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S. P. C. A. AGENT KEPT r
CONSTANTLY ON THE GO
1
Report Shows Many Cases ‘
Handled By ]. C. Blaisdell l
During Past Month
BE KIND TO ALL ANIMALS
|.
J C. niaisdell, agent of the S. P. C. A., 1
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ha* been, a usual, very active the i(
past month, aa will be seen by the !
following summary:
He Investigated 31 cases; took one
horse from work, destroyed two'
horses humanely, and also 30 small
animals. He likewise visited 13
stables, found homes for 5 animals,
and distributed four check-rein warn
ings. and was active in many other
ways too numerous to mention.
By the President:
Don’t forget to water your horses;
frequently during the war weather.
When your plowman goes to the
pump to get a drink, make him take a
bucket of water to his team, especial- 1
ly between meals. Before you go to
bed. se e that your horses are watered,
4f not. they will suffer much from
thirst before morning.
Said favour, the great Italian
statesmen: “It costs less to give good
directions to a hundred hnvs than to
reqair the Ills done by single man
hu has not liail tin lien>'tlts of * pro
per eHucafjMii."
All persons who keep sinmlil ]
change th-'lr coops oft*ot to pr>M>u:j
the sir front becoming poisonous sml
U,n ties |* h t.
In.>ecis destiny enough fruit ami
grain to educate thousands of buys,
build hundreds of colleges and
schools and do many other things
The farmer should remember his old
friend, the toad. He is not handsome.
|mt pretty is as pretty does. The
number of Insects and worms he de
stroys in a year has been estimated at
a value of $lO.
Seven Hensons For Being Kind
To Animals
First Because animals are senti
ent creatures. They feel pain and are
rendered unhappy even by harsh
words.
Second Because it is tho worst
form of cowardice to ill treat crea
tures who can make no complaint nor
ask fob redress.
Third—Because every act of cruelty
and cowardice deteriorates and de
generates the character of the per
petrator.
Fourth Because there is abundant
proof that such debasement is liable
to lead to crime; cruelty is a con-1
stltuent part of all the worst crimes.
Fifth Because society is composed
of units and as a whole would be In- j
calculably improved and elevated If
the individuals composing it re
frained from cruelty and adopted the i
practice of kindness to every living
creature.
Sixth Because the practice of j
kindness to every living creature, or
humaneness, Involves the universal
and specific application of the Golden
Rule, which would bring permanent
pence between nations and radically
chnnge for the better the entire social
order.
Seventh—Because we have the
command “Be ye merciful, as your
Father also Is merciful.”
Though the battle with cruelty Is
not ended, many rays of comfort
reach us and is evidence that the
humane idea is extending and is being
approved by thinking educators and
those others who have some under-'
standing of the value of spiritual
things as compared with a regard
centered only on the material. Mrs.!
M F Lovell.
The Evening Tapltal. pays dividends.
| Job Printing! j
p The combined Job Priming equip* *
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jj GAZETTE—aII located in the same (|
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suffktantly adequate to meet the most
exacting requirements of users of Job (J 1
| Printing. 1
MVI All kinds of high - grade Print*
mJ ing. from bill heads to book work, w
A "in small quantities and in large A
volume, is done here at a maximum 1*
of speed, in the most artistic style and
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Office, Church Circle, Opposite Postoffice 5
WORK OF SCRAPPING
FIVE BATTLESHIPS
IS NOW UNDER WAY
Five battleships designated by the
Washington Armament Conference
for the scrapheap are being stripped
in navy yyds at Mare Island. Cali
fornia. and Boston, and when finally
dismantled will be appraised and the
hulks offered at public auction.
The ships are the Virginia and the
New Jersey, at Boston, and the Rhode
Island, the Nebraska and the Georgia,
at Mare Island. While they were
specifically designated in the naval
treaty for junking, they are among
the oldest fighting ships in the navy
and probably would have been de
clared obsolete and scrapped inde
pendently of the conference action. It
was for this reason, naval officials ex
plained, rather than the treaty provi
sions, formal ratifications of which
have not been exchanged.
