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of l.
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y Evening Capital.
r rvKMMi EXCKPT SUNDAY!.
. \ll No. !>•'!.
IS! IS HEN
ITS PIJII FOB
I1HITEIY”
Of Committee To Court-,
gj IOW t Installation Of New
ktem Would Cost Over $7,-1
i And Current $5 96 Per
,l, t Additional.
POSE MERCHANTS
bear HALF EXPENSE
. lt f|( ( . 4 tahlUhincnt of a
wil , Annapolis, thereby
( thi <il' i it u par with other
||j ( .. c-piM ially capital cit*
, ilMidetl sten forward at
northly meeting of the City
,icld la.-t night. It now looks
final action in the pretti
,,l! lnrgt ly upon tlie
lent and public spirit r the
, mi-ii nf the sections to be
ml ii\ ;iili improved lighting*
Ittßiniiltee Makes Report
matter wa brought before the
j! through a n*|><rt of the eloe
ii i :!]iuittee of the Council,
omln-rs of this r< mmiltet had
red ait!i officials of the Anna
put!!: nihties Company, which ,
, !) electric light, gas and j
i the city, and li. T. Connelly,
temietit of this company was
e city officials and outlined
ir ti.e details in connection with
rvect The propt sed "white
* ild he along Main and West
k t c principal business thor
;r**s af the i ty. and from Main
aienjt Market Square as far as
fraction of Cornhill street.
Itmilil (ost tiier sT.ftiMl
l Aiailatbin of th“ new light-,
cent would cost between $7.-
M nnHtttirtl On I’uk* 4 A
IL DRILLING!
ILDE fit lIALLOCK CO.
WORK UIWItANTEED!
-Ii nl.i! and Ipili k HiTvt. e, apply
WILDE a; HALLOCK CO.
1 ilh A A . Route 3, or Shady
Side. Met Jls
ASKET-BALL
COMPANY "M”
vs
KEINA MERCEDES
uttday, January 9th
Came S P m.
' X 25 CENTS
NOTICE!
\ I It V Ml's
a MILK nr
with itic \i:tv
h, ~ n'lie sale of same,
e, 11\.l.nmary t. l!fj:t.
benrs. t a. iu to l p.;
Muidi t|Ml Itnlldtng
'' : ,T t. opposite Market
> MM V AltnOTT tJAfJF.
City Clerk.
notice!
...
• Mi> l.ankmjj and
■ :i } Directors de
r cent semi-an-j
' Stockholders of |
■ '• !9t, dear
IMtyalde January Li.
lls sale is for Wed. Jan. 10 only
/ ON SALE WEDNESDAY 49 CENTS
yp.. ' c "upon and 4!>c will buy one of our
' KEYSTONE SELF-FILLING FOUNTAIN PENS
v 1 hie Day Sale in Order to Advertise
i ’viee $1.50- Special on Wednesday 49c
iYns Guaranteed by the Factory
FREE TODAY ONLY
-Ei;—a HAVERSHARP PENCIL—FREE
111 the First Hundred Purchasers
On Sale Wednesday. 49c
JOS. LEVY
194 MAIN ST.
r hone 4hQ \r
‘ Annapolis. Md.
(Jbernng .
DECLARES KEAN USED
BLACK MASK AT NIGHT
J. T. Norseworthy, Charter Mem
ber Of Morehouse Parish,
Testifies At Probe
CAPT. SKIPWITH, LEADER'
<Hf Th§ Ainat4 FrM*.l
BASTROP, LA, Jan. 9—J T.l
Norseworthy, who declared himself a i
charter member of the Morehouse J
Parish organisation of the Ku KluXj
Klan, asserted on the witness stand j
in connection with an investigation'
into the Klan'a activities today that!
the biaek mask was used by members
of the Morehbuse Klan when they
went on marauding raids at night.
‘ When the Klan went out on raid
ing trips they wore the black masks,
but when they met in the lodge rooms
they wore the white ones." Norse
worthy told Attorney-General Coco,
who is conducting the investigation.
Skip with. Lender, lie Says
“Who was the leader of the Klan.
the grand cyclop*, or whatever they
(•tilled him?” asked Mr. Coco.
“Captain Skipwith, we called hint!
'he president.”
“He was the king of this common-j
tv, of this parish. His word was
final, was li not?” asked the attorney
general.
"Yes, cir.”
