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DORSEY RESIDENTS
SHI MUCH INTEREST
IH CMC PROGRESS
That the citizens of Dorsey, this
county, are keenly alive to the needs
of the hour In the way of community
progress, is attested by the following
letter received from our Dorsey cor
respondent:
We are glad to note that the people
In our community are much alive and
have a desire to move things. We
have a splendid Sunday School; doing
fine work in the making of good citi
zens and the advancing of good
morals and Christianity. With a Sun
day School and two church services
we are abreast of the times.
Following the church came the Im
provement Association, which has
been a means of much improvement
In community matters. A good hall
large enough for several years to
come, has been built.
This organization promoted and hat
fostered the Dorsey Building and
Loan Association, which is doing
splendid work in the promotion ol
saving habits and is now making it
possible for people to save and own
a home who wer rather indifferent to
the matter before. This organization
now lias nearly one hundred and fifty
members, with around $12,000 in de
istsits, usd is only a year and a half
Ad.
A great achievement for the size of
the territory, und when you take the
business situation of the past year
into consideration it has shown a dis
position to get together on the part of
our people and confidence In the
leaders of this movement, and it
speaks well for the leaders, who are
alt plain working men, with no
moneyed business heads to show the
way.
The latest promotion of the Im
provtmeat Association Is a patrons*
clnli. Our school, in common with
Gasoline Oils Accessories
West-End Auto Repair Shop
All Work Guaranteed!
Car Space for Rent
a j. lee 277 WEST STREET h. miller
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Special! Special!
For ONE DAY ONLY—SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1922.
A Clearance of Ladie’s and Children's
White OXFORDS and PUMPS
Ladies’ White lUiekskin Pumps and Oxfords; $5.00 and $6.00 value;
$2.50 and #51.00 per pair.
Ladies' Canvas Pumps and Oxfords; $3.00 value; #1.50 per pair.
These include 1-2-3 strap, high, low and Baby Louis heels.
Ladies White Pumps and Oxfords; $2.50 value; $1.25 per pair.
Childrsn'3 White Canvas Pumps and Oxfords. Sandals and Slippers;
$2.50 value; S)Sc per pair.
Our Motto: “WE AIM TO PLEASE YOLK PERSE."
Don’t forget, its for ONE DAY ONLY—Saturday, Aug. 19.
MAX SNYDER, 57 West Street
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TOMATO CANNERY
Opens Tuesday, August 22nd
We pay cash for good ripe marketable tomatoes delivered at factory,
foot of Johnson Place. We also want women and girls over 16 years
old to skin and pack tomatoes. Good wages paid.
C. 1!. LIGHTIIISER
STANDARD FISH AND OYSTER CO.
Johnson Place, between Prince and King George Sts„ Annapolis, Md.
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Tournament and Ball!
DAVIDSONVILLE
Thursday, August 24, 1922,1 P. M. (*%£*)
ONE CLASS OF RIDERS
Eight Crowns
Ist Prize $15.00
2nd Prize 10.00
3rd Prize 5.00
Knight’s Fee, $2.00
BASEBALL!
Admission 25 Cents
Ham and Chicken Supper 50 Cents
Admission to dance 50 Cents
Tournament at the ball grounds on the farm of J. Mortimer
Beard.
Chief Marshal, Asst. Marshal.
DR. J. M. HAYES.’ W. W. TOWXSHEXD.
other schools in the county, needs
mrny things to make it better—we
need more ground—and a coat ol
paint would improve the oigside,
while manvthings could be done to
add attractiveness to the grounds and
building. It was for these reasons
that a meeting was called Saturday.
I August 12, by the Improvement Asso
ciation and a club organized with the
above ends In view. As is fitting,
when the education and environment
1 of our children is the issue, the
mothers took a hand In this afTair
and. of course, it goes without saying
that things are bound to get done
when the ladies get interested.
GOVERNMENT TO AUCTION
SURPLUS SHIPPING SUPPLIES
(By The .tanoriulel Prr>.)
WASHINGTON. D. C.. Aug. 19
The 1 nited States Shipping Hoard
through the Emergency Fleet Cor
poration, will conduct auctions of
surplus property at New Orleans oi
August 21 and at Beaumon*. Texas
on August 23.
The material offered at New Or
leans includes hand tools, pumps
ship telegraphs, pipe fittings, life
rafts and miscellaneous ship equip
ment. *
The sale at Beaumont includes
wood-working machines, life rafts,
compasses and nautical instruments,
ship furniture, metal berths, winches,
steering engines, deck machinery and
marine hardware.
