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MARINES DEFEATED BY
MT. WASHINGTON TEAM
Playing their first regular game of
the Reaeon Saturday afternoon, the
football tenin of United States Ma
rines attached to duty at the Naval
Academy were defeated by the eleven
of Mount Washington Club, of Balti
more. by a score of 12 to 0. The
contest was staged on the field of the
Baltimoreans.
Towers, for Mount Washington, was
the individual star of the game, mak
ing three long runs of CO, 55 and 50
yards, respectively. The last of these
came in the final two minutes of play
and counted the second and final
touchdown for his team. Ititte also
made a long run for the Hillmcn.
tearing off 35 yards around the Marine
right end, hut the latter tightened
their line and prevented a score.
Mount Washington missed an ex
cellent chance to Bcore in the earl}
part of the second quarter when t’ap
tain Ifeiskeli recovered a fumble oi
the 25-yard line and advanced the but
to the five-yard mark, but his oppon
cuts dug their toes in and the victon
lost the ball on downs. Nutneroui
substitutions were made during th<
gam*;, practically every man on tin
Mouat Washington squad getting inti
the {ame at some stage. In defensivi
work Bell und Miller excelled.
The line-up:
Mt. Washington Marine.
Sullivan L.E Jacobchll
Bell L.T. . (c) Humph re
Cary L.Q Hensle'
Kpplnr C W. Jones
Cordon It.G. . Hcrgenroether
Heiskcll (c). ~.U. r V. Jotie:<
Cullis R.E Large:
Tippet Q B Zieglei
Van Doren R.H. Tack
lingers L.H Nolan
Towers F.B Zuelr.ke
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' THE FRIENDLY PATH
5 ,
t By WALTER I. ROBINSON J
5 '
5 UQOMKONR must do it.” J
* This is a good thought 0
0 to rPiiicinher when one finds him- J
J self hunlcned with public service *
0 or other work for the benefit or * t
* happiness of his fellows. Though *
0 It may he exceedingly disconcert- \
J Ing to realize that one Is sacrl- *
t flelng considerable through de- *
J voting much of his time to civic *
. t or phllnntliroplc service which #
* he should devote to his own bust- *
0 ness or profession, he should rec- t
J ogulre that there Is likely to *
0 come to him the pleasure of p
J great satisfaction In the amount J
0 of good he does.,. p
p This Is the |M>sltlon assumed J
J by one of the most public splr- 0
0 Ited men we have ever known. J
J Tear in and year out for a *
p quarter of a century tills man J
J bus given n large proportion of *
0 his time to the work of forinulat- [
*, Ing plans for a great park sys- J
0 tern, and In order to make a big 0
* city a more desirable place J
0 In which to live. Not being 0
0 wealthy, the man Is virtually de- \
0 pendent on the Income from his 0
p profession.
J Only recently It was our prlv- *
p liege to notify him that he had \
\!> Just had a new Job added to his J
J many tasks by being appointed $
0 a member of an important com- *
* mlttee. He smiled one of his de- #
* lightful smiles which told of the J
\ big heart within his breast and 0
0 declared: *
\ "That’s fine. But, by Jove, *
* don’t you know I shouldn’t mind *
\ If I’d get an appointment now *
* and then which would moon a *
) few five spots. Yet someone *
* must do It or these essential lm- *
0 provements won’t be done, so I *
* might ns well add a little more #
0 to my pack. Anyway no money J
, could compensate for the hnppt- t
( j‘ 0 ness which I experience when J
J I realize that I’ve helped even 0
0 tx little to make the city a better J
J ‘ J plabe In which to live."
J Let us keep tills sentiment \
0 fresh In our memories when the *
* call comes to neglect our own \
* affairs for the public good. If *
* we do, we’ll not only be better {
* able to do a mil service, but our *
J pleasure will exceed our regrets. #
p (© by the Wheeler Syndicate. Inc.) 0
; ~ *
We may not be able to take the
credit for winning the war. hut we
.gave credit with which the war was
Von. -Asheville Times.
A CLEAR COMPIfXHM
Ruddy Checks—Sparkling Eyes
- —Most Women Can Have
Says Dr. Edwards, a Well-Known
Ohio Physician
Dr. F. M. Edwards tor 17 years treated
Scores of women for liver and how-el ail
ments. During these years he gave to
his patients a prescription made of a ,
lew well-known vegetable ingredients
mixed with olive oil. naming them
Dr. Edwards’ Olive Tablets. You will
know them by their olive color.
