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social and Personal *° Vi !U th<* Measure.) (J I *' 8 ' vioil i* rich, 8 11 s) ,. rs blow , t!) ,| ih> roadside #n (nine an<! go. Ur** y*.u well. ' um left a!m*> , v,u(i ,iiid t!i< wind is low, I** i ,•> biV ‘hush ami * I m „lnf h'.nr of af' moon a rf,i*r “ikns or .* thrush ini you well, 1 a:a i**ft alou**. utieri' the traveler laid 4i , tt md the cuckoo. t m the feverfew - u ,i long, loug sleep— i m tin' mooti-lit dew, * i;i hf moon-lit dew! ju*t it’s fare you well, i .tin left alone. pH l Milt i''N Milk I Hjr p, h w,truer, of the clerical j hr -ute f'omptroller’s office, UU j,.ji* t .lay to niteud three >i< Atiautlc City.' ill Ihrii gMtotn, I’a. 0 a M Jones, who. with his , jj, (#<• vioiluK hla mother Ht;r Slitilnn. at her home here n- Middletown Aviation In !i.'poi. Middletown, Pa , tt l(*ifr lie was transferred iron. 4, of the Chief of Air Service Mg!*, i) C. VM Imatl'Mi |n fill ot#5 1' I'nolta, of the Kveniuf a u>i Maryland (iar.ette, wil* M .fimioon to go to Suowi ! |i whne lie will K|N>nd hh |ei:nhir. mother, Mrs. Knillj IM Here | Udia I'ltrrcll, of Ttaltimore with Miss Ethel Snl • t k '!•*• latter’* home on Malt hn uroH*. 1 • llwih •' ’triu | i-'Dde I' McCormick, of lh< > h'M of Navigation, at th< i'ldtniv. an m|unled by hit * family, returned yesterday * w - ifter s|M>ur|lng ;i motith’i, ' Ip in Rerryvlllo, Va plil.o ii 0* 'lit! inn i*n: ts. wife of Lieut.-Com it V>,lore Hugh Winters, ac * l#c • her son. Hugh Winters, lfc;, dy on the \rnty Trnna- V - front San Francisco for ' Prstation ('oinmanUer Wln 1* * omimand of the United Trntt.m and a group of n their way to Manila 1 wtaiander Winters was for duty in Annapolis and he * utters have many friends I iresds akwr: Talliaferro. who now <u <''ti Itotise on Glou- ■ ? spendinß a few days *•* Sn To h tnn,i|tn||s ' 1 Ntwokt. who arrived tsco from Honolulu on l ] there t.n tluv 29th tot H w do of Commandorl kU ' ,ion? Reach. Calif, k . *° 0 ' ; mow on her way L, l# * kfi Long Beach on i|.‘ ' n !ho return trip to the "'ll stop in Color* Grand Canyon L jj,. . u r n< Martin is visiting I s Jett rifts, in Washiag — " >• O d. c o!t, who has iwien un tntpr in Vermont, is. Mrs William Rod- *• S* St *HtUT "’dher kv /- , ' G Gorman and* ! 3 'iUbVille, are spending, t Gorman’s t R Brashears, of N J*OuidTEA 'i r ’ A 'v l\ti" * We "’“"or, 11.75. LEa farm inn o specialty. Htw V ,:iVer ,!r,d^ 7 P y y folepltonlng 1 M n,i p a. M Return Hume Tu Baltimore Mr a, L, M. Elder and Misn Rebecca Elder, who have been viHiting; Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Elder, of this city, have re turned to their home in Baltimore. Former Athlete Here Yesterday Robert A. Rouse, of Baltimore, whe graduated from St. John’s in 1906 was a visitor here yesterday. During his college days Mr. Rouse was ac tively engaged in nthletics at St. John s, he having been a member of both the baseball and football team* of that institution. Mrs Wright, wife of Dr. Barton L. Wright, of the Navy, is spciullug some time in Annapolis, Two Bailees At Carvel Hall This Saturday Jn addition to the usual Saturday night dance, there will be a dance at Carvel Hall this afternoon from two to six o’clock. Cohen’s orchestra will mipply the music for both the after nunn and evening functions and the afternoon dance is sure to prove a pleasant innovation to the dancing en thusiasts of the city and vicinity. Mrs. 11. G. Fuller, who formerly re sided at lill Charles street, is now liv ing at 8 Reveil street. Return From Pennsylvania and Mrs. William L. Marcy returned on Thursday to their home op Mancet Street after a visit to their ion-in-law and daughter, Uetit.-Com mander and Mrs. Bright, at German own. la. Lieut.