The Cheapest Way
“What Is tlie most economical way
to travel through the Ozarks?” asked
the city man.
“On a rail. I reckon,” replied Gabe
Goney, of Fiddle Creek, who was tem
porarily sojourning in the Big Burg
—Kansas City Star.
American Visitor (being shown
’round provincial town) Well. I
guess your public buildings ain't
mullin' extraordinary Can’t you
show us something we haven’t got in
God's own country? Englishman
(obligingly)—Well, there's the brew
ery over there.—-London Gaiety.
THE EVENING CAPITAL. ANNAPOLIS. MARYLAND. SATURDAY, AUGUST 19. 1922.
PROPERTY TRANSFERS I
OF CITY AND COUNTY
RECHED IN COURT
From Eugene P. Childs, attorney,
to William C. Hohman, tract of land
in the Third disthict, containing 29
acres.
From The Workman's Co-Operative
Realty Company, Inc., to Harriet R.
Small, two lots of ground iu the
Third district.
From James A. Walton and wife to
Robert L. Werntz, lot of ground on
north street, corner of Prince George
street, this city.
From Bernard Kruszewski and wife
to James M. Munroe. trustee, tract of
land near Glen Buruie, Fifth district,
containing 64 acres.
From FJames M. Munroe, trustee,
to Bernard Kruszewski and wife,
tract of land near Glen Burnie, Fifth
district, containing 64 acres.
From The Curtis Creek Mining,
Furnace and Manufacturing Company
to Orion C. Young and wife, lot of
ground at Glen Burnie. Fifth district.
From Clarence A. Turman and
others to Walter P. Cadogan. lot of
ground at Greenland Beach, Fifth dis
trict.
From Eugene P. Childs and wife to
Richard Iloardley and wife, tract of
land near Taylorsville, First district.
From Helert G. Schumacher and
husband to Emma L. Schumacher,
tract of land at Beard’s Creek, First
district.
From The Back Bay Beach Im
provement Company, Inc., to Lettie
Pickett and others, two lots of ground
In Third district.
From Cora I. Stallings and others
to William Lyons Skinner and wife,
tract of land near Davidsonville, First
district.
From William N. Crisp and wife to
T. Theodore Cardeau and wife, two
lots of ground at Brooklyn Park. Fifth
district.
From Nicholas H. Green, Trustee,
to Raymond L. Moss and Philip Mil
ler, 40 feet on Duke of Gloucester St.,
Annapolis.
From Frederick C. Dreyer and wife
to Stewart Warnken and wife, lot of
ground on Hill Top Road, Fifth dis
trict.
From The Patapsco * Park Land
Company to Joseph A. Webster, lot
of ground at Patapsco Park, Fifth dis
trict.
From The Patapsco Park Land
Company to John Gibson and wife,
lot of ground at Patapsco Park, Fifth
district.
From The Patapsco Park Land
Company to William A. Jones and
wife, lot of ground at Patapsco Park,
Fifth district.
From The Patapsco Park Land
Company to Arthur F. Jones and wife,
two lots of ground at Patapsco Park,
Fifth district.
From The Patapsco Park Land
Company to William D. Curtis and
wife, lot of ground at Patapsco Park,
Fifth district.
From The J. S. Johnson Company
to William L. Ruhe and wife, lot of
ground at View Point Park, this
county.
AT THE GARDEN THEATRE
MONDAY
If you like your film fare full of
big, two-fisted men and beautiful,
staunch-hearted women, playing the
big game of life, love and hate in the
great, glorious outdoors, against a
background of rugged, majestic
mountains, then don’t let “Anne of
Little Smoky" get away from you
It’s a Playgoers feature at the Garden
Theatre Monday, and we unreserved
ly recommend it as rattling good
melodrama.
It was an unhappy discovery when
“Anne of Little Smoky" realized that
her father was a law-breaker and the
man she loved was a keeper of the
law. The Rrocktons—the Fighting
Brocktons they were called—had al
ways hunted and timbered at will in
the beautiful mountainous region of
Little Smoky. And then came the
law, breeding hatred, vengeance and
disorder!
And those Fighting Brocktons chal
lenged the law! They were fearless
and full of cunning and trickery. The
Ranger was clever, patient and vigi
lant. But what happened further can
best be related on the screen of the
Garden Theatre, where the Playgoers
feature. “Anne of Little Smoky,’ will
be shown Monday. It is enacted by a
splendid cast headed by Winifred
Westover. (William S. “Bill" Hart’s
wife); Dolores Cassinelli, Joe King
and Frank Sheridan.—(Adv.)
