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ANNAPOLIS. MH.
I'uMUlt*)! Dull* li|it Sum'.K t fit
THB CAPITAL Pi ni.ISIIIN'O COMPANY
TUU I.Vr.MVI CAPITAL
la *u a.itr at tJ** following
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William Kiiuli * .It I B*v*t
J. 1iivia,....... 71 Maryland Ar.
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Dr. r|**a B. HriikH..,Cv Mum U*n4 A*.
l)rltr'ed In Aun*p<i|ia. * atvort. *lt
manto*u and >tr,i Aituui>*>ll l*j varrW-r
far 45 i'**r
Tow . in hai> I' - I;U:MVi| l AIMTAI
mnllni In ,n v h**n * fr.an lit** rllj .
by l<aui>( i.iui m.iihi* nun iJ*li--a * *!•
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1 thr l tillKfitli'a nr ( lliada.
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Tlt Alin* i '*•••! I’rm I aicln* i
airoji *ii‘ir.-.i i. i|n* tint Cnr r>*-
aulilf* tic ii of ’ii uru-e rriulftoil in
It .r n.*i ... i.i-rvi im credited In
tiila |>it!•-< I ala.i tin* !*.•:• I non* i
pnli'lili ‘i • <rin. All rlgtita of |
•n * ttMlkal lull ef a|.**. i.ll dla- I
pfAyl** Imiein ..re Hia i>.aarve<l.
■=3ET —
NDVLMHLK 2L, 1942.
KLkji.M* ro It IL- IIT *ll>K
Bacj in the old days when
motor chivalry and courtesy
were part of the unwritten code
it would not have been neces
sary to call the attention of “road
hops” to their annoying and un
lawful practices, but today it is.
Every holiday and almost every
week-end emphasizes the need
for some strong-arm squad to
keep on the right side'of the
highways the thoughtless and de
liberate driver who regards the
entire road as his.
There is a species of mania,
akin to that of speeding, that
prompts some drivers to “hog”
the road in such fashion that the
lawfully regulated vehicle in the
rear cannot possibly pass. T his
privilege is guaranteed the trail
ing car by law and the refusal to
make way for it is in violation
of the motor statutes.
Drivers of courtesy need only:
a horn toot to make way for thel
ear behind. The other style of!
driver needs the traffic officer and
the sooner the officer gets into
action the more regular will driv
ing becduic. J.
Tin: C OST OK A HOMi: I
The tarilT law passed by the;
present congress not only raises
taxes upon practically everything
that enters the home, whether in
the form of food, wearing ap
parel, or household furnishings,
hut upon the house as well.
Neither food, raiment nor shelter
were .'Unwed to e-cape the in
creased tarilT burden.
High a> the cost of building
now is. the prediction is freely
made that it will sum he higher,
became instead of reducing the
cost of home building, the b'ord
ney-McC’timber tariff law makes
it higher.
Cement, which was formerly
on the free list. eniu\ protection
toighe extent of twenty per cent
With no tariff at all our imports
of | foment w ere only two-tenths
ofllpne percent of ifut domestic
production 1921. \ federal
grand jury in the southern dis
trict of New Yi*rk recently re
turned an indictment against the
cement trust which manufactures
ninety-live per cent of the prod
uct, charging that from l!Ht” to
the ptcscut time these manufac
turers have been associated in
combinations and conspiracies
causing irreparable injury to the
public. With free trade in ce
ment they made enormous profits.
yet Congress enlarges their op
portunity for profiteering b\ giv -
ing them a protections of twenty
per cent
The wiinlow-gliiss trust, al
ready under indictment by a fed
eral grand jury lot price rigging,
gets a tariff of twenty-eight per
o+nt Locks rind builder's hard
ware. formerly taxed twenty per
rent., is now taxed forty per cent
—an increase of one hundred per
cent. Under the former tax the
manufacturers of hardware pros
pered and sold freely abroad, i
meeting foreign competition sue '
cessfully in its own field. The
imports were not o' sufficient im
portance to be separately listed in
the government reports.
