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~ ' M j Social and Personal TT “ " rr vIIf.OK SONH I (t s, , . Lawrence. in N. Y. Sun.) \\ -uldn't love a sailor— . . ,< goes rolling down— j , ,i| pier the long pier, ! . ier that leads to town? Am uly'd love a sailor H ,ine again from aea— -7.., i eat sea, the gray sea— T it tails to me—and thee. 1 \ Ain lass'd love a sailor— W uldn't any lassie, when )|. ing such pretty songs to her—* And ship to sea again? Null Fur Europe 1.:• it (' mimandf r and Mrs. An drew Denney sailed today from New y, r* tor Europe on the "President Ail anr tor a five-weeks' stay abroad. The;, will go directly to Milan, Italy, where .Mr. Denney will shoot in the International rifle matches. Other members of the American team are: Major L. W. T, Waller U., S. M. C., captain: Commander C. T. Osburn. 1 s N, coach; Ma'or J. K. Boles. C S A.; Captain Joseph Jackson, r s. M c ; I. NeuHHlcfn, of Washing ton ami Sergeant M. Fiuher, U. S. M C !,a year the Americans won the rifle i hsnipionship from the Hwlss team, which had held it for years. gr< illy to the latter's surprise, and the Sams mark: men have pledged them- slveto get it hack again this year if possible, to dose competition is looked for. (JortfN I.nne “Maple Lawn** Mr William Hates and little son, Kllwood. hove returned to their home on Conduit street after spending a few day- with Mr and Mrs. Robert M Hopkins, of "Maple Lawn," near Parole. Leon Strains, who Is in New York cm a business trip, will return to An napolis on Saturday. N>vj Llrl lo >lnke in lint In Washington Tin- Surgcon-Cenoral of the Navy, lbar \dmiral Kdward R. Stitt, and Mrs Stitt, will present their younger daughter. Miss Emma Scott Stitt, to society at a tea-dance at the Wash ington club the afternoon of Thurs day. December 14. Miss Stitt Is now the guest of friends in Maine.*' Miss Mary Rnguet Stitt, Uhe elder daughter of Admiral and Mrs. Stitt, who was a debutante of last season, left Washington yesterday for War renton, Va.. where she will visit irlends and attend the horse show. Linerireiic) Hospital . Superintendent Away Mis; Margaret Wohlgemuth. Super intendent of the Emergency Hospital, is spending her vacation at Ocean city and is registered at the Hotel Kideau. WrisliimrtniiliiiiN \t Murrav Hill Mi and Mrs. J. Boyd Dexter and Mr Hint Mrs. Charles J. Dexter, ol Washington, are spending a week at Murray Hill with their ’mother, Mrs Margaret Dexter, during the absence of her daughter, Mrs. John S. Stra horn. Meeting Of bridge- 1 Inti Mrs \v Clement Claude entertain •’ l the members of her bridge club hi t night at her residence, 9 St. John street, OH- . being TW Legion t’mnent'lon < >piain and Mrs Louis Myers will motor to Ocean City on Friday to at ' it- conventions of the American 1 ' C! *'u ;, nd the Legion Auxiliary that "ill he held there They will take -on the “casual," who will be -t of the Legion and Auxiliary 'hiring me conventions. bnc-t Of Colonel Htd Mis. Harris •b'hn Osgood Rlanchard. the nv n interior decorator and ,M ir of Japanese prints, is the Colonel and Mrs. Julian H at "Thunder and Lightning river. BREEZE inn *NNARBUS ftort.F.YARD 20 Minute* Ont LUNCH and TEA •PM*!; Chicken Waffle Dinner, fI.H. DANCING—CARDS. Phone: Arialger. 9-F-15. lairlea farm INN > A Sc." Food*a' • peelglty. Through South River 1,0 mile from South Ittver Bridge. AnnVi' •;**“• be made hr telephoning - 1 * lw - between 7 I*. M. and OA. U. SHADY OAKS INN "Hil PUCE TO eat AND SLEEP* ' < l>r < hlrk ' n "affle or MM-Food Vlhiv 7 Reasonable Price*. ' 16 M - MRS. C. M. IVAIiNF.It ■6 j I Meeting Of Bridge flab The Wednesday" afternoon bridge club met today at the home of Mlbs Cordelia Bookwalter, 12 Maryland avenue. Goes To White Sulphur Bennett Young, of Baltimore, who has been spending the past several days at Naumana as the guest of Ed ward Rich, left today for White Sul phur Springs. To Attend BoHton “Teeir Lieutenant Lowell Cooper will leave on Friday for Boston where he will continue his post-graduate stud ies at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Mr. And Mrs. Kemp Return From Western Trip Mr. and Mrs. W. Thomas .Kemp have returned from the West Coast where thev went to attend the annual meeting of the American Bar Asso ciation, held this