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I Social and Personal
I% nl III.IN iOVFN
Stephens, in “Irish
of Today.")
ah ihe people see
i is sail gorgeously;
■ Her. I declare,
, ,ik!h of anywhere.
i,iin> and red find green,
blinding gold, a sheen
vi hill and pearly ridge
Ii vetting on iho bridge.
: t.. il; iii j tii-lil, look
imp mi a daisy’ll crown; ,
. |, .1 iiiy look always high
I , A I, in- beantiful clouds go j
If, Winter
|j t JUltlmre
d M c. Ford Seeley have
n Horne," Ferry Farms,
a. j Annapolis, and will spend the
f.iltimore with Mrs. J. Seth
H' K.vt Huger street.
j \\ j-himcton
|, f rtiik-l nd
,1- i -i.'iun uider and Mrs. Gran
ii |i v ill bo week-end guests
. tv h:r;j a of' Commander and
7 (Jordon Lllyson, who will give t
jpjii r pariy tonight.
iimlr.il Vnd 'lrs.
UlMin' Siipper-Danee
7, sui*< 1 intendent of the Naval
A t( |i:: and Mrs. Wilson gave the 1
, .itid of their series of supper-(
in st night. They will enter
, ga;m in this way on November
übrriplioii t .ird
Pirl) l-i'l Muht
Th<- r.ird parties being given In the
, of (' Clubhouse tiy the Catholic
iOghti' ■’ of America and the
1 o’ <nl 11111 liiih are inerensing 1
poiiiil.irity ns the year advances. ;
r.h for ■ were won last night
tthe following peraona: Mrs. 11. M.
k1 r 01 first; Mrs. W. J. Wnliab,
M. I.ouis Viktor, third;
ii omi Turner won the Hrsr pinochle
.• amt the second was won by Mils
B - i.irdino Frank. The innovation
1,. \\' <l< in serving hot Instead j
ilil refn -hinents after (he game)
1 over proved so popular that it
• repeated again last night.
Oi ( 0111 niUnder
(nit Mr*. I eahy
('•’miiiaiider and Mrs. W. R. Van
U'M'ti. who are in Washington to at
i-ad I’cnii State-Navy game, will
week > tul guests of Commnnder j
Mr l.amar I .eahy, who are giv- j
c .1 ilinner at’, the Chevy Chase Club
tomorrow night. ,
'uperinteiulioit's Party
It liHitlinll tonne
Thr Superintendent of the Naval
• adomy and Mrs. Wilson, who mo
i o\er to Washington this morn
" attend the Navy-Penn State
it'', were aeeompanied by the Ad
r,ils aides Lieut.-Commander Mah-
Tisd.ile and Lieut. Francis C.
brink: Mrs. Tisdale, Mr. and
rt.irl* ii'li. and Walter Ilutler, of I
1 n. the last three of whom
I'.'ir, u< is of Admiral and Mrs
•ipuiii \nd Mrs.
Inti/ At (dime
’ Commandant of Midshipmen
Mr Kurtz and their guest. Mrs.
n 1 IK ith. of Newport, motored
" Washington this morning to
'lie Navy-Penn State game,
o " It return to Annapolis this
'■W'k Of Mr. And
*’'• Marshall l.ungkorne
Commander and Mrs. James
- an I their house guests attend
: tveon given in Washington
Navy-Penn State game by
Mi Marsliuyll lamghorne.
r une Mrs. Parker’s sister,
a Howard, left for New i
Mi' Valentine Chappell will j
v unpoiis with Mrs. Parker *
Rx,** itiA
1 ""ft initiations
Mrs Floyd Waggaman are '
tuzratulations on the birth j
h’er. horn this morning at <
' I Hospital in Washington.;
' Waggaman lost a little,
year ago under tragic eir
te child having con
iiuie case of infantile
d dying within a few!
' it seizure.
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f "fiemembet |
lpU i Fclej’s I
nSj*, Lk> H,n( l ind hr!
