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113 STAGE
IETEEI GAMES
t t Two Dates Closed—Sca-
Wiil Open March 'IS With
acuse And Army, On June
Will l<e Curtain Fall—St j
it’s In List.
[MET “PENNSY"
IN PHILADELPHIA
mft: v.ill engage in 10
|| Kami'* n*'M s A a*:n. accord
ih,. M'Viluli- officially nn*
,1 niiliiy. although negotiation!
inf :h<‘ dines A,nil 7 and 11
d: hern < I’S ’’l
j, i||.|i;ic i y. fiif of the strong
• arranpcd. The annual eon
'll iiit> \nny <’inlets is hooked
;it West Point, the same
it, n whit ii the middies will
, w/'.i tit K. I lit r< on the Holt’
uk n 1 at lentil* there. The
iher t. ii.e in lie played away
iiini' w!l! lie I'nivi rsity of Pcnn
,, ~1 l’hllnde'fdiia. May ID
s hfihilf follow*:
h Syr.icus.’.
4 Amherst.
7 i Open i.
11—(Open).
il I'nlv. of Maryland
is Harvard.
'.'l William and Mary.
‘J'i Carnegie Tech. .
lb North (’arclin.i State
Catholic University.
.'i Cniv. of West Virginia. |
it Washington and Lee.
1J Pittsburgh,
lit Georgetown,
ltt University of Pennsyl
v.iniu at Philadelphia
23 (Jetty.si urg.
2£ Delaware.
:.o St Joan's, of Annapolis !
I Army at West Point. J
Local Fives To Play
basketl;i 11 court in the State
, Illation s!reel, will ho the
onight of a g.u’u between two
mo The opposing quints will 1
'imapolis \thletie Club and
an i|>otit.;n Five" The gat.tel
umler way at S o’clock.
kel-Ball Game!
MOI.IS ATHI.KTIC CLFII
\s.
li' W.N’APOI.IT.W FIVE
sd.w. December 2 I st
\l>K\ STREET ARMORY
S I’ M.
‘ * - 2.7 Cents.
f ;
Ar I-VST MIM'TK tilFTi
and I OSS
Chocolates
In Plain or Fancy Hoxes.
11 late to order your
‘••mo r ruit (\ike
lrru Amtr’ii U'upluuuii
- STATK CIRCLE. I
i* I
>iiday Specials/
!: V'.l. MEMBERS OF§
tiik family M '
kindies, Spot A.
St 't'' Hook,*. C.g:i#s
t( .. ' "’o and Uundils
' v w Ornaments.
GRFFXBERG'S f
Wmas Gills
rlG l .‘ ,K '’t'lvFat \|rEn
; ’L v!-. \r liouxc, m
■> ” " : "i m.Mers.
S.,k
c • - ' .. ath.
utHin
ir 1
"'lAtcossorvCr*
•" 4 Ct'iier,. uB
Cue tun a (£ npitnl.
WISH MEN APPEIE
TO HIOOINCIGIINST
EXECUTIONS IN ERIN
tHf Tlif AkMH'liilfil |*rf% I
PARIS, Dec. 21. An appeal signed
by several prominent women of Ire
-1 land was cabled front France to Presi
i dent Harding today protesting against
the executions of prisoners of war
in Ireland."
‘‘Such executions," the message de-
I dared, “are unparalleled In history, j
, Eleven thousand prisoners, men and i
1 women, are now at the mercy of the
: Free State Government, will Atuer- i
ca stand for this while indignant at
Turkish atrocities?"
One of the women came to France!
front Ireland to send the cable me*-’
<age and avoid the censorship.
