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TT ’ ' ■' H 7 1 LIFE (Maurice Morris, in N. Y. Herald.) - Life i banging by a thread — That is what the spider said. Life is one demoed horrid grind, Ho ilic grindstone jp-xt opined. * * i Lift is Just one grand sweet song— * The mosquito joined the throng. Life hut brings one to the scratch Interposed the safety' match. Life is love, asserted youth, Said the preacher, life is truth. Life, the sun remarked, is light. ! Life is blackness, answered night. k Philosnphos viewed (he strife, Smiled, and pondered, “Such is life.” i Hecepllon Tomorrow For Umirsl \ nil Hr. WlUou The reception to he given tomorrow night by the Naval Academy Officers’ to the Superintendent of the Naval Academy and Mrs. Wilson will It- a large affair. Captain T. R. Kurtz, \ice-president of the Mess, aud Commander Wilbur R. Van Auken, trea urer, will receive the guests with' Admiral and Mrs. Wilson. As the' party will be on Hallowe'en night, deepraticins appropriate to the season .will )e iced. \|r Milson “At Ifi me** On Wednesday Mrs. Henry B. Wilson, wife of ihe Superintendent of the Naval Acad i my, v ill be “at home” on Wednes day nftenn in of this week from 4 to f, This will be Mrs. Wilson's only reoption during the month of Nov emt Y Kiting In Wllkesliarre Mrs. Harry Coodsteia, daughter of. Mi and Mrs. Leon Gottlieb, and her throe-year-old son, Douglas, will re- ' main several weeks in Wllkesbarre, I'a.. whore they are visiting at the home < f Mr. and Mrs. J. Goodstein. ! parents of Mrs. Harry Goodstein’s; husband. Lieutenant Goodstein, U. S. [ N lurching (i ngralulatlon* .Mr. and Mrs. George Garner, Jr., of Annapolis Neck, are receiving con gratulations on the birth of a son born yesterday at the Kniorgency Hos pital. Miss Munli.i Land, general secre tary of the Y. W. C. A. spent yes- UTtlaj at the beautiful home of Mrs. St. George Barber on South River. Three Times One Hobble's Birthday Anticipating Hallowe’en by a cou ple of nights, little Bobbie Campbell’s birthday party decorations partook of the nature of that occasion when spooks, black cats, owls and witches hover around. In the dining room around a table dm orated with lighted pumpkins, au tumn leaves and favors suggestive of Hallowe'en, sat eleven little children < njoying all the goodies provided for the three-year-old host by his indul gent parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Campbell. Colored tights hung from Hie electric dome which was almost entirely hidden by autumn leaves and the effect was very pleasing. The birthday cake occupied a conspicuous place and was lighted with three yel low candles, which Bobbie and hit young friends attempted to blow out I'fier he had cut the first slice which fell to, his honor. Those who shared the pleasure of thr birthday party were Mac and James l’atu.rsou. Katherine and Lor aine Lewis, Alfred Bruce, Hugh Pur vis. Catherine Johnson, Charles Mace,: Naomi Henning. Catherine Nicola, f Francis Barber, Martha, Barbara and Frank Blatter, Hilda Duvall. Louise i and Elisabeth King, Eleanor Duvall, 1 Margaret Patterson* besides Bohbit/ and his little sister Jeanne. Bobbie’s godfather and godmother, Mr. and Mrs. George Webster, hon ored the occasion with their presence, as did Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blatter and Reese Abbott. Each child was given a pretty hallowe'en favor be sides a decorated basket of candy as a_jmuvcnir of the happy occasion. E. H. PICKERING Photographic Portraiture and Commercial Photography STATE fiH( IF, HI ONE 973-J. Shady Oaks Inn j IWt forger about that chicken Ar ten •minor Muke up that party yon*v* Kwas,:* * m **" c. H. WA6NTK Call ,*j BREEZE INN ANNAPOLIS HOFLEVAJID Miuutea Oat LUNCH and TEA "Petal: Chicken Halil* Dinner. 