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1884 k 1922 A NNA 1* O MS. MD. S-li..- f~-" * ■. -1- Publlshed I‘slly Ktp( Kuaday by THB CAPITAL FERLISttINO COM CANY the evening CAPITAL Is on sale at the following places: hoot** \Y. Jmioa 194 Main Riree* WUlljum fSi'lititf/t*... ...34 Wt H'reet Unorgi I. l>nvi 74 Maryland Are. ('bta. O. Feldweyer 04 Maryland Are. “Bte4drd Confectionery” King Georpr Nt. William A Cuthedr.il H:a, W. H A A. N’t*w*tand, Short Line Terminal M. Mil Nr ill Went Street N. Mat -Iris, 't hird A Korn Are.. East port Ur, Cli’riaa It. Henkel. . .29 Maryland Ave. Dell* rod In Auaupolls. Knot port. Cer man to vt • mid tVc*i Annapolis by carrier fit 4fi cent* j**r month. Ton i.jh have the EVENING CAPITAL mailed to you nh*u aw.ty from the city by 1m Ing > out i' a lor and address at the often, tnr 4.i cent. per month; *r..<si per rear, phrob'e In odvittn*. to arir postoOh e lb the vnlled Ktnte* or Canada. Khlered :il 1 its; ■< la I'oatidlN e u Sr 'ii. .i-i.'ii, * Haiii*.*, Member of 1 tie Anserlated Tress The Aa*oil trd Cri'ta la exclu sively euttllci l the use for re uuhlli utii n <d ad Dews credited to It or not nt hern le credited In this paper and also the local newa pulillabed herein. Alt rights of re • publication of special dis pel' ii f no .-In ore alao reserved. I WKDNBSIIAY. OCTOBER 18. 1922. Democratic Ticket For I'nllftl State* Senator WILLIAM CABELL BRUCE of Baltimore. Md. For Contrrt***, Flllli Hist riel CLARENCE M. ROBERTS Prince George's County, t rr- ■!::=.—_! -. A BOOK CASE FOB THE REFERENDUM In order that the memory <f the voters of Anne Arundel county may he refreshed as toi the three local laws upon which the referendum has iteen invok ed, and which will consequently l>t* on the official ballot this year, we respectfully invite their atten tion to the provisions of these laws as set forth in the publish- J ed advertisement thereof in this issue of the EVENING CAPI TAL. We refer especially to the county commissioner law, as that is of special interest to the whole county. W hat this bill really provides for is an amendment of the law passed at the Special Session of I the Legislature of 1901 by pre- j scribing that there shall he three county commissioners instead of seven, who shall be elected at the general election in November.! 192.3, and who shall serve fori terms of four years; that they shall receive an annual salary of | $1,000.00 each, and that they I shall meet both as a general board and as a road board once j in each week, and oftener if' deemed by them necessary to the, public interest. It is further pro-| vided that “it shall be the duty of each of said county cotnmis-l sioners to make earful inspec- ! tion of the road work in the sev-j eral districts of the county and to, thoroughly familiarize them-} selves with the same. The said j Board shall keep an accurate and 1 systematic audit oi the road and | bridge funds and accounts, which shall always he an open reeo, J of their office." There are other j provisions in the law directly in! the interest of efficiency and ; economy, notably the one that J puts a maximum limit of cigt cents for the road tax in any dis-l trict; whereas several of the dis-j tricts have rccentlv exceeded SI.OO. The law also provides for a county road engineer at a maxi mum salary of .3.500.00 a year, instead of a maximum of $?,00oj a year, and keeps around this office all the safeguards of the! former law, the special intent and; purpose of which was to assure a business-like administration of ! the roads and to make it as free as possible from political inter- j ference. When the fact is taken into 1 consideration that \nne Arundel) is the only county in the whole State which lias a Board of I County Commissioners of more 1 than five rttembers. and that most! of them have hut a three mem-i ber Board, it is obvious that the. lone position taken by this coun ty is contrary to what experience I has shown the other countie a sound form of government.! Kor instance. Baltimore countv having first had a three c.minis ! sioner Baord and then trying for several years a fne member Board, has only recently gone back to the original number. Likewise \llegany with a popu lation of over dP.lion. has a lnmrd of three commissioners. So have Carroll, Cecil, Dorchester, Kent. Queen Anne’s, Howard, St. Mary’s, Somerset. Talbot, Caro line and Garrett. The ones hav ing the five commissioner basis are Frederick, Harford. Mont gomery, Prince George. W icom ico and Worcester. Apait from the question of economy, as shown on the face of the present law, name ly. .S’.LOG a year for thn-e com missioners as against Si’?