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I/* Dispatches ot late 1 oeW s ate published in 1 The Evening Capital. I ,rnLisHH> rvr.it t evening except bcndays. |\.ii IAXVIi No. U 4. pi SPEAKS IN TRITE TO DECEASED ELKS Ivernor Delivers Oration At ■Ceremonies By Annapolis ■Lodge. Part Of Nation-wide ■ Memotial To Departed Broth let Exercises Were Inspiring. Hlendid musical PROGRAM RENDERED Hv.itnrv'l by uu eloquent utul ap- H.j.ri.i'i’ addres.* t v Governor Alter! ■ Ritchie. himself u Klk, Annapolis Hu'' N< 622 of tin* Benevolent and Huvtiv.' Order of KIKk yesterday Hrmsoi at the Circle Playhouse Hi tloir anfiual Memorial Service H their departed dead. Hi sa l * an inspiring occasion, us H'l-rvirc always Is, and left ail In- Hl le impression on the large audi- Hr the climax being reached when H Naval \cudetuy orchestra, under Hfessor Sima, rendered the nutnleri Hitleil In Mrmorlam —Taps—I)edi- Hi to our deceased Brothers."l Hi l'cmitiful part of the program H tli t inaugurated by the late Pro-j Har Charles A. Zimmerman, and H tuture with the Annapolis Lodge.! H at no time has the rendition ot Him more effective than at thej Hite yesterday. Preceding this j H r inspiriug niusicnl numbers had Hu rendered, notably, “The Vacant Hir." by Mrs. Philip Miller, uccom-; Hied l.y Lieutenant .1 W. Crosley at H I‘i.iiio; “Nearer, My God, to Thee," i H.Vr.i KitUard G. Chaney; and two Hlitions by a quartet consisting of' H Miller. Mrs. Chaney. Charles II H.ii iun ami Godfrey Dclninger, the Httiuus being “I Will laiy Me In in Peace," and “Oh! Let Him! He r Sorrow No Belief Cun Find." Hiiv opening and closing prayers Hv by Kev. Edward I). Johnson.) H Hector of St Anne's Church, and j HttTt ruoTiit'.n were conducted by the | uf the Annapolis t.odge of ■>. wit!i william C. McCready, Ex- H: Kuler, presiding. t ton. Kildile’s Address H"" d'euie of the Governor's a*d- B" "as "The Spirit of Kratferutil ■ mid pointing to the "Buriat! Hb'' of ancient days as the first Bm/i I manifestation of it. he trac-| ■ : ic tlcvelopmciit of this spirit to |H present time when it linds its | ft nntlnueil On I'avr 4.) ■HI ' DESIRABLE GIFTS I t Jl Prices 1 hat I*lease IV ONI ,Y for GOOD JEWELRY NO 1 for “Terms” or “Time” Solid 14-Kt. White Gold C°idK Brush & Mirror _-v - -~-y . I Undsome design IS Rings' CUFFLINKS Henuiifal 6olid Gold; Artistic Design Designs * 1 rom up t n*r**>d J t , Enf*W Free ni rtl- Deposit Holds Anything Until Wanted u carry a complete stoefc <>f all nationally advertised sin h as i Waterman Fountain Pens Big Ben Clocks La Tausca Pearls Eversharp Pencils ___________ : | I OLD RELIABLE JEWELER I T. COROSH 1 | 180 Main Street gg I mm® burning (UnpUal. EASTPORT VOLUNTEER FIRE COMPANY TREAS. ■: SUBMITS HIS REPORT J In a report of the financial con ditlou of the Eastport Volunteer Fire Company, subinitted l.y W. P. Propst. ' treasurer of the organization, it is set : forth that the company was formed . in 1919 and that it now lias on hand the following property which is fully paid for: One American Areola heating, plant $375; 1,300 feet of fabric fire hose SS4O; extra suction hose for fire truck. 