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The Democratic Advocate.
£1.50 PEK ANNUM. .luce and Tydings Elected ■rnce’s Vote !s 20,000 Over France i Wins By 7000 Over Blakeney. ■i l k. I K ell Dime carries Carroll ■" ||h , nc r Senator I raiKc* hy aM j Col. Millard I:. Tydings • ;|(i hack of Congressman p.Henry. liilimt's vole in thiscoiin ■ >crvl mml ionsidrriii" Hie op ’B H,iH>n him hy t lit- "dry ■ 0 - u |m worked hard at Ihe K :l „j seal literal lire lo near H trrv .(tier in the county to r l„ r hlakeney only. I l ong, l.ahor candi rtu'iv,.! ,55 and .lames I . Socialist 20 lor I mted Senator. congress U illiam 11. Cl:.mi Socialist and Diehard A. ot votes 2fi. Amendments were all de Ihe v ide was as follow s: tint. Chapter 7. hy .5.50(1, Sec. - ■ Chapter 2i). hy .517.5 I liird. In 121. s aml I isl ameiulineiil . 275 hy 1.555. (DEMOCRATIC I LANDSLIDE ■Means Control tlie House ■ a Small Majority-Solid ■null) Is Again a Reality— ■ Hilly Democrats Elected fcfiinors Held By Republi ■ W. I ■ in.!n > .oii-'n-.sc., on ■ mull iHies. The Demo ■ i"! ■ 'l' - ha kiniek. il tii ■ "a "1 lil.il' feel, wllile I lie ""ii anil knew thev won hi H !. 1. e the returns iticl il-::! >-il. B : "i i.ece; n,,|- |.; Siniili has heen . ’ H ' an i' of New Vol k li.v one 1 I ■ 'I in.i jorilies ever given ■ i n an "off-yea r" elect ion. , ■ ; T o>,v. Nathan 1.. Miller, lie- i I : ''.innl iniiiiiieis. i \ ■ .I.ones A. Iteeil. I lenaieral. ■ fl ’'• ,1 from .Missouri In aJ' ■ ■ hemoeratie State tiekel *• ■ " "O'-.l n .Nevada. I I "••'dal .litli“ has ;iu:Hn entered OFFICIAL VOTE of CARROLL COUNTY x x x- x • Y- ~ •* v , ~ ~ x x | ; : ; ! I Hiii'il Slal*"* Senator. Cabell Itnin l 112 • sT >;*■ 2Tt nr. ir. 171 212 i.;7 2 ■ in* 27. t :.r, ti ir.r, i:,s i>2 s*i 37 ; i:;t 22.: 217 -;is 11 (,!| 11-ivin Ki-am-.' is* US/Mo:! 67. I2ti 71 63 17., 1 s 2 To 7 M I. i 21 ; !... Mi In: 02, XI • 11! 211 2ni :*.o:: M1..11 U,.\anihVl"lnT(oVev’ 230 t 3 137, 7'l l.iS 130 36 22-i 117. IT. '2 1 ... 12. M 2.S 12, 121 113 1(!S 117, ICS 1 liS ISC 252 267. IONS Mill.int K. Tyilinus 107 *7l 77 73 260 111* 121 1,1 7- 230 i7 i 210 12', 2 ■ 1-7 in 130 122 122 III! 63 7S 103 212 ls 6 3372 I’m Const, Amendment. (’hop. 7 13 1< s * si,. . 1 2n 12. 2! ■ ■ '2 . l<‘> 13 1° 6 * 1. -■> 3-> 23 •‘•.s ■V;ainsi C mst. Ani.inlni.'nt. Clrjii. 7.203 1-75 103 Im. 2- ,, .i 1.,-, !2s 11*2 !•* 1,3 11, in. lie I*3 2. i 32 I 1 ,)*. 122 211 lit, 1 *,li 1,0 3.. l-,s 2.-, 3SCS "" (‘ini Amendin', nt. ('hop. 2o .... s 12. s ~ 2:1 ~ 13 ,0 ji 10 ,i 2,2 c , 12 ii> -, , c I. is 2,0 10 ~11, ■! 'fan: Const. Aini'tulmont. Cliup. 20.1113 150 102 I"-. 223 113 12(1 I 3 32 I-,, .112, 113 lit.*, I 22.* s, 10l 111 21.. In., ICO l-.l I*2 I*l 216 *.!653 l '" c,,„-; Aiii.ii.lm.nl. ( Imp. 111 ...27, 20 23 10 37 Is m 63 I 2.1. 21 s. vs -3 27 ”3 in 12 21 27. 2.3 36 7.3 57,7 '••Minsl Const. Amendment. Chop. 11117. S 131 70 30 IS7. 120 111 17,6 7.S 127 3, 1.7 .2 122 ICS Ml S7 30 21! SI 117 los 70 12S 21 s 2327 Ini- Fewer Fleet i >ns Amendment .... 62 IS 12 2s I, 11. 21 3., 33 1 ’ ■ I< . 