(Ki a year for seven commissioners,— th< re is hardly room for argu ment that three commissioners paid SI,OOO a year, and with their duties definitely prescribed and concentrated, would tend more strongly to a thorough and effi cient management of the county’s business than seven men. inade quately paid and inevitably fol lowing the political custom of playing one district against an other in all matters of appoint ments and similar perquisites, as well as general county business. The detailed arguments in fa vor of the law were so obvious and convincing that it had prac tically no opposition at all dur ing its progress through the Leg islature. nor when it came before ! the Governor for his signature, and having thus been given the* seal of approval by the Legisla ture of the State and by the Gov ernor. and placed on the statute hooks, the burden of proof is j strongly upon those who would seek to undo it. That this bur den of proof has in nowise been met. and cannot be, is. in our opinion, a safe ground for the voters to take in ratifying this I law at the polls. We also believe that the best interests of the county would be served by ratifying the bill per taining to the two districts des ignated as the Seventh and the Eighth, under another law pass ed by the last session of the Leg islature. This law, too, received the seal of approval of the Legis lature and the Governor practic ally without opposition being voiced against it. As in addition to this there is an unmistakably large sentiment in its favor among the people of the sections j directly affected by the law. wc believe it is entitled to ratifica tion by the electorate of the whole county. USE KITCHEN FOR FOOD ONLY Moat Sanitary Plan and Permit* More Compact and Convenient Arrange ment of Equipment. Is your kitchen used chiefly for Hie preparation of food, or is it a combina tion cookroom, laundry, washroom, passageway, and dlulng room? It Is 1 hetier to use the kitchen only as a place for preparing and, if necessary, | serving food. This is more sanitary | wml permits more compact and conven ! lent arrangement of equipment, the United States Department of Agricul ture believes. Laundry, washroom, ami general storage room are gome ; times combined and used as a place for men and children coming in from ; out of doors ao leave work clothes and muddy boots and rubbers. REMOVE STAINS ON FABRICS Simple Treatment Used by Our Grand dame* Will Prove Efficient in Moat Catee. • here are few stains upon fabrics ! which cannot be removed by the easy method in use by our grand-dames. : I bat is, tie the fabric over a vessel or ! ,, **ttte. rendering the surface taut, then from a height of several Inches, pour upon the spot a continuous j stream of boiling water, as a rule, the most obdurate stain will fade away under this simple treatment. j TO SPRINKLE FINE BLOUSES i To Distribute Dampness Evenly Place Blouse In Dampened Towel for ' Ten Minutes. When sprinkling flue blouses or baby clothes it is difficult to distribute the dampness evenly. Dip a towel 1u i water, wring It out. place the blouse in it and roll It up tightly. Leave for Id minutes and the article will he found to be evenly dampened all over i n<| ready for Immediate ironing. RED PEPPED! RHEUMATIC PAIN i Red Pepper Rub takes the “ouch” front sore joints, stiff, aching joints ! It cannot hurt you. and it certainly stops that old rheumatism torture at [ once. — _ t When you are suffering so you can hardly get around, just try Red Pep per Rub and you will have the quick est relief knowu. Nothing has such concentrated, penetrating heat as red peppers. Just as soon as you apply Red Pepper Rub you will feel the ting ling he.tt. In three minutes it warms the sore spot through and through. P;titi and soreness are gone. Ask any good druggist for a jar of r ßowt*s Rod Pepper Rub. Be sure to Rtnvler, ou each package.—(Adv.) ?.*gtXC CAWTAL, AVTtAFOtIS. MARYLAND. