an answer to the judge’s ques tion. When asked which he would follow if it' came to a point where the rules of the union and the laws of the nation differed, Strong an swered at once: “The union, of course.” Judge Wright then remarked that he could never grant the right of citizenship to one who held to such views. An inventob named George S. Cove, of Bos ton, claims to have solved the problem of storing up the stm’s rays and converting them into electricity. He is demonstrating his ap paratus by lighting his home and shop by a simple apparatus on the roof. No wires or connections of any sort enter his bouse, and yet the incandescent lights burn brightly day and night. He says the apparatus can be made for SIOO, and if encased in glass will last ten years without repairs or attention. In his Carnegie Hall (New York) address Senator La Follette said that corporate power, allied with political organization, has become enthroned in American politics, so that it is no longer a government by the people, but by special interests.and that the direct nomination of all candidates by the people is the first and most fundamental step in the solution of the problem. Under our form of government he said that the entire structure rested upon the nomination of candidates for office. When asked if by “popular vote” he meant votes for women, he said he did. Mr. John T. Morris, one of the best known men in Baltimore and a member of the well known law firm of Hinkley & Morris, died at his home in the city last Sunday. He was born in Baltimore in June, 1827, and was ad mitted to the bar in 1848. For forty-one years he was a member of the School Board and was its president twenty-seven years, or until 1897, when be declined reappointment to that position. Mr. Morris was a genial gentleman of the old school and numbered his friends by the thousaud. He was a bachelor. In bis boyhood days Mr. Morris was a pupil in the private school of Rev. Dr. Morrison, at Sweet Air, Baltimore county, and kept up his inti macy with members of the family during his entire lifetime. On Monday Mayor Mahool made two ex cellent selections for members of the Water Board of Baltimorecity, to fill vacancies. They are Mr. Richard Bernard, of the well known law firm of R. Bernard & Son, and Mr. Isaac S. Field, secretary and director of the Mer chants and Manufacturers' Record Publishing Company. The first mentioned is a Demo crat and the latter a Republican. Speaking of his appointment Mr. Bernard said: "Of all the probems that confront large cities one of the most important is to secure an adequate supply of reasonably pure water at a moderate cost. I am willing to assume this task aDd give it the benefit of my best judgment and ac cept my share of the responsibility. AUlask is a fair chance.” The American Agriculturist thus reports the prospect for farm labor for the present year: “Dull times in manufacturing and trade are reflected in a larger supply of labor than usual at this season. More men of better quality are seeking farm work this spring than for several years past. There is a general tendency beneficial to farm wages. Or, perhaps, it would be truer to say that the upward tendency of farm wages is arrested. Men who are willing to work on farms are trying to get the same wages this season paid last year, but then wages were higher than ever before. When farmers are able to give their help good quarters or separate tenements, the men are willing to work for less money than last year, in a great many instances. The percentage of unem ployed labor in all the great cities of the coun try is much larger at present than for several years. The scarcity of girls and women for household help continues, however, both in town and country.” Our little panic will be a blessing in disguise if it forces the vast army of the unemployed from the city to the country ; but the household help question will not solve until the American girl gets the unwise and foolish notion out of her head that it is better or “nicer” to work in an unhealthy factory than in a comfortable home with plenty to eat and a comfortable room to live in. Governor Crothers created some surprise a few days ago when he gave out the following emphatic statement: “When I complete my term as Governor I will step down and out of public office and will never hold another. My mind is irrevocably made up as to this. The one term as Governor will give to me all the honor and all the public office I want. It will satisfy me for the rest of my life. I will never hold another office. I have no idea of ever being a candidate for the United States Senate. It is a high and a dignified office, but I have no aspirations in that direction and when I say I have made up my mind that this is the last public office I will hold I mean it.” Dis cussing the attitude of the Governor on this matter a close personal friend is reported to have said : “His decision as to his future and his announcement is not based on the belief that at the end of his term bis party will desire to renominate him or that it will be possible for him to get the United States Benatorsbip. Simply considering those matters as possibili ties to a man who occupies the position of Governor and who has his party with him aDd behind him, he has made up his mind that in the event of the opportunity coming to him to secure the one or the other that he will not have either. What he wants to do is to live his own life in his own way, and be has pretty well mapped out that way. He wants, of course, to make a good record as Governor and he has already outlined plans which, if they bear fruit in the way expected, will mean much to the State of Maryland. He is thoroughly in earnest about these thiDgs and if the power lies in him he will put them through." Special to The Union. LETTER FROM ABROAD. The Stricken City of Messina Rebuilding —A Country of Earthquakes—Won derful Energy Displayed by tbe People Against Great Odds —Superstitions Still Prevailing, Etc. Naples. Italy, March 26tb, 1909. Messrs. Editors .‘—Little more than a month has passed since the destruction of Messina, and here at Naples the catastrophe is still upper most in the public mind, Is still the one great concern of the day to the exclusion of all ordi nary interests and occupations. It is impossible to escape the obsession of such a horror; impos sible to drive away the tragic visions evoked by tbe pictures and dispatches which appear every morning in the journals, and which are made so terribly real by the constant arrival of wounded victims and refugees. All this was of course to be expected in an Italian seaport only a few hours distant from the scene of the disaster, but the feature of the situation, which has filled me with surprise, is the rapidity with which prepara tions are going forward for the reconstruction of tbe ruined cities. To counterbalance every column of reading matter consecrated to the disaster proper the newspapers are printing two devoted to the plans for restoration, and on tbe streets leading to and from tbe harbor, the ambulances and stretchers, moving in their sad procession to ward tbe hospitals, are passed by wagon loads of building material destined for the earthquake districts; not planking for temporary shelters (that work has been finished) but brick, cement aDd heavy timber. Before the cataclysm Sicily, with her emerald bills and glistening, snow-white cities, was a veritable queen of Islands. Today the queen is dead, her beauty Is in ashes, and already the people cry, “Long live the queen ?” New foundations are actually being laid while tbe earth still trembles, and thus history again repeats Itself, for this same succession of events has been going on in Italy from time immemo rial. Ever since the island of Sicily has been known to man it has trembled beneath bis feet, and with it has trembled tbe whole Calabrian coast. One might Imagine that this southern extremity of Europe, this peninsula, so often likened to a boot, is in reality a gigantic foot, resting on tip-toe, unstable in Its equilibrium, poised as if preparing to begin other journeys. Time after time cities in this volcanic zone have been devastated by seismic shocks, and as often have been promptly rebuilt upon their old foun dations. To cite one of tbe best known instances Pompeii, at the moment she was buried by tbe lava and cinders of Vesuvius, bad just recovered from the ravages of a preceding earthquake, had barely finished the rebuilding of her palaces and temples. From Naples to Palermo, every where along the coast, are scattered vestiges of former