These tablets are w ondqr-workers on
the liver and bowels, which cause a nor
mal action, carrying off the waste and
poisonous matter in one’s system.
If you have a pale face, sallow look,
dull eyes* pimples, coated tongue, head
aches, a listless, no-good feeling, all out
< bowels, you take one
of Dr. Edwards’ Olive Tablets nightly
-rL tune anc * no * e Pleasing results.
Thousands of women and men take
Pr. Edwards’ Olive Tablets—the suc
cessful substitute for calomel -now and I
then just to keep them ht. 15c and 30c. 1
I
FIGHTING TO IBOLISH 1
VIVISECTION UWS
n*y The AtMeliM Freaa.)
WASHINGTON, Oct. 9. — American
anti-vivisection forces have announc
ed the reinforcing of their cause aim
ed at adoption of laws abolishing the
practice. Dr. Walter R Hadwen,
head of the British Union for the
Abolition of Vivisection, has been en
gaged and is making a speaking tour
of the country opposing vivisection.
Dr. Hadwen opened a tour of the
western States last month In Chicago
Minneapolis, St. Paul and othei
cities, going then to California, wher*
he will aid the campaign for the pas
sage of an anti-vivisection amendment
to the State constitution. Sentiment
' strong in California for such a
measure, according to officials of anti
vivisection societies, despite the de
feat of a similar bill two years ago
After a month's work in California
Dr. Hadwen will visit eastern cities.
Advocates of the practice, who be-
Meve in its value to the human race
and to the medical sciences, did not
liscuss the question publicly with
him. it was said, when he visited this
rountry several years ago. He is
making the present visit in answer to
hose proponents of vivisection who
challenged Ills right to speak? for op
xments.
The doctor was formerly a believer
n ,vivisection, it said, as well as
acciuation and inoculation.
A TWICE-TOLD TALE
One Of Interest To Our Ifeuders
Good news bears repeating, and
vhen it is confirmed after a long lapse
if time, even if we hesitated to be
.ieve it at the first hearing, we feel
lecure in accepting the truth now.
The following experience of an Anna
,iolis woman is confirmed after four
.-ears.
Mrs. Mary I. Nelson, 39 Holland St..
tave the following statement August
i 2, 1916: "While moving, about four
/ears ago, I had a severe case of kid
ney trouble. I think I got it by walk
ing up und down the steps so often. I
had terrible pains across the small of
•ny back, so severe that I couldn’t do
iny work. My feet swelled up and my
sight blurred. My eyes pained some
thing awful. My kidneys didn’t act
right and caused a lot of annoyance.
Mornings I felt more tired than w-hen
I went to bed. I tried many different
tinds of medicines with no effect. A
number of friends told me of Doan’s
Kidney Pills and I bought some at
Smith’s Drug Store After using half
if a box, I saw a great change. All
old, I used about six boxes and now
im almost immune from kidney
rouble.”
On February 9. 1921, Mrs. Nelson
idded: “I will always recommend
loan’s Kidney Pills for what they
lave done for me. If I have the least
ilgn of kidney trouble now, a short
ise of Doan’s Is sure to give me re
ief.”
60e. at all dealers. Foster-Mlllburn
’o., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. —(Adv.)
A LINE 0’ CHEER 0
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J By John Kendrick Bangs. . *
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* THE BATTLE 0
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0 rp HE battle may be hard, my p
* JL friend, 0
With complications without *
t end.
* But there's no Joy in victories J
0 Won from a field of pillowed ease, p
* And all the mellowness of life 0
t Hath come from overcoming strife, *
0 And hewing to the line until J
t We've wrested peace from press- t
0 ing ill. p
* (©by McClure Newspaper Syndicate.) 0
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The doctors ,who tell us to be care
ul about eating when unhappy should
revise the restaurant prices.—.Wasli
ngton Post.