A naval board of inspection and
survey decided to begin work of dis
mantling them. Naval officials esti
mated that it would require about two
months for the vessels to be stripped,
appraised and the hulks offered for
sale.
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THE RIGHT THING
at the
RIGHT TfME
By MARY MARSHALL DUFFEE '
I.ATK IIOIKS
T'• * small horns a< a til in* (wall J
I Hi.in*.
i \A/ m Dim! ttie <)'•< *• vi.i,
* * daio'c .r .(n-e drtH. el sfiei
one mVIimA hlismi l * n.-.'i.i >.•> in it* Ii inure
stimulating and linn the
dunces that yon dance while the night
Is still young?
It may be that it Is only after we
have been dancing fur some time that
we get really Into the swing of It, or
perhaps we can find the explanation in
tl* old truism that stolen sweets are
best, and that it is only lieeuuse we
have a feeling that we are robbing
ourselves of our sleep that we enjoy
these early morning dances.
The fact is that while the war lasted
our dances were shorter. And soiue
people went so far as to predict that
we could never go hack to the old-time
custom of dancing or allowing our
daughters and sons to dance until "ull
hours” of the morning. But the
armistice had not been signed many
days before dances were lasting long
er and now all the old-time enthus
iasm for dancing till dawn seems to
have been revived. At least sueu seems
to he the ease in many parts of the
country and In Washington and New
York more tlinn one hostess lias
served breakfast to her late dance
guests at about five in the morning
sfter a dance. And tills breakfast, in*
It known, consists of nothing less
hearty than coffee, rolls and sausages.
During war days the dunces began
i earlier, but now the hour has been
set on to ten o’clock in a good many
cases. This means n supper at mid
night or somewhat liuor. Of course
many people feel that they have tar
ried long enough if they linger until
Hfter supper, hut the dance enthus
iasts—the young folk —linger on in the
good old-fashioned way.
Whatever your own taste for laie
hours uiay be, however, you should al
ways make sure that you are oot out
staying your welcome and Just because
s company of young persons become
more Interested in their dancing as
the hours advance Is no reason why
they should Impose on the good nature
of a hostess who hns not planned for
such a late breaking up of her party.
In general, it Is safe to assume that If
your hostess Is expecting her guests
to dance till a very late hour, she will
set the hour for the beginning of her
dunce as late as nine or ten. If the
' hour la earlier, then the guests should
{ make a point of going home earlier.
THE EVENING CAPITAL, ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND. TUESDAY. AUGUST 8, 1022.
HOWARD URGED
AS CANDIDATE
FOR CONGRESS
(Continued From Pace L)
made every effort to induce Judge
John P. Briscoe, of Calvert county,
member of the Court of Appeals
Bench, to become a candidate. But
the committee that waited upon him
received little or no encouragement.
Judge Briscoe, at all odds, does not
want to get into a primary contest.
Clarence M. Roberts, member of the
Prince George’s county delegation in
the House has been strongly mention
ed as a probable candidate, but he
too. is opposed to a primary fight.
The same may be said of J. Alan Coad.
member of the House from St. Mary's
county, whose friends have been urg
ing him to make the race.
So, the situation now stands that
Francis E. Mattingly, of Charles coun
ty. and Dr. John W. Klenun, of Prince
George’s, are the only avowed candi
dates in the field. Neither of them
has. however, filed certificates of can
didacy.
Time Limit. August 22
The primary election date is Sep
tember 11. Some action as to a can
didate, or candidates, must he taken
within the next two weeks, as August
22. or 20 days prior to the primaries,
is the date upon which all certificates
of candidacy must be filed with the
Board of Supervisors of Elections in
the several counties.
