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A Disp* tcbM . c *. l tt # ill •* -ft ivniifij *Ff**- I ,rm. Ditto evtyt *vknixq except rcndats. I'm! I.XWII —Nd <. pom PUNT STOCKHOLDERS GETTING BUST Of Shareholders Of ■Dairy And Ice Cream Manii ■factory Establishment To Be ■Held Here Friday To Award Building Contract. lILI. BE ERECTED AT [I COST OF ABOUT $38,000 Bt :i meeting r>f the Ktoekholdors of 1 I *;>• oT-jranAnnupolis Dairy! BdurM Company. which will bo hold | ■> Friday, the contract will be Brdr I for the erection of, a tbor- ; ■hi) modern plant, to cost about ■rmft, whlcli will he used by the K in the conduct of its business.! Lr< and dirociors of thr new com* ■v also will be elected nt Friday’s ■tint;. ■:,i. ror construction of tho build* i ■ have been opened, and that sub* ■ \ by lican Brothers, local con* i ■tfir atid builders, was found to j Hv’ mo t advantageous of #he sev- 1 ■ lids In all that were received! Bp Annapolis and Ilaltimore con-j Btors The new Imllding will be Brnnercte and steel ami will be 1 Bi,.i on the West street tract of, B purchased several months ago B ihe Washington, Baltimore and 1 H. polls electric I tail way Company, < B |'bn I.Munched In Summer B \nnapnlD Dairy Products (’om* B\ is the outgrowth of plans form- Brp during tnc past summer by Hai- A liU/ouby, president of the 1 Hn>>l.s Creamery Company, und j Hi h'unn. of the Chnpln-Kacks Com-1 B ice cream manufacturers of Bh nzmn. It (’.. which included the Br;i!a>n of the local creamery oom- B by the new organization for the Htr e of conducting the dairy and' B cronm manufacturing business B on sn extensive scale. H ItelajK Were Kneountercd Hi; m* it was expected to have the Brr effected and the new building B "ii ,t wa> toward completion long Hrc this, unavoidable delays, it was Hi.], h.r.e prevented the full plans ■ h ir.: completed until the pres- B' :r '‘ Now , however, it is nn- H" i. construction work will be H-1 immediately, and it is expect ■" ha\e th* plant fully completed iCuntlnnrrt on |**ge Z.t !'fsirable giftsll Jit Prices That Please ONLY for GOOD JEWELRY NOT for “Terms" or “Time" ' ofep Solid 14-Kt. White Gold 16 Jewel] Movfmm >. Brush & Mirror iandsome design f| rings' CUFF LINg Solid Gold; Artistic Design From up Up Engraved Ffs \ n *4 ved Fre * | 1 nail Deposit Holds Anything Until Wanted '■ carry a complete stock of all nationally advertised such a rman Fountain Pens Big Ben Clocks La Tausca Pearls Eversharp Pencils 10 RELIABLE JEWELER P. COROSH I 180 Main Street (tfnenintj Capital. 10 RAISE MEMBERSHIP IN SUNDAY SCHOOLS Campaign Now Has Been Ex tended To Counties Of " The State 300 FOR ANNE ARUNDEL In Baltimore, the Maryland Sunday School Association for two winters has had n successful 10,000 member ship campaign. The plan is now ex* tended to the counties. Anne Arundel coufty has. a Sunday j School population of 4.231 or 21 per rent, of the white population. The i 'Biota fixed for the county by April 1. 1023, is 300. s , Stnle Well To Front Not including our colored populn tion, Maryland lacks only 2 per cent, of equalling in enrollment the best Sunday School state In the Union. Pennsylvania. The Eastern Shore carries off the honors, it is expected I that the giving of quotas will become a permanent plan for tho state. Every | county president sub-divides the quota of his county to the schools, which | In turn sub-dlvldes from Cradle Roll jto Home Department The count will be made from April 1. 