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1864 'fe >922 AN NATO LI 8, Ml). I’vblliM Daily Eictpt Buaday by TDK CAPITAL Pl'BLI8H!XO COMPANY ' - J THE KVKNINO CAPITAL la on sale at ttic following j>laia: O*org* W. Jnn*a IJM Main Rtrwt WltUnm HchnttM 34 Weat Wtreet J. Dovla 74 Maryland A*v 9 O F*>|itia*rar 38 Maryland Avo. •J.oeblrd CoufectloM-ry" King U*orge Ht ‘ Wl.llain Maker Weat A < tbelral Bta., W. B. A A. Ngwatand, Short Lina Terminal M Millar 234 Weat Street N. MaaOrla. Third A Severn Ave., Kaat|>ort Dr Cbarlea B. Henkel...2b Maryland AAre. '*Uratl in Annapolla, Kaatcort. Oer ■.antown and Weat Aim.ipolla by earlier Bar 46 cent* |r mwith. You van have the KVKNINO CAPITAL nailed to you gu aWay from the elty ny leaving yur name mid u<hlrpa at the ofllfe. for 4f* i.-euta |>er month; S3.UO per year, parable In udrnnce. to any poatofflee In the 1 idle.l Ktntea or Catfada. Entered at Annapolla Poatofflt'e at Bmond-tTaaa Matter. Member of Tlia Associated Preaa The A* ■<>< dated Preaa la eieln* alvelv entitled tl the liae for Te r"bll.ntl( n fit ail jiewa credited to t or not i.tlierwlae credited In Itla paper end alao the local uewa pt'bllalie.t iiercln. All rlglita of re • publication of apeclal die |iptclr*a herein re alao rcaerved. * A* - .i TpESiUt, SEPTEMBER 19. 1922. FOjOTBAI.I, COMES INTO ITS OWN As the leaves fade and show a premise of bright colors soon to appear, as school hells ring and householders begin to worry about the price of coal, the pig skin, which, by the way, is rub ber covered with horsehide, is booted upon the held of sports. Ihe season always js short and vigorous and there is need of haste even •in extending a wel come to the masters of the for ward pass and mass formations- The practice gridirons all over the country are presenting scenes of bustling activity these mid- September afternoons. The grass or day-covered ground is cut and torn by cleated shoes, bucking machines are pushed slowly but surely down the field, and help less dummies swing from their gallows to meet the impact of rushing humanity. Veteran players carefully nurse them selves for future games while youngsters expend their last ounce of energy in efforts to at tract the attention of the coach ing stalT. Drop-kicking and drill, relentless, monotonous drill, al ready have been followed by a short scrimmage on some grid irons while at other schools the rudimentary work still exclusive ly holds the spotlight. In the main, this is the time for the limbering up processes, with i the climax to the day’s work be \ ing given by a run of from three to four times around the held bc-j fore the trip hack to the dressing j rooms. Fresh from shower baths.! glowing and happy, and smelling! gloriously of liniment, griddersl walk with light, unwearied step! after the first stillness is worn away. So strenuous and thor ough is the training they, receive that they can almost feel them-j selves gaining day by day in strength and robust health. The admittance of football to, the newspaper sporting pages,! too, is a welcome event not only 1 to the players themselves but al so to thousands of others. W ait till the captains have shaken hands, tossed a coin,and nodded their heads—then let the games begin. . • ... TASKER IS FOR THE SUBSIDY % lhe plan of Chairman Lasker | tM* the Shipping Roard to get the country churned up over his prophecy of a pair of American super-liners as quickly as the ship subsidy proposal becomes a law deserves discouragement in keeping with the size of the dream. He announces that ship ping men “whqse names are household words,” arc prepared to sink $M0.000,000 in two ships, of TO.OOO tons apiece if the gov- j eminent comes across with an an-1 nual subsidy of $1,&U,000 for! each. The Mi’sid\ itself amounts! to a healthy return on the invest ment and whan a profit in con siderable excess of the subsidy is added to the return it is not dif-! ticult to understand the shipping! magnates’ enthusiasm over the 1 proposal. If they get away with j it their names deserve to be more! than