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 18, 1822. f “Wbt’smaName?” | By MILDRED MARSHALL g j Facts stmt pour name; Ns Afstory; tf •*< pruning; a hence U vet dittoed; S X /IV? significance; your lucky dap W £ lE7 lucky jeroet WIMFREI) \I7I.MFRED has tire-fanciful Inters pretut ion of “White Stream.” It sounds strangely reminiscent of fbrest glades and pagan elves, but It Is really derived from Welsh religion. Accord ing to legend, a Welsh min, named Gwenfrewf was beheaded by a furous prince called i’aradoo because she re fused Ids addresses. After the fash ion of most Welsh saints, she caused a well to spring up over the place of her martyrdom. This well does nut flow continually, but It lias medicinal values and its stones are said to l#e red-veined with the blood of the saintly mm. She was called by the English St. Winifred and us Winifred, or Wenefred, was accept ed by Wales in place of the somewhat unpronounceable Gwenfrewi. Indeed, her popularity In Wales was so tre mendous that she became almost the national Welsh name. V The Saxons had a Winfrith, which meant “friend of peace,” which is fre quently confused with Winifred, and is sometimes used interchangeably with it. Winifred has never gained •be vogue here that she has in Eng land. But Winnie, the diminutive, is popular in America, which loves con tractions and endearments. Curiously i enough, none of the European coun ■ tries have adopted the name or placed the stamp of their Influence upon it. It remains purely a product of the British Isles. Freda is another con traction which Is popular In this coun try. Whether the German Frieda is allied with this Is au open question with etymologists. The beryl is Winifred's talismnnlc stone. It assures her amiability and gives her unconquerable charm, accord ing to un old prophecy. It is said that no one wearing a beryl will lose in litl -1 gallon. It also awakens love in mar ried people. To dream of it signifies happiness in store. Friday is her lucky ; day and 2 her lucky number. I (Copyrtahi by the Wheslsr Syndlcst*. lae.) Helen Ferguson V Helen Fergueon, the “movie" star, achieves the high point of her career in a late popular production. Sho io a versatile young lady who writoo, paints and acts. Helen was born in Decatur, 111., and began her picture work in Chicago about six years ago. WHY O sssssasaasssass IS WOOD ALCOHOL 2 FATAL *’l' HERE is not a single property of wood alcohol, except its poisonous effects, by which anyone but a chemist can distinguish between purified “wood” and the ordinary or “grain” alcohol. The appearance, odor and taste of the two are so strikingly alike that even chemists who have had much experience with them are unable by these properties to distin guish between them with certainty. This difficulty is greatly increased when flavoring matter or coloring ma terial of any kind is added. The action of wood alcohol upon the human or animal organism is, however, entirely different from that of ordinary alcohol. When the latter is taken into the body it is rapidly converted into .water and carbonic acid gas—harmless substances of which any excess is promptly eliinina | ted by the kidneys and lungs. Wood alcohol, on the other hand, is n6t so ' changed. It remains in the body for considerable time and Is slowly made over into formic add. a poison which is found in tin* bodies of ants. Thl* poison, together with another from the sa me source—formaldehyde—attacks the brain and other organs, causing b!indne>s or death. These effects have resulted from as small a dose as two teaspoonfuls of the poison and chemists agree that it is as impossible to produce a n on-poisonous wood alcohol as it is to make a harmless prussic acid. (Copyright by th Whootsr SyaSUeats, task) A Chicago director has an invention “to put life in the movies.” Which amounts tb resurrection lor some of, ( them.—Sagniaw News-Courier. GLASS OF SILTS CLEANSES KIMS If your Back hurts or Bladder bothers you, drink lots of Water When your kidneys nurt and your ftack feels ore. don’t get scared and proceed to load your stomach wttn a lot of drags that excite the kidnevs and irritate the entire urinary tract. Keep your kidneys clean like yon ieep your bowels clean ,hy flushing them with a mild, harmless salts, which removes the body's urinous waste and stimulates them to their i normal activity. The function of the kidneys is to filter the blood. In 24 hours they strain from It T.OO grains of acid and waste, so we can readily understand the vital importance of keeping the kidneys active. Drink lots of water—you can’t drink too much; alflb get from any : pharmacist about four ounces of Jad Salts; take a tablespoonful in a glass) of water before breakfast each morn-1 ing for a few days and your kidneys will act fine. This famous salts is -nude from the acid of grapes ami etnon juice, combined with lithia, and .as been used for generations to clean tnd stimulate clogged kidneys; also -O neutralize the acids in urine so it no longer is a source of irritation, his ending bladder weakness. Jad Salts is inexpensive; eunnot in jure; makes a delightful effervescent iithia-water drink which everyone should take now and then to keep h< ir kidneys clean and active. Try his, also keep up the water drinking, and no doubt you will wonder what, became of your kidney trouble, and bat kache.