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EVKST FRIDAY BY ■ 'ltalic Advocate Companj B i rtVri | '- <T,K - MAB * LA! '“ > m poMofllee Wfgtmlniter, mfi 5-Olce .kookl " "1 H EAI >v ()CATH," nit Tear; 75 cant* for 4,1 I'litr fur tliree moutlit ■f&fl - B , DI FFENDAL. Manager. tfERKCON, OCT. 13. 1922 b^bhiefs I w ;; 1 in- in Meadow i Ini: rli tomorrow. B |S -| tim ulil lellow. lie Bv't; li..:.iii. v for I Hr Hunks :iml B ...di'ininmi Has sent out mi' ' „ cholera anions the Keen-.-, w,-s. cans. fl , „ a. el Tannery, was iial in Haltiniore tor ■ as killed 11 turkeys on B Mrs -I W- Solloxvay. near ■ ... I! Si ha.-tier. Bennsylvania ■ ; ;,' v jn \,-u York, this week on j^E rll *un* ■ , M,. .1 Willmr Warner ami B-./T.,;'.. li'i'lae. 11l 111 We.ll.es (■•• . ||. Til Is m (1 , broken on Alon ■ ' <.akine rain fell Ihrollgh- B i ’ "mil I '■ 'lon.lay ami Tiles. lay B v\ .-.-k s ill v spell. ■ , Ann.l.l. filarlollsville. , cud U ill! his motll- .ail Aniobl. I’iTiiisylvallia Bn John llla r anl. years old. |( . nil!. • ninmilU‘<l suicide H.''," -la-liiu: liinisi'.f willl a ,|„ sfierine I ruin jH n.r some months. a ill oinobite willl ■ a,'-. Wilmi r Sloops, ol Be ,„uim. was lined sl2o and Hi ... Mat:i-lrate foitrsey. 9 t|l ,l Mr- \||,.-rt 1,. Davis. Hast ■ 1 ;i yesterday for a two , : .j ,i Air. and Airs. Win. 11. ,d A'llialld. Ohio. p ;i :i, School will hold a Hal- B I. S iri.i 1 Oil Hallowe'en night. at B ne,id Hal. Kverx liody eome and B lie i-v.nill- will, your H lends. ■■ . i Myers and Ellza- B till, my. are .spending B .aii 1 1:i\ - wiili ’.rieinls in Haners- B a ..iid vis.mis til.* Fair. ■ U; -.alii ■' to in* si veil in lieiieUl ia j.. r min > I.iitlieran t linreh at ■ Ci.r.l. Tuesday l.m. was postponed Tuesday. Hi toiler 1". -aarnagi* liecn-e was issued ill a .re Moinlai 10 frank 11. Gra -11:1.11 Bridge. and frames K pnieni of apples from the ■ .mil. lawan* Peninsula lints B e liar total 1.134/..SS baskets, willl ss.jsl baskets lor tin ■ s-,nmilina. period last year. ■ a .01.1 Mrs. .1 Waller Cetly. of ■ Wind.or. all ended the golden Ba.o-i-a 1 v of Mr. and Mrs. Philip ■Ti-e Frederick. Sunday. Mrs. < Jetty Bi il.nishier of Mr. and Mrs. Itirley. Bilairi Perry lias been assigned as lulmier mi Hie milk train ft'inm ■Lull bridge ;.i Halt iniore. Me lias Bn-n Malinped at Hanover. Pa., for B :i> |' years. I Inna- M. Moleswortli, aged 71 years. ■ dat the loinie of her son. Burney ■ ilesivoith. Mi. Airy, October lb ■ ait-ral servires were held today in hi Meiliodist Episcopal Church. Itiirnn-iii in the adjoining cemetery. I IV. I) Voelker. an employee of the I • 'itii Maryland Railroad shops in Imrsiow n, was severely injured B'-'lav when a Ton-pptind car wheel Bi. from a era ne in the shops upon is. ..I his h its, erusliing it. I Du* hill on the New Windsor road, ■s Hu- i if v limits, is badly in need ol I a.linage system. Il is said, that [ l,- ii it rains tlie water ases the road ■ if. i-oiir.e instead of drain on the I-'* due in improper grading. I Wiliam Myers, of Betterton, arrest - I near Klktou. Saturday, eharged l'!i driving an automobile while in ■'Haled, was released from tile I any jail under S3PP bond for a luring. 111 bile assisting his sons in their I ary at Havre de Grace August I " iiiold. 