household words. There is only one right kind; of ship subsidy. That is oue, which conveys a guarantee to the 1 government in exchange for the subsidy that t uinagc will be car ried at a rate lower or as low as! competing vessels. Xo oue w ants to pay taxes for whatever glory there may be in watching empty. American ships parade around i the ocean. W ithout this guar antee the subsidy idea is unthink able. When you add to Its pos sible disadvantages the folly of dumping two new ieviathians on a world marine already overweight and propose to use public money to maintain them it is hard to share Mr. Lasker’s excitement. * i Many shinning men are against the big ship It is no safer or ; fa; ter and costs more to operate in proportion to its size than j smaller vessels. The possibility *of disaster mounts in ratio to the ship’s tonnage. The large ship ! needs all sorts of attention get* . ting in and out of port if, indeed, the proposed Ones could get in at all. The German and British :'■upyr-ships were built for pub licity purposes. If America merely wants to excel the world in ship size, it would be wiser tx? publicly appropriate the cost of one ship and put it on the sea purely as an advertisement? I There are saner ways of spend ing money in marine benefits than iby subsidizing Lasker ships. 1 I here arc too many empty Am erican bottoms now. Give work to the ships we ulreauy have. NAVY LADS AND COLLEGIANS ON FOOTBALL FIELD ICmIIiiM Fr* I.) through some kicking and passing. A tentative varsity was made up as fol lows: Left end, Parr; left tackle. Holies; left guard. Carney; center, Matthews; right guard. Winkjcr; right tackle. Shewell; right end, Taylor; quarterback, hainllton; left halfback. McKee; right halfback. Conroy; full bark, Sommers. There is keen competition for sev eral of tho places and changes ara likely. Heavy Line For Nt. John's That the St. John's College cadets will have a stronger combination of forwards than last year and that the backfield will be of a higher class, too. >vas the prediction made by George Rohan when he formally took charge as coach of the Orange and Black war riors yesterday. “Of course," said the former Friends School mentor, “I am not able to toll nuch about prospects at the crack of ho season’s practice, but with the Top of new men, all of whom have had some experience, and are counted is promising material, coupled with 'he veterans who have returned to college. I expect to build up a good machine." Yesterday was the first day of prac tice for the cadets, but the work was more of a warming up and elementary nature. Considerable time was coiir Mimed in distributing togs and equip ment to the players. "Andy” Kirk patrick, the brilliant halfback of the last two years, is captain of the team, and although still bothered somewhat by an old leg Injury, he Is expected to shino this year. Other old men who have returned to college are: Ban- I Held and Kelso, ends; “Bob" Brown ;ind Alexander, tackles; Felnfcerg. a lineman, and Wagner, Anderson and |"Hobe" Rldgely, of the backfield. Leaver* Of I’oly, A Gbnt The cadets will have at least one ' -’Ov-pounder in the line. This will be I l.enver, tackle at Baltimore Pol'y t technic last year, who Is out fer tackle, i Other new men include Wegner, full liack at Gilman’s School, and the fol lowing who have* had experience on a high school eleven at Claremont. N. H.: Perry, centre; Jarvis, end: Com panion, tackle; Carroll and Monchton, backfield; and Rapp, a lineman from Parkersburg (W. Va.) High School, j Stecher. another newcomer, is a big follow for the line. Darley, a quarter-* back who played at St. John s two years ago. but was with Johns Hop kins last season, will also return to college. 1 Coach Hoban has planned to spend the entire season in Annapolis in or der to be close to his pupils all the while. He has takon quarters at the Phi Sigma Fraternity House, 243 Prince George street 1 BRITAIN TO ACT ALONE TO PROTECT DARDANELLES (By The AMorlaird Preaa.) LONDON. Sept. 19.