— ( Adv.) Beacon Lights Of Business Along perilous coasts, light houses throw their guiding rays far into the night to warn the mariners and help them safely past the shoals. Spend a few minutes a day running through the advertise ments in this paper. Then buy the products that have proved up in the light of advertising. Let the Beacon of Advertising guide you as it is guiding so many astute buyers. Business, too, has its beacons. They are the advertisements, which throw a powerful light to guide you in your buying. They show you what to buy, where to buy and when to buy. ADVERTISING IN THE EVENING CAPITAL BRINGS RESULTS. g. l "-*.! l 1 -Li-" _ _ ■■lUMiiii NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Soalcd proposal* for building u Parish lliill on Christ Church property, at Owens villo. Anno Arundel county. Sid., will h< •eceived b.v the building Committee until S p. in., on Wednesday. October 2T, 1.C2. it Owensvllle. Md.. nt Which time and place they will bo publicly opened and read. No bids will bo received unless aceom i"ied by a certified cheek for Ihe sum o‘ £.*oo, payable to the lluilding Comiuiiiee i tie committee reserve* the right to re ieet any and all bids. Spoellieatlon* fm the buiidiug of the hall can be secured r roin any member of the committee. .TOSKI'JI CHANEY. GEORGE VV. EMEUICII. EDWARD SHKIMIKKD. oiEJ Committee. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notlee Is hereby given that the uh ssribers. of Anne Arundel county, have ob tained from the Orphans’ Court of Anne Arundel County, in Maryland, lietters Tes tamentary on the personal estate of lIRNKY B. MYERS, ate of Anne Arundel eounty. AU persons having claims against the deeoased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vou< hers thereof, to the subscriber on or before the 14th DAY OF FEBRUARY, 19W. They may otherwise, l>y law, be excluded from all benefit of said estate. AU per sons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment. Given under our hands this Stb day of August. 10L*2. WALTER IT. MYERS, NICHOLAS n. GREEN. Executors. serlber, of Anne Arundel county, has ob tained from the Orphans’ -Court of Anne VniiKtel county. In Maryland. letters of Administration' on the |iersonal estate of WILLIAM FARRELL, late of Aune Arundel county, deceased. All persons having claims against the de ceatied ere hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber on or before the 24th HAY OF JANUARY. 1023. They may otherwise, by law. be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All per sons Indebted to said estate arc requested to make Immediate payment. Given under my hand this 18th day of •Inly. 1922. , JOHN if. TAYLOR. Administrator. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice Is ’’hereby given that the snh icrlher. of Anne A-imde! county, has oh slued from the Orphan*’ Court of A owe Vrondel County. In Maryland letters Tes 'amentary on ihe personal estate of MARY E. HOWES, ’ate of Anne Arundel county, deceased. AH persons having claim* against the •>- •eased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to ihc suhsertber on or before the 21*t DAY OF FEBRUARY, 1*23. They may otherwise, by law. be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All per sons Indebted to said estate are requested ? make immediate payment. Given under my hand this 13th day of August, 1922. EDITH n. SUIT. Administratrix e. t. a. TELEPHONE SU M. JOB WORM A. W. PHILLIPS Contractor aid Boilder STEEL GARAGES, 9150.00 UP Shop; M Lie aerator ttt., AtatpsUi, Mil. 1922 ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY REFERENDUMS GOVERNOR’S PROCLAMATION WHEREAS, At the January Station. lCrgg. f the General Assembly of Mary land. three Acta were passed known as Chapters .".40, -lie* and 32* of said Act*. ant ait relating to Aunt* Arundel County, j whi< U said Art* are lu words and ligures following: Anne Arundel: CHAPTER 3*o. 1922. AN ACT to repeal See lion IS*.' It of the Entitle < tenoral Laws of Mary laud, en titled “kSea'tiouH," auh-title "Primary Elections," providing for the party iHiniinniions of ijiini Idat*** for County . lonujilsai. .tiers In Aline Arundel County. I an the same was enacted tiy Chapter lit