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FARMS' ASSOCIATION
AT NIILLERSVUIE WILL
STAGE ANOTHER MOVIE'
9
The MiHeruvilte Farmers’ and Com
munity Association will Kive the sec
ond and last of its free moving pic
ture entertainments Friday, August 25,
at 8:150 p. m , in the new Coriso.idaieu
School at Millergville.
The iirst was held on August 17 and
was greatly enjoyed by one of the
largest crowds ever assembled In this
vicinity. In the early evening the
ladies of the association held a very
successful supper and out of the pro
ceeds took care of the expenses inci
dent to the renting of the tilms lot
these shows.
It Is hoped by the association to
purchase *a moving picture machine
in the near future and install it in
the large assembly hall of the school,
so that the pupils, as well as the com
munity at large, may have the benellt
of good, clenn picturis here in this
rural community.
Ice creuts. cake and candy will 1c
on sale. Everybody welcome.
OWINGS TO PLAY RETURN
GAME WITH CEDAR GROVE
Haiti broke up the game between
nwiftgs and Cedar Grove for last Sat
urday. These teams play ut Owings
this Saturday. Owings has strength
cncd her club a good bit. Lynch of
the Navy warn from Washington,
ltavis of Hampdends, and Kelly of the
Oaks. Doth teams are members of the
sotnl-professional league of Baltimore.
They Intend to keep these .non the
rest of the season. Owings will play
Cedar Grove a return game on Wed
nesday. August 30.
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ALL-DAY EXCURSION
ON STEAMER STARLIGHT
There will be an all-day excursiot
for colored people tomorrow on the
steamer Starlight, under the manage
incut of John King. The* boat will
leave Martin's wharf, Hock street, at
10 u. in., going to Brown's Grove, and
will take the Annapolis Band (col
ored) to furnish music.
Steel Company Halses Wage
<By The Associated press.)
BETHLEHEM, PA., Aug. 23. -
President E. G. Grace, of the Bethle
hem Steel Corporation, today an
nounccd an increase of 20 per cent. It
the wage rates for common labor, to
get her with an equitable adjustmeti
in the rales of other classes of Us em
ployees, effective September 1.
1 ■ .>
SENATOR FRANCE,[
. WHY DID YOU
00 THIS?
(From Baltimore Bun, Septem
ber 8. 1919.)
“RADICALS
, CHEER FRANCE
"United States Senator Joseph !
Irwin France last night address
ed a meeting at the Garden
Theatre, staged by the Socialist
Labor Party and drew from
about 200 men and women who
. composed his audience warm
cheers because of his advocacy
of ‘throwing open- the prison
i doors for all sentenced for words
' they had the courage to utter,’
>ntd for deftnitizing this prin
ciple by espousing the cause of
Eugene V. Debs and Victor G.
Berger iu their efforts to gain
freedom. •
"His audience welcomed the
address. It was an audience
warmly ia sympathy with that
group cf radical Socialists of
which the Socialistic Labor
Party t* composed, as was evi
denced by the rapid sale of the
various Socialistic Labor pam
phlets offered In the audience.
These Included ‘A Message to
the American Workingman,' by
, Nicolai Lenine, the Bolshevist
premier; ‘The Russian Consti
tution.’ which the salesmen an
nounced as the T. W. W. Consti
tution in the making': ‘Soviet
Russia,' a pamphlet which the
salesmen announced, with the
slogan, ’No Eats. No Work';
i ‘Violence and Solidarity,’ and
] like radical literature.”
______ • ;
I REPUBLICANS! Cast
Your Vote For
JOHN W. GARRETT
Who is 100 Per Cent. Re
publican
and
100 Per Cent. Loyal To
Our Country and State
Published by authority of Thos.
Dawson, Political Agent “
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| JUST BASEBALL
| Daily Scores, Schedules, And
Club Standing Of The
Major Leagues
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Score* Of Yesterday
• New York. 7; Cincinnati, 3.
Brooklyn, 5; Chicago, 4
, Pittsburgh, 4; Philadelphia. 3.