“What was the result of all this
raiding? Wasn’t the parish being
conducted by a super-government?”
“It caused all kinds of trouble and
(rnnllmiPil On V'lifip ?.)
LADIES’ AID TO
GIVE OYSTER SUPPER
The Ladles’ Aid of Calvary Church
will give an oyster supper on Wednes
day evening. January 17, in the Re
ligious Education Building, at the
corner of Maryland avenue an d
Prince George street. In addition to
oysters in every style, there will he
ice cream, cake and candy on sale.
DAILY DELIVERIES^
10 BE STOPPED AT
NAVAL COMMISSARY
Daily deliveries from the Naval
Academy Commissary will cease after
January 14. when deliveries will he
cut to one delivery per person per!
week on the following schedule:
Zone No. 1 (Delivery Tuesday)—j
Academic limits and section bounded I
by King George street. College ave
nue. Gloucester. Randall and Green j
streets. Hanover and Wagner streets
! are included in this zone.
Zone No. 2 (Delivery Wednesday)
—Section North of West street and
College avenue, including Wardour,
Cedar Dark and West Annapolis.
Z< ne No. 3 (Delivery Thursday)
Section South of West street. Glou
cester street. Randall and Green
streets, including Eastport.
Orders for delivery must reach the
Commissary Store at least one day in j
advance of the day sot for delivery
to the zone in question.
Tlte change has been made by order
of the Superintendent, Admiral Henry
B. Wilson, with a view to reducing
the prices which the store must ask
to cover the overhead expenses the
greatest of which is the maintaining
1 of a daily delivery system.
Hair Guaranteed to Grow
fSK MADAM \ .1 WALT Kit S' TKKAT
MHXT AS IMKKCTUn 15Y
OLIVIAW I L L I A M S
1J ('OKNIItI.I. STI’KKT
Open Hay and Nieto.
“DICK” GLENDON DROPS
! IN; TAKES LOOK OVER !
I NAVY ROWING MATERIAL
j Richard A Glendon. who for twenty
| years coached the Naval Academ) J
! crews, is not likely to coach another
aggregation, according to a statement)
which he made yesterday. He is here
! for a week, advising with his son 1
| Richard J. Glendon. who succeeded
| him as rowing coach. He was Accord-1
;
j ed a warm welcome by the midship-:
i nten and officers attached to the naval!
i
! station.
Glendon was considering the offer?
i of a number of the big rowing col
leges after he left the Naval Academy
but in every case he would have been
called upon to try to develop a crew
to heat that of the Navy.
“I just could not do it,” said thr j
veteran. ’ “I have too strong a feeling
Tor my old charges and the old Severn
to bring a crew to it to row against
the Navy, lt may appear sentimental
but that’s the way 1 feel about it.:
Money could not Influence me in a .
| matter like this.”
Glendon speaks encouragingly of j
this year's prospects in spite of the
I graduation of seven of Inst year’s!
crew and has a good opinion of the
material from which his son must j
pick this year’s varsity.
ANNUAL INSPECT!
OF COMPANY M. FEB. 7
Company M. this citv'r organization
of the First Infantry. Maryland Na-
I tional Guard, w ill undergo the an
nual inspections at the hands of Fed
eral and State military officers at the
armory here on February 7 in accord
ance with an order just issued l y
Brigadier-General Milton A. Reckord
Adjutant-General of Maryland.
The order of Gen. Reckord fixes the
dates for inspections of all organiza
tions of the guard. Regimental head
quarters of the First Regiment at
Frederick will he inspected January
24.
The law provides that all units pro- j
settled for examination must not have;
less than the minimum officer person
nel and enlisted strength. Genera'
Reckord. in the inspection orders,
urges that all commanding officer;-
take measures to recruit as mam
men as are needed in the various out
fits and to have them all on hand foi
the inspection.
TO CONDUCT DANCING
CLASS FOR CHILDREN
Plans for holding a dancing class j
'for children every Saturday morning)
between the hours of 10 o’clock and ’
noon, beginning January 27, and ex
tending to March 31. now at e prac- j
ticaily completed. Tlte class will be j
under the supervision of Miss Mary'
G. Burch, Girls' Work Secretary of
the Y. W. C. A. Miss Burch has se
cured the permission of the City
Council to use the City Assembly
Rooms for the purpose.