The tariff tax on bath-tubs,
lavatories and sinks was fixed
at forty per cent—an increase of
one hundred per emit. We have!
led the world in these products:
for many years. Why double the j
protection to an industry that in 1
1921 sold one-third of its entire
product in foreign markets?
Wire nails, formerly on the
free list, art now taxed sixteen
! per cent. Thirty years ago weh
(sold these nails in England at 1
j prices so much lower than the*!'
domestic prices that American?
bought the American nails in
England, reimported them to this!'
country, paid the tariff at the!
custom house, and saved money'
as against domestic price-. In'
1920 with these nail- on the free)
list our imports were only three j
per cent of our production. The
u> vv tax will give American inan
t rfncturxr.s an absolute monopoly
of the. market and enable them to
fix prices without fear of cotnpc-i
tition. Who was representing!
the American people when thesej
unnecessary and defenseless tar-j
iff taxe- were imposed.'
-■■■■■ ■ -■
HARDING URGES
ENACTMENT OF
SHIP SUBSIDY
IContlnurd Cram I’ance 1.)
; siomtl or partisan objection. A com
mercial eminence on the seas and am
j pit* agencies for the promotion in
i carrying °f American commerce, he
I .'inserted, wero of no less importance
j to tin- people of the Mi-sis-ippUand
‘ the Missouri Valley, the Qreat North
; west and tho Rocky Mountain
States than to the seaboard State and
industrial communities inland .
• -j.
Is I'oniiuon lapse, fie Say*
“It is a common <ku!#c •with Us ben
efits commonly shared, “asserted
President.
“If government Bid la n fair term
to authorisation for the spending of
sums aggregating more than $7f>.000,-
iOOO for national roads for market
I highways, it is equally fit to be ap
i plied to the establishment and main-
j tenance of American market bigh-
I ways on the ‘salted seas.’"
As to present government opera
tion of the Shipping Roan! fleet, Mr.
! Harding said, there was the nnavoid
! able task of wiping out a $50,000,000
annual loss and losses aggregating
I many hundreds of millions in worn
out ships and those in need of rc
! pair.
Ships Are Wearing Out
lie railed attention to the fact that
j tin government ships were being
1 worn out without any provision for
1 replmemem and that a program of
surrender and snarillce and the liq
uidation which must inevitably rc
-ult unless the proposed legislation
were enacted would cost scores of
' millions.
The reft of tiro proposed legisla
tion giving direct aid, he said, with
otean carrying maintained at the
ardent average, would not reach
52n.00u.000 a year and the maximum
direct aid if American shipping were
, “ promoted that it carried one-half
the nation’s deep sea commerce would
net exceed $40,000,000 annuallv.
|
AMATEURS ACT
IN FINE STYLE
AT ST. MARY’S
U onttiiiiftl I rom l*iigc J.)
with Ills sallies, and literally runs
away with the comic end of the pro
duction. Really, Mr. Callahan demon
-Irates one of tho best hits of char-!
actcrization that Annapolis has seen'
in many a day.
Join* Marlin Right “There”
John Martin, a favorite of local
audiences, having appeared in many
witty roles in past productions, more
than lived up to his reputation lust
night as Captain Squirvy, of the S. S.
Hurrah, surpassing all expectations
with his excellent singing and grace
ful dancing.
Henry Ha|tgood, a friend of Coldip,
Hu- heroine, dv serve* rikognition fog
i his portrait*l o| a typical Americaq.
youth. This role was filled hv A. X
Muster man. who may lm said to have
been exactly suited th it A t.rtTy
Oriental lunch of mysticism and in
trigne was given tlio play by Mi*' pr* - :!-
"i" o ’f It. Jones, as Sing Song. Chi
ne e newspaper man His appear
aneo. accompanied bv the EmpcrorY.
sous, portrayed bv H. McWilliams. J.
Callahan. It. Turner and F. Callahan,
never failed to provide amusement. E. I
Florcstajßo and E. Juhuson were ex-!
eeedingly clever iu their respective!
parts, which though of a minor char-1
aeter. did much to add to the general i
•iffect.