Other clubs not scheduled.
Today’* Schedule
Boston at St. Louis.
Brooklyn at Chicago.
New York at Cincinnati.
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh.
Standing Of The Club*
w. l. p. n.
New York 70 46 .603
St. Louis 66 50 .569
Chicago 65 52 .556
1 Pittsburgh 62 53 .539
Cincinnati 64 55 .538
Brooklyn 55 59 .482
Philadelphia ... 40 69 .367
Bostou 37 75 .330
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Score* Of Ye*terd*y
Cleveland, C; New York, 2.
Washington, 4-0; Chicago, 2-3.
Detroit, 6-17; Philadelphia. 4-3
i St. Louis, 9; Boston, 4.
Today’* Schedule
St. Louis ut Boston.
Chicago at Washington.
Detroit at Philadelphia.
Cleveland at New York.
Standing Of The Clubs
W. L. P. C.
New York 70 48 .593
St. Louis 70 49 .588
Detroit. . . 65 55 .542
Cleveland C 2 59 .512
' Chicago 58 60 .492
Washington. .. 55 G 3 .466
Philadelphia ... 48 67 .417
Boston 45 72 .385
INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE
Score* Of Yesterday
Baltimore, 12; Rochester, 11.
Syracuse. 5; Reading, 4.
Jersey City, 9; Toronto, 7
Buffalo, 6; Newark, 4
Today’s Schedule
Baltimore at Rochester.
Heading at Syracuse.
Jersey City at Toronto. •
Newark at Buffalo.
Standing Of The Clubs
W. L. P. C.
Baltimore 91 37 .711
Rochester 77 52 .597
Buffalo 76 57 .571
Jersey City 70 CO 538
Toronto 64 67 .489
Reading 53 76 .411
Syracuse 50 SO. .385
Newark 38 91 .295
HLIPINO “MESS” BOYS
MEET SENATOR FROM
THEIR NATIVE HEATH
The contingent of Philippine enlist
d men of the Navy, "mess” boys as
igned to duty at the Naval Academy
vere addressed last night by Senatoi
•andiko, from the Islands, who is i
neinber of the Philippine Commission
o the United States.
The Senator came to Annapolit
rom Washington yesterday and paid
'n informal call on Rear-Admiral
lenry B. Wilson. Superintendent of
he Naval Academy. Learning that a
lumber of sons from the far-off Paci
e islands were In Annapolis, he made
nquiries as to their general welfare
nd expressed a desire to speak with
hem. Whereupon the-Filipino blue
aekets arranged for a meeting at the
’hesapeake House hotel. They, made
uite a little ceremony over it. Form
ng In line they marched in column,
>y platoon, to the hotel. The Senator
ommended the sailormen on their
tenoral bearing, which, of course
>rough; forth a big cheer.
TRUTH TRIUMPHS
Viiiiiipolis Citizens Testify For The
Ptiblie Rene tit
A truthful statement of an Aunapo
is citizen, given in his own words
hould convince the most skeptical
bout the merits of Doan's Kidney
’ills. If you suffer from backache
ervousness. sleeplessness, urinary
isorders or npv form of kidney ills
sea tested kidney medicine.
An Annapolis citizen tells of Doan'r
vldney Pills.
Could you demand more convincing
•roof of merit?
Wm. H. Ward, stationary fireman
2 Madison St., Annapolis, says: “My
ork is hard on the hack and kidiieyr
nd I had attacks of kidney complaint
hat caused me to suffer a lot. My
■ack ached and pained so it was al'.
could do to stoop. Mornings I felt
ame and stiff. My kidneys acted too
ree at times and 1 knew they were
tie cause of the trouble. I got Doan’s
Cidney Pills at the West-End Phar
iacy and they were just what I need
d. Soon my back was well and
trong. my kidneys were in good or
er and I felt fine. I will always rec
mmend Doan's Kidney Pills for 1
now they are just as represented.’
