■ Social and Personal
B, [^a:nv in N. V. Sun.)
I r ,„j jo*n <>f Nineveh
I ** |, ,i ..uiuiix the sand
I i,i ii* pomp of men,
Bl* drean: ■ Hone live on.
I ... hum!*'* A reamer held
B? # ,if hi* hrain,
■ :i) , unrealized,
■ m <!11 .uned in vain.
Hj'J!,’.,.., ■ .<> moment—but
I mjo |w - ami le no more—
wi.r.i, <lo/.e and nod;
■ fail ' ) (rumbling uxb
till- ■ making sod.
Kj., , !. naught endures—
■ xai.criiHin'l'Uil of the Naval
■ Mrs. Wilson will leave
Kin fur a short visit to their
H da lighter. Mr. and Mrs.
Bi iiiiUy, at their home In,
Hj,., ~r ~| h Auiic'h Church, the
■[i f (•; |i Johnson, is it} Haiti'
H, i the Uiocesan Convon
liuii ii is being held today, to- i
H Andrew I' Penney gave a
K iun( hcnii vcsU-rday. Prizes
li 4 r ihles of bridge were won
H r I'ierre Wilson. Mrs. Albert
Him (leorge M- Arvin, and Mrs
H strpiiett S Douglass wl’l be
H. r -. ~i the meeting of the
H.. (i t ,h on Tuesday next. She
H, il at the tea tftble by
Hi< r t- Fenton. The speaker of
| ( if ilie Department of Applied
Ht. i af Ihe State Federation of
Hit Henning, 116 Duke of Glou-' 1
H er.et entertained the 1915
HiDl> yesterday afternoon.
H !am liur.l Randall will enter-
Hit lumlieon on Friday at her
■on w.st .Mount Vernon Place,
Hm\ for her daughter, Miss
B H K.nnlall. whose marriage
H KiU.tr,| Mitchell llanrahain.
B ■ place <n Saturday. On
I ’t Hist Randall will give
W r >'* r for the members of
■•'•• :rty ,:t the home of her
■ V jggaman entertained
I ten at luncheon yester-
I ‘'ar.’ ’.is." in West Vir-
B • ' Henderson, of Passaic,
■ tg at Carvel Hall.
■ nor Fowler is vis-
I ' iutrgh-ou-Hudson.
■ 1 • and Mrs. George
I cited at dinner last
■ •" atiil Mrs. John Hal
■ n.tt‘,l n.|. r and Mrs. H. 1).
I > heme of red and
I rru 'i out in tho table
Ul and bonbons.
I ’ w'io was tho week-
I , : s t and Mrs. Ar- i
H r "’;" 0 ' "'em to 11aItfmore ,
I Mrs. William C. !
I ' "ill return to An
-3 a short visit
I ,ln ’> Mrs F'ernundez
HJ! ll ' Manama, where she,
everal weeks prior
■ 7 her home in Callfor
■ '(tier is confined tc,
I : tc avenue by an
H *' Lvans, 196 Prince i
H c! , b ° ! ; P:Ul> rtained the 1917:
■ ' rday afternoon.
■* . ! a rks. of Wilmington. ■
B the week-end to
.Ht. Louis * *
State's Attorney James M. Munroe j
and Mrs. Munroe have returned 'from
St. Louis where they have been vis
iting their daughter, Mrs. Warren C 1
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Built to Master a Mountain!
New Motor KgW No Knock,
Has. Power IfeSLdjsV 1 es&IBSMPMs-i , “Pina” or
for Any Hill v | Vibration at
PIKES PE AK MOTOR
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P. O. B. Clrvetaotf .
The ultimate blend of all that is desirable in the car at a price
£ jßat surprisingly low. Deepened seats, refreshingly long,
*• * ow > graceful lines. A masterful performer on any road.
W.O. & anrJnd ■‘lA'jliK > H K^j
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Ai> entirely new type of five passenger closed car, priced for those who
desire genuine closed car durability and comfort at almost open car cost.
