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SIR DAN CUPID OUT
IN FRONT DURING 1922
Led Total Of 4Q2 Couples To
ALar, One More Than
Preceding Year
HIGH MARK IN DECEMBER
Little Dan. Cupid of 1922 beat his
predecessor of 1921 “under the wire”
by a “head." Records in the office of
Clerk of the Circuit Court William N
Woodward show that a total of 462
couples made their way to the mar
riage altar during the year Just
closed, {is compared to 461 in the pre
ceding year.
June and October, generally regard
ed as the most popular months for
blushing brides, were easily outdone
by December in 1922. Fifty-seven
licenses were issued during that
month, compared to 45 In June and 4.”
In October, and against 45 for the cor
responding month of 1921. Septem
ber brides led the field In 1921. the
number of licenses issued in the 20-
dsy period being 4*5. while March.
November and December were close
seconds, each with 45.
How Two Year'* Compare
Tb<* monthly comparison of licenses
issued in the two years follows:
1922 1921
January 44 25
February 22 20 \
March 18 45
April 42 40
May 28 44
June 45 42
July 21 22
August 29 27
September M *4O
October. . 42 29
November 49 45
December 57 45
TONSILITIS
Apply thickly over throat—
* cover with not flannel —
VICKS
▼ VA ro Rue
Over 17 Million Jat* Ujed Yecily
The Fashion” Welcomes
1923
With Unprecedented Bargains
We welcome the coming year by letting the public
have splendid merchandise at WONDERFUL
BARGAIN PRICES.
This is Not Just a Mere Sale it is an EVENT!
We Want to Begin the New Year with
Record Breaking Values.
75 c $2.00 $4.00
m cn ti ah LntJ ies’ Sport Hats. ’Brush Wool Scarfs,
Black Silk Hose. All All rtduced t 0 one with pockets and
sizes. Regular SI.OO price . Formerly b <*s; others plain
valuc - sold $2.50 to $5-00. Formerly sold as
high as $6 to $7.
SI.OO $2.00 $5.00
Ladi es' Wash Ladies Georgette One rack of Dresses
Waists. Broken Crepe Waists, in Jersey Serfre und
lots, odds and ends- Slightly soiled. For- silk materials
F °l^ r k Sold sl ’ so mer jY scli for $5 0 ° Values formerly sold
and s*.oo. to $5.50. as high as $16.00.
SI.OO vi!fL $5.00
Ladies’ Sport Hats P atter " s and desi g n Sport Skirts, in all
Only 12 left. Form- and sc l uare wool quality. Plain
erly sold at $2.00. a /t WOO^t pl f^ ted - Form - \
sold at so.oo t o erly sold at SIO.OO
$3.59.
$2.00 $3.00 SIO.OO |
Slip On Sweater. Silk Sweaters, in One rack of Dresses, i
Any one in the house tuxedo effects and a Poiret Twill and (
at this price. Form- few slip ons sam- Canton Crepe. Only
erly sold at $3.00 to pies. Formerly sold one of a number. <
at $6.00. Former price $20.00.
$12.00 $19.00
Sport Coats, in the Lt\j PCT. Suits, in various
Reduction on aH “
Formerly sold up to Coats, Suits, Dress- —*■ —r
slß.o°. Your choice „. Ckhio and iUu.
while they last. J > A F
LEON STRAUSS
55-57.59 MARYLAND AVENUE
PHONE 387
i
‘ ‘
WEEKLY PROCEEDINGS
TESTAMENTARY COURT j
Proceedings of the regular weekly
meeting of the County Orphans' Court
yesterday were as follows:.
The last will and testament of
Georgeanna Green, filed and admitted
to probate.
First and final account of Kate
Johnson, administratrix of Martha
Rarrand. filed, examined end parsed.
First and final account of Ridgely
P, Melvin, executor of Matilda McC
Brashears, filed, examined and passed
First and final account of Ridgely
P Melvin, adiuinhtrutor of Fannie W
Throckmorton, filed, examined and
passed.
Order of court In the matter of the
estate of Margaret N. Gates, filed and
passed.
Statement of assets of the persona’
estate of Lillian 11. Gibbs, filed and
passed.
PROMPT MOVE FOR
LIGHT WINES. BEER
(Continued From Pace 1.)
etl that the place of worach in indus
try le established by specific amend
ments to existing statutes, retaining
as is necessary to the health and
well-1 sing of the state those laws pro
tecting them in the home and in in
dustry.
BED PEPPER HEAT
EiS RHEUMATISM
Red Pepper Huh takes the “ouch"
from sore, stiff, aching joints. It can
not hurt you, and it certainly stops
that old rheumatism torture at once.