1 $194 37; carnival merchandise oil hand. $494.75; 1 desk, pool table, victrola 50 chairs, $170; shed 18x24 for storing purposes, $100; cash on hand includ ing negotiable notes, SI.OOO 23. Total, $3,274.35. It also was shown that improve inents on buildings, lights, coal, gaso line and oils have cost in three years the sum of $1,783.47; and that of the total cost of SII,OOO paid for the Am criern-La France Fire Truck, $5,500 has been paid, leaving u balance of $5,500 yet to le paid off. UNIVERSITY CLUB'S PROGRAM ON THURSDAY The following program will In given at the next meeting of the Cni versity Club, which v.ill take place ai 8 o’clock on Thursday night at Me Dowell Hall; i "Turkish History Since the World War,” Dr. H. W. Burgan. pastor o' Calvary Methodist Episcopal Church; "Home of the Causes for the National ! Uprising in Turkey,” Lieut. J. F Ostrader, U. S. Navy, of the Post Graduate School, formerly on Admiral , Bristol's setatT; "The Moslem Men ace.” Assistant Professor C. L. Lewis of the Department of English, former ly of Robert College. Constantuiople E. AND E. CAKE SHOP OPEN FOR BUSINESS The Emily trnd Elizabeth Cake Shop kept by Mrs. Johu CruVen and bn daughter. Mrs. Elisabeth Wyman, whe in summer run a. tea house at James town. R. \l, is biice more open for orders and will supply cakes, pies doughnuts, cookies, sandwiches and salads on order. Mrs. Craven and Mrs. Wyman started this business i year ago ami it has proved U'ghly suc cessful. 'iiliilil MEM 7.■ - • Elected Captain By Players Who Faced West Point—Barchet Close Rival Arthur C. Carney, of New York. 1 will lead the Navy football team dur- I -tig the season of 1923. succeeding I Vincent Conroy who will ! c graduat r cd next June. His election was ef fected at a meeting’of players who participated in the game against the Army Cadets at Philadelphia Novem ber 25. Carney has played left guard on the •earn for the past three years and-is , the heaviest man of the squad, weigh ing alout 215 pounds. Conroy, the retiring captain, played quarterback. The election of Garuey was uot un expected. a* it ,was kuown that„tUo choice would te ictween him and Steve Barchet. Maryland loy, who has teen the mainstay in the backileld during the last two years. Four Others Eligible Three other players were eligible for the honors, viz.: Carl Cullen, of Washington. D. C., and Ira McKee, Pennsylvania,’ both halfbacks, and Bob O. Matthews. Colorado, centre Carney, however, has played in more regular games than any of the others. Besides Captain Conroy, the Mid-j dios will lose four others of the reg ular team by graduation, as follows: i Parr and W. S. Taylor, ends; Bolles. j left tackle, and Winkjor, guard. Bob Folwell will continue as coach (f unilAHwl an Par* * • LOUIS A. FISHER DIES AT HOSPITAL Louis A. Fisher, 75 yeans old. well known in Annapolis, died at Emer gency Hospital Saturday night from the effects of a stroke of paralysis! which lie suffered several weeks ago' Mr. Fisher had been for many years i caretaker of Red Men’s Hail. Francis! street, and was a member of the | Chesapeake Tribe of Red Men. Mr. Fisher is survived by one sis i ter, Mrs. William F. Clark. 395 Chesa peake avenue. Eastport, fr >m which address the funeral will be held to morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. Fun eral Directors James S Taylor and Sons have charge of arangement':. - A •,. y • — : • BffcDlE” SCORED BY LOCAL GOLF PLAYER A golf record was made yesterday on the local links when Prof. Alex ander Dillingham, of 12 Thompson i slroet, got a "birdie” on the sixth hole. Although one of the shortest i holes of the course, the player is uii able to see the green from the tee ; which makes it unusually remarkable j to get a one for the hole. Attention, Juniors You are requested to meet at the hpll TUESDAY, DECEMBER o, 1922. hi 2 P. M. to.attend the funeral of Brother Lewis Fisher. j , ? VV T. SCIULK. .f* j Lid iM®. l ' DO YOUR 1 Xmas Shopping EARLY Here is a List from which to make a Selection: Here is a list from which to make a selection: Auto Robes, Boy Scout Axes