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THE EVENING CAPITAL
It on ttle 4- tt* following (ilucet:
Otorge W. Join-* 52 XV-t Ktrwt
Wlllfeni
George J. J)svis 74 Maryland Ave. )
Ctitt. i, I'plfliunjrr 50 Maryland Axe.
Itiuebird Coafeetloiiery - * Ling George Rt
xvoUatu kttir WMt A Cathedra: St*
w, B. It A. Xewataod, KUrt Lint* Terminal,
M Miller ~.’JS4 W**t Rtreet
N. Ma drle. TUrd A Keren. Axe.. Ktttiiort
De. Cl. irlea K. Marylaud Av..
Martin a Musical Ktnre. -‘M U cat Ktrj-et 1
Ratnsrns Mmlii A c.intuit St.
Delivered In Aniii.pnlia, Kwtaorl. Ger
tntutovui Hinl Weat Annapolis liy carrier
for 45 cents per month.
You ran Have the EVENING CAPITAL
mallei in you when <iw,iv from the fitjr
by leaving your name ami address at the
oflVe for 4.% .-ents per inimth? $5.00 oar
year, payable In iiilvuw. to any iiuttofflot
In tiie cnltml Kieie- or Canada. j
Entered at Ai>iin|M.i|a l*oUiffi<-a aa
tlcconil-Ctaaa Mutter.
Mmhrr of Tlia Associated Croat
The Aaaor-laloil Proaa la excln
atvrly mi til toil to tli* uao for re
uiitillmitioii of nil mwa <redlted to
It or not otlim-wlao credited In
tlila paper knit alao the local news
published herein. AH riirhta of
ra ♦ publli atioii of special dla
pg(<hea liprpln are also re* >rved.
'• ...■ .. ■ '
SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 3, 1923.
AIDING PRO HPT HAIL DELIVERY
Last September notification
was received at the Annapolis
postoffice from the First Assist
ant Postmaster-General, John 11.
Hartlett, to the effect that within
a reasonable length of time all
dwellings in the city must lie pro
vided with door-slots or mail re
cepeacles if their occupants were
to he entitled to receive their
mail by street carriers. This rule
was to have become effective
January 1, but the Department
later decided to extend the time
for promulgating (he order until
March ill. After that fldte, how
ever, street mail carriers will be
instructed to deliver no mail at
residences where the Depart
ment’s order has not been heeded.
While there still remains time
in which to comply with the re
quest of the postal authorities, it
is to be hoped that those house
holders who have so far failed to
act promptly will do so at once
in ortler that they may not suf
fer inconveniences later on. The
postal officials, it is announced,
have given due notice that this
order will he rigidly enforced.
As a means of facilitating the
quick delivery of mail at resi
dences in the city, the plan adopt
ed by the Postoffice Department
appears to he a good one. and. as
the expense entailed in providing
the necessary receptacle or door
slot is small, there is little room
for objection. As a matter of
fact, xvheti the street mail carrier
is compelled to wait for an ans
wer to his knock on the door or
a ringing of the door-hell before
he can deliver his mail, much loss
of time results. With the proper
mail receptacles installed at all
dwellings, the time gained not
only is a great help to the mail
man hut also to every house
holder. All of us naturally arc
drsifdus of having prompt mail
delivery at all times, and univer
sal compliance \\ i,t,h v thc Depart
ment's order will greatly help in
getting it.
MODERN SPEED
Mailing a letter in Now York
at noon and having it delivered
in San Francisco the next day is
certainly “going some.” the,
achievement justifying the col
loquialism. According to the
chief of the United States air
mail service, this feat will he reg
ularly performed with the return
of summer weather. It will he
rendered possible through the re
moval of the obstacles to night I
flying.
There have been announce
ments from time to time that
these difficulties were being over
come now it is reported that
the chain of land light-houses is
complete. The emergency land
ing fields are ready and all is pre
pared; for the institution of the
regular schedule just as soon as
the Heather is propitious. There
are plfcntv of men now living wTio
can remember the famous “pony
express” which conveyed mail
from St. Joseph. Missouri, to the
Pacific coast in about a week, an
achievement of enterprise almost
as striking for those times as will
be the flight of transcontinental
•postal airplanes.