A Hard Luck Record
Richard Luze. driving his car to
town, skidded into a telephone pole.
Coming back with the garage man to
clear up the wreck he found thieves
had stripped it of tires and fixtures
Walking home in the *rain two high
waymen with howitzers took all his
cash, a watch and his package of plug
cut away from him. Finally reaching
home Luze discovered lightning hafl
struck the barn, killing a $250 Mis
souri mule, and that the hired mar
had lit out with the family savings
amounting to $l4O. This made Luze
a loser five times in one day.—(From
Capper's Weekly.)
Ted —I thought you were a fellow
who always had something saved up
for a rainy day. Ned—But talk com
mon sense. Look at the kind of
weather we’ve been having.— New
York Sun.
American History
DAY BY DAY
By T. P. Greta
AUGUST 1#
Coast of Maine received
first visit of the English on
August 19, 1605.
Salem, Mass., hanged five
“witches” on August 19, 1620.
U. S. S. “Constitution" de
feated and captured H. M. S.
“Guerriere" on August 19,
1812.
British landed force from
fleet in Pawtuxet river to ad
vance against Washington on
August 19. 1814.
First world’s conference of
the Y. M. C. A. held at Paris
on August 19. ISSS.
James 'Russell Lowell be
came American minister to
England on August 19, 1879.
AUGUST 20
Pilgrims in the “Speed
well," after putting back for
repairs, embarked for New
World on August 20, 1620.
William Penn was rein
stated in his province on
August 20, 1694.
Americans attacked Contre
ras and Cherubusco in the
Mexican War on August 20,
1847.
General McClellan placed in
command of the Army of the
Potomac on August 20, 1861.
Admiral Dewey honored by
great naval review and cele
bration at Nojv York on
August 20, 1898.
JUST BASEBALL
Daily Scores, Schedules, And
Club Standing Of The
Major Leagues
NATIONAL LEAGUE
% Scores Of Yesterday
Boston, 5; Pittsburgh, 2.
Brooklyn-Cincinnati (rain).
New York, 17; Chicago. 11.
•St. Louis, 3; Philadelphia, 2.
•Fourteen innines.
Today’s Schedule
Boston at Pittsburgh.
Brooklyn at Cincinnati.
New York at Chicago.
Philadelphia at St. Louis.
Standing Of The Clubs
W. L. P. C.
New York i. 68 45 .602
St. Louis 65 49 .570
Chicago 64 50 .561
Pittsburgh. . ..59 52 .532
Cincinnati 61 54 .530
Brooklyn 54 56 .491
Philadelphia ... 39 67 .368
Boston 36 73 .330
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Scores Of Yesterday
New York, 8; Chicago, 7.
Philadelphia, 8; St. Louis, 4.
Boston, 8; Detroit, 0.
Cleveland, 7 k Washington, 5
Today’s Schedule
•St. Louis at Philadelphia.
•Detroit at Boston.
Chicago at New York.
Cleveland at Washington.
•Two games.
Standing Of The Club*
W. L. P. C.
St. Louis 68 47 .591
New York 68 47 .591
Detroit 60 55 522
Chicago 57 57 .500
Cleveland 59 59 .500
Washington. ... 54 59 .478
Philadelphia ... 46 64 .418
Boston 45 69 .395
INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE
Scores Of Yesterday
Rochester. 8; Baltimore, 5.
Syracuse, 7; Reading. 0.
Other clubs not scheduled.
Today’s Schedule
•Syracuse at Baltimore.
•Rochester at Reading.
, Buffalo at Jersey City.
Toronto at Newark.
•Two games.
Standing Of The Clubs
W. L. P. C.
Baltimore 87 36 .707
Rochester 73 51 .589
Buffalo 72 56 .563
Jersey City 68 57 .544
Toronto 61 65 .484
Reading 53 71 .427
Syracuse 48 77 .384
Newark 38 87 .304
First Catch The Culprit
Visitor—Confound it, sir; I’ve been
stung by one of your infernal bees!
What are you going to do about it?
Beekeeper—lf you'll first show me
which bee it was. sir. I’ll punish the
horrid thing severely! Lawyers’
Journal.
W’hen a girl marries a man old
enough to be her father, he’s usually
rich enough to be her father, too.—
Baltimore News.