9t.lt Hanoi no. carom u honr: Arctn**. a-F-lA ( II To Celebrate Silver Wedding Auirmarj Mr. and Mrs. Carryl Bryan, of War-1 dour, have sent out Invitations for a ■ reception on the evening of Novem-! her 10 in honor of their twenty-ninth i wedding anniversary. VlsitJn* In N. Y. ,Alrs. W. O. Stevens left this morn ing for New York where she will yia lt Mrs. Wolcott E. Hall for several days. i Party Yesterday Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Richter, of 30 Brewer avenue, entertained at a din ner and Hallowe'en party last night. Their guests included the following from Baltimore: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. John Kara, Miss Caroline Kara and Mr. Cerveny. Back Front Week-End In Ht, Mary’s Count) Claronce L. Clemson spent the week-end with Mrs. Clemson at Lau rel Grove, St. Mary's county. Here For j Week-End Mrs. James Moss, of Yoadou, l'a_ | spent the week-end with her hus band's parent*. Judge and Mrs. Roh jert Mors, of Shipwright street. On j her return home this morning she was accompanied by her two children who i have been paying a visit of several weeks to their grandparents. Engagement Annonneed , Mr. and Mrs. Philip Benson Cooper, of Wardoue, have sent out invitations lo the wedding of their second daugh ter, Sarah Lawrence, to Francis Evarts Falnnan, Jr., which will take place on Saturday. November 18. at l o’clock at their residence. Mi. Kairman, who is a son of Mr. rod Mrs. Francis Evans Fairman, of Uniontown, Pa., is a graduate of the Nuval Academy class of '2l-B. He I ; resigned last July from the Navy and j Is at present In business In Baltimore. Supper Part) Tomorow Commander and Mrs. Wilbur Van ; Auken, 15 Porter Row, Nava) Acad emy, have sent out invitations for a supper party before the reception to be given tomorrow evening by the Naval Academy Officers’ Mess, for the Superintendent and Mrs. Wilson. Lieut.-Commander Henry Le Bour- ' geois and his bride were dinner guests of the Misses Munford. of Prince George street, on Friday. Postpones Departure For California Mrs. Charles A. Doyen, widow of General Doyen, U. R. M. C., who has bqen visiting her brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mfs. Joseph W. Val- Le given tomorrow afternoon at 4 weeks, has postponed her return to California and will remain in the East for another month. Mrs. George A. Myers, of 9 North west street, left today to spend some time with friends at Winston-Salem. N. C. Party Tomorrow Night Lieut.-Commander and Hrs. R. E. Rogers, 245 King George street, will give a supper party tomorrow night before the reception at the Officers’ ; Mess in the Naval Academy to Ad miral and Mrs. Wilson. —————— amammmamimtiiimuiimiiiimmm LADIE’S WEARING 11 | APPAREL j j j: A new showing of Dresses and | j , j Coats In the season's latest jj; designs. Mrs. Fred Pfingsten 54* WEST ST. n 2 j! nmnmmtttttmttwmtmftmmtttimtm —1 ■■■ ~■ I. RECORDS! ALL THE REAL DANCE HITS ' , i 55c. each - j (2 For sl.oo} MYERS GIFT SHOP, 45 West St. : ■ 1 — i i THE EVENING CAPITAL, ANNAPOLIS, M ARYL AND, MONDAY, OCTOBER 30. i 9& Hus kale And Tea At Y. W. C. A. An afternoon tea and musicale will he given tomorrw afternoon at 4 o'clock at the Y'oung Women’s Chris tian Association. Vocal selections will be given by Mrs. L. S. Dederick and Prof. W. E. Olivet. Mrs. W. A. Corn will be at the piano. All members of the Y. W. C. A. are Invited to at tend. ! Saturday’s j Brace* Dancing was as popular as usual jon Saturday night and both the Car | vel Hall and 'St. -John's College I dances drew big crowds. There .be ing no hop in the Naval Academy the - [ midshipmen who had liberty danced at Carvel Hall until 9:20. A number of out-of-town girls attended the St. John’s College dance. Meeting Of Book lover*’ Club Tomorrow The Booklovers’ Club will’meet to morrow at the residence of Mrs. Paul J. Kiefer, 153* Main street. The aft ernoon will to devoted to the work of two French playwrights, "The Red Robe," 1 y Brleux and Hervieu’s “Know Thyself,” ieing the plays to be considered. GRAND INQUEST PROBING BELLE _ GROVE AFFAIRS (Continued 1 root Page 1.) Viola Stevens. 