NEW ROWING MATERIAL
NOT UP TO SCRATCH
I
j Though ev*rv effort is being m.ide
to develop lii*. run nc material in the
new class at the Naval Academy, the
Squad does not appear to he <>n a p,r
with tiiose of recent new classes. A
tew- have tlie ftaiue for oarsmen, hut
most are notably shorter than the
usual hunch of candidates. Each of
the four battalions has crews which
are being coached Ivy Richard Glen
don, Jr., and Ensigns Jordan. Sanborn
and Frawley, former Academy crew
men.
The preliminaries for the inter-bat
talion championship will take place
tomorrow and the finals on Saturday.
A first crew will then he picked, and
it is expected that one race will be
scheduled for it with an outside crew
on either August 19 or 26.
justTsaseball
Daily Scores, Schedules, And
Club Standing Of The
Major Leagues
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Scores 01 Yesterday
Pittsburgh, 17; Philadelphia, 10.
Boston, 9; St. Ixiuis, 8.
Cincinnati-New York (rain).
Chicago-Brooklyn (rain).
Today’s Schedule
Cincinnati at New York.
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia.
Chicago at Brooklyn.
St. Louis at Boston.
Standing Of The Clubs
W. L. P. C.
New York 61 41 .598
St. Louis 62 43 .590
Chicago 55 48 .534
Pittsburgh 53 47 .530
Cincinnati 55 51 .519
Brooklyn 50 61 .495
Philadelphia ... 36 60 .375
Boston 34 65 .343
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Scores Of Yesterday
St. Louis. 16; Washington, 1.
New York. 4; Detroit, 3.
Chicago, 12; Philadelphia, 5.
•Cleveland, 7; Boston, 0.
•Called in seventh inning; darkness.
Today’s Schedule
} New York at Detroit.
Washington at St. Louis.
Philadelphia at Chicago.
Boston at Cleveland.
j Standing Of The Ciuhn
W. L. P. C.
j St. Louts 63 42 .600
f New York 63 44 .589
k Detroit 57 50 .533
) Chicago. 54 51 .514
) Cleveland 55 54 .505
> Washington. ... 49 55 .471
) Philadelphia ... 41 61 .402
Boston 40 65 .381
! INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE
) Scores Of Yesterday
> Baltimore, 6; Newark. 4.
| 'Buffalo, 6-3; Toronto. 4-0.
i Other clubs not scheduled.
•First game 10 innings.
Today’s Schedule
Buffalo at Baltimore.
Rochester at Jersey City.
Toronto at Reading.
I Syracuse at Newark.
| Standing Of The Clnbs
W. L. P. C.
I Baltimore 78 32 .709
Rochester 66 43 .606
Buffalo 66 49 .574
, Jersey City 62 50 .554
Toronto 54 58 .482
I Reading 48 63 .432
Syracuse 41 72 .363
i Newark 32 80 .286
j
American History
DAY BY DAY
By T. P. Green
AUGUST 8 i
New York reverted to the 1
Dutch, being re-captured from 1
the English on August 8. 1673. ‘
From a total enlistment of
17.225, Washington’s northern
army numbered 10,614 on (
August 8, 1776. •
John Paul Jones was made
a captain in the American
Navy on August 8, 1776.
Daniel Boone. Kentucky
pioneer, held his stockade (
against an attack by the In
dians on August 8, 1778.
Propaganda and persuasion
against enlistment were made
cause for arrest, and Habeas
Corpus was suspended
throughout the United States,
on August 8. 1862.
General Robert E. Lee of
fered his resignation to Presi
dent Jefferson Davis, of the
Confederacy, who declined it,
on August 8, 1863.