An Effective Chorus
The chorus, composed of a number
e‘ American girls, and Mrs. Ken
worth's band of performers, was cx- 1
tr, uicly effective, as was also that of '
the sailors’ in the second act.
Another clever feature of tho com- i
'^^^a^Uie^xt^mcly^f^eUv^Ligp
Building Burn
| is equally as important as 5
i J building flesh. Foods that •
I assist Nature, iix lime in the | “
I bones and teeth are essential. 5 *
Scott’s Emulsion j
|of pure vitamine-bearing 2
cod-livcroil contain?, I
I *** ®bundance, e!c*l
■ fri ments energize I
§ the body and assist I j
I in the formation of f l
I strong bones and sound teeth | ]
Pownt. BioomSeld. N. J J2-;i I ]
fr/Eittiw U.xk rfAU. ANNAPOLIS, S: ARYL \XD. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 21, 1922
settings, which were unusually at- !
tractive. The music too. was no mi
nor pan of the production, it Icing
!rupee.-;il<lc to gauge the great extent
to which under the direction of Mrs. j
Kenton, it intrigued the audience.
Exhausted From l.rippe Ceugli
La grippe ccughs rack aud tear the
sufferer to a s.ate of exhaustion
“Would get completely exhausted •
from violent grippe coughs." writes'
R. G. Collins. Dargegst: N J. "Trte<l
Foley’s Honey and Tic a#ni ttseYoagh
ceased entirely '’ HsH By three gen-' 1
orations for coughs, oolds and croup,
throat, chest and bronchial irritation, j
I Folt y's Honey and Tar ha*i t‘ac
i test of time. Contain*, up Opiates
• ingredients printed on the wrapper ,
I Largest selling medium in the world
| (Aihr.)
URGE PROJECT OF
CITY “V/HITE WAY”
(ronllnurd from Pace I.J
vvyuld serve to attract people to ihe
business streets at night, who would
not visit there otherwise, and that it
would redound to their benefit
through increased business.
liiild This Ordinance Illegal
The Council also went into fur the:
discussion of the proposed ordinance
to reguate the business of street ven
dors in the city. The Chamber o'
Commerce is pushing a movement ot
this sort, claiming that many persons
from out of the city do business In rc
without .paying license therefor
whereas the merchants not only are
lieensetl.. but -also pay taxeq to tin
cky. Uiylef the ordinance ns pro
mOCd, Ule ricetlku fee for vendor
and others of the like, would be s2*o
Members of the City Council not only
are‘of the opinion Unit sueh a ft*
would be too exorbitant, but :.s a mat
ter of faji t, regard the ordinance as
impracticable, and furthermore that
the city is without icy a! authority t<
enact this measure. That i! would
also affect hucksters from the county
is another point raised. Tin* commit
tec on by-laws and ordinances submit
ted an unfavorable report upon the
proposition, bur finally the question
was referred to Counsellor Itilcy tc
determine whether an ordinance o'
some sort to cover the existing con
ditions could be ratified within lega
bounds.
Amend Traffic Law
The Council also adopted' amend
nieftts to the now traffic ordinance
whereby parking on certain Streets
was further regulated. The amend
meats wore offered *by Aldchpan
Smith aAd provide that parking In* nl
lowed on the east side of Holland
street and not the west s lie. except
between Piiqce George streq; and
Johnson Place; and on the east side
ef Maryland avenue, but not the west
side.
FOR OVER 40 YEARS
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE has
been used successfully in the- treat
ment of Catarrh.
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE
consists of an Ointment which Quick
ly Relieves by local application, and
the Internal Medicine, a Tonic, which
icts through the IJlood on the Mucous
Surfaces, thus reducing the inflamma
tion.
Sold by all druggists.
E. J. Cheney Co., Toledo, Ohio.
! [ ‘ ;4
* Him
imt ffiflP Yi
Palmer Engine
BENJ. E. SARLES
ALKM
t‘ho inl-JI A liiißpol|, Ril.-
Poole, Jr.