E. H. PICKERING
Photographic Portraiture'
and
Commercial Photography
STATE CIRCLE. PHONE 871-J.
rmwmnßuuiiiM m innaa
TAXI? I
CALL 77
1 City Transfer Co.
MILK! ]
One trial of our Grade A
Guernsey raw milk produced
under highly sanitary condi
tions. will convince you of its
superior quality; 16c per quarL
Special Milk for Babies
Pleasant Plains Dairy
Phone IRIS-F-IS. 1
J. n. IIAKKIS ... Prop. |
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THE EVENING CAPITAL, ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND. MONDAY. OCTOBER 9. 1922.
[navy PILES UP
SCORE IN FIRST
GRIDIRON GAME
(CwlliMd Ftm Ppga u
work of the Middies was the manner
In which they reeled off forward
passes for great gains. Time and
again Conroy and Barchet tossed them
to Taylor, Parr or Hughes. The shots
were swift, the aim deadly and niariy
were successfully completed. Also
the Navy lads worked the old time
double pass with either end running
around from his position and’‘carry
ing the ball, with telling effect. In
the tries for point after touchdowns,
the Middies essayed placement .goals
from scrimmage, but in this they had
only fair success. ? Five of the 11 at
tempts went true mid Captain Cwn
roy's toe was responsible for 3 of
‘hese. But conditions were adverse
for kicking, because of the soggy turf
and wet ball, as heavy showers pre
vailed until after noon.
Summary:
Western Res. Pos. Navy
Wahl LE Parr!
Whittington L.T Levenskyj
Smith L.(j Lentz
Ertle C Matthews
Krewson (capt.).R.G Carney
Ruedy ...RT -Holies
Templcman RE Taylor
Davis QB...Conroy (Capt.l
Rudolph L.H Cullen
Greenfield —,.11.H.. McKee
Garber F.B Barchet
£core Ly periods:
. Navy 26 27 6 12—71
l Western Res. 0 0 0 0— 0
j -
Substitutions—Navy, E. E. Taylor
for Parr. Hudgins for Levensky.
Winkjer for Lontz, Hudgins for Car*-
uey, Shewell for Bolles, Bolles for
Shewell, Bernstein for Bolles, Wood
side for W. S. Taylor, Shapley for
Cullem. Flippen for McKee, Flaherty
for Flippen, Norris for Barchet,
Hughes for Norris; Western Reserves,
Hubble for Ertle, Herscher for Hub
ble, Smith for Krewson, Geraci for
Templeman, Tenipleman for Geraci,
Whitney for Rudolph, Bishop for Gar
ter. Navy scoring—Touchdowns,
Conroy (3), Norris (2), Parr (2).
Hughes (2), Taylor, Woodside. Goals
from touchdown —Conroy, 4 out of 7;
Barchet, 1; Flaherty missed 2, Nor
ris missed 1. Referee—Cosgrove, Cor
nell. Umpire—Tyler, Princeton. Head
linesman—Bennis, University of Penn
sylvania. Time of periods—Two of 15
minutes each and two of 12 minutes.
TO SHOW PICTURES OF
HIGHWAY DEDICATION
Moving pictures of the dedication of
the Robert Crain Highway will he
shown at the Republic Theatre tomor
row and Wednesday nights. The
dedication took pjace on September
30 at Upper Marlboro and a number
of Annapolis people were present and
took part in the interesting cere
monies that were held in connection
with the event.
The Soviet Government has accom
plished one aim; it has perfected the
nationalization of poverty. Detroit
News.
I REPUBLIC THEATRE
H n
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
Matinee Tuesday and Wednesday, 2 and 4 P. M.
\ AT LAST §
rt H
You Can See It—The First Real Million Dollar Picture—
IT TOOK TWO YEARS TO MAKE—IT COST $1,104,000
CARL LAEMMLE I
Presents The Super |]
Jewel Production
: “Foolish Wives” II
f*j O
A Colossal Drama of Monte Carlo—the Magnificent
ti L n — s ** eer beauty—lavish magnificence luxurious splendor that is !:
ri REAL beyond anything your wildest dreams ever brought you. The t i
one picture you positively must See. * g
Written, Directed by and Featuring VOX STROHEIM
B H “A Man You Will Lotc To Hate” H
ALL SEATS 35c
SPECIAL PICTURE! jj
r OF THE OPENING OF THE * I
j: "Marlboro Highway” 1
: Entirc program of the Dedication of the Baltimore-Southern \\
Maryland Boulevard. Marks the start of the construction of
the New Highway.” This interesting picture will be shown H
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY.