Hawaiian Republic recog
nized by the United States on
August 8, 1894,
RITCHIE DECLINES
FOR U. S. SENATOR
(("•ntlnned From Pit* I.)
vision was reached by him to enier j
after he had r*****ived the assurance
of Baltimore leaders that tliev w.ml i
give him their support in th*> prim-;
at'ie*. A member of the Hoard of
Supervisors of Elections was tiie in- ;
lermediary through whom negntia- ’
tions were conducted, and it was not j
until he brought word that the local
organization would be with him that
Mr. Bruce concluded to enter.
Mr. Bruce is now in Virginia, but, it
ia understood, the papers were pre
pared prior to his departure, and if he
does not reconsider by wire these will
be filed during his absence.
Others \ot Disturbed
Neither of the other two candidates,
—David J. Lewis, of Allegany county,
hnd State Senator William 1. Norris,
hf Baltimore city,—appear much con
cerned over Mr. Bruce’s expected en
try, each claiming the newcomer's
candidacy would benefit him. If all
three remain in the field, the voters
will have an opportunity for the first
time since the Senatorial primary law
became effective to test the practi
cability of the “First and Second
Choice” provision. Few are aware
that they will be asked to make two
cross marks indicating a preference
as between two of the candidates and
those entrusted with the practical
end may find it necessary to furnish
instructions.
The Romantic Potomac
A romantic story of the Potomac,
its past and future, a feature in The
Washington Star. Sunday, August 13,
will be of interest to all who live
near the historical stream.
Road also “Bull Baiters,” the best
baseball story written in years, as
well as many other brilliant fiction
stories in the same issue.—(Adv.)
Beacon Lights
Of Business
Along perilous coasts, light
houses throw their guiding rays
far into the night to warn the
mariners and help them safely
past the shoals.
Spend a few minutes a day
running through the advertise
ments in this paper. Then buy
the products that have proved up
in the light of advertising.
Let the Beacon of Advertising
guide you as it is guiding so many
astute buyers.
Business, too, has its beacons.
They are the advertisements,
which throw a powerful light to
guide you in your buying. They
show you "what to buy, where to
buy and when to buy.
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AGENT FOR SAFETY CLOTHS.
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NOMINAL FARE t
TO BAY RIDGE
FOR REGATTA <
_ i
(ratla*d Frsiu Put 1.l
Jones, who is a member of the com- (
mittee. said he would arrange to have
a patrolman designated as traffic offi- .
cer for the occasion. ]
Here's A (<<wd Proposition ‘
Captain Thomas C. B. Howard, gen- (
eral manager of the Claibome-Anna- \,
polls ferry line, presented a highly at- (
tractive proposition for the accommo
dation of those persons who may de- ,
sire to get a close-up view of the
races at different stages. He made an
offer, that is byway of an all-day ex- ,
cursion aboard the steamer Governor
Emerson C. Harrington, at the small
charge of 50 cents. This would mean
that persons availing themselves of
passage on the steamet* would make
all three trips to and from Claiborne
during the day. beginning with the
morning trip. The two afternoon
trips would, of course, be the most
advantageous to those who want to
witness the races, which are sched
uled to start at 2 o’clock. The Har
rington’s course from the city to Clai
borne is close by the race course, so
that those on the steamer would have
a good vantage point. The same rate
of fare would apply to persons taking
the all-dav trip, or only part of it.
Captain Howard’s proposition won
high favor among those of the local
regatta committee.
Howard Heads I,neal Committee
There are six members <f lit** eorn
| milter handling In.-; I arrangements
for the regatta. At rhe meeting held j
y< st< rriax Mien P.otvie Howard was
ni.nl" hairmnti and Ferdinand l.a
trnhe. ,se retw r\. Tim other member*!
■; 'e .Mayor Samuel Jones. Stale Sen- \
• lor A. Theodore Brady, Ridgely P. .
'Melvin and Commander Abram Claude ■
of the Navy.
Time For Entry Extended
Announcement is made that owing
to the inability of Virginia captains
to got in touch with their home ports
and mails the entry lists will be lie*ld
open until the 11th.
