. COUNTY HHTION
Sweepstake* For best Potatoes
Shown Won By Boy From
A VARIETY’ OF BOOTHS
A number of people attended the
opening night of the Anne Arundel
County Fair, being held today and to-.
morrow in the Itlarieu tr*f*t
where there are some Interest top l
ihitlft to lie Keen
ru et.*enee of the DuYidsuimlle
and Rt. Margaret's rorntnunity Club
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‘ v HOOSIKR
he~Bale Closes Saturday,
Buys a Hoosier.
$7.90 10 - Piece Dexter
Cutlery Set Free With
your Hoosier now.
LIVE TEN TEARS LONGER.
BUY A HOOSIER.
Sold Exclusively in
McCready & Co.
FruacU Street at Main
The citizens of the new Seventh District wish to ask
their friends throughout the county to vote in favor of let
ting the new District remain.
It has been charged that the new District will mean ad
ditional expense to the County;.even if this is true, it is a
fact that the assessed value of the Seventh District has
practically doubled in the past three years, as a consequence
any small additional expense will not only be met by the
Seventh, but a surplus will be added to the general tax
funds of the county.
There is no necessity for new polling houses or other
The entire citizenship of the Seventh, as far as can be
ascertained, favor keeping the separate district. If we are '
satisfied, why should any one else object?
We feel that a referendum was uncalled for, as there
have been no valid reasons presented, from any source.
•why we should not have a separate district.
Therefore, we feel that the electorate of Anne Arundel
county will rally to our support and give us an overwhelm- !,
Respectfully submitted by,
THE CITIZENS* COMMITTEE.
—Mrs. Matilda Nowell,
F. W. Weems,
W. H. Hallock.
M. Graham Ellzey,
C. O. Brundage,
L. A. Crandall.
Alex. W. Andrews,
Mrs. Bertha Wilde,
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SPECIAL VALUES ”"]
Silk Hosiery in all shades Price .50
New Style Wash Waists in Peggy Style Collars
and Tuxedo Fronts Price $2.00
Smart Tweed Hats and Scarfs to Match Price $3.00
Brush Wool Scarfs and Hats to match Price $4.50
Slip On Sweaters in heavy weight, in all shades. Price $3.50
Brush Wool Capes and large cqllars Price SB.OO
New Tweed Dresses, in all shades Price SIO.OO
Smart Jersey Dresses, newest models in finest *
quality Price $lO 75
55 MARYLAND AVF.. PHONE 337
SEE TOMORROWS AHVKItTIfti;M ¥ XT.
ASK FOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE COUPONS
Imotha, wiit'ii, w<th that of Camp i
Carole. uiadts a picturesque feature of
last year’s fair, ia greatly to be re- ]
grettrd. Gniy the Camp Pxrolr Club
t' rfprirai?a i aside Haiti-, Camp
Parclr u pnre-vicner at tbi*
t > i.*,* r,i i h r'b t * i*ni so Ui ut
hating gre to Uiac di .tn>t in addi
tion to the print won in the club's
An attractive display is made hv the
“4-H Club" exhibits, where there are
canned goods put by by children, and
s nttmber of remarkable specimens of
vegetables grown by boys and girls '
The sweepstake prire for the best
peek of potatoes was won by a club
member. 10-year-old James Harrison,
of Camp Paroler.
AttrattHe “V" Kontb
> This year's V. W. C. A booth is a
Tiitich more attractive one than b-ro
apfore, with very good exhibits of bas
ket work don< hv different girls' cliilin
in town and county.
There is also a model kitchen ex
hibit, loaned by (he Globe Furniture
Company and The Henry B. Myers
Company, where the "4-11 Club" will
give an exhibition .of bread-making to
The Emergency Hospital is repre
sented by a spare placarded with
signs, which r* ad "No support—no
hospital No hospital--no health. No
health no happiness. Join the Hos
pital Association for %2 a year."
The League of Women Voters htts a !
booth and is distributing literature for
the League and enrolling uew mem
ber*. , |
The Women’s Club of Annapolis 1
and Anne Arundel county is serving I
luncheons and suppers during the I
fair, Mrs. C. Ashhy Duvall is chair
man of tbs committee in charge of the
The fair will he continued this
evening and tomorrow.
PROVED TOO MUCH FOR
trntlnusl f rom rags 1.)
The teams went into the battle be
fore the largest and most brilliant as
semblage that ever witnessed a font
hall game in the national capital.