The handiest and most economical
washing machine. Esiweially adapted
for light and dainty fabrics. Will
make a wonderful Xmas present. Caß
or write for dennmstraUon.
MRS M RP HTETI,: j
nS.'i ;:b p>rc"er Ate. •
Announcement ,
♦ — •
ll>s iinlrrl|snr,l tntrrli,\ nlslir’ In m,
■cunio It. tlir public tllui hr has sold thr
l*rojcrt> kuoitii a- "The ut 65,
87 Mini as Mart land .Vvrnkc. t
and (Oiueunt.
ISicucdi—
n!l FRANK I*. VM.F.FIER.
5 ,8
| I N photographing the cbildreu. |:
| 1 take particAilar pains to ob- I
i taiu results that will be most |
| pleasing
< , |
f Appomtmes'fc uo’r
LH. PICKERING J!
| Pl'ne 2b State Circle. | I
| Photographic Portraiture j
Tiic “Lantern Cooler’s*’ Profeesion.
Among the theatrical agetuies
where tiient i* to be employed for all
iM-.asions a new railing is that of
"i: ’tern I‘iM.ln V, bat is meant ir
Hint at some small movie >hows a \:
riety turn is put on ktivwn tin* reels
wbllsl the |*roji*rir recovers from a
laissionate six-i*el film.
t
FATIMiV
CIGARETTES / i
qoc j
for TWENTY
%
I
—and after all, wliat
other cigarette is so
liiddv respected by "
C * I J .1. 'll I.
so many men? ;•
' Liccitt& Mvrur* TopaccoCo.
J ll — 1 " V_.. 11 —L
| Strength, Security and Service!
, , , ■ ' - - ■ - - ■ ' - i- r —* J*!
FpR lli VEARS THIS BANK HAS SERVED THIS •!
COMIWVNITY FAITHFULLY AND WELL AND £
OFFERS UNSURPASSED FACILITIES FOR £
’ TRANSACTING EVERY DESCRIPTION OF P
::: banking business.
;; |4
Assets Over . . $2,500,000,00
S I!
4 N
WE PAY 4% INTEREST ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
AND 2% ON DAILY CHECKING BALANCES £
OVER SSOO
r: • p
THE ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN ANNE ARUN
j DEL COUNTY. L
5 * E
p ... THE ...
jr
':j Farmers National Bank I
OF ANNAPOLIS. MD.
|
ARMY - N AVY
FOOTBALL GAME
Franklin Field, Philadelphia
Saturday, November 25 |
$6.40 Round Trip from Ann*po!i
lirlHs on Mle and good going on all train*
l ridu>. >m* mbrr 31, and up to ami lorlud*
, I* 1 *? !, J W> '• M. (rain Saturday, \tpemhfr 25,
Good reluming on all trnins until Mondaj,
. K*vewbfr 27,
SPECIAL TRAINS
T’ l>lrect to Fr.iohlln rield
riiito. u t r
A Lv.XVasljir t u 0.1*5 A.M. fi.loA.M
Lv \\ asliiugiou. B.JO A.M " Uiiouton. {*.45 A.M j
Italtiaiore. ..M8 AM. “ Annapolis *8.20 A.M. •8.50 A.M.
Ar.Pliila.!broil) - Baltimore 10'JO A M
*kree* A M Ar. I'lUla. . . ,
4>kuttj. St.. 1 art p.M. 1“08P.M. 1- 13 I’ M.
I'niubUii Field.i ■
•Couac-.-tiLff Tratu.
Kc-torniiig, Lcaae South SL (Franklin Field) immediately after game.
1 rai . ,! A ’, S Jr ! or t ' r * a,Mj CflßCkcs. l>. I’arlor turn, Iffniug
sr (. i* {oacfcaD, l. and F. Parlor Cars Pining
Car, Coaches.
Pennsylvania Railroad [
Only Line Running Direct to Franklin Field !