year in San Fran cisco. Mr. and Mrs. Kemp spent three days travelling through the Yellow stone Park on the way West and re turned via the Canadian Pacific route, stopping at Lake Louise and Banff They will remain with Mrs. Kemp’s mother, Mrs George T. Melvin, until after Labor Day. Mlsb Olivia Lyons, of Duke ol Gloucester street, left a few days ago to spend a month with her aunt. Mrs J. E. Gladden, of Titusville, Pa. Wedding Announcement Cards are out announcing the mar riage of Frederick Lee Hardesty to Miss Betty Fairfax Grove, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Bench Grove, of Washington, which took place on Sunday, August 13.... T|ie marriage came as a surprise to the friends of tile young couple, as no announce ment of their engagement had been made. Mr. Hardesty Is well-known among tho younger set In Annapolis having beeu a frequent visitor of "Ted" Griffin's early in the summer at the residence of his parents, Com modore and Mrs. T. D. Griffin. Subscription Card Party Next Tuesday The third of the series of subscrip tion card parties being given by the League of Women Voters will take place on Tuesday next. August 29, at the home of Mrs. John S. Strahorn on Murray Hill. Bridge and “500" will be the games played qnd tables may be reserved through any of the following mem bers of the committee on arrange ments: Mrs. T. J. Linthieum, chair man: Mrs. John S. Strahorn, Mrs. J. 18. Itippere and Mrs. Thomas E Strange. Receiving Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. George Lemke. 166 Fifth street, Eastport, are receiving congratulations on the birth of a sou, born this morning at the Emergency Hospital. Stopping At Ocej-n City Mrs. Geneva Kidder, of Shipwright street, and her daughter. Miss Mary 1 Kidder, are registered at the ‘‘ldle wild" in Ocean City. Another Anna politan stopping at the "Idlcwild" Is Mrs. George Heittlz. of Green street. Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Segelken, of Eastport.. announce the engagement of their daughter. Emma Frances, to George H. Dearborne. of Lincolnville Beach, Maine. The wedding will take place in An napolis in the early autumn. Lieut.-Commander and Mrs. E. A. l/Ofquist are stopping at the Bellevue- Strat ford Hotel in Philadelphia. Patient At Naval Hospital Lieut.-Commander J. Harrison Col houn, of "Windsor.” West River, is a patient at the Naval Hospital. Bark From Canada Captain Dennis W. Mullan. of 132 College avenue, has returned from a trip to Canada. Ordered To Philadelphia Navy Yard Commander and Mrs. T. deF. Har ris will go to Philadelphia on Mon day. where Commander Harris has been ordered to duty at the Supply Office of the navy yard. They have entertained Charmingly during their residence in Annapolis and will be greatly missed in social circles. Arrived Last Night After Long Metor Trip Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Brega and son. of Kearney. Nebraska, arrived in this city last night for a visit to relatives , and friends. They made the trip hy , motor, leaving Nebraska on Monday of last week. Mrs. Brega was, before her marriage. Miss Bessie King, daughter of James King, of Madison i street. tiil capital, a**?afoli3| m.,iilaaD, \vt.d2mmav. .uc.uct m i m Returns From : Yhlt To C. M. T. C. Captain John S. Strahorn has re-7 turned from Fort Monroe, where hoj went last week to visit his son, who' i a cadet at the Citizens’ Military j Training Camp. While there Captain . Strahorn was the guost of Captain Earl W. Thompson at the Officers', t Club. LEGION AND e TO MEET AT SEASIDE * j (Continued On Pair 5.) Orleans, amending the Department! Constitution if necessary, and for the! transaction of such other business a* ; } may be brought before in confor- ’ j mtty with the pbMi&iona of the Na tional and Department constitution, i Representation in the convention will be by Units. Each American Legion Auxiliary Unit which lias re-, tnitted to the state and National de partments dues for ten or more mem- I bers for 1922 may send two delegates, ‘ , by virtue of their charter and one ad-j ditianal delegate for each fifty or j fraction thereof, whose department j and national dues have beeu paid as | shown by the books of the Depart ment Secretary at the close of busi ness August 1, 1922. Each unit may send alternates equal to the number 1 of delcgatos to which it is entitled, but they are not entitled to vote ex cept in the absence of the regular al ternates. ; ‘ M Program Friday. August 25. 