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1884 ★ 1922 ASSAPOU*, MD. Published Dali/ Except Sunday by THE CAPITAL PI’IILISRINfI COMPANY j THB EVENING CAPITAL la on sale at the following places: Qeorge IV. Jne ...194 Mala Street William K. tillin'.* . 34 West Street (je .rgr J. I*vu> ....74 Maryland Ave. CL,.a. G |>llßWyr.../. .M Maryland Are. “fc vabird Confectionery" King (feorge St. w idam 11iAer.,.... Went A Cathe-lTai Sis. W |i A A. ‘Newstand, Short Line Terminal M. Miller 234 'Vert Street N. Mandril. Third A Severn An-., E.isrpori Dr. t’burlea B. Henkel..,2o Maryland Ave Delivered in Annapolis. Kuatport, Ger n itowu and Weal Annapolis by cnrriei 1% *6 i-eata j*er month. You ran bne the 4.VEXING CAPITAL In .ie<| t.. you when away from the city b > leaving your name sod address at tbe office, tor to cents per month; 13.0# |>er year, payable in advance to any post office in me lidled Staten or Canada. Entered at Annapolis Poatofflee aa He ouil-Oaaa Matter. Men.tier of The Associated Press Tbe Atto< luted Preaa la exclu alveji entitled 1 1 the uae for .re loiblii atii n of ail news credited to It or not otherwise credited In titia paper and ttlao the loeal news I imiiabed herein. AH rights of 4t blb'ii tin u of apeelal dls- I'.’Wif • herein are also reserved. e=r Ak- -=ssz= — -J WfjfSKSDAY, AUGUST 16. 1922. —I. Ik “TWO-FOOT SHELF* Experts of the American Li brary Association and the Na tional Education Association have been turning their attention to the making of a “two-foot shelf” of the best books for country school children and have evolved a moat interesting list that, it would seem, should appeal equal ly to the boys and girls of the cities. First place is accorded Louisa M. Alcott’s “Little Women,” with Lewis C arroll’s “Alice in Wonderland” second. Then come “Robinson Crusoe.” "Tom Saw yer" and "Treasure Island.” Well up on the list is Hendrick Van Loon's “Story of Mankind.” .which recently was published serially in The Evening Sun, Bal timore. Dickens is represented by his “Christmas C arol,” but his great contemporary, Thackeray, lues not appear, although his “Hose and the Ring.” is a juve lile classic. Robin Hood is in troduced through the medium of Howard Pyle’s version with its splendid pictures. Knowledge of Shakespeare’s plots is provided through Lamb's tales. Stevenson is the only au thor with two books on the shelf, his “Child’s Garden of ~ Verses" being placed beside “Treasure Is land." The biographies are Nicola v’s “Bov’s Life of Abra ham Lincoln” and Hagedorn’s “Boy’s Life of Theodore Rouse veil.” Irving’s "Rip Van Winkle" and 1 law thorite's “\Y ond e r Rook" are examples of America’s earlier literature. W hen Colonel Roosevelt went on his memorable trip to Africa he had room for only a few fav orites among his books, but one of them was “Alice In Wonder land.” A mass of silly stuff has been put forth for juvenile read ing. but most genuine juvenile classics are appreciated almost as much # by children of a larger growlJi.j, There are other books, too, qu the youngsters’ “two foot 'htuf" that grown-ups might peruse with profit and enjoyment, and 'hey Nvoukl sacrifice none of: their dignity in doing so. MEDIATION ALWAYS DIKFKT'LT It may be that President Hard ing. who is reported discouraged by his failure to date as a media tor in the railroad strike situation, expected to accomplish too much on the instant. That he has been practically rejected by both sides in the railroad strike as a media tor is indeed a rather regrettable matter, but. in dealing with such a situation, full recognition must be given to the difficulty of med iating human nature in a conflict No matter how wise a plan of settlement might be pointed out. there still are questions of pride, of opinion and saving of faces to; be taken into consideration. ,J>is-| putes involving large numbers of persons on both sides, we axe re-1 minded again ami again, Are. sel dom. if ever, to l>c settled by a mere word from a human being. Perhaps the president’s disap-j pointment over delays is keener on account of the pedestal he was] placed upon by some of his cam paign supporters in 1 b*>o and thel partisan attacks upon Woodrow j W ilson as if the latter should< have made the world over with a ! word or two or a mere wave of the hand at the Paris Peace con ference. No account was taken] by his critics of the fact that thel Democratic president had toj wrestle with the traditions and national ambitions of forty peo ples or more and speaking differ ent languages. Apparently he should have found the way to make the representatives of all those varied peoples accept- his views on the instant. It seemed, during the cam jaign. that they would have led tts to believe that Mr. Harding could have done that. Naturally that set a severe standard for the new administration. Some ex pected it promptly to bring about the millenium. Certainly in view f the picture drawn in 1920 of the manner in