CHARLES M. CARLSON
im oLoccruTm htkrkt
CONTRACTOR
aid BUILDER
B*Udi>lm Cheorfullg
moji r n
ADVERTISE I\ TIIE EVENING
CAPITAL. IT PAWS!
r' ' "
How To Invest
Without Worry '
We recommend ; well secured,
non-fluctuating Bond carrying
Bonus of Profit Sharing. Hold
ers have received
A Total of 74 %%
Interest an d Profit Sharing
(hiring the past Seven Years
No investor in this issue has
ever, experienced a moment's
anxiety, or missed a single in
terest payment. Even during
severe business depression, it
has paid 11'® per annum—its
record for 5 years.
Wouldn't yon (ike to know more
about a nation-wide finance
corporation that is operating
under stringent hanking Inws
and constantly growing!
Price to Net 10%
Plume, Call or Write for Deserip- I
tiv> Circular A.
C. F. DELMAR & CO., INC
ESTABLISHED lt
Specialise in Sound Securities
Yielding Above the Average.
Lexington Bldg* Baltimore, Mil.
-
l' or Gun Shells Sec
FINKELSTEIN
PAROLE Tclcplionc 126-W
1 ~ ' 1,1 Hfp
Announcement!
—o—
-1 o V F. Stunner, Chiropodist, lisa
it.inovci) her office from 71 Conduit
Street to 77 MARYLAND AVKM';:,
im the same floor with Miss L. I*.
Winslow. Telephone r, Hi-\V. n2O
AN ORDINANCE
To ndd a new section to Article 25 of
the city Code of Annapolis, to follow im
mediately nftcr Section £l, and to be
known as Section S3-A.
Section 1. Bo It established and ordain
ed by the Mayor. Counselor anil Aider
men of the City of Annapolis that a new
B<s lion be added to the City Code of An
na polls to follow immediately after Sec
tion il, of Article ‘do. to be known as Sec
tion It:’.-A. and to read as follows:
Section u:;-... Eyyiy person applying f"i
a permit to build a garage, of other build
lug in which an automobile is kept, or for
a building .which, may be used for t tie i
Storage of hay.' grain or other inflammable
material, shall state the character of the
building to he erected whet) so applying,
and bo permit shall tie granted In such
'cases unless It is' plainly stated that such
building shall be constructed as follows
tljo walls and roof Shall tie entirely of
metal, brick, cement, tile or other non
combustible substance, except that the
frame may be of wood, and the doors may
b" of wood: it shall Ini unlawful to erect
suv building of the character indicated in
this ordinance or to use any building not
now used for (he purpose except it eon
forms to the requlr.-utonts or this ordi
nance. Auy violation of thin ordinance
shall be punished with a One of live do!
furs for the first offense, and from ten to
twenty dollars for eaelt subsequent of
fense. to be recovered ns fiucs and costs
are now recovered.
Section 2. And be it further established
and ordained that all ordinances and parts
of ordinances Inconsistent with this ordt
aaticc are hereby repealed.
Section 11. And be it established and
ordained that this ordinance shall take ef
fect from the date of its passage.
Approved Oct. 13, 11C2.
SAMUEL JONES,
Attest : Mayor.
EMMA ABBOTT GAGE.
City Clerk. ni3
E. O. LEAGUE
ROOFING
•psattng, Shrek M*t> u<l M>u Work
•tOTW AND Ft: KNACKS ISBTAUU
AND KIPiIBIM
phone m-w
PIANO TUNING and CHAIR
CAINING
••no.HJ TLV DON it t
ftp'll <NHwI Fvr and l*mwpUy De'lwolll,
t’HONE S-X2-M.
WMT. MUHLMEISTER
*0 WEST BT. T1
~~" ... _
W. B. & A. Electric
Railroad
MID-CITY TERMINALS
Us if Hourly Service Morning snd Evening
Between Atiuspolis. Baltimore si d
Washington and Camp Meade
(Washington and Camp M*ao
passengers change at Naval
Academy Junction.)
