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CVKHY RVENINU EXCMPT SUNDAYS.
, j \\\ II No. 88.
IN TO MAKE
v Commissioners Request
Operative Assistance O f
c ’ Moss And Other Offi
’j n Mapping Out Plans
Work To He Undertaken.
pen PUBLIC ROAI)
HOUGH JOYCE'S LANE
~f county Commission-j
r :.il th<* new year by taking
j rv looking to making
*Jnuts to lti• County
j o i;.siv In this connection, the 1
iinnm at their weekly meet-
KtercUy. .ti!'i" , ' , .l a resolution i
mu that .bulge Robert Moss, i
! jiklk'' o? the circuit; Stutc’s
v Junien M Munroe. Clerk of
net Court William N. Wood
linil Nii hulas II (Ireeti, coun-
Mho hoanl. act ;is an advisory
in the (’oinniissioners in the
of improvements eontem
|or New Iti’inl In Third
ims largeh of a roiCine nature
tns.ittel at Ihe meeting of ttie
Tin* calendar of the day's
t>t ax follows:
s upon the petition of William
hrau. Kugene II I.azonhv, J.
un Joyce. Samuel lv Kgerton,
•:i Joyce, am! other taxpayers
Thir.i distrii-r. tile hoard, upon
of t’onmiisxioner Duvall, of
ir.l district, appointed a com
i to determine the public ne
of opcuiiiß a public road in
ltd district from the intersec
f the \nnapolis - ISaltimore
a! with Joyce's Lane, through
Dine which is now n 32-foot
fur a distance of over
Vow Comes The
deduced in Price for Cash
arg? Stock of Sheets, Blankets, Comforts,
Pillow Cases, &c.
■ $1.25 42 x 36 P. Cases Sic
sl.t 42 x 72 Bolster Cases 75c
, * quuntitfp.s nro limited.
. nil Hahy Itlanketa Stic and $1.15
nk,'-, $2.00 Value, Now $1.25
s !.im, >;/.*. Pure white cotton tilling. $6.50 and $6.00.
No * $1.75
’ . W "' : Hamilton Hlankets. 72xS0. Price $16.50.
Keiu " I O' sl2wfl
'■ f R‘”ii Blankets at a lig reduction.
• *'• ‘ 'I'W tMoth for Children’s and Ladies' Coats.
- 4 oirtos wide
All Wool 54-inch Plaid Serges.
Bordered Damask, pink and blue border; SI.OO yd.
white and colored border. 50c.
./ v !, ' r Ladies left from last year. $20.00, $15.00
Keduce.l to $5.00
Waists and Hrassieres at half price,
p. , v ' ot Munsing I’nderwear will be closed out at half
• 2 for Jsr
iched Muslin* (8 13c yd.
to 19c yd.
> in (bleached) (5 21c yd.
Bleached Muslin, fr? 15c vd*
Napkins at cost.
\ s ' : ' -n Kimonas for Pabies. $2 00 and $1.50.
" ,a $1.85 (10 yd. pieces!
UM 1 10 yd. pieces!
OF REMNANTS OF~GINGI
' ’"'NFS. DRESS GOODS, LACES
r<l 'i>EßY and MANY OTHER
'°HS Ar A BIG REDUCTION
frank A. Munroe
'llO MAIN STREET
FOR LADIES’ AUXILIARY
OF FOREIGN WAR VETS
Annapolis Post Will Hold Meet
ing Tomorrow Night To Ef
MEMBERSHIP IS GROWING
The newly organized Annapolis
Post, No. 304. Veterans of Foreign
Wars, will hold a "Ladies’ Night” in
connection with the regular meeting
in Pythian Hall tomorrow night. The
primary purpose of the meeting will
l c to form a ladies' auxiliary to the
post and already much interest has
I een show’ti in the project.
The local Post of “Vets'' only re
ceived Its charter last November and
has made wonderful strides in mem
bership. there being now more than
70 on the roll, and others in prospect.
