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i k, Mrs. I*oltie Me-1 hvirtmeytr, and the . iH'iM er, who is vis-i Walter ('lark, left! motor to Philadel- i Army-Navy football | lo|) \ (iiilbl To d < akc •'ab ound of St. Anne's; , i ake nale on ..mu! -H, at the Parish -• ;• ( i ft i. m. The funds ih< hale will be used for Ur* Guild, whose , i i At young men for the UnsflfM* ,5 To Boston ; , and Mrs. Arthurs Lang- I ur , v >1- today for Philadel \nny-Navy game, they will go to Boston.' ih< U. S S. Ilridge • v n ii ldeut. Langfleld is at-j mgfield " ill remain in i uD f,,i several weeks. ‘ John’s t-rlddm To i. sis Of Alumni l„. viuriiiii Association of Saint, r. 1* will entertaiu the foot* , iU tomorrow night at the i,,t 1;,,,,i Garden. Baltimore, at 'I 6 30. l.ater f will be a show and dance. lApected, will be attended , , 1( Arniajiolitans. in addi m Sydney K. Evuns, U. S. N., ilala , i the Naval Academy, will . til. trip to Philadelphia tom or* ii. mi' ! iie Army and Navy settle i r annual football argument. till To (See . (.•Hopkins (lame * Tit . i.i tell, president of St.! l ( liege, and bis two sons. Jt n Kell, will be amott|t t si'• i .tor:, .tt thr St. .iulin's-Johns 1 or: 1..: i.dl game on Homewood d tod iv • Mih will alsd be among I pit, nl ' the dinner and eti-j tinm i.t riven l>\ the Alumni As-1 Hioii lit Century Hoof Cjsrdcn,| tmosti. tonight. * * ttone in I’htla. bame Today : and Mrs. (’arryl 11 llryau, of] t - ■ iC. , lain and Mrs. tlreeil oi lkihlgrun, Va.. will attend i Array—Navy game today. 1 Inin strahurn And To See Gantt* ip:ala Jobr s Strahorn and his I i harlt Sirahorn, will be among ■ ■ . witnessing the Army f ' 1 " dash on Franklin ■' ' • Mr Struhoru did not Hu tnp ii> Philadelphia, but n li'ii- tii. day in Washington. and .Mr William L. Marey >tsterda> for Philadelphia, rr tlu-y will be spectators of the A b utball argument toduy. f. Kippere And lily To See (mine John It Rippcre, vicc-prdbl i of John’s Collage, accom ' Mr K pprre and their two - the .Misses Carol and Mar- B>IV i "il make the trip to i '•’vo I 1 'it'lit today to see Saint J -hiR Hopkins tight out I i anr.u 1 h< ti;u contest: 1 Bp Dinner (.nest fuel er, of * Bloom-1 ll 'ir. will spend today ' here she will be the At. s Mary Beck, of n Park avenue. See Gam* '< 1 nl! Reginald H. > it:;,liter?, the Misses 'hfii Hidgely. and son, . went to Baltimore the St John'a-Johns ’ il argument. v ’ v i t . J Tii" Hattie Clow and her daugh acconipanicd by lh t, left today for •end the St. < John's i at Homewood. erin r liitvhie Ml' itti Game ' rt C. Ritchie will be! : thousand Maryland-] ill go to Philadelphia] - ■ and Navy light out football conflict on Vl and his party left over the Baltimore * Bn.in, Prj}r '“s’r* V'r r.(nj T :; - f Eryast. daughter cf r r,V.‘* : ’ -T-£u ; ttu Bryant, of St *tU be married at 3 afternoon at Westminster ' ' -argaret’s, to Chester ; ; son °* Mr. and Mr?. Chca n r '! ory ’ t * iat place. The . .1 ' will he performed by the R r Cowun g - , I | Vi*hinir Shier In Washington Mrs. Water Vltt. of Conduit street. h spending a few days at Cairo Hotel Washington, D. C., with her brotber- I in-law and sister. Captain and Mrs j T. M. Luby. j No Bailees Or Parties \ Here This Week-End Annapolis is literally a “deserted village" today. Practically everyone who is not in Philadelphia to see the j Army-Navy gridiron struggle has gone to Homewood Field, Baltimore, to see St. John's and Hopkins fight out their ancient rivalry. .Because of the absence of the gay throng of week-end visitors, who usually do so much to enliven the so cial life of the city, as well as the de parture for the two football fields of I nearly all of the native residents, i there will be no parties in town to