Price 60c. at all dealers. Don’t sim
>ly ask for a kidney remedy—get
>oan's Kidney Pills—tSe same that
Jr. Ward had. Foster-Milburn Co,
.dfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.—(Adv.)
‘tYIE EVENTS CAPITAL, ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1922.
PLAN TO MAKE
A. A. ACADEMY
HIGH SCHOOL
(Continued From Page 1.1
has aimed to maintain a high
grade of instruction in college
preparatory and high school
courses and that large numbers
of its pupils have teen fitted for
various pursuits in life and quite
a large number have gone to and
graduated from college.
Second—That the Academy has
been and is receiving a consider
able number of students of high
school grade, the county not hav
ing provided any convenient ac
commodation for them.
Third—That for many years
while the Academy was the bene
ficiary of an annual appropriation
made by the legislature of Mary
land uo charge was made to the
children of Anne Arundel county.
But. when six years ago, the leg
islature ceased its annual grant,
the Academy was compelled to
charge for tuition.
Fourth—That it would now
seem proper that the Board of I
Education of Anne Arundel coun
ty should give to these children
high school privileges convenient
to them, in order to do this the
Trustees of the Academy, who
have always maintained the
school, at large personal and
financial cost purely foe the ben
efit of those who needed its ad- 1
vantages, are desirous to co-oper- 1
ate with the Board of Education
of the county.
Fifth—That they therefore pro
pose that the Board of Education
of Anne Arundel county become
responsible for aud pay to the
Trustees of the Anne Arundel
Academy the cost of the high
school education of such pupils
as, resident in Anne Arundel
county, may enter the classes of
the above named academy. Pro
vided first that the per capita cost
shall not exceed the average per
capita cost of pupils in the high
schools conducted by the Board of
Education of said county. Sec
ond, that the 'equipment, teach
ers and courses of said academy
be approved by the Supervisor of
• High Schools of the State Board
of Education, as of the grade and
character required by the State
of Maryland.
We further represent that after
conference with the State Super
visor, Mr. Samuel North, and the
County Superintendent, Mr.
George Fox. our Board has em
ployed teachers and appropriated
money for library and science
equipment in order to meet the
requirements of the law. We
therefore, respectfully request
your Board at a special and very
early meeting to take this matter
into consideration and in the way
proposed provide at minimum cost
to the county the high school
courses to which these pupils are
entitled.
It is extremely important that
our Trustees should receive your
approval of this plan at as early
a day as possible so that we may
complete our equipment under the
direction of the Supervisor of
High Schools and publish the
same to the children who may be
interested in this proposition and
their parents.
Yours very respectfully,
President, Board of Trustees,
Anne Arundel Academy.
Chinese War Is Over
(lty The Associated Press.)
SHANGHAI, Aug. 23.—Sun Yap
Sen. leader of the South China fac
tion, announced today that peace
again reigned between the North and
the South and that “the war is ended."
OUR
SELECTED SLIGHTLY
USED AND REBUILT
TYPEWRITERS
GIVE
MAXIMUM SERVICE.
In addition to furnishing the Leg
islature all of their typewriters
during the last session, we have '
sold over 50 High Grade Selected 1
Standard Typewriters right in An- j
napolis, and gladly refer you to I
any of our users.
We can furnish any. make model. !
size or style and guarantee com- j
plete satisfaction.
Our Mr. Wilson will be in An- !
napolis one day every week—leave {
message for him, care Evening <
Capital, or communicate direct i,
with us.
Price Lists. Payment and Rental j
Plans mailed on request. |
Nicholson Typewriter Exchange
14 ST. PAUL ST.. BALTIMORE.
PHONE: Plaza 3-1-0-S.
American History
DAY BY DAY
Bj T. P. Grew
AUGUST 93 ,
A proclamation by the Gov
ernor wis issued-as the first
piece of printing to lie done in
New York on August 23, 1693.
Columbia University (then
King’s College) started first
building with laying of cor
nerstone on August 23. 1756.
Open rebellion in America
proclaimed by King -George
111 on August 23, 1775.