1922, to April jl. 1923. If the 300 schools of Baltimore gain 10,000 a year, tho lfoo of / ihe coun ties should at least do as well. A New Building St. John’s Lutheran Church of Hag i crsiown, November 19; dedicated one of tho largest Sunday School build ings ever erected in the United States. It cost $120,000 and there is not a j dark corner in it. The pastor of thej j church is Dr. J. E. Harms. i . Three Parades Frederick; Hagerstown and West* 1 minster have recently had monster men’s Bible Class parades These* filled the largest hall of their respec tive cities for tho address following and thousands were unable to gain admission. Dr. William H. Morgan spoke nt Westminster, Dr. Peter Aina* lie at Frederick and Dr. C. W. Brew baker at Hagerstown; < ~ r- To Start Esperanto Class At 3:15 tomorrow’ an Esperanto class will be organized at the Grara nutr Sfchooi by the Rev. James L. Smiley. Adults as well as large chil dren will be admitted to the class. There will te no charge for this class j beyond the price of the grammar which costs one dollar and a halJL^ ANNAPOLIS; MD,. WF.DNKSDAV. DECEMBERS- DEATH CIAWSPHILIP";: I. MILLER '62 FBRMER j GOVEfINMENT EMPLOYEE The many friends of PhiUp Jamnrt Miller, 62 years old. will regret to 'earn ct his doath which occurred at the Emergency Hospital here early today, following un illness of diabetes 1 Surviving him are a widow and two children—Mrs, Pophnm. wife of Wil- ] liam F. Popham, of Annapolis; and Mrs. ( Cochran, wife of Lieutenant-1 Commander Schamyl Cochran, of the i Navy. Mr. was ap expert mechanic,! and for 3t years he had 1 ce.n a gov*' ornment employee in the department of steam eiigiuorring at the Naval Academy. , Impaired health brought about his retirement front active duty al ont 2 } ! ear ago. For several months he underwent treatment for diabetes 1 it Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, and although he rallied to some ex tent. attending physicians stated his ailment was an aggravated one, and little hone was entertained for his ul timate recovery. In the enrlv days of bis manhood i Mr. Miller took a prominent part in athletic affairs. He was a memler of! the old Severn Boat Club crew nearly j 30 years ago, and also an active mem-! her of the Annapolis Bicycle Club.! one time a flourishing organization. I ile was a thirty-second degree Mason,! and the funeral which will bo held I from bis late residence, 1 Southgate i avenue. Murray Hill, Friday :.t l:::•* j o. m.. 'will be conducted according to j he ritual of that lodge. Burial, will te in St, Anne’s cemetery. TNtnyr.tl directors’ James S. Taylor at id Sons have charge of arrangements. "COL.” OWENS SLOWLY REGAINING HEALTH James W. Owens, lawyer and Con federate veteran of Annapolis, has re turned te bis home on King George street, where he is convalescing from an operation which he"had performed about three weeks ago. the operation ! 1 eing for the removal of a cataract, i He was a patient at the Presbyterian eye, ear and throat hospital, Balti more. Though still in a weakened ‘ condi tion, Mr. Owen's genera! condition of health is slowly improving. He will | not be able to leave his residence for several days, however. The many friends of Mr. Owens are glad to learn of his recovery from the delicate op- S oration. He is one of the city’s old est citizens, having rounded the four score-anrt-two mark on Septemlor 29 last. 0 MRS. M. F. WILSON DIES AT HOME OF NIECE Mrs. M. Frances Wilson, widow of the late Virgil Wilson, died this morn ing at 9 o’clock at ihe residence of her niece, Miss. Rdsa Wilson, of Friendship. Airs. Wilson was a daughter of the l3te Dr. Benjamin Cpfr/. and had a wide bfrch* rtf ‘friends in Anne Arundel county. She was SI years bid. Wilson is survived by a sister Miss Rosalie Carr, of tho Chase Ffomc this city. Soccer At St. John's i ; The soccer team of Baltimore City , i College arrived in Annapolis this aft-; j ornoou to engage the cadets of St. j | John’s College. The game got uo-j ! der way at 3:30 o’clock. ; $1 0 Reward 1 FOR INFORMATION LEADING | TO ARREST OF PERSON WHO STOLE COLT 45 PISTOL No. Sl9O FROM ARMORY. CAPT. D. J MURPHY. special mkhtino: j MOTHERS’ CIRCLE AT 3:13 P M.. Thursday, December 17, 1922 at tub grammar school Alt mothers soil member* are urged to be present. <IC i LOCKS REPAIRED KEYS MADE Keep out cold and install spring bronze Weatherstrip for windows and doors! ■ j Solid Eras* LETTERS Slot installed aud furnished. F. J. FLOOD Ij REPAIR WORK OF ALL KINDS jj , 4?