22. of 508 North Cal vert street, Baltimore, and Graoe Duncan, 21, of the same address as the Carey woman. Attempted Raid. Foiled It is reported here that a squad of deputy sheriffs planned a raid of the Inn, or at least to gather evi dence of illegal liquor selling last Friday night, but were foiled. At any ■ rate, it is reported there was au hil arious party at the resort, extending J until the early hours of Saturday , morning. William Rosky is proprie tor of the Inn. JURY KOI HI FOR MILS INQUIRY (Mr tlie AtiMlaiml Pmi.) NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J., Oet. 30. Possibility that the Hall-Mills murder ease would be nresented to the Grand Jury today seemed remote this morn ing. Information from Somerville county seat, was to the effect that notices have not been forwarded to members of the Grand Jury and that < it would require at least 24 hours for , the inquisitors to assemble after re ceiving notices. Special Deputy Attorney-General Mott today reiterated his confidence in the story told him by Mrs. James Gibson, woman farmer, that she wit nessed the murder. One detail of Mrs. Gibson's story, that of the brightness of the moon which, she said, enabled her to see distinctly the features of the four per sons beneath the crahapple tree, was verified today from charts kept by the New Jersey Weather Bureau. JKr laxative sßromo j i Quinine! The first and original Cold and Grip Tablet, the Mbit of which la reoof nized by all civilized nations. Be sure you get BROMQ The genuine bean tWa aignaturc 1 American History DAY BY DAY •r Tk r. Grata OTTOBFR So. Cortaa, in a second letter to Spain, described hiR achieve ments In Mexico on October St. 1520 Sir Edmund Andros became governor of New York on Oc tober 30, 1674. Adjournment of the Conti nental Congress on October 30, I?s7. Recall of Lord Sackville- West requested of Great Brit ain by the United States Gov ernment because of a letter he had written referring to the pending Presidential election, on October 30, 188 R. World's Columbian Exposi tion at Chicago, with a total attendance of 27.539.041 and receipts of f28.161.i68.75, closed on October 30, 1893. James Schoolcraft Sherman. Vice-President of the United States, died on October 30, 1912. American troops captured Aincrevllle on October 30, 1918. SEMIS RIOTING IN ~ ROME; ONE FUTILITY; WPS OCCUPY TONE (lty The Aiaorialfit I’rfss.) ROME, Oct. 29 (8:15 p. m.) —Seri- ous riotfng broke out here tonight. Parties of Fascist!, while passing through a workingmen’s quarter known to he a hotbed of submersive elements, were attacked by com munists, who threw stones and fired revolvers. The Fascist! replied. One person was killed and one Fascist! wounded The Fascisti, who were greatly out numbered, had two of their men taken prisoner. The Fascist! immediately telephoned to headquarters, and num bers of men were sent out In automo biles to the relief of their comrades Troops meanwhile occupied the zone with' an ov" rwhelming number of soldier*. \ f • Mussolini Warmly Welcomed . ROME, Oct. 30. Benito Mussolini, leader of the Fascisti, called by King Victor Emmanuel to form a cabinet, arrived in f)ome this forenoon. Crowds thronging the neighborhood of the railway terminal gave him an enthusiastic welcome. Mnussolini ielt immediately for the quirrinal, where he was given audience by the king Back, to 1917 Prices Delco-Light Price Reductions Now in Effect ®Y OU can now buy the most popular electric plant ever built, Delco-Light Model 866, for 22 | $1 *7 £ ess than vio j A| J two years ago* Similar reductions have been made in other styles and sizes of Delco-Light. At these low 1917 prices, you can now install Delco-Light for less than at any time within the past five years. And you f Can Uy lt ° n eaSy P a V men ts desired. I ■UHQ See the local Delco-Light dealer for I t^ e new price and terms on the Delco -1 I Light plant best fitted to your needs. \ Wj M ade and Quaranteed By m DELCO-LIGHT COMPANY, Dayton, Ohio \|M | I HP?' Subsidiary of General Motors Corporation DEPENDABLE DELCO -LIGHT ui a•. ..