—The British cabinet takes the attitude that Great Britain will undertake military ac tion, alone if necessary, independent of France and Italy, to protect the freedom of the Dardanelles, it was authoritatively stated after this after noon’s protracted cabinet meeting. An official communique, issued from Downing street this afternoon, de clares in substance that the govern ment stands by its pronouncement of policy issued to the press Saturday, notwithstanding reports to :be con trary Jud Tunkins says it is not much of an achievement to make people afraid j of you. A small boy with a box of matches can terrorise a whole family. —Washington Star. PIANO TUNING and CHAIR CAINING pbomptlt nowr.t BTarh Celtad Foe *a4 Promptly Hrilinrdi PHONE SSS-M. WM. MUHLMEISTER sa wwmt T tit; CHARLES M. CARLSON IM ULOVCBSTBB STURT CONTRACTOR and BUILDBB ■Ws%oo Ohiarlaße Aiwa. PHONE tl THE CAPITAL, si Llnj, is, i:~3, MILLINERY AND GARMENTS SEEN AT OPENINGS <rntlaaed Fraaa rat* D ing there was a collection of useful gad smart sport hats on the ground floor, while In the millinery parlors above a variety of more elaborate! specimens were on Here again the prevailing color was brown, one of the prettiest hats in the room being of a rich warm African brown combined with sand and trimmed with a brown feather. Toques, turbans and modified poke bonnet shapes were all in evidence, while a beautiful purple velvet hat trimed with irrideacent tissue flowers was built on the lines of the old fashioned and invariably becoming sailor. A poke bonnet that would set nff the beauty of ?ny debutante was of blue velvet and silver cloth, with a trimming of tissue flowers. A smart little red duvetyn lurbar. had a jaunty red parrot of the same shade for its only trimming. An old rose velvet hat. crushed with a trim-j tiling of the same shade, was another pretty choice for a young girl, while a large brown e'eation with a wreath of gold roses proved too good looking to 'stay in the shop more than half an hour after the opening started. The Lender's Opening Lately done over in ivory and black, the store is a model of freshness and daintiness, and its. effectively decor ated windows could not fail to attract ami hold the attention of eyery femi nine passerby. The , first is devoted exclusively to infanta’ wear, in.which this store specializes. Everything lor children is embodied in the display, whether it be a gift for a new-arrival, or a necessary article of wearing apparel for a child from two to five years. Evening Gowns That ('harm Against a background of old gold brocade, draped over the ivory foun dation, a coral chiffon evening frock, on display in the second window, sends a thrill to the heart of every ypung lady in town.’ Relying prin cipally upon its glorious color for ef fectiveness, this gown is draped sim ply and gracefully and its charm is completed by a clever girdle of hand made flowers and gold ribbon. Another intriguing dance frock, to be seen in the same window, is of a delightful shade of blue taffeta. An afternoon costume of black can ton crepe, with accordion pleated panels and edged with gold braid, is accompanied by a wide afternoon hat of black, with sweeping j>lume. and a purse of black moire, edged with gold. FmHj Cases As Souvenirs An attractive turban of silver cloth, in a new shape, contrasts well with tho other light-colored gowns display ed. in this window. The central showcase is devoted to bats and in it are shown many of the new "Fashion" hats, for which the Leader has the exclusive agency. Most attractive and unusual are the boxes that accompany these hats and within the store these are used, in terspersed at intervals with potted palms, as decorations. Although no added inducement other than the attractive display should be needpd to insure suc cess of the opening, charming little vanity cases developed in gold braid over blue or rose silk are being given as souvenirs to those attending the Leader's showing of fall costumes. The Fashion Showing Wednesday The Fashion, another shop in this city which devotes itself exclusively to ladies' and children's wearing ap parel. and which had its opening a few weeks ago. will give a second showing on Wednesday of new de signs. fresh from New York. At this showing, many new and smart models in street and afternoon costumes will be exhibited, as well as the latest creations jn fall and winter millinery and-the newest and smartest designs in such accessories as scarfs, sweat ers. hosiery and the like. M Congress seeius to forget that the ex-scrvlce men are asking for'a bonus, not an old-age pension.