2 U
TODAY . *
Gloria Swanson & Elliott Dexter 8
IN
“Don’t Change Your Husband” *1
Added Attraction: PATHE NEWS
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’ * ? ' ’ 1.1ii:,,.], ■ i
American History
DAY BY DAY
By V. P. 6ma
OCTOBER •
Harvard College held its
first commencement on Octo
ber 9, 1642.
Yale College formally open
ed upon receiving its charter’
at Saybrook on October B.
1701.
„ American troops captured
Huamantla. In Cthe Mexican
War. on October 9, 1847.
. . Pennsylvania .territory raid
ed by Stuart’s cavalry on Oc- ,
tober 9, 1862.
Henry Ward 'first
• spoke in England on October
9, 1863.
Alaska formally transferred
by Russia to the United States
on October 9, 1867.
Americans broke through
German lines and cleared the
Argonne Wood on October 9,
1918.
fIECOHM[ND‘'MJUDHITr
VERDICT TO CONVICT
(By Th> Prtu.)
TALLAHASSEE. FLA., Oct. 9
Recommendation that the state’s legal
code Le amended so that “majority”
verdicts in both criminal and civil
cases would suffice, was contained in
the report of circuit judges who met
here at the call of Governor Cary A
Hardee, to formulate a proposed re
vision to tho legislature at its next
session.
The judges recommended that in
cases where a jury of 12 men is re
quired, the verdict of eleven be ac
cepted while in panels of six men, the
opinion of five should prevail. I’nder
the present state law, all except capi
tal cases are tried by juries of six
men.
Another recommendation deals with
present procedure under which a
judge is automatically disqualified in
a case where two electors sign affi
davits that ,he is prejudiced. The
judges suggested that the presiding
judge be allowed to sit in judgment
of himself in determining whether he
would be prejudiced if the allegations
set forth in the two affidavits were true.
As an effort to thwart the freeing of
law violators on technicalities, the
judges’ conference proposed that the
state be given the right of appeal
from the judgment of lower courts
where cases are dismissed on demur
rer, quashed indictments, or the like.
Both feed and care of 1,600,000 hens
giving no returns were saved in 1921.
reports to the United States Depart
ment Agriculture show, when farm
women, practicing for the first time
the methods of identifying nonlayers
demonstrated by agricultural exten
sion agents, culled these “loafers”
from their flocks.
Advertise In ,the Evening Capita*
FOR DEMOCRATIC
CLUB COMPOSED
OF YOUNG MEN
(CmllimJ Krem Page t.>
crease rapidly. Democrats young and
old. are invited to attend the forth
coming dinner. Those attending will
be expected to pay for their plate
which will bo $1.50.
The dinner. U is expected, will par
take of. the nature of a "get-together”
affair fcr young democracy. t of the
county and a tlanket invitation is ex
tended to those interested in their
party, as well as good government.
Members And Dinner ColiftDtee
Those who have signified their in
tention of becoming active members
of the organization, and who comprise
the committee charged with arrange
ments for the dinner on October 26,
are:
Annapolis—First Ward, Bernard
Brady, John Worthington, John C
Fell. Edgar T. Fell; Second Ward. R.
Geraci, Howard Thompson, Andrew
Kramer. F. Engelke. Dennis J. Thomp
son. W. L. Davidson, A. Z. Holly and
F. Damineyer; Third Ward. George E.
Rullman. Roland Shipley, W. F.
Stromeyer, B. C. Fooks, George
Woelfel; Fourth Ward, Charles
Gesner.
* First Distrtct-*C. M. Duckett and
George Beall; Davidsonville; D. W
Bras hears, Mayo.
Second District —Fordon Valiant, E
von Schwerdtner, Clarence M. White |
Addison’ Hodges. Howard I
ton, T. jrarroll Worthington and U. R.
Proctori
Third District—George Davidson,
William Davidson. Orlando Itidout
and William Labrot.
Fourth District—Marvin Anderson,
Gordon Parlott, Melvin Stewart,
Lewis Kelly and Mr. Boyer.
Fifth District—Roy Pippin, W.