BANKS RECEIVING
CONTRIBUTIONS FOR
WILSON FOUNDATION
The local committee of the Wood-
I row Wilson Foundation has urged that ]
ill or those desiring to contribute to!
| the worthy movement send in their
donation* s;s soon as fiosail le. as it is
i hoped to have Anne Arundel county’s
j'lUfta for Hie fund complete ly De
•cniker 2s, which is the birthday of
former President Wilson. Contrilu
• imts will he received daily for this
purpose l.y the local lunl.s up until
next Thursday or by Mrs. Robert
.Moss, who is chairman of the local
committee.
PRESIDENT SENDS ~
CHRISTMAS MESSAGE
TO CHILDREN OF U. S. j
, •
President Harding yesterday sent to
the Santa (Mans Association, whiclyf
i handles letters written to Santa Cla/s
i by poor children, the following greet
ing: Jr
"Santa (Matts Association, /
New York. /
"Merry Christmas to tlie children of
, lie United States. /
“WARREN EJ. HARDING.”
SHOOTING MATCH AT
ARNOLDS ON SATURDAY
, J
The Arnold rommßnity Club will!
| conduct a shooting tnatch at Arnold!
Station on Saturday/ December 23. and!
| the public is inviued to take part in!
the matches. will get under
way at 1 I’. M„ un.l refreshments will
lie served on grounds.
! WHY
Bother to Y our Ou'n
CAKE?
(when we have
jXmas I’mil Caffe at
60c. per pound
Coinscttia Orange Caffe
f $1.50 to $4.00
Chocolate , Pound, Cocoanut
i Caffes, all sizes
j A delicious dessert with the
Xmas dinner would be
A Large Mince Pie, 40c.
or serve our ICE CREAM or
I WHIPPED CREAM with the
I PLUM PUDDING to give the
I finishing touch.
I ALL ORDERS MUST RE IN RY
MORNING OF DEC. 23rd.
ON THE CIRCLE
[basket-ball
GAME
COMPANY ”M"
vs.
’ KIOWA-KHII
of Baltimore.
Friday, Dec. 22nd
Game S J\ M.
ADMISSION - - - . 25 CENTS.
*■ ■■■■ -<t
Opening!
o-
We are opening a new store
with a full line of fruits and vege
• tables.
Special sale on largest grape
fruit (Size .34L 3 for 25c. Heart of
t celery in bunches. 10c. bunch
Oranges, any size, cheap.
SAM MAGGIO
160 MAIN ST.
STATE WANTS TO BUY j
I COnON TAIL rabbits;
i ~
Md. Game Department Will Pay
$1 For Each Live One De
livered To Warden
:|
BIG SCARCITY EXISTS,
| Owing to the report* which have!
i been received from the numerous coun-l
■! l **‘ s °f Maryland legarding the scarcity
1 of rabbits in the covers during thej
! present hunting season, and in order |
j to relieve this condition, the State!
(Janie Department has decided to pay j
il for each live cotton tail rabbit!
'trapped i>rior to January 1. 1923.
Sta f e Gamo Warden E. Lee Le j
J Compte has aimouuced that in or/ler’
I to secure the dollar for each cotton
| tail rabbit, the person trapping samel
-i must either make delivery to the dis
j trirt deputy game warden of the
county or to notify him that he lias
cotton tail rabbits in possession ami
•he warden will call thorp, release same
! in sections where they are scarce, and
j the department will, upon proper uoti-)
float lon of the number of rabbits so
delivered, forward check.
< “Rabbit Blight” Cutises Scarcity
Anne Arundel county is in District
as classified by the State Game De
partment, and Michael F. Carter. An-!
ha polls, R. F. 1)., is the district deputy!
game warden for this county,
j According to Mr. LeCompte. the
scarcity of rabbit* this year is believed
lo be due to what is known as "rabbit
I blight,” which occurs in all the States
j f;f ‘ Dio Union at interval* of from six
to eight years. ' I
■j The State Game Department has a,
yt’ontract placed for 5.000 cotton tail!
rabbits to be delivered in the spri.ig of
1923. which will be liberated in the
j covers of the-counties of Maryland.!