Body by Fisher, richly appointed. Exceptionally dignified and spacious.
At • Mr
NEW CHANDLER SIX
I 173-175 West Street, Annapolis, Md.
_T_HE_CjTAN^LER MOTOR CAR COMPANY CLEVELAND
__THfe EVENING CAPITAL. ANNAPOLIS. M ARYLAND. WEDNESDAY. IAMUARY 2* 1i.23
Fritz Kreisler will give a violin re- <
cital this evening at 8:30 in the Lyric I
j Theatre, in Baltimore.
Final Card Party At
j K. Of C. Club
The Tinal card party of the series
being given by the Catholic Daugh
ters of America and the Knights of
Columbus* in the latter's clubhouse
i will take place tomorrow night. .The 1
; grand prizes for the holders of the
season's high scores for pinochle and
; "500" will te awarded, and there will
1 also 1 e prizes for the game tomorrow
night as well as refreshments.
Players are urged to come at 8]
o’clock as It Is desired to start the
games at 8:15 promptly, the evenings l
program being a long one.
Ensign Donald Evans, who has j
been here for a few days' visit has!
returned to the U. a. S. Maryland to
which he is attached and which will j
shortly go south.
Com ales ring Freni
Commander W. R. Van Auken who
has been a patient at the Naval Hos- i
pital for the past fortnight where ■
■ . , J.M.V,, w. , Iff
| he went for an operation for appen
| dicitis is convalescent and this morn
j in* wa* allowed to sit up.
Guests Of Colonel
I And Mrs. Hopkins
The Misses Barton, of Centerville,
who were the guests of Colonel and
Mrs. Harry J. Hopkins, of Murray
Hill for tho week-end. returned
Operated On For j
Nancy Alton Slayton, the little
daughter of* Commander and Mrs.
-Charles C. Slayton, of 112 Duke of
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mountain’s specifications in order to assure rugged * s
strength, limitless power and a commanding margin of
safety, is the outstanding feature of the 1923 Chandler car.
This motor earned its name, for it had to prove its
capacity when pitted against the strains of Pikes Peak,
the world’s loftiest automobile highway, whose summit
is 14,000 feet above the sea.
New Low Prices Complete the Triumph S
The Pikes Peak tests proved that
perfect combustion under the
widest range of atmospheric con
ditions had finally been achieved;
—that the steepest grades could
be ascended in a swift, smooth,
—that instant throttle response
had been obtained even witn low
—that the so called “ ping ”or
spark knock of pre-ignition had
been utterly eliminated regard
less of carbon;
—that vibration, pounding,
bucking, skipping on any grade
had been overcome.
Gloucester street, was operated on j
this morning at the Emergency Hos
pital for a sudden attack of appendi
citis. She is reported to be doing
well. The entire Slayton family has j
been prostrated by grin
The soprano, Margaret Rabold. will
be the soloist at the Peabody Con
servatory recital on Friday afternoon
Mrs. Ferber L' —
Mrs. George B. Keester is among
This new Chandler was built,
without regard to cost, to get the
Four open and four closed body •
styles have been carried to a new
An increase in price could read*
ily have been justified, for the
motor is a much more expensive
But Chandler production skill
has matched Chandler engineer
ing genius, and despite the ad
vance in quality, there are new
low prices on all models. \
The result is a value without
precedent, a value that can be
proved by performance.
| the guests invited (hit aftstnoen by
Mrs. Janies Warner, of Battltnote. to
meet her sister. Mrs. Robert Berber,
who spent last winter in Annapolis.
Chaplain Sydney K. Bvans has re
turned to his quarters at 7 Porter
Row, Naval Academy, from the Naval
Hospital, where he was a patient last
“You're a pretty sharp boy. Tom
my.” "Well. I ought to be. Pa takes
me into his room and strops me three
or four times a week.”—Boston Tran
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