MRS. RYAN DM
WEEKS AFTER HUSBAND
Six weeks after the demise of her'
husband. Mrs. Annie C. Rvan. 69 j
years old. widow of Jern.es E. Ryan
died suddenly this morning at her 1
residence. 23 SL John street. She was j
stricken by apoplexy and died within
a short time Mrs. Ryan had appar-1
ently 1 ecu in good health. Her hus
band died Novemler 27.
Arrangements have been made for
the funeral to he held from the late j
residence Thursday afternoon. at 2
o’clock, and the lody will le convey-;
ed to Baltimore for interment in West- '
ern cemetery 1 eside the grave of her
husband at 3:3ft. Funeral directors
James S. Taylor and Sons have charge
(of arrangements for the obsequies.
JANUARY TERM OF
APPELLATE COURT
Judges of the Maryland Court of
Appeals assembled here today for tbej
regular January term. The docket j
contains 51 cases, about the norma'
number for a January term, and most,
of the appeals are. as usual, from the
; several courts of Baltimore city
Arguments will begin on Tnt.rsiay.
Today the jtidees are engaged in con
sultations and filing opinions in cases
argued during the last October term.
Additional consultations will be held
t tomorrow, and the coif* hopes to I
have decisions rendered in all cases
j; so that the new term will begin with
j a clean slate.
ESTABLISHED IN 1884.
ANNAPOLIS, MI)., TUESDAY. JANUARY
DOUBLE EXECUTION
IN LONDON TODAY
Mrs. Thompson And Bywaters
Pay Penalty For Killing
Former’s Husband
(Ily Tin- %horiat*d I’rr**.)
LONDON. Jan. 9.—Mrs. Edith
Thompson and Frederick Bywaters
were executed today for the murder
jof the woman’s husband. Percy!
Thompson, on Octal er 4. last.
By waters was executed in Pent.m
ville Prison at 9 o’clock. Mrs. Thomp
son was hanged a few minutes later
in Holloway Jail. ,By waters, who
made an eleventh hour attempt to
save Mrs. Thompson 1 v a ‘■confes
sion." met-'fiig death calmly so far
as reports indicated. Mrs. Thompson
had to.le carried to the scaffold. >
Mrs. Thompson Collapses
She collapsed last evening and v. ns j
under the care of physicians during ;
the entire night.
Both of tlu> condemned met death
with protestations of innocence, l’.y
waters maintained that Mrs. Thomp-i
son had no nart in the killing of her!
husband and Hint he killed Thomp
son in seif defense.
The woman in her last Intorv’ew
with her family, assured them that !
she went to death with no guilt on
her soul. The executions took ph.ee!
without any demonstrations on the!
part of the crowd of men and women
gathered about the Jail.
Women marched in a drizzling rain 1
before tlie walls of Holloway Jail,
carrying placards I earing the inser.p
tions:
"it those are hanged the Judge and j
Jury are also guilty of tuurder” and ,
Murder cannot at olish murder.”
CHURCH CONFERENCE
AT TRINITY TOMORROW
A conference of church meml er-;
ship will le held at Trinity Metho
dist 'Episcopal ChmcYT' (South), to-1
morrow night, beginning at 7:30 ’
o’clock. Rev. Arthur E. Owens, pas- ;
tor. announced today/ The public is
invited to attend the conference.
NO SETTLEMENT OF
BRITISH 10 DEBT
UNDER PRESENT LEW
City The :\n<'iiitr<t I'rfmi.)
WASHINGTON, D. C. Jan. 9—Tre- 1
liminarv negotiations with the British!
debt commission over the question olj
the settlement of the war debt of.
Great Britain to the T'nited States
has convinced the administration, a |
i White House spokesman declared to
day, that no settlement of the prob
lem can be made, under terms of the
; law as it now exists.
President Harding is convinced, it
i was declared, that the American com
missioners. in dealing with the situ
ation, must recommend a tentative
nlan for settlement with each of the
debtor European nations without re
gard to the present law and that these
plans must be presented later for the
approval of Congress.
DAUGHERTY GETS
CLEAN BILL FROM
HOUSE COMMITTEE

'Pt Aioorlatrd Prf.)
WASHINGTON. D. CV. Jan. 9—At
j torney-General Daugherty was given
a clean bill of health today by the
; House Judiciary committee which in
. vestigated the impeachment charges |
! brought against him by Representa
tive Keller, Republican, Minnesota.