With the infusion of new blood it is!
expected that the State’s supply of j
I rabbits should increase and afford the
sportsmen excellent hunting during)
I the hunting season of 1923.
ASKED TO SPEAK TO
LOCAL CLUB WOMEN ,
|
j Mrs. A. B. McManus, of Washing- \
| ton. has been invited to address the!
j next meeting of the Women s Club,
which will take place on Tuesday,
next. December 26. Mrs. McManus,
who was formerly Miss Bessie Ab
bott. of this city, a daughter of Mrs.
‘ William M. Abbott. 177 Duke of Glou
cester street, is prominent in a num
ber of Washington clubs, and is a
trustee of the Florence Crittenden
Home. She is expected to speak on
woman’s club life.
t. Sc t. (£iiki‘ S’iiup
mits. .1 k. ci:\vi:\
20 SOUTTIGATE AVE.
rnoxE onr.-M.
Order Now I or Xmrt>!
!
|
| plum prnnixa
j BLACK Olt WIIITH FBI IT CAKK
! A!ko a groat varltUv <>f *mall a it, I largo j
oakofl and otntkle*.
J • 4
More 1 han a
Gift-
I
A Token of Love
!

Best lavod are flower*
a n’t oit g all Cliris'm #
(iifts. for (hoy bring this
linossjigo xv It lot i flower*
a lotto tan impart—" You
:tro hold RUST Inv. t.”
j, rr |Ltvo-'t :tr* uolvengil
mo* toogors tr-tui i.cirt to
ltttarS--in nii*eal •’•tat t-.
uplritu il rather than hji
torla!. And this tetr ><ai
4 ► will bo doligltlod to lind At
! j | *t or stt<*i>. tls.-it ;; more A’
glori.ms UMilPltnl Ilia a
1 f ever awaits yon i: out
| N | flowers, poittsl plant* a tot Ad
r xv polities. N
X*j[ For your Christmas
■ j words of Love
tT “Say it wiih Flowers*" A4
AA Klower* *ont an.vxvliore G||
Iw xvltltitt a few hour* by w**
j
W 67 MARYLAND AVE W
m
HIGH XA¥.*l OFFICIALS
fOXFfiB IW SYSTEM
OF INSTRITTIOX
(II) Tlte Iwi4lil l*reni>.|
[ WASHINGTON. D. Dot-., 21.
—By direction of Assistant Hecre
tary Roosevelt, of the Navy De
partment. naval officers of high
i rank, including Admiral H. T.
Jones, comm a util ug tne new con
solidated fleet; Rear-Admiral
Henry B. Wilson. Superintendent
tf the Naval Aademy; Major-
General John A. ljejeuue. Com
mandant of the Murine Corps, and
Rear-Admiral Thonnn Washing
i ton. Chief of the Bureau of Navi
gation. are met ling in Washing
ton t consider a thorough re
vision of the Naval War College
courses and a general overhauling
of the instruction system fot naval
staff officers la>ih a floor , ami
! ashore.
Tfl PRESS SUITS
VS. HARNESS CO
Actions ‘Against West Virginia
Corporation To Be Taken
Within 30 Days
<lsv Tltr .>
WASHINGTON. D. C. Doc. 21
j Civil or criminal suits one or boh.
Ingains’, the United Smto.i Ha rue s
Company, of Ranson. W. Va.. will )h
ready for ins’itmion within the next
•30 days. Col. Henry T. Anderson, of
Richmond. Va.. a special assistant to
the attorney-general testified totl.if
’etore the House Judiciary Commit
tee.
Announcement of the plans of the
government was made at the hoar'ng
of the Keller impeachment charges
against Attorney-General Daugherty.
Discussing the prospective action
against the harness company, Col.
Anderson, who hod been called as a
witness, declared that "we belie, e
that we have a good eosc.”