- Dean St. Phone 375-. M. ESTABLISHED IN 1884. "TiGER" HAS BUSY DAY 111 WASHiiTd Addresses War College Officers And Pays Visit To Unknown SoldicT’s Grave tlljr The Vomm-Iml**! Pre*. > WASHINGTON. Dec. The dig nity of ihe United States War Col jlere was shattered for a, moment to- i ! day when Major-Generals. Brigadiers,l j Colonels utid officers of lesser rank. • gate Georges Clemenceau three cheers !and a ■ ‘•tigor.’’ y Major r General Ms Glas ltlin. Cum i manhunt of . the College. ws cheer leader, masking his rooters on the front steps of the college building as 1 the tiger of France emerged after de-i ■ livering a thirty-minute address. Before lie Vent to the War Col-i lege. M. Clemetwean went to Arling-i ion and baring his hehd. htid a huge, wreath on the grave of America's un-1 known soldier. Also Visit* Washington’* Tomb Later he embarked on the naval i j yacht Sylph, which had been loa'-.e I ! |bv Secretary ITenby for a trip to i ; George Washington’s temb at Mo int ■ ! Vernon. j Cletneneeau's talk was half a iri ibute to the nart played bv American j soldiers in the Great War aud half M'nnttnuM Om P(r X.) Six Kitted When I Planes Crash At J Langley Field <lty The Actr,a ) j NEWPORT NEWS, VA., Dec. 6. j Major Guy L, Gearhart, Captain Bon-1 ■ ton A. Doyle and four, enlis.ed men were killed at Langley F'ieltf today i when a Martin bombing plane, carry* •irg five or them, and a Fokker scout ing machine, piloted JF the major, collided about 250 feet in the'air, both machines crashing in earth in flames The dead enlisted men are: Sergeant Marsiek, Cleveland, Ohio; Private F. J. Blunk*. Chicago; Priv ate Thomas Jordan DeepsLep. Geor gia; Private Leon ltolns; Philadel phia/ Major Gearhart’s home was a : Leavenworth. Kansas, while Captain i Doyle Is a native of St. lx>uts. The boaiber, piloted by Captain Doyle, was leading a formation and was making a banking when the Fuk ker arose in the air from a long take off. The smaller machine struck ihf Martin almost amidships, cutting oft the tail of the bomber. Both planes < hovered a moment and then burst intc flames. Private Rolas leaped from th< bomber as it neared the earth, but was fatally injured and died a short t-m< later at the hospital. The others wen pinned beneath the two machines! which fell in one place, and befort i aid could reach them, their bodi<n 1 were burned flmost beyond reeogni ] tion. WARNING f THOSE j CHRISTMAS GREENS This is the reason of the year, when (property owners, especially along the j highways, should exercise the utmost I vigilance in protecting their ever- J greens, holly, running pine, laurel land the like. j The gathering of Christmas greens became such a serious matter, be i cause of vandalism practiced, that the ; Legislature of 1918 enacted a special ! law covering the suhject. This law intakes it a misdemeanor, with a fine jof $25.00 or 90 days imprisonment, or both, to remove. Injure, or rie •stroy any trees or shrubs, without the : written consent of the owner, or ex cept under his personal direction. The State Board of Fore-ary i& rn oQeraling with land owners in the en i forcement of this law. and will be I I glad to furnish, without charge, sutt ’ able posters for the protection of (property to any who may desire them, ji Apply for these posters to the ! Maryland State Board of •Forestry, RJ.> '(Calvert Building. Baltimore. Md. THUGS ATTSCK NEGRO OF ANTTAPOtIS AND ROB HIM OF $206 * i Levi© Kellor. colored, of ion Cal vers street, this city, was beaten am” rolthcd of $206 lv two unidentified negroes el McElderry and Aisqnith ; streets. Bfclt into re. last night. accord i in to a story told to police of that ' city today. Keller is now in John j | Hopkins Hospital, whore It was stated' I lie is suffering from a deep laceration i of the head, said to have been inflicted ! j by a penknife, and bruises about the j I bond s . . - . . Keller told police that he war! on the way 'to fcee j 1 KeHer, iro2 Jefferson street. While I ; he was walking east on McElderrj ! i ‘'►root, near Aisquitti, two men alight. j ! ed from an antomobilo and ashed him! for a