I In a resolution which was adopted j
bv a vote of 12 to 2. the committee
said that on the evidence obtained;
t did not appear that there was any j
| ground to lelieve that Mr. Daugherty
, had been guilty of any high crime
I or misdemeanor requiring the contin
uance of the impoachment proceed
ings.
The resolution also proposed that
, the judiciary committee should le
discharged from further considera
tion of the Keller charges and the
| proposal and the impeachment reso
lutions introduced l>y the Minnesota
•representative le laid on the table.
BELLI Of TO STAND BY
FRANCE IN liri!R MOVE
(Itr The Amiiri ilrrl l*re<o
P.RFSSELS, Jan. 9. - Premier
Theunis formally announced to the
Chamber of Deputies today the gov
ernment’s determination to “stand
beside France” in the occupation of
' the Ruhr district. He regretted that
the Allies were moving without Eng
land, but said that neither “anger nor
j vengeance” actuated Belgium.
RAIN AND OTHERWISE
I DAMP WEATHER CAUSES
MUCH SICKNESS IN CITY
The storm Rods, having seen fit to
grant a surcease of one day in the
almost continuous rainy weather
which has been the lot of Annapolis j
this winter, reassembled their forces
again last night ami prepared for
one more upon the city. The gray
clouds which yesterday failed to ap
pear had returned with renewed den
sity this morning and the raincoats j
and overshoes which have seen serv
ice extraordinary this year were'
again on the job after the briefest ol
rests.
Whether the climate is changing and 1
Maryland is to have a real rainy sea- j
sen similar to that prevailing in some
bparts cf the tropics, where almost j
uninterrupted rains occur for months i
at a time, or whether Providence is
remembering the coal shortage and;
sending us rain instead or the snow
one may usually expect during the*
winter months, is now I ecoming a
, matter of local speculation. At any
! rate a great epidemic of colds, neu
ralgia. rheumatism and grip is mak-j
; ing its appearance as a result of the '
uncertain weather and there are
many Annapolis citizens who fervent- j
ly hope that the weather man's fore
cast of fair and colder weather for
Wednesday will be fulfilled.
OYSTER SUPPER TO BE j
DIN BT LADIES’ AID
The Ladies’ Aid of Salem Met ho- ‘
dist Episcopal Church. South, met “last
'Thursday at iho church parsonage. I
which is at present occupied by the
Lev. A. E. Owens anil Mrs. Owens
and made enthusiastic plans for an
; oyster supper to he given under the
auspices of the Salem Ladies’ Aid on
I January 25. The proceeds of the sup
j per which will te held in the base
ment of Trinity Church, will 1 e de
voted to the purchase of a new or
. gun for Salem church, inasmuch as
the instrument at present installed!
there is in a state past all hope of re-j
pair.
As the suppers given I v the ladies
of Salem Church have earned a well-j
merited notoriety because of the ex- 1
eellenoe of their cooking and the'
daintiness with which the food is pre
pared and served, it is a certainty!
that the event will not be overlooked
j by those interested in gastronomies, j
| - Should the weather be clear, an
' other meeting of the Ladies’ Aid of
ISalem will 1 e held this week at the
* home of Mr. and Mrs. Owens, on
Thursday, the eleventh, or if the fre
| fluent rains of the past few weeks are
still in evidence, the meeting will be
| postponed until the twelfth. As the
j object of this meeting will be to dis-!
cuss additional plans for the supper,
all the members of the aid are urged
to be in attendance.
LARGE SALEOFIEATS
FOR CONCERT ON IAN. 15
There is a large demand for tickets i
for to be given on Mon
day, January 15. at the Executive.
Mansion, the use of "which Mrs. Rit-J
chie has kindly lent for the purpose j
jof raising funds for the Annapolis
Public Library, in which she has been
deeply interested ever s : nce she c.imej
i to Annapolis.
In addition to the patronc-scs hav- j
ing tickets to dispose of. a limited
number have been placed on sale at
Viegard’s Confectionery Store, State)
Circle. As the artists have given
j their seVvices for the occasion the
expenses will he practically nil. and
tickets for the conrert are being sold
;at the small price of $1 each. The
1 programs, which are unusually at
tractive. will also be sold.
JAPANESE OFFICERS
TO VISIT ACADEMY!
Two prominent officers of the!