7.5 years old. got a hand I ‘glit in Ihe dough-mixer and it was hadlv crushed it had to be ampu “led. ri ‘e I n ion Bridge Bus line resting sehedule Monday with a greal "‘I uf satisfaction to Mr. \V. E. Con Proprietor. Mr. Ellis Bowers * eliarge of Hie route. ‘in* Ladies’ Aid Society of Pataps Meiliodist Episcopal fiiunh wii ‘" l| l a ehielten supper Saturday ’•lining, October 14, in the vacate "’“si* of Brother Charles Taylor. His>t*s Anna Ray Reaver and Hen *' Mathias, near Westminster, win i’* been at franklin Square Ilos '*"• Baithiiorc, to have tlteir tonsil; '“"Veil, have returned home ver; " Ul 'ii improved. I '"'e, the cause of which could no •■‘scertaineij, Frida v mtuliv desrfoy ' 'He two-story frame dwelling, sit j' 1 ’" 1 * nhout one mile south of Lewis ,' ,v '•**• "Hii h the late Alexander Rams '“K Hen aea tiled to the Central Tins ‘"'ipanv. to he held in trust for hi *' u, tier r, Ramshiirg. The los , ‘ am °uut to probably $3,00u, parti by insurance. #v grade class of Westminster I p High School, will hold a luncheon in The High School building on next Wed nesday evening. October is, from 5 to * ? o'clock. Sandwiches, cake, candy. I ice cream, coffee and punch will op sale. Everybody come, Uev. Luther H. Wafer, of Taney-i j town, who has served the Taneytown Lutheran church charge for 14 years. r has been called to the pastorate of the Si. Paul’s Lutheran charges. - York. Pa., recently made vacant hy the death of Rev. Dr. Adam Sfuinpt. The salary is S2OOO a year. j jCharles S. Hahn, of Frederick. Wed nesday afternoon escaped death when ! a huge tree on the property of the Frederick Female Seminary, collaps ed, falling across an automobile in . which Mr. Hahn was riding. The au tomobile was wrecked. Mr. Hahn es caped with a few bruises. 1 Air. and Airs. G. Lowndes Rennet! J and .Miss Harriett Bennett, of Sykes-’ villc, and Miss Mary Sullivan, of Hal- * t timore, left on a motor trip to the ‘ ■ ■ Eastern Shore, where they will spend ■ a week as Miss Sullivan’s guests. The party will camp at a cottage on the ' ; Cox estate, at Perry Hall. Battered into unconsciousness and , a leg fractured hy an angry bull on . the tarm of his brother-in-law. How ard t’liarhold. near Krailton. Pa., is- . , year-old George Hoffman would have 1 been killed had it not been for the 1 intervention of neighbors who heard his cries. I The New York Giants and Yankees received their share of Hie world series money. The Giants split slll.- 2S!t into 25 shares of $44,51 each, while the Yankees divided their total of $74,1112 into 2H shares of $2553 each, the difference between the winning and losing shares being sl-S!S. It lias been rumored that the con-j vids working on the street in I'nion Bridge will lie moved to the building* on Pennsylvania ave„ a former hunk used by them, after the completion of Hie . work in the above town and will work at the grading on Spring .Mills road through the winter as the weather permits. After terrorizing AVilmington. X. (’., for Ik hours and damaging proper ly to the extent of thousands of dol lars. jJ’opsy. the big elephant that es caped from a circus train Monday night, was captured when she hogged 1 in Greenfield Lake, in the outskirts of . the eitv. Jsiiits have been filed for damages. , An accident occurred at the new barn of the Cement Plant. I'nion 1 Bridge, last Saturday in which two . men sustained broken limbs. It hap pened while two brothers Wolfkill. of Hagerstown, were painting the walls of the .structure when the scaf fold broke. Tiie one man also suffer ed an injured hack in addition to a compound fracture of Ills limb. Hall Ueighard. a former hanker, of i of Williamsport. Pa., arraigned on a charge of larceny, waived a hearing for Court lint admitted to the police that he hail been stealing for the pasl 17. years. A search of his home re vealed great quantities of goods, in cluding among other articles, 7'.t neck . ties. 19 fountain pens. 32 pairs of new i gloves, a half dozen sets of ney gar den hose and live new lawn mowers. The body of Mr. T. Fred Boisvert, who died last Friday at his home near f Carrollton, was sent to Baltimore in , an ambulance where it was prepared j , tor burial and later shipped to the home of Mrs. Boisvert, at