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Evening capital. [volume] (Annapolis, Md.) 1922-1981, January 20, 1923, Image 3

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Social and Personal
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. heart for the
, you will miss
,a ay to make
r, . thug songs like
, . j',>; , knows.
. •*, Wisdom then
~, and steadily,
•.hilt* you may, |
wr >r ■■ !■' !< n *’
■ embering the
i ; ,.it used to be,
thinking of a
v.viiom for the
.1 ! and done.
•a,t i iu-r lids down
ii• * l l v upon the
,i to ended since
ai t ontomporury
l Ui • •• •••
| lull JifHtjtil
, . head* the long
. ltr , .. !• i In* dance, .re
•• uii ■ ui o' iit at the Lyric
w .,, t iin- l iving Club of
UeniH, Ted
, j ;,i licnisli.iwti dancers
sol
y . v 11 niu-c; announces the
i ~ r da in hi <■ r. Ida Louise,
j.,.;; hi, I l Whit grove, it. s.
jrj.i.i , i•!’ Naval Academy
. i son of Mr. and Mrs. |
IVymt, cf DcKalh, 111 The
j, !i, k pl.oiii New York City
b*r : ' iMrs. VYhitgrove *
> , ■ i•! i ciitna tiller Joseph
|t.i hit i
Ntliidt'ii
'mi :i .lain < of the series givep •
I J,iv.>r Sc: \i, c Association in
p: i i will t.c given today at the
:Muo 16th street,
[at 11. : .:a o'clock,
tt.ii c.l Mrs \mos A. Fries,
lit S :M siul Miss Mary Fulmer
T#
mi
W H nrerelott. Jr . will go to '
I’rk "!■ .I.ititi:it v U7 for a ten
c her husband. I,lent.-
I’ti nuon. u ho is attached
1' s s. Vrkansas."
Lr I icut.
lb. >iiiillt
Hi’ty hetit Hill has sent out
r a butt el supper on
h v co'iiui;:. January 27, in
'I ! t brother and sister-ln
in and Mrs. Haymond j
' ni.irrctt’c recently took
Atilt)
!1 ■ l er Moss is iu Yeadon, Pa.,
s hem called by illness
ef her son, James Mobs.
1 c *' >• \ti-ierson arrived yes
■ "eek' - \ isit to her sou
! r.ii.Vev. Lieut .-Com*
*‘* w Mrs Kush Kay.
!l
Academy
and Mrs H. K Shot*
tiv. informal supper
iHaii i.
■" ir lav night dance
evening at Carvel
hirt) to midnight.
r Pirt)
'hit
’’ H Hurwell, Jr.,
: 'ht before the of-
'al Academy.
t Party
irLur
and Mrs. Hush
t a large supper
. “ :; i compliment to Mr.
A e;v,; S . (1 f Philadel
-I‘i g the week-end
was served at
■ party afterwards
£ * a ' ‘Linoo in the Naval
[ *htht
r i‘ ‘ v s hop this week*
vst. Second and
■ be given in the
'bo •‘informal" this
e at the moving
shipmen in the
£ will bo Clara
r '• The World Ma-
In
bi. of Ardmore,
•' < ok-end guest of
; ..rron p. liuUois.
Midshipmen
:r;> m liis recent
:,!| d is Lack on
J *
i Suffering
From llrlp|M>
Mrs. Martha B. Stevens. 120 Conduit
Street, f* confined to her bed by the
grippe,
4 ha phi in jypns
In Hospital
Chaplain Sydney K. Evans is a
patient In the Naval Academy Hos
pital, where he went early in the
week to undergo a minor operation on
bin nose. Chaplain Truman Post
Kiddle will come from Washington,
where he is attached to the Sixth Di
vision. to preach tomorrow morning
in the Naval Academy Chapel.
Guests At
Presbyterian Manse
Mr. and Mrs. Oren H. Persons and
two children, of New York, are visit- ,
ing the Rev. Dr. and Mrs. S. E. Per
sons at the Presbyterian Manse, Duke
of Gloucester street.
Cotillon Cluli Hop
At College
The third of the winter series of
dances given by St. John’s College
Cotillon Clnb. which took 'jilgoe last
night in the College gymnasium was
an unusually large and attractive af
fair, with a number of out-of-town
guests at it. Excellent music was
furnished by lula’s orchestra. In the
receiving party wre Vice-President
and Mrs. J. 11. Rippere, Doctor and
Mrs. W. L. Marcy and Captain and
Mrs. K. C. Schwinn.