—Life. vazssaw:-. i,n,;rygi£nrs£txcxrc:g mex s. zxxzzzsxzz ! G r! R El H £;) Strength, Security and Service! E ..■■■'■ 1 ■■ ■■ rj , , m FOR 11 YEARS THIS BANK HAS SERVED THIS ' 5 H COMMUNITY FAITHFULLY AND WELL AND g R OFFERS UNSURPASSED FACILITIES FOR g TRANSACTING EVERY DESCRIPTION OF BANKING BUSINESS. V R R , * a U —* h Assets Over . . $2,500,000,00 * • n | r f g. R WE PAY 4% INTEREST QN SAVINGS ACCOUNTS R AND 2% .ON DAILY CHECKING BALANCES U OVER 1800 B 81 g THE ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN ANNE ARUN- R DEL COUNTY. M , Ui IS -THE™ || I Farmers National Bank l OF ANNAPOLIS, MD. S • B pj ' ' ~ 1 -- FURTHER PLANS OF ROAD CEREMONIAL <C—llaood Tram Pas* t) September 30, and the chriman of Anne Arundel’s reception committee ia to form your committee into col umns of two. When the contingent from Baltimore, that is. the Merchants and Manufacturers' Association, for which the reception committees in all of the counties are to act as escorts, leave the train, they will form in columns of twos, and your committee Will then move forward; when >cu reach the end of the column of i ■ t Merchants and Manufacturers* Akso- j elation, your column will divide, thus < t anking the Baltimoreans, matching | on up and thus forming columns c.f four, which will be the order of ‘ march." Fried Chicken Requested A request also has been made that i the county people, especially those • living along the route of the highway. < will take along with them two or three fried chickens and leave them at the Fair Grounds. The highway committee has made a similar request of the other Southern Maryland coun ties that, will participate in the cele bration, and the edibles so received will be used for the luncheon that will be served at the Fair Grounds to the gjests. REQUISITION FOR SOCOLOW SERVED (Continued From Fag* 1.) of Bernard Livingston, who was ar j rested with James (Jack) Hart, ‘it. ! Livingston’s apartments on Pennsyl vania avenue. Washington. Justice . Stump refused to release Livingston. Up to the time of his arrest witr Hart, Livingston had been at libel :y on 135,000 bail on charges of assault and robbery in connection with an j attack upon Max Berenstein on Whit tier avenue last April, when Beren stein was robbed of diamonds valued at |140,000. Frank L. Allers, who has confessed in the Norris case, accus ing Walter Socolow of firing the fatal shot, was accused in the Berenstein robbery with Livingston. Hart Is Assigned Counsel Chief Judge James P. Gorter, of the Supreme Bench, announced today that he had appointed George W. Cameron counsel for Hart, who upon his preliminary arraignment yesterday asked that William Curran, lawyer, be sent for. Curran believed he was not in a technical position to repre sent Hart, .because of some of Cur ran's connections in the case with the detectives and Hart asked to have the court name his lawyer. Prepare Wolf Indictment, Report State’s Attorney Leach’s depart ment was said today to be engaged i in the preparation of an indictment i j against Harry B. Wolf, criminal law jyer; Walter Socolow and John Kel j ler, on charges of conspiracy to ob j struct justice when Socolow and Kel- J ler arc said to have visited the Wolf . home on Park Heights avenue some night after the shooting of Norris. What About Marriage? Ellis Parker Butler, author of “Pigs Is Pigs” and many other fiction bits, contributes “The Tenth Mrs. Tulking ton" to the magazine of The Washing ton Star, Sunday, September 24. Tlrs complete story takes up the marriage subject and deals with it candidly. Order your copy of The Washington Star from newsdealer today.