Butmherh luelTieieuL He Says
Mr. Keller, in his charges against
the attorney-general, stated that t ie
latter had “acted in an Inefficient,
neglectful manner prejudicial to the
interests of the government” in the
handling of this case.
(futiHniiril On t.l
OPPOSING VIEWS ON
RETURN OP “FATTY”
(By Tlti Aotit'lalfil I’rfstil.l
LIVINGSTON. MONT.. Dec. 21. -
Clergymen here informed that Roscoc
Art tickle intended to "come back" to
the motion picture screen, said:
"Ci\o ’Fatty a chance.”
MILWAt KKE. WIS.. Dee. 21 The
mere suggestion of the return of A.*-
bm-kle to the films is an outrage and
ins,nil to the public, the Rev. F. C
Behner. seeietary of the Milwaukee
Federation of Mbits;ers. said when
I Tie learned Arl tickle again would l c
j shown in motion pictures.
!'
If You Did Not Have Money This
Xmas, Why Not Start Now and
N Be Prepared for Next Xmas.
!
——“ ' ;
In December, 1920. the Annapolis Ranking and Trust Company
inaugurated and offered to the people of this community, the op
portunity of having money every tv systematic savings.
This .was in the form of the Christmas Savings Accounts which
have become so popular in this city. Every year the mimlcr. of
accounts opened have doubled themselves and this vear the ac
counts opened at this l.ank are far ahead of the record made in
loth of the previous years. These facts show the popularity these
Accounts, new have in this city and the number of people who
have joined them. Some of the advantages of these Accounts are:
first, it provides a plan ly which a person can set aside small sums
each week and le suic of having money at Christmas Time. This
plan of Saving is spread out over a year's time and the person does
not miss the money so set aside. Secondly, we also call your
attention to the fact that you receive interest upon those Accounts
at the rate of 4'l. provided the club is paid in full. However,
should a person join a club and pay in a certain amount and then
linn ho can not keep on laying, he receives the entire amount paid
•a next Christmas. The interest upon these accounts, arc figured
on a weekly 1 asis and the money starts to draw interest from the
time it is deposited in the Lank.
The period for opening these Accounts at this bank will le until
January and in order to join ycu merely bring in your deposit
and we give you a Christmas Ciab Pass Rook, showing the Club
you have joined and tho amount deposited.
THE
Annapolis Banking & Trust Co.
Corner Main Street and Church Circle
THE RANK WITH THE CHRISTMAS- SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
*■ " " ■' 1 ■■■ ,ii
TO Hfllfl SEMI ANNUAL
!,; ELECTION Off FICERS
j-' • 1 ’’ -u—i L*
Junior Order U. A. M. Now Oc
cupying New Quarters On
Cathedral Street
j MEMBERSHIP IS GROWING
j The mcmi cr< of Severn Council No.!
1 1 Junior Order United American j
I Mechanics, will hold the semi-annual j
j elect inn of officers in their new hall |
ion Cathedral street tonight, .at 8
I o clock. All mewl ers -are urged to
!■ l> per out as other i.’oport.mt busi- !
jness will also Te discus’ctf.
i'he m'xv hall recently purchased by j
the Junior Order oi this city was J
(formerly the Prenarirtnry School oft
.Messrs. Wiliver and Chew. Extensive j
re pairs, have 1 eon made to the inter- 1
i ior of ilic building and when com-;
; ple:cd will be one of the largest meot
, ing ha lie in the city. When all re
i pairs are inatie the large hall will be i
Met to other organizations desiring
more commodious ijuarters.
To Have Library. Too
AMer eompleDon of the I u’ldlng
|oue reoui on the fir>t door will be!
used as a 111 rarv an<l will contain !
fit ii; 1 i(tti volumes. Tins will bo open
to the pul. l:c ami the 1 ooks can bo 1
either read in the hall or taken home
I y the readers at a nominal cost. An
(( •itilliiiiril iu |> Ar> j )
WOI NBKB BANDIT AND TWO
OTIIKIIS ( AUGHT IN < Illf ALO
(fix- The IHiil:iln| rr-,,.)