-Commander Bright •* now stationed, on one of. the ships it Cramp’s Shipyard. Mrs. Sowers To Visit Blilo And Kentucky Mr* Johu S. Sowers, wife of the '•lev. Or. Sowers, of the College Ave nue Baptist Church, loft Annapolis 'ant week to visit relatives and friends in Cincinnati, 0., and Lexing ton, Ky. Ciuest* M I’arly The Misses Carol and Margaret Rip ,M?ro were guests at an informal oarty given recently by Miss Eliza beth Anderson, at her home near \rth. U’el a ruing From •ikyhind, Yh, John Fell, son-of Dr. and Mrs. Fell, >f St; John's College, will return to his home today after spending some inie at Skyland, Va. Surprise Party tin Birthday In honor of her forty-sixth birth day, Mrs. Edward Sears was given a surprise party ly her children at her home at Best Gato ou Friday evening. August 4. The house was prettily decorated, pink and green being the colors used, and games and music fur nished recreation for the guests. Those present were: Mr. und Mrs. Thomas Smith and family, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Sears and family. Mr. and Mrs. Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. William S. Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Basil and family, Mr. and Mrs. Max Von Graw. Misses Lillian Wood. Ellen Scars. Charlotte Housley, Alta Ford, and Messrs. Snelling, Archie Green and Frank Sears. Leaving For Ocean PHy Mrs. Nevett Steele, of Franklin street, this city, accompanied by her daughter, Miss Laura Steele, will leave on Monday for a trip to Ocean City. Md. Being Entertained At Newport Rear-Admiral Robert K. Coontr is the guest of Captain and Mrs. Thomas J. Senn at the naval torpedo station at Newport, where the admiral went on an inspection trip. Just the thing for your Rowboat or Canoe Caille Bantam 2 ii. r. Weight 49 lbs. PRICE $75.00 L ATROBE & CO. [ MARINE : ENGINEERS ? ANNAPOLIS, MD. i itiu Ex'EMNt* C.yMTaL, AXaAPGLIS, M ARYL AND. SAiL'rvDAV. .\UvUST 5, lfCr? To Lost* Monday 7 tr Oteaa t'Hy The Misses Sue and Elizabeth Mun ford, of Prince George street, will leave on Monday to spend some time at Ocean City. I Return .From Trip To Cape Mny * Mr. and Mrs George J. Turner, ac companied by their daughter. Miss Hutberine Turner, and son, Edmond j Turner, have just returned to their home at Wardour after a motor trip to Cape May, N. J., where they spent about a fortnight. To Reside On y Maryland Are. . Lieut. E. S. Earnhardt, of the Navy. g w ho reported today for duty at the j Naval Academy, and family, have taken the hmute at 44 Maryland ave j nue. i To Command Fourth United States Marines After spending the month of July at k I Sherwood Forest, this county. Colonel j C. H. Lyman, U. S. M. C., and Mrs. Lyman are spending a week in Wash ington. D. C., at the Hotel Powhatan. They will go to New York the end r of next week t ami sail on August 12 • l aboard the Chauruont for Santo Do , mingo, where Col. Lyman will be in l command of the Fourth United States . Marines. k *■■■ ■ lll i Will Arrive Soon To Visit Daughter General L. A. WMmer.'of Lc-anard town, St. Mary'a county, will arrive in - Annapolis some time next week to visit his daughter, Mrs. Rockwell, wife of Liout.-Coiumander Francis W. Rockwell, at Commander and Mrs. Rockwell’s home on Kevell street. TREES 4JMMJ YEARS OLD The Sequoia Longer Lived Than .Methuselah Or Noah Human beings cannot compete with trees in the matter of longevity, but human beings are more fortunate than trees up to certain ages, according to mortality tublcs. A forest at ma turity contains about 5 per cent, of 1 all the trees that have started life there. The percentage of persons liv ing from 10 to 50 is much greator than in the care of trees. About 95 per cent, of our trees die before they are 80 years old, while only 87 per cieut. of persons will die before reach ing that age. Bat when it comes to trees 100 years of age and over we have to go back into Biblical history to find hu man beings who campare with them in length of years. Methuselah ami Noah were far ahead of the major- * ity of our common trees as centen arians, but no man and no nation has ; lived, as long as have the sequoia trees. The sequoia attains an age of . about 4,000 years. ] In some natural pine forests where the trees grow very close together ( statistics show that more than 4,000 trees per acre die between the ages of 10 and 80 and that only 300 out of the remaindej* die between the. ages of 80 and 100. With some this , natural dying proceeds faster than .with i others. With pine, birch, aspen and all species which demand a great deal of light, the death rate is enor mous. The abru.ee, beech, fir and.; generally speaKing, all species which j