IN CITY AND COUNTY
From J Charles Linthlcum and
wife to The Llnlhlcutn Realty Com
pany, tract of land at Linthicum
Heights, Fifth districts
From Aladdin Realty and Unuo ,
Bonders' Corporation to Maty L
Anderson, lot of ground at Colonial
Park, this county.
Frtn Flora Ethel Andrews and
husband to Thomas A Robbins and i
wife, lot of ground at Felicity Cove
From Hugh R. Riley. Attorney, to
Joshua S. Linthlcum, tract of land in i
From Seth H. Linthlcum, Trustee
to J Charles Linthlcum and wife.'
tract of land at Llnthhum Heights '
Fifth district, containing LiO acres.
From John K. Wiseman and w ife j
and others to lona dross, tract of
land at West River, Eighth district j
containing 1 acre.
From The Southern Realty Com
pany, of Baltimore city, to Julius F j
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Magothy Reach, Third district.
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FlfrnUce and Manufacturing Com pa iy
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ground at dlen Burnie, Fifth district j
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TOB 1Y AMI TOMORROW, AUGUST IS. I#.
TWO SHOWS NIGHTLY 7:M-I:I5
DOMINGO’S FILIPINO SERENADERS
A MUSICAL FESTIVAL
“A Night In The Philippines”
Strictly lllßh-(-|HM siimern, Featuring String anil Voc-Al Helen lon* from Grand
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COME AM> 11KAIt IHIMIMtiO'S SS.IHN) VIOLIN !
Anil Added Attrnction s
WILLIAM DUN( AN AMI FRITH JOHNSON IN “THE SILENT VOW.”
And a Good Comedy.
‘Adults, vH*.; Children, IV. (Thin I not u<lf> M tux.)
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Opens Tuesday, August 22nd
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F'rom James Clinton Mcwshaw to
Gustavia E. J. Thompson, two lots of
ground at Brooklyn Heights, Third*
From Howard M. Roberts to Fran
ciszek Wasielewski and wife, tract of
land at Glen Burnie. Fifth district.
F'rom Leonard J Carlberg and wife
to F'rank Wasielewski and wife, two
lots of ground In the county.
F'rom Aladdin Realty, and Home
Builders’, Inc., to Cornelia Brown, lot
uf ground at Colonial Park, this
F’rom Robert L. Werntt to Orlando
Grover Gardner and wife, tract of
land at Dividing Creek, this county,
containing 1 acre.
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Baltimore city, to Thomas J. Whitten
and wife, two tracts' of land in the
F’rom Francis Joseph Schmidt and
wife to Beattie Imogene Steiner, lot
of ground on Second street, Anna
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Company, Inc., to Huntington D. Saw
kins and wife, two lots of ground at
Manhattan Beach, Second district.
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to Claude B. Whitby, tract of land on
Magothy river, Third district, contain
ing 5 64-100 acres.
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Frank B. Gcssner and wife, lot of
ground at Murray HIM, Annapolis.
F'rom James Jennings and wife to
John S. Jennings, tract of land in the
Third district, containing 2 acres.
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THE EVENING CAPITAL, ANNAPOLIS. MARYLAND, FRIDAY. AUGUST IS, 1*922.
TWO NEW INSTRUCTORS |
FOR UNIV. OF MARYLAND'
COLLEGE PARK, MI), Aug. 18.—
F. J. Doan, graduate of Pennsylvania
State College, and Roy Ingham, a
graduate of th e University of Ne
braska, have arrived here to become
associated with the teaching staff of
the Department of Dairy Husbandry
at the University of Maryland.
Mr. Doan, who has been employed
in numerous capacities by commercial
dairy enterprises in New. York and
Wisconsin, will devote his time par
ticularly to instruction in advanced
registry and Babcock testing work
and to special lines of research. Mr.
Ingham will conduct courses for
students of the Veterans’ Bureau,
specializing in herd management and
dairy machinery operation.