Willard. X. X. The funeral was held Monday at Ovid. X V. Mr. Boisvert had many s friends in this city and county, who 1 express their deep sympathy for the 1 family. ' Judge Strouss sentenced John F. Daugherty, of Sunhury, Pa., murder . er of his wife, to serve not less than ,* ■ls nor more than 2a years in the . Eastern Penitentiary at labor and to 1 pay a fine of SSOO and cost of prose cution. The Court told him he escap . ed first degree hy a narrow margin. Daugherty shot and stabbed his wife p to death in the Edwin C. Weimer 1 apartments here more than a year * 1 ago. At his trial he pleaded self-de -1 lense. I Those spending Sunday. October 1, at the home of Mr. and Airs. George H Sleiu. of Bachman's Valley, were Mr. j * and Mrs. Charles Keefer and s pi. t Howard, and daughters. Hilda, 7ms.. '1 Catherine Carr, .i Bloom’s; Air and ‘‘ Mrs. Meli Simmons, daughter. Mildred Edith and son, George, Mr. and Mr-,. Charles Strevig, daughter, Pauline. , and son. William, of Snyders'mrg; . ' Mrs. H M. McCreay and son. L-on ard. of Northumberland, Pa.; Herbert * Ibex. Truman Stem, Lee Ibex. Lot nine II Stem, Russell and Chester Doyle. Misses Bertie Lillian and Grac * Stem. ■' Those who visited at the home of Mr and Mrs. R. J. Wantz. Pennsyl •l vania avenue, this city, on Sunday s last were Mr. and .Mrs. Ralph Warner I and Charles Wantz. of York; Mr. and Mrs. David Myers, of Bachman's Val ley; Mr. and Mrs. Aaron .Miller, of *" near Cniontown: Mr. and Mrs. El lt mer Wantz. of Pleasant Valley: Mr. '■ and Mrs. Lee Snyder, of Westminster: s Sterling Snyder and son. Roland, Car roll Myers. Stewart Myers. Masy Mil ler. Margaret Wantz. Grace. Helen ’■ and Eva Miller. May. Edna. Leroy 11 ' and Norman Wantz. All had a very j ' cnjovahle day. it George W. Cameron, chairman of the Republican City Committee, qf 1- Baltimore, declared that a third poli -10 tical party should he organized to s- create a new leadership toward Is American ideals. His remark develop-! •vied from a discussion of the political | unrest this fall and the extreme un eentaintv of party affiliation. The Re nt publican chairman declared the new y- party should he based upon “the t- Americanism of our forefathers,” and s- that the backbone of it should he s- men and women of American Dirtli st and American ancestry, who would is purify political activity by enlisting ss Hie interest of Hie ablest and (test ly j citizens in the business of govern ment. THE DEMOCRATIC ADVOCATEDOCTOBER I :’v I'-*2B y ! Mrs. Jacob H. Handley. West Main ; street, who was reported sick last week, is greatly improved. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Stoner and children, and Mrs. C. B. Stoner, near Sell’s Station, soent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Diffendal, Bond street. A marriage license was isued at Ll licott City to Glen tiowman. Carroll county, and Marie E. Randall, How ard county. Mr. Norman Magins. this city, while riding on a maintenance car Wednes dav. ran over a dog which threw him off, breaking a hone in his wrist. Those that visited Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Selineider last week were Air. Frank Frick. Charles Frick, of New York. Mr. Win. Friek and Mr. How ard Irwin, of Baltimore. Charles W. Warner. colored. Charles street, who is recovering from a ease of grip, wants to express his appreciation to his friends who so kindlv remembered him during his illness. ■Mr. S. C. Stoner. West Main street, is attending the meeting of the 1 nited Lutheran Church Svnod and Lutheran Brotherhood at Buffalo. N. A . Mr. Stoner was selected as a delegate from Grace Lutheran Church. Western Maryland College football aggregation was defeated 31 to “ by Franklin and Marshall pig skin hand lers. at