First steamboat on Lake
Erie started from Buffalo on
August 23, 1818
Fort Morgan, at Mobile.
Ala., surrendered to the Union
forces on August 23, 1864.
American troops in France
advanced from Fismes to the
fioisiom-lhelms road on Aug
ust 23. 1918.
WEEKLY PROCEEDINGS
TESTAMENTARY COW
Proceedings of the County Orph
ans’ Court at the regular weekly
meeting yesterday were as follows:
Order for sale of the personal prop
erty of Elizaleth Giddings tiled and
passed.
First administration account of
John G. Nagengast, administrator, c.
t. a. of Joseph Wagner, filed and
passed.
In the matter of the estate of
Emma Cook, petition of .Frederick
Boitler, and Daisy C. Beitler, to con
vey a lot of ground, filed and passed.
Release from Louise P. Wagner, to
George Wagner, nied.
Release from Margaret Slaab and
husband to George Wagner filed and
passed.
Inventory of the personal estate, al
so of the real estate of Henry B.
Myers, filed and passed, and order for
sale of the personal property was
filed and passed.
The last will and testament of
Frank Siclerraan tiled and admitted
to probate; lend of Charles Sclilegal
as executor of said estate, filed and
approved; letters of administration
granted, notice to creditors issued and
Frank R. Simmons and George Saf
field were appointed appraisers of the
estate.
In the matter of the estate of Jos
eph Wagner, release from Gertrude
Sexton and husband to George Wag
tier. filed and passed. Release from
Katherine Chambers and husband to
George Wagner.
Inventory of the personal estate of
Edith M. Itidout, filed and passed.
First and final account of R. Ben
nett Darnall, administrator of Ellen
Sellman, filed, examined and passed.
Order of Court in the guardian es
tate of Lillian M. Sullivan, filed and
passed.
George Gould, widower five months,
says he re-married to cure the lone
liness illness. Not a lingering illness
in his case.—Watertown Standard.
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One trial ot\ our Grade A
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tions. will convince you of its
superior quality; 16c per quart.
Special Milk for Babies
Pleasant Plains Dairy
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PHONE 431-W FREE DEMONSTRATION
MEDICAL MEN ENJOY
OUTING AT MAGOTHY
HOME OF DR. HUNTER
i
Members of the Medical Societies of
Anne Arundel and Baltimore counties
were royally entertained recently
Ly Dr. Guy Hunter, at his home
on the Magothy. About sixty mem
bers were present, including many
who occupy a prominent position ip
the medical world.
Among those who enjoyed the fam
ous hospitality of Dr. Hunter were: |
Ir. Kenneth Jones, superintendent of
the University Hospital. Baltimore;
Dr. E. N. Brush, alienist, and Dr.
Bridges, of Eudowood Sanatorium,
Baltimore county; Dr. J. E. Chapman,
of the Enoch Pratt staff; Dr. H. P. C
Wyse, of Pikesville; Dr. William C.
Stone, of the State Board of Health;
Dr. Jol n S. Fulton, of the State Board
of Health; Dr. Josiah S. Todd, of Mt.
Washington; Dr. Jack Hundley, of
Baltimore; I)r. Frank Dyersanger, of
Ruxton; Drs. Alfred and Richard
Gundry. of Catonsville; Dr. Frank H.
Thompson, of Annapolis; Dr. Frank
Smith, of Severn; Dr. Thomas H.
Brayshaw, of Glen Burnie; Dr. J. O.
Purvis, of AnnapiiJiß; Dr. Louis
Henkle, of Annapolis) Dr. M. O. Eld
ridge, of Sparrows Point; Dr. L. Gib-1
lions Smart, of Lutfcjprville; Dr. John
C. Collin.son, Dr. H. R. Naylor. Sr., Dr
H. R. Naylor. Jr., Dr. John C CV>ilin-1
son. Dr Joseph Holland, of Balti
more, and others.
Plar Alumni Association
An alumni assaci cf the new
University of Maryland is being plan
ned. This will include graduates of
the Baltimore Medical College, Col-;
lego of Physicians and Surgeons and .