When you are suffering so you cai
hardly get around, just try Red Pep
per Rub and you will have the quick
est relier known. Nothing has such
concentrated, penetrating heat as red
peppers. Just as soon as you apply
Red Pepper Rub you will feel the
tingling heat. In three minutes it
warms the sore spot through and
through. Pain and soreness are gone
Ask any good druggist for a jar oi
Rowles Red Pepper Rub. Be sure to
get the genuine, with the name Rowles
on each nsekare— Advertisement.
T?IE evfmxg capital, ANXArons, Maryland. Wednesday, January 3.192.3.
COMPANY M JUNIORS I
BEAT HOLLAND SI. STARS
The basketball team of Company)
“M” Juniors won a hard fought court
battle from the Holland Street Stars
Monday, by 26 to 20. The game was
a thriller from start to finish.
The Stars were outclassed in the first
half, but came back strong ’n the las?
half. The line-up and summary:
Company “M” Juniors —Katcef and
Colbourn. forwards: Taylor, centre:
Dimaggio and Restaino. guards.
Holland Street Stars—Hipkins and
Cornell, forwards; Simmons, centre;
Nelson and Hackett. guards.
Substitutions: Cicarone for Haek
e?t. Hackett for Simmons, Simmoi.s
for Cornell. Field goals: Taylor
(11). Hipkins (5). Simmons (3),
Hackett (2). Kateef, Restaino, Cica
rone. Referee, Musterman, Co. “M.“
The Company “M” Juniors recently
won a game from the powerful Gram
mar School quint by the score of 26
to 25. The Juniors challenge any 95 j
or 100-ponnd teams in or around An
napolis. For game* address Manager
H. E. Kolbe, 37 West street, city.
EASTPORT NURSES’ AID
WILL ELECT OFFICERS
The regular meeting of the East
port Nurses’ Aid will le held tomor
row. at 7:30. at residence of Mrs. Leon
Bryan. State street, where the society
will be entertained by her mother
Mrs. I. Brown. All members are
urged to be present at the meeting as
the election of officers will take
place.
Recovers From Illness
S. C. Cardes, of 41 West street, who
has been 111 for the past fortnight, is
convalescing and was out yesterday
for the first time since his illness.
SOON TO MAKE
IMPROVEMENTS
TO COURT HOUSE
(Continued From Face 1.)
I. feet, said road to end at a point
160 feet distant to the present road
leading to the ferry to Sherwood
Forest. The commission is composed
of Alton R. Arnold. F. E. Ridout and
Max Haneke, and it is directed to
meet on said at 10 a. m., Febru
ary 2. to hear all persons for. or
against, opening the proposed road.
Rond Trucks In, Bud Sluipe
As a result of an inspection of
county road trucks recently made by
him. County Engineer Burwell finds
that three of them—one in the Sec
ond district and two of the county
fleet—have reached such a state of de
terioration that they are more of a
liability than an asset. Mr. Burwell
recommends that a new pneumatic
tire, two-ton capacity truck he bought
for the Second district, and also a
similar truck for the county fleet. He
also suggests that the truck for the
county fleet be paid for by the various
districts in proportion to the road tax
basis. The engineer also
permission to dispose of three old
trucks, either by sale, or trade-in on
the purchase of new trucks. The rec
ommendations in each instance wore
adopted by the board.
Engineer Burwell also submitted
his customary monthly report of tlic
proportionate rate of expenditure of
the road tax for the several districts
sendslTmileT
FOR BEfS EMULSION
Mr. John D. Bear, Clearbrook. Va.
Dear Sir:
Enclosed find Post Office
money order for which please send
me one tottle of Bear’s Emulsion. I
have used one botle and I think it
works line. What will half a dozen
bottles cost me delivered to my post
office? I don't like to have them sent
by Express as I live forty miles from
the railroad.
Your truly,
J. S. Stauffer, Kendrick, Colo.
The alove letter shows what a won
derful reputation Bear's Emulsion has
I among the thousands who have used
| it. For coughs, colds, bronchitis,
[ lung troubles and geqeral run-down
| condition there is nothing more ben
eficial. Bear's Emulsion is for sale at
leadiug druggists, price $1.25 a bot
tle.— (Adv.)
Mother —Don't ask so many quos- I
tions, Katie. Don't you know that
curiosity once killed a cat? Katie —
What did the cat want to know, moth
er?—ChicagoPost
CROupy I
Cough
Strikes terror in
the mother's heart.
TOUEY?| <^U * ck
j flilrii FOLEY’S
SJiL HONEY
SIS &TAR
E * t * bfah^lß7s
g grfnted on
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American History
DAY BY DAY
By T. P. 6 ree
JANVARY S
v Greatest of Roman orators,
Marcus Tillius Cicero, born on
date in Roman calendar cor
responding to January 3,10 G
B C.
Caesar and Pompev fought
the Battle of Ruspina on
January 3, 46 B. C.
Martin Luther excommuni
cated on January 3, 1521.