LEAVE ANNAPOLIS
West Street Station
510. v 5 5n ft.2o. x,V. *7.r>U, S2n Jt.l'o
l*-"*. U.'.'o. A. M„ 12 30. 1 in 220 3 30*
L2*. tU.V. 6.2*1, *;.2*j. 7.*i. 8.20. U).2>i
11.2*1. P. M. # */.-**
Leave Naval Aadeuiy Gsle HI mtonfi-s
earlier; State House Station. Hidden
Street Bl’d College Ava, Stveu (7|
minute# earlier.
Cnmnv ting at **deut/'M w|tti P. it. n.
a>nap**,iw sHimr link ui.
Mreot Matlsn
I 5 -** A k* and balC-b”*trjy thereafter s* 2*>
j *n*l SO minuses after e*. b hour untli
r, ,v> P M . tiH-n a i 7.:4i. sw, v.hn. tn.rsi
I end 11.5!) P. l. ’
5.2 V snd 5.50 A M. trstus dally except
Buuday.
LEAVE BALTIMORE—W., B. B A.
fi.35 7.35. 8.35, 33, 10.25, 11.35. A. M.
12.3a. L 35. 2.30. 3.35. xLOS. 4.33. x 5 00
YU trains receive or discharge passengers
at local points between Aouapolla and
Naval Academy Junction and at Ship
ley and Liuthicuui on signal.
ANNAPOLIS SHORT LINE DIV.
Howard and tom hard SU.
5.10 A. M. ato) balf-bourly tk'-reafter st 15
aud 15 minute* ,-ifv-r ra--b hour until
0J& V. M. *be at 7.*5. 8.15. 815, 1.15, 1
1 f 13. P M aud 12.15 4 M
Sls aad el 3 A M. trains daily egreyf t
Sua-iav. v a
— i
LEAVE WASHNGTU*
t nn. 8.43, Rnrt. n.nn. m.no, nnoa. M 12.n0 r
i nti. 2.00, 3.110, x:;.nn, 4jo. L.m, r*m* i
e.tMi, 7.00, Into, lute I'. M., 12.10 A. s’ r
x—Dally except Sunday. t
For tlcVeta snd Information apply at our -
Slty ticket offices: West Street Station
Curve! Ilall, Short . Line Station, Bladen I
Street. (
| CLASSIFIED TdT^
I
, LOST
LOHI
Mrect :iud high s, I ,
" .<ril if i Qr ||, , *
111 si
male coon houml. Kirk 7, . ■
i>rast. Answers n nn.-
$25 r. ward tinder \ .
Sheckets. It u |, \.,
•’hi., er photic Isol ]
I.ONT I'uesitav mortiliig . i
watch; K. If cugV.vV
Keward it returned t,. i i.
Street.
FOR SAI F
Ittlt -*\i.i. iit.iit] ratd> ’
Merrick. Cedar Park
l ot; >\ ii ~~
<m Market street. ,\j.|.t > 7,'.
Gott. Attorney, |,ee IbiiMin
FOR 'll i
gain if sold at otn-e. I'htci. \ \ ‘
I o:: - \ i , v
fiV. Sweet elder, g
l-.v-A Bay Itl’tge avenue, f ,
Lok RALE Drop
chine, ncarlv new. vs-,
■> M i lu,| Whet
Perfect order for s2tt Anidx - k
xxest at reel.
* < 1 •: v \ t .1
li-’orge street,, with large lots
ti’Ailurs. apply to Charles l 1 .
I kits (M i i
l*ac. l’hone ,”M3-W.
FOB - 'll tanned oak non
hall-cord: nnv length i.
Dull, l’hone IP2 K. ' .
• FOR REST
801 l KENT Bungalow, near r - i \
Heights; $.".0 monthly. It. .1 u
Ib-al Estate and insurance 21 v
•street.
•OH HFNt Dwellttig. U'.t M,
Apply 108 Main etr’et
foil It ENT— Tw o large, bright’ r
" IB rent single or lor light h..
lug Apply 22 West street
IOR RENT v 'i \ room bungj
I’ark; furnished; hot water 10..', ,
place, cliutrleity, water sen pc
• i ation, boatersrd. t i\ er. (.
•deal neighborhood Call by phot.