Distlgulshed spectators included
Secretary Denhy. live ranking officers
of the Army and Navy, foreign diplo
mats, and Governor Sprout, of Pa.,
and his official staff
State Tried Two Field Goals
Weather conditions were line from
the spectators' viewpoint, but the
players found it anything but comfort
able in the humid atmosphere. Rag
ged playing marked the early issues
of the game, hut Penn State finally
put into execution its double passing
and overhead game. Twice it was
within striking advance of the Navy
goal, but Paint missed a try at field
goal on each■ occasion, the first effort
going wild and the second falling
THF. EVENING CAPITAL, ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 3. 1925.
Score End First Period —Navy. 0;
Penn State 0.
Nity Vait-i Ob i utnarß Pi^>
After an exchange of punts had
given Navy the ball on State's 40-yard
line the midshipmen opened up their
overhead play ami Taylor went over
for a touchdown. The final pass was
from McKee for 15 yards, the Navy
end picking the ball out of the air at
the goal line. Barchet made it seven
points with a placement goal. The
score came six minutes after the sec
ond period opened.
Assault By Lion* Checked
The Nittauy Lions came back with
a lot of fight, but Carney stopped their
march by grahhfng a torward pass on
the 25-yard line and Navy was able to
hold the ball until the period ended.
In the 30 minutes of play, Peun Stale
made four first downs for a total of
fd jfards. while Navy had three for a
total of 40 yards.
Cullen lifts Fumble; Touchdown
Navy scored another touchdown in
the third period, when Cullen recover
ed a fumble Ur Kratz and ran 15 yards
across the goal.
Captain Conroy added the extra
| point with a perfect drop kick.
i penalty after penalty
| a SS?. Garden Theatre J, SS B
With an All-Star Cast
MYRTLE STEDMAN WILLIAM COURTLEIGH
WEDGEWOOD NOWELL CARRIE QLARKE WARD
STANTON HECK MARGARET LANDIS
A Good Harold Lloyd Comedy
First Show—Ftening: Boors Open fi I*. M. Show Starts :( I*. M.
TODAY and TOMORROW
2 Shows Matinee 2 Shows | vening
2 and 4P. M. 7 and 9 P. M.
} The Eternal Flame
The Drama Magnificent
A perfect consonance of masterly production,
spectacular beauty, drama-de-luxe.
Star supporting cast includes: Conway Tearle,
Wedgwood Nowe|l, Adolphe Jean Menjou. f
Rosemary Theby, Irving Cummings.
8 Reels aglow with
the lline of L ife
His Latest and Funniest Comedy
early in this period, but Conroy be
gan to get both distance and direction
for his punta, with the result that in
three exchange? Fean State *a" bit
tiiaf on it: ewa ?d-yara itae _
lucre Carney intercepted a titste
ivrw*fu >*avy opEfipj up
affoi attaint which .State easily broke
up and took the tali. After a State
pass had failed, Kratz tried a thrust
off tackle and was hit so hard he lost
the ball, Cullen recovering' and rac
ing 15 yards behind State's- posts for
Score—Eud third period: Navy, 14;
Penu Stale, 0.
POLITICAL TALKS AT
(Csstlsned Krom Pare 1.)
this country always better under
the udministration of the Democrats;
that the Republican party always
helps those who have much He con
tended that political corruption might
be corrected, if honest citizens would
give more time and thought to poli
The last speaker was William L.
t" PRIM E GEORGE ST.
Marcy, for the Republican party. He
'began with a story: “A certain min
-1 ister had two heavy burdens, viz, a
xsorttar? tu tb? church ana the fact
tea: hi: wife chiiiieis r.i about
i i'tirji.j. u L. . he.-fc came by roaii
t! to cancel tre mortgage. Ai .. jo; u.tf
■ presented tom on a tin. no>. r'tie
■ jcongregation wondered which bic-ss
iing would be most prominently mun
itioned in the prayer for thanksgiving.
But the minister aptly combined his
‘ idouble gratitude in the one sentence:
•\Ve offer our thanksgiving for the
splendid succor which Thou hast sent
Marcy ITalses Mudd
Mr. Marcv then explained the ad
-1 vantage which he believed accrues to
1 Ike Fifth Congressional district in
j Star : Theatre
. j THE ONI.T I’P-TO-HATP. COI.OKRD
THRATHE IN ANNAPOI.ISt
J TOII AT
j Big Time Vodavil
I'red 'lull, in “Duke nf Dip Chimney
ttesiut'' Mini Ckn.lv Tw<•-.(( pel Comedy.