Cou * k " J
QUICK relief
*• Cpcts- pnnlttf M tht art
th, test of time,
thtee generation*
MedttiH t tta Iftl
I. For Coo,
And Vri. Soule
Lieut.-Commander and Mrs. Grafton
Reatl will give a luncheon party to
morrow for Commander and Mrs.
(Charles Soule, who are week-end
guests of Lieut.-Commander and Mrs.
J. L. Kauffman.
Party After
Football Game
Truxton Reale was among those who
entertained for the Annapolis contin
gent in Washington today.
Bridge-Tea
Yesterday
Mrs. Robert B. Coontj, wife of Ad*
miral Coontx, entertained at bridge,
followed by tea. yesterday in honor of
Mrs. George Canfield, who is visiting
her nephew and niece, the Secretary
of the Navy and Mrs. Denby. There
were four tables of bridge and a few
additional gueßts joined the company
later for tea. which was poured by
Mra. Arthur Stott, wife of Commander
Stott. Mra. Stott was, before her mar
riage, Misa Grace Miller, of this city,
daughter of a former pastor ct Cal
vary Church.
Hostess At Women's
'Club Luncheon
Among those who served at the Wo
men’s Club luncheon booth at the
County Fair yesterday wore Mrs. C.
! Ashby Duvall, chairman of the lunch
eon committee; Mrs. Melvin Stewart,
president of the club; Mrs. Arthure
lAngfleld, club treasurer; Mrs. Emma
11. Merrick and Mrs. Henry J. Wilson.
Attending
Football Game
Dr. James Feldmcyer and his sis
ter, Mias Janie Feldmeyer, are in
Washington today attending the Navy-
Penn State football game.
To Irish lu
New York
Mrs. John Floyd Waggaman will
leave "Wild Rose Lodge" tomorrow
for a week's visit In New York. On
her return she will he accompanied
by Mrs. W. Eben Rtirnside, of Silver
City, N. M, who will be Mrs. Wagga-
I man’s guest for some weeks.
I To Return To
i Washington
j Mrs. Hoscoe Carlisle Rulmer will
: again take possession of her apart
ment at 1303 Eighteenth street., N. W ,
Washington, next week, after having
had it. occupied for the past two
months by the Secretary of the Treas
j ury, Mr. Mellon.
Entertainment For
Welle# Worker
Invitations have been received here
for a complimentary supper to be
given in Raltimore tomorrow at the
Hotel Emerson to Dr. Talcott Wil
liams, who will speak in connection
with the Near East Field Day Relief.
Dance Tonight
For Football Teams
A dance will be given tonight at the
Now Willard in Washington for the
•Nav^tmi^Penii^Stat^e^football^eam^
r Fine for Lumbago *
Musterole drives pain away and
brings in its place delicious; soothing
comfort. Just rub ft in gently.
It is R dean, white ointment, mads
with oil of mustard. Oct Musterofai
today at your drug store. 35c and 6Sc
in jars and tubes; hospital sise, $3.00.
VETTER THAN A MUSTARD PLASTER*
1. i;.u_.i. .r; ■ ■.-. s s..■ 1. - 1 . Ji'tip
INSTRUCTION GIVEN ON
PIANO
-BY
MISS C. F. GRAY
At her residence, No. 196 Duke of
Gloucester street. n"
CHARLES M. CARLBON
ISS GLOCCEOTSR STREET
CONTBACTOX
tad BOLD KB
CMtaitN Oi earful lx Gtvaa.
moms s
E. H. PICKERING
Photographic Portraiture
and
Commercial Photography
y STATE CIRCLE. PHONE tTI-J.
Shady Oaks Inn
Don’t forget about that chicken or aes
fooi dinner. Make up that rart.v you’ve
; been thinking of uul have a dance on a
i hardwood floor.
MRS. C. V. WAGNER
Call 13S-V. C1
brYeze inn
ANNAPOLIS HOLLEYABB
. 20 Minutes Out
LUNCH and TEA
'Metal: Chick** WaEte Dtauf, fl.lt.
DANCING. CARDS.
**houe: ArolntE. F-l*.
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evening capital, annapolis, Maryland, Friday. November
Mrs. David O. Parlnt is risiUcg l
h*r ion and daughter-in-law. Mr. and |
Mrs. Morgan O FarletL of West street 1
extended.