It is life only national organization
composed exclusively of veterans of
wars or other campaigns ijy which
tho United States engaged on foreign
soil or In foreign waters. It Is com
posed of service men who participat
ed in the unpleasantness with Spain
in 1S98; in suppression of the insur
rections in the Philippines, 1898 to
1906; who scaled the walled cities of
China during the relief expedition In
1900, and who served outside of the
United States in the conflict against
Germany and her allies.
Objects Of Organization
The objects of this Association are
fraternal, patriotic, historical and ed
ucational; to preserve and strengthen
comradeship among its members; to
assist worthy comrades; to perpet
uate the memory and history of our
dead, and to assist their widows and
orphans; to maintain true allegiance
to the government of the United
States of America, and fidelity to its
constitution and laws; to foster true
patriotism; to maintain and extend
the institutions of American freedom;
and to preserve and defend the United
States from oil her enemies, whomso
TWO MEN DEAD OF
Frederick Lawyer And Colored
Servant Found At Former’s
Home Last Night
' FREDERICK, MD„ Jan. 3. Baker
Johnson, retired law’yer, member of a
prominent Frederick county family,
and Thomas Leakins, a negro servant,
were found dead, asphyxiated from
i coal gas. at the Johnson home last
; night. Mrs. Eloise Young English.
, sister-in-law of Mr. Johnson, and her
two daughters, Ruth, 14, and Louise.
12, were made ill by the fumes.
Mrs. Johnson, ill in another part of
the house, was not affected. Mr.
Johnson, who has been an invalid for
some time, was found dead, partly
dressed, on his bed. The negro was|
sitting in a chair.
Nurse Saves Mother And Children
The liyes of Mrs. English and her j
children were saved through the time- i
lv arrival of Mrs. Bernard Eader, of
Frederick, a nurse, who came to the
house at 8 o’clock in the evening to
relieve the colored man.
Her insistent knocks on the door
remaining unanswered, Mrs. Eader
entered the house and. noticing the
smell of gas, hastily made her way j
irnntlnnort on Put 2.1
NAVY ATHLETIC ASSO.
TO ELECT; MAY TOUCH
UPON BIG CAME SUES
The annual meeting of the Navy
Athletic Association, which controls
athletics among the midshipmen, will
be held in the Officers’ Mess building
at the Academy tonight, beginning at
Election of officers for the year and
consideration of the annual reports of
the several officials will be among the
business to come before the meeting, i
The matter of plans for next year's
Armv-Navy football battle, and the
contest with Princeton, probably will
be touched upon at least in an in
formal way. From present indica
tions the game with the Tigers will be
staged in the Baltimore stadium. The
Navy people, it is said, are awaiting
final word from the Princetonians be
fore making formal announcement of
arrangements for the game.
The chief office to be filled at the
! meeting is that of secrctary-treas-
I urer, who is also a member of the
; executive committee. Commander
| Douglas L. Howard, who has held this
office for the last three years, soon
will leave for an assignment to sea
duty. There has been no hint in offi
cial quarters as lo who will be bis
successor in directing athletic affairs.
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Winners of Chamber of Com
merce Coupon Contest
Ist. Prize—SAMEUL P,, DOVE. 39.108—5100.00
IT6 First St., Eastport.
2nd. Prize—MßS. REYNOLDS 32.139 50.00
102 Cathedral St.
3rd. Prize—MlSS B. R. BROWN 20.555 30.00
115 Charles St.
4th. Prize—MlSS KATIE MARSHALL.. 23,58(K- 20.00
124 Main St.
sth. Prize—MßS. J. F. POPHAM 19,528 20.00
181 Gloucester St.
6th. Prize—JOHN J. METZGER......... 19.128 20.00
215 Prinde George St.
7th. Prize—CHAS. W. SMITH. JR 16.881 20.00
200 Prince George St.
Bth. Prize —MRS. FRANK ALTON 15,014 — 20.00
282 Sixth St., Eastport
9th. Prize—PAUL HOLLY 11,656 — 10.00
126 Market St.
10th. Prize—MßS. JOHN A. CARR 11.545 10.00
R. F. D. No. 1, Box 6.
| Clarence M. White, J. Weinberg
Pres. C. of C. Barney Berman.