—(Adv.) USED BY THREE GENERATIONS “I use Foley’s Honey and Tar per sonally, give it to all my children and now to my grandchildren with the same good results. I tried many kinds of cough medicines, but never want anything but Foley's Honey and Tar." writes Mrs. E. K. Olson, Superior. Wise. Foley’s Honey anti Tar was es tablished in 1875 and has stood the test of time serving three generations. It quickly relieves colds, coughs and croup, throat, chest and bronchial trouble.—(Adv.) ADVERTISING IN THE EVENING CAPITAL WRINGS RESULTS. NOTICE LIST OF ipTMUTS I OFFICE OF THE NOAM* OF SUPER VISORS OF ELECTIONS FOU AN.SB ARUNDEL COUNTV. Ml*. Annapolis. Md., Sept. 15, I(£.'. At a lusting of the Uoartl of Su;>er visors of Elections for Anne Aruudel county, Maryland, held in the Court House at Annapolis. Md.. on July 29. ll*~, the following named tueu v to seleyt,* d as Associate Judges and Clerus of Elections us required by Seetiou 7. Chapter 2*K, of Article .Ti of the Code of Public G ueral Laws of Maryland: FIRST DISTRICT First Precinct—A to J—Manuel 1. Suit l>eui.. Associate Judge. Davidsonville:' Heury Glover. Rep.. Associate Judge. Galloways; William F>. Elliott. IKmii.. Clerk. West River; Oscar F. Slegert. ltep. Clerk. Galloways. ........ K to Z —Ernest Hardesty, Dem.. Asso ciate Judge. Galloways; Robert Murray. Rep.. Associate Judge. Cuuiberstone; Helen Dawson. Deni. Clerk. Davidsou vllle; John Nutwell, Rep.. Clerk. Gallo ways. Second Precinct Wilfred Hardesty. l*em.. Associate Judge, South River; Nen jamin Colllson. Rep.. Aaaoclate Judge South River; ilernard Williams. Deni.. Clerk. Dnvldsouville; Seth N. Wheatley. Rep.. Clerk. Mayo. SECOND DISTRICT First Precinct—A to J—Andrew Denver, l*eui„ Associate Judge, Bast port; Henry Moreland, ltep.. Associate judge. East port; Thomas corner leui., Ciera, East port; Joseph H. Uriscomb, ltep.. Clerk. Kastport. K to C. K. Wernt*. Deui., Associate Judge. Kastport; Moses It. Muuktn, Kep., Associate Judge, Kastport; L. Kuril Strange. Deni., Klerk, Kastport; Morris K. Meade, ltep.. Clerk. Kastport. Second Precinct \ermni Moreland. Pom., Associate J mice, Gambrill*; Joseph S. Nigelow, Rep., Associate Judge, t'hes terlield: Edward S Small. Deni., Clerk. Pavidaonvllle; Howard Claude, Rep., Clerk, Chesterfield. 'third Preelucf—A to J■—\V. W. Purdy. Dem.. Associate Judge. Kdgewater; James O. Rush. Rep., Associate Judge. West An napolis: Harold J. Ilefvleux, Dem.. Clerk. Went Annapolis; Charles A. Flnkblne. ltep.. Clerk. Wellsvh'w. K to Z— ; Westbrook, Deiu.. Associate Judge. 'Cedar Part; Leslie 11. Manley, ltep.. Associate Jolge. Wellsview : N.vron L. Shaw. Dem.. Clerk. West Anna polis; Gordon Valiant, ltep.. Clerk, War dour. THIRD DISTRICT First Precinct—A to J—Marlon Mitchell. Item.. Aasoeiate Judge, Solley; A. J. Suu detson, ltep.. Associate Judge, Curtis Nay; Arch Johnson, Dem., Clerk. Solley; Ells worth Tracey, Rep., Clerk. Pasadena. K to Z—Stanley K. Mitchell, Dem.. Asso ciate Judge, Solley; Roltert E. Smith. Rep.. Associate Judge, Marley; Paul Doggo, Dem., Clerk. Glen Burnle; William G. Hancock. Hep.. Clerk. Lake Shore. Second Product A to J Lawrence Wiseman, Deni.. Associate Judge, Earldgh Heights; C. Carroll Hrh-e, Rep.. Associate Judge. Annapolis Ic. F. D.; ("a.irlts H Smith, Deni., Clerk. Arnolds: Carlton Fox. Rep., Clerk. Earldgh Heights. K to Z—Thomas 11. Smith. I*ein.. Asso ciate Judge. Arnolds; Daniel Sohn. Jr.. ltep.. Associate Judge, Pasadena: Orlando Itidout. Jr.. Dem., Clerk. Annapolis It. F D. : Chester A. Peregory, Rep., Clerk, An napolis It. F. I). FOURTH DISTRICT First Precinct—Thomas S, Waters. Deui., Associate Judge, Odenton: Henry Wood ward, Hep., Associate Judge. Mlllersville; John Zepp, Dem., Clerk, odenton; J. A. Stewart, ltep.. Clerk. Laurel. •; Second Precinct—A to J—Robert Shaw, Dem., Associate Judge. Odenton: William Digits. Rep.. Associate Judge, Benlleld: Mini roc Phelps. Dem.. Clerk. Odenton; Benjamin Flack. Jr., ltep.. Clerk. Jessups. Iv to Z —Frank Bennett. Dem., Clerk. Mlllersville; Frank Puniphrey, Item, Asso ciate Judge. Nentield; Albert Kranklyn, Dem.. Associate Judge, Mlllersvlllp; Philip A. Myers, ltep., Clerk. Severn R. F. I*. FIFTH DISTRICT First Precinct —Edward T. Keys, Dem.. Associate Judge, Brooklyn; Lee F. Nalley, ltep.. Associate Judge. Brooklyn; Norman Wilkerson, Dem.. Clerk, Brooklyn; Hugh H. Boyd, Rep.. Clerk. South Baltimore. Secoud Prec|net —A to J—Harry And rest. Deni.. Associate Judge. Glen Burnle: Elmer L. O'Neal. Kep.. Associate Jmlgc. Glen Burnle: Linjumiii !