,11 '.a . > r Jk
|J Social and Personal
Jj i i - r*; \..1:
Woodward Reese, In
, tower* of Camelot,
miens he in vain—
n vial, unrecorded dust—
. . Klaine, Klaine!
i , hut a pale ting flower,
\ " awi torn in twain
(i i tlic unremembered Kras* —
t Klaine. Klaine!
hut a broken breath
t o'hM and sighs again
< hi old forgotten house—
i m’ Klaine, Klaine!
i. ii. till mieheon To
I'ulliii il Institute
Uniral Austin M. Knight
> wa among the guests at
'icon given on Thursday at
u, .niiMown by Colonel and Mrs.
ib.nd Hopkins before the close of
it He (tf Politics, which has
number of distinguished edu
ti I (lien of letters to- Massn
(t, . i'ti to attend its sessions.
♦mi Pur Long
I. - (tenant and Mrs. M. J. Walker,
i King Charles are leaving
it for lowa City, where they
will pi n I his leuve visiting members
at iheir family. #
I.imm Commander and Mrs. John
H' ‘t'dall and their ciilldren returned
t i W.i liingum recently from Berry
villi where they have been vlslUug
hei parents. Rear-Admiral and Mrs.
A M I). McCormick.
1.1.-i uiiiinfliider Itrerefon
I tut Family I.caving
Lieut -Commander and Mrs, W. D,
llrereton and ttieir two children will
Iravi by motor on Monday for Camp
Perry. Ohio, where Lieut .-Commander
Hi'nton will have command of the
Nivv rifle team in the national'
nitltches. - .j ,♦ ..
Having completed Ins tour of duty
a? the Naval Academy, Lieut.-Com
inatiiii-r Drereton will go to sea after
(In* matches are over.
lb grid at the departure of the
Itrcn lons. wlio have a large circle of
friends ami are very popular socially, l
is I ssened iiy the fact thut Mrs. 1
Hnrctoti has leased the house at 4
Oklahoma Terrace and will return to!
Annapolis some time in October for !
a slay of several months.
Professor and Mrs. Horace J. Fcn-j
ion who have been spending the sum
nni it their home at Pleasant View
!!• n h. u. i„ will return to Annapolis’
next Monday and will he the guests of.
Mi Kenton's brother-in-law and sis
tir. Mr and Mrs. Clarence M. White,j
until September 1. when they will re
-11" a their house at 6 Franklin street.J
Former Vnnapolltnti \
Mr S. M. Decker and son will ar-j
tivi on Tuesday next for an extenedl
vr t to Mrs. Decker’s sister, Mrs.
Hamilton Dale, of Murray Hill, while
Mr Decker, who is in tho employ of
I h< St uidard oil Company, is in
V' tti /uela on business.
Returns Front Civilian
1 'in Strahorn, a son of Captain I
■>i V]is. John S. Strahorn, of Mur-|
Mill, and the youngest graduate
1 eluss at St. John’s College,
u return this evening from Fort
M ni . \’a . where he has been at
: ug the Civilian Military Train
s 'ii'M-r!pHon Card
Fat tv On Tuesday
ni \t card party of the series
ceti liy the League of Women
will take place on Tuesday,
at the residence of Mrs.
s Strahorn on Southgate ave-
Murray Hill. Persons wishing
v< * tables or individual places
‘■u through either of the fol
' oinniittee on arrangements:
J Linthicum. chairman.
Thomas E. Strange. Tliese
’ "-es are being given to en
■ al league to raise its quota
fate funds. The game Tues
-tart at J o’clock and play
i come provideil with cards
20 Minutes Out
LUNCH and TEA
Chicken Waffle dinner, fl.7*.
1 'ANTING. CARDS.
Fhones Armlger. 9-F-1&.
fairlea farm INN
i " '' r lhittiirp Sandy Peach.
•v \\ ante*. Sea Food a specialty.
i* “ i'uad. Through South River
mile from South River Bridge.
*i v iL- n, w T llp “?d* by telephoning
■ V,. between 7 P. If. and J> A. If
SHADY OAKS INN
U| F PLACE TO EAT AND SLEIP*
' '‘ •'•‘ hen Waffle nr Sen-Fond
,r “* **cnonnble Frlree.
l? M. MRS. C. B. WAGNEB
Ot interest to a number of Anna
poUtans is the marriage of Miss Lu
cille Poth. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John Poth. of Roßsville. and a niece
of George 0. Barton, of this city,
whose family she has often visited.