Lancaster. Pa.. Saturday. This is the first .defeat for the home team. They will do better the nexi time. As a result of Federal tests oh the farm of Howard England, near Zion, eight of his in cows were eondemmed on account of tuberculosis, and the entire herd of 1" on the farm of Eu gene Racine, a neighboring farmer, were also condemned. Thomas Jackson, employed hy .lames Wright, a farmer at Village Green. Pa., had a remarkable escape from fatal injuries when a tractor engine, owned hv Wright, which he ,-vas operating. plunged through n plank bridge. Governor Albert C. Ritchie has ap pointed ex-St ate Senator Harvey L Cooper, of Denton. Stale Insurance Commissioner, to succeed I homas J. Keating, of Cenlreville. who was ap pointed \rsoi-iate Judge of the Sec ond Judical Circuit. Despondent over the loss 0! his sight. Frank Pordan. a prosperous farmer, residing at Brainards. N. J.. committed suicide by shooting through the mouth. His wife and daugh ter. hearing the shot, found his body in the cellar. Total registration at Harvard 1 ni versity of 11265 students, hreainkg the previous record of 6073 set last yeat. was announced. The College is larger than ever before with 271a men en rolled. although the freshmen class falls short of the record number that entered in 1021. Enraged because Airs. Joseph Alat * thews refused to elope with him. Charles Al. Shinn, of Philadelphia. Salurdav shot and wounded her and her father-in-law al their home in Cooksfnwn. N. .1.. brought the line on - scions woman to a hospital at I ren tnn and then ended his own life with three bullets in Hie head. When Pearl White, motion-picture actress finished her afternoon’s cin ema thrill-making she returned to her Fortv-nintli street apartment. in I New York, to find a genuine shock awaiting her. Burglars, she told Hie police had gotten into the place dur ing the afternoon and made away with gems and jewels valued at $25.- oon. Harrv Frey, of Bethlehem. Pa., age 36. died from a fractured skull and other inntrios suffered when :i irol lev car hit it lie express team he was driving. The car hit (lie horses and knocked them down. The impact threw Frev off the seal to the Street- One of the horses in attempting to arise trampled on Frey’s face, badly crushing it. Those spending Sunday at the home of Alt. anil Mr j. George Sice., ol B 1. -hman’s Valley, were Air. and Airs. Howard Baker, daughter. Alarie. Cath erine. of Enterp’-ise Air. and Air- Hester of Taylorsville: .Misses Ber tie. Hazel, and Alelvia Farver, of Ne'. ! Windsor: Harry Stem. John Copper smith. Ravmond Coppersmith, Hamp stead: Wr.lter Stem. Baltimore: AVil hnr and Ralph Duvall. Ralph Leese, Wilbur Can - , Earl Smith. Elton Leese. H<*ward < ole. John APclu-l. Lee I’-ex. (blester Doyle. Hernert Ibex. Jos. : Byers and John 7.1 * ,rs. Jr. SVKKSVII.I.E Air. and Mrs. James Rennie, of Bal timore. are visiting Air and Mrs. .las, U. AVeer. Mrs. E. Al. Mellor. Sr., left Saturday for Relax* where she expects to spend the winter. Air. and Mrs. Wm. Shipley and chil dren visited Dr. and Mrs. Smith, at Alt. Airv. Sunday. .Misses Lillian and Effie AVheally spent the week's end in Baltimore. Aliss Elsie Jones has been operated on for appendicitis at the I'niveysity Hospital. Baltimore, and is doing line .at this writing. Airs. Alary McDonald and family have moved into their new home in j Sykesville. j The officers and superintendents of the W. C. T. IT. lor the coming year are, president. Airs. John Harris; vice presidents. Mrs. Levi Barnes and Airs. D. B. Sprecher; corresponding secre tary, Airs. Wm. H. Bennett, record ling secretary. Airs. Wm. Shipley: 1 treasurer. Mrs. Win. Chipley; sttper jintendent Mother’s meetings, Mrs. Ar thur Brown; superintendent of Pow er and