night—even the usual Saturday night dance at Carvel Hall having been called off. Mrs. Ritchie To He Patroness Of Charity Hall Mrs. Albert C. Ritchie mother of Governor Ritchie is listed among the patronesses for the Charity Ball to be given at the Lyric on the cronlng of, January 5. The list, which was an nounced yesterday, includes the names of many other women prominent in tho social life of Maryland. Professor and Mrs. William J King left thiu morning to motor to Philadelphia for the annual Army- Navy football conflict. Prrry- Klddell engagement Announced The engagement of Miss Janet Bid den, daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. Wal ter H. Riddell, of Washington, to Lieut. Benjamin Franklin Perry, U. S. X , has been announced. Lieut. Perry Is assigned to duty as executive officer at the Academy and is also in charge >i~ football affairs. , —1... | -.'l 't = ' i lll — —rn rr- — i i ■ I ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF OUR NEW FOR MONEY EARNERS AND MONEY SAVERS $1 S $ St SPECIAL INVITATION B* Sr f |}< Our Bank extends to every man, woman and MMw 'OTiNowm child in our city and community, a special invitation j ■L to come in and join our new CHRISTMAS CLUB. itart ym Now ItcinasiMAS club 11 II (MSMmiM Ifl j ———— i —| W of small means, those m moderate circumstances and H W m also business men to lay aside money by systematic r *" j/oujy/// Aocg__jfly r deposit, each week. I You can start with Ic, 2c, sc, 10c and increase your deposit the same amount each week, or you can start with 25c, 50c, SI.OO, $2.00, $5.00, SIO.OO, $20.00, or more and put in the same amount each week. I WHAT THE DIFFERENT CLUBS AMOUNT TO IN SO WEEKS 1 cent club pays $12,75 25c CLU ® pAy s $12.50 0 oeBA decreasing CLUBS SI S *sso 2 cent CLUB pays You begin with the largest deposit and $2.00 CLUB PAYS SIOO Decrease your deposits each week. AA iOKA 5 cent CLUB PAYS $63.75 A Very Popular Plan I $16.00 :rr; SSOO 10 cent club pays $127.50 WIU Also Rcccivc lnterest $20,00 club PA y S SI,OOO COME IN AND GET A PASS BOOK ANDJOIN THE CLUB. EVERYBODY WELCOME The Annapolis Banking & Trust Company Comer Main Street and Church Circle j TftK EVLXING CA PI TAT.. AXXAPOTJS. MARYL \XD. S \TVRT)AY. XuXT.MI’.KK $£ %9st. Mubir Rilej And Sn T See Football Scrimmage Major Hugh ft. Riley ami Min. Kid gely Riley, left today to motor to Franklin Field to take in the Artny i Navy football battle. Mr. aud Mrs. Clarence E. Eouche. of 118 Prince George street, were l > * -* Chuml % ST. ANNE’S PARISH (ProUMtanl r:piiM i>ul: 1 ..no.i.-.l 13.) REV. EDWARD l. JOHNSON, I>. D. l!ei't<*r. 7:30 A. M.-—Holy Communion. 11:00 A^l.—Morning Prayer. (First Sunday, Holy Com munion.) 7:30 P. M.- Evening Prayer. All sittings free and unaasigned. BT. TIKE’S CHAPEL RAHTHIAT REV. OGOKGK 4t. SAVAGK. 3:00 P.M.—Suuda.v School. 4:00 P. M.—Evcnifig Service. NAVAL AIADEJII CHAPEL 8:45 A. il. —Celebration of the Holy Communion. On account qj the absence of the ( regiment of midshipmen the service usually held at 10:45 a. in. will be omitted. CALTARf n. E. CHCtoCn W. (V. lUJHGAN. I’Mtof. 9:4sA.M.—Sunday School In Re ligious Education Build ing, Maryland avenue and Prince George street. 9:45A.M.—8 rot her hood Bible) Class, held in church building, State Circle. 11:00 A. M.—Church Nursery. 11:00 A.M.—Sermon by the pastor. 7:16P. M.—Ep wort h -League Bright Hour. 8:00 P.M.—Sermon by tile pastor. 8:00 P. M.—(Wednesday) Church Training School (Senior). among the Annapolitans making the journey to Franklin Field by motor this morning. The condition of Mr. Davy, who was operated upon at the Emergency Hos pital about a week ago. shows steady improvement. 7:30 P.M.