' the Medical School, now merged into ,
the University of Maryland. The aim
1 is to form an executive body com
-1 posed of members of those former
schools who will interest themselves
in the workings of the medical de
partment and for the building up of
the university.
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! REPUBLIC
li
1 TODAY
MARY MILES MINTER
In u new, fighting, red-blooded dra
inatlc role—ln a thrilling story
of the South Sea Islands.
“SOUTH of SUVA”
Added nttruetion:
I | Larry Semon—“The Star Boarder.”
• j
TOMORROW
MAE MURRAY
. j * IN—
“FASCINATION”
| Added uttruetion:
I* A T II E N E W H
. - S
; Garden
1 MATINEE DAILY
! ' ”
TODAY
“The Branded Man"
A Western Drama!
AND GOOD COMEDY
TOMORROW
TOM MIX
—IN— v
I “CHASING THE MOON”
• Also a Good Comedy.
HS
Star : Theatre
THE ONLY I’P-TO-DATE COLORED
THEATRE IN ANNAPOLIS!
i ■
TODAY
7:43 and !):20-Two Nhnw-7:45 and 9:2P
Adults, 20e.; Children, lr.
VITAGRAPH PRODUCTION CO.
Presents:
ANITA STEWART
“The Message Of The Mouse”
In Seven Full Reels.
—AND—
A JIMMY AtIIKKY COMEDY
In Two Reels.
adopts memorial
UPON DEATH OF
GEO. W. WILLCOX
The Board of Directors of Annapo
lis Savings Institution, at a recent
meeting, adopted the following me
morial upon the late George W. Will
cox. for many years one of the direc
torate. who died February 22 last:
“On the 22nd day of February. 1922.
George W. Willcox. for many years a
member of the Board of Directors of
the Annapolis Savings Institution,
and a representative of one of the
oldest families of Annapolis, suddenly
departed this life at his home. Anna
polis, Md.
“Mr. Willcox had been for some
time prior to his decease in failing
health, though he gave strict and
faithful attention to his duties as
clerk to the Commandant of Midship
men at the IT. S. Naval Academy.
“Mr. Willcox was also a member of
the Board of Directors of the Work
ingmen’s Building and Loan Associa
tion of Annapolis, and his duties as
director of these two institutions
aroused in him a great interest in 11-
nancial affairs, to which he gave care
Circle playhouse TONIGHT
WEDNESDAY AM) Till USD \Y. AKil ST v\|, !.
Shows at 7:1.' and '.)- Prices. 10c and 2v.
A PBOfIIIAM OF SPECIAL FLATI 11l s 1N( I I |t|\t.
Production
■, HEART'S HAVEN
from the novel by
Clara Louise Burnham
With Robert Kim-Claire
Adams and Carl Gantvoort
Produced by Benj. B. Hampton and his AmocmUs
for Great Author* Inc.
HODKINSON
PICTURES
OPEN-AIR BAZAAR
Benefit Loyal Order of Moose
Three Nights—Aug. 24, 25 and 26
CITY PARK, FOOT MAIN ST.
Pic Ealing Contest Every Night. fill Sorts of flttradhm.
Novel Entertainment.
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' ful attention His . n
i prudence were oa r
I against hasty action,
ment. whi n in error v
jon the safe side He )\
a record of fidelity m
of his duty and of a .. .
the responsibility of i,
rector of a financial
*‘Be it now r sol. <d
Directors of 'he Ann
Institution, in resit I r
, sentbled. this 17;’a .!
l that this n<
i upon the minutes ot t ,
a mark of respect ,u
. deceased colleacu*
j be sent to the family ,
and a copy furnisln t
publication.
"B ALLKIN \\ I’U'H
‘ S' t 't ‘
5 j The ladies of the M
'i of L/inthicum li
I Protestant Church w .
> , fete on the church lav:
• ; in??, August 25. 1., , ,
- other refreshments v i
i The objective th
mind is most com::.'
- ‘ serves the liben-l s mj
- lie.

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