j of the Arts of lti'-tl. Serfloti |. Be it enacted by the General AsMembiy of Maryland, That Soeiion 182-B of the Public General l.uws of Maryland, entitled "Elections," sub-title “Primary Election*." providing for the pbrty notut nation of Candidates for County Commis sioner* in Anne Arundel County, as the salne was enacted by Chapter 1H of the Arts of licit, be and the same Is hereby re|>ealel. Approved April 13, 1922. CHAPTER 495, 1922. AN ACT to create and establish a new election district in Anne Arundel Coun ty. To he known as the Seventh Election District, and to provide for the proper registration of the legal and <iu:<lliied Miters and the bolding of elections therein and provided for Jury service. Section 1. Be It enacted Tty the General Assembly of Maryland, Thai a new elec tion district be, alid the same la hereby created and established in Anne Arundel County from part of the Eighth Election 11 strict of said county, and to be known as the Seventh Election District; the aaid district to In* established by the Super visors of Election as hereinafter provided, In time for the registration of voters leg ally entiilcd to register therein at the next general registration, as provided for under the General l.uws of .Maryland. Section 2. And be It further enacted. That the said Election tdstrid so created, ah;.il lie known as the Seventh Election District of Anne Arundel County, and ahull he within the following bounds, to wit: Beginning for the same on the pres ent division line between the first ami Eighth Election Districts in the center of Wist Itlver. and eontlnuing on the said line tin u southwesterly and westerly direction In the intersection with the present pub lic road front Owenavtlla to Sudley; thence leaving the said division line between the First und Eighth Election Districts a:nl following the .enter of the public road In a somberly direction to Dudley; thence continuing on the center of the public road from Sudley In a southerly direction toward -Nutwell to a point where this road crosses a stream known as Tracy's Branch; thence leaving the public road und following the center of the said Tracy's Branch In an easterly and south erly tllreetlon to Herring Bay, ami thence by Herring Bay und Chesapeake Buy to the place of beginning. (For the purpose of taxation the said public road from Sad- Icy to u point where this road crosses a stream known as Tracy's Branch, shall be considered in the new district hereby created, to be known as the Seventh Elec tion District.) Section 3. And be it further enacted. That the polling place of said new district to. be known and designated as the Sev enth Eleetion District shall be at some plate to be selected ivy the Supervisors of Election of said county, and for the pur pose of providing for tie registration of voters in said district, and the holding of elections therein said Supervisors of Elec tion shall make the necessary appoint ments of officials, and provide‘the neces- Suty books, ballot boxes, and other things as are required for the registration of voles and the holding of ejections lu other districts. Ait persons living in said dis lri.-r who are entitled to register shall register in said district. Section 3>i. And be it further enacted. That for the purpose of jury service ns provided for under Section 251. page 110 of Melvin's Bocal Code for Anne Arundel County, the judges or judge of the Cir cuit Court for Anne Arundel County, aim 1 treat the Seventh Election District as be ing part of the Eight h Election District, amt as if no division bad been made of Hie latter district. Section 4. And lie it further enacted. That this Act Is hereby declared to be an emergency Jaw and necessary for the im mediate preservation of the public safety, and being passed upon a yen and nay vote supported by three-i.fths of all the mem bers elected to each of the Houses of the General Assembly, the same shall take ef feet from the date of Its passage. Approved April 13, 1922. CHAPTER 324. 