1922—1 to 2:30 p. m., registration of Dele gates. acceptance of credentials; 2:30 1 convention palled to order by Department President, Mrs. Frances H. Birely, who will preside; 2:30 to 3 n. m., opening addresses; 3 p. m., elec tion of committees: Credentials, Constitutional, Resolutions, Rules, and others as they may be deemed neces sary; 4 p. m ; session of committees. Saturday, August 26, 1922—9 a. m.. convention called to order by Presi dent, reports of committees, discus sion, unfinished business; 3:30 p. m.. call to order, new business, election of officers —Department President. Vice- President, Treasurer, Secretary, His torian, Chaplain. Sergeant-at-Arms. Delegates to National Convention, New j Orleans. To Hold Social Sept. 1 The Literary Department of tho Ep wortli League of Friendship M. E. Church, South, will hold a social on the lawn at J. Lloyd Wesley’s on Fri day, September 1. beginning at B o'clock p. m. Admission will be 15 cents. Ice cream and cake for sale. A short program will be rendered. HOLLY BEACH FARM ] PHONE 1807-F2 i \ pure Jersey Milk EM •••Let Us Leave You Trial Bottle FREE TOMORROW ■ ' Y~a fly w$ find it 1% J *TN hot sticky weather exposed ‘JL sugar attracts swarms of flies. You can’t protect yourself from this : I menace if you buy exposed sugar, j I because sugar can’t be washed or cleaned. You have to eat it Just as n it is, germs, dirt and all. - B Why take this chance? Buy sugar j| I that is always clean, pure and. pro* I tected Domino Package Sugars. II These clean cane sugars are weighed, ,II *packed and sealed by machine* I They are never exposed on the way I from our refinery to your home. tawjj 5 lbs *•> I HT ' I | I American Sugarßefining Company i I **Sweeten it with rtonitno” 3 . Granulated, Tablet. Powdered, x JH *. . Confectioners, Brwa;,^oldjra^mip; and Sugar; Sugar-Honey; Molmsm^Jß MRS KOPFEIDEI IS f' MM RESULT “Why, I Feel Almost Like A New Woman," Declares Balti * more Resident ' 1 * "In my case Tanlac has proven its right to all the praise people are. giv ; ing it.” said Mrs. Mamie Kopfelder, of 113 S. Chapel St., Baltimore, a few days ago. '' "For Several weeks 1 suffered from stomach trouble and a very weak. I run-down condition. I didn't enjoy wbai I ate and e-en the little 1 forced down formed gas. causing shortness of breath and terrible heart palpita- 1 i lion. My nerves were so unstrung I could hardly ever sleep at night and nrten I had attacks of dizziness when everything turned black before r;v eyes. I had severe pains in iuy back and my arms were dreadfully stiff and sore; in fact, my condition was so bad that the least household task was a burden to me. "The short time it took Tanlac to overcome my troubles certainly sur-1 prised mo. Why. I feel almost like a 1 new woman. 1 eat anything I want at any time, iny nerves are calm, I sleep much better and I am simply full of energy. I wish everybody who suffers could know what Taulac will do for them.” Tanlac is scld in Annapolis by all good druggists.—(Adv.) EVANS’ BODY FOUND ON KENT ISLAND SHORE (Continued From Pago 1.) Evans was coming out of the hold of the bugeye, when his foot became caught in some way and he toppled over the side of the boat. He swam around for about 2 minutes but before his father could turn the boat about and reach him in a rough sea that was rilling at the time, he sank. It is thought he was seized by cramps The accident happened in the middle of the bay. Searching parties drag ged the waters for tho body but in vain. Wins Double-Header The Gambrills Athletic Club won both ends of a double-header Sunday at Gambrills from the Gentry Athletic Club, of Baltimore, the first game by the close score of 10 to 9, White the second was a one-sided affair, the lo cals winning 14 to 3. ■ AT CIRCLE PLATHOrSE TONIGHT • AND THURSDAY This is-what the “New York Bill board Reviewing Service" says of Hearts Haven." which appears at the Circle tonight and Thursday: The Critical X-Rst "Dramatic action is not one of the high lights in this fllm. but a deep ap i P**! to the emotions is