Captains and owners have been
separated in the lower Chesapeake
for weeks and it has not seemed fair
to officials of the Chesapeake Bay
Yacht Club that such masters should
be debarred by circumstances which
they were helpless to contend with.
100 Captains llnre Promised
One hundred captains have promis
ed to be on hand next Saturday morn
ing.
Judging from the list of craft al
ready entered for the races, the re
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“The Sle~ep~Wa!ker”
A Realart Picture.
Added attraction:
A LOOP COMEDY
TOMORROW
GEORGE ARLISS
“DISRAELI”
From hi celebrated ntage success
by Louis N. Parker.—Directed
by Henry Kolker.
Added attraction:
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gatta will be the greatest of its kind
ever held in the Chesapeake Bay.
Thousands of tidewater people will
come 7y special boats to see the
races. Cambridge merchants say ev
eryone is going to the races. Three
large boats will bring people from
Crisfield.
From Solomons there will he a
schooner load of visitors and from the
Patuxent a half dozen sight-seeing
craft.
From every point on the upper bay
there will come private yachts and
workboats tilled with the families and
friends of the owners.
Annapolis harbor will be a wonder
ful sight Friday night, tilled with
craft of every description which ordi- |
warily plow their way up and down
the Chesapeake.
Cheyenne, Official Boat
The l’. S. S. Cheyenne, training ship
for the Maryland division of the Naval
Reserve Force, will he on the scene
*Uith a party of city and State officials
torn! all reservists of the State who
It vail themselves of the opportunity, j
The Cheyenne will leave her berth
near Federal Hill Park. Baltimore.
Saturday morning and will take up a
position below the mouth of the
Severn at the designated course of
the races. Governor Ritchie will he a
guest of Capt. Charles F. Macklin
aboard the ship.
Provision will be made for news
papermen from towns and cities <ff
the State and photographers. The
•ship’s radio will be available for press
dispatches, and J. F. Furst. chief
radio electrician of the ship, later
will broadcast the result of the rai es.
druggist llmv is Hint cough medi
| cine holding oil'’ Slimeon I've got
enough tor h couple more dinner par
ties Life.
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i
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Sixty-three Cars are Equipt or Drilled at the Factory for
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Strength, Security and Service!
B" FOR 116 YEARS THIS BANK HAS SEKVEI THIS
COMMUNITY FAITHFULLY AND WELL AND
OFFERS UNSURPASSED FACILITIES FOR
TRANSACTING EVERY DESCRIPTION OF
| BANKING BUSINESS.
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i WE PAY 4% INTEREST ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
AND 2% ON DAILY CHECKING BALANCES
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ATroNSTnm,,,.,,. “
ox i;irsvjiM,
(Camapenilrm r WsovUt-.
constantixopi.k .u .'***■>
and Mrs Walter r„rt.
N. J., who were marred'
month, have left ,>n ...
moon trip of it
rope. They will true,
a small American mmictirp
chauffeur-cook, and . ... *
oiled silk. When tl
inclement for tho tent, j
in their motor car T. ;
will take in Greece. p n i K „,''
mania. Serbia. Poland
■ Slovakia, Germany. h, u
1 France, averaging about *....'.*
day. They expect to compim,,' 4
| caravan-journey m tin*. •
York on Thanksgiving ]>.,*
The results of Hr part's ,d, sfn
| tions will hr embodied in ~
j economic studies for th. \
(State Department.
ASKS CONGRESS
TO "STAND BY’’
FOR EMERGENCY
(('•nlluurd f rom l^ gl j ,
the strike is national at : n
isettled nationally.
Some Operations Increase
COKEBDRG. p.\ Aug x
; creased operations .c a teim!>. r -
mines in the strike regions ~J
hy troops was reported, a* n
headquai ■ eis lon te
’l iie value of oil > 11. - .
mined by mi.or.s ~pi, ,i i
according to immi> i,
lean of Mine-

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