catastrophes, some of them well known to history, some of them long forgotten. This is particularly true in Bicily where the very railway lines are laid on lava road beds, where the orange trees scatter their fragrant blossoms upon boulders that were once molten fire, and twine their roots among crevices that once opened straight into tbe sulphurous bowels of the earth. The traveler who ascends Aetna or Vesuvius is confronted at every pace by crater mouths, perhaps extinct, perhaps only dormant, by fissures cold and silent today, but hot and rumbling yesterday, by frightful excoriations marking the pathways of former lava streams. Everywhere the same spectacle—ruin Every where the same warning—death. In the actual presence of these terrors the foolhardy daring of the little human beings who persist in build ing their ant-like habitations upon tbe slopes, becomes incomprehensible. The enormous mountains dominate the landscape, powerful and ominous. Down below, toward tbe plain, man rears his palaces and cities, raises his monu ments of brass and marble.and justly marvelsat his own prodigious genius, but how tiny his work all 6eems, bow like a Liliputian kingdom, compared with these great stone monsters, whose heads are lost among the clouds 1 How helpless, when these sleeping giants awake! But if nature here is terrible, she, at least, is not treacherous. She does not pretend to be in com plete repose, does not appear, as in other climes, man’s bumble and obedient servant. Beneath these mountains, the devil who dwells in all in animate thiDgs is forever crouching, but Dever hiding. He shows his cloven hoof. The people of Messina and Reggio were warned, constantly warned, as were the Pompeiians of old. (Jp there above the snowy summit of Aetna a thin column of smoke rose ceaselessly night and day. Further north, above Stromboli, more smoke, and these two gray whisps floating in tbe serene azure of the Mediterranean sky advertised tbe Sicilians that just below the earth’s thin crust were lurking forces before which, when once aroused, all human resources would count for naught. The menace was visible. It is still visible. True, tbe blow has again fallen, but tbe survivors have received no divine assurance of even temporary safety, and have no means of knowing whether the next shock will occur in a year or in a century—yet they are already be ginning to rebuild their fallen dwellings. The terror has just passed over their heads. “It will not soon return,” they cry, and set cheer fully to work. In the face of these constant menaces for the future, and these multiplied relics of former disasters, I can scarce believe my own ears when I hear survivors of this latest and worst catas trophe talking about a new Messina. I am told that for two or three days immediately after the shock, while the inhabitants who bad not been buried beneath the ruins were huddled together on the water front, half naked and half crazed with fear, they declared: “Messina is no more 1 Never will we return to these accursed shores!” But now, since they have been clothed and fed and rendered comfortable, they begin straight way to long for Sicily. I am commencing to wonder whether the pe culiar religious beliefs, or, more properly speak ing, tbe superstitions of the Calabrians and Sicil ians do not partially explain their presumptu ous confidence. These people have never come to realize that the terrible forces, which from time to time overwhelm them, are blind, inani mate phenomena of Dature, which prayers and incense are powerless to affect. Forces guided by reason can be reasoned with. Calamities specifically willed by a rational divinity can be averted by supplications and burnt offerings- In this category the Sicilians have always placed earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. In ancieDt times they prayed to Jove, while today they pray to Jehovah, but the underlying principle is still the same. Indeed it is not surprising that feeble humanity is filled with a holy super stitious terror in the presence of such forces, and attributes them to supernatural origin. In classic ages it was believed that the Titans, van quished by Jupiter, were buried beneath the volcanoes of the island. When the Titans breath ed, smoke and flames issued from tbe crevices among the rocks, and when they struggled to throw off the immense weights which had been piled upon them the earth trembled. The sim ple, primitive inhabitants of tbe region builded temples to tbe Olympian conqueror and some times consecrated offerings of shedp or goats to the fallen giants, hoping thereby to render the former propitious and to moderate the fury of the latter, then prayed to them and fearfully adored them, as if supplications could soften the brutal power of the elements or change the in flexible laws of nature, or placate forces which leave humanity only two altcrnatives-fligbt or destruction. Such was the attitude of the an cient Sicilians, and is the attitude of their de scendants today. The popular imagination has not ceased to attribute these natural phenomena to a Divine will. The revelations of science have here left untouched the mentality of tbe masses. Tbe modern Sicilian is just as supersti tious as the antique; be has changed the names of bis gods, and voila tout. For him it is still the sky that causes the earth to tremble, still the sky that crushes man or permits him to go his way unharmed. Images of the Madonna and the saints have replaced the ancient statues, and in time of danger are adored or paraded through the streets by the childish, frightened people, who rush to shrines with candles aDd offerings as did their classic forebears. They have always believed and always will believe that pious devotion is a sort of lightning-rod capable of protecting them against thunder bolts from on high, and it is surely possible that this blind faith, by no means confined to the lower classes, explains at this moment the readi ness of the Italian people to undertake so cheer fully the reconstruction of Messina. But whether such an explanation be true or merely fanciful, the fact remains that a new city is des tined to arise from the ashes of the old. And then the years will pass, little by little the scars will disappear beneath new grass and flowers, the forgetful survivors will return to begin their lives anew, they will address new prayers to their protecting saints, will laugh and live and love and dream—until the giants again awake. Seabrook. Senatoes La Follette and Tillman will earn $25,000 each on the Chautauqua circuits thissummer. It pays to be good. Col Bryan's earnings from the same source will amount to SIOO,OOO. It pays to be better. THE DEATH RECORD. Carver —Mrs. Pricillaß. Carver, wife of Mr. William Carver, died at her home on Chestnut Ridge, on ibe2fkb of March, in tbe 73d year of her age. She was a daughter of the late Peter Parks. Besides her husband she is survived by the following children : Mrs. Milton Fos ter, of Chestnut Ridge: Mrs. John Tawney, of Bbawan ; Mrs. Harry Miller, of Cockeysville, and Messrs. William R., Conrad J. and John N. Carver, of Pikesville. Thirteen grandchil dren also survive her. The funeral took place at Grace M. P. Church on Monday afternoon, ; Rev. H. F. Wrigbt conducting the services. ! Tbe pall bearers were Messrs. Frank O. Scott, I Henry Long. J. Griffith Uent, Eli Swem, Levi j ! Justice and Orrick W. Gent. i j I Mehl.—Mr. John Mehl, Sr , died on Wed nesday morning, March 31st, at tbe residence of his son, John Mehl, Jr., at Harford Fur ’ nace, Harford county, Md., after an illness of upwards of six months from asthma, aged 79 1 years. Mr. Mebl was formerly engaged in trucking at Parkvills, Harford road. Besides the son above mentioned be is survived by an other son, Mr. A. H. Mehl, of Parkville, who , recently built a fine dwelling bouse on East Joppa road, Towson, in which be resided fora short time before removing to his property at ’ Parkville. McComas.—Mrs. Elizabeth A. McComas, widow of Aquila McComas, who died in 1887, died at her home in the 4tb district, on Satur day last, aged 92 y ears. Tbe cause of her death was blood poisoning. She is survived by two sons, three daughters and a number of grand children and great grandchildren. Tbe funeral took place on Monday at Mt. Paran Presby terian Church, Harrisonville, Rev, H. H. Henry conducting the services. McCullough.—Mr. Slater McCnllougb, who was a native of the upper end of Baltimore county and a son of the late Reuben McCul lough, died Match 24th, at his home at Rush ville. Neb , aged 50 years. Deceased was a brolber of Messrs. Robert E. and R Grant Mc- Cullough, both residents of tbe 7tb district of this county. Burns.