03 > I II 7,2 2s 2s 20 Co ~s c. 67 I3SC A 3.1 list Fewer Fleet ions Amendmelii.lSS lis Co 73 177 103 12 112 7.:* In. . I s; til 117 1..C .71 76 5.7 13! 73 106 S 3 .7.7 102 133 2Co I I'm - Cnnsi Am* mlment. Chap. iTH. .• IS 2h !1 Aiiiu- 1 Conct. Amendment, Chap. 275151 1-5 15 ** 210 £1 07 120 41 110 32 loi C, 1 : i. j 46 Co 00 120 76 100 02 1,6 91 ITS —2613 ■ I ■ , Hi aSMIesaK V. ‘ ■ . " T/, ■ .•. , • y.** 'jS'Sklji --Vyor: aMr c' * Is I tile Deiiloeratie fold. Virginia sends a solid Demoerala deli gallon lo Congress for the lir i lime in 77 years. Ileinoeraif make hig gains in West Virginia. Ilemm igits inerease their emigre - sional delegation from Illinois. In Indiana Samuel M. Ralston. de feat ed \. .1. Dever’dge. Uennl.liean, for f. S, Senator. Incoinnlete and nnoiiiei.il returns WESTMINSTER, MI)., FHIDAV AFTERNOON, NOVK.MOEK 10,1922 I HA! HA! HA! I JUST RETURNED WHAT BOLIVEK DELIVERED TO ME IN 1920 ' A&fr- '•'t 'L^ •. front mi of the :r> counti. • tii. State and estimates iroin lie oilier.- show i that the Ifemoera’ >w< ;-i T an - Tllev eieeled tin (iovern.ir .Culled : St a i s Senator, oa of the State I’n . ia nil dies c.nr,mission. ei-!ii of t • n Congressmen and ll.eg’shit .loii.iiliali ,\i. Davis. Ilemoi r.d. wa - eieeled C svennor of K .ii-as I lemoi ra i-■ rI- led -- \e: a I i' a pressmen in !vun- yprni.i. IJepresi nlai iv i Alain w .1 Volstead FOUNDED 1828 itep'.iiiiie.in. chairman of the House .li'di.iar. Ciinimiluc and author of Die prohilii'ion eiiforeement law hear ing his a.no was In rmi i >e S- v i nth .Minne-ola dislri." !>;. Kev. O. ,1. Kvale. running a- an independent. Tin* lit'\i He'av.ar. Da", kit lire will . i i-nviirl; ng'v !feniocrat ie. lai he S.-rooe I. 1 polls .. imis |.i to T.nd in 111. Ilona. 77 in 17 in favor of the ! leJJUMTiIts. \. vv 1 lani| hire e! eli-d a I let: o cratic (Jovernor. Fred li. Ilrown. and 1 leinocra I s gained one of I lie two Con ; ressional seals, latest returns indi eated. Thomas T. Iltiyard. Detnoernt. was elected C. S. Senator of Delaware ov er Senator DuPont. Keiuihliian. .Miss iiessie D. Kilmer. Deinoeral. was elected school superintendent, in Ka lern Panhandle, of West Virginia. • ■ FARM EXHIBIT ANNOUNCEMENT OP PRIZES AND FR:MIUMS WINNERS. Tin- lillli annual I arroll County 11<im<■ ami Karin Exhibit. which open .■<! al tlit* Stall- Armory last Wednes ilay night a week. rli.sc-d Saturday 11 iy:1 11 willi a nuition picture enier tainim-ni anti lecture liy ,\lis> P.aehe l.ir of rlu- Stale Library Association, The most interesting event el the week was the hahy elinie on Thurs day alternoon. when iin babies were weighed and examined and addresses were made by Hrs. Timanus and Ma son. Prizes were awarded in two i lasses babies from li months to 1 year and from 1 to - years old. All the prizes were awarded to slid ba bies. In the first class, a silver cup went to Ruthanna Whitmore, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. John Whitmore, of this city; second prize to Pauline Whitmore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I ml Whitmore, of this city. In tin second class, a silver cup went to Caroline Hell, daughter of