match, lie attempted to go on when one of the men struck him with a bludgeon, and the other attempted to cut his throat with a penknife. It j was then he threw up his hands to, protect himself, he said, that he war ■ cut. The two men, after robbing him I jumped into the machine and speeded _ east on McElderry street. Keller furnished the police of the) Northeastern district with n good de i scrip:ion of his assailants. GERMANTOWN CLUB TO MEET TOMORROW I The Patrons’ Club of Germantowr School will hold its regular mertlnp , tomorrow afternoon at 3 'o’clock ’ , Preceding this meeting, from 2:30 tr, : t, Miss Elmore’s classes will enter ! tain. , * : MILLERSVILLE GIRL j | RESERVES GET FUNDS; A very successful entertainment look place at. Millersville Consolidat ed School on Monday night when Kirkman Brothers’ free moving pic ture demonstration and educational films was given. Mrs. Alehin Stew art, chairman of the Girl Reserves of the school and her committee, Mrs i Mason Childs, Mrs. E. N. Parrish, Mrs * J. M. Classy and. Miss Elizabeth Joyce. ! arranged for the free showing of t.hr I pictures, and . enough money was rea ' lizeri from the sale of ice cream, cakf and candy to buy basketry and ham mock materials to supply the sehon’ children for some time to come. Eastport Society To Meet The Eastport Nurses' Aid Society i will hold its regular monthly meetini tomorrow- evening at 7:20 o’clock nf the residence of Mrs.. 'Percy Clark ' Third street. Pantry Drive Now On The pantry drive for the Emergent*? | Hospital will be conducted this week rPersons who have donations for thr hospital pantry rnn have them col i iected if they notify Mrs. John. Taylor j i 1,88 Duke of Gloucester street. Pbom ; ! 553. DO voun .. I Xmas Shopping I EARLY I f I I Icre is a List from which to - ! fl Selection: ' Auto Robes, Bor Scout Axes and Knives, Daisy Air Rifles, Everrearty Flash Lights. Ingersoll and Westclock Watches. Sets of Irwin Bits, * s Sets of Wrenches ] Chest of Stanley Tools, j Shot Guns and Rifles, I Pocket Knives and Tnvs. * jj Carving Sets, jj White Coaster Wagnhk. "Jj Electric Household Appliances, i j, China. Glassware and Novelties 1; ‘ ' Other articles too numerous tc mention. _ j, * tf ' * } ? j —ir * jj ANY OF THESE ARTICLES i CAN RE PURCHASED FROM | Ij 'I ft IF. Jj 1 Henry B. Myers ij Company 45-49 WEST STREET. Annapolis. Md. And will make a good Christmas j * j Gift. i HIGH SCHOOL COURT ! TEAM READY FOR FRAY- Basketball Squad Of Local Insti tiution Held Its First Practice Monday SCHEDULE IS ARRANGED Last Monday afternoon the basket j hall team of the* Annnpolii Hig I School held its first practice. A fin j squad was out. inelnding most of las ; year’s regulars. Rice and Smith, t>v j of last year’s men. will probably b: ( this Reason's forwards. Williams cm ; Duckett, both experienced players, ar I likely to be Coach Brewer’s choice t< ! defend the Annapolis quintet's goal j At centre, either Gcssner. Crandui:. o i Cantler, will do the jumping. Guard Candidates Plentiful There are plenty of guards in evi deuce five. Stocked, Anderson While. Armstrong and Maeaiuso froir i last season’s Intermediate team - Wilrnth, Turner. Trader, Keller mr’ Wicgand are others who have aspira tions to make the team as guards * There were no substitute forward® wr I last Monday, but there probably wil’ ile. Brewer thinks his pupils, will de | velop into a winning fire and will he In trim for the first, game. Deretn'iei j 15. with Severn at the State armory ! Manager Smith has arranged a ver) ' sttraetive schedule for the team II follows: l (('milixii/d From I'iKP S.t CHRISTMAS BAZAAR OPENS TOMORROW ThA Christmas Tree Bazaar, frtr iV i benefit of the local branch of the Y W. C. A., opens tomorrow afternoon at i 3 o'clock end will continue for two day®, closing each evening at 11. Many Ingoaions surprises have bf 'tt planned to make the various and at trsetive booths even more en'icing Everyone is-interested in this event ' which will be a real bazaar and, com ing at such an auspicious time, that! Is, little mor* than two wreek* before Christmas, it should- meet with nc ro 1 than ordinary succors A big s-’-1 prise booth has been planned for:the i residents of Anne Arundel county, to I whom it is sure ito make, aneous appeal. A delicious chicken r.alnd supbxr will he served ehch evonipg from j nrt oYlock. LT. WELCH RECOVERS FROM APPENDICITIS — ! Operated upon at a service hospi* i tal at Fort Totten, N. Y., at out 3 weeks aeo. for appendicitis. Lieut. Richard Welch. United States Army. > now convalescing at tho residence ; *f his parents. Mr. and Mrs. 11. A!