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j| Social and Personal IT •jiic ♦. Nurprts* ... Hciusley in N. V. Sun.) would come like the . r iii-•< in the legend, i. )i on a charger—that’s (iui:c out of date; , ,jr . !ii' a big yellow high powered racer v j r iiring *on high" up the grade from the gate, r the way to a neighboring !j( j ,v ,■ should meet —and our hi.yrts know their fate. ~ 11. ;;!d suppose it would ever be Dickie Whod make my heart heat so and 'round like this? v lii ■ and I played together in i ,n r iw ! remember old Dickie’s . ,1 now, all .it once, we discover wide lovers. t isn't it funny? llut Isn’t it t|r. WiKon\ firil Kecepllwn Mr Hitu . i’>. Wilson, wife of the Superi’iti luD nt of the Naval Academy, ! 1...r first "at home” of the ■At Wednesday, October 4, f',l t p <!. Mrs. Wilson will receive • winti ron ihc first Wednesdays In the mi ill til. Hrotering lioni o|M*m||m Mri \ K. Martak, 99 Chester ao'iiin-, Kistport. is a patient at the pit i. where she is re pn it! It m a serious operation. d|>.. Hurley Returning Tu Oklahoma Mr i’.:tri(k J. Hurley and her dii. I’ ricia, who have been the tin- ‘ Mrs Hurley's parents, Ad ).il aml Mr Henry It. Wilson, for ii weeks, will return to their home Till ;i. <>k’a . tomorrow, j Mtitlft (tingra Dilations id Mrs It. It. Foster, of 248 i’rinie tlrorgo street, are receiving i atul.tiions on tin birth of a son, ii ir ‘.m s. born last night at the Km rgetiey Hospital. Mr. Foster is iactor in English at the Naval Auiderny. J T Callander is stopping at the mu m rat ford Hotel in Philadel- i < uc't \| Iful.ind I’mk Dance !’!i.ahctli King daughter of and Mrs. Ernest King, is a o: Mss Martha Rawlins, of in I Park. Baltimore, whose par 'd V.rjj. i.ouis Rawlins, will i ■* dam t> thi evening In com pit* '■ i and to their son, MidsMp- I •* 1 dv..ml Rawlins. Other mid ' tin a w'ao will be present are: a Riidwin, Karl Hensel, Jen -1 o How. Arthur Thompson, Vim Hunt. Alfred Bolton, iim;am. Hamilton Dugan, ■ day, Paul Weaver,Thomas ‘ • Harmon Dell and William Mr and Mrs. George E. will give a buffet supper banco in honor of their Miss M, Eugenia Simmonds, 1 '1 and Mrs. William Scarlett 1 - vo a dinner in honor of >' . i' daughter, Miss Helen i later take their guests tfl the i^noe. > p.p is spending a few 1 aiagtan. where he is a Me-: at ;he Lee House. <’H*v| \t Dinner Dance Mtddendorf. one of this ' i' ' )more debutantes, who is in Annapolis, will be u<s;s this evening at the • Mr. and Mrs. William of Guilford, before the jU" in Roland Park. FAIRLEA farm inn • tMnc Sanriv Heacb. * \\ ntiles. Sea Food a specialty. (\n ‘I Through South River ** from South River Bridge. * ho made by telephoning _ * between 7 P. M. and 9 A. M E H. PICKERING 1 hotographic Portraiture and Commercial Photography a ~ '' l < IHM.K, PHONE 973-J. Shady Oaks Inn idmut that chicken or sea -.iki- up tiiat party you’ve • a *d have a dance on a M,tv < . H. WAt.NER b ßeeze inn V ' Vl'Ol lS BOULETARD 20 Minutes Out w U N, CH and TEA itone : Aruiigvr. a-F-U. I Returns I’rum Surgical Convention t Lieut. Sherman B. Forbes, U. S. N., (M. C.) has returned to the Naval s Hoapital from 10-days’ leave, during which time he attended the Mayo Brothers Surgical Clinic at Rochester. Minn , and the convention of the eye, ear > throat and'nose surgeons, held in Minneapolis. Clo*.e Slimmer . Home On Severn Dr. James Burch Joyce and family have opened their apartment. 602 Uni . ven-lty Parkway. Baltimore, after spending the summer on the Severn ! river. Bishop Of Marj land Traveling In Canada , Right Rev. John Gardner Murray, D. I).. Bishop of Maryland, and Mrs. Murray are returning from Portland, Ore., where they attended the conven tion of the Episcopal Church, byway of the Canadian Rockies, and will stop at many places of interest. Mrs. John \V. Popham, of West An napolis, a patient at the Emergency Hospital for the past week, is improv ing. Mrs. Marshall Winchester, of Balti more, was the guest of her niece, Mrs. J. ('. Joyce, of Prince George street, j early In the week. ! Back From Summer j ln Europe Prof. Howard McCormick arrived in New York yesterday from Europe, where he spent the summer travelling. I Mrs. McCormick will remain abroad ! with her sister. Miss Letty Houston, for another month. ('apt. And Mrs. Trench Going To Philadelphia Captain Martin M. Trench, who has been ordered to relieve Captain John Fore Hines as captain of the League Island Navy Yard, will take up his new duties about the middle of Octo ber. and expects to join Mrs. Trench here for a fortnight’s leave on giving up command of the “North Dakota." Mrs. J. W Reynolds, of St. Mar garet's, went to Pikesville yesterday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Beulah Bauer Hepner. i To Address Eastern Shore Club Professor S. S. Handy, of St. John's College, has been invited to address the Men’s Community Club of Easton on October 26. Slipper Party Last Night Lieut.