Mr. and Virs. Ceorge P.ell, of this city, and second nrize to Itorothv Helen Stev enson. daughter of Frank Stevens n of this city. The following prizewinners an nounced are for first, second and third prizes in the order given; Farm Crops Sugar corn. Hubert Null. Albert S. Burch; while corn. Lewis Hitman. Christopher Sehnable. Hubert Null: pop corn. Sarah Crime-. Camara Si oner. Vernon Smith ; yellow corn. Marion Prough. John M. Myers. Hubert Null: wheat. Cevi l.ee, I. N. Stoner: barter. Vernon Smith. M. T Haines: rve. Vernon Smith: timothy hay. John AI. Myers. Carroll Rinehart; elovir bar, Jesse Nusbaum. K. .1. Rine harl. Carrol Ilinehart; soy bean hay. Carroll Ilinehart. Carroll Ilinehart. IC. .! Rinehart; alfalfa hay. .1. IC. Stoner. I-;. .1. Ilinehart: bnekwjieat. I.evi Lee; Fruit Apples Yorks, Mrs. P.essie Wolfe. .1. M. Myers Mrs. Messie Wolfe: pound atiples. I. N Stoner. J. IC. Stoll ir. Keefer Brandenburg; anv variety, t N. Stoner. I N Stoner. J. M. Myers; Keefer near. J. K. Stoner: best apple : display. Keefer Brandenburg. Vegetables McCormick potatoes. .Albert S. Burch: any varieties. M. K. Slagle. Albert S. Burch. Mrs. Sarah Crimes: sweet potatoes. Mrs. B. Caple. Mrs. Cuv Babylon. Mrs. Jesse Nus bantu: cabbage. ?drs. 1. N. Stoner; beets. Isaac S. Stoner, Jr.: stork beets. .1, IC. Stoner. Lewis Hitman: broom corn. C. B Hornbaker. It. N. Myers. John M Myers: carrots. .1. K. Stoner. Claieme Huvall. Lewis Hitman: tur nips. Hubert Null: red onions. Lewis Hitman. Mrs. Cnv Babylon: vellow onions, il. N. Myers; largest pumpkin. .1. Hitman: best pie pumpkin. Clarence Blaekstone. Clarence Bhn ksl.one. Clar cnee Blaekstone: summer squashe Mrs. .1 Hitman: oyster plants. Mrs Lewis Hitman. Clarence Huvall; pep ners on plant. Mrs. Lewis Hitman: cauliflower. It. N. Mvers. Mrs. Ira Fug lar. Vernon Smith: black walnuts. Miss Hollis Creswell; eggs. Jesse Nus baiim. Lama ra Stoner. Canned Fruit Peaches. Mrs. Ira Kllglar. Mrs. P. A Hanver. Mrs. Ira ICnglar; nears. Miss Martha Smith, Miss Hollis Creswell. Mrs Calvin Startler; plums, Mrs. P. A Hanver; cherries Mrs. Cbas. Klee, Mrs. F i> Cash. Mrs James W Beaebam; apple sauce. Mrs. Frank Stevenson. Mrs P \. Hanver. Mrs. Clarence Huvall: huckleberries. vli P A Hanver: ■ raspberries. Mrs. P A Hanver: straw berries. Mrs Clarence Huvall. Mrs Clarence Huvall: blackberries. Mrs Irving lliibv. Mrs. Waller Crumblin'. Mrs. P A. Hanver: gooseberries. Vva Stoner: nineapple. Mrs. If. A Nils lialini. Miss Ava Stoner. Mae Klee Hartman: rhubarb. Mrs. W. Crum bine. Mrs. James W. Beaebam, Mrs Calvin Startler. Canned Vegetables Tomatoes twhole L Mrs. Irvin Ruby. Miss Ida Wilson: tomatoes (broken). Mrs. Jesse Hollingsworth: beets. Mrs. c. Duvall. Mrs. K. J. Reinhart. Mrs Chits. Klee; corn. Mrs. Sarah llrinies. f Mrs. P. \. Hanver. Mrs. Krna Miller; green string beans. Mrs. Irvin Ruby. Mrs. C. Huvall. Miss Hollis Creswell; wax beans. Mrs. Irvin Ruby. .Viable Wilson. Mrs. Irvin Ruby: soup mix ture. Mrs. C. Huvall. Mrs. Irvin Ruby. Mrs. Ira Knglar: lima beans. Miss Martha Smith. Miss Krna M. Miller; peas. Mrs. Krna M. Miller. Mrs. Rein