1922. AN ACT to repeat ami re-enact with an end men ts Chapter 13 of the Ads of the General Assembly of Maryland passed at the special session thereof In the year 1901. being Section 153 of Mel vin's Code of Public l.ocui l.aws f..r Anne Arundel County, sub title "County Commissioners," and to repeal all act's or parts of Acts Inconsistent therewith, particularly Sections 191, 192 ami lie: of Article 2 of the Code of Public i.ocal l.aws of Maryland, title “Anne Arundel County,” sub-title “Roads,” being Sec tion 31d. 317 and 318 of ssl.l Melvin's • ’ode. The said Section 153 providing for redm-ing the number of County Commissioners from seven to three, re lating to their duties and qualifications ,*tnd for mud administration by them and the appointment of a County Road Engineer by them. Seetlon I. Jto It enacted by the General Assembly of That Chapter 13 of the Acts of the General Assembly of Maryland, passed at the S|tecial Session thereof Jti the year luffl.t Section 153 of Melvin's Code of Public l,o*-**' f n - Anne Arundel County, sub-title "County Commissioners,*’ be and the same is here by repealed and re-enactc.t witu amc.u.- inents. so as to read as follows: 153. At the General Election to be held on the tirst Tuesday after the nrst Mon day in the year nineteen hundred mid twenty-throe, there shall be elected three County Commissioners for Anne Arundel County, who shall each be elected for a term of four years, and at the genera i election for the year nineteen hundred and twenty-six and every four years there after. there shall be fleeted three County Commissioners for Anne Arundel County. Said Commissioners shall meet at their of fice in the Court House at Annapolis fof the transaction of the duties of their office at least two days in eaeh week and oti such other days as they may deem neces sary. A person to be eligible for the office of County Commissioner for Anne Arundel County stuill have actually resided in said county for at least ten years, and shall be a taxpayer upon real estate in said county, assessed for at least twenty-lire hundred dollars and which said assess ment shall have been upon the county rec ords for at least twelve months prior to the date of election tn the year of his can didacy. Each County Commissioner shall receive a salary of twelve hundred dollars a year, without mileage or other extra compensation of any kind. The said County Commissioners of Anne Arundel are authorized and empowered to control and regulate the public roads and bridges in said county; they shall sit as a Road Board once in each week, and of tener If deemed by them necessary to the public int< rests, for the considerations and determination of matters relating to county roads and bridges. It shall he the duty of eacTi of said County Commis sioners to make careful inspection of road work In the several districts of the counts and to thoroughly familiarize himself with the same. The said hoard shall keep an accurate and Bystematic audit of the road and bridge funds and accounts which sbsll always he an open record of their office. • The said County Commisaionera shall, at the time of making the annual levy In said county, levy upon the taxable property in the several districts, thereof a road tax not to exceed eighty cents on the hunflred dollars for each district and aueb said tax j shall be used for the repair and malnten- I anee of public roada and bridges In the same districts where levied and collected and no ether. Ail of the taxes herein authorized shall be levied and collected as Ape other county taxes and stall h dis bursed by the County Commissioners ni*nn public road and brldgea In ADne Arundel County, and not Otherwise, The said County Commissioners rball. within sixty days after their election rnd quai ill cations, appoint some com >** tent tierson as County Road Engineer of Anne \rundel County, who shall hold office from the date of his appointment until re-h moved for cause as now provided by law, or until he voluntarily rellnqatsites the same and who shall receive a salary not to ex.wd tblrty-nve hundred dollar* per year payable monthly, and an nliowauc* for ‘traveling and all other expenses not to exceed live hundred dollars. He shall be a gradual.* civil engineer, with a degree from an Institution of organised standing ..r shall have had at least five years' prac tical experience Iti civil engineering; and i the County Commissioners shall make t such appolntmtat without refers*n.*e to the } political opinions of the person so ap ! tainted. Seetlon 2. And be it further enacted. That all Acts or parts of Acts Inconsistent with the aforegoing provision* or any of them and particularly Sections 191. 