—Mr. Thomas Burns, a lifelong resi dent of Sherwood, N. C. R. R , died at tbe City Hospital, Baltimore, on March 31st, aged 70 years. Mr. Burns was a carpenter and builder and a brother of the late John Burns, of Tow son. He is survived by a widow, three daugh ters and one son. Perry.—Mrs. Emetine Perry, widow of Si mon Perry, died of pneumonia on Saturday last, at the borne of her bod, Mr. William Perry, near Cockeysville, aged 81 years. Bhe is survived by five daughters and one son. There are also 35 grandchildren and 40 great-grand children. Usui JVavertisjeraettts. ■yy ANTED. ~ FOUR OR FIVE GOOD CARPENTERB. Apply to ENSOR Apl. B—2t Phoenix, (R. F. D.) Md. y^osT. On Sunday. March 21st. GOLD BRACELET, one half engraved. Reward If returned to LILLIAN GERMAN, Apl. 3—lt*] East Towson. JtOR SALE. ONE THOROUGHBRED JERSEY BULL. 21 MONTHB OLD; very handsome; weighs 900 lbs. Price SSO 00. Apply to D. F. DONALDSON, Apl. 3—2tl Fairview Farm, Hereford, Md. pOB SALE. A GOOD WORK HORBE. As I have rented a part, of my farm, I have no further use for him. H. Z. MAST, Residence near Knoebel. Baldwin P. 0.. Md. Apl. 3-2i* yjlOR SALE. TWO FINE MULES, 4 years old ; will sell to gether or separate. Terms easy. Apply to PHILIP B. WELSH, Apl. 3—2t] Glen Morris, Md. J7GGS! EGGS!! EGGS 1!! BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCK EGGS, from fine strain of birds, 50 cents per setting of 13. Apply to Mrs. Wm. e. POCuCK, Near Sunnybrook, Md. Apl. 3-3t*] Address—Phoenix, R. F. D. J^-OTICE. The BRIDGE OVER THE LITTLE GUN POWDER FALLS, on the Meredith's Ford and Jarrettsville turnpike, has been CONDEMNED until further notice. HOWARD SCARFF, Apl. 3—lt*] Secretary. STATEMENT —OF THE— Condition of The Continental Insurance Co. of New York, Dec. 31, 1908. Capital Stock paid in $ 1,000,000.00 Total Assets 19,314.696.81 Total Amount of all Liabilities 7,997,946.33 Surplus as regards policy holders... 11.316,750.48 Bonds and Stocks owned by company 16.092.006.00 State of Maryland. Office of State Insur. Dept. Baltimore, February 1,1909. I hereby certify that the above Is a true ab stract from the statement of tbe above named company. BENJ. F. CROUSE, Apl.3—3t*] Insurance Commissioner. ryiHK HANDSOME YOUNG STALLION C -‘Z? S " &3i Will make the season of 1909. from April Ist to July Ist, at tbe following places: Mondays and Tuesdays at the home of the owner. Chestnut Hill avenue, Waverly; Thursdays and Fridays at C. W. Forwood’s, Falls road; Saturdays at Owner’s Stable. This promising young Stallion was sired by Morgan’s Cabash and Is well broken to harness; he is a light golden sorrel and very handsome, reminding many persons of his grand sire’s ap- Jiearance when owned by Mr. G. O. Wilson. He sl6 hands and weighs 1,360 lbs. This horse must be seen to be appreciated. Tehms.—slo the season, with return privilege in case mare does not prove in foal. GOTLEIB ENGLE. Owner. Apl. 3-3m] Waverly, Baltimore, Md. TO CONTRACTORS. SEALED PROPOSALS, addressed to tbe High ways Commissioners of Baltimore County, Tow son, Maryland, endorsed "Proposals for Improv ing the Public Highway between Grace Church and Carroll County Line, known as Black Rock Road,” Sections A. and 8., will be received up to 12 o’clock noon, Thursday, April 18th, 1909, When they will be publicly opened and road. All proposals must be made on forms furnished by tbe State Geological Survey Commission, to be obtained tbrougb its office in Baltimore. Bids otherwise made out will not be considered. The work to be done includes tbe grading and macadamizing of about IX miles of road to be built according to tbe plans and specifications on file at the office of the Highways Commis sioners, at Towson. Maryland. Each proposal must be accompanied by a cer tified check for two hundred dollars ($200.00), payable to tbe Highways Commissioners of Bal timore County, which will be returned unless tbe successful bidder fails to execute a contract, in which case his check will become the prop erty of the county. The Highways Commissioners reserve the right to reject aoy or all bids. By order of the Board. E. STANTON BOSLEY, Apl. 3-2t] Secretary. John F. Gontrum and John S. Biddison, Attorneys at Late, 409,410, 411,419 late Building, Baltimore, Md. SALE A VALUABLE HOUSE AND LOT, At the Corner of Poplar Avenue and Oak Street, Overlea, Baltimore County, Md. The undersigned, as Assignee of Mortgage, dated November 29th, 1902, and recorded among tbe Land Mortgage Records of Baltimore county, JMIa Liber N. B. M„ No. 232, folio 275, •JErfrom George F. Spahn and Mary E.Biia Spann, his wife, to tbe Fullerton Permanent Loan Association of Baltimore county, (which said mortgage was by assignment dated October sth, 1905, and recorded among the Land Mortgage Records of Baltimore county, in Liber W. P. C., No. 260. folio 203, &c„ assigned by tbe Fullerton Permanent Loan Association of Baltimore coun ty to John Combs, and was by assignment dated March 25tb, 1909. and recorded among the Land Mortgage Records of Baltimore county, in Liber W. P. C., No. 317, folio 12, Ac., assigned by Eliza Combs and Peter Scbarf, Executors of John Combs, deceased, to John 8. Biddison, for tbe purpose of foreclosure), and under the power contained therein will sell at Public Auction, AT THE COURT HOUSE DOOR, In Towson.on Tuesday, April 97th, 1909, At tbe hour of 12 o’clock M„ ALL THAT LOT OF GROUND SITUATE, LYING AND BEING IN BALTIMORE COUNTY AND STATE AFORESAID,AND DESIGNATED AS LOT No. 86, on the Plat of the property of the Overlea Land Company, recorded among the Land Records of Baltimore county, in Plat Book J. W. 8., No. 2, folio 77. said lot being located on tbe southeast corner of Pop lar avenue and Oak street, having a front on Poplar avenue of fifty feet and a depth of 145 feet to a ten-foot alley. For title see deed from Overlea Land Company to George Spahn and wife, dated NovemOer 25th, 1902, and recorded among tbe Land Records of Baltimore county. In Liber N. B. M„ No. 266, folio 7, &c. Improved by a comfortable SIX-ROOM FRAME DWELLING, Stable, Chicken House and Pump-House or Summer Kitchen. property is located in the most de sirable part of tbe beautiful village of Overlea, near the Belalr road, and convenient to Schools, Churches, tbe Belair road car line and Overlea Postoffice. TERMS OF SALE.—One-third cash on ratifi cation of sale, balance in six and twelve months from the day of sale, credit payments to bear in terest from day of sale, and to be secured to the satisfaction of the undersigned. Assignee; or all cash, at tbe option of the purchaser. OTA cash deposit of S2OO will be required of tbe purchaser on tbe day of sale. , JOHN 8. BTHDISON, Assignee of Mortgage. T. C. BID BISON, Auctioneer. Apl. 3—ts] Gardenville, Md. BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCK EGGS FOR HATCHING. 75c. for 13 Packed for Shipment. SOc. for 13 at My Yards. : : SWCall and aeo my stock. - ®* *9* A Iso for sale Barred Plymouth Rock and White Wyandotte Hens. s2.ooeach. SAirL D. BARKLEY, Feb. 27—ly Heto Julwertisjements. APPLICATIONS FOR LIQUOR LICENSES Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court l for Baltimore County, v Towson, April 2d, 1909. j NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the fol lowing persons have filed applications FOR LI CENSE TO SELL SPIRITUOUB AND FER MENTED LIQUORS in Baltimore county, for twelve months, commencing May Ist, 1909: A Ady, Annie E„ Long Green, Hotel Ady, 11th dist. Alt, Geo. W„ Park Heights and Hayward aves., (wholesale,) 3d district. Ahern, Cornelius, 1 O’Donnell st., 12th district. I Altevogt. Wm. F., 4102 Eastern ave., 12th dist. Amend, Franz. 3400 Eastern ave., 12th district. Andrae. John F„ Hollywood Park, 15th district. Anton, John, 3401 Hudson street, 12th district. Appel. Jacob. 3241 O'Donnell st., 12th district. Armstrong, Frederick, Hillen road, Ivy Hotel, 9th district. B Bahner, Peter, 3247 First ave., cor. Clinton st.. 12th district. Bahr. Daniel W„ 3522 Toone st„ 12th district. Ball. Charles B„ 320 Lombard st., 12tb district. Batcheler, George W„ Fish House road, near Ma ryland ave., 13th district. Bauer, Michael, 6-Mile House, Harford road, 14th district. Bentz. John F., 1501 8. Clinton st... 12th district. Bealefeld, Magdalena, Washington road and An napolis ave.. 13th district. Baltimore Country Club, Club road, Roland Park, 9th district. Berkenkemper, Ferdinand, 413 Eastern avenue. 