snitb-r: asparagus. Airs. C. Huvall. Mrs. Walter Crumbine. Mrs. Levere Stem: carrots. Mrs. C. Huvall. Mrs Jesse Hollingsworth. Mrs. Ira Horsey. Jr.: pumpkin. Hollis Creswell. Mrs C. Duvall. Mrs. Reinsnider: cauliflow er. Mrs. Cbas. Peltz. Mrs. C. Huvall: okra. Mrs. J. Hitman. Lard W. W. Myers. Soap Mrs. Howard Hoop. Mrs Howard Roop. Perserves Strawberry'. Mrs. K. O Cash: peach. Mrs. James W. Beaebam. Mrs. Frank Stevenson: pear. Mrs. W. Bovvers. Miss Hollis Creswell: apple butter. Mrs. Erna Miller. Mrs. Irving Ruliy: miscellaneous, Mrs. W. T, AVil son. Mrs. Levere Stem. Mrs. Reinsnid er:. jams Miss Hollis Creswell. Mrs W. T. Wilson. Jellies - Berry jelly. Mrs. Klee Star tier. Airs. AValter Nusbaum. Mrs. A ■/.ile: aninee. Aliss Jenny Hell. Mrs Ira Dorsev: currant. Airs. R. N. My ers; a mile. Airs. B. AVurd. Airs. Klet Hartman; grape. Mrs. Walter Crum bine. Mrs. A Xile: miscellaneous. Airs ('. Stoner. Airs, (trace Hanver. Dried Products Dried corn. Mrs Hornbaker. Airs. J. W. Beaehiim, Mrs K X. Alvers. Pickles and Relishes- Cucumber Mrs. B. Caiile, Airs. W. Crumbine VOL. 59-NO. 21 I watermelon ;iml cantaloupe spiff. Mrs. Cowers. .Mrs. (’lan'nco Duvall. Mis. Frank Stevenson; pear. Mrs. Clarence Duvall: poach pickles, Mrs. •lames \V Beachani, Mrs. Charles Klee onion pickles, Mrs. Frank Stevenson: mixed pickles. Mrs. Walter Grumhine, . Mrs. Amos Warner. Mrs. Charles Klee; chow chow. Mrs. Caple. Mrs. Krna Miller; mustard pickles, Mrs Sarah Crimes. Mrs. .1. W. Iteacham. Mrs. Sarah Crimes; corn pickles. Mrs. Amos Warner. Mrs. Clarence Duvall: pepper relish. Mrs. Clarence Duvall. Mrs, Arthur M Zile. Miss Jennie Dell, tomato catsup. Mrs. Klee Hartman. Mrs Sarah Crimes. Mrs. Levere Stein; vinegar. Mrs. . A. Dowers. Canned Meats Fried chicken. Mrs. Clarence Duvall; other meats. Mrs. Clarence Duvall. Mrs. Clarence Dn ' vail. Mrs. Nushaum. Potato Chips—Mrs. Harry Smith. 1 Caked Coods Dread. Mrs. Charles ' Kverhart. Mrs. T. Drown. Mrs. Clay ' ton Cell: rolls. Mrs. Dessie Wolfe, Mrs. Charles Kverhart. Mrs. Albert 1 (lurch: cocoanut cake. Mrs Caul Morelock. Mrs. Scott Drillhart: dark ■ cake. Miss Jenny Dell. Mrs. Albert Curch: fruit cake, Mrs. Harry W. Smith: Mrs. X. M Albert: cake with out butter. Mrs. Author l.amberl, Mrs. City Cahvlon. Mrs. Caple: cookies 1 Mrs. Kdward Singer, Mrs. X. M. Al bert, Mrs. Cuy Cahvlon. Candv Cream candy. Mrs. Charle:. Kverhart. Mrs. Nushaum. .Miss Ktta Stoner; brittle, Mrs. Harry Smith; . miscellaneous candy Mrs. W. A. 1 Downs, Mrs. Kdward Cummings. Household Arts -Child’s garments. Mrs. C. K. Nushaum. Mrs. Francis ■ Keese. Mrs. Annie Kaslon: child’s dr* ss remodelled, Mrs. Waller Grum ' bine. Miss Kva O. Knadler; house dress. Miss Mattie Shoemaker. Miss ' Kmma Shipley, Miss Knitlia Shipley; Kiri’s dress. Mrs. Hubert Hull, Mrs. Hubert Hull. Mrs. Harris Deed; boy’s suit. Miss Kva (>. Knadler, Miss Kva t>. Knadler; kerchiefs, l.Miss Mattie Koons. Miss Kdith Yohn. Mrs. 1.e1t.0 ’ S< liman: hand bass. Miss Amelia An nan, Mrs. Kd. Manger. Mrs. (Juy Nus ; baiim; luncheon sets. Mrs. Kdward Manger. Mrs. Charles Klee, Mrs. Cuy