AI THE CHURCHES
ST. ANNE'S PARISH
(Protestant Kpiaeoital; Founded I(W!.)
REV. EDWARD D. JOHNSON, D. D.
Rector.
REV. GEO. R. SAVAGE. Acting Rector.
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
EASTPORT
GEORGE W. NORRIS, Lay Reader.
8:00 P.M.—Evening Service.
NAVAL ACADEMY CHAPEL
Services tomorrow 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
H. W. BI'KGAN. l'aator.
9:45A M.—Sunday School in Re
ligious Education Build
ing, Maryland Avenue and
Prince George street.
9:45 A.M.—Brotherhood 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 pastor.
8:00 P. M —(Wednesday) Prayer
and Praise Service.
Public cordially invited to. be present.
COLLEGE AYE. BAPTIST CHURCH
DR. JOHN S. SOWERS, Pastor.
10:00 A. M —Bible School. H. 11.
Hall, Superintendent.
11:00 A.M. —Morning worship. Sub
-11:00 A.M.—Morning worship. Ser
mon by I)r. J. 11. Eager.
Cordial invitation to all.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
REV. S. E. PERSONS, I. D„ Minister.
9:50 A. M.—Sunday School.
11:00 A.M. —Sermon by the Rev.
John Nesbit, of Catons
vllle. -
TRINITY M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH
REV. A. E. OWENS, Pastor.
10:00 A.M.—Sunday School and
Men’s Bible Class.
7:43 P. M.— E) worth League.
8:15 P.M.—Evening service.
, • Public invited to attend all services.
EASTPORT M. E. CHURCH
REV. JOHN T. JAEGER. Minister.
10:00 A.M. —Men’s Bible Class.
11:00 A.M.—Sermon by pastor.
2:30 P.M.—Sunday School.
7:45 P.M.—Song Service.
S:3OP. M.—Exening worship.
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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.
EASTPORT BAPTIST CHURCH
DR. JOHN HOWARD EAGER. Pastor.
9:45 A.M.—Sunday School.
8:30 P.M.—Evening worship. Ser
mon by Dr. Eager.
All church members are urged to
attend and public cordially Invited.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES
28 STATE CIRCLE
11:00 A. M.—Subject: “Mind.”
The reading room is open every
Wednesday from 3 to 5 P. M., where
all authorized Christian Science lit
erature may be read, borrowed or pur
chased. All .cordially welcome.
( MILK!
One trial of our Grade A
Guernsey raw milk produced
under highly sanitary condi
tions, will convince you of Its
superior quality; lfic per quart.
Special Milk for Babies
Pleasant Plains Dairy
Phone 1819-F-13.
J. I. HARRIS Prop.
On Sale at BunU'm Meat Store.
SAMUEL W. BROOKS & CO.i
CHAS. NELSON BROOKS
PAINTING DECORATING
PAPER HANGING
Eatlmatee Cheerfully Furnished.
Color sehemea for furniture painting*
IpboUtering and Gold Line Work.
HH DEAN ST. PHONE 344-W.
COPPERSMITHING AND
ACETYLENE WELDING
Aluminum Soldering and Welding a
Npertalty.—Tinning, Rooting, Spouting
and Plumbing Repair.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
RINNESS AND JONES
105 Compromise St. Phone 455-J.
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CIRCLE ! aturday, August 19 TONIGHT I
MABEL BALLIN in “MARRIED PEOPLE”
A LITTLE CHILD SHALL LEAD THEM -
SYNOPSIS:
A childless couple. Quarrel continually. Wife's extravagance. Contemplating divorce. The Burglar !
The shot—and then. Married people, single people and everybody should see this picture. -
Also a Good Torchy Comedy, Sport Review and “Aesops Fables”
SHOWS AT 7:15 AND 9 PRICES: 10c. an-*
BIBLE STUDENTS
Knight* of Pythin* Hull
10:00 A.M. —Children's Bible Class.
11:00 A. M.—Bible study. The Di
vine Plan of the Apes.
7:30 P. M Bible study—“ Ezekiel”
All are welcome.
ASBURY M. E. CHURCH
REV. A. J. MITCHELL. Pastor.
11:00 A.M. —Sermon by the pastor.
2:30 P. M—Sunday School.
7:00 P. M.—Epworth league.
8:00 P. Ni.—Sermon by pastor.
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MT. MORIAH A. M. E. CHURCH
IJEV. i\ .1. JORDAN. Pastor.