192 and tiki of the Code of Public i.ocal Laws of Maryland, title "Anne Arundel County.” sub-title “Ronds.” being Sections "111, 317 and .318 of Melvin’s Code of Public I.ocal Laws of Anne Arundel County, and the same Is hereby repealed to the extent of any su. h inconsistency. Approved April 13, 1922. AND WHEREAS, The Secretary of State tins, under the provisions of Artiele lb of the Constitution of Maryland, been legally and duly petitioned to submit the above' recited Acts to the legal and quali fied voters of Anne Arundel County, for * their adoption hr rejection, at tin* election > to be held in Maryland nil November 7th. 1922; NOW. THEREFORE, i. ALBERT C. RITCHIE. GOVERNOR OF M VHYLAND, pursuant to the direction and authority •amtallied in Section 5 of Article lb of the Constitution of Maryland, do hereby order and direct that this Proclamation loiita'n- Inga full, true ami correct copy of said t Acts of ttie General Assembly of Mary * land of 1922, be published in at least two I newspapers in Anne Arundel County, in \ such manner and for su<3i time ns is’ pro vided in Section I of Article II id' tin* ! Constitution of Maryland. GIVEN UNDER MY HAND AND THE GREAT SEAL (The Great Done nt the City of Annapolis, Seal of this 25th day of July, 1922. I Maryland.) ALBERT O. RITCHIE. Rv the Governor: ' PHILIP it. PERLMAN. Secretary of State. AN "ORDINANCE * To add a new auction to Article 25 of, ! iho city'Code of Annapolis, to follow Int -1 mediately after Section 23, and to he * known as Section 23-A. J Ss*flou 1. Be it established and ordain ■ “d by the Mayor, Counselor and Alder neb of the city of Annapolis that a new sect lon lie added to the City Code of An* * napolls to follow Immediately after See ‘ 'ion 23. of Article 25, to In* known as Sec tion 23-A, anil to read as follows: j Section 23-A. Every person applying for * i permit to build n garage, or other lull Id ' ing in which an automobile Is kept, or for ' a building which may be used for the storage of liny, grain or other inflammable J material, shall slate the character of the ‘ building to In* orcetod when so applying, r and no permit shall he granted in such j -ases unless it is plainly stated that such 1 building shall be constructed as follows: ‘ the walls and roof shall he entirely of metal, liriek, cement, tile or other non \ "orohnstihle substance, except that the frame may lu* of wood, and tie* doors may be of wood: It shall be unlawful to erect ' any building of the character Indicated In , this ordinance or to use any building not ' now used for the purpose except it con forms to the requirements of ihls ordi nance. Any violation of this ordinance . shall be punished with a fine of five del t lars for the llrpt offense, and from ten to - twenty dollars for each subsequent of J fense. to he recovered ns fines and costs I arc now recovered, - Section 2. And he It further established f and ordained that all ordinances and part* ‘ of ordinances inconsistent with this ordl - nn.a> are hereby repealed. Section 3. And hi* it established and - ordained that this ordinance shall take ef s feet from the dnt<* of its passage. f Approved Oct. 12, 1922 ' SAMUEL JONES. Attest: Mayor. I EMMA ABBOTT GAGE. t'ity t'lerk. nl3 !J ACETYLENE WELDING 1 Stove and Furnace Work a specialty.— Tinning. Booting, Spouting and Plumbing Repair. AIL WORK GUARANTEED RINNESS AND JONES ; 105 Compromise St. Phone 435-J. ; nis E. H. PICKERING Photographic Portraiture and Commercial Photography I2* STATE CIRCLE. PHONE 973-J E. O. LEAGUE ROOFING •partial, Sheet Metal and Plat* Work l i . STOWS END FURNACES INRTALLBJ AND REPAIRED PHONE 711-W * W. B. & A. Electric Railroad MID-CITY TERMINALS r Half-Hourly Service Morning and Evening Between Annapolis, Baltimore and V) aahlngton and Camp Meade (Washington and Camp Meade l passenger* change at Naval Academy Junction.) I I.EAVE ANNAPOLIS Went Street Station ! 5.10. x 5.50. 0.20. x 0.59. x 7.50. 820 flop 1 103). 11.20. A. M„ 12.20, 1.20, 3.M l'rM V‘ M si °* 7 '°°' 8 20 ’ 10 ' 20 ' Leave Naval Academy Gate 10 mlnntes “ tariler; State House Station, Bladen , street and College Avenue, seven (7) , minutes earlier. ' ' Connecting at Odenton with P. R. R. ANNAPOLIS SHORT LINE DIV. Bladen Street Station 5.20 A. If. and half-hourly thereafter at 20 ***•■ each hour until !S Sih-IT ** 7 -“- • *"•*>■ k"Sunday drains dally except LEAVE BALTIMORE—W„ B. * A <l-35. 7.35. 8.35, 935. 19.35. IIJK A M ' -35. xi t£Tjtt. ,5.& A."if r ’ 6, °“ r ’' 11 - 35 - **• M., 12.35, ’ A " tralua receive or discharge passengers at point* between Aanapolla and Naval Academy Junction and at Shin ley and Liathlcuin oh signal. ** ANNAPOLIS SHORT LINE DIV. ~, . Howard and I-atnbard St*. fv* m - 6 ’snndayP' 45 A ‘ M * tr * ,M * ' da,l r except “srfSMsai m, uon, x—Dally except Sunday. ** w ctS o^lckrt to offl4.* nf T4? 