12th district. Beacbam, Geo. E., Bouldin and Gough sts., 12th district. Beil. William J., First ave. and Sixteenth st.,l2th district. Berlin, Louis. Beaver Dam road, Beaver Dam. Btb district. Bloom, Louis J., Frederick road, near Catons vllle, Ist district. Bloom. Wm. D., Frederick road, EUicott City. Ist district. Blumke, Charles, 1501 S. First st., 12th district Boarman, Frank 8.. east side turnpike road, Tow son. 9th district. Bohne. David, 4100 E. Lombard st., 12th district. Bond, Elizabeth, 3821 Philadelphia road. 12thdist. Bosley, Aquilla C. T.. Dulany’s Valley Pike, Tow son, 9th district. Boyd. James H.. 6: Mile House. Falls road. 3d dist. Brady, Josepb.s Mile House,Liberty road.2d dist Burgess. George. Belvedere ave. and Relsters town road, 3d district. Busick, Harry D., York road and Pennsylvania ave., Towson, 9th district. Buttner. Sophie, First ave. and Sixteenth st.. 12th district. Butschky, John H., Monument House. North Point road, 15th district. Baier, Paul, O’Donnell and Fifth sts., 12th dist. Balls, William W„ York road and Glenwood ave., Govanstown. 9th district. Backus. Herbprt, Eastern ave. and Back river. 15th district. Brazal, John, Maryland ave., Westport, 13th dist. Bosley, Harry, Bosley’s Hotel, Towson, 9th dist. O Campbell, Patrick J., 401 S. East ave.. 12th dist. Campbell, Robert, Monumental and Shell roads. 12th district. Carl. William J., Fifth ave. and Fifteenth st.. 12th district. Cavey, William T„ Frederick road, near EUicott City, Ist district. Ct ckey. Mary A., Annie E. Kane and Margaret C. Schmidt, executrices. Valley View Hotel, Dulany’s Valley pike, Bth district. Clausen, Hans, 3300 Canton ave., 12th district. Corbett. Robert, (wholesale.) Pikesville. 3d dist. Cornell, Marv E..416 8. Clinton st.. 12th district. Councilman.Harry,Taylor ave.and Harford road, 14tb district. Country Club of Baltimore County, Pimlico Race Track. Club House, 3d district. Croad, Hugh C.. 4330 E. Lombard st., 12th dist. Crowley, John S , Washington road, X mile from city, 13th district. Cole, T. Wells, west side Harford road, Parkville. 9th district. D Dale}-, Kate, 1628 8. First st„ 12th district. Dayward. Alexander, 8 Mile House, Harford road, 11th district. Debaugh, Philip A., Cub Hill, Harford road, 11th district. Debelius, Henry, Eighth and Orleans sts., 12th district. Deßoy, John F., Chestnut Grove, North Point road, 15th district. Dehenault, August, Deer Park, IX miles from Westport. 13th district. Dempsey, Viola, s. w. cor. Eighth and Pratt sts.. 12th district. Dengler, Peter J., 9-Milo-House, Belair road, 11th district. Decker, Catherine, 1226 S. Clinton st., 12th dist. Diehlmann, Christian, Terminal Hotel, Catons vllle, Ist district. Dorbert, Louis, 4108 Eastern ave., 12th dist. Dotterweich.John H.,900 S. Clinton st., 12th dist. Doulong. F. Phillip. Eastern ave. and Fifteenth st., 12th district. ■ Doyle, Edward J., Texas. Bth district. Drescber, Frank J.,3428 Hudson st., 12th dist. Droll, Adolph.cor. Fifth and Pratt sts., 12th dist. Dressel. John, Hamilton, 5 miles on the Harford road, 14th district. • K East, George, Shore Line Park, Westport, 13th district. East, Louis 8., Westport, Maryland ave. and Clair st.. 13th district. Easter. George W., Easter’s Park, Belair road. 14th district. Ebert, Charles W., Werner’s Park, Westport, 13th district. Egenhofer, George, 4112 Eastern ave., 12th dist. Elkridge Foxhunting Club, Woodbrook, Charles st. ave. 9th district. Engel. Amelia, 1000 S. Second st., 12th district. Ertel. John. 3736 Eastern ave., 12th district. Ervin, John E., Fork, 11th district. Eser, Joseph M., 3139 Eastern ave., 12th district. Eyring, Erhardt, 800 S. Third st.. 12th district. Endreßß, Leonard, Park Heights and Hayward aves., 3d district. Ebert, John, 3220 Foster avenue, 12th district. F Farrell, Elizabeth, 2043 S. Clinton st., 12th dist. Feuerhardt, John, 3201 Fait ave., 12th district. Fisher. Frances. 3221 Fait ave., 12th district. Fitch, Robert K., White Marsh, 11th district. Fitzpatrick, Frank P.. Chesapeake ave., Towson, 9th district. Flanagan, Angelina. 705 Frederick road, Ist dist. Fleischer, Bertha. O’Donnell and Twenty-second sts., 12tb district. Foertschbeck.John.2los S. Clinton st., 12th dist. Foertschbeck, Jobn, 3201 Fosterave., 12th dist. Fowble, Jacob L., 10-Mile House, York road, Bth district. Fowner. Augustus, 7 Mile House. Keisterstown road, 3d district. Frank, Gustav, Eastern ave. and Back River Neck, 15th district. Frank, Joseph H., Poplar Hotel, liossville, 14th district. Frank, John H., Shell road, near Toll-Gate, 12th district. Frei, Henry, Jr., 4104 Eastern ave., 12th district. Foster. George. Monument stand Loney’s Lane, 14th district. Funk, Emil, Brick Hotel, Govanstown, 9th dist. Frank, Conrad A., Eastern ave. and Sixteenth st., 12th district. G Gaertner, George, 3724 Eastern ave. extended, 12th district. Gaertner, George, s. w. cor. Philadelphia road and Eleventh st., 12th district. Gaff, Jobn, 504 Eighth st.. 12th district. Gaffney, John W., Park Heights and Belvedere aves., 3d district. Gauss, Jacob, Bishop's corner, Deer Park road, 4th district. Gentlemen’s Driving Asso., Gentlemen’s Driving Park, 3d district. Getz, Herman, 3244 Fait ave., 12th district. Gilmore, John C., Eastern ave., near Back Biver Bridge, 15th district. Goebel. Carl August, 3531 Gough st., 12th dist. Goebel, Walter, 3218 Elliott street, 12th district. Goeller, Michael, Washington road, Lansdowne, 13th district. Goebel, Barbara, Bright Light House, Fifth ave., 12th district. Goodrich, Winfred A., North Branch House, 2d district. Gough, Harry L.,413 Ingleside ave., Catonsville, Ist district. Gray, Charles J., Eastern ave. and Sixteenth st., 12th district. Grieb, Christian H., Belair road and Eutawave., 14th dist. Grim, Daniel W„ BX-Mile House, Reisterstown road, 3d district. Grimes, Thaddeus C., Patapsco ave., near Blli cott City, Ist district. Gellerman, G. Henry. Washington road near Gwynn's Falls, 13th district. Gerland, Henry, Schwarfze Shore, Westport, 13th district. II Haberkorn, Otto W., Hammond’s Ferry road and Second avenue. 13th district. Habersack,Cbristian,3Boo Eastern ave.. 12th dist. Hagan, Maggie L , Twelfth ave. and Twenty ninth st., 12th district. Hamel, George, 3931 Eastern ave. ext., 12th dist. Hammel, Barbara, 4 miles on Belair road, Fuller ton. 14th district. Hammelman, Margaretha, 321 y Elliott st., 12th district. Hall, Robert R., Eastern ave. road and Back River, 15th district. Harvey, Margaret A.. Harvey’s Park, Eastern ave. and Back River, 15th district. Heimbacfa, Conrad, 708 Second st., 12th district. Helnecheun. August,Thompson Sea Girt Honse, 12th district. Henry, William M„ Raspeburg, Belair road, 14th district. Helldorfer, George, Eastern ave. and Bird River road, 15th district. Herbert, Lorenz, 500 S. Bouldin st., 12th district. Herman, J. Henry. Gardenville ave. and Herr man's Park, 14th district. Hesse, John F., 711 Frederick ave., Catonsville, Ist district. Hildebrand, Charles, O’Donnell and Sixteenth streets, 12th district. Hill. Frederick, Lauraville, 9th district. Hobbs, Lee J.. Central Hotel, Reisterstown, 4th district. Hoffman, Daniel M., Electric Park, 3d district. Hoffman, Michael C., 3700-3702 Mt. Pleasant ave.. 12th district. Hoffmann. Julius. 2157 8. Clinton st.. 12th district. Hofnagel, Louis, s. w. cor. Third and Toone sts.. 12th district. Holtzner, Frank, White Marsh. 11th district Holzknccht. Robert, Middle River Bridge, East ern ave., 15tb district. Homberg, Martin, s. e. cor. Trappe and Soller’s Point road. 12tb district. Homberg, Philip, 1707 S. Clinton st., 12th dist. Huber, Anna,Huber’s Park, Minersvilie. 13th dist. Hughes, Alexander, Bengies. Eastern ave. extd.. 15th district. Hyland,Martin W.. York and Western Run roads, (wholesale.) Bth district. Hall. Andrew, b. e. cor. Gunnison and Eleventh sts.. 12th district. Hoch, Nicholas, Hammond’s Ferry road, Joshua. 13th dist. Horan. Marion F., Ferry Bar, 13th district. Homberg. Henry. Back River Neck road, south of Eastern avenue, 15th district. J James, Horace M., Arnold’s ave.and Orchard st.. 13th district. James, John P., Annapolis ave., near Warner st.. Hullville, 13th district. Janssen, George. 4022 4024 Eastern ave., 12th dist. Jones, James P., Bengies. 15th district. Juengst, Julius F.. Washington road, near Gwynn’s Falls, 13th district. K Kairis, Annie, Deal’s Shore, Spring Gardens, Westport, 13th district. Kahler, August, Rosedale. 