which a Republi can president could tranquilize a world of many nationalities, it • was thought but a small test of his power when he was called ! upon to mediate an industrial dis pute in his own country. But this >n!y brings out that human na ;ure in the United States is the lame as elsewhere, and that pa tience is required in this matter the same as in a peaqe confer ence involving many nations. YOIXG GIRLS STRANDED IN STRANGE CITIES : Separated Hy Immigration Law* From Families Need Of Protection Young girl immigrants are being separated from their families by im migration laws and in many cases left on their own resources in differ ent cities for indefinite periods. So > says Mile. Rock, port representative stationed at Cherbourg. Mile. Ruck ,* is part of the International chain |' maintained by the Young Women's t j Christian Association for protective ! work to girls and women. J “A young Roumanian girl ten years of age is u typical case." she writes. "For months tho child, de -1 barred from sailing with her family because of trachoma, has had the l freedom of the streets In disreputable i* neighborhoods. Her mother, forced _ to sail with her younger children, left j her in the hotel In the cart of the j hotel keeper. Marie has already lost i, all childishness and talks like a ma- Hire grown-up woman. Now cured |of trachoma she is awaiting sailing ‘ under our care In Havre. After her 1 long period of idleness she finds school s and going to bed early a new and , very nice experience.” * Another case was more tragic. . “A little seventeen year old Slav _ I n'hfl on her way to her married broth _ er’s fawn in South Dakota was de tained for illiteracy," Mile. Rock con- S itinucs. “She was handed over by j the Steamship Company to a hotel ■ keeper who generally takes care of their deports. To keep her from be coming homesick the family intro duced her to another deport who ■ spoke Serbian, also waiting an indell nife sailing. When out of money this new found friend paid her bill with the result that they lived together un til he deserted her to go to Paris. The abnormal environment, the un certainty of the delay and the entire lack of standards bad undermined the ■ girl's self-respect." These two cases have led to a change of policy -In Cherbourg due to the Association's fnterest. At present girls of school age who are detained are to be placed in board ing schools, not in hotels. “Young people who are subjected to the long indefinite dplay which weighs heavily on mature men and women, are in real danger." con cludes Mile. Rock. “Discouragement, the strange environment; and lan guage linked together with the un certainty of departure all*make con ditions hazardous, particularly for girls alone." DON’T BE MISLED Annapolis Citizens Khould Head and Heed This Advice. Kidney trouble is dangerous and' often fatal. Don’t experiment with something new and untried. I’se a tested kidney remedy. Begin with Doan’s Kidney Pills. Used in kidney troubles 50 years. Recommeuded here and everywhere An Annapolis citizen's statement forms convincing proof. It’s local testimony—it can be in vestigated. Mrs. Nettie Carbone, 46 Randall St.. Annapolis, says: "About twr years ago 1 had a very severe case of kidney trouble. My back ached and pained so 1 could scarcely keep on my feet. Mornings I felt lame am. stiff and the action of my kidneys was 1 irregular. I read of Doan’s Kidney Pills helping others and I tried them They cured me sound and well an.’ now my back Is free from aches aud pains and my kidneys do not bother me." , Price 60c, at all dealers. Don’t simply ask for a kidney remedy—get Doan’s Kidney Pills the same that Mrs. Carbone had. Fosier-Milburn . Co.. Mfrs., Buffalo. N\ Y. A Christmas gift tothe ex-service ; men of the L’nited States in the form j of the passage by Congress of the j Fordney-McCumber adjusted compen sation bill, is a prediction made at Washington by John Thomas Taylor. I '‘ice chairman of the American t Legion’s Legislative Committee. Advertising In Tba Evening brings results. w-* -—, .iiw.-.iWio, a. AIvYLAND, WLDiNiiSDAV, AUGUST IC, 10-2. BALLADE OF HIGHBROWS C. W. W. in the Conning Tower, New York World George Moore Is a writer beyond com pare. A super-ftylist, hia scrivening eltowe;. lie hadn't an equal anywhere; Whatever there is to know he knows. And say. how that fellow': language frowst •'llelolse and Abelard" is. no doubt. Of ica°terpieces the rarert rose-- Rut what the hell is it all about? % This Cabell, who seems to thrive on the air Of Poicu sme, and who depicts the woes Of the long dead lords and the ludies there. Leaves me in a manner of speaking, froze "Jurgen" induces a dreamless doze — I read the book when it first came out—- It gives his adorers ecstatic throes, But what the hell is it all about? Beerbohm is "precious”; Macben is "rare"; One has a "flavor”; the other glows With an “inner light”; and what a flair For life D. H. Lawrence