0^? ,y B Stt 0 o r Km" 1 Hall> Sh ‘ ,rt Line Station, Blfd^ He—Will you love me If I give up all my bad habits? She-But. George how could you expect me to love a perfect stranger?—Loudon Opinion. if - ___ j CLAS SIFIF.n AnT 1 r LOST * Lost On Severn ri* - **n side cants*. i>, '' , pr - n . Brady. 16* Green .ire,, ... “ f > * i, LOST—Collie dog. I ~ ——-- B. Kelly . 'Return t ,, ‘ J 1 r • leilH'rul rt-war,’ * . i i - Capital oitk** Reward 1 ' r, [ urn . , FOB 81L* FOR stt.i: winter brftkci Ik'*'; su.ei , (,[, .' ' * I*■ —j, ~ ply 136 A ttav K;q,. r " ! •’** A; i::;-J. ‘ J'liui, (.f,* FOR sale -Kord T.mrin.. —- and dcniountablc w V * 'c.r-. (•onditlon. Extra lire sv ( a same service a* m \ ~^" ck. tin* muucy. Add res ‘ / ’' - J-sir ter Apartments. * *' ** • * tk>y FOR s.%LF. linn condition, 115; l\,ir> Milbiurnuy hull chair Idu. " ' **• Telephone vv r " FOR SALE Bargain furnished; modern ’em,.. M. League, Randal! hire.' u polls. l'hono ICO ,|. ' U ' ' V&ua FOR SALE Winter iTp|.lc, ~T eider, gallon. Apply i „ v ‘’t avenue. Rhone 1*17.1. IOR SALE I'atme. \,,,. k ~ George street. ‘ Rliotie , for S\|>: 192 b l\„ v , r condition; j:i;-i ,i ■ . 11*. M FOR s\|,t: Oliver t, ' ~ - (ClO-J. '* -■ I’d! PER HALE H im.- 7TX.T Italjih lianuney er, lloin. u - I Olt s VLK Ten ’ll.’ !* . Apply 79 BlirnHlde Mlre.-t, i . ~, ‘ " FOR SALE tVbrtd: —, truckload. Bborn* I 9: i:. for sale Ten Apply 79 Burnside street, i t> ‘. FOR SALE Ouk length. I'hone 313 H. ’ I*R \l f Wil sewing machine in p. rfc. • ~r . ,' sl'*7. Will sell for #25. \ I „,| V \ West street. '"nh • <it s\i.i M. r„.,( 'I honipton .siri*et. r. n i;, 1‘; franklin Mrorf. in |* ‘ ;,f; lOIC "\l,| !.. A| ply til Dean Hireei. FOB EIRT FOR RENT —Compl.mlv fun,id,.,, room house. Suitable f., r two fnniih la slrnble location and in wri | , ditioti. Rhone 751-.1. lor RENT iwo rooms to keeping. Apply 31 Fast street. „| S FOR RENT—Private tile garag.. i*b..'u. *3O. egi FOR KENT—Two furnished rooms tnr llghi houscke<*ping. Appu 71 'barb-i, ' fl1! , FOR RENT— Furnlahed apartment. Msrj. land avenue. 5 rooms and large lie,’, tion hall, containing piano, steam te-*t nnd water. Also f.mr room h..us.' mi Maryland avenue. Apply I.lb \t>st Mtreet, or phoue 51-J. ~:| IOR llkvr Apply 98 Conduit street. <ot I'OR RENT—Small apartment; eleetrielty. steam heat; good location. Apt.ly wil Capital fiffi<*e. * „i<t FtR RENT I urint- ~r small; steam heat; centrally Phono 278-J. ,23 fo r it en r - FnrnUi - U Severn for winter months, i, 4 mile frmn Annapolis Short Lin-:; rood heatlm: |ilant, reasonable rent. Phone Sewn* 48. 017 22 WANTED TO RENT WANTED TO KIM house near school. Address ••It.” I'spltil oltba-. WANTED WANTED Maid for general housentirt. Apply after A p. m., at liast street. „|| WANTED—An experienced cook. Refer eii. es required. Apply between !t and l a. tn., to 3 Porter Row, Naval Academy (.18 WANTED- To buy, one baby *. rri I'hone 753-W. (.3# WANTED—A man or woman to sc!) v men's and children's shoes in Annais.il*. Exceiienl commission. Some knowledy* of shoe titling necessary, stun* •••••' cnee nnd give reference* Hahns, 37 V Lexington St.. Baltimore. M l. <*|9 WANTED—Boy to deliver in Knueport. Apply 4'p!fai <*. IN MEMORIAM BAKER—in rememtirance of our dor *■• ter. LOLA I. BAKER, who deparn l th life font years ago todav, October 1* 1918. How sweet the name of ist* r sounds To Us who feel so Sad; To speak of friends upon the earth. Sister was the best friend we bad. I ean sec your face before me. And Htlll feel your hand In miia-. The last sweet look you gave me S*ill lingers in my mind. She will never lu* forgotten. Never shall her memory fade. Sweetest thoughts will ever linger Round the grave where our sister is laid. .. BY BROTHERS AND SI-TI I.' NOTICE To Whom It May Concern: This is to notify all persons property on Thompson stre*-'. Mornc avrmue and Calvert street that ,K ' strlets are to tie Improved Ht onee. All water and gas pipes and **' w , _ must be laid (or renewed* before the pfovenjent* are made, a* it will n*jt |>ermissible to dig up these streets \“T ■ period of five (At yp-\r*. , By Order of the Mayor. Counselor • Aldermen. XV YtVSANT. ’ city CommUrioW- Passed Rept. 25. 1922. PROPOSALS Bid* will be received by the • unti! 12 o'clock noon. Monday. ‘ , lstb, for repairing King ((**(* r f*' f f-om Maryland avenue to the • . Harrington s wharf with vitrified The right is reserved to re.bct an> bids. For further information. xv fi VANSAN^ oil City CopmtH >oli '’ PIANO TUNING and CHAIR CAINING PROMPTLY DONT! , Work Called Ter and Promptly PHONE s*-M. WM. MUHLMEISTEH m WENT BT.