mission work. Mrs. James A Weer and Miss Anna Randall; su -1 perintendems of soldiers’ relief. Mi’s I Leonard Jones. * Alis Ethel Jones, who is a student 1 at State Normal school, spent the I week’s end with her parents. Air. anil ; Mrs. Wm. M. Jones. Miss Julia Betts, of New York, was a visitor to friends here last week Mr. and Mrs. Lowndes Bennett ' Miss Harriett Bennett are spending l several days on Eastern Shore. Mrs. .1. X. Morris entertained the senior card dull last Friday. Mrs. James Ridglcy is visiting hct r sister. Mrs. DeVries Cassard, of Fort Hamilton. N. Y. ISUt Bit OF EDLTATION MKEETS The regular meeting of the Board of Kdueation was called t<i order in the office of the Board on Wednesday. . October 4th. at 10. SO a. m. All com initisiottets were present. , The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and approved. All bills presented to the Board ■ were approved and ordered paid. The list of ihe teachers' appoint ments and their resoeetive salaries ■ was presented to the Board and ap proved. The report of the Auditor was ap • proved and authorized to lie tiled witli ' the minutes. Bequests for contributions to local ' funds raised for Hilaries, etc. were ' presented to the Board, which con tributed #lO to the amount a 1 reactv raised in each rase: Park Hall. Vera Fowler. $t!S. school and playground equipment. ’.VesT End. Ethel Manahan. S7O. ii . brary, etc. Sindvmonnt. K. Cora Lambert. $lO, lilirary. I Detour. Bern Bowman. SBO. play • ground equipment. Wisner. Ruth Stonier. $17.05. school > and playground equipment. Alt. Vernon, .loan Ferguson. sls. school equipment. The vacant scholarships were awarded as follows: Western Mary ' land College. Paul I.eatherman. Man ' Chester: St. John's College. William Musselman. Manchester: Marylamt ■'institute. Mary Cunningham. Wcst ■ minster’ Charlotte Hall. Harold Buf fo rd. I'pon further report of the tuition , situation existing between Howard county and Carroll eounlv and the . neglect of the Board of Kdueation oi , Howard county to pay the hill. Presi , dcut Waul/, and Superintendent Ung er were appointed as a committee to lake the necessary legal action to - compel Howard county to pay its tu ition bills still outstanding. A delegation representing the P. 0. S. of A. Camp No. T. Pleasant Vd - ley. appeared before the Board and - presented a resolution passed by the i order, that it would sell the building at Pleasant Valley now used for 5 school purposes for s4opo. or rent > said building for $l5O per school year. • lease to run for one year only. After 1 a thorough discussion, the Board of ■ Kdueation informed the committee r that it would rent Ihe building lot one year at said price, providng the first lease would he extended for eighteen months, or for a period of six months in order that the lease might not ex ' phe in the middle of the school year r as heretofore. : Commissioner Allender and the t>u ' perintendent were given the authority 1 to secure a new Ford car. in ex change for the old car. for the use of, . the colored supervisor; the cost of tile same to he taken out of the col- Ired Industrial Fund. I President Want/ and Superinten -1 dent I'nger were appoint'd as a com . mittee to adjust settlement with D. . Frank Haifley with respect to the , erection of the portable buildings. A committee consisting of commis sioner Slingluff and Superintendent e Unger was appointed to investigate -•wire at the I.inwood seool property r and request their removal if found i necessary. < President Want'/, reported to the e Board that several car loads of coal - had been purchased from the William v R. Serna ns Company, and delivered to - various schools in the county. The following trustees were ap pointed to various schools: Morelock. e Harry Weller, Harry Young and l * Charles Frock. New Windsor, colored, Edward K Jackson. Grant Brightful and John ■ Jackson. 