has! It grows. His fame, for everywhere anyone goes He meets a host of defenders stout. His latest’ opus I read to the close— But what the hell is it all about? L'ENVOI. Prince, yttu have read them all, I sup pose. Enlighten, 1 pray, this lowbrow lout; These are the masters of Perfect Prose— But what the hell is it all about? SULPHUR CL 1 PIMPLY SKIN J k_ " I r Apply Sulphur as Told Whin Your Skin Breaks Out Any breaking out of the skin on face, neck, arms or body is overcome quickest by applying Mentbo-Sulphur Tho pimples seem to dry right up and go away, declares a noted skin specialist. Notlilng has ever been found to take tbe place of sulphur as a pimple re mover. It is harmless and inexpen ; slvo. Just ask any druggist for o small jar of Howies Mentho-Sulphur and use it like cold cream.—(Adv.) Everybody seems to have the In alienable right to quit wont, except mother.—lndianapolis Star. e—r— ■ i _ NOTICE TO CREDITORS Noth** la hereby given that the, sub sarlhers. of Arlne Arundel county, have ob tained from the Orphans’ Court of Anne Arundel County. In Maryland, Letters Tes tamentary on the persona] estate of HENRY B. MYERS, late of Anne Arundel county. All persona having claims against tbe deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with .the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber on or before the lth I>AY OF FEBRUARY, 19J3. They may otherwise, by law, be excluded from all benefit of said estnte. All per sons Indebted to said estate ore requested to make immediate payment. Given under our bauds this Bth day of August, 1922. WALTER H. MYF.RS, NICHOLAS H. GREEN, *■ Executors. ORDER NISI Henrietta M. C. Maynard, et al vs. Pauline it Trout, et al. No. 4C40 Equity. In the Circuit Court for Anne Arundel Co Ordered, this 2nd day of August, 1922. that the sale of the property mentioned In these proceedings, made and reported by Eugene P. Childs, Trustee, be ratified and confirmed unless cause to the contrary thereof be shown on or before the 4th DAY OF SEPTEMBER. 1822; Provided. A ocqry of this order be Inserted In some newspaper published lu Aunt Arundel county. once in each of three suc cessive weeks before the 4th day of Sep tember, 1922. The report states the amount of Bales to be 2.10a04, - t ! WM. N. WOODWARD, Clerk. True Copy, Test: UM. N. WOODWARD, Clerk. For Sale and Rent! FOR SALE 5O-foot lot; northwest *lde of Thompson street. FOR SALE Coal - burning kitchen range with hot water back. FOB RENT—Furnished apartment at 59 Maryland avenue. C. H. RAWLINS, JIL, Pfcone M4-J. 7 Franklin St. al NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice Is hereby given that the sub scriber. of Anne A*uttdel 'county, has of>. talned from the Orphans' Court of Anne Arundel County, in Maryland Letters Tes tamentary on tfie personal estate of MARY E. HOWES, late of Anne Aruudel county, deceased. All persons having claims against iix> de >-eased are hereby warned to evhlltit tbe tame, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber on or Itefore the *!• DAY Or KERRI ARY, IttS. They tuay otherwise, by law, be excluded from alt benefit of said estate. A4l per sons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment. Given nnder my hand this 15th day of August. 1922. .EDITH H. SPIT. 8 ; l7-tl. Administratrix c. t. a. CHARLES M. CARLSON 1 GLOUCESTER STREET CONTRACTOR RR* BOLDER Mtestn ChsTfaUy Utm. PROVE 91 ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY BONDS $400,000 FOR SALE Pursuant to Chapter 508 of the Acta of the General Assembly of Maryland of 1822, providing fur it,. Issue of the bonds herein mentioned and described, the Coun ty f Anue Aruudel County win receive sealed bid# for the purchase of bonds of Anne Arundel Cuunty, Mary land. as follows: 4ut.oou four and one-balf per <-ent. bonds, to be known as Loan of Said bonds win all be dated July 1. 1922. They will bear interest at tbe rate of four and one-balf per >entum t4‘j per centum;, payable semi annually on me first day of and January In each year during tbe courtnuance of tbe loan, i be principal of laid loan will be payable upon tbe aerial annuity plan, aa provided In said Act of 1922. Chapter ous. us fol lows : Merles A to Y, Inclusive, each aeries for |lo.ufi; Series A payable July 1. 1924. and each succeeding series payable July Ist of each year following July J. 1924, Including July 1, 1948. The said bonds will be of the denomi nations of 45uu and 41.u0u. and will be issued with interest coupons attached. Said bonds are forever exempt from all taxation for State, County, Municipal and County School purposes. The said bids or proposals must be de livered to tbe Clerk of the County Com missioners at bis office In tbe Court House In Annapolis, Maryland, before 12 o'clock noon, (standard time* Tuesday, Aepteni her sth. 1922. Each bid must be for cash on delivery; must be enclosed In a sealed envelope addressed on tbe outside "Pro posal for Bonds, Auue Arundel County. 