Stoll and Frank Revcll, Jr.
Eighth District Albert Wilson.
John F. Wilson, Thomas J. Hall and
Owen Sears.
That many farm loys who enroll
as club mombers In the production of
live stock and crops become success
ful farmers Is demonstrated in the
case of eight young men living in
Itaska County. Minn., who carried on
club demonstrations from three to
four years. According to a report
to the United Stafoff Department of
Agriculture four of thfem are now en
gaged in general farming, three or
Whom are growing certified potato
seed, one Is a dairy farmer, two are
students at Minnesota college of ag
riculture, and one~is studying for the
ministry.
ADVERTISING IN THE EVENING
CAPITAL BRINGS RESULTS.
CIRCLE ELU'SSiJig T O NIG HT I
II
other Attraction*: EXTRAORDINARY PROGRAM nut i>
K Aoo comedy MONTE BLUE and VULIA SWAYNE GORDON VVT
Q "SXAPHHOTS" IN
Of rn,ou. Movie s ,.r ß “My Old Kentucky Home”
~ 111 MAI Mi s A Story of'the Homely Sort hern Sentiment of Mother
p Tlt A VELA (.'OHM" Lovr with all the Mogul Itrence and Orandrur as M* it I '• m.l !•
*-* , only the Southern Spirit can he l'<.rtro.\e<l. f ontli,im.iik t„ | >,m
Coming; Wcdncsday-Thursday, “Doris May.” Friday - Saturday, Rudolph Valentine |
RAISING OF TURKEYS j
STEADILY DECLINES
Despite a steady increase in the 1
prices producers have received for
turkeys since 1915, production has
steadily decreased, according to tig-;
uros published by the United States 1
Department of Agriculture. The aver
age price received during the four
months October to January 1915-16 j
was 15c a pound. The average price
received during the corresponding
period in 1920-21 was 22c a pound. In '
1900 the census figures showed 6.394,-
695 turkeys cn farms in the Unite 1
! States, while in 1910 tliere were only
13.655.708, and in 1920 there were 3.-
627.028.
During the past six years the price
of turkeys has increased to the pro
ducers more than 100 per cent while
during the past twenty years tin num
ber of turkeys produced has decreas
ed about 50 per cent, the Department
states.
It is common knowledge that tur
keys are not easily * handled for by
nature they are wanderers and they
usually give considerable concern to
those whose duty it is to keep them
;u the home premises. The almost
unconquerable inclination of turkeys
to wander into the tields of neighbors
'lias often caused strained feelings and
! many owners of Hocks have abandon
; *d the business of raising turkeys on
tat account. Turkeys also are aer
-1 ion&ly ufllicted by a disease known as
blapkliuud which has caused heavy
losses/ ami in seme instances the
business has been given up entirely
for this reason.
HELD AS SLAYER
OF RECTOR AND
CHOIR SINGER
(Continued From I'are I.)
declared, he ran forward and struck
a match, then turning to Hayes, he ex
claimed :
"Great God, man, you made a mis
take”
The two then tied, according to the
statement.
Does Not Know Details
Schneider declared he did not know
Grove's
Tasteless
Chili Tonic
A Body Builder for Pale,
Delicate Children. 60c
I haw tiie throat of m
[or who h.ia la
j the tree, carefu
clothing. He declare]*;"'-"'Y h '' r !
i nor his companion ' r
! bodies and they n .
j love letters wi
which were st atu-rt >
| the crabapple tree
Detectives continue
j work on *: >
I they did not telW v, i
jing was fully ,
I Schneider's stater , •
..
Over 339.000 fa nr,, •
reports to the i t: t, ;
went of Agriculture
: gomes, principally
peas, velvet 1,,,..
| their cronping \ t,
i demonstration- ji.
in soU, Jmprovena : ,
agricWWnral-cxtem

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“ISLAND WIVES"
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mid CI.rUU,- Tii,, It, -i ri( , r **
WEDNESDAY
K|.Uii,lr No. i
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Thr W .-.tern i. ri .j-
PAULINE FREDERICK
“The Kind Of Women”
Tn-Ki-rl < ,imr<i v
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“WHY GIRLS
LEAVE HOME”
Tlirrr Is ;i rm.ieii
SAMUEL ¥. BltOUftS 1 111
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