L. Moltcr, Hevcrna 6. i
WAMKB
WANTED 1
ns nurse, or housework. Apph s v
street.
fx x.vi i i !: * ||. 11 (|, • whits pc. ii
on farm, to care for 15 cow
drive team when ncxvssury. Mu ■
married, with small fa mil’ ,\|.j c .
• Joues, llolly Beach Furiii.
\f xsri i Young w hit,.
position to do housework with i
family. Apply 2tl,S West street
" 1 ED
| ly Myers’ Gift Shop. West sir. -
ritOPOSALS
Bids will Ite refsdved by lip. in
vititil 12 ’clock iitM’it. Saturday \i,i,
be 25. for 100 line ir ffft of coin rot*- 11,
iunf lifter, niorr or Ipur, on S<*u l l
Avenue, l'or further information. ..p
W. 11. VANSAN I.
~ l* City Coin nil ssi we
r
Sporting Goods!
We buxe a complete line of Sj.ort
1 lug Goods and can supply xou v;:!>
any quantity of the lirst-class shot
gaits, uniiuuultlou. hunting clothing
. < —Cte best ever had. We eaioi-’
ineatioa all. but It is :t good idea
for you to stop in early and lock
us over. Our prices cannot le
equalled. We xxjll mention a !•
items:
XX inchest or I'uinp. 12-gittigr., .Mh.Vt
1.. V. Noiitli field, uuy gauge it'hi
Ucniiugtoii I'uinp Itl.'iu
Baker Double-Barrel, Bt-guugc Jc'Sl
Barker Bros., Illiu<-a and
Ollier Brands.
Special price ou quantity load’-d
shells. We repuir all kinds of gua
OF NS FOB HIKE
JOS. LEVY
131 MAIN hi. PHONE '
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ORIILR 01 PIBMLATION
Jeannette Tljc.mi.S’..ii
V 9
Elliott IhompsoD
No. 470 Divorce?
r u the Circuit Court for Anne Aren !
To Llllott Thompson
The object of this suit Is to t< r 1
decree of absolute dlvor.e from v’J ’
Bill alleges that you. Elliott Tic”'
and the I’laintlff. Jeannette lif
were married In January, Bill, aid f
more than three years ago you, ' ‘
Elliot* Tbompscm, deserted th<- 1'
and have lived iu adultery with one I
I'owiis. at Annapolis. Md . for m'.r.- ’
three years past.
It Is thereupon this Cth day of *
tier. I|r22. ordered by the * if. nit t
Anne Arundel county, in Eifnßy.
I'laJntiff. by causiug a copy of tL.
to be inserted in some newspajs-r i o
lished in Anne Arundel -.jiit>.
e,;h of four Sl).'. OKsile Ue. |. - )>. {'•" '
7lh day ”f Pr*.*inl.-r, 1P22. give i.< ‘
the said Elliott Thompson of t’.
Slid sill. s*. I nee of the Bill of ’ 'T
wstniug him l appear lu •h*.'’ * • '
person or by solicitor, on or lef
23trl dav .J U"en.t>w, nil, ’
esnse. if any he may have, win *'
ought not to l?’ pa-n'd s prayed
WMr-N. WOODWARD. *."!**
True Copy. Tet:
XVM. N. WOODWARD. Clerk
BRING YOUR OLD SHOES
to
E. PANTALEO
And hare them look like nr”
WORK GUARANTEED
A Trial Will Convince You:
186 WEST ST.
NOTICE
To Mbetn It May toacern:
This t* to notify all p*r* rt n?
property cu Tbotapsoc etr* -7,1-
a*ertuc aud *a!' ett atrert *hs*- *-•'
atr*< ar® to b<* tis proved at ea
All waer and gas pipes and f
roust be laid (nr renewedi befnr* file 1 ’
prnvenicnts sre made, :is 1* wHI p
permissinle B* dig up these slrcci- ~,r 4
period of live (5* year*.
By Order of the Mayor. Counselor “
Aldermcti
W. II VANS AN f
City ('iiiuuji” l " ll ''
iaastd fjcpt. 25, 1921.

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