1922." Each bid mutt be accompanied by a certified check upon some responsible banking institution drawn to tbe order of County Commissioners of Anue Arundel County for live per centum of the par value of the amount bid for. All bids or proposals will be opeued at 12 o’clock noon (standard time) Tuesday September sth. 1922. in the preseine of the County Commissioners. Said bonds will not be sold for less than their par value aud ac crued Interest. On the opening of said proposals ns many of said bonds as have been bid for. not exceeding, however, the amount for which proposals are Invited, may be awarded to the highest responsible bidder or bidders therefor for cash; and If two or more responsible bidders have made the same bid and sn-h bid Is the highest ami tbe bonds so bid for by such highest re sponsible bidders are In excesss of the whole amount of bonds as offered for sale, then such bonds may be awarded In a rat able proportion to such responsible bid ders bidding the nsuie price. The County Commissioner* of Anne Aruudel County may. In tlielr discretion, accept one bid for all of said loan, or separate bids for parts of sAid loan ns may produce the largest amount In their discretion: and they may In their dis i cret lou accept bids which may be for part of said loan, but are not for all, nnd they, r reserve the right In tlielr discretion to re ject .ill bids or any bid. Bidders are referred to the said Chap ter 608 of the acts of the General Assem bly of Maryland of 1922. ns containing the terms and provisions of Jhls loan. THE CfiCNTY COMMISSIONERS OF AVNE ARFNDEL COCNTY. 8. O. TILGHMAN, Clerk. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given that the sub scriber, of Anue.Aruudel county, has ob tained from the Orphans' Court of Anne Arundel county, iu Maryland. letters of Administration on the personal estate of WILLIAM FARRELL, late of Anne Arundel county, deceased. All persons having claims against the de ceased Hi'e hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber on or before the 34th DAY OK J AVIARY, 192.1. They may otherwise, by law. be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All per-' son* lndehted to said estnte are requested to make Immediate paymeut. Given under my hand tills 18th day of July, 1922. JOHN M. TAYLOR. Aduilulstrator. FOR SALE 1 : Dwelling, M looms, including bath; electric lights; overlooking Spa Creek, on Conduit street; 81,000 cash, balance on time. Bungalow, 5 rooms;-electric lights; on Chesapeake avenue; si.ooo cash, balance on time. Lots at Murray Hill, West Annapolis aud Eastport. B. J. WIEGARD *1 SCHOOL ST. PHONE 459. J. air Hyde brothers^ Plumbing and Heating 129 MARKET STREET PHONE US9-J. PROMPT SERVICE! W. B. & A. Electric Railroad MLD-C4TY TERMINALS (DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME.) Half-Hourly Service Morning and Evening Between Aaunpolia, Baltimore aid Washington and Camp Meade (Washington and Camp Meade passenger? change at Naval Academy Junction.) LEAVE ANNAPOLIS West Street Station 8 10. *5.50, 6.20, x 6 50. x 7.50. 8 20. 8.20. 10.20, 11.20, A. M . 12.20. 1 20, 2.20, 3.20 A2a X 1.50, 5 20. 6.20, 7.00, 8.20, 10.20, Leave Naval Academy Gate 10 minutes earlier; State House Station, Bladen Street and College Avenue, aeven (7) minutes earlier. Connecting at Odeoton with P. R. R. (Effective Dec. 18, 1821.) ANNAPOLIS 6HORT LINE DIV. Bladen Street Station 8.20 A. M. aud half-hourly thereafter at 20 and 50 minuses after each hour anttl 6O P. M., then at 7.50, 6.50. 8,50. 10.60, and 11.60 P. M. 8.20 and 5.50 A. M. trains dally except Sunday. LEAVE BALTIMORE—W.. B. A A. 8.35. 7-35, 8.35. 9.35, 10.35, 11.35. A. M„ 12 35. L 35. 2JSTS.SS, x 4.. 4.35, x 5.06 5.35^ A35, 7.36, 9.38. 11.35, P. M., 12.35, All trains receive or discharge passengers at local points between Annapolis and Naval Academy Junction and at Ship ley and Lintbieum on signal (Effective Dee. 18, 1821.) ANNAPOLIS SHORT LINE DIV. Howard nnd Lombard Ota. 5.15 A. M. and half-hourly (hereafter at 15 and 45 minutes after each honr until .15 P. Mr. then at 7.15, 8.15, 915, 10.15, 11.15, P. M.. and 12.15. A. M. 8-13 and 5.45 A. M. trains dally except Sunday. LEAVE WASHNGTON fi.oo. 6.45. 8.09, 9.00. 10.00. 11.00 A. M„ 12.00 I *!' 2-00. S-00. X 3.30 4.00, X 4.30, B OO! 0.00. 7.00. 940, 11.00 K M.. 12.10 A. V x—Dally except Sunday. For tickets and Information apply at our Street Station, State House Station. College Avenue and Su*t; Cat sal Hail. Maryland 1922 ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY ; REFERENDUMS i . 1 GOVERNOR’S PROCLAMATION i At the January fyesalon, 1922, of tli*- Ornrtal Assembly of Mary land, three Acts were passed known aa tuputl 34U. 496 and 524 <it said A. ts*. and ill relating to Anne Aiundei County. wLKIi told Acta are in words and figures following: Anne Arundel: CHAPTER 340. 