-.u. * • . y m >• , -: t> Bi.it tfttmiM I | The capital was lavishly decorated with flags today. Calm was being maintained. KU KLUX KLAN IN FULL GARB OUT ON PARADE , * (CmMiml Fnm race 1.) by large delegations from the coun ties on the Eastern Shore who made the trio across the bay on the ferry steamer Governor Harrington. Hundreds Witness Pageant Going first to East port where the cars were parked,ihc hooded? knights, immediately formed for the march i through Annapolis. Hundreds of resi dents at the city, who had never ho i fore seen a parade of the secret or jganization, gathered along the prin cipal streets covered by the line of march—Gloucester. West and Main. With the parade over, the marchers again returned to Eastport where the entertainment committee of Annapo lis and county Klansmen were ready with the feast of roasted oysters, ham sandwiches, soft drinks, etc. Ample provision had been made to feed the big crowd, there being 300 bushels of select bivalves, and about 'OO hams. Floods of dodgers were scattered about like confetti, all of them in scribed as follows: Membership k i in the , KU KLUX KLAN i is sysirmatioaKy- a cainst and regularly opposed to any and everything Qttyt^ary/h PURE AMERIC.RUM*.- It works "within the' law legally j and morally and welcomes honest , *' criticism. It is an active Protestant or ganization, with strong backing, j insisting upon the unhampered i maintenance of all American in- j * stitv. t ion a, and continues to ad vance and will go ahead notwith- I standing all opposition from any j j quarter whatsoever 1 ecu use of its determination for right and its ? belief in PURE AMERICANISM. Membership open to all Anicr -1 lean gentlemen. Your name. ’ address and telephone number will be held sacred when placed on the reverse side hereof. ’ AT THE REPUBLIC THEATRE TOR AT, TOMORROW AND. WEDNESDAY Once in a great while there comes , a motion picture which can be hail* ? cd as almost perfect. Such a \ pic , ture is the Rex Ingram production for . Metro of the famous story. “The Tris -1 oner of Zenda,” which will be shown. > at the Republic Theatre today, to t morrow and Wednesday. This pho ■' toplay, which is based on Anthony Clone's novel, has been skillfully adapted by Mary O’Hara, gorgeously mounted by the Metro company and the excellent case—which in earlier! days would have been labelled “all-j star”—shows the inspired direction oU that young wizard of the screen Rex Ingram. No one who has thrilled to the call of romance should fail to see this extraordinary picture which is packed full of action. Intrigue and ! devilish plotting is matched against heroic endeavor and ultimate victory 1 for the loyal adherents of the Ruler of the little Kingdgpn of Ruritania. The settings are majkiiflcrnt. The coronation, the p ro,fs*Sn*> ball are au*l im. prerslte. Here is swKrd play, in trigue. danger, plots, beauty, net; >n and charm—(AdvA _ NAVY “PIEBES” DIED' BY STAIMON MILITARY To cap one of the gloomiest days in Naval Academy football history the plebes of the fourth classmen were utterly outplayed by Staunton Militaty Academy Saturday afternoon, and defeated 2K to 0, I The visitors had h remarkable run j ner in McDonald, at quarter, though I they relieved him for a time with | Hill and then Sponseller. who proved worthy substitutes. The Navy teem showed some indications of a punch, but nullified it by fumbling oil every [occasion when it looked as if it would gain. *- - • The visitors balanced their score I nicely with a touchdown and a suc jorsrtul try for |>oint in each quarter, jin the second the scoring play was jt nunicuarly clever one, a com hi na tion of u kick formation and forward j puss end run threat, which opened a wide hole In the renter, through which Hill ran for 2d yards and a tomh j down. Opiate*- Inirtdiinlt printed *a the weeper Stood the taet of time, serving thru generations terete! letting Caagh Mtficiae is the Werti SponseMer recovered a partially blocked kirk in thp third quarter and ran 9S yards for a touchdown. The first and last touchdowns were scor* ed by McDonald, whose running fea tured - while he was in the game. The niches were almost entirely uft successful with their passes, but show* ed n good deal of driving power at times, and kept hard at at until the j end. 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