•’. Welsh. Jr.. Deui., Clerk. Gleti Burnle: Arthur Phelps, ltep.. Clerk. Hanover H. F. I>. K to Z —William McGinnis. Dem.. Asso ciate Judge. Glen Burnle; Elizabeth Per sons. Ilep., Associate Judge. Llntbicum: John West. Dem.. Clerk, Lanadowne It. F. I*.: Mildred C. Persons, Rep., Clerk, Lin thirum. SIXTH DIBTKCT First Precinct —A to J —Thomas Ktlncli coipb. Dem.. Associate Judge. Aunapolis: William F. Minnie k. ltep.. Associate Judge, Annapolis: P. A. Macaluso. Dem.. Clerk. Aunapolis; Janie Feldmeyer. Rep.. Clerk. Annapolis. K to Z—K. C. Burt. Dem., Associate Judge. Annapolis; Clifton J. Itnsseil. Hep. AssiM-iate Judge. Annapolis; Bernard Brady. Dem.. Clerk. Annapolis. Second Precinct—A to J—R. K. Sim mons. Deni.. Associate Judge. Annapolis; Nernnco Gladden, ltep.. Associate Judge, Annapolis; Kenton W. Strange. Dem.. Clerk, Aunapolis; Miss Mary Mitnroe. Rep.. Clerk. Annapolis. K to Z—Paul Winchester, Deni.. Asso ciate Jndge. Annapolis: George Russell Kep., Associate Judge. Annapolis: John C Hyde. Dem.. Clerk. Aunapolis; Paul Hol ley. Kep.. Clerk. Annapolis Third Precinct—A to J- —John Anderson. I*ein.. Assry-iate Judge. Ajinapnlls; Irene Knell. Rep.. Associate Judge. Annapolis Will la ;n Elliott. I>em".. Clerk. Annapolis: Albert C Collie*, ltep... Cffork. Annapolis. K to 7 —William Engelfce. I*em.. Asso ciate Jmlge. Annapolis: ChuGes E. Rus sell, Ren.. Associate Judge. Annapolis George E. Miller. Dem.. (Berk. Annapolis: John A Russell. Itnk, I'lerk. Aunapolis. Fourth Precinc*—A So .1 —G. C. Gulenot Tl em.. Associate Judge. Annatiol's: Walter E. Oneenstosd. Ren.. Associate Judge. An uspoi’ig; M J E Roddy. Dem.. Clerk. Ati naoolls: Albert Sisco. Rep.. Clerk. Anna po’ts. K to 7, —George Ksflield. Dpni., (sso'-inte Judge. Aunapolis: Charles Schllsskv. Ren Associate Judge Annapolis: Louis N. lofTol-son Dem C’< r k Annnnalls; Charles H. Bell. Rep.. Clerk. Annapolis. SEVENTH DISTRICT A to J—-Frank Dawson. Dem.. Associate Judge. Churchton: Charles Larson. Rep.. 1 Associate Judge. Shadyside: Cran dall, Dem.. Clerk. Churoiitou; Alexander ; W. Andrews. Kep.. Clerk. Sliadyside. ! K to Z —Samuel P. Wood. Dein.. Asso ! ''late Judge. Deale; J. A. Coates. Rep. Associate Judge. Shadyside: Paul O. Hor , destv. I*etn., Clerk. Sudley; Delmas C. i Stutler. Rep.. Clprk, Shadyside EIGHTH DISTRICT j A to J —Washington Nutwell. Deui.. As sociate Judge. Nutwell; Henry A. Raw lings. Rep.. Associate Judge. Greenock; ; Howard Wood. Deni.. Clerk. Friendship: ; Re-Mihllcan Clerk oopn. i K to 7r —Robert Griffith. Dem . AFSocJate J .lunge. Greenock; William Curtin. Hep | Associate Judge. I,eon : Mnrgau Webb. ' Dem.. cterk. Friendship; Virginia Curtin Rer*„ Clerk. Leon. The a*>ore have been notified to appear st the Sunervirors’ office to swear in on Tuesday. September ‘JO, 1922. Be ©r>*er of THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF ELECTIONS FOR ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY. Ml*. CLINTON S. SHAW. Clerk. PROPOSALS Bids will be reeeivtd by the city clerk ’’■’til 12 o'clock noon. Moada' 1 September ii. to extend the terra-cottii sewer on Sonthgs*e Iti>"" IS-hclil J2O l*nesr feer. more or Irs. Tho right Is reserved to re ject atv aod all bids. For further information, apnlr to \V. jH VAN KANT. 523 City Commissioner. PROPOSALS Bids will be received liy the city clerk "Util 12 o'clock m>ou. Monday. September 25. for laving 120 linear fee*, more or less, of concrete enrb and gutter on Southgate Avenue. Tim right is reserved to reject nnv or all bids. For further U formation, apply to W. H. VANBANT. '23 City Commissioner. mortgagee s sale —OF— VALUABLE REAL ESTATE Situate an West street Extended. >" ,h * Village of Germantown. Second Wet Don District of Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Under and by virtue of a power of aale contained In a mortgage from J. I aul Mediord and wife, .lated the 3t*tli day of August. 