The additions to the teaching staff
of the Department of Dairy Hus
bandry are in line with the recently
announced policy of President A. F
Woods to place this branch of Univer
sity work on a footing with the im
portance of the dairy industry in the
State, and are preliminary to the
erection of a dairy manufacturing
building for which funds have been
AT THE REPUBLIC TODAY AND
American theatregoers who revel
led in tho dramatic wealth of “The
Heart of Humanity” and capitulated
to the irresistible qualities of “The
Right to Happiness,” are doubtless of
the opt titbit that in these two photo
dramas Dorothy Phillips and Aljen
Holubar, star and director, have
reached the heights of screen perfec
i tion. But the public is asked to re
: serve its final verdict until it has had
j a view of ‘‘Once to Flvery Woman,”
the newest Jewel super-production,
i coming to the Republic Theatre today
land tomorrow'. Rodolph Valentine
supports the star and does some ex
* ceptionally fine work.
The popular appeal of "Once to
Every Woman" is heightened because
it deals with every-day people and
I treats of a theme that is as old as
Misß Phillips first appears as a
I schoolgirl, the daughter of a village
blacksmith, who, because of her good
I looks and sweet voice, is the pet of
the family. She accepts the sacrifices
of her parents and sisters, and whet
; a visitor from New York offers tc
i send her abroad to have her voice
i trained she leaves home with no re
After many dramatic episodes she
finally reaches the goal of her ambi
tion—the creation of star role in a
| new grand opera in New York. Her
humble home and family are forgot
ten. Then a tremendous shock cause?
the loss of her voice. Her new-found
; friends and admirers leave her. In
her mother’s great love she finds real
. happiness at last. —(Adv.)
AT THE GARDEN TODAY AND
J. P. McGowan is announced for the
Garden Theatre today and tomorrow
in “The Ruse of The Rattler,” a West
i ern romantic drama from the storj
by Anthony W. Coldewey. Mr. Mc-
Gowan plays the part of a bad mar
who finds some good in himself when
he meets a slip of a girl who has
1 the courage to defy him.
in “The Ruse of the Rattler” is her
alded as,a top notch Western thriller,
full of plot and counterplot, action
suspense and a charming romance
1 One of the thrills is a spectaculai
j The star, who also directed this
! Herald Production presented by Play
goers, is given the leading support ol
pretty and talented Lillian Rich, re
membered with Mahlon Hamilton, in
!‘‘Half a Chance,” and with H. B. War
ner in “Dice of Destiny.” Other im
portant parts are enacted by Jean
Perry, G. McGregor, Stanley Fitz.
! Dorothy Wolbert and Andrew Wald
“NOAH’S ARK” ARRIVES
Elephants, Leopards And Other
Beasts On The Yorck.
The steamship Yorck of the North
; German Lloyd, first of this line to ar
i rive in more than six weeks, appeared
! a veritable Noah’3 Ark yesterday
I when she docked at Pier 2, Hoboken
j On board, consigned to animal dealers
! throughout the country, were twe
| elephants, three leopards and 142
j other kinds of beasts and birds.
All were unloaded without unto
! ward event and are now being trans
: ported to their destinations. The
| roars of the animals and the screeeh
, ing of the birds gave the pier the
! atmosphere of a zoo. There were 24S
i passengers on board. — (From the
j York Herald.)
Advertising- In The Evening
' Capital brings results.
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DAY BY DAY
By T. P. Green
Virginij Dare, first child of
English parentage, born in
America on August 18. 1387.
Louisiana claimed for Spain
by Don Alexander O’Reilly on
August 18, 17C9.
Lieut Wilkes put out from
Norfolk, Va.. with U. S. Ant
arctic expedition on August
Santa Fe, New Mexico, cap
tured by Americans, under
Kearney, on August IS, 1840.
New York Central special
for newspapers made a speed *
of 61.6 miles an hour on
August 18, 1886.