are. satisfied with less light are not j affected so seriously. A spruce tree in a.forest at 20years, requires about four square feet of • space; at 40 years, thirty-four square I • feet; at 60 years seventy, and at 100} 1 years 150 square feet. Pfne trees de- j ■ mand at least 15 per cent, more light; space than spruce and nearly 40 per ! bent, more than fir trees, according, to tables prepared l*y the New York [ State College of Forestry at Syracuse; 1 t Diversity. I keeping Them Out ( i i “Cnll yourself a good district attor ney? Why, you haven’t scored a con- j viclion in the last twenty cases.” •'But think how pleased the tax- 1 payers will bo at the low cost of! ? prison maintenance." —New York Run. i ' Strength, Security and Service! fcv .■ T* l --i- ' ■ ' ■ ■ FOR lit YEARS THIS BANK HAS SERVED THIS COMMUNITY FAITHFULLY AND WELL AND I offers Unsurpassed facilities for 3 TRANSACTING, every description or I ' BANKING. BUStNESsT/ ' i m Assets Over . . $2,500,000.00 | '‘Am. 1 WE PAY 4% INTEREST ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS ‘ AN D 2^°N..pAU ( .Y CHECKING BALANCES ■ v * ' V ' 4*\ THE ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN ANNE ARUN DEL COUNTY. i j I THE „ [ i Farmers National Bank . OF ANNATQUS, md. _ • • : " ■*' - - *'**■*•►• j ■i,|| M■ ■ ' """"'"" ' f Name Of “Weekly Advertiser’*' i Changed To “Maryland Gazette” “ ’~~ r • ** * j <r As announced in The Evening Capital last week, the name of The W eekly Advertiser has been changed to The Maryland Gazette. The change became effective August 3. The Maryland Gazette, as stated in front-page aud edi- I torial announcements last week, was established in 1757, and . for nearly two centuries the paper has performed signal serv- j ice in the interest of city, county,.state and nation. ; The. present change was made possible through an agreement with the publisher of The Evening Capital, owner of the name and good-will of The Maryland Gazette, which has enabled The Gazette to tie re-established as an active, virile, force in the weekly newspaper fields Except for the change in name, the operation of Anne Arundel county’s Meekly newspaper will be unaffected. Its ownership, management and policies will lie the same, and The Maryland Gazette, like The Weekly Advertiser, will al ways l>e found striving to maintain the highest possible stand ards of efficiency ami usefulness. 1 M IDE HI ST. ANNE’S PARISH (Pvoteotant FpiM-opnl; Founded IMS.) ItKV. EDWARD I*. JOHNSON, I). D. Itpct**r. REV. GKO. U. SAVAGE. Acting Rector. ST. ANNE’S CHURCH. 7:30 A.M. —Holy Communion. 11:00 A. M.—Morning Prayer. (First. Sunday, Holy Com munion.) 5:30 P.M. —Evening Prayer. All sittings free and unassigned. ST. LUKE’S CHAPEL EAUTTOKT OF.OIIGE W. Nonius, Lay Reader. 8:00 P. M— Evening. Service. NAVAL ACADEMY CHAPEL Services tomprrow will be held as follows: 10:45 A. M.—Morning Prayer and Sermon. The 8:45 service will be omitted on the Sundays in August. CALVARY M. E. CHURCH 11. W. lit;ROAN. Paater. 9:4sA.M.—Sunddy StihoM In Re ligious Education Build- N ing, MarylnndP Avenue and Prince George street. 9:45 A. M.—B rothe r h o o d Bible Class, held in church building, State Circle.' 11;00 A. M.—Church Nursery. 11:00 A.M. —Morning Service 8:00 P.M.—Sermon by the i>astor. 8:00 P.M.—(Wednesday)— Prayer and Praise Service. Public cordially invited to be present. COLLEGE AVK* BAPTIST CHURCH I) It. JOHN S. SO WEI IK. Pastor. 10:00 A, M.—Bible School. H. H. Hall, Superintendent. 11:00 A. M- —Morning worship. Sub ject: “Th,e Ultimate Goal.” Cordial invitation to all. WNHp Palmer Engine BENJ. E. SARLES AGENT Phene SOl-H , . AnnapeUf, Ed. PRESBYTERIAN CIiURUH REV. S. K. PERSONS, D. !>., Mlulster. 9; 50 A. M. —Sunday School. Ilfoo A. M —Sermon by llev. F. B. Frißbie, of Groveland, N. Y. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES 2* STATE ('JBCi/K 11:00 A.M.—Subject: “Spirit.” The reading room is open every j Wednesday from 3 to 5 P. M., where ! all authorized Christian Science lit-. erature may be read, borrowed or pur- J chased. All cordially welcome, ST, XABTI9PB EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH FREDERICK u. URAEPJCR, Faster. I 9:45 A.M. —Sunday School. 