1921. recorded among the Land Records or Anne Arundel eottnly in Liber W N W No. 49. folio 54. I "ill offer at public sate nt the Court House door, An napolis. Maryland, on Tuesday. October 10, 1922, At 11 o'clock A. M., the following property: I \n that lot of ground situate on the southwest side of West street extended in the village of Goimantown. Second Eh. tlon District of Anne Arundel County Marvlujid. with a frontage tlm/eon of *w> feet*anti a uniform depth of 141.10 feet, improved by a new six room bungalow, with bath, cement cellar hot water K , '“ r hot and cold water and electric lights Doing the same property which was con veved to the said J. Paul Medford and wife by William Hambrock and wife, by deed dated May IN. 11*21. recorded among the aforesaid Lnml Records in Liber " N. W. No. 41. folio 188 , , . Subject to a first mortgage held by The j Aunapolis ami Kastport Building Associa ! tiou. i TERMS OF SALE:—A deposit of S3OO will be required of the purchaser or pur chasers on the day of sale. The balance, together with interest thereon at the rate -* „• to *> p- ’ * **• ratification of the sale by the Court. t axea to oe adjusted to the day of sate. Ft r further particulars, apply to WINSON G. GOTT. Attorney named m Mortgage. ! WILLIAM H. MOSS. Auctioneer. ORDER NISI In the Matter of the Sale of the Mort gaged Real Estate of Eliza Dobson, Deceased. No. 4552 Equity. In the Circuit Court for Anne Arundel Co. Ordered, this Jfith day of August. 1922. that the Report and Account of the Audi tor. filed this day ill the above entitled cause, be ratified and confirmed, unless cause to the contrary thereof lie shown on or before the 27th DAY OF SEPTEMBER. NEXT; ■ Provided, a copy of this order be inserted In some newspaper published in Anne ■ Arundel county, once in each of three su< - eessive weeks before the 27th day of Sep tember, next. WM. X. WOODWARD, Clerk, j True Copy, Test: i WM. N. WOODWARD. Clerk. : Hyde Brothers Plumb * n g ? nd Htain g 129 MARKET STREET PHONE 169 J. PROMPT SERVICE! TELEPHONE A43-M. JOB WORK A. W. PHILLIPS Contractor and Builder 1 1 1 "■ STEEL GARAGES, *150.00 UP Shop: 149 Gloucester St., Annapolis, Md FOR SALE it Dwelling State St., 7 rooms. 11 bath, electric lights *4250 Bungalow. Homewood. 6 rooms including hath; electric lights, heating. i. Bungalow evern Ave., G rooms. * olectrlc light, pipcless furnace.*s2oo Bungalow West Annapolis. - Dwelling 8 rooms, bath, electric lights on Duke of Gloucester St * I Ilia Three dwellings Cathedral St. e B.J. WIEGARD j REAL ESTATE A INSURANCE .319 21 School St. :: W. B. & A. Electric Railroad MID-CITY TERMINALS HBlf-nourly Service Morning and Evening Between Annapolis, Baltimore and Washington and Camp Meade (Washington and Camp Meade '• passenger* change at Naval Academy Junction.) LEAVE ANNAPOLIS West Street Station r 5.10. xSAO, (5.20. xfIUJO. x 7.50. 8 20. 9.20 10.20. 11.20, A. M.. 12 20. 1.20. 2.20. 3.20 4.20. x 4.50. 5.20, 0.20, 7.00. 8.2(1, 10.20 11.20. P. M Leave Naval Academy Gate 10 ininntet <• earlier; State Houae Station. Bladen Street and College Aveune, seven (7) i nalnutea earlier. Connecting at Odenton with P. R. R. ANNAPOLIS SHORT LINE DIV. p Bladen Street Station 0.20 A. 11. and balf-hourly thereafter at 20 and 00 minutes after each hour until r 8 50 P. M.. then at 7.50. 850. 9,50, 10.50 and 11.50 P. &I. 5.20 and 5.50 A. M. trains daily except Sunday. LEAVE BALTIMORE—W., n. A A. 8.35. 7 35, 8.35. 9.35. 10.35, 11.35. A. M 12.35. 1.35. 2.35. 3.35, xO6, 4.33. x5.U5 5.35, 8.35, 7.35. 9.30. 