and Knives. Daisy Air Rifles. Everready Flash Lights. lugersoll amt Westclork Watches. Sets of Irwin Bits, ,t Sets of Wrenches Chest of Stanley Tools. Shot Guns, and Rifles, j: Pocket Knives and Toys. Carving Sets. Ij: White Coaster Wagons, j Electric Household Appliances. ' China. Glassware and Novelties j ‘Other articles too numerous tc mention. |j: ~ ANY OF THESE ARTICLES j CAN BE PURCHASED FROM THE Henry B. Myers I | Company J! 4b-49 WEST STHEEI. A j i Annapolis, Md. jg Acd will make a good Christmas I R Gift. ' , ESTABLISHED IN 1884. . AXXAPOULS. MD.. MONDAY. DECEMBER 4, AfcHT - NAVY GRIDIRON ’ CAPTAINS “PREPPF.IT AT BAM E SCHOOL <l** The Awoiiilfd IVm.I j ( li NEW YORK. Dec. 4 ' have faced each oMicr 'over the. . I * scrimmage line before in grid- ! > iron history, but what is consid ered a novel incident has occur red as a result of the selection of Arthur G. Carney, cf New York to lead the football forces at An napolis next year. Carney is u graduate of Morris High School. New York, and during his “prep” • school davs when he played guard on the Morris High team Ills closest friend was Dennis Mul -1 ligan. who played at tackle and who recently was elected to cap lain the Army team for 1923. i '' '* BLAZE BADLY DAMAGES TROLLEY CAR OF f, B A. Fire which broke out yesterday morning 1 adlv tUmragjfed a passenge: car of the Washington, Baltimore a“d j Annapolis Electric Railways. The I car was on a siding In the yards o'* ithe West street terminal of M:e road. Tiie 1 laze la thought to have l-f-u* caused by an overheated stove. The flames were confined ch’efly to "io top of the*car. a large portion of which was turned away. The fact that the bnrniiig car was close ly a uiimter of frame buildings on West street, a general alarm was sounded, and all of the city fire fight ing apparatus responded. The lire fighters soon extinguished the blaze;- The damaged ear ws afterwcriUlaken to the roud’s repair shops-at Academy Junction. Death Of Mrs. E. Spruill A telegram has been received by Mrs. William Simpson announcing the death of her sister. Mrd. Edith Spruill (nee Tuerst. at Edenton. N, C. Mrs ' Spruill’s death, which was caused bj diabetes, occurred last Friday. 8 COLLEGE STUDENTS. ARE BURNER TO DEATH (llv Tin- AKM><-ialol I’ren#.) AVATKRVILLE. ME.. Dec. 4. -Three students of Colby College were burned to death early today when fire de stroyed one section of North College, the original college uilding erected in 1820. The dead are: Alton I>. Andrews. , Bel fas*., and Charles M. Treworgy. 1 East Surrey. Seniors, and Warren L Frye, Revere, Mass., a Freshman. ! BASKET-BALL and DANC !E COMPANY "M" ■ J vs. ANNAPOLIS ATHLETIC CLUB I uesduy, December 5 o— j Basketball, lie.; Dance. 50c GAME 7:30 I*. M. dO NOTICE A stolen ring, two Ulue stones and 1 one diamond in tup. was dropped ou Francis street Thanksgiving after i noon. $.5.00 reward, no questions asked for return to H. V. Wiley, 2GB King George street. . d-5 trill MVfm fWiTI mma * * i’ THANKS FOR PLENTY }j; •' r A’ou. too will be able to gi/e thauks for plenty if you start a savings account witb this bank; it will mean the start of a new life and will lead the way to In independence. li j “Personal service to all" | | —THE— In * - Annapolis Banking & Trust Co. .. 1 Cor. Main St. * Church Circle bHe todiy \}i' ■ “Tiger” Makes Address In Mary land Historical Society Building •By Tli AMtM'latril FrrM.) BALTIMORE. Dee. 4.