1 Bids for the installation of the heating plants at Mechanicsville and [> New Windsor were submitted to the ' Board. The hid of Knsor and Graybill. New Windsor, amounting to $984.00. P being the lowest bill, was accepted by , the Board and the contract awarded. ; with the understanding that those heating plants are to he completed by the first of November and all work .. done according to specifications. At -1 ter the completion of the same, the .. Superintendent was authorized to se cure the services of a competent per son to inspect the plants before ac . ceptancf by the Board. ’’ The Board adjourned at 12.05 p. m. HAVE DEMONST RATION AT .LANCASTER. In resoonse to a call from Lancas -- ter Y. M. C. A., a dress form making >. team of Westminster, spent Friday demonstrating to the club clothing y leaders the method of making that d very useful device tor all sewers. Mrs. .1. Edgar Myers. Mrs. Guy Nils- I- I haiini. Miss Edna Krb and Mrs. Grum it bine were the members for the team and they report a wonderful trip, y They were surprised on arriving to find tiie meeting well advertised and d admission of fifty cents charged. They y were all royally entertained bv the e Y. M. C A. A dress form was made which was placed in the lobby of y their beautiful building, n Pennsylvania lias not yet been ini tiated in the uses of the dress form if and the women were glad to pass the r news along. em m 5 STONE CHAPEL, i- Sunday school 10 a. in. October 15. ; Revival service at 8 p. m. Pro •- traded services every evening this - week and next week, except Monday -i night. The Men's Bible Class of New i.iWinditr Methodist Episcopal enurcb i-:W’’.l slug October 15 and 19. A -,vei -5. 1 c >n:e t* all. lien ember the -l ie Society •*'atur it day, October 14, 2 p. in. at the home e < i Mrs. Walter Hannan, near New d j Windsor. I Mr. Herbert Ora wilier, near War is | fieidsbnrg, who is sick with summer i grip, is improving, d kk number ef people ia this eom- O. 5.447 EQUITY. i In I lie Circuit Court for Carroll County. | In the matter of the Trust Kstate of Charles 15 j Schwart/.. Kmory A. Schwartz, Welhnjrton S. i Kittaiu- and IMwanl O, Wennt, Trustees, tlrdereti this loth day of October. A. D.. 1522. 1 that the private sales of the real estate made and , si ported in the above entitled cause by Kmory A. 1 Schwartz, Wellington S. Hittase and Edward O Weaut, Trustee', underand by virtue of a deed 1 of trust from Charles B, Schwartz to them, duly ■ execute I and recorded, be finally ratified and 1 confirmed unless cause to the contrary thereof be , shown on or before the loth day of November. ' nel. provided a cot>y of this order be inserted .n : .some newspaper published in Carroll County, 1 Maryland, for threesueeessive weeks previous to i the Slh day of November, next. * The report states the amount of private sales . of real estate to be 511.U00.00. * EDWIN M. MELI.OK. Jr,. Clerk. True Copy, Test: ocftt-4t EDWIN M MELLOR. Jr.. Clerk. nninity have crflils. Our long liioked for rain came at last. • The farmers are Imsy seeding anti 1 husking corn. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bankerd are happy over the birth of a little girl. Its name is Doris Jeanette. Si NBAV St IIDDL IDMhVMDV j Tiie publishers' exhibit in the ’ Chapel of the First Methodist Epis- ' ropal Church, on the occasion of the Maryland Sunday School Slate Con vention. October IS to 20, will In” the best ever seen in Maryland. Books of every description within the Sunday | School. Church and Missionary field j will he on display. Material advertis ing special days in Sunday School work, the best Cradle Roll. Home De partment, Adult Class material, etc., will he available. The great pageant entitled “The Lamp", to he presented in the Asso-i ciatc Congregational Church Wednes day evening, will he a two-fold rev-, elation: first, of I lie supreme values of Religious Education: secondly, the tremendous teaching value of the. Pageant. Pastors, parents anil teach ers should make a special effort to see it. Rev. Joseph Clark. D. D.. State Superintendent, of New York Sunday School Association, will conduct c.in ferences on School Administration and Adult Work in the Local School. His great address on "The Pathway to Power” will he given before the en tire convention. Dr. Clark is Known among writes as "Timothy Standby", under which pseudonym he has writ-, ten books :md pamphlets for many vea rs. Sunday schools are urged to elect delegates. But all other Sunday school people are also invited. The conven tion is tree to all no enrollment fee] will he charged. Baltimore is making great preparation for the entertain ment of at least 1000 delegates from ■ the counties. The quota of this county is SO and j the County Sunday School Organiza tion is making special effort to have its whole quota of delegates present and go over the top. - m s(■.oo I'm- a ( hair. Six hundred of the newspaper men of the United Stales, gave one dollar each to pay for a chair made from some of the timber used in tiie con struction of "The Revenge." a small ship used in fighting the British in , the War of 1812. It was presented to the President by Senator Capper, of Kansas. i g? gg 11 BABYLON LIPPY CO.|| : | Say: Have You Bought Your Overcoat I I For Winter? I S ’ % $ I IVe Have Them, All New, No Left- | I Overs. Prices $16.50, SIB.OO And | | $25.00 For a Full Plaid Backilp-To- I | The-Minute Overcoat. | ; H $22.50 Comfort Challies and ||| 45S This is llu* price for oil worsted suits for men v>of/\no and young men. Xot a cassimere in the lot. New VIvIUIW ! 1/6/2 patterns. Hand made eoats. young men's models in A new assortment of (-bailies yard wide ISc. New JC blue, hrown with neat stripe, they are wonders til I patterns cretons 25e. , n Baskets For Holiday Time _ I .anies l/ICSSCS Just received a novel assortment of baskets suit- sj& ' I alile for holiday sifts. Shopping Baskets, Sweet ], 1 We have them all heat when it comes to price Brass Baskets, Decorated Baskets. hS* and style on ladies' dresses. This is our lirst sea- w-v j * . 1 fj son with tire*res. We are showing something at UCCOratCCI IVI.OtcLI OOX6S fill . prices $7.50. $12.50, $15.00. 1 1 A new assortment ot decorated Metal Boxes, -SU * i* f /~ . J C *x. Waste Baskets. Vases. Crmli Trays, Lunch Baskets Sr g Ladies Loats and omts for school children. Well this department is now full .of the very Novelties For Infants m latest in . oats for ladies and children. If you wan. We ca . an uu ~ate department for infants. £ to see something new tn styles give this department (vlln()i( , XoveUips ; nabv Caps. Baity Sacques. W . J®* a look. Full selection of suits for ladies. Sweaters. I’.ootcs, Carriage Belts. 2$ I Outings and Bath Robe Sweater Yams in Hanks | 1 c Sweater yarns in hanks almost 4 ounces to the jgv. ■ C|„ nnolc hank. Black, hrown. white, peacock blue, mode, navy Flannels Itlue. cardinal, bray, all these colors 50c for the Jjg} )B . uh Ko)je Flannels in variety of new designs, hank. Columbia yarns in (iermantown. Floss. Silk & gfe "gj priced" at 5m Hie yard A real heavy outing in checks Wool. Silk Ice. Scotch. Loop, Vigola. Saxony, in all jg and stripes, lights colors 15c. colors. V 1 ‘SPRINGTIME’ I 5 • | IN OCTOBER | MAN FINED $1,500 FDR IU RNING AI I’D. FRANK E. MICHAEL. FREDERICK CDI'NTY. IS REFISKD NEW TRIAL BY (DI