4 4 V *1 A
• * •jy
“The Radio King”
“Tlvp His Klwtrir Sprint.”
Don't Mi** It!
CIRCLE I'l i.-Sat.-November 3 and 4 tonight!
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P hock comedy Lire o ulvLrV ILo I • \it \
c SeVS- QUESTION”
L~AKSOI**B KiYBUS” 7 \ll l< It \ \
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P si*ort kkyirh “SKon.n shk hau: Ti>|.nr i yimm.- . n.
“ INDIAN LIFE With Ko.v Strwsirt anil l.nuikp'l.ve-ly. ri:ii I- |n< ml
COMING ~ MONDAY and TUESDAY-—RUPERT HUGHFs^REmTmBKANCF.
I THE STAG 11
A Home For Gentlemen
All conveniences Hot - water
heat and electric lights* Pre
war rateß. $lO per month. Only |
' a few rooms left. j
LOCATION 33 MD. AVE. j
(Ctaee to Academy ) nC |
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We h:ire a complete tine of Sport- j
inp Goods and ran supply yon with
any quantify of the tirst-clata shot I
puns, nnminnirion. littntinp •'lothinp I
—i'e best ever had. We a-annot j
mention all. hut it is a pond Idea !|
for you t.. stop in early anal Imak jl
us over. Our prices cannot taa- |
equalled. We will mention h fa*w
Winchester Pump. It-gauge.. SI ’I
1.. C. Smith Field, aay cause. 4 4.tea
j Keminpta*n Pump pi.iHt
Baker Don hie-Barrel, |*.|sn(r .t:.uti
Parker Bros., Ithaca aual
Special pria-e on quantity loaded j
staadls. Wo repair all kinds aaf puns.
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CHAP. NELSON BROOKS
Estimates t beerfmlly FnruUhed.
Cslsr scheme* far farntturs palnttngv.
I ptielMert ng and (.aid Line ffsrk.
ORAN ST. PHONE m-w. G
keeping Mr. Mudd in Congress. It
van, he saH. that the Naval Academy
has been kept here in Annapolis
through the agency c.f ilr Mudd’?
father jnj Mr Mrintym. Formerly
ihe Fifih lii'triri he a.a ha • been
repre ietvi i-y men nuu accom
pii&bed practically nothing tor tide
water Maryland. Rut no* Mr. Mudd.
Jr . he declared can do much for tin
Naval Academy as he is chairman of
the committee on that institution If
a new man is elected to succeed Mr
Mudd. he said, it would take about
six years before he could attain the
r mtxrrrrrr r: rs r::i; ; ; •
1 Insist On
ih aJ* i
ji: Chamber of Comrnrt (
When Making Purchases
I $300.00 CONTEST
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What Is Chiropractic? ||
It Is Not Medicine; Not Surgery;
It Deals Directly with the Cause of 111 Meallh
It is a scientific unshod of adjusting the cause of ih , w ..
j out dings or instruments, based on correct knowledge ~f
! pccially the nervous system. The Chiropractic idea j s t hot hi,
of so-called “disease" is in the person afflicted, and the o<lju-*ni,-.,'
overcoming the cause. The function of every organ in h *
controlled by mental impulses from the brain, which it traii-.ui
the nerves. Any impingement of these nerves interfering w t
I transmissions of mental impulses results in an abnormal line :
inonly called “disease.*’ This interference is produced i>\ shlilua.cn
vertebrae pressing upon the nerves as they pass out froin i
S cord. The trained adjuster locates the obstruction or inicnVrmn , t
by means of adjusting the subluxated vertebrae ovetvom.
Investigation costs nothing, and means health and lupp „
and normal condition or health Is the result.
J. M. JONES, D. C.
Phone CHIROPRACTOR lady
663 61 College Avc. Attendant
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays 2.36 to 5.00 P. M
i announcem a./V v.
WILL OPEN AT
52% West Street
(Opposite “The Leader”)
Friday, November 3rd
With a Full Line Of
Fresh Baltimore Dressed
Fresh Pork, Smoked Meats, Etc.
Also Kosher Beef I
; position now held i, v
itive. An interesting
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. I will keep the stem m
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