—Georges riemenctju. hailed by Judge Henry Stoekbridge. vice-president of the Maryland Historical Society, as “the most memorable ligure this century lias produced." declared in a brief ad dress here today that he would take the folowiug message back to France: “Don't fear. America is in the same place. The gratitude-she- lm us is on such a solid foundation that it can not be moved forever.” The "Tiger" of Frauee spoke In the Historical Society building, after he had 1 een driven for an hour through the streets that Ills fellow country men traveled over on his last visit to America. The crowd was not dense along the roof, nor was there any wild acclaim save at spots, where thousands ol school children had gathered, notab ' y in Mount Vernon Place, about the nonuniont to Washington. In the square there was a great waving of flags and cheering. The welcome (( nnllnurd On !'• 4.) ,, Young Men’s Club To Meet The Young Men’s Club of St. Anne*# Parish will meet on Friday evening a' 7:30 at the Pairsh House. Duke ol Gloucester street. EASTPORT DRIVE FOR EMERGENCY HOS. PANTRY A special meeting of the Eustpori Parent-Teachers' Association has been called by the president Tor tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 and will lie held ii the school house. The object of tin meeting is to make plans for th drive for the -Emergency Hpspita pantry. All persons interested In tin hospital are urged to attend thlr meeting, which is not confined t members of the association alono. Advent Services In St. Anne’s The following services will lie held tjiis week in St. Anne's Church: i Wednesday and Friday, 10 u. m. morning prayer and Litany. Thursday, 7 a. in.. Holy Com, uiunion. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday am* Friday. 5 p. m.. evening prayer. LOCKS REPAIRED KEYS MADE Keep out cold aud install spring bronze Weatherstrip for windows and doorsf Solid Brass LETT E R S Slot installed aud furnished. F. J. FLOOD REPAIR WORK OF ALL KINDS 47 Doan St. phone 378-M. Attention, Red Men! ! i Members of Chesapeake Trllu No - 32, Improved Order of Red Men, are * requested to rnout at theijr Wigwam * Francis street, tomorrow. TUESDAY, at 2:30 P. M. to attend the funeral of Brother Fisher. By order of the tribe, JOHN M- DAWES. d 4 Sachem. ; NOTICE! FARMERS NATIONAL BANK Annapolis, Md., 7th December. 1322 The Anuual Meeting of the Stock j holders of this Bank will be had at the Banking House in the City of All • napolis at 12 o’clock Noon, ou lues | day the 3th of January. 1323. for the ion of Directors aud the transac il&e f such other business as ni*i T legally 3Ulioit*e<l L. D. GASSAWAT. Cashier. j < i|. m C. N. HERMAN OPTICIAN Eyes Examined. Glasses Fitted -180 MAIN ST. In Jewelry Store of , P. COBOSH. STAGE All SET FOR '| FIRST PERFORMANCE 1 OF EOS' BIG SHOW The opening performance of “The Garden of the Shah." a musical mm- ] edy in three acts, will be presenter! ! tonight at the Circle Playhouse under the auspices of Annapolis Lodge No 622, Elks, and every indication seems to point to this year's big show as being one of the best ever produced by the local fraternal organization. Another performance also will be i given at the Circle tomorrow night. For many weeks the eight princi pals and the supporting east of forty persons have Icon rehearnfiig' dili gently for the gala musical pfoduc* .ion, and tonight should find every- , 1 one "letter perfect" In his or her •vert. As a matter of fact, those who s have been In attendance at the rehar- t sals are confident that Aunapolitaus , will be agreeably surprised when they s attend the show and see for them selves just how "big time” this uiu-i- ; cal extravaagnza de luxe really is. * The three acts of the opera are J supposed to take place in Persia, in t the garden of Pcrunah. the Shah, aud