D. C. Stutler \\ m. U. McCreadv
Harry Kenchington. Thomas Strange
Leon Strauss Henry C. Campbell.
Thornton Strange J. A. Brady
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ESTABLISHED IN 1884.
ANNAPOLIS. MIX, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY li>23.
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j BIG OPtN MEETING j
| OF MOTHERS’ CIRCLE
To Be Held At High School Fri
day Night—Mrs. Parkhurst
To Deliver Address
FINE PROGRAM ARRANGED
All plans have been completed for;
the big open meeting of the Mothers’
j Circle, which will be held at Anna
polis High School Friday night at 8
o'clock, and judging from the pre
parations which have been made this
meeting should prove to be one of the
; most successful ever conducted by the
| local club.
It is the earnest hope of the coin
i mittce in charge of arrangements that
i all the teachers and parents in Amn
-1 polis and Anne Arundel coupty will
j attend Friday night's meeting, and an
' invitation is hereby extended to them
: to be present.
To Discuss Co-Operation
Mrs. Harry E Parkhurst. president!
of the Maryland branch of the Parent-j
Teachers’ Association, will deliver the;
principal address of the evening on;
j the subject of co-operation between
parents end tenchers tor the general
good of the school children.
Mrs. Robert Moss will sneak for the
parents and Mrs. A. W. Andrews,
nresident of the Teachers’ Astoria-j
j Hon. will for the teachers
j with a short talk.
; Friday nieht's prbgram also \vM! i”-
! elude vocal solos bv Mrs. R. O
■ Chaney and Mrs. Roland Childs: H
j strumcntal music bv Mrs. Chapel’e
and selections by the Annapolis High
| School orchestra. The porgram will
! be concluded hy a get-acquainted anil
social hour, followed by light refresh
POSTAL TEL. MANAGER
RESUMES HIS DUTIES
His general health much improved
| Edward R. Cole, manager of the An
napolis office of the Postal Teleeraph
; Cable Company, has resumed his du
| ties at the office on Maryland avenue.
! Mr. Cole has 4ieon suffering of iruscu
i lar trouble and was granted two
| months’ respite from his duties.
To Address Young Men’s Club
There will be a meeting of the
| Young Men’s Club at St. Anne's
I Parish House on Friday e”enin* at
;7:‘30 o'clock. Lieut. Ralph Otis Davis
i will be the speaker of the evening.
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; Mr. Scible’s Condition Improved
W. Tilghman Scible, who has been
ill for the past two weeks, is reported
today as much improved. He is a
patient at St. Agnes' Hospital. Balti
PROMPT MOVE FOR
! LIGHT WINES. BEER
Governor Smith, Of New York,
Would Push Amendment
(By Th Associated Pr.)
ALBANY, N. Y., Jan. 3.—ln a per
sonally delivered message to the New
York legislature today. Gov. Alfred E.
Smith recommended that a committee
1 e appointed to see that the legisla
tive machinery at Washington be set
in immediate motion to bring about
a constitutional amendment permit
ting light wines und beer.