1922 AN ACT to repeal Section 182 11 of the Public General Uwt of Maryland, en titled "Kleetiuus." subtitle Primary Klectlous," proildlug for tbe party nominations of cauiudate* for, County Commissioners in Aune Arundel County, as the saute was enacted by Chapter 114 of tbe Acts of 192 U Section L Be it enacted by tbe General Assembly i' Maryland. Thai Section 192-B of the Public General Laws of Maryland, entitled "Ejections,” sub-Utle "Primary Klectlous,” providing for me party uomi nation or candidates tor County t;..minis •loners In Aune Arundel County, as the satne was enacted by Chapter 114 of the Acta of 192 u, be und the same ts hereby repealed. Approved April 13, 1922. CHAPTER 49, 11122. AN ACT to create and establish a new election district In Aune Afundel Couu ty, to be known as the Seveuth Election District. and Co provide for tbe propel registration of the legal and quuUileq voters and the holding of elections therein und provided for Jury .service. Section 1. Re It enacted by the Geueral Assembly of Maryland, That a new elec tion district be, uml tl>e same is hereby created und established lu Anne Arundei County from part of Hie' Eighth Kloctlon District of mild county, sot).to be know-i as the Seventh Election District; the said district to be establish'd oy toe ftSpei visors of Election as herrinaiter provided, lu time for the registration of voters leg ally entitled to register therein at the liesi general registration, as provided for umlet the General Laws of Muryluud. Section 2. And he It further enacted That the said Election District so created shall he known as the Seventh Election Plstrlct of Anne Arundel County, and shall be within tbe following bounds, U wit: Beginning for tbe same on the pres ent division line between the Eirst au< Eighth Election Districts' in tlie center o. West River, und continuing ou the said Urn in a southwesterly and westerly directloi to the Intersection with the present pub lie road from OwensvUle to Sudley; tin-no leaving the said division line between th Eirst and Eighth Election Districts am following the center of the public road It a southerly direction to Sudley; then™ continuing. on the center of the publb road from Sudley in u southerly directloi toward Nutvvell to a point where this rdm i crosses a stream known us Tracy'* Branch; thence leaving tbe public roa< and following the center of the salt Tracy's Bfa neb In an easterly and south erly direction to Herring Bay, ami tbeuci by Herring Bay and Chesapeake Bay h the place of beginning. (For the purpost of tnxation the said public road from Bud ley to a point where this road crosses i stream known as Tracy's Branch, shall lx • considered lu the new district hereby ■ created, to he known as the Seventh Elec tion District.) Section 3. Aud he It further enacted That the polling place of said new distilci to be known ami designated as the .Sev enth Election Dial! id shall be at souk place to be selected by the Supervisors ol Election of said Oouuty. and for the pur pose of providing for the registration o voters In said district, and the holding o, elections therein said Supervisors of Elec lion shall make the necessary appoint uients of officials, and provide the neces saty books, ballot boxes, aud other thing: as are. required for the registration o votes and the holding or elet tTons lu othe districts. All persons living in said dls trlCt who are entitled to register shal register In said district. Section 3 1 *!. And he it further enacted That for the purpose of Jury service a: provided for finder Section 251, page IB of Melvin’s Local Code for Anne Arunde County, the judges or Judge of the Clr cult Court for Anne Arundel County, shal treat the Seventh Election District' as be lug part of the Eighth, Election District i and as If no division had been made o the latter district. Section 4. And be it further enacted That this Act Is hereby declared to be ai emergency law and necessary for the lm mediate preservation of the public safety und being passed upon a yea anil nay vo'ti supported by three-fifths of all the mem hers elected to each of the Houses of tie General Assembly, the same shall take ef feet from the date of Its passage. Approved April 13, 1922. CHAPTER 524. 1922. AN ACT to repeal and re-enact wit! an endments Chapter 13 of the Acts o, the General Assembly of Marylanc passed at the special session thereof ii the year 1901. being Section 1511 of Mel vlu s Code or Public Local Laws fo Anne Arundel County, sub title "County Commissioners,’' and to repeal all act’: or parts of Acts Inconsistent therewith particularly Sections 191. 192 and 193 o Article 2 of the Code of Public Locai Laws of Maryland, title "Aune Arunde County,’’ sub-title “Roads.’’ being Sec tlou 310. 