11:00 A. M. —Preaching.
2:30 P.M. —Sunday School.
7:30 P. M.—Song and Praise Serv
ice.
8:30 P. M.—Preaching.
All are welcome.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
(COLORED)
REV. 11. C. PIERCE, rastor.
F. TERREL. Cliur.h Clerk.
11:00 A. M. —Sermon by pastor. Sub
ject: "Unity is Beauty."
1:00 P. M.—Sunday School.
8:00 P. M.—Sermon by pastor.
8:00 1V M. (Tuesday) Prayer
Meeting, conducted by
Deacons Parker and Ter
rel.
8:00 P.M.—(Friday) Sermon by
Rev. John Hawkins.
All arc welcome.
Different Now
De Style—His stenographer used to
take 200 words a minute and he con
tinually bragged about it.
Gunbusta —He married her. didn't
he?
De Style—Yes. anJ now whenever
j he comes home he has to take about
cOO words a minute. —New York Sun.
REPUBLIC THEATRE
|
TODAY
Dorothy Phillips Rudolph Valentino
“Once to Every Woman”
I /A N'CE in every woman’* life social leailer* of a crml Western
i comes a certain great moment city acting a* •‘extra*.’’ I’l.i > In
It will come to you—Just as it tin* famous star of "The lle.irt o'
came to Aurora Meredith. Wliat tlo Humanity." with tin- gre.il lour
you think it Is? You’ll know when Koiloliili Valentino, io n .n ti n
you see this great picture — a ploy you’ll never forget —here Is mu ot
that every woman will understand the finest enterlnli tils ot tlo
A mighty production for which season,
whole opera was staged, with the
“ONCE TO EVERY WOMAN”
ADDED ATTRACTION: A BEN Tl ItPIN C'OMI l\.
MONDAY
GARETH HUGHES
AS tlie Yank Who Became a Bandit King, In
“I CAN EXPLAIN”
ADDED ATTRACTION: PATHE NEWS.
GARDEN THEATRE
TODAY
J. P. McGOWAN
; ’’The Ruse of The Rattler”
TWO MADLY GALLOPING HORSES!
TWO SWIFT, FEARLESS RIDERS!
"
The horses came abreast. There was a short, sharp
struggle. Both riders fell, and crashed down the hiil.
Pursued and pursuer faced each other.. One was ‘ Tin*
Rattlesnake,” a notorious lad man. The other was
a girl!
SEE IT! IT WILL THRILL YOU!
Also HAROLD LLOYD COMEDY AND JIM ACIIRLY.
MONDAY
Wm. S. (Bill) Hart’s
WIFE
CONFLICT, ROMANCE, THRILLS!
A stirring, red-blooded drama of mountain folk v.h re
i -sent the coming of the law.
It pulsates with vigorous action of strong lv> . nM '
hate, big fights and spectacular stunts.
It charms with its beautiful scenery.
Its all-star cast is a winner.
“Anne of Little Smoky”
With Winifred W’estover, Joe Kiiitr, Frank Sheridan
and Dolores 4 assinelli.
ALSO GOOD COMEDY
JENKINS GIRL
TO BE HEARD
NEXT TUESDAY
(Continued From l’.*g r i >
guilty of the murder of her
husband and of Michael r ,
wrote she was going to end v.
she would never be am |
’’She then talked to me p •
Ing the inen and later i*\
the other letter, which w.
Sion of the crimes. Her i
and what she had told me
pretty well.
She asked me to mail
I which I agreed to do. 1 to
ter to the night cap’ain of ; }
he read it. but refused :
i Mabel, but advised me to . t .
{to the Sheriff to whom it w.,s
' ed. This I did. inclosing ■ v. ,
| short note to him. which 1 t
plaining the circums: im i. r
which it was written
"Shortly after - aril we rcinm ,
Baltimore. Mabel using
her for the purpose by afj i ls
While we were in \nnai \ i,
Sheriff Schramm he "limn• !
confession -and she admi
written it In my presetui i •
she discovered he had a w.u: -
her arrest she took luck ..r •
nu in and said she hid n wi ,• •
Ladies To Give Supper
The ladies of St. Paul M. ii, , t
Episcopal Church. South, will . ,
chicken salad and 1 eef sup | ,
church lawn Wednesday. \ i
beginning at 6 o’clock, lie ir. tin
and cake for sale.
♦♦
It pays to be good, but you , ; m
get the pay in cash. Flint I>uiv
Journal.

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