Lincoln's birt ipiace, at Hod
ginsville, Ky., with an endow
ment fund of SIOO,OOO, turned
over to the United States Gov
ernment on August 18, 1916.
WOMAN IN JAIL
ON CHARGE OF
(Continued From Page 1.)
unlikely that some important develop
ments will be the result.
In the alleged confession, reference
to the Glenbrook Distillery,” is meant
the “Gwynnbrook Distillery,” this be
ing an error of spelling.
Arrested As Witness Before
The Jonkins woman was originally
arrested with 40-odd other persons,
but released. On Tuesday a warrant
for her arrest was issued by Police
Justice J. Roland Brady of Annapo
lis, at the request of Chief Deputy
.sheriff Louis Schramm, who had been
at work on the case ever since the
> prisoners were all released.
In the note, parts of which are
! looked upon with skepticism, the girl
■ confesses not only the slaying of
Michael Cadora at the Belle Grove
! Inn. but also to the murder of her
’ husband, Elmer Pratt, and the rob
-1 bery of the Gwynnbrook Distillery
(the name being misspelled in the
' confession). The police are inclined
to believe that the confession of the
distillery robbery is an effort to se
' Jure the release of the man Winters
who was sent to the penitentiary for
the murder of a guard at the distii
The note lays stress upon the in
-1 nocence of Winters.
Bootleg Gangs Blamed
At the time of the Belle Grove
j tragedy the police believed the shoot
i ing to have been due to a battle be-
I tween two rival gangs of bootleggers
All of the first reports told of a pistol
duel that raged for almost a half
tour, in which a considerable number
of men were involved. Most of the
witnesses later j called before the
coroner’s jury would admit no knowl
edge whatever ol| the affair and each
was dismissed without further Pght
having been shed upon the killing.
Obtains Aid Of Woman
Deputy Schramm, however, did n.>t
feel satisfied with the result of the in
quest and quietly went to work upon
the case by other methods. He ob
tained the co-operation of VirgiiPa
Pierce, a former companion of the
Bixby woman, alias Jenkins.
Several weeks ago the two wime-n
, went together to the Yarborough
Hotel, at Raleigb, N. C. While they
were stopping there the confession
It is said the Bixby woman wrote
the confession in the presence of Miss
Pierce and placed It on the bureau of
( the room in which they were staying.
She is said to have remarked that she
was tired of the life she had been
leading, and intended to commit sui
cide. Then she left the room.
Companion Secreted Confession
When she returned the confession
was not on the bureau, it wa3 said.
Miss Pierce is said to have told her
she destroyed it and that it was all
nonsense to think of suicide.
They returned to Baltimore to
gether and took up lodgings at 704 W.
Lombard street. Last Tuesday Mr.
Schramm was introduced in Balti
more to Mabel by Virginia.
Deputy Sheriff Schramm was ac
' quainted with Virginia Pierce, who
was an acquaintance of Mabel Jen
kins. He enlisted the services of Miss
Pierce in an effort to obtain more
light on the shooting.
Tuesday last Schramm went to
Baltimore in an automobile, called at
the house where Mabel Jenkins and
Virginia Pierce were staying, and in
vited them to go with him for a drive.
When they arrived at a point in tho
Third district of the county Schramm
served the warrant and conveyed his
prisoner to the jail.
Announcement of the arrest wasj
withheld at the time to allow Deputy
Sheriff Schramm to collect additional
evidence in the-case.
DAVIDSONVILLE S. S.
TO HOLD PICNIC AUG. 23
j 4 \
The Sunday School picnic of the
M. E. Church. Davidsonville, will bej
held on Wednesday afternoon, August l
23. beginning at 2:30 p. m. on the'
lawn of A. C. Stallings. It is ex-
I pected to game of baseball by
jthe Junior nine; also games and races
| for children. Ice cream, cake, and i j
.home-made candy will be on sale. |
Daily Scores, Schedules, And
Club Standing Of The
Scores Of Yesterday
New York. 6; Pittsburgh. 3.