Miss Poth became the bride of Ken
neth D. Fisher, of Annadale. N. Y
of Henry W. Fisher, of Perth
Amboy. N. J.. on August 20 at tbe
home of her parents. The ceremony
was performed by the Rev. Charles J.
Adams, rector emeritus of St. Luke’s
Kpiscopal Church, Rossville.
The bride, who was given in mar
) iage by her father, had as her only
attendant her sister. Miss Marion
Hennie Poth, and Lester Fisher, bro
ther of the groom, was best man.
t Ihe bride vyore a gray charmeuse
t gown embroidered iu silver, wijh a
i large picture hat to match, and car
. ried a bouquet of white roqes. Her
r sister wore a pink frodk and carried
v pink roses. *
Only the members of the immediate
- family were pre-ent at the wedding
breakfast that followed the cerdtnony.
After an automobile honeymoon in
the Pocono Mountains, Mr. and Mrs.
Fisher will live in Brooklyn.
Mrs. Fisher, who is a graduate of
; VVellsley College, has for the past two
years been in professional theatricals.
: and was rehearsing for a New York
production. Mr. Fisher, who served
overseas two years durlnfc the war, is
a Cornell man and is associated with
the Throckmorton Bonding Company,
of. New York.
Dances Today At
Carvel Hall will hold its regular
Saturday evening dance tonight from
H to 12 and will also have a tea dance
in the Grill this afternoon from 3 to 6
Cohen’s Collegiate Orchestra will sup
ply the music for both dances.
Professor and Mrs. John C. Rdbert
sdh, of 83 Market street, who recently
returned from a motor trip.to Ver
mont, are now in New York. They
are expected back tomorrow.
Ruck From Cruise
j Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Valiant and
i family, who have been taking a fort
night's cruise on their yhcht, the
j “Genevieve," have returned.
; Goucher Girl
l Here On Visit
Miss Evelyn Haines has returned to
her home in Baltimore after a visit to
j Miss Elizabeth Davis, of West street
* extended. Miss Haines and Miss
! "Genevieve,’’ have returned to Wsrr
Miss Anna Ridout, who is travelling
1 abroad with the party being conduct
! ed by Miss Elizabeth Persons, of Ah-
I napolis. was recently in Rome.
Miss Anne Bryant Dorsey, of Cedar
Park, will spend the weelc-ond in Mont
gomery county with Miss Virginia
Stonestreet. v ..
i Mrs. Robert Moss
| Rack Front Mountains
Mrs. Robert Moss returned last
night from Deer Park, where she has
i been for the past three weeks.
To Show Horses At
The horse show* at the Titnonlum
Fair, wjvich is one of the largest in
the State, always proves an attraction
|to society. Among the entries for
this year’s event, which will be held
on the Fair Grounds near Baltimore
ii on September 8, are those of Colonel
and Mrs. Julian H. Harris, of Thun
, der and Lightning Poiril, South River,
and their daughter. Miss Sallie Gale
Harris. They will show a saddle
: horse, and two ponies in harness and
* j under saddle. There will be 14 dif
ferent classes in the sliqw, most of
them various kinds of hunters, and
five hunt teams, representing the Elk
-1 ridge. Green Spring Valley and Har
i ford Clubs,
i j. . ——
Visiting Mr. And
’j Claude Langlais, of Washington,
will be the week-ctad guest of Mr. and
iMrs. Carlos V. Cusachs at Ogle Hall.
Doctor and Mrs. B. W. Dudley have
as their guests Mrs. W. J. Hoffman, of
New Jersey, and her son.
, In Town
Former Governor Emerson C. Har
i ringtoo and his son, Emerson Har
* rington, Jr., visited in Annapolis yes
. Mr. And Mrs.
r I.inthicum's Guests
Mr. and Mrs. Eppa Hunton Roane
E are motoring from their home in Nor
* folk, Va., to spend the week-end with
* Mrs. Roane's brotber-lti-law and sis
i ter. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Linthicum.