Nushaum: napkins. Miss Anna Cull, Mrs. Kdward Manger: guest towel, Mrs. Sarah Cowers. Mrs. W. it. Fuger, Miss Margaret Wilson; towel. Mrs. Krna M. Miller. Marianna Snader. Mrs. Harris Deed: dresser scarf, Mrs. Kd ward Manger, Marianna Snader, Clara ■ Dowersox; solid white embroidery. Mrs. William H. Vsnderford, Clara 1 Dowersox. Mrs. Frank Stevenson; apron. Mrs. Harris Reed, Miss ” Kmma Shipley; gowns. Miss Amel ’ ia Annan. Mrs. Anna Call. ’ Mrs. Annie Kaslon: undergarments, 1 Mrs. C K. Nushaum. Clara Dowersox; ■ table runners. Mrs. Harry V. Manilla. ■ Duth Stevenson: pillow tops. Mrs. Guy Vusbaum. Mrs W. 11. Vanderford. Mrs. I! Ward; knitting. Franees Shoe -1 maker. Frances Shoemaker: crochet ' in” Mrs H S. Uoop. Mrs. Dianche Carnes Marianna Snader: tutting. Mrs Stella Koons. Mrs. Frank Steven son. Mrs Stella Koons; bed spread, lappliuuei, Mrs. S. Craee Copper smith. Mrs. Kdward Manger. Mrs. F.d warj Manger; braided rugs, Mr-. ' James Cassell. Mrs Walter Crapster; ' eroeheteil rugs. Mrs Sarah Cowers, Mrs Sarah Cowers. Mi*;s Amelia 11 Ciriiic mulls. Mrs. Claudius Long. 1 Mrs Kdward Cummings. Mrs. Fannie McCirc Millinery that#) Mrs H C Miller. 1 Mrs Cm C. earner. Mrs. H.icken ’ smith wi\ dv iim: nilnt, Wesliiiinsler High Seliool defeated , Mount Airy Sat unlay at Mount Ali y for Hie soccer championship of "A” Division. Carroll county, cue lone . Igoal was sulliejciit, made because the , youngster playing goal for Mount Airy wandered a Lit 100 far from Ins pos*. . lion and the ball was played llnoiigu the sticks without anyone iu the goal area. Corbin kicked the goal. Mount Airy was dangerous all the time, but the splendid work of West i minster’s back held prevented any score. Summaries: Westminster (ll Position AH. Airy toy Mans Rinehart...C 1,. I’.aker Clarence Corbitt L.C R. Haight Clarence Walsh It. It M. Gosuell P. Want/., Jr. . .1.11 .... W. Cowman Kdgar Weigle R.H C. Cowman . loshua Hitman ~C V Lawman 1.. Fater .... O.R.F S. Welier K. Lippy .... I.R.F C. Spurrier ; Wm. Hahn . ...C.F. . R. Leaf hetman ; (i. l.ippy .... D.L.K V Wilson . Roy Corbin . . I.L.F Derr} Goal kicked Dy It. Corbin. Referee I!. Russell; (’. Forty. Westminster; V. Cowman. Mount Airy. Time of peri ods JO-minute halves. Attendance — -be. WOLF (OM II TKII. Sentence will not. be passed upon ; Harry C. Wolf. Daltimore, for at. least three weeks. The criminal lawyer. * convicted Monday of conspiracy to 1 save the murderers of William D. Nor ris. will light as long as the courts •' of Marvland will let him to stave oft’ - the linal blow. With Hie utterance by Chief Judge I James I*. Gorter of the decision of tho ■ court of live judges who tried hint. Wolf began what promises to lie a “ long and bitter tight to shake off con- F viction and to clear his name in spite ’■ of everything. His fight is likely to tie the harder because, it is under ,f> stood, the court either was unanimous ’■ in its decision or stood four to one s for conviction. s Kvcrvime is invited to a Spider Web jSocial at Mexico school Friday, No r. I vemher IT. Cake, candy and ice cream >; will be tor sale.