Noted Surgeon Here
For Kdueatlonul Meet
Dr. J. M. T. Finney, the noted Balti
more surgeon, was among the School
Board members who attended the first
day’s session of the annual con
ference of the State and county
hoards held on Thursday in the State
, House, and the luncheon given in
their honor by Governor Ritchie.
Officers’ Dinner lii
Naval Academy
The fourth of the series of .officers’
dances being given at the Naval Acad
emy Officers' Mess took place last
night and was largely attended. Al
though no date has been named for
any more of these dances, it is
thought there will le one given before
Lent.
Back From
Honeymoon
Mr. and Mth. Chnuncey G. Parker.
Jr., have returned from Bermuda,
where they went on their wedding
trifk and are temporarily staying with
the former’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Chuuncey G. Parker, at their home at
1301 17th street, Washington.
RECOVERS FROM LA GRIPPE
COUGH
"Was very bad with La Grippe and
had a severe cough. Tried Foley’s
Honey and Tar and it stopped ray
cough and I got better,” writes Mrs.
Mary Kisby. Spokane, Washington.
Coughs resulting from La Grippe, In
fluenza, Bronchitis, Whooping Cough.
Asthma and Spasmodic Croup are
quickly relieved with Foley’s Honey
and Tar. Contains no opiates—ln
gredients printed on the wrapper
Largest selling cough medicine in the
world. Refuse substitutes. Insist on
1 Foley's Honey and Tar. —(Adv.)
According to some of the reports
from Washington, a lot of Congress
men thought the Volstead law was
like the draft law—they were exempt.
—Dayton News.
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THE EVKXIXCI CAPITAL. ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND. SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1923
BUFFALO HARBOR
CHOKED BY BUI
Hundred Large Lake Freighters
Carry Cargoes Totaling 29,000-
000 Bushels
IB y The Frfit.)
BUFFALO, Jan. 20—Strung along
side by side in imposing array under
the lee of the outer breakwater, and
tucked away in comers of the inner
harbor here, are nearly 100 of the
largest freighters on the Great Lakes,
loaded to capacity with grain harvest
ed in the American and the Canadian
northwest last fall. The vessels with
their cargoes, which comprise nearly
29,000.000 bushels of grain—wheat,
corn. oats. rye. barley and flax are
worth at preseat market prices about
$50,000 000.
Much of the grain will remain in
storage in the holds of the vessels un
til spring when it will he elevated,
loaded into canal barges, and moved
to tidewater. Other vessels have been
so placed in the harbor that they can
he moved up to elevator legs some
time during the winter when the
movement by rail will have relieved
the elevators of u part of their bulg
ing stores.
Movement. I* Continuous
The movement of grain from boat
to elevator and from elevator to box
cars never i eases from the .time the
goldeh stTeartt Starts' down the Great
Lakes. I rut rhe final lush is so great
jfej j
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Mm
ftp
Palmer Engine
BENJ. E. SARLES
AGENT
Phone 601-M Annapolis, Md
Jks Circlet i wore tkaa a Braawere. It’s
.l l j \ inr ■ nd . •“P | y *hp* over
the head, clasp* at the waist and Older*
arm, and amootha oat njly lines.
I L V ° t VT J ,aUr can ’* rHit ’ octaal
SI on U*"”/T’ " a r r / jWreea W
Nf™ 0 Hygienic-Fashion Institute
120 East 16th St., New York. Dep’t M.
that these facilities meet the demands
of only a small portion of the fleet.
Nor could tidewater facilities handle
I the crop if it were possible to move It
[ there as rapidly as the freighters
bring it down the lakes So the big
freighters become storehouses for the
i winter, and they are as desirable for
that purpose as the elevators.
The largest winter cargo In floating
storage this season is in the hold of
the Steamer William C. Agnew. Oats
in her bins would flB 250 box cars, or
a total of 501,8615 bushels—one of the
largest winter cargoes on record. Th e
Schoonmaker rates next, with 445.000
bushels of grain.
The Agnew was among the last of
the grain carriers to battle through
the storm-swept lakes at the close of
navigation.
Grain receipts at the port of Buffalo
this season broke all previous rec
ords. The total of all grains and flour
figured ou a wheat-bushel basis, was
295,830,566 bushels. This is more,
than double any total since 1916, The
previous high mark was 25 years ago.
when a bumper crop brought the total
up to 267,395,434 bushels.
‘‘Pa, what do they mean by 'shoot
ing the bull’?’’ asked Clarence.
"It is the bunk a hunter who shot
some farmer's poor old cow gives you
about the deer he shot,” snapped his
dad.—Cincinnati Enquirer.