He also recommended initiation by
this state of a federal constitutional
amendment requiring submission to
the people instead of the legislature
of all future amendments to the con
Other recommendations by the gov
ernor included repeal of the motion
picture censorship law. restoration of
the direct primary, municipal home
rule and municipal control of public
utilities. The governor also spoke
against unjust discrimination against
women in the law. He declared "we
I cannot stand and still after having
1 admitted women to an equal status in
: politics. “Their pjace in business
they have gained for themselves by
The Governor also reCbmmend- '•
irnminnM nn Put# I t
j RITCHIE’S TREAT FOR
. COLORED CHIMT
Governor Ititchie gave his annual
party to the colored children of Anna
polis at the Star Theatre two days
after his party for the white children, j
To the surprise and delight of the
children the Governor appeared at
the theatre during the course of the
performance. His arrival was greet
ed with cheers, the orchestra played
the “Star-Spangled Banner,” and the
Chief Executive said a few words of
The following Ititchie yell was
given with enthusiasm:
Here we are in our glee.
Answering the call of Governor
He is no fake; he is uo bluff —
Governor Ititchie is the real stuff.
j An excellent program of pictures
j was given, and the party was a huge
' TO REPEAT “CASTE”
The Gantbrills Athletic Club will
! repeat its presentation of the three
act comedy-drama. “Caste," on Fri
day. January 5, at Cross Roads Hall,
. near Arundel Station, at 8:15 p. m.
! Its original performance met with
j j groat success and those who failed to
j | see it on that occasion are urged to
attend Friday night. The scenes
iof the play are laid in London, dur
-1 ing the period of the Sepoy rebel
I The cast of characters follows:
Hon. George D'Lory, Win. T. Ad
reon; Capt. Arthur Hawtree. J. Mas
| tin Parlett; R. Waters. Eccles; Ce
| celia Seaborne. Esther Eccles; Julia
; Tucker, Polly Eccles; Pauline May
nard Trout. Marquise De St. Maur;
J. Leslie Maynard, Sam Gerridge;
Foster Maynard, Dixon.
Meeting Of Hospital Board
The Emergency Hospital Board of
i Managers will bold the first meeting
, of the new year tomorrow morning at
j, lOjD^clock^nJhe Jaospital sun parlor.
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Hi 1 S y - \
Join Our Christmas Club
. Ahd Have Money Next Christmas
! UNTIL JANUARY 15th
The Annapolis Banking & Trust Co.
Corner Main Street and Church Circle
“The Bank With the Christmas Savings Accounts"
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COMPRKUKNBIVB LOCAL AND OBNBBAL NIWL
IN SECURING LICENSES
Only About Half Of Those In
Business Comply With
MEASURE NOW OPERATIV
Anne Arundel county dairymen are
derelict in complying with the provi
sions of the milk regulation ordinance
passed by the Mayor and City Council
a few months ago. and which became |
fully operative on January 1.
This is shown by the records in die
office of the city clerk. Scarcely 20 of
the dairymen who bring their nuiK tc
the city to sell, have applied for the
required license, whereas, according
to County Agent George W. Norris
there are 40 dairies in this vlcluitv
who place their supply on the i'wal ,
Applies To Retailers, Too
The new ordinance, which is qu'te
stringent in its regulation of the sale
of milk, requires also that all mer
chants retailing milk to their cus
tomers take out a license from tin
city clerk. According to a census
j made by the Annapolis Creamery
j Company. 69 stores in Annapolis
handle this necessity, but of this
I number only thirtv-fiv.e have taken
| out the stipulated licenses. Whether
! the other merchants are going to
I scratch the health giving fluid from
; their list of supplies, or arc hoping to
| evade the provisions of the ordin we
time, or an investigation by the c**y
officials, alone will disclose
It has also been found Hit that n
-, other requirement of the ’Milk ordi
) nance is being treated with contempt
by thosp interested. Tli! Is the 1 w
1 that all milk sold in Anne Arundel
county must come from tuberculin
tested herds only. It has leaked out
that there are several dairymen
whose cows are not tuberculin-tested
j though this Is blamed upon the failure
of the necessary officials to respond to
j calls for the test in time to comply
• with the time limit of the new ordi
RESIGNS POSITION IN
COMPTROLLER S OFFICE
Walter B. Warner, for the last sev
eral years a member of the clerical
; force in the office of the State Com *-
! ‘oiler, has resigned that position. Mr
Warner was long a close personal
'rlend of the late Congressman .1.
v red C. Talbott, of Baltimore coun^v..