Japanese Navv will vir : t the Naval,
i Aelfiemy on Thursday, officials of the;
institution were informed today. The!
visitors will be Captain Hosokawa.)
professor in the Japanese War Col
lege at T°fcio. and Captain Kuroda.
naval inspector for the Nipponese j
Empire at New York. The usual
eour’e=ip6 will be extended them dur
ing their visit.
Tc Lecture At P. G. School
Student-officers attending the mvv
l Post Graduate School here will be ad-;
C dressed on Saturday by H. E. Howell.'
t of the American Chemical Society.,
- The lecture will be delivered at the
' school, beginning at 11 in the morn
jing. |
PHYSICIANS OPERATE
TO SAVE TWO BOYS
Victims Of Accident In Balii
more County Are In Serious
Condition
WOMAN AND BABY DEAL
(Bv Tltf
BALTIMORK. Ml). Jan. 9 Twt
more victims of the accident at Mona
ment Station, Baltimore county, j s j
terdav afternoon, in which Mrs. Jo'it i
Baggott. 26. of AltertOn, Md.. and bet
18-months-old baby wore killed, won
reported in a critical condition at tin
hospital here thie morning. Phy.d
cians will operate today in an effort t< I
save their lives. Loth are small boys
Thov are: George Hickey 7 years
right leg and foot crushed: Jamo- j
Baggott, fi-year-old son of the dead
woman, log fraoturod and serious!
wounds on the body.
Three Morn In Hospital
Three other victims or the acoidon' '
are in the hospital. They are: ? r
Charles S. Whalen. 52, mother of Mrs
Baggott. ribs fraoturod and aho k |
Mrs. Thomas Hickey. 110. sister of Airs j
Baggott. bruises, cuts and internal in j
juries; Naomi Baggott, 4 years <• I<l
daughter of Mrs. Baggott. cuts and
bruises.
The accident occurred shortly at':ei
5 p. m. yostord iv, while the party <> .
women and children were waiting a’'
Monumental Station to take the train
for flie r home at Alberton.
Got Confined On Track
It is believed they aw the bwd*
light of the approaching locomotive
and thought it to he the train which
was to take them to Alberton. Cros
ing the first track, they waited for the
train to null into the station. Mean
while a freight train, unseen by thun
; was approaching on the track on
which they were standing. Unable tc
leap from that track because of the
'passenger train on the other tr- k
I the victims wa re crushed between :h*
two trains.
VAGABONDS EXPECT
10 DEVELOP STRONG
BASKETBALL TLAVI
The reorganized Vagal ond Athletic 1
i Club, of Annapolis.. has decided to put ;
a basketball team in the field for ,he
remainder of the season. First pr. c
tiee was held in the gymnasium a:
St. John’s College last night, and
there is every indication that a team
as strong, if not stronger, than that
of last year, will be developed.
Veterans who reported included
1 “Johnny” Wilson, formerly of St
John's; Musterman. Thompson. Craig !
and L. Jones. In addition to the et ie
club will have the services of sr.oh
valuable men as Ault, who jtim; ed
centre for the Navy five for two t a
i sons. and Bischoff. Moran. Calhoun and
Cohen, all mem! ers of former Nazal
Academy teams. Those five young •f
--. fleers are now attached to duty at '
; the academy. Benjamin Ilyiliday. Jr.,
will manage the team, hut a capt iin
has not as yet 1 ecu chosen. T. Clut
tle Hopkins and Benjamin Britton are
associated with the business staff ol
I the team.
The team hopes to secure a go.m
with the Sparrows Point Athli ti<
(Tub. of Baltimore, for Friday night
i to mark the opening of the seas >n.
j and plans have already been laun li
ed to arrange a strong schedule.
NOTED PREACHER AT
NAVAL ACADEMY CHAPEL
On Sunday morning next the prea-h- i
or at the Naval Academy Chapel wilt
he the Reverend Edgar Y. Mullins. I).
D., President of the Southern Baptist
Theological Seminary of Louisville,
Ky. Doctor Mullins will also addres
the Midshipmen’s Christian Associa
i lion in the evening.
It will be remembered that Doc or
| Mullins was one of the special preach
ers at the Naval Academy Cha;ie!
during the course of last winter. His
) coming arouses interest among those
j who heard him then as he is a brill
iant speaker.