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We take/ great that, in addition to augmented stocks of
' desirable larger and more complete than at any previous time in the
history of our business, w&have now added and placed on sale a stock of
Desirable, Moderately Priced Furniture
Mirrors and tamps
Jr , i j
y which we cordially invite you to inspect. These articles, dependable in every respect,
have been selected with all the knowledge and experience acquired ih many years
of active engagement in high clasSl decoration and furnishings.
The three important factors that mlake furniture desirable and of lasting satisfaction
and pleasure as (exemplified in the fmuch sought after Antiques of today, namely
1 ;• •*** ' * * - *' * ' : v J - ' * '^ ri * u h *
/ c. Constructiow,• Design and Finish
/' have been given special thought and consideration
/as weft as the fact that
The well-furnished room meed not necessarily he expensive
! 1 J ’ 7 1 1.
The room is merely a confined spacr; in which individuality expressed in the
furnishings, and the room that is contact rather than conspicuous generally affords
pleasure over the longest period.
We especially desire to emphasize the moderate prices
at which this J\ irniture is marked f #
jjfi' -. A FEW I\AMPLES •
Chairs ... .•$ 20 ujp 'J Tea Wagons • . .$25 up
Mirrors ..•%• 15 up 1 Table Nests. . % . • 42 up
End Tables. ... 25 up \ Desks 45 up
Tilt-Top Tables • • 40 up \ Gate Leg Tables • • 70 up
Prihts . • • • • 20 up \ Book Cases .... 175 up
Secretaries • • • . 185 up \ Lamps ..... 25 up
Biexl Room Suites • . . Si 1 ?. JO, 350, 525 and upwards
* * Dining Room Suites ... 4 tK), 425, 525 and upwards
f
i f ORIENTAL RUGS
We also direct attention to the unusually largl' stock of Oriental Rugs which have
just been placed on sale. Not only is the selection larger and more'complete than
ever before, but the prices are such as should \ interest all those who desire floor
coverings of this character.
Hundreds of Small Oriental Rugs of a qual ft , firmer and better made than are
generally obtainable are includuiL in this assortment
at $25, 30, 35, 40, 50 and up.
Larger Room Sized Oriental Rugs can be h: fd at very reasonable prices, some
no higher in price than what avouM l>e paid fo>Va good Domestic Machine-made
Rug. These are somewhat limited in quantity, antTa n early visit is urged.
Genuine Handwoven Oriental Rugs,! size 9 ft. x 12 ft. \
f froru $125 up ,
® 1 i ,
VFrtight paid to all shipping
'faitui tn the United Statem. |
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Young Women's
Christian Association
I '
I **l un come that they Blight have
life and that they might hata
U Biore abundantly.*’
Membership .Meeting
Be sure to come to the big member
ship meeting which will be held on
Monday*.* January 22. at Sp. m , the
reading room of the "Y.” Every mem
ber of the association is urged to be
present, as this meeting will be of
great interest to each oue. An inter
esting and varied program will be
given, whjch will include several
•short talks, a few reports, a pageant,
and a delightful social hour. The
membership meetings of the "Y" are
doing much towards increasing active
interest In the different branches "of
the work that the *‘Y” is doing for the
girls and women Qf Anne Arundel
county and Annapolis.
Sfw Basketry (’lass
A new basketry class for adults will
open on Tuesday, January 23. at 7:30
p. m., in the reading rooms of th e Y.
IW. C. A. The art of making baskets
and reed-weaving will be taught, and
i as this work is of great interest to
i many people, it is requested that any
qne who wishes to ioin this H..-
should register at once. A fee of $2 '
will *be charged for the six lessous. J
and the class will be limited to fey j
members.
Dancing Class
January 27 is the date for the open-1
ing of the folk and aesthetic dancing
class that Miss Burch will conduct for '
children between the ages of 4 to 10 |
years. This is a very popular class of
the “Y” and as the whole class, which j
will be divided into two classes of 20
members, each may soon fill. Anyone
desiring to register their children
shpuld do so at once at the Y. \V. C. A
The classes will be held in the assem
bly rooms on Duke of Gloucester
street at 10 a. m. on Saturday. Janu
ary 27. A fee of $3 will be charged
for the eight lessons.
Girl Reserve pageant
Watch for the date and place of the
big Girl Reserve pageant that will be
given some time in February. All of
the Girl Reserve Clubs of Annapolis
and Anne Arundel, county will com
bine to give this pageant, which will
tell of the wonderful work of this
branch of the "Y” work.
Editor (criticizing employee—That's
your business —you are in charge of
the "Actualities of the Week” col
umn. Reporter—There are none.
Editor—What do I care? Make some!
—L’II hi at ration.
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