Samuel Pepys noted in fam
ous diary that he first saw wo
men on the stage In London
on January 3. 1661.
France offered mediation
between the American Union
and the Confederacy on Janu
ary 3, 1863.
United States called 687.000
registered and certified men to
the colors on January 3, 1918.
FOR 2 SHORT COURSES
IN DAIRY INSTRUCTION
COLLEGE PARK. Jan. 3. Two
short courses in dairy instruction, to
be held at the University of Maryland
during the present month, have beer
announced by Prof. J. A. Gamble,
head of the dairy husbandry depart
ment.
The first course, extending over r
period of one week, is scheduled to
begin January 8 and is intended U
equip students to become cream test
ers at milk plants and creameries
where it is necessary ot ascertain th*
percentage of butter fat in milk. The
course will consist of lectures and
laboratory work dealing with the his
tory, volume and value of dairy
products: the secretions of milk; thf
composition of milk and cream: and
the sampling and testing of milk and
milk products.
The other course, extending over a
period of two weeks or longer, i f
necessary, will include instruction ir
dairy production and will equip stud
ents to take up cow testing or ad
vanced registry work or to improve
their methods of managing (lairj
herds. Instruction will cover the
care, feeding and management of
dairy cows, including feeds and feed
ing. and cow testing and advanced
registry work.
No tuition fees will be charged resi
dents of Maryland for either of the
courses, although a charge of $5 will
be made to cover the cost of labora
tory materials.
If the sculptors keep on making
statues of Abraham Lincoln soon no
body will know how Lincoln looked.—
Atchison Globe.
THE
BETTER WAY
jTO HEALTH
SfHEALTH TALK No. 10
“Stop, look, and listen” —is/ not
a bad motto at any time. It is
equally good iu matters- of health.
Some day you will stand at the
cross roads—with the road to
health stretching out lefoie you in
one direction —and the road to uis
ease in another. The toad down
is always an easy one to travel, — j
just neglect, carelessness, disob- tj
edience to the laws of health. jj
The road upward to health is :j
always a little harder to travel—
it means a little thought, a little
attention, a little self denial.
In either case, stop and think— j
What is at the end of the road? i
Are you at the cross roads now?! |
Or have you alreadv slipped a lit- j
tie on the downward road?
j Stop now. and think where you !
are. Choose the right road now
j while you may—and if you have j j
; already thoughtlessly started on j j
| the downward path, turn back now j ;
| before you get too U.r from the
j goal o.' health.
Let us help you check up on jj
your physical condition. Let us H
show you how we may help you ,
onward on the right road, the i
road worth while, the better way
to health. Consultation and spin- '
al analysis free.
TELEPHONE 663
Dr. J. M. Jones !
Chiropractor
61 COLLEGE AVENUE j
ANNAPOLIS. MD.
! Hours each Tuesday, Thursday
Saturday: 2:30 to 4:30 P. M. |jj
Announce prize
WINNERS OF C.
OF C. CONTEST
(Continued From I'm* I.J
215 Prince George street, S2O;
19,428 coupons.
Seventh Prize—Clias. W. Smith.
Jr.. 200 Prince George street. S2O;
16,881 coupons.
Eighth Prize—Mrs. Frank Al
ton. 282 Sixth street. East port.
S2O; 15,074 coupons.
Ninth Prize—Psul Holly. 126
Market St.. $10; 14.656 coupons.
Tenth Prize—Mrs. John A.
Carr. R. F. D. No. 1, $10; 11.548
coupons.
These Acted As Judges
The committee that conducted the
count of coupons was composed of
Claremc M. White, president end the
following other members of the
Chamber of Commerce: Del mas C.
Stutler. Harry Kenchington. Leon
Strauss, Oscar Shacks. J. Weinberg,
Barney Berman. William U. Me-
Cready, Thomas E. Strange, and
Henry C. Campb ell. Thornton
Strange and J. A. Brady, acted a s
clerks or tellers.
When the members of the commit
tee got together at the hotel Mary
land last night, the extent of the task
that confronted them was at once rea
lized. However, the work of protvel
ing with the count was facilitated
by adopting the process of elimina
tion. In other words, the committee
assorted the names of contestants who
ha dturned in the largest packets of
coupons. This gioup contained 44. al
though there was a total of 450 per
sons who entered into the contest.
The count was then taken up until
he 'ackets of the it re.e.red to. were
completed, end conclusion as to the
.0 highest who would get the prizes,
vas arrived at.
The Original Food-Drink for All Ages-
Quick Lunch at Home Office
Rich Milk, Malted Grain Extract in Pow
der fit Tablet f onus. Nourish lag- No cooking.
Avoid Imitations and Substitute'
f/ >
Snyder Bros. Bakers
OF KAsTPOHT
Have opened a Branch Store
> —at—
-234 Main Street
(Next l>oor to l(:inthkc‘n Helloi lessen
Store.)
r HOT RKEAI) AN I ROLLS KUKY
AFTERNOON AT 3:59 l\ M.