-Commander and Mrs. E. H. Connor, of 20 Southgate avenue, were hosts at a buffet supper last night, afterwards taking their guests on to the officers’ informal dance at the Naval Academy Officers’ Mess. Subscription Card Party Tonight The fourth of the series of card parties being given at the Knights of Columbus clubhouse on Thursday evenings will take place tonight. In addition to prizes for each individual party, players also compete for the big prize, which will be awarded to the winner of the series. Bridge Luncheon Yesterday Miss Margaret Martin, who enter tained at a bridge luncheon yesterday, had as her guests Mrs. Stephen Doug lass, Mrs. Jerry Smith, Mrs. Clarence M. White, Mrs. Albert Leffler. Mrs. Horace Fenton. Mrs. Clifton Moss and Mrs. Albert Noble. Prizes were won by Mrs. Noble and Mrs. Douglass. Commodore And Airs, Underwood Back Commodore and Mrs. E. B. Under wood returned yesterday from Yoke Pond. Maine, where they have been for the past six weeks, and are estab i lished in the Brice House wing at the i corner of Prince George and East streets for the winter. To Take Cruise Of Mediterranean Captain and Mrs. Ennalls Wagga -1 man. of Washington, formerly of city, will sail February 3 for a tour of the Mediterranean and a visit iu, Europe. They will be gone about three months. Killtfhat Cold With QUININE FOR AND Colds, Coughs La Grippe Neglected Colds are Dangerous Talc* no chances. Keep this standard remedy handy for the first sneer*. Breaks cp a cold in 24 hours Relieves 1 Grippe in 3 days—Excellent for Headache Quinine in this form does not affect the head—Cascara is bee: Tonic Laxative—No Opiate in Hill’s. ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT the EVENING CAPITAL, ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER ZS. 1922 To Winter : In Haiti Mrs. Harry Lane and her young son have come from Virginia and are at the Peggy Stewart House for a stay of several weeks. They will sail for Port-au-Prince, Haiti, where Dr. Lane - is staiioued. the latter part of Octo ber, Professor and Mrs. C. L. Leiper re j turned la6t week from New Found ~ j Lake, N. H., where they spent the 1 summer. s o Edward Lloyd returned to New ', York last night after a few days’ visit , to his parents. a— To Make Debut In Washington *,• Miss Catherine Radcliffe, of Cardiff, Wales, who will be presented to ' Washington society this winter by Rear-Admiral and Mrs. John K. Robi r son, is well-known in Annapolis. 1 where she frequently visited Lieut.- Commander and Mrs. Frank E. John son last winter. She is a sister of Mrs. \V J. C. Agnew, whose husband is a lieutenant in the Medical Corps. ’ AMUNDSEN WILL CARRY * FIRST MAIL IN FLIGHT BY ; PLANE OVER NORTH POLE M Uly The Aoorintrd Press.) SEATTLE. WASH.. Sept. 28.—One r of the most spectacular chapters in the annalH of postal delivery may be written Captain Ronald Amundsen, famous Norwegian ex plorer, wings his way across the top of the world in his proposed attempt to fly an airplane from the tip of Alaska to northernmost Europe via the North Pole. With him in his monoplane will ride a mail sack con taining letters written by Nome resi t dents for delivery to friends in Europe. If weather conditions had not I forced a postponement of the flight until next year, these letters might have reached their destination a week ahead of the time required to make delivery by the established routes. As it is, arriving perhaps more than a year later, they will have a priceless historical value to their recipients, who will doubtless follow the affairs , of their explorer-postman with inten sified interest. According to a report by Postmas-j ter Walsh, of Nome, to local postal of i lieials, the letters were written when I Capt. Amundsen was about to depart from the mining camp on his way to Wainwright, 100 miles southwest of Point Barrow, where he will winter awaiting favorable conditions for his proposed flight. HELPED HIS BACK Backache, rheumatic pains,' dizzi ness and blurred vision are symptoms of cough medicines, but never want a bad back,” writes Mrs. M. McCul lough, Easton, Pa. “When he sat , down he could hardly get up and then he would be drawn over to one side. ! He tried Foley Kidney Pills and they cured him.” Foley Kidney Pills quick ly relieve kidney and bladder trou ble.—(Adv.) From the off again, on again, gone again nature c.f the Baker-McCormick ; nuptials one might suppose the train had a Finnegan complex.