made by the characters, especially by the realis tic and natural acting of two clever children. Frankie Lee and Mary Jane Irving. It is well worth the price of admission to witness the splendid screen work of these youngsters, wln ) are adorable in everything they do t The story holds attention from the start, because it depicts life without any sensational effects and In a man ! ner understood by the general I public. Simplicity is the key note of its theme and no theatrical or forced effects have been dragged into spoil the natural charm of the picture, i There is contrast between the char-i acters of a slovenly and disagreeable wife and the placid and hopeful spirit of the husband's mother, whose faith is instrumental In curing her little lame grandson and ultimately rides: far above science in restoring a i If* Let’s disarm die thermometer flr* TV/TEATS and starches for the body are like m IVI fuel for the furnace. * u Kt not adopt for breakfast or lunch, Grape 'l \ r, Nuts with cream or milk and a little fresh fruit —™and turn off the internal heat? Here’s com* plete nourishment, with cool comfort. iBIUNc Grape-Nuts contains all the nourishment of \ >vhole wheat flour and malted barley, including vrCMk the vital mineral elements and bran “roughage,* r/ * n< * ** * s P art 'a(ly pre-digested in the long baking There s a wonderful charm for the appetite R * n the crisp, sweet goodness .of this ready-to-eat *°°df and fitness and lightness afterward, which meet summer’s heat with a smile. "You Can Decide Quickly J i^ } ■ r f - t .km -•.,4 * i<■ ’ * *+itj'ul -' Every motorist knows that *1495 is little money for a Chandler. Even a brief comparison for style, Size and power proves the dominating Vjltte and makes decision easy. t i ■ i . The smart exclusiveness of its body rivals the custom-built product. f .Tts chassis concentrates every advantage of *' ruggedness, durability, economy and smooth performance. ’ ' I ‘r j. r " Whether in open or closed models/no more quality per dollar ever went 1 ihtso an automobile. CAPITAL GARAGE 173-175 West St., Annapolis; Md. - • - ■; * --i *• v f *. M _ . __ THE CHANDLER MOTOR CAR COMPANY ? CtfiVBtAND _ ; _ _ _ _ * ~ “ wealthy man’s daughter to normal health. The real punch of the pic ture lies in these scents beginning with the accidental fall from a tree of the young heiress. Vivian Breed, and her final rising from a supposed ly invalid’s couch to walk much against the unrelenting verdict of a medical -practitioner. Here is a vin dication of faith, although many will rail it by ihe modern term of Chris tian Science. There is also a tender love Romance between an elderly couple; which scenes are artistically conveyed by Claire McDowell and \ Robert McKint. the latter of whom wo jure glad to again welcome to the screen in a role suitable to his un -1 doubted abilities. Carl Gantvoort as j the hero played with just the right measure of repression the very trou bled husband. Joe Laird l ’’Comedy also has not been forgot ten and an amusing caricature of a hypochondriac who virtually exists , upon patent medicine, the bottles of ! which are piled high in the kitchen ' closet, was played in an unctuous man ; tier by Frank Hayes. Aggie Herring was also very much In the comedy limelight. “A difficult role, that of the dis gruntied and sloppy wiff, was con sistently handled by Betty Btfce. She looked the part to perfection and played it with just the right touch of ignorance, arrogance And Inso lence. in simimtng up w* ire happy to say this picture makes a- step for ward in the ecreen world And protes what intelligent direction, brilliant acting and a likable stbry can ac complish. Special mention should be made of the beautiful photography, attractive subtitles and the unbroken continuity which was noticed through out the entire picture. “SUITABILITY—AII theatres. “ENTERTAINMENT VALUE-Good. —(Adv.) SECRETARY DENBY AND PARTY AT HONOLULU (B The A.oftrUt.J f*r*a.) HONOLULU. T. l\. Aug. ,231 —Secre- tary of the Navy Edwin Denby and party, including Senator Weller, of Maryland, arrived here yeeterday aboard the transport Henderson front Guam. They will sail for the main land Friday. A4 formal entertain ments planned for thy Secretary were cancelled in deferyace to.hfe wish.