14th district. Kahler, Charles, Philadelphia road, near Hor ner’s lane, 12 th district. Kalb, George J., 3722 Claremont st., 12th dist. Kappel. George W.,3738 E. Lombard at., 12th diet. Ready, Patrick, Parkville, 9th district. Keboe, John. Suburban Hotel, Park Heights ave., 3d district. Kenney,Alice, 4016 18 20 E. Lombard st ,12th diet. Kenney, Thomas J„ 4118 Eastern ave.. 12th dist. Kenney. Catherine C.. Texas, Bth district Koehler, Charles, 3201 Canton ave., 12th district. Qzvo Kennedy, John, York road and Texas lane, Bth district. Kestler, George M„ Maryland and Annapolis avenues, 13th district. Kiefer, Cresencia, 3622 O'Donnell st., 12th dist. Kimmel, Andrew D., Prospect Park, Eastern ave. extended, 15th district. Kinlein, John A., Beiair road, Gardenville, 14th district. Klein. Henry, Maryland ave. and Putnam st., Westport, 13th district. Knarr, George, 1351 Clinton st., 12th district. Knlgbts of Liberty, Eastern ave. road, opposite Prospect Park, 15th district. Knop. Albert F„ 4017 Eastern ave., 12th district. Kotschenreuther, Andrew, 3301 Philadelphia road. 12th district. Kremer, Harry, 3240 42 Foster ave.. 12th district. Kremer, Joseph, 400 8. Clinton st., 12th district. Krempel, Julius, s.e.cor. Philadelphia and North Point roads, 15th district. Kaste, Charles, Bear Hill, Falls road, 3d district. Koerner, Elizabeth, 3723 Gough st., 12th district. L. Long, Elizabeth. 3513 Foster ave., 12th district. Lawrence. Louis, Eastern ave., near North Point road, 12th district. Lemke, Rudolph, Jr., 21515. Clinton st., 12th dist. Leysbon, Reese, 1553 S. Clinton st., 12th dist. Linzey, James H., Chesapeake ave., near York road, Towson, 9th district. Loefller, Cecelia, 1459 8. Clinton st„ 12th district. Lowrey, Claris, Pikesville, 3d district. Lowrey, John M.. Woodbine Hotel, Easternave., near Back River, 15th district. Luby, Margaret, % mile east of Catonsville, Frederick road. Ist district. Ludorf, August, 3513 Foster ave., 12th district. Luber, Michael, adjoining Brebm's Brewery, Brebm's lane, 14th district. M Maenner. Charles, Grindon lane and Harford road, 9th district. Mahn, Frederick, 3901-3 Mt. Pleasant ave., 12th district. Maguire, John, Randallstown. 2d district. Mallonee. Josias Jr., Butler, Falls road, sth dist. Maril, John, Fifth and Clinton sts.. 12th district. Maryland Jockey Club, Pimlico Rack Track, Pimlico, 3d district. McKay, John T., Annapolis road, Patapsco River, Bwltzer Bridge, 13th district. Mackie, Henry C., Beiair road, opposite Southern avenue, 14th district Meister, George C., Lombard and Sixth sts„ 12th district. Miller, Jacob, 3500 O’Donnell street, 12th district. Minch, Louis D., 3521 Lombard st., 12th district. Mitchell, Elizabeth, 3906 Eastern ave., 12th dist. Mitchell, Wm. E., Eastern ave. and Back Hlver, •sth district. Mladeyofsky, Kate, Fairy Grove Park, Eastern ave., near Back River, 15th district. Moeller, George H.. 3225 Elliott st.. 12th district. Morsberger, John C., Catonsville Hotel, Catons ville. Ist district. Morsberger, Louis C., Catonsville, Railroad Ho tel, Ist district. Moxley, Annie, 1001 Bouldin street, 12th district. Mueller, Baltbaser, 3200 Eastern ave., 12tb dist. Mublbach, Christina, Maryland ave., Westport, 13th district. Mulligan, Alice, York road and Willow ave., 9th district. Mutcbler, Christian. 3326 O’Donnell st., 12thdist. Muth, William P., Windsor Mill road and For est ave., Ist district. Myerly, Sarah E„ 10-Mile House, Reisterstown road, 3d district. N Nagengast, John. 3328 Canton ave., 12th district. Narer, George, Washington road, Halethorpe, 13th district. Naresky, Constantins, Deal’s Shore Park, 13th district. Nitzel, Samuel E„ 4331 Lombard st., 12th district. Nofsinger, Asher H., Cookeysville Hotel, Cock eysville, Bth district. Nonemaker, Abram P., 614-Mile House, York road, 9th district. Noppenberger, Charles 8., Marble Hill, York road, Bth district. New Maryland Country Club, Park Heights ave. and Ford's lane, 3d district. O O’Connor John E., 4023 Eastern ave., 12th dist. O’Connor, Vincent L., 4101-4103 Lombard st., 12th district. O’Malley, Vincent 8., Washington road, near St. Denis, 13th district. O’Brien, Elizabeth, Patapsco Grove, Westport, 13th district. P Pabst, Elizabeth, 1701 S. Clinton st., 12th district. Petzold. Edward, 905 Frederick ave., Ist district. Pieper, Charles, 417 Philadelphia road, 12th dist. Pfeifer, Frances. 6 miles on Beiair road, 14th dist. Pfortner, Frederick, 3324 Fait ave., 12th district. Pol lock, Henry M., 4204 Eastern avenue, 12tb dist. Pospisil, Vaclav J., Eastern ave. road, near Back River, 15th district. Prinz, Mary, 4623 O’Donnell st., 12th district. Pfeil, Fritz, 703 5 S. Clinton st., 12th district. R Riefschneider, John. 20318. Clinton st., 12th dist. Regan, Patrick J„ 3424 Toone st., 12th district. Renna, Frederick, Gray’s, 9-Mile Hill, Ist dist. Rittiger, John, Philadelphia road and Bowley’s lane, 12th district. Rice, Mary H., York road, near Arlington ave., 9th district. Reinhardt, Anna. 1200 8. Clinton st., 12th dist. Rittmyer, Joseph F., Union ave., Morrell Park, 13th district. River View Amusement Co., River View Park, 12th district. Roche, Patrick T., w. side Green Spring ave., 3d district. Rolfes, Anton. 2147 8. Clinton st„ 12th district. Roseuberger, John, Orangeville, 14th district. Ruff, Frank F., Edmondson and Ingleside aves., Ist district. Regan, Michael J., Eastern ave. and Seventh st., 12tb district. Regan. John, Seventh and Lombard sts., 12th dist. S Sandman, Joseph, St. Denis, 13th district. Schaaf, Julius, 3504 Eastern ave., 12th district. Scannell. Cornelius, 630 Frederick ave.. Catons ville, Ist district. Scalley, Patrick. Beaver dam. Bth district. Schauck, Frank B„ Franklintown Hotel, Frank lintown, Ist district. Scheink. Peter, 1711 8. Clinton st., 12th district. Schenk, George, Jr., 3220 O’Donnell st., 12th dist. Bcbeufele,George,lsl7 S.Clinton street, 12th dist. Scherr, Simon, Frederick road, Ellicott City, Ist district. Schorn, Adolph, 126 8. Third street, 12tb district. Schmeisser, John George, 3225 Canton ave., 12th district. Selling. Fred., n. tv. cor. O’Donnell and Sixteenth sts., 12th district. Sehrt, Henry, 3425 Eastern avenue, 12th district. Scubert.Christian.Jr., 3714 Easternave., 12th dist. Seward, Charles H., 5-Mile House, Philadelphia road, 15th district. Scully, Charles, 1601 S. Clinton st., 12th district. Sbaffar. Wm. T.. Bradshaw, llth district. Shea, James W., 8-Mile House, York road, 9th district. Smit, Peter, St. Helena, Railroad and Riverview aves.. 12th district. Smith, George W., Annapolis ave., Mt. Winans, 13th district. Smith, John G., Fish House road, Westport, 13th district. Spindler, Geo. W.. 7 miles on Philadelphia road, 15th district. Stabllo. Stanislaus. 4330 Eastern ave., 12th dist. Steil, Frederick, Shady Side Park, Westport, 13th district. Stratemeyer. Conrad, Fifth ave. and Fourteenth st., 12th district. Stutz. Anna 8., Washington and Sulphur Spring roads, 13th district. Strominger, George W., Eastern ave. road, Mid dle River, 15tb district. Suburban Club of Baltimore County, Park Heights and Slade avenues, 3d district. Suter, H. Clay and Jacob Hahn, Jr., trading as Buter & Hahn, Claremont Hotel, Union Stock Yards, 13th district. Segrist, Wm. G., Kaspeburg, 4 miles on Beiair road, 14th district. Scblee, Joseph G„ 3500 Elliott st., 12th district. Schroeder, George M., 400 Fifth st., 12th district. Segrist, Barbara, 4-Mile House, Beiair road, 14th district. T Tracey. George C., Smedley House, Towson, 9th distvict. Tremper, Peter, 8 miles Beiair road. Putty Hill, 14th district. Turpin, John L., Eastern ave., near Middle River, 15th district. Trißchmann, Louis, and Maggie Prell, 109-11 S. Fifth st., 12th district. V Vandermast, Ernest W„ Eastern ave. near North Point road, 15th district. W Wade, Elizabeth, Hammond’s Ferry road, near McCall’s Bridge. 13th district. Wade. Thomas J„ Washington road, lk miles from city, 13th district. Wade, William B.,Washington road and G wynn’s Falls. 13th district. Wade, William W„ Granite, 2d district. Wahaus, August, Relay Hotel, Relay, 13th dist. Wahl, Michael J., e. s. Falls road, Mt. Washing ton, 9th district. Waldmann, Edward, Necker, Beiair road, llth district. Waldman, Frederick, Seventeenth st. and East ern avenue, 12th district. Weber, Daniel, Eastern avenue and Stemmer’s Run road. 15th district. Weber, Frederick K., 3700 Eastern ave., 12th dist. Weber, Wm. J., 583 Frederick road, Catonsville, Ist district. Wegant, Frederick J., Hoffman House, Liberty road, 34 district. Weaver. Louis E., Patapsco Park, Lower Can ton, 12th district. Weaver, Wm. F„ 2039 S. Clinton st.. 12th district. Wenig, George, Kimmelton House, Shell road, 12th district. Weller, Frank 8., Granite, 2d district. Wells, John J„ Eastern ave.. Middle River, 15th district. Whitten, William Henry, Philadelphia and Brad shaw roads, Bradshaw, llth district. Whittington. Harry E.,233 S. Third st., 12th dist. Weyman. Robert, 3639 O’Donnell Bt., 12th district, Wick. John, 3222 O’Donnell street, 12th district. Wineke, Joseph F., Hitesbue’s Hotel, Reisters town. 4th district, Winkel, Francis J., 1504 S. Becond st., 12th dist. Wise, Charles, 3400 Dillon st., 12th district. Wittstadt. Louisa. 