* : 'ein Welch, 266 King George street. j Notice, Rebekahs! I Thore will h(> a spo.’lnl n/eilog of Ihe’ I Annnpnli* Rebeknbs Lodge No. . j on ■Thut *<)ay, I*e.’pn)ber 7, nt 8 'p. 'm. Alt mconbors are urged to attend. j , Non i r - ■' | StockholdenEtfle#6t^! 'J •• : f -j ANNAPOLIS DAIRY TROdINPi'S COMPANY will hold a meeting of L® paid-up stockholders in the office of the undersigned, 14 Church Circle, ;i t 1:13 p. m.. FRIDAY, DECEMBER Rtli for the purjtdse nt electing director ; Formal awarding of the contract for the new plant, will be made at th s 1 meeting. I . JOHN deP. DOl’W. 17 Acting Treasurer. ! “drtte ©hat Hart*’ 9&XMXX& § Santa Suggests- - x - J '>i. 3* ;* n _ rfc _ A : S'OLID : GOLD f j Lavallier Uery Ailractttc and Adbirablr Xmas Gift assortment of beautiful derjpns with J hirthstone sets and diamonds j,* $ Z ■SQ upward OPZW LATE AT NIGHTS i ■ 4 i >■ |jX MAIN STREET i*fl£ WINDOW £4 ®h* @ift stflrr j THE WEATHER: 1 • Fair tonight, colder. 1 i l. . jij’ ciuujy, COMTRCHRNBIVR LOCAL AND OBNIRAL NKWI * frf ... - :eist Charles K. Williamson Is Alleged To Have Shot Jacob Plect In Transaction In Baltimore, June 6. Last—lndicted With Others. SEVERANCE AND CHANGE OF VENUE GRANTED Charles K. Williamson, of lUlii more, charged with the murder >t JacolxfcPlcet, also of Bailimore, wat placed on trial before Judge Moss and a Jury in the Anne Arundel County Circuit Court bore today, the crime having its origin in M honlleggin *” of whiskey in Baltimore city. The prosecution, with over a dozen witnesses, had examined three-fourths of the number up to .1 o’clock this aft ernoon, and ns the defense is prepared to present almost as many. Indica tions are that the irtnl will o well Into tomorrow’. Williamson was indicted Joint> by the grand jury of Baltimore, with Paul W. Dove, Morris Steiner and i Harry Shuman. Williamson fu iyid a severance of his case from that of ill * others, and then, upon a motion for a change of venue, h!s can*' was re moved to the Jitri® diet ion o* the lona 1 court. Dove is to lie brought *r • i before the Criminal Court of I. .U - more City.. A verdict of ’not wan entered by the State ns to hoti Steiner and Shtiman in (ho origin.*! investigation of the cave. •.ertiis of lack of sufficient evidence. Tin* erlmi© was committed at Bond ruwi Eagljr streets. Baltimore. on June fi is d Were I* Liquor Williamson and Dove, aci’orlljtg tq the State's, theory of the ea*e, con ; HfllTfkl to buy liquors from Pleet, and the trio had arranged for a ne e:in" "ttf the place abovp npmQd on tha juigi.!,, of the crime. It is contended that.n ! quarrel between the two men en.yue 1 ; when Pleet arrived with the whiskey ‘ant!' Memnuded his pay for it w ith the result; that Pleet win shot In both the. left, and right side, of tuo. head and body. Detective Chariot Knhler, who w:.s the chief witnesa for the State todrv, told n* 'ho ar rest of Williamson at a Baltimore hotel, where he had registered under an assumed name, povoral days follow ing the affray. The detective related how he finally got a confession from Williamson. This confession, tran scril ed by n court stenographer of Baltimore, and alleged Hi. been _.... . ■ .* • ~ irnnllnuM On |'i * * • *■ ■*** Dolls Dressed!, , for SANt A CLA US See MISS THERESA MAY HEW i m west street, : annapou^ !i Knights Jj I-arge Class Initiation SECOND RANK i By Baltimore Degree Team Wednesday, Dec. 6th i 730 P M BY ORDER OF THE LODGE. J CE TWO CENTS.