Guests Of Mr. And
, Mrs. Parlett
Mr. and Mrs. Morgan O. Parlett, Jr.,
of W4st street extended, have as their
j guests B. Frank Conrad and his
daughter. Miss Louise Conrad.
liiti L \ L.Ai.xu uAitiAL, AXXAi'OLiS, aIAR i L\aL. o.'u y.il/.vV, . a ;, v -j,,
THE BUILDING OP NEW YORK CITY
PMar Mamet. Jr. j-- " liUnutioMl Pre* Syodicetc, N. Y
GENERAL ALEXANDER McDOUGALL
Gen. Alexander McDougall, was
born in the Island of Islay, Scot
land, in 1731. Died in New York
in 1786. In 1755 he was brought
to New York by his parents and
shortly after he was engaged in
the war of 1756 as commander of
two privateers. "Barrington” and
"Tiger.” After this war he was
a successful merchant in New
Lieut.-Commander R. M. Galloway
is the guest of Lieut.-Commander and
Mrs. James Parker for the week-end.
ST. ANNE’S PARISH
(Protrotunt Fplaropat; Founded 1*?.)
REV. EDWARD D. JOHNSON, D. D.
HEV. GEO. R. SAVAGK, Acting Hector.
7 :30 A. M.—Holy Communion.
11:00 A. —Morning Prayer.
(First Sunday, Holy Com- 1
5:30 P.M.—Evening Prayer.
All sittings free and unassigned.
ST. LUKE’S CHAPEL
GEORGE W. NORRIS, Lay Reader.
, 8:00 P. srf.—Evening Service.
NAVAI ACADEMY CHAPEL
Services tomorrow will be held as!
10:45 A. M.—Morning Prayer and!
The 8:45 service will be omitted on
the Sundays in August.
CALVARY M. E. CHURCH
> H. W. BUKQAN, Paator.
• 9:45 A.M.—Sunday School in Re
ligious Education Build
• ing, Maryland Avenue and
Prince George street.
9:45 A. M.—B rotherhood Bible
Class, held in church
building. State Circle.
11:00 A.M.—Church Nursery.
11:00A.M.—Morning service. Ser
mon by Rev. Walter G.
McNeil, D. D.
8:00 P. M.—Sermon by Rev. Cflenn
8:00.P. M.— (Wednesday)— Prayer'
and Praise Service.
Public cordially invited to be nreaent. j
REV. ,s. E. PERSONS, D. 1>„ Miulater.
11:00 A.M.—Sermon by the Rev.
John Nesbit, of Catons
Knighta ot Pythlaa Hall
10:00 A. M.—Children’s Bibje Class.
11:00 A. M:—Bible study. The Di
vine Plan of the Ages.
7:30 P. M.—Bible study—" Ezekiel.”
All are welcome.
COLLEGE AVE. BAPTIST CHURCH
DR. JOHN S. SOWERS, Pastor.
10:00 A: M —Bible School. H. H
11:00 A.M.—Morning worship. Ser
mon b£ the Rev. Mr.
Myers, of Salem, N. J.
Service in charge of the
Rev. Dr. J, H. Eager.
Cordial invitation to ail.
trinity m. e. chtrch, south*
HEV. A. E. OWENS. Paator.
10:00 A.M. —Sunday School and
. Men’s Bible Class.
11:00 A.M.—Sermon by pastor.
7:45 P.M. —Epworth 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.—Evening worship.
EDWARD Si 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.
York City. When the Revolution
broke out he was appointed Col
enei of the Ist New York Regi
ment, and a year later, was pro
moted Major General. In 1780 he
was sent as a delegate to the
Continental Congress. He was
the first president of the New York
Society of the Cincinnati. Mc-
Dougall street, in New York City,
was named in his honor.
EASTPORT BAPTIST CHURCH
DR. JOHN HOWARD EAGER. Pastor.
9:45 A.M.—Sunday School.
8:30P. M.—Evening worship. Ser
mon by Dr. Eager.
All church members are urged to
attend and public cordially invited.
i CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES
28 STATE CIRCLE
11:00 A.M. Subject: “Christ
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.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
REV. H. I*. PIERCE. Pastor.
P. TKKRMI..-<'klfroh Clerk.
11:00 A.M.—Sermon by Brother J.
1:00 P. M.—Sunday School
8:00 P.M.—Sermon by the pastor.