1136. P. M.. 12 35 A. M. ■ All trains receive or discharge passengers at local points between anndpoita *uu Naval Academy Junction and at Ship 5 ley and Llnthlcnm on signal. ANNAPOLIS SHORT LINE DIV. Howard and Lombard Sts. 5A5 A. M. and balf-hourly thereafter at 15 r j and 45 minutes after each hour until 4*. Mj, then at 7,15. 8.15. 9.15. 10.15 11.10, P. M., and 12.15. A. M. •“‘I **.ls A. M. trains daily except 5 Sunday. : ! , LEAVE WASHNGTON 8.00 A45. BJIO. 9.00. 10 00, 11.00 A. M., 1200 100. 2.00, 3.00. x3..m 4.f0, x4.3(i 500’ 8.00. 7 00. 9 00. 11.00 I*. M. 12 10 A- V * —Daily except Sunday. • - i For . I t *i o * l Information apply at ©nr H £7,. t i t ; ket °® w#: Strwt Station ! sSs- E. O. LEAGUE ROOFING •grating, Bbeat Motal and Slat* Wars t t ITOTM AND riUWACIt INST6LLRJ AND KIPAISBU PHONE TSI-W ♦ _ I CLASSIFIED ADS 1 r- FOB BAI.R FOR SALK 1 m; . ~ L. H. Thouipsuii, ;i,. \\ „ '• t-iy t., FOR ** \l t son sewing mu. ;n,„ with everything u Price *2O. Apply .1 N 7 N. FtK md: i;. -.| i ~ refrigerator .imi other - Apply 275 Weat stt,-, • * :* I t*R >\ 1 t No. t. seven r.-oli ii.. . and lumber. Apj.h ; , , PON SALK Wind hand-id<-ked apples 1 7| . • , piars. basket, in, . S a, , *•- Apply l.to a H_, \ Tdephtme 137.1. Ft* It SALE 11*21 n„x excellent comliiion. i - over. ■* u FOR SALE Fre i |>, ~ ; any wururotn-. .ir tbreeliirge pb tures i . ~ FOR SALK llouv, i„_ , Apply at real FOR SALE Dwelling 7 electric lights: at sp.i \,, ~ p Waterfront an i 21 School -ntrcet I'lc ... , PON *\t l O roadster; 1920 nuMlet. \ r kins. ''T FOU BENT tun KENT—St terua room wat erf rout apartim-m . us... 1. , provemeiits: hot wat. r i d Mrs. L !'. O'Donnell, i 45. FOR KENT l*w< Market street. Apply )l ,| \\ Real Estate ami liixumh, i street. •OH KENT—Rooms. No Murrav :i\. tine. Phone Niks It. FOR RENT Dwelling garage; near We *m s t'reek p j Wlegar.l. 21 School street , , FOR KENT -At Bouchers tb> s’,., Kastport. five-room bungalow win, try. kitchen and bath. 2tXtio.it wan, front; $lO |ter month. T K llairUoi. 2;t West street, or ltoin hei s Point roK rent a t Blue Lantern. 211 King George ,;i„. PQN NXNI or four rooms ami hath; licit unit . i„ triclty; Scverna Park, tlins- nilimti-s i. Short Line. For particulais, apply n,. v 38, Capita) office. (.'ll FOR KENT Two rot mis. as suite ur m bedrooms; Prince George street. i„ ir Carvel llall; use of bath. Phone .v,i it •2S FOR RENT Two or I rooms; inodern conveniences. Must ,], sirable location; near Academy. I’banr 535-M. si: FOR RENT Furnished, two rooms ~n State Circle, with private hath. I’bmie 151 i. H FOR KENT High located; steam heat. Phone 27 5 .1. t*• 1 1 F(* K REN t-Furnished eottrre Severn for winter niontlis, mile frnm Annapolis Short Lin*; I heatltiK plant, reaaonahle' rent. PI me Severn* 48. 917 2.' FOR KENT -Furnished house, trom ti ts ber 1 to June 1; Severna I'ark. i.*r looklng Kevorii River, three lulnutr, from station, 15 minutes from Aimin', lls. Call Severna 1. •&> WANTED WANTED Ex perlenced plain sewing iy the day. Apply \*y**' 211 Prince George. WANTED Piano pupils. Mis. IMwaril i Gantt, 10.5 Conduit street. WANTED Woman for g nci il lean.- work. Mrs. P. Miller. W Main strs; WANTED Dining dltlon ; inauog.iiiv pu l. m-. Apple 44, Capital office. II ANTED oral limsework. Apply ti Mi 'tin * • re* T t *U N \ N I * 1* TO It I V i Yearly lea *e Must '• in >est i at.d first-class condition. P*ine WANTED Saleslady ©need. Apply The Leader. 51 West s POSITION WANTED t POSITION WANTED | incr. with hel| . wish-* position wn* lug manager. Box 43. Uapßid "Hi'• I ! DIED i WILSON On September 19 ' at her lute residence at I'r;*'inlsli:; . ■’; a lingering lllue-y. MRS .11 Ll.t " ’ i SON. aged s:: years. wlthw Julius Wilson, and daugi ’ 1 I>r. Benjamin Carr. M.VA' On ScpfelllteT 19. at ' ■ - lr*r |#ar*tits. Igleliart Station A- •’ HANNAH VIRGINIA MA' ‘ months. 21 days. Infant <• i and Mrs. Andrew May. Ftaifrsl Wednesda - . aft"-' ! o'clock from late residem-i 1 in Cedar Bluff cemetery. _ E. H. PICKERING Photographic Portraiture •j . , —and Commercial Photography j2B STATE CIRC LE. ;>73 f ‘ ****, Palmer Engine BENJ. E. SARLES agent j Phono &01-M Aaalfi^^.