It is said that the authorities
at Washington will regard this 1
new service as an answer to the
stories of superior progress in
aviation that have been coming
from Europe. C ertainly the de
velopment of the passenger car
rying*-possibilities of the airplane
have been more marked abroad
* • - p. 4
than in this country. We have
no such regular services as those
between Ixmdou ami Paris and
on the continent generally. Hut
Ivuropc has no such long-dis
i fance mail service M air as we!
j shall soon possess,
j General Pershing has recently j
I emphasized the vita! importance ,
{to our country of military air-j
! craft a.> an arm of the national!
{defense, hut in order to have this
j adequate military for£e we must;
j encourage and support commer-l
J cial aviation, which hears to it
the same relation as the merch
, ant marine to the fighting fleet
1 oil the sea.
'one prison to
HANDLE ALL IS
SWEEZEY’S PLAN
■Continued From F|t LI
j addition, the warden nets a residence
jlree of rent, servants, an automobile
j*• nd a chauffeur without cost to him
i Self.
Also Gets Coloin-1% Herndon
Colonel Sweezcy, being a retired
irmy officer, also gets a colonel’s pen
sion for life.
At the same time the Board of Wel
fare announced its approval of the se
lection by Colonel Sweeney of Patrick
Brady ae assistant warden, who will
have charge of the Penitentiary in the
warden’s absences, and of Joseph De
laney as assistant warden at the
House of Correction.
Mr. Brady <9 now assistant warden
Of the Penitentiary and Mr. Delaney
Is a general officer of the PeuUenti
’ary. The salaries they are to receive
were not announced by Mr. Coblentz.
who said, however, that it was ex
pected to save about $2,500 a year by
the consolidation of the two warden
ships.
It was also stated that Edward F.
Kilkenny, long the financial clerk of
the Penitentiary, is to he made super
visor of industries
Mr. Coblentz did not announce the
name of his assistant, whom he is to
pay out of his own salary of $4,000 a
year, but he is considering the name
of J. Preston Hipsley, director of the
Veterans’ Bureau Vocational School,
Baltimore.
Glass Disc Weighs 4hi Tons
The reflector of the huge telescope
at the Mount Wilson Observatory is a
great disc of perfect glass, weighing
no less than tons. This mirror is
so sensitive that If a man comes
within three feet of It the heat of his
body causes It to be distorted. —From
ihe New \'ork Tribune.
- ■ ■ ■ ■
Reckless automobile driving
arouses the suspicion that much of
the horse sense of the good old days
wtfj possessed by the horse.—Boston
Post.
STOPS COCCUS and colds
Neglected coughs and colds lead to
influenza, la grippe, asthma and bron
chitis, and the old method of “letting
It run Its course” is rapidly giving
wfiy to preventive treatment. Three
generations of users hate testified to
the quick relief given by Foley's
Honey and Tar from coughs, colds,
croup, throat, chest and bronchial
trouble. Contains no opiates in
gredients printed on the wrapper. Re
fuse imitations and substitutes.—
(Adv.)
American History
DAY BY DAY
By T. P. Greei
FEBRUARY 2
Germany and the Holy Ro
man Empire united with the
coronation of Otho I as Em
peror, at Rome, on February
2. 962.
New Amsterdam (later New
York City) incorporated on
February 2, 1653.
First Parliament of Great
Britain and Ireland met on
February 2, 1801.
Peace conference between
President Lincoln and th e
Confederate Commissioners
failed on February 2, 1865.
lnrome Tax amendment to
the United States Constitution
became a law on February 2,
1913.
John L. Sullivan, for many
* years heavy-weight champion
of the world, died on February
2, 1918.
FEBRUARY 4
Egbert the Saxon died on
February 4, 839.
Ransom amounting to ap
proximately $1,500,000 paid '
for Richard the Lion-Hearted
of England, to the German
Emperor, Henry VI, on Febru
ary 4. 1194.
American revolutionary
forces occupied New York City
on February 4. 1776.
First electoral vote for
President cast by electoral
college under the United
States Constitution on Tebru
ary 4. 1789.
Louis XVI 6f France took
oath to maintain new French
Constitution on February 4,
J 1790.
United States troops order
ed to Mexican border on Feb
ruary. 4, 19} 2.
Trial of 8010 Pasha, accused
of treason, begnn by French
Government ou February 4
1918.