—Baltimore Evening Sun. . /■ l— "i. . ■.j r-v Young Womens Christian Association “I am come that they might have life and that they might have It more abundantly.” — ~ RUSSIAN WOMAN OF HIGH BIRTH UNDAUNTED BY POVERTY Would Not Go KaciVfro Life Of Ease And Luxury If She Had Oppor tunity. No Longer A Parasite, She Says. If Soviet rule had robbed you of all your wealth, jewels, and position, would you, struggling in poverty to keep alive, rejoice that your eyes had been opened? Such is the unquench able spirit of the wife of a foreign of ficer of high rank in the Imperial Army in Russia now studying for self support in the Young Women’s Chris tian Association in Beirut. "1 would not go back if I could." she recently said to Miss Lettie Brown. “Now I know what life is. for I have lived it. 1 am no longer a , parasite. What were idle pastimes once to me I now use ‘to keep my life and that of my husband.' FTom child hood I had wealth and servants for every whim. When I changed my boots it never occurred to me that I could unbutton them myself. My maid was my maid. I was always kind but I never thought of her as a | person with real thoughts and fears. ! Now I know that she was just the i same sort of person as I my self.” For the assistance of the thousands of Russians who have sought refuge in Beirut, classes where trades and professions may be studied for self ; support are among the activities of | this Smyrna branch. Miss Brown, who sailed last spring to join the i Beirut staff is front Cleveland j Heights. Ohio. LITTLE RESENTMENT AGAINST QUOTA LAWS IN EUROPE jOiir Deportation Cases Cause Not A Ripple In Europe. Says Miss Elizabeth Clark (Tur deportation cases due to out quota laws apparently do not receive the attention in Europe" that we give them here. According to .Miss Eliza beth Clark, who for nearly a year has been closely in touch with migrat ing conditions in Central Europe, in dividual cases have not given rise to any pronounced feeling of resentment abroad. "Nowhere did I encounter any bit terness concerning the workings of our Dillingham Act,” said Miss Clark yesterday. “Nowhere was I made to feel uncomfortable because of it. Eu rope is very philosophical. Compared to a whole nation suffering, individ- Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic Invigorates, Purifies and Enriches the Blood. 60c [typewriters All makes Sold, Rented, Ex changed, Repaired and Rebuilt. 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 Standard Typewriters right in An napolis, and gladly refer you to any of our users. We can furnish any make model, size or style and guarantee com plete satisfaction. Our Mr. Wilson will be in An napolis one day every week—leave message for him, care Evening Capital, or communicate direct with us. 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Due j to government action, particularly in the countries of Central Europe, con ditions are improving, she says. "Ellis Island should begin to feel | in the comparatively near futirre the gradual effect of the new laws which Central European governments are now at work formulating for the pro tection of their migrating people," continued Miss Clark. “Provision is being made to insure redress from mi crpDnvln”c, BtoiPKiijn flwftntq vr ho in 1 New Prest-O-Lite Prices Packed 8 I by Our Old Reliable Service j E There’s the combination that and winter at amazingly low sums up the lowest battery cost. cost. If your battery pulse is , * ... . - . . . , , Maybe your old battery has teeble, bring it around and ' , ... , we’ll bring it to life if it’s . . f A ’ your price for the best all around, all weather battery If you need a new battery, is so much lower. Come and our new Prest-O-Lite prices investigate our system of will set you right for the fall lower battery costs. I ; 1 _ • | PRESTO-O-LITE BATTERY SERVICE J. J. BAXA 267 WEST STREET PHONE 312-J (NEW LOCATION) jduee them to embark for America | when there is no chance at entry here. Efforts are also he ins made to. •sain some assurance of reaching the | country for which they start before ithey dispose of their worldly belnng j mgs and uproot their lives in a vain j attempt to begin life anew elsewhere. "Thanks to these newly iinugorat |ed laws affecting the situation here |as well as in Europe, machinery h : getting Into motion to better the sit uation." Miss Clark added that the Association's international reports of actual conditions based on the Y. \V C. A. Immigration work in eighteen countries have proven a great val.iy HOLLY BEACH FARM PHONE 1807-Fl2 PURE Jersey Milk RICH j Let Us Leave You Trial Eottle FREE TOMORROW M J to governmental officials, bringing to their attention first-hand and unbias ed information. "Around the Globe Safely" might well be the slogan under which girls sailing from ports from Australia. New Zi aland. Quot.ec, South America, sail. Tin so are only a few of the countries in which the Immigration Service affords young, unprotected girls and women the same personal assistance given by their representa tives at Ellis Island. Miss Clark, who will now make her headquarters at the National Board of the Young Women's Christian Asso clations, is from Springfield, Mass.