229 Mt. Pleasant ave., 12th dist. Wolbert, John. 4101 First ave., 12th district. Wolf, Caspar, Third and Hudson sts., 12th dist. Waltemeyer. Lena. Annapolis road, near West- Wjort, 13th district. els, August F., Jr., 1401 S. Clinton st., 12th dist. Wolf, George C., 4001 Eastern ave., 12th district. Wolter, Louis, 5-Mile House, Arlington, 3d dist. Y Yeager, John F., 1505 S. Clinton street, 12th dist. Z Zimmerman. Henry. 940 S. Third street, 12th dist. Zinkand. Nicholas. Philadelphia road, near Low ney’s lane, 14th district. And that unless cause be shown in writing to the contrary. On or before the ISth day of April, 1909, The licenses applied for will be issued, provided the applicants comply with the requirements of laW ‘ WILLIAM P. COLE, Apl. 3—2 t Clerk. EASTER PLANTS & FLOWERS AT REASONABLE RATES. Special Attention Given to Ornamental Gardening. JOHN L. WAGNER, Florist, W. JOPPA ROAD, TOWSON, Md. C. & P. Phone—Towson 8-F. [Nov. 21—ly OUR SPRING AND SUMMER lines of Clothing, Cloths for Tailoring, and Furnishings for Men, Youths and Boys are now ready. Extensive assort ments, excellent workmanship, superior quality, cor- rect styles and perfect fit com bine with moderate prices. W. R. BISHOP, LIKES, BERWANGER LIKES. BERW ANGER & CO. Clothing _ _ 8,10 &12 E. Baltimore St. Tailoring JP r fjfj Baltimore, Md. Furnishings Ow • Mr. Bishop is well known in this section 8. 10 and 12 East Baltimore Street, and will be pleased to personally serve „ „ , . . - all who honor him with a call. BALTIMORE, Md. Apl. 3 It Hew ESTABLISHED 1876. BOTH PHONES. < rider, 1001 GREENMOUNT AVENUE, BALTIMORE, Md.. COMMISSION * MERCHANT For the Bale of Hay, Grain and Straw. Orders for Mill Feed, Gluten Feed, Cotton Seed Meal, Oil Cake Meat, Salt, & 0., will receive prompt attention. FApl. 3—ly TO CREDITORS. THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the subscri ber has obtained from the Orphans’ Court of Baltimore county, letters of administration on the estate of THOMAS E. GOLDING, late of said county, deceased. All persons hav ing claims against the said estate are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber. On or before the 7th day of October, 1909; They may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Those indebted tc said estate are requested to make immediate pay ment. Given under my hand this Ist day of April. 1909. RICHARD A. MILLER. Jr., Apl. 3—4t* 1 Administrator. John S. Biddison, Attorney, Late Building, Baltimore, Md. TO CREDITORS. THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the subscri ber has obtained from the Orphans’ Court of Baltimore county, letters of administration on the estate of ELIZABETH RABPE, late of said county, deceased. All persons hav ing claims against the said estate are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, On or before the 7th day of October, 1909 ; They may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Those indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment. Given under my hand this Ist day April, 1909. MARY M. RABPE, A pi. 3—4t*l Administratrix. IF. Gill Smith, Attorney, Second National Bank Building, Towson, Md. TO CREDITORS. THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the subscri ber has obtained from the Orphans’ Court of Baltimore county letters of administration e. t. a. on the estate of HOWARD F. SMITH, late of said county, deceased. All pe.'sons hav ing claims against the said estate are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber. On or before the 7th day of October, 1909 ; They may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Those indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate pay ment. Given under my hand this Ist day of April, 1909. FANNIE D. COLE SMITH, Apl. 3—4t*] Administratrix c. t. a. O. Parker Baker, Attorney, 9IS St. Paul I, Street, Baltimore, Md. 1 JIyJ'OTICE TO CREDITORS. THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the sub scriber has obtained from the Orphans’ Court of Baltimore county, letters of administration on the estate of GEORGE M. FULTZ, late of said county deceased. All persons having claims against the said estate aro hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, On or before the 7th day of October, 1909; Thoy may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Those indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate pay ment. Given under my hand this Ist day of April, 1909. SARAH J. FULTZ. Apl. 3—4t*l Administratrix. William S. Beech, Attorney, Second National Bank Building, Totcson, Md, KATIE OLIVIA PARRISH VS. KATE MARTHA ADAMS ET AL., in thk Cir cuit Court for Balto. County, in Equity. ORDERED, by the Circuit Court for Baltimore county, this 31st day of March, 1909, that the private sale made and reported by Jesse Lee Adams, Trustee, for the sale of the property described In the proceedings in the above en titled cause, be ratified and confirmed, unless cause to the contrary thereof be shown. On or before the 26th day of April, 1909, Provided a copy of this order be inserted in some newspaper printed and published in Balti more county, once in each or throe successive weeks before the said 26th day of April, 1909. The report states the amount of sales to be *1,400.00. WILLIAM P. COLE, Clerk. True Copy—Test: Apl. 3—4t| WILLIAM P. COLE. Clerk. James J. Lindsay, Attorney, Baltimore and Totcson, Md. JAMES D. SHEA, INFNAT, BY HIS GUARDIAN. JAMEB J. LINDSAY, VS. JAMES D. SHEA, INFANT, in the Circuit Court for Baltimore County, in Equity. ORDERED, by the Circuit Court for Baltimore county, this 27th day of March, 1909, that the private sale made and reported by James J. Lindsay, Trustee, for the sale of the property described in the proceedings in the above enti tled cause, be ratified and confirmed, unless cause to the contrary thereof be shown. On or before the 26th day of April, 1909; Provided a copy of this order be inserted In some newspaper printed and published in Baltimore county, once in each of three successive weeks before the said 26th day of April, 1909. The report states the amount of sales to be *2,600.00. WILLIAM P. COLE. Clerk. True Copy— Test: Apl. 3—4tl WILLIAM P. COLE. Clerk. Walter J. King, Attorney, Calvert Building, Baltimore, Md. NOTICE. To all whom it may concern and to the Highwayt Commission of Baltimore County : The undersigned, freeholders of Baltimore County, hereby give notice that On the 29th day of April, 1909, At 11 o’clock A. M. They will appear before the Highways Commis sion of Baltimore County and ask for the pas sage of an order on a petition praying for the al teration of Roland avenue by widening said Ro land avenue as follows: To alter Roland avenue in the Ninth Election District of Baltimore county by widening It to the width of 120 feet from its intersection with Beechdale road to its intersection with Deep Dene road, a distance of 1225 feet, and by widen ing it to a width of 92 feet from Its intersection with Deep Dene road to its intersection with Lake avenue, a distance of 4720 feet. A plat showing the portions of the abutting property which it is proposed shall be taken by said wid ening will be filed with said petition. The said portion of Roland avenue to be widened as aforesaid between Beechdale road and Lake avenue, abuts on the property owned by Karlie Dickinsou, William Schaufferand Lil lie Scbauffer. Trustees, etc.; Daniel Hutchin son and Annie E. Hutchinson, his wife, Eliza beth Thompson, Rose C. Harksey, mortgagee; William G. Horn and Maru E. Horn, his wife, Thomas Davis and Josephine Davis, bis wife, Merryman Ensor, Vincent DePasquale and Grace DePasquale, Joseph Seward, mortgagee ; Virginia B. Jones, John H. Duncan, assignee ; Edgar A. Laws, Security Btorage and Trust Com pany, mortgagee ; James I. Bealmear, Alexander I. W. Jackson and Kate E. Jackson, his wife, Bernard N. Baker. Trustee for Mary H. Braden baugb; Alexander A. Banner, C. Urban Smith, Mary E. Watkins, Provident Savings Bank.mort gagee ; William B. Fallon and Florence G. Fal lon, bis wife. The Syndicate Land Company, George Heavel, Provident Bavings Bans, mort- r gagee ; Alexander A. Sanner, Thomas A.Sbelton and Maggie L. Shelton, his wife, John C. Polster, Anna Imwold and Henry Imwold, her husband. Royal Oak Perpetual BuildiDg Association of Baltimore city, mortgagee; Robert C. Rich mond. Roland Park Company of Baltimore city. The Loyola Perpetual