11; 00 A. M. —Preaching service. There will be no evening serviceß | during the remainder of July and August. A, welconte to all. BIBLE STUDENTS Knights of I’yfhiuH Hull 10:00 A. M.—Children’s Bible Class. -lIfOOA. M. —Bible study. The Di vine Plan of the Ages. 7;30 P. M.—Lecture on “The King- • dom Which Shall Never Be Destroyed,” ty L. F. Hildebrandt. All are welcome. TRINITY X. & CHURCH, SOUTH UKV. A. E. OWENS. Pastor. 10:00 A.M.—Sunday School and Men’s Bible Class. 11:00A.M. —Preaching by pastor. 7:45 P.M. —Epworth League. • 8:15 P.M. —Evening servlctfT Public invited to attend all services. .-- ■■■"— ■ ! 1 * 1 - t- n _ / i; Cont In and see R // lg: the |d 11 MwWm | I. Jf|| for 1923 I The Seasons finest K| ; Oj and most complete line of motor cars JfeS SyPß| fourteen Distinctive Models fejjf jH y The H. B. Myer’s Co. /Wg 117 CATHEDRAL ST. |3\ . EASTPORT BAPTIST CHURCH I>U. JOHN HOWAItD EAGER. Pastor. 9:45 A.M. —Sunday School. 8-:3OP. M. —Evening worship. All church members are urged to attend and public cordially invited. EASTPORT X, E. CHURCH RKV. JUIJN T. JAEGER. Minister. 10:00 A.M.—Men’s Bible Class. 11:00 A.M.—Sermon by pastof. j 2:30 P. M. fluxity School. 7:45 P. M —rSong Service.. 8:00 P. M.—Sermon by pastor. The public is cordially iuvited to all services. EDWARDS CHAPEL REV. JOHN T. JAEGER, Minister. 2:00 P.M.—Sunday School. 3;00 P. M.— Sermon by pastor. The public is invited to all services. FIRST RAPT IST CHURCH (COLORED) REV ■ It. I’. IHKUt'K. PusNtr. J. T. VOI’NO, Church Clerk. 11:00 A.M.—Sermon by Pastor. 8:00 P.M.—Sermon by pastor. 8:00 P.M.—Friday. Prayer and Covenant meeting. All are welcome. Come one, come all. XT. MORIAH A. X. E. CHURCH REV. p. j. Jort>an. Pastor. 11:00 A. M.-r-Preaching. 2:30 P.M. —Sunday School. 7:30 P.M.—Song and Praise Serv c ice. 8:30 P. M.—Preaching. All are welcome. ASBURY X. E. CHURCH REV. A .1. MITCHELL, Pastor. 11:00 A.M.—Sermon bv the pastor. 2:30 P.M.—Sunday ( School. 7:00 p.M,— League. ! 8:00 P. M.—Sermon by pastor. Hard To Clean There is away to clean almost ; everything that gets soiled if yon j only know how to do it. hut much | time can be spent and wasted if you j do not know how best to accomplish this result. Take water botnes an,: cruets, for instance. Some housewives spend many, many minutes trying to get them clean. It is possible to accom plish this by moans of 'shot, which should lie shaken around with soapy water and then left to stand for a while, but it is much, easier to clean these things by pouring in a little hydrochloric acid, letting this stand a little while, pouring it out and fol I 7 * No. 174 For Solo at your Dealer Made in lira gyadeo ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND EAGLE MIKADO < [ EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK lowing it with a little Mmutgiig water. It is folly spending time scraping paint spots off windows or o(hr , places when a little turpentine Al lowed to soak in and then rubbed off will turn the trick in a minyte. Even when you have no use for kerosene for lighting or heating, you should have a little ou hand to use in cleaning. It is the best thing ypu can use ou rust. Simply let it lie on >’the rusk spots until dissolved and then ruh off with more kerosene. Kerosene is excellent to use in chan , ing “wash basins and bathtubs. It has 1 the advantage that it does not scratch or mar the surface of the basin or tub. though it lias the draw lutete of an unpleasant odor. If it ’la used thoroughly once a week, you will iind that basins and tulis may bty kept clean lit age easily. Ammonia is another regent that keeps basins and bathtubs clean, but many housewives object to this be cause it is hard on their hands If you like. >ou may have a small sink brush to use with the ammonia ajni thus avoid letting it touch your hands. Successive seasons of turpentining cause no lowering in strength or rosin content of pine trees. vs e jy P,® ■** tfc “ • Cr.ni.rt. and limply ally. o< the head, ciaipt at the wait! ul under asm, ud (Booth, oat ugly lint, Myour dealer can’t rat it. tend actual Ti nn' 9 'itr U 't' "?!"•/ *fdFr*aa and ( Z’ sZli'.Ti.'* c "' u ' ■" Nemo Hygienic Faahion Imtitut* 110 East leiK.Sl., Nw York. D.p ft.