SNYDER BROS
BAKERS
KANTPORT.
_y
EDWARD ROBBINS
Paperhanger
Work Promptly Done
110 MARKET ST.
Phone 751-M. j-10
SAMUEL W. BROOKS l COJ
CHAM. NELSON BROOKS
PAINTING DECORATING
PAPER HANGING
st—
Estimates Cheerfully Furnished.
Color schemes for furniture paintings.
Upholstering and Gold Line Work.
ISVfc DF.AN KT. PHONE M4-W.
-TT —,li ~7,T7r/
| CIRCLE PLAYHOUSE
pi ZANE GREY’S GREAT STORY IN PICTURES
‘“THE last trail
I E Qn the Sams Program will be: A Good Comedy, Aesop* Fables and Select*
★ STAR THEATRE %
- m
TODAY THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY
S lt ß P :r' Vodavil! Vodavil! Vodavl
■ '• * MANS & CARTER SHOWS
“TIMBER 10—PEOPLE—10
QUEEN 5 Pretty Girls and 2 Good Comedians. I
Path* Xcm Rn| ■
,dlf ' Sherlock holmes ' Pearl White fha:,!,r v J
Florence Reed T p e , H ° U . , J l d *, of “BROADWAY “Buffcd° S: l
__, XA _ Baskerville PEACOCK ,,
e If they play at the Star Theatre, they must
Coming Next Week: The Million Dollar Picture, “Fodi - * vi J
Memlers of the Chamler are high
ly gratified over the success that at
tended the contest. It exceeded at!
expectations. It was hardly thought
that as many as 439 persons had Icon
engaged in collecting the coupons.
And ns hitherto stated in the columns
of The Capital, checking up by the
merchants as a result of coupons ga
en with cash purchases, revealed that
the contest pieant a total of jdtS.OOO
|
Strange & WhiteCq
Sr- .q,
I On all Mens’
; Our lin? consist- <
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AL.TEK VI ION* \i , , . .
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TheR.L. Doilings Companif
Announce the Payment of the Fe!!;.w
Dividends of Companies Financed hy the-
QUARTERLY, PAID JANUARY 1. 13."
The II L. Doilings Company of Ohio
The inte.national Note & Mortgage Co.. Columbia.
The Clay Products Co:; puny. Drar.il, Ind
The International Note & Mortgage Co., Indianan, r,
SEMI-ANNUAL, PAID JANUARY I, 1
Tlie R. L. Doilings Company of Indiana
■ The Anderson Foundry & Machine Co., Ander m
The Insley Mfg. Co.. Indianapolis. Ind
The Rude Mfg. Co., Lilerty. Ind
The Service Motor Truck t'o., Wabash, ind
The Western Drop Forge Co.. Marion, Iml
The Hugro Mfg. Co. Warsaw, Ind
The MiUholland Machine Co., Indianapolis, I ml.
I The Steel Fabricating Corporation, Mich n t
SEMI-ANNUAL, PAID JANUARY 15, !Cr
The U. L. Doilings Company of Pennsylvania...
American Bronze Corporation, Berwyn, Pennu...
American Cone &■ Pretzel Co., Philadelphia, pern.
The American Motor Truck Co., Newark. Ohio.
The C. & E. Shoe Company, Columbus, Ohio
The Cullen & Vaughn Co.. Hamilton, Ohio
Tlie Mykrantz Co., Columbus, Ohio
The Matthews Engineering Co., Sandusky. Olh
IMcCambridge Co., Philadelphia, Penna
The Recording Devices Co.. Dayton, Ohio
The Florida Farms & Industries Co., Columbu <■
The Burton-Townsend Co.. Zanesville. 0hi0...
Crance Ice Cream Co.. Philadelphia, Penna
Tlie Crane-Ohio Ice Cream Co., Columbus, Ohio
I The Franklin Brick Ar Tile Co. Columbus, Ohio..
Commercial Truck Company, Philadelphia, Penna.
The North Curoliiia Farms Co.. Columbus. Ohio.
The C hampion Engineering Co., Kenton, Ohio.
Plioeaix Iron Works Co.. Meadville, penna
Commercial Truck Service Corporation, Phil :
The Phoenix Portland Cemont Co.. Columbus. t<
SEMI-ANNUAL. PAID FEBRUARY 1 i.
V.-G. Baking Co., Allentown, Penna I
Checks will be mailed on dates
indicated above.
The R. L. Doilings Company I
203 Morris Building, Baltimore, ! lcrv^’l
•p it with the
people of Annapo’
For ('aids. Crl; , r w
and as a Prever.tivt- •
promo minim: *
Lears the signature
(Re sure you g•• j. , I
(Adv.) !
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