3|* aud 318 of said Melvln’t Code. The said Section 153 providing for reducing the uuuibcr of Countv Commissioners from seven to three, re’ luting to their duties and qualification! aud for road administration by then and the appointment of a County Rout' Engineer by them. t(r Section 1. Be It effaced by the Genera Assembly of Maryland, That Chapter l: of the Acts of the (ietieral Asstsnbly o Maryland, passed at the Special Sessloi thereof in the year 1901, Sectioti 153 o: Melvins Code of Public Local Laws fo t Anne Aruudel County* sub-title* "County t ommlssloners,” be and the same is here by repealed and re-enacted with amend uients, so as to read as follows: 153. At the Geueral Election to be heir ou the first Tuesday after the first Mon day in the year nineteen hundred ami twenty-three, there shall be elected thre* County Commissioners for Aune Arunde, (ouuty, who shall each be elected for : term of four years, and at the general election for the year nineteen hundred and twenty-six and every four years there after, there shall be elected three County Commissioners for Anne Arundel County Said Commissioners ahull meet at their of fice In the Court House at Annapolis foi the transaction of the duties of their office at least two days in each week and on such other days as they may deem neces sary. . A person to be eligible for the office of County Commissioner for Anne Arundel County shall have actually resided In sale* county for at least ten years, and shall be a taxpayer upon real estate in *->*,• county, assessed for at least twenty-five hundred dollars ami which g&iu ment shall have been upon the county rec- V twelve months prior to the date of election In the year of his can dldticy. Knob County Commissioner shall receive a salary of twelve hundred dollar? a year, without mileage or other extra compensation of anv kind. The said County Commissioners of Anne Arundel are authorized and empowered to control and regulate fhe public roads and bridges in said county; they shall sit as a Road Board once in each week, and of tener if deemed-by them necessary to the public Interests, for tbe considerations and determination of matters relating to county roads and bridges. It shall be the duty of each of said Countv Coromix sioners to make careful Inspection of road work in tbe several districts of the countv and to thoroughly familiarize himself with tbe same. The said board shall keep an accurate and systematic audit of tbe road and bridge funds and accounts which shall always be an open record of tbelr office The said County Commissioners shall, at the time of making the normal levy in saul county. levy upon tbe taxable property In the several districts, thereof a road tax not to exceed eighty cents on tbe hundred dollars for esch district and such said tax snail be used for tbe repair and mainten ance of public roads and bridges In the same districts where levied and collected and no other. All of the taxes herein authorised shall be levied and collected as are other county taxes and shall he dis bursed by the County Commissioners upon public road and bridges in Anne Arundel County, and not otherwlae. The said County Commissioners rball. within sixty days after tbelr election rnd qualifications, appoint some coiuoe.ent person at County Road Engineer of Aune Arundel County. who shall hold office from the date of his appointment until re moved ior cause as now proviuod by law. or until he voluntarily tellUddislie* the same, and wh* shall receive a salary not to exceed thirty-five hundred doll-ns per yesr payiHjie monthly, and an allowance for traveling und all other expenses u-t to ex.-eed five hundred dollars He shall be a graduate civil engineer, with a degree from mi Institution of orpinit'-tl standing or shall have had at least five years' pr* tual experience in civil eugineeriug; and the County Commissioners shall make suob appointment without reference to the political oplnious of the person so ap pointed. „ , Section 2. And be It further enacted, That all Acts or parts of Acts inconsistent with the aforegoing nrovbdois qr any of them and particularly Se tionS 19f. 192 and 193 of the Code of I’ubllc Local }*iw of Maryland, title "Anne Arundel County." sub-tltie "Roads.” being MeetloUa 31th 317 and 319 of Melvin’s Code of I'ubtlc Local Law's of Anne Arundel County, and the same is hereby repealed to the extent of any such Inconsistency Approved April 13, 1922. AND WHEREAS. The Secretary of State has. under the provisions of Article 10 of the Constitution of Maryland, been legally and duly petitioned to submit the above recited Acts to the legal and quali fied voters of Anne Aruiulel County, for their adoption or rejection, at the election to he held in Maryland ou November 7th. 1 NOW. THEREFORE. I. ALRERT C. RITCHIE. GOVERNOR OF MARYLAND, pursuant to the direction and authority •ontalned lu Section 5 of Article 1 of the Constitution of Maryland, do hereby order and .direct that this Proclamation iot:i'u •ng h full, true aud correct copy of said Acts of the General Assembly of Mary land of 1922. be published lu st leist two newspapers In Anne Affifide! County, In -•iich manner and for sucii time as Is pro vided In Section 1 of Al-.lcle 14 of the •’•institution of Maryland. GIVEN UNDER MY HAND AND THE GREAT SEAL :The Great Done st the City of Annapolis, Seal of this 25th day of Juiy, 1922. Maryland.) **ftK ALBERT C. RITCHIE. By the Governor: PHILIP B. PERLMAN, Secretary of State. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given that the sub tcrlber. of Anne Arundel county, has ob tained from the Orphans' Court of Anne Arundel County, lu Maryland Letters Tes ’amentary oil tlio personal estate of JOHN I. LEW IS. ate of Anne Arundel county, deceased. All persons having claims against ’lie ile •enseil are hereby warned to exhibit ih* tame, with the vouchers tnereof, to the uibserlber on or before llie 21st HAY OF FF.IIKI ANY, 1023. They may otherwise, by law, be excluded from nil heueftt of said estate, nil per tous Indebted to said estate are requested o make immediate payment. Given under my linnd this 15th day of August, 1922. may Hill lewis. 4-17-td. Administratrix c. t. a. PIANO TUNING and CHAIR CAINING PROMPTLY DONE! 'York Called For and Promptly Delivered! PHONR SJI2-M. WM. MUHLMEISTER 20 W’KMT BT. 024 A BY-LAW Imposing the Tax Kale for the Fleesl Year Ending June 30, 1023. Section 1. Be It established aud or iaiueil by the Mayor, Counselor and Al •iernten of Che City of Annapolis, that the ax lute of one hundred cents, he und the mine ts hereby imposed on each one him ired doliurs of the assessable property in .he City of Auiuipolis for the nseul yea: •tiding June ;tO, 1923, to he collected pur maut to the laws as contained lu the ..'barter, ami tbe By-Laws and ordinances jf the Mayor, Counselor and Aldermen of be City of Annapolis. .Section 2. And be it further egtabllsheu uid ordained by tins authority ufuresgi.ii .hat out of the amount named lu the first ectiou of this By-Law the sum of twelve, ents out of each One hundred cents col 'cteil be and the came is hereby set apart -or the sinking fund to p.-ry tue Interest >u the builds of the City of Annapolis, as required by the Arts of the General As sembly of Maryland at the sessions o! 1898, 1900, 1900. 1910 and 1922. Section 3. Aud be a further established iud ordained by the authority ufor.esuld, hut out of the amount named lu tbe said lrst section of this By-Law, the sum ol >he and one-third cents out of each one Hundred cents collected he und the sain*- s hereby set apart for tlie Sinking fund to neet the bonds issued in tbe yeur 1898, upon maturity. Section 4. And be it further established and ordalued by the authority aforesaid .hat out of the ainouut named in said first section of this By-Law, the sum of three cents out of each one hundred cents col* leted be and the same is hereby set upart tor a sinking fund to meet tbe bonds Is sued in the year 1900, upon maturity. Section 5. And be It further established and ordalued by the authority aforesaid :bat>out of the amount named In the first section of this By-loiw, the sum of one mil one-thiril eents out of ea-h one hun dred cents collected he and the same Is Hereby set apart for a sinking fund to meet the bonds Issued lu the year 1900 Upon maturity. Section il. And be it further established and ordained by the authority aforesaid that out of the amount named in the said first section of this By-Law the sum of one aud one-tldrd cents out of each one hundred cents collected be and the same Is hereby set apart for. a sinking fund to meet the bonds issued in the year 1910 upon maturity. Setlon 7. And be It further established ind ordained by tbe authority aforesaid that out of the amount named In the said first section or this By-Law tbe sum of three cents out of each one hundred cents collected be and the same Is hereby sK apart for a sinking fund to meet the pro posed bonds to be issued in 1922, upon maturity. Section R. And be it further establislw.il and ordained .by the authority aforesaid that it shall be the duty of the Collector and Treasurer to collect the sums so set apart for the several sinking funds, anil to keep separate receipts and accounts there of, and to deposit the same to the credit of the said sinking funds, as required bv the 'several Acts and Ordnance* relating to and providing for said several bond Is sues. and to receive on account thereof 'nothing but current money of the Foiled States, and.it shaft be fbe duty of tl*e said Collector find Treasurer, and, he is hereby directed to exprss on tbe tax bills for the said fiscal year seyenty-eigbt cents out of each one hundred cent* collected )*. fur the ordinary expense* city, and that twelve cents out of each onJ hundred '•ents collected Is for a sinking fund to hay the Interest on tbe bonds autborlred by the different Acts of Assembly, as arorsaid; and that one nd nfae-third cents out of each one hundred cents collected Is for the sinking fund for the payment of the bonds Issued under the authority of **gL A <* "f Assembly ..f the year 1898; and that three cents out of each one hundred cents collected H for the Unking fund for the pajincnt of,the bonds Issued under trie authority of the Act of Assembly of the year 1900; and that one. and ope-thlrd cents opt of each one hundred cent* col lected is for flic sinking fund tor the oav ment of bonds Issued for the year 1906- and that one and one-third cents nnt of eacl, one hundred cents collected Is for t'.e sinking fund for the nayment at bonds JSE?