His former home was at Monkton,
Germantown Club Meeting
The Germantown Patrons’ Club
will meel tomorrow afternoon at 3
>’clock in the school building. Light
i refreshments wlil be served after the
business meeting Is over .
i Anyone wishing storage for cars see;
, | us. We have a few private garuges
t and room in main building, all well
CHILDS & HUNTER
On Thursday. January 4th. 8:1.) p. m..
! Pythian Hall. School street. the Veterans
• f Foreign Wars of the United States re
spectfully request the attendanee of all 1
’Bothers, wives, daughters and slsu-rs of
•my offb-er or enlisted roan, in servlee or
honorably discharged, who have served in
‘he U. S. Army. Navy or Marine Corps, in
•Ime of vr and in campaigns. afield or
1 afloat in foreign waters or on foreign soil.
. The object of this meeting will t)e f*r
1 the organizing of a Ladles' Auxiliary to
• Annapolis Post No. SOI. V. of F. W.
t CHAIRMAN OF AUXILIARY
| THE WEATHER:
* Rain tonight and;
probably Thursday. No J
j change in temperature.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
WINNERS OF G.
Samuel B. Dove, Eastport Con
tractor, Leads Field Of 450
Who Entered In Coupon "Buy
At Home” Campaign And Gets
Award Of SIOO.
(BUSINESS MEN ARE
PLEASED OVER RESULTS
Samuel B. Dove, contractor and
builder of Eastport, was declared win
ner of first prise, SIOO in cash, la
the coupon, or “buy at home” con
test which was conducted under the
auspices of the Chanmer of Com
merce during the closing weeks of
the old year. When the count of cou
pons was completed last night by a
committee of the Chamber of Com
merce, acting as judges. Mr. Dove
was found to have received 39.108
coupons, which was nearly 7,000
greater than the number of his near
est competitor. Mrs. Anna S. Rey
nolds. 102 Cathedral street, who took
second prize of SSO.
Who Prize Winners Are
Following Is the list of winners in
the coupon contest conducted by tbo
Cbaznoer of Commerce, amount of
cash prize, and number of coupous in
First Prize—Samuel B. Dove.
176 First street, Eastport, $100;
Second Prize—Mm. Reynold-*,
102 Cathedral street, SSO; 32,139
Third Prize—Miss It. Ft. Bro-.vn,
115 Charles street. S3O; 26,555
Fourth Prize —Mias Kate Mar
shall, 124 Main street. S2O; 23,586
Fifth Prize--Mrs. J. F. Pop
ham. 181 Gloucester street, S2O;
Sixth Prize —John J. Metzger,
(Continued on Fogs 4.1
The I'Uy Clerk Is now ready to lesne
APPLICATION BLANKS to DAIMMEN
and STORE KEEPERS selling MILK or
CREAM, in com nils lire with the NEW
Ordinance regulating the sale of saine,
which becomes effective January 1, lB&k
City Clerk's office hours, 0 a. m. to 1 p.
m . and 2 to 3 p. ui. Municipal UulidiDg.
Duke of Gloucester street, opposite Market
EMMA ABBOTT GAGE.
dSP.-tf City Clerk.
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ON AND AFTER DECEMBER
27. 1922, we will resume
business at our old location.
15 SCHOOL STREET
Hecht Bros. & Co.
Baltimore aud Pine Sts.
The Annual Stockholders’ meet
ing of the Annapolis Banking and
Trust Company will be held at
j its banking house. Annapolis. Md.,
THURSDAY. JANUARY 4, 1923, at 12
o'clock NOON, for the purpose of
electing Directors and Officers for the
ensuing year and the transaction of
such other business as may lawfully
' come before said meeting.
F. H. THOMPSON, JR.
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