NAVY BASKETERS TO
PLAY KNOX COLLEGE
The Navy basketball players will
; stack up against another newcomer
j tomorrow afternoon when they face
the live of Knox College. Galesburg,
j 111. The lads from the mid-west are
now on an eastern trip, and this will
le their first appearance here in any
j branch of athletics. As is generally
tho case with mid-week games at the
. Academy, tomorrow’s fracas will get
| under way about 4 o’clock.
THE WEATHER:
* Rain this afternoon,
cloudy and colder to- i
night. Wednesday fair.
COM PKKIIRNtMVK LOCAL AND OKNIHAL NKWI.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
MORTALITY OF
CITY JUMPS TO
| HIGH FIGURE
i Dr. Josepji C. Joyce. City Health
Officer Reports 19 Deaths
Compared To 18 Births In De
cember—Seven Cases Of In
icctious Diseases.
FIRE LADDIES SOON
TO ELECT MARSHAL
The general death rate of the city
! lumped way above normal in Decem
ber. and for the first tfnie in many
\ months the inortalitv exceeded the
j birth rate, according to the statistics
I compiled by Dr Joseph C Joyce, city
j health officer. The number of Infectl
i nus diseases reported als > is greater,
i Dr. Joyce filed his usual monthly re
: nort at the regular meeting f tho
i Mayor and City Ctutt. il lp Id la t
i night.
Real Is, Iff; Births, is
The report shows lit deaths, a 3
against IS births, during De-cmber,
j mil the number of infeet ions diseases,
7. By race and sex. the proportionate
j death rate w.v* the same. Li white and
1 0 colored, and Iff males and fe
males. The birth statistics show 7
white males and 5 females; 1 colored
male and 5 females. The table of in
fectious diseases follows: f.nlnr
nnetimonia, 1; bronchial pneumonia,
1; scarlet fever. 2; whooping cough,
2. and chicken pox, 1
In addition to the report made bv
the health officer, it may he added
that scores of residents of the city are
suffering from touches or grin and
heavy colds, due to the generally ttn
j favorable conditions of weather of tUo
last few weeks.
To Fleet Fire Marshal
At last night’s meeting of the Coun
cil, attention was direeled to the Hi t
that the annual meeting for the elec
tion of tho el tv fire marshal will be
hold on Monday night of next week.
The city charter calls for the election
,of that official on the third Monday In 4$
■ the month. Each of the three lira
1 companies name delegates to the eon
; vontion meeting, and the official
i chosen Is subject to the approval of
j the Council. It is generally itnder
: stood there will be no opposition to
j Marshal George T Basil, who has
filled the office very efficiently lor th •
last several years. Tho meeting will
be held In the Council chamber
To Consecrate Bishop
The Venerable Harry Roberts ('ar
son. Archdeacon of Panama Tor the
past few years will he consecrated
; B’sliop of Haiti tomorrow at the Cathe
dral of St. John the Divine in New
Vo’ k.
The Bishop elect is the father of
Midshipman H. R. Carson of the first,
class at the Naval Academy who will
go to New York to attend the cere
mony.
GREEKS CELEBRATED
CHRISMS SUNDAY
Last Sunday, January 7, being the
date of the Greek Christmas, a big
i celebration was held in Baltimore.
Numbers of the large Greek colony,
now forming part of Annapolis’ popu
lation made the trip to the neighbor
* ing city in order to join with their
fellow-countrymen in fitting celcbra
j tion of the great holiday.
Following the elaborate program of
Christmas services at the Greek
church in Baltimore, a hig feast, con
sisting of delicacies unlimited, as well
as many native Greek dishes, was cn
i joyed by both the Baltimore and An
napolis Greeks, who, in spite of the
Unpleasant weather prevailing, re
newed memories of their sunny hoAm
; land in the jolly comradeship of their
. fellows and In the consumption of tbp
wines and viands dear to sons of tho
Hellenic nation.
The Greek New Year will occur on
January 14, next Sunday, when an
j other special program of church 6 rv
i Ices will he held in Baltimore, an !
,!many Annapolis Creeks will Agai t
’j board the W., B. & A. cars to mako
{the short trip to join the : r count ry-
I! men in observing the holiday in theif
■' customary manner.
Spa View Avenue Open
'■ Under a suspension of rules, tho C\7
I Council passed an ordinance drafted
- hv City Counselor Riley to carry into
r effect the provisions for opening of
Spa View' avenue, at Spa View
t Heights, recently deeded to the city aa
a public thoroughfare.

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