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MIDDIES HAPPY
AS THEY LEAVE
FOR WASHINGTON
(CuMmR f*i Png* .1
1 tlon to the playing field, and the dis
tance is no small jaunt.
1 Passed Quietly Throw* Tow*
The Middles did not vent their-en
thusiasm or get demonstrative In any
way, as they marched through the
streets of Annapolis, nor were they
j armed with megaphones, an on occas
ions of going to an Army-Navy bat
tle. Rut they were keyed to b high
pitch nevertheless, and prepared to
“root’Their hardest In encouragement
of the players in the battle arena.
The only outburst among the raarch
’ ers was the blare of the full comple
. meat of the academy hand that head
’ ed the proceaslon. and the rattle of
’ a trio of drums, swung over the shoul
ders of two midshipmen and a blue
' jacket, stepping out further down the
r line. While some five or six hundred
students were entraining on one spe
cial, the rest were permitted to stand
"at re6t” on West street, and the con
fectionery emporiums along the thor
oughfare, did a ruphlng business for
a time.
.Xaral Academy Bescxted
Scarcely a corporal's guard of of
ficers and members of their families
remalned_at^om£^All^hands^Reera^
Its ct main highway
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THE way to satisfaction, comfort and health
through Postum, has become a world-wide way.
This famous table beverage which has stood the test of
twenty-five years, fills every requirement of taste for a
hot and invigorating mealtime drink. Unlike coffee or
tea, Postum contains nothing that can irritate nerves or
Postum comes in two disturb digestion. Even the children may safely enjoy it*
forms: Insunt Postum (in ... ~ u . , „ , 11
tins) prepared instantly ip vvoulan t it be well for you to avoid the harm which
80 man y have found in coffee and tea, and protect \,
c*re*i (in packages), for health while pleasing taste, with wholesome, satisfying*
those who prefer to make j ’ J B r
the drink while the meal JrOSUimr
Is being prepared; mad* _
by boiling fuiiy 20 minutes. Urder from your grocer today I
Tbe two forms are equally
SJfWIfVSS JrOStum FOR health
Made by Postum Cereal Co., Inc., Battle Creek, Micfa. “There’s a Reason 99
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Electric Cooking
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Demonstration Excel
• Electric Gkwer ;
GOTTLIEB'S |
Main Street 1
Nov. Ist to 4th j! ;
’ ' ' ll I
Come to our store and see Miss Alrich, Factory Representa
tive do boiling, baking, roasting and frying in this wonderful
Excel Electric Cooker. . \
Miss Alrich will prove by actual facts that your cooking is far
less expensive by “Excel Electric” than by gas, coal wood or oil.
Special Offer—During Demonstration Week
We offer this wonderful $32.50 Cooker, fully equipped with
f Aluminum Utensils, [ Rack and necessary (97 (JA
Electrical Attachments, for . . , ! 4 #OU
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;d bound Washington ward, add 'add-!
.ad to tha naval rooLnyaat, -om< <*av-1
jral hundrad football fans of th* city.;
aL'o made ih* trip to. the game. A |
big advance guard fcot away last
night, but the majority crowded the
cars of tbe Washington. Baltimore and
Annapolis Electric Una from early
morning until 11:20, this latter train
, i being the final one that would get
the enthusiasts to Washington in time
1 fur the game.
* X*Rjr Wept By Aa to
Rome several hundred other fans;
made the trip by automobile. And;
there was a decidedly noticeable dif
ference in traffic about the efty as a|
; result.
!; SIDELIGHTS ON “
AS THEY DEPART
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ft>ntt>g rrum Pag*
1 ranks. Thh feature was I
; expected -to be- much in evidence
against Penn State.'