( HICAGO, ILL. Dec. 21.—One bandit
was wounded and two others were cap-’
turo.l and one escaped during a battle
with police today whn the latter en
countered a number of bandits carry
ing liquor from the plant of a sacra
mental wine and chemical firm to a
motor truck outside.
After ihe fight. In which nearly 30 :
shots were fired, the proprietors were'
found locked in a washroom.
CHRISTMAS CAMP FOR
BOYS ON MAGOTHY RIVER
A Christmas camp will be estab
lished on tlie Magothy river for the
Baltimore Roys’ Brigade. The boys
will leave for camp after their annual
Christmas entertainment at brigade
hindquarters in Baltimore, which will
be held tonight.
The big night In camp will be
Christmas, when the parents of fie
boy-, will he present. On New Year’s
night, the Mothers’ Auxiliary of the
brigade will hold a carnival and sup
per for the youngsters. Lieut. H. M.
, Helm will be in charge of the boys,
'fhe ramp will break up on Janu
ary 4.
DON’T FORGET
That Old-Time Mine© Meat Pie and
the Other Kinds!
My Fruit Cake, 50c. lb.
JIM CKAXDEI.L - - - PHONE 506.
M! MILLIONS II
’ SIB TO FARMING
Bt FtOEML LOANS
*lt Th* Awofltilril I‘rm.)
WASHINGTON*. D. C . Deo. 21. The
American farmer has demonstrated
that when properly financed he can
weather the worst economic storms.
r
■ the War Finance Corporation declared
! in its annual report sent to Congress
j today. The report sot forth that 11
| per cent, of the tnonov advanced to the
j agricultural industry had been repaid
! either in advance of maturity or
when due.
! Advances hy the corporation saved
; the industry many millions of dollats.
the report deck*red. explaining th t
j the corporation's odirer.j believed its
j activities had proven as beneficial in
i the restoration of confidence as in the
j actual pouring of cash into spots
| where credit was needed.
The loans had made it j>ossil.le bar
thousands of farmers to handle their
products in orderly fashion, it was
j added, and the confidence instilled in
thorn through the knowledge that
j money could 1 c o! tained when nee I-
I ed had aided greatly in the st.il li-
I zatiou i ciedit. the value of wha h
the report declared, could hardly lo
j estimated.
WORLD CONFERENCE ON
ECONOMIC PROBLEMS
PROPOSED Bl DORIC
(Uv Tit* VMi-l:*t*il PrfM.)
WASHINGTON. D (\. Dec. 21. A
conference of the world powers to
'cc isider economic questions to ’< o
j called by President Harding for t ie
1 purpose- of reaching nn agreement to
! estatllsh more stal le financial aad
| 1 nsiness conditions and also to l r ui*
’ at rnit a reduction in land and Va
i armament was ’imposed by Senat >r
’* Borah. Republican. Idaho, in .n
amendment offered today to the perl
- naval appropriations hill.
Marriage Licenses
j STOSCH-AYRES .Joint Storeh. Id);
Eva Ayrc-3. 20; loth of Baltimore
city.
JONES - DOXOIIOE Howard F
| Jones, 21; Margaret A. Danohoc, 21;
) both of Washington. I>. C.
NOTICE!
' FARMERS NATION \l. RANK
ij
Annapolis, Md.. 7th December, lfC?
The Annual Meeting of the StorA-
I holders of this Bank will le held .it
! the Banking House in the City of An
-1 nnpedis at 12 o'clock Noon, on Tc*
| day the !th of January. 11)22.. for i ie
! election of Dire, it us r.nd the* Iruit l . c
j lion of such other I usitthss as ’tut
to legally au* wilted
L. D. GASBAWAY.
• Ca shier
NOTICE!
t -
I 1 '
All ineml ers of the Veterans of
Foreign Wars are requested to be
present at a special meeting to ic
held THI IJSDAV EVENING. Do corn
-ler 21st, at. s et cloe k in Knights of
Pythias Hall.
j (Signed).
liV'ORDER OK COMMANDER
Shooting Match
! To be hole! at ARNOLD
STATION on SATURDAY.