—(Friday) Church Training School (Junior). Former service men cordially in vited to services today. ST. MARTIN’S EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHCBCH PKKDEKICK 11. CRAUPKR. Pastor. 9:45 A.M.—Sunday School. 11:00 A. M.—Preaching service. 7:30 P. M.—Evening service. The annual Union Thanksgiving Service will be held at this church on Thursday morning at 10:30. All are invited to these services. A cordial invitation extended to all. COLLEGE AVE. BAPTIST CHURCH DR. JOHN 8, BOWERS, Pa,tor. 10:00 A.M.—Bible Schoo). Fred. Batisum, Supt.. • 11:00 A. M.—- Morning worship. Ser mon by pastor. Subject: “Those Who Are Chosen." 8:00 P.M.—Evening worship. Ser mon by pastor. 8:00 P. M.—(Wednesday)— P*yer meeting. Continued vdy in the Book of Revela tion. | Cordial Invitation to all. ’ TRINITY M. E. CIICRCH. SOUTH iu:v. a. u. otvrxs. ranor. 10:00 A. M.—Sunday School and Men's Bible Class. 11:00 AM.—Preaching by pastor. 7:15 P. M.—Epworth League. 1:00 P.M.—Revival meeting. All services. “* r-- EASTPORT M. R. CRrtCR ItRV. John T. JaKGER. Minuter. 9:30 A. M.-Men'R Bible Class. 11:00 A. M.—Sermon by pastor. 2:30 P. M.—Sunday School. 7:15 P. M.—Ep worth League. 8:00 P. M.—Pennon by the pastor. Subject: "Kelighm and I J--...-. _ . Politics.” .. The public is cordially invited to ail Tservices * EDWARDS CIIAPEL REV. JOHN Tj JAIkiER, Minuter. $:00 P. If. —Sunday School. 3:00 P.M. —Sermon by the pastor. 8:00 P.M.—Enworth League. The public cordially invited to all services. ! CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES *• STATE CIRCLE 10:00A.M. —Sunday School, i 11:00 A.M.—Subject: “Ancient and Modern Necromancy. Alias Mesmerism and Hypnotism, Denounced. The reading room is open every Wednesday from 3 to 5 P. M.. where all authorized Christian Science lit erature may be read, borrowed or pur chased. All cordially welcome. BIBLE STUDENTS Knight, r Prthla, Hall 10:00 A.M.—Children’s Bible Class. 11:00 A. M.—Bible study. The Di vine Plan of the Ages. 7:30 P.M.—Discourse by j. P. L. Trautfelter, o f Balti more. j All are welcome. EASTPOfcT BAPTIST CHURCH Dfi. John Howard eager, vhm. 11 :D0 a_ M —Morning worship. Sub ject: “The Gospel of the Sparrow." 2:30 P.M.—Sunday School. John Stokes, Supt. 7:00 P.M.—B. Y. I*. Union. . S:00P. M.—Evening worship. Sub ject: "The Lord and The Book.” 10:00 A. M. *— (Thursday) Union Thanksgiving Service. Subject: “The Ameri can Situation,“ by Rev. J. T. Jaeger; “Thanksgiv ing with Reference to the International Situ ation,” by Rev. John il. Come and unite with u* and get the promised blessing PRESBYTERIAN (RtR( R KKV. S. E. PERSONS, I>. MluUter. 9:50A.M.--Sunday School. 11:00 A. M --Sermon by the pastor. 8:00 P. M.—Evening service. Il lustrated lecture on So-, cial and Political Count- i tious in India. Thanksgiving Union Service at the Lutherap Church at 10:30 Thursday. Sermon by Dr. Persons. Offering' t o , Emergency Hospital. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH a (COLORED) REV. H. r. PIKRCK. Ta.ter. P. TRRREL Cbarcb Clerk. 11:00 A.M.—Sermon by the pastor 1:00 P. M.—Sunday School. 8:00 P.M.—Sermon by the Rev Rosa, of Baltimore. 8:00 P.M.—Sermon by the 9-year old boy. 8:00 P. M. (Tuesday) Sermon by Rev. T. L. Jones, of i Springfield, Mass. S:00P. M. —(Friday) Sermon by Rev. T. L. Jones. All are welcome. MT. MORIAH A. 9L E. CHURCH REV. P. J. JORDAN. Pator. 11:00 A.M.—Sermon by Rev. R. A Green, A. M.. ex-chaplain of thK.U. S. A. i 2:30P. M.—Sunday School. } 5:00 P.M.—A- C. E. League, j 7:30 P. M.—Song and Praise Serv ■**' . PILLS i.w— i j j .. _ EAGLE“MIKADO No. 174 for Sale at your Dealer Made in five grade* ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND EAGLE MIKADO 1 EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK S:O0 P. 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