j from beginning to end the show is re- s plete with "catchy" songs and aunts- j ing situations. CO. "M" INI 10 ; MEET A. AX TEAM i Company "M." the lo<-al unit of the 1 First Infantry. Maryland Natio: ul ‘ Guard, has organized its basketb .11 j team for the season, and hidicstloi:- * bid fair for the development of o 1 stronger quint than the team of li st * year. The schedule, new in course >, 1 preparation, promises to afford evo i- 1 ings of pleasure to devotees of tT ,r. • indoor sport. Games will bo book tl • with teams from various sections of 1 the State. < The soldier lads will open their 1 season tomorrow' evening by playing j 1 the team of the Annapolis Athlete ' Club in the State armory. James A i- 1 derson is captain of the team and is 1 1 also acting us coach .in which capac. y ' he is giving untiring energy to pc/- 1 plav of his cohorts “(gifts Shat ' w Solve your -dS®X - (Ulinstnmii (Sift prob- Sy lems by seeing us. J // Suitable presents as j ' low as one dollar. Bar Pins arc Always Appreciated by the Women Folks. Latest creations in Wit aud Hk yellow - 5 hi birtbstunes. ’• __.u.n ] Diamonds. Set in pluMmuh afr I lk i|^ ' gold with blue :-.appbln.*s and !| pearls. $55 up. LL^fr^grr^?'.? 1 — J" 3*.rrs, I X — T. . —A/ ■■■_—/ 1. . - „ r> .;_ i DIAMOND SOLITAIRE] Special— A Birthstones Genuine fiflJjaKgift 1- ibruary—Amethyst. ; blue-white , tt— * , SESEST , i. 1 j It May—Emerald. diamonds y u june-iean. L - - July—itubv. . 1 set in the latest f 1.1 )L > A i- i I, ./I 1 September—Sappblr* r .~^ i- tvlr Ir r-rrrS —'ll October—Opal. ♦ " ‘ e oLjTIC li V JJ November—Topaz. ' ~ —• •' . • >^— Deeein her—Turnuoise. mountings. SJO.OO j ' RINGS- Solid Gold * [ V \ $ £?• 00 - I Others 135.00 upwards Up OPEN LATE AT NIGHTS A SMALL DEPOSIT IS ALL THAT IS REQUIRED TO RESERVE ANY ARTICLE FOR XMAS. j|jj MAIN STREET ° LR M&vmm % Store mmtis S III! 1 THE WEATHER: * Rain tonight and Tuesday. Wanner to night. COUrUEiIENSIVK LOCAL AND QKN2RAL NEWS. PRICE TWO CENTS. MIDDIES' DANCE WAS SUPERVISED, SAJSDFFICER Lieutenant R. S. Berkey, Senior Assistant In Executive De partment Testifies Before Na val Board Of Investigation To day—Minute Details Given. BOISTEROUS CONDUCT WAS BY CIVILIAN I hat the proper nianagemen was given preliminary affairs, and supervision maintained over the hall given by the regiment of midshipmen in the Bellevue- Stratford hotel, Philadelphia, on the night of November *25, follow ing the Army-Navy football game, was the testimony given today before the naval board of investigation which is holding sessions here with tin* view of fixing the ldame and responsibil ity for the alleged wholesale drinking and “disgraceful con duct” on the part of the students in connection with the affair. How I’lnns Wore Super* Im-<I The witness before tho Investigat ing body wa* Lieut. It. S. Berkey, se nior assistant In the executive or dis cipline department at tho Naval Academy. Lieut. Uorkey to whom fell the major portion of the duty in giv ing approval to plans for the bfg func tion, gave a detailed recital from the time the students first launched the ball project, up to and including his attendance at the affair. He told of several conferences held by him with Midshipman Casteru, chairnjan of the midshipmen's hop committee, which arranged for the ball;' that invita tions were issued in accordance with a .select list, and to avoid ugainst "un desirables." .gaining admission to tlie dance floor, proper identification cards also were Issued. Furthermore, lie said the management of the hotel detailed special detectives and hotel ff iHiMniiM * - /n. - AS.