RT. Refused a new trial as a hearing Saturday before Chief Ju’lge Ham mond i’rner and Judge Worthington. Frank E. Michael, a farmer living near Frederick, indicted tor conspir acy in connection with burning an automobile, was fined $1,500 and costs. Pending further proceedings Michael was held in $2,000 hail. Harry Frizzell, indicted on the same charge, who pleaded guilty and 'turned State’s evidence, was not sen tenced. Michael was found guilty by a jury a week ago and asked for a now trial. Michael, who was an automobile sales agent and a solicitor for the People’s Insurance Company. Frede -1 rick, sold Mrs. "Willa Kigler. near Mt. Airy, an automobile for $1,580. ac- Icepting s3o as part payment. At the time of the sale ho insured the car with the People's company for |51,550. Later, -while tiie machine was being operated by Harry Frizzell, son in-law of Mrs. Kigler. it caught fire and was destroyed. Michael presented the policy for payment, hut this was held up. After an investigation by State Fire Marshal Pearce. Michael and Frizzell were arrested, charged with being re snonsihle for the loss of the car. On the witness stand Frizzell testi fied that he was summoned by Mi chael to the latter’s home the clay be fore the lire. After a short couversa lion in vegarn to burning the car. M..■'•/-! gave, him a screwdriver and a pair of pincers to short circuit the icar and some gasoline to throw on the tlames. He also promised him a I certain amount of money to do the ' job. ! Near Mount Pleasant, a short dis j tance from Michael's home, the nia | chine caught lire and was burned. * Mrs. Kigler testified that Michael prepared and signed her name to the insurance policy. She added that after the car had burned Michael came to her home and told her not to worry, as she could buy a Ford machine and have enough left to purchase a little home trom the insurance money. Michael, who is til years old and who testified that he owned property worth between $35, pop and $40,000. denied on the witness stand that he had anything to do with the burning the car. He also testified that he was not at home the day before the fire when Frizzell alleged that he called and planned with him to burn the machine. This part of his testimony was cor roborated hy his wife and daughter. Desirable Residence, Store i Stand, Merchandise and Equipment at Private Sale. The long established store of the , late David K. Stem, at Sam's Creek. . Carroll County, including all and fixtures and the adjoining resi . dence. can he purchased at private sale of the Executor. This is one of the most desirable ; business stands and residences In ' Carroll County, equipped with a new Deled Eight System in both store and house. Here a successful general country store was carried on for many vears hy David E. Stem until I his death, and since then the business has been conducted without break and will now be sold, residence and ’ i large store, 21 feet by !ttl feel, with warehouse attached of 12 feet by ltd I feet: complete stock ot merchandise and store fixtures, at private sale as a going. live business stand. Posses sion of entire property will be given I on April 1. 1322. and of store earlier 1 to suit purchaser. For prices and particulars inquire * of .1. F/.UA STEM. Executor. ocll.‘!-ts Westminster, Aid. FOR SALE *, ..For good keeping, quality buy . “Sprayed Fruit”, No. 1 York Impcri . al band picked tipples, (till 1 (. It. FtKil-F. r IMtoiic 115. Westminster, Md. 1 octl2 p __________________ 1 In Europe's trade revival the pray c er reads. "Forgive our debts and we'll i. forgive our debtors.” The Weekly p Review (Shanghai), i Mr. Bryan has cut In's hair Ap s parentiv. lie didn't want to he mis c taken for a flapper.—Asheville Times.