8:00 P.M. (Tuesday) Prayer
Meeting, conducted by
Deacons Parker and Ter
8:00 P.M.—(Friday)—Prayer meet
ting and covenant.
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.M.—Sermon by pastor.
MT. MORIAH A. X. E. CHURCH
REV. P. J. JORDAN, Pastor.
11:00 A. M.—Preaching,
2:30 P.M.—Sunday School.
7:30 P.M.—Song and Praise Serv
8:30 P. Preaching,
All are welcome.
i CENTIPEDE FRIEND, NOT AN
ENEMY, INVESTIUatHIN SHOWS
(OnrreMtondcnc* A*o !atc<l Press.)
HONOLULU, T. H„ Aug. s.—The
i centipede, shunned, feared and abhor
red enemy of the residents of Hawaii,
i "'ho can cause a small panic by mere
| l.v appearing in sight, really is a
friend, according to University of
Hawaii investigations, because he
subsists mainly on other pestiferous
| insects, mainly mosquitoes and cock
• roaches, thus decreasing the hordes
, of those bugs.
The results of the investigation.
; made public in an extension letter,
| showed that the centipede, whose bite
is feared because of many tales of its
death-bringing qualities, is not vici
ous and is retiring in disposition ex
cept when he is attacked or thinks he
is. Then he has fairly potent means
of defense in the feelers in his fore
feet with whifch lie inflicts his “bite.”
But his bit,e is no more serious usual
ly than that of a bee or wasp, the
university lettey said. .. -
| ,* , m V’ ?' *•/
BENJ. £. SARLtS
Phoae fiOl-H A unspoilt. It.
Here And There
Park Benjamin, the no(ed patent
lawyer who recently died, had two
main interests first electricity and
second, the Naval Academy, of which
he was a graduate of the class of
He combined these two interests ly
assembling a most complete library
showing the development of knowl
edge of electricity, and presenting it
to the academy in 1899.
. As he was not a man of wealth
and the library was a very valuable
one he was assisted in bearing the
expense it entailed by two other grad
uates, Colonel Robert M. Thompson
of the class of - 6S and Edward J. Ber
win of 69; and the collection was
given to the Naval Academy library
as a memorial to thesi three classes.
The library consists of a complete
assemblage of books that marl; ad
vances in the human knowledge of
electricity. It contains about 1200
volumes, and includes mediaeval edi
tions of ancient writers on Science,
such as Diogenes Laertius, through
such men as Galileo. Descartes. Gal
vahi. Ampere, Boyle, Sir Humphrey
Davies, and others, to Benjamin
Franklin and Robert Fulton.
No contribution to our knowledge
of electricity that is fundamental anil
not merely technical is omitted and
the editions are nearly all first issues
of epoch-marking hooks and are very
valuable and correspondingly rare.
The Naval Academy owes a great
debt of gratitude to Mr. IJeujamin for
this gift, which will doubtless serve
as an inspiration to many a future
officer with a bent for scientific re
Governor Ritchie’s name has been
added to the long list of men of un
usual brains, statesmen and finan
ciers, whose literary taste runs to
detective and fiction stories of the
thriller type. •
Intellectual relaxation of this sort
is on a par with that of the T. B. M.
who can not possibly conceive of en
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joy iug an eveuing's theatrical enter
tainment of any higher mental calibre
than that offered by the ‘‘Follies."
j The assertion one sometimes hears
that people enjoy reading about the
I sort of lives they can not lead is by
no means always true.
Although invalids and persons tied
to daily routine work in one place
are apt to choose books of dashing
adventure for their favorite literature
j the greatest readers of Conrad s
strange romances of the sea and Kip
ling's tales of out of the way cor
ners of the earth are seafaring men
, and travelers who know the places
. their authors write of.
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Before The KrtiH
(Glen W Dresbaeh. in X. Y. Sun.)
Hush of the twilight falls
Where birds are passing In flight;
Over the garden walls
The frost will creep tonight.
Lily and rose will fade
As birds now fade to the South—
Your 1 reast is like lilies made.
Sister to roses, your mouth!
Lii.es here by "he wall
And roses crowding the door. •
When the frost's cold fingers all
Kill them I.st tlu>v seek for u;pre!
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