Building Association of Baltimore city, mortgagee; Central Savings Bank of Baltimore, mortgagee; The Board of School Commissioners of Baltimore county. A1 fred R. L. Dohme, Mercantile Trust and Deposit Co. of Baltimore and Andrew H. Reid, and Henry F. Held, trustees under the will of Andrew Reid, mortgagee, Roland Park Company of Balti more city, mortgagee; Amanda E. Glatfelter, Clara C. Moul, Charles E. Moul, her husband, William L. Glatfelter, Katbryn R. Glatfelter, his wife,Nellie I.Glatfelter, L.Romaine Glatfel ter.heirs of Philip H.Glatfelter, Jno. A.Dushane, agent; Henry 8. Dulany. Allen L. Carter and Morville H. Carter, trustees; Robert H.Jenkins, Francis A. White, William A. House, Harriet C. Armstrong. Gamble Latrobe, Jennie M. Kimball, Eutaw Savings Hank, mortgagee; Ella V. Hollo- , way, widow; Virginia Leslie Holloway and , Charles T. Holloway, Jr., infants: Lydia A. Harmilt, Mary B. Andrews, Anna D. Andrews, Louis J. Burger, Elizabeth R. Burger, Susan E. Stuart, Carrie V. Dubreuil, A. Bradley Gaither, , morttagee, Charles T. Bagby, mortagee. Wil- . liam B. Fallon. Edwin Hebden, Thomas H. Smith, 8. O. Larkins, Henry Imwold, Charles F. Corning. Walter Dowall. J. C. Bond, B. W. Wool ford, Frank V. Coggins, John P. Baer, Wilbur F. Spice. George R. Neilson, W. G. Rascb, N. B. I Rascb, Joseph F. Sheppard. A. R. Hyatt. I. 8. George Wolf, John w. Pulis. Walter J. King, Howard S. Bokee, Francis H. Shallus, T. Spence Creney, Harry E. Perry, William A. Gault, J. . Arthur Limerick, George F. Patterson, C. W. 1 Luederitz. [Apl. 3—3 t RANTED . < A man with a wife and two young children i WANTS A PLACE ON A FARM where he can ( make himself generally useful. Has had expe- s rience. Apply to Miss MILLB, 1 Southern District of Federated Charities. ] C. & P. Phone—South 253-y. Baltimore, Md. Mch. 20—3 t 21tisceXXanc0tts. John B, Keplinger, Solicitor, Late Building, Baltimore, Md. Henry J. Broening, Solicitor, 230 St. Paul Street , Baltimore, Md. John G. Nagengast, Solicitor, 112 East Lexington Street, Baltimore, Md, TRUSTEES’ SALK —OF VALUABLE FEE-SIMPLE DWELLING PROPERTY. On the South Side of Hamilton Avenue, East of Harford Turnpike, Hamilton, Baltimore County, Maryland. By virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court for zSßkßaltimore county, in Equity, the under- SSt signed. Trustees, will offer for sale, by S 2&, Public Auction. ON THE PREMISES, on Tuesday, April 20th, 1909, At 4 o’clock P. M„ THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROPERTY: ( Beginning for the same at a stake in the first outline of the land purchased by Mrs. Anna Maria Studenmayer, and at tbo west corner of Lot No. 6, and running tbence and bounding on said outline as measured on the ground north 38k degrees west forty-nine feet to the south corner of Lot No.B;thence bound ing thereon north 3914 degrees east two hun dred and fourteen and two-tenths feet to a stake at the southwest side of Tames lane ; thence bounding on said lane 3811 degrees east fifty feet to a stake at the north corner of Lot No. 6; tbence bounding on Lot No 6 south 39X degrees west two hundred and fourteen and three tenths feet to the beginning. Sub ject to an alley in the rear ten leet wide for use in common along Staudenmayer’s lane. Improved by a TWO-STORY AND ATTIC FRAMECOTTAGE. TERMS OF SALE.—One-third cash, balance in six and twelve months, or all cash at purchaser’s option; deferred payments to bear interest trom date of sale and to be secured to the satisfaction of the Trustees. A deposit of one hundred dol lars (*100.00) will be required from purchaser on day of sale. expenses adjusted to the date of sale. JOHN B. KEPLINGER, l Trl]stpp „ HENRY J. BROENING. i lrUßtees ’ THOMAB C BIDDISON, Auctioneer. Mch. 27—ts J, Howard Fox and W. Gill Smith, Attorneys at Late, Second National Bank Build ing, Totcson, Md. TRUSTEES’ SALE —OF— VALUABLE AND DESIRABLE —REAL ESTATE At Perry Hall, Eleventh Election Dis trict, Baltimore County, Maryland. Under and by virtue of the power and au thority vested in them by a decree of the Circuit Court for Baltimore county, sitting in Equity, t passed on the llth day of March, 1908, in the case of M. Catherine Rje vs. *2? j Lankam et al„ the undersigned, Trustees, will offer for sale at Public Auction, ON THE PREMISES, on Monday, April Sth, A. D, 1909, At the hour of 3 o'clock P. M„ ALL THAT DESIRABLE FEE-SIMPLE PROPERTY. SITUATE AT PERRY HALL, IMMEDIATELY ON THE BELAIR ROAD, AND ALBOON THE FORGE ROAD, containing and laid out tor 24 ACRES, 2 ROODS AND 10 SQUARE PERCHES OF LAND, Being all and the same land as conveyed by Robert Purviance, Jr., and others to Nicholas Stauber, by deed dated the 27th day of June, 1866, and recorded among the Land Records of Baltimore county, in Liber J. H. L., No. 50, folio 168, Ac. The Forge road divides this property, about 5 acres being on one side and about 19 acres on the other side. The latter referred to tract is Improved by a Stable: there are no im provements on the 5 acres. The property will be offered in lots of 19 acres and 5 acres, and then offered as a whole, and be sold for the highest dollar. The land is in a good state of cultivation and is especially adapted for the purpose of trucking. Tbe neighborhood is excellent, the location is convenient to Churches, Schools, &e„ and altogether a most desirable property. TERMSOF SALE, AS PRESCRIBED BY THE DECREE, ARE—One half cash on ratification of sale, balance in 6 months, or all cash, at tbe option of the purchaser; deferred payment to bear in terest from day of sale. If sold in lots SIOO will be required as a cash de dosit on the smaller lot and *l5O on the larger lot. And if sold as a whole a cash deposit of *250. Taxes and all expenses adjusted to day of sale. J. HOWARD FOX. I Tr „ otppo W. GILL SMITH, [Trustees. GEORGE A. WALTER, Auctioneer. Mch. 13—ts David G. Mclntosh, Attorney at Late, Totcson, Md. TRUSTEE'S SALE —OF— * VALUABLE LEASEHOLD PROPERTY in Govanstown, Baltimore County, Md. By virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court for JKM Baltimore county, in Equity, passed in 4& •5T* a cause in said Court on tbe 3d of March.Biia 1909. In which tbe Randallstown Building Asso ciation No. 1. of Baltimore county, is complain ant, and James J. Queeney is defendant, the un dersigned, Trustee, will -ell at Public Auction. AT THE COURT HOUSE DOOR, At tbe hour of 12 M„ On Wednesday, April 14th, 1909, ALL THOSE TWO LOTS OF LAND IN GO VANSTOWN, BALTIMORE COUNTY, One fronting 50 feet od the west side of an ave nue 30 feet wide running south from Homeland avenue and parallel, or nearly so, with the York road, with an even depth of 250 feet, being the same lot leased by James G. Wilson and others to Mary Queeny, 15th June, 1894. (sec Land Rec ords L. M. B. No. 205. folio 324,) and which ad joins the lot leased by the said lessors to Pat rick Murray. AND THE SECOND LOT fronting 9 feet on the west side of said 30-foot avenue, with an even depth of 250 feet, and the same leased by James G. Wilson and others to Mary Queeney 22d January, 1896, (see Land Re cords, L. M. B. 216, folia 405.) and adjoining tbe lot first described. The first lot being subject to the payment of an annual rent of forty (40) dollars, payable half-yearly on the Ist of June and December, and the second lot beling subject to the payment of an annual rent of seven (7) dollars and twenty (20) cents, payable In baif yearly installments. The improvements on said property consist of a comfortable TWO-STORY FRAME DWELLING HOUSE, WITH TWO FRAME STABLES IN HEAR. TERMS OF SALE-CASH. Deposit of *looon day ot sale. BF“Taxes and ground rent adjusted to day of sale. DAVID G. MCINTOSH, Mch. 20—ts Trustee. Elmer J. Cook, Attorney at Late, Second Na tional Bank Building, Towson, Md. PUBLIC SALE -OF GRANGE HALL, IN TOWSON, MD. The undersigned. Attorney for the owners, tfbwill offer at Public Sale tbe TIFT known as gii| GRANGE HALL, IN TOWSON, Situated on the north side of Allegany avenue, on Wednesday, April 7th, 1909, At 12 o’clock M„ ON THE PHEMISES. This property consists of a lot of ground, in fee, having a front of 70 feet on the north side of Allegany avenue, with an even depth of 150 feet, improved by a TWO-STORY FRAME BUILD ING. 50 by 40 feet, with a back ONE-STORY AD DITION. 20 by 40 feet. This property is situated within three blocks of the car tine and within two blocks of the Court House Square. There is also shedding for horses extending across the rear of said lot. The build ing can be easily converted into a Dwelling House or intoa Store and Dwelling House. Said property being more particularly described in a deed from Harrison Rider to Elizabeth R Ste venson, Johanna Worley aDd Linda M. Rider, dated May 13th, 1904, and recorded among the Land Records of Baltimore county, in W. P. C No. 276. folio 302, See. TERMS OF SALE.