* i he v u ar 1910: f,n ' l tha t three out Of ear>h one hundred cents ooi lected is for the slaking fund for the psv ment of bonds proposed to be Issued In flatten ft. And be It established and or 2£g£*l*l. that this w*-Lsrw Wn take effect from the date of Its passage. Approved July 28, 1922. SAMUEL JONES. Attest f Mayor. EMMA ABBOTT GAGE, ' City Clerk. -■ —--HZl3l^^ CLASSIFIED ADS* MONEY TO I,oin t FOR SALE I'w.i lit,: *— •<ne for $. r *i one m.;,: ( , ,k '' two years, bearing <; . secured by Mnryl.-iu.i t,.,,. ■> *3..*w. llulih- and *.':i: insured tor $2.70u \\ . ' r.i! t“' t > notes. A.ijrs ii, \ . FOR 811.E FtHt SALE Liberty property ~f i.ttl.cr , ' 1 si ll fur y.Ksi is qm,[ , F>K sALKr-Large 1..,p v , 1 tlcally new. Apply i k " FOR HALE*-Yaltighle hi sIT. S. L. H, IL. College Creek .u .l ‘ ’ "*'•’ Street. Dluieiistwiis. , •, $2.20u Also lug, sTi\ l.;, *' t ‘ street ext* in ted It*,,. '1 koluas M.tiuiklau \ F. Lee, “ 4 " ' " Oi*. - *.'t FOR SALE House; ten r. . . , Equlpp*-d for two ap.i! i U i. i.t, ". ‘ a ‘ able lor lew rouinei - i avuilubl*- at once; . .i, ’. •‘"ck 24. Capital oth.-e r * ,Ul * ! " ' •;* for sale Dwciihiv ~ iTrr t Gloucester str*i*t; y* io,i v , “■'* >f Wiegsrd. Iti-iil Kstste him i,‘„u \ ‘ J S*-hool street. I*tn.in- i i I ■ • ..1, FOR SALE Lumber Ul . ■ siding, etc. Royal \\ street. * ’ ’‘-'ia - , a!H FOR mii i known as No. j.m i;;,,-, , s , ! i Brice fl.raw. Reasotiiihlc i,, in ‘ F. Lee. Lee Bldg. FOR MALE 18 foot d.MdrP.. I horsepiwer I‘aimer euglm Ford rbuilng car; in , ‘‘ Vi * der Call Phone 57<; B FOR SALE Cimfeitloner\ si, . and fixtures. Apply n. 3 IV, st street * ab FOR MALE- Drophead Wheeler A ~\ ~r n seating machine; in perfe-t order t.! everything eomplete i ~si , j*. 1 . 1 * sell for 25. Apply 21 Nurthwesi • _ al! FOR SALK Large Ice fins SiiitThiiT , u grm-ery store; cheap Appu i„ , lege uveuuc. * "L FOR -At Cedar l’ark, h,.i,te ihsif . bungalow); lot 100x250 , 8 r.„.n,. '* ; Kacnp**: poult! v ' hnnw $4,300. Terms If desite,|. .1 s'r M , kLlnn ( Apply on premises. FOR HALE—Beautiful lot st Geruiinn.*,, i fronting on two stre.te. 40x250 1 all around; wafer st khi.* n,e„, > quick buyer. Apply 43 Demi etieet % FOB RIT> i FOR RENT—Furnished apartment; res* unable. "A. B C.” Capital i.ffive. FOR RENT —n.M.se on fk-vern avenue anil Washington street. Kastport eie.-trl,- lights; water in house; otittiullfllogs Apply on premise*. apj FOR RENT—Newly furnluhid apmtment near Nnval Academy. Box it* i ~b FOR RENT —House at 30 Murray sveniis. beginning Juno 15. Apply Julias Brewer and Son. JlO if. FOR RlfcNT—House t IS State Clri-ie f.ir I three months. Apply Julian Brewer and Son - Jlo tf WANTED WANTED—Woman or gli 1 —.-oinpetenl f,*r genera) housework and i-ooklti? Apple 127 Charles street. a i*t WANTED —By Navy man, t) mom hoiiw. with all <‘onyenleni-e*; in good loutlou, Address Box 20, Cspitsl otfii-e all WANTED—Stenographer deilres p<rslt‘.<>n. Small salary to stall with Apple Km 25, Capital office. a;; WANTED TO LEASE W ANTED TO LEASE - Modem houn- S or B) rooms. Apply Box 23, < apltsl otfii-e. ab WATERFRONT PROPEKTY SOFTH RIVER BARK THE IDEAL BI'NGAI.OW coI.ON'V FOR MALE Waterfront lot*. sooo tn $1,250. Bungalows, $1,12)0 to (3,250; lit miles from Annapolis ou the Wanhini ton and Auuapotis Bike. Apply <’ H- Neely, at ntth-i* Sontli Itlver l-.irk A**e , Arundel County, Md. <1 NOTICE TO CinilWS! I, George F. Quaid, having been elected as Collector and Treasurer of the Corporation of Annapolis, hereby give notice that I will be ready to begin the collection of taxes for the levy of 1922 at my office in the Municipal Building, Gloucester street, on and after Monday, August 7, 1922, from 9:30 A. M. to 3 P M. All bills not paid by September 1, 1922, interest at the rate of 0 per cent, will be charged. Bills will be mailed on request and receipts promptly returned. GEORGE F. QUAID, Collector and Treasurer of Annapolis. a.31. ORDER NISI MA A 1 W’Hliam H. Botl*-r M *!. v*. *- Addle Ireland et !. No. 4548 Ed ill! v. . r . ■la the Circuit Court for Anne Arana Ordered, , this 15th <lsy of Augnß that the iteport and Ai-i-ona r -f tor. filed thi* -lay In the a Love cause, be ratified and n cause to the contrary thereof w on or before the _ ltb DAY OF SEPTEMBER. ' Provided, a copy of thl* order be in some newsparier puf>.!‘h'-'' - IUC . Arundel County, cesalve weeks before the lfith teraber, next. _ WM. N. WOODWARD, ", j True Copy, Test. WM. S. WOODWARD. rl<>rk - J- E. 0. LEAGUE ROOFING •paattag, Ble* Metal "' 1 •TOTES AND FTBNACi IggYAlt** AN® REPAIR*® /'* PHONR ! • '