Many Thrill, Expected
YYbllc Penn State waa slightly out- 1
weighed the difference in poundage
was not large enough to make any
material difference and the weigh;
question could safely be left out of
the figuring. Both teams are excep
tionally good at straight football and
each has a “wise" set of coaches, who j
had taught thefr charges to “out
guess" their opponents and to stage t
the plays which the other side was
not looking for. As a result, each
eleven has many trick play* which,!
when called for at times least expect- j
ed, make an exceptionally spectacular
game, and many thrills were prom-
Irad. 1
Marriage License
RAILEY-LA INA— Franc la J. P.aiicy.
38; Esiber La Ina. 37; boita of W*sb- J
Button. D. C. *
HI
Meeting Of Library Ass’n.
There will be a meeting of the Pub
lic Library Association at the Muni
cipal Building, at 7:30, this evening. ?
!
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Kmmbo To Be Awbassa4r
Ti AstHlaUd rm.)
LONDON, Nov. 3.—Baron Romano, i
ia Zezzano, has been appointed Ital
ian ambassador to the United States. j
which position he formerly occupied, j
, succeeding Vittorio Rolandi Ricci, j
resigned, according to Rome advices j
i received here. .
! UTUTGLOBUiS i
make strength. There are
thousands of eaaily-ab
sorbed, health-building !
globules of vitamine • bear- j,
ing cod-liver oil in every
bottle of
Scott’s Emulsion i
Children or grown people,
rundown in body or a . ft
vitality, should find
Scott’s Emulsion a yTJf
strength-restoring Ala
food-tonic of great “ •
value. It Is taken easily
and assimilated readily* • fi
Scptt a Bowne. Bloomfield.N. J. i 2>21
-J.. H-inih". * |
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Opposite the A. & P. Tea Co.
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| \ Our Service jj
2 WORDS in the Eng- R
p j pVi lish language can mean
as much, or as little, as the l
;] word “service/’-Our con- \
0 ception of service is distinctly tan- I
l: gible, in daily evidence.-We en- jj
!:; deavor to meet promptly, thorough- [
| ly and courteously the requirements [
j of each individual who comes to [
3 our store, regardless of what his or [
* her mission may be.—This pains- r
j taking consideration of the indivi- E
dual is the strongest characteristic of f
; the New Bargain Store’s service.
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Bargains for Saturday,
November 4th S
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j FOUR STRING BROOMS; AA _
worth 30c ••
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SCALLOPED TABLE CLOTHS for round tables. A J)
very good quality. Worth i A A
$2.50 9LAu n
tii ti .
rt *■■■ * *
3 CROCHET BED SPREADS; fringed; (JJi AO ;;
double bed size X•c/ O *. I
n ___________ II
M ■ I — s — H
rj CHILDREN’S SERGE DRESSES; beau- &A Qr i| ,
Lj tifully trimmed
) a •
| CHILDREN’S SPORT HOSE; all wool; t*
sizes 7,8, 9 ODC ’
j
1 LADIES’ COATS; a great assortment; (RPY AfT *4
values up to $25.00 ej) f *5/0 it
rt j 9
I MEN’S SUSPENDERS. op 1
worth 75c ODC 9
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H MEN’S EVERYDAY SOCKS; a very good 1A n 3
quality JLUC
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j MEN’S UNIONALLS; khaki OK i
color
MEN’S FLANNEL WORK SHIRTS; in A£ $
blue, gray and khaki UuC T
•t MEN’S SOFT COLLARS; all
| ADC
i RUBBER RAIN COATS; extra good (I*o ACT
I quality VOAD
I LADIES’ PARASOLS; worth (J*i 1A i
4
| MEN’S “PARIS” GARTERS; double 35C
H . ...
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I MEWS RUBBER BELTS; worth 29 C
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H MEN’S ARMY SWEATERS; all (PO AC
wool JdZ.HD
p MEN’S MEDIUM WEIGHT WOOL MIXED UNION
SUITS; same in 2-piece, worth (Pi rA
n $2-50. 5b1.5U I
SILK JERSEY PETTICOATS; only eight left; worth Q
$5.00. While they (P i A P fe
last M. 95 I
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:i Be sure to come in Saturday and
t| look over all of our bargains, you
!| are sure to carry out a lot of goods
ij and leave a very little money.
jj 117 MAIN ST. (Opposite the A. Ap. Tea Co.) tj
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