—One-third cash on May Ist, 1909,and tbe balance in six and twelve months from day of sße, or all cash on May Ist, 1909. at the option of the purchaser; deferred payments to bear interest from May Ist, 1909, and to be se cured to the satisfaction of the undersigned. At torney. A cash deposit of *IOO will be required of the purchaser at the time of sale. Possession will be given on May Ist, 1909. or prior thereto upon the payment of one-telrd the purchase money. ELMER J. COOK, Attorney for the Owners. JOHN V. SLADE, Auctioneer. [Mch. 27—ts Good opportunity FOR INVESTMENT. Owing to the death of one of the owners of the property, ONE OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL LY LOCATED CEMETERIES in the vicinity of Baltimore (incorporated 1891) is offered for sale. It contains 17* ACRES, has no waste ground, aDd is fully developed. Lots 16x20 feet selling from *IOO to *225 each, according to loca- ' tlon. Inspection of Grounds and Books invited, i For further Information address. PROSPECT HILL CEMETERY CO„ Mch. 27—4t] Towson, Md. ,piiscsXlanjOttß. John E. Gontrum, Attorney at Law, Law Building, Baltimore, Md. TRUSTEE’S SALE —OF A - Farm, Situated on tlie Road Lead ing from the York Road to Honkton, About One-Half Mile from the York Road and About IK Miles from Monkton. Underand by virtueof theauthority contained in a decree of the Circuit Court for Bal- JW fiilil timore county, in Equity, passed in the*?? case of Alexander R. Mitchell et ai. vs. EmilyC. Mowell et al., and by virtue and in pursuance of a subsequent order of said court, passed in said cause, directing the undersigned,Trustee, to re sell the hereinafter described property at ihe risk of the former purchaser, who failed to com ply with the terms of sale, tbe undersigned. Trustee, will offer for sale, at Public Auction. AT THE COURT HOUSE DOOR, in Towson-’ town, Baltimore county, on Wednesday, April 14th, 1909, ' At the hour of 11 o’clock A. ALL THAT TRACT OR PARCEL OF LAND situated on the road leading from the York turn pike to Monkton, and about, one-half mile from the York road and about IK miles from the vil lage of Monkton, on the Northern Central Rail road, containing 85 ACRES AND 55 SQUARE PERCHES OF LAND. MORE OR LESS, being the same land which was conveyed by Alexander R. Mitchell and wifo to Frederick D. Mitchell, now deceased, by deed dated July 30. 1898, and recorded among the Land Records of Baltimore county, in Liber N. B. M„ No. 234, folio 364, &c. Tbe improvements consist of a TW P STORY FARM HOUSE, BARN, WAGON SHED, GOOD STABLING. HENNERY AND OTHER OUTBUILDINGB. About 70 acres of the farm can be cultivated, the balance being: wooded. The soil is partly clay and loam and in a good state of fertility. The fields are well watered, especially the lower part of the place. There is a thriving young orchard of apple trees on the property and also a supply of good water, &c. The village of Heieford is about 1# miles dis tant and contains stores, churches, schools. Ac. TERMS OF SALE.—One third cash, balance in six and twelve months from the day of sale, credit payments to bear interest fiom the day of sale and to be secured by notes of purchaser, en dorsed and secured to the satisfaction of the un dersigned. Trustee ; or all cash, at option of pur chaser or purchasers. , BP" A cash deposit of two hundred and fifty dollars (*250.00) will be required of the purchaser on day of sale. ALEXANDER R. MITCHELL, T. C. BIDDISON, Auctioneer. TrUßtee - Mch. 20—ts , Richard Bernard A- Son. Solicitors, Central Savings Bank Building, Baltimore, Md. ATTORNEY’S SALE —OF— A MOST DESIRABLE SUBURBAN DWELLING, The Home of the Late Anna M. Mc- Lanahan, on Charles Street Avenue? Convenient to Woodbrook Sta tion, Maryland and Penngyl nia Railroad, and the Lake Roland Electric Cars. By virtue of the power contained in two mort gages from Anna M. MeLanahan to the Loyola J&* Perpetual Building Association of Bal-Mft city, duly recorded among theHai Mortgage Records ot Baltimore county, the un dersigned, Attorney named in said Mortgages, will sell at Public Auction, ON THE PHEM ISES. on Monday, the 19th day of April, 1909, At 4 o’clock P. M., ALL THAT LOT OR PARCEL OF GROUND SITUATE IN BALTIMORE COUNTY, AND DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: Beginning for the same in the centre of Charles Btreet avenue 712 feet 5 inches northerly from the northernmost outline of tbe whole ground belonging to the Maryland & Pennsj Ivania R. H. Company, and running thence northerly, front ing on the centre of Charles street avenue 225 feet with a depth easterly of about29Bfeet to the west side of an avenue 20 feet wide, improved EAHGETWOS TO R Y AND ATTIC FRAME COTTAGE, containing 14 rooms, with all mod ern improvements.Stableand outhouses: in fee simple. property being in close proximity to tbe country houses of Messrs. Cochran. DeFord and Diffenderffor. should commend itself to per sons desiring a suburban home in a refined neigh borhood. TERMS OF SALE.-One-third cash, balance with interest and security, in six and twelve months; or all cash at tbe purchaser’s option. *9“ A deposit of *250 win be required of the purchaser at the sale. RICHARD BERNARD, Attorney. PATTIBON & GAHAN, Auctioneers. Mcb. 27—ts By Pattlson Gahan, Auctioneers, 7 East Lexington Street, Baltimore, Md. ADMINISTRATORS’ SALE —OF— All the Hemainlng Antique Furniture, Oil Paintings, Engravings, Bric-a-Brac, Crockery, Sic., Horses, Carriages, Harness, Farming Implements, &c., Contained In “THE MORTON PLACE,” Hillen Road, Opposite Arlington Avenue. Monday, April Sth, 1909, .., ~, „At 11 o’clock A. M„ We will sell as above: FINE <>LD MAHOGANY FURNITURE, CONSISTING OF CHAIRS, BOOKCABEB, STATUETTES. TABLES. ‘ B f STANDS, WHITE AND GOLD DINNER SETS, CARPETB, IW WARDRuBES, BEDS. WASH ?TA I Sr?S’^ DH^ AUB ’ 01-L PAINTINGS. EN GRAVINGS, and contents of Pantry, Servants’ rooms. Kitchen and Creamery. Con tents of Hot House, Palms, Rubber Plants, See. also, HORSES, ONE KENTUCKY BROOD MARE. A 6 yrs. old: 1 BLOODED LhjfNElON. Broadtread Farm fTP*& family Carriage, Brougham, . 11 ■ f J, Park Phaeton, Victoria, Drag. Runa bm-t’ Cider Press, Plows, Sleigh, Double and Single Harness, Blankets. Ac. TERMS OF SALE-CASH. GEORGE R. WILLIS. „ . „„ . , EDWIN G. BAETJER, Mch. 27—ts] Administrators. By William M. Risteau, Auctioneer, Towson, Md. PUBLIC SALE - OF— HORSES AND CATTLE, -REGISTERED O. I. C. HOGS, Wagons, Farm Machinery and Implements, Etc., Etc. The undersigned, having rented his farm and Intending to retire from farming, will sell at Public Sale, ON THE PREMISES, near Rogers Station, Green Spring Valley, on Thursday, April Sth, 1909, At 1 o'clock P. M.. regardless of weather, The following Personal Property, viz: IVERY FINE LARGE MARE, will work f anywhere, fine leader; 1 three-year-old JL COLT,well broken to harness.will be very large : 1 Thoroughbred DRIV ax XU IJ-yfNING MARE, perfect in har-IAJLF' (TT4, ness, not afraid of anything; lliUkg ■ ■ good COW.fresh May 10th ; 1 HeWeH, fresh September 14th; 1 very large O. I. C. Regis tered Boar, 15 months old; 1 very large 0. 1. C. Registered Sow. 15 months old; 5 fine O. I. C. Shoats. 1 fine Basket Cart, built In London: 1 Brake Cart, good as new; 1 Germantown, 1 four horse Wagon, 1 Wagon Bed, good as new; 1 good Hay Carriage. 1 McCormick Binder. 1 McCormick Mower. 1 Grain Drill, 1 Hay Rake, 1 Cutting Box. 1 Corn Planter, 1 Corn Worker, Plows. Harrows, Cultivators. 1 Davidson Steam Pump, 2 220 Cy pher Incubators, good as new; 1 Steel Roller,in good order; 1 Davis Swing Churn, 1 Swill Hogs head and Fixtures,etc. TERMS OF SALE—CASH. Nothing to be re moved from the premises uDtil settled for. C. DEVRIES, Agent. At the same time and place the under signed, tenant on the property, •" will sell at Public Auction the fol- HOUSEHOLD FCRNI-ITI sjHKSTURE. &c„ Including 1 Oak Bed * room Suit and Bedding, 1 Iron Bedstead and Bedding. 1 Cot, 1 Dining-room Suit, consisting of 1 Buffet, 1 Table. Chairs, 1 Couch, 1 Drop-head Sewing Machine. 2 Kirchen Tables, 4 Rocking Chairs, lot of K Itcben Chairs, 1 Kitchen Dresser, 1 Ingrain Carpet. 13x13 feet, good as new; 2 good Floor Mattings, 1 large Cook Stove. 1 large Air tight Stove, 1 Oil Heater, 1 good Toilet Set, lot Dishes. Glassware, Lamps, Cooking Utensils, Glass Jars and Crockery ware and other articles too numerous to mention TERMS OF BALE—CASH. HARRY E. BLAIR, Mch. 27—tsj Owner.