Chicago. 7; Boston, 2.
Philadelphia, 1; Cincinnati. 0.
Brooklyn, 8; St. Louis. 7.
Boston at Pittsburgh.
Brooklyn at Cincinnati.
New York at Chicago.
Philadelphia at St. Louis.
Standing Of The Clubs
W. L. P. f!.
New York C7 45 .598
St Louis G 4 49 .566
Chicago 64 49 .566
Pittsburgh 59 51 .536
Cincinnati 61 54 .530
Brooklyn 54 56 .491
Philadelphia .... 39 66 .371
Boston 35 73 .324
Scores Of Yesterday
New York, 7; Detroit. 2.
Boston, 3-5; Chicago, 2-1.
St. Louis, S; Washington, 5.
Philadelphia, 8; Cleveland, 1.
Chicago at New York.
St Louis at Philadelphia.
Detroit at Boston.
Cleveland at Washington.
Standing Of The fTubs
W. L. P. C.
St. Louis 68 46 .596
New York 67 47 .588
Detroit 60 54 .526
Chicago 57 56 .504
Cleveland 58 59 .496
Washington .... 54 59 .478
Philadelphia .... 45 64 .413
Boston 44 6S .393
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CIRCLE KgagySS TONIGHT
MABEL BALLIN m “MARRIED PEOPLE”
A LITTLE CHILD SHALL LEAD THEM
A childless couple. Quarrel continually. Wife's extravagance. Contemplating divorce. The liur r < ’
l lie shot- and then. Married people, single people and everybody should see this picture.
Also a Good Torchy Comedy, Sport Review ard “Aesops Fables”
SHOWS AT 7:15 ANI) 9 PRICES: 19c. and *>'•
Today and Tomorrow
Dorothy Phillips Rodolph Valentino
“Once To Every Woman”
ONCE in every woman’s life comes a
certain great moment. It will come
to you—just as it came to Aurora
Meredith. What do you think it is? You’ll
know when you see this great picture—a
play that every woman will understand.
A mighty production for which a whole
“Orice To Every Woman”
Added Attraction: A BEN" TURPIN COMEDY
Heores Of Yesterday
Baltimore, 5; Rochester, 3.
Buffalo, 15; Newark, 1.
•Jersey City. 3-0; Toronto. 2-9
Reading. 6; Syracuse. 2.
•Second game 7 innings.
Rochester at Baltimore.
Buffalo at Newark
Today and Tomorrow
TWO MADLY GALLOPING HORSES!
* TWO SWIFT, FEARLESS RIDERS!
The horses came abreast. There was a short, h rp
struggle. Both riders fell, and crashed down flu :rii.
Pursued and pursuer faced each other.. One was " i i<
Rattlesnake,” a notorious bad man. The other v
SEE IT! IT WILL THRILL YOU!
Also IIAROLD LLOYD COMEDY AND Ji>l \l Kill 1.
| Wm. S. (Bill) Hart’s
CONFLICT, ROMANCE, THRILLS!
A stirring, red-blooded drama of mountain folk wh > re
sent the coming of the law.
It pulsates with vigorous action of strong lov , inten
hate, big lights and spectacular stunts.
I It charms with its beautiful scenery.
Its all-star cast is a winner.
“Anne of Little Smoky”
Willi Winifred Westover, Joe King, Frank Sheridan
and Dolores ('nssinelll.
| ALSO GOOD COMEDY
opera war staged, with the social leaders of
a great Western city acting as ‘ extras
Played by the famous star of “The Heart ' *
Humanity” with the great lover. Rodolpn
Valentino in away that you’ll never iorgt •
here is one of the finest entertainments of
Toronto at Jersey r ( *
Syracuse at Re., ,
Standing Of The l ink,
W L P r
Jersey City .... ty
• Toronto g|
Reading 5;; '
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