DECEMBER 23, commenc
ing at 1 p. in. prompt. Re*
fre>hment> served on the
I grounds.
Come one anel all to get
j your Christmas dinners,
lly order of commitce,
ARNOLD COMMUNITY
j CLUB.
brings style, wear
and economy to nil
the family.
FRANK SLAMA
&SON
THE WEATHER:
* Fair tonight and Fri- :
day. Slightly colder.
► i
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CITY "NEWSIES"
; ALL AGOG (WEB'
HOLIDJTFEED”
Christmas Banquet In Dining
Room Of Hotel Maryland To
morrow Evening Evening
Capital, Sun. And Othn Cat
riers Get “Invites."
“EATS" APLENTY. MUSIC
AND OTHER FEATURES
Mith bowman's “Snappy
I pipin' the latest, musical selection!*
Tor the occasion andTtmny other fea
tures down on the program, the N'.-w
I hoys’ Christmas Banquet, which will
j ,K * held tomorrow’ evening in the m tin
1 lining room of the Maryland Hotel,'
■ should he an affair long to be ,•*
rr.embered hy the local "m w•;
who are expected to he on hand
promptly at 7 o’clock.
Through the eourteay of the Mary
lantl Hotel management, the ban
queters will assemble at the p.t|m! r
local hostelry instead of at the (Vpi
*;t! otfico. as previously nnnnin d.
J. B. Moore, of the Annnnolis Nous
Vgenry. dislrilin’,ors of The Evening
Capital and The Sun, tinder wlu.s.*
•inspires the big event is being hi hi,
has his force of amateur ilrroruh.rs
busy assembling the holly and ccd.tr ;
with which to make the banquet room
a scene of beauty and thoroughly in
keeping w ith the pervading Christ mat
( spirit.
There’ll lie “Eats’’ Galoi n
Of especial importance to lit'
youngsters, whose enthusiasm over
; the big event is running rampant, 1,
! the fact that “Mue," who i.l. *
over the culinary department oi tti.
; hostelry, has arn.trtdcd a menu of
j "eats” that will satisfy the mo*;
acting and ravenouA appetite. And
more good news for t,bo hoys - t i, re’ll
be be cream aplenty to top off th*
other delicacies. Yea. !>oy: it's going
: to he “some night.”
j Following the big •'feed.' the m-*s-
I hoys will be taken to the ('in ic I’lay
house for the second perforimiru e of
M’entinnr.l oti |’;*> 1 \
BUY YOUR!
Alcohol
Radiator Covers
Skid Chains
Lap Robes
i:.c.
Af
Andrew Krause’s
400 Block West St.
DO YOUR
Xmas Shopping
KARI.Y
Here is a List from rhkh to
a Selection:
Auto Rohes.
Boy Seoul Axes ant] Knives,
Daisy Air Rifles,
! ; EVerready Flash Lights,
j j Ingersoll and Weatclock
Watches,
I i Sets of Irwin Bits,
Sets of Wrenches
Chest of Stanley Tool a.
Shot Gun* and Rifles,
j Tocket Knives and Tov \
Carving Sets.
Whhe Coaster Wagons,
Electrie Household Appliance-', j
China, Glassware:ami Novelto-s
j! Other articles tot, nutnerou to
mention.
! i
j
! ANY OF THESE ARTICLES
! CAN BE PrnctLAHEO KR*M I
II
THE
1 f j
1 Henry B. Myers
. Company
45-49 WEST STREET,
Annapolis, Md.
And will make a goo.M’ht mae
Gift.
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