THE gVr .CfAC, . .aT f! AU, ALNWUOLIS, M ARYLAND. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY n. l-.cjn
jXfua
BT. ANNE’S PARISH
(Fratetfant Kplsropal; Founded Wt.)'
! UKV. EDWAIID I>. JOHNSON, D. D.
Sector.
7:30 A.M.—Holy Communion.
9:30 A. M. —Church School.
11:00 A.M. —Morning Prayer.
(First Sunday, Holy Com
munion.)
7:30 P. M.—Evening Prayer.
All sittings free and unassigned.
ST. LUKE’S CHAPEL
LASTrout
REV. GEOUGK li. SAVAGE.
3:00 P. M.—Sunday School.
4:00 P. M.—Evening Service.
ST. MARY’S C ATHOLIC CHURCH
Masses at 6,7, 8, 10:30 iHigh Mass). ;
Evening Devotion, 7:30 P. M.
NATAL ACADEMY CHAPEL
10:45 A.M. —Morning prayer ana
sermon. •
12 Noon—Sunday School.
Divine service, morning prayer and
sermon, will also be held In the Audi
torium (Mahan Hall) at 10:45 a. m.
CALVARY M. E. CHURCH
, H. XV. BURG AN, I'ustor.
9:45 A.M.—Sunday School in Re
ligious Education Build
ing, Maryland avenue and
Prince George street.
9:45 A. M.—B rotherbood Bible
Class, held in church
building, State Circle.
11:00 A.M.—Church Nursery.
11:00 A. M.—Communion service.
7:15 P. M.—E pworth League
Bright Hour.
8:00P.M. —Evening worship. Ser
mon by the Rev. C. W.
Baldwin, D. D.
7:30 P.M.—(Friday) Church
Training School (Junior).
All are welcome.
ST. MARTIN’S EVANGELICAL
LUTHERAN CHURCH
FREDERICK H. GRAEPIOIt. I*a*tor.
9:45 A.M. —Sunday School.
11:00 A. M. —Preaching Service.
7:30 P. M.—German evening serv
ice.
Church Council meets Monday eve
ning. Ladies' Aid meets Tuesday eve
ning.
A cordial invitation extended to all.
, (.'ALLEGE AVE. BAPTIST CHURCH
; DR. JOHN S. SOWERS, Pattor.
10:00 A. M —Bible School. Fred
Bausum, Supt.
11:00 A. M. -Sermon ly the pastor
Subject: The Upward
Look.”
7:30 P. M.—Evening worship.
8:00 P.M.—(Wednesday) Prayer
Honr and Bible Study.
Subject: Philippians,
“The Mind ot Christ.”
Cordial invitation to all.
PRESBYTERIAN UHURCn
REV. S. E. PERSON'S, D. i., Minister.
9:50 A. M.—Sunday School.
11:00 A.M.—Sermon by minister.
Subject: “Foreign Mis
sions of Presbyterian
Church.” Illustrated by
a Map of the World.
8:00 P.M. —Evening service. Ser
mon by Minister. Sub
ject: “Keys of St. Peter
and of Every Christian.”
EABTPORT BAPTIST CHURCH
DR. JOHN S. SOWERS, Pastor,
2:30 P. M Bible School. John
Stokes. Supt. Men and
xvomen's Bible class,
taught by Mrs. John S.
v Sowers.
8:00 P. M.—Evening worship.
Evangelistic sermon by
the pastor.
8:00 P.M. (Thursday) Praver
meeting and Bible study.
Cordial invitation to all.
“COLD IN THE HEAD”
is an acute attack of Na3al Catarrh.
Those subject to frequent “colds”are
generaly in a “run d<rwn’’ condition.
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is
a Treatment consisting of an Oint
ment, to be used locally, and a Tonic,
which acts Quickly through the Blood
on the Mucous Surfaces, building up
the System, and making you less li
able to “colds.”
Sold by druggists for over 40 Years,
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
(Adv.)
For Sale
Lunch-room and- soft drink establish-;
ment, on Wst St.; good business
location. Price $4,090.
Three story brick building on Main I
St.; electric lights, hot water heat
ing. Price s9^oo.
Dwelling, 6 rooms, bath, electric
lights, at Homewood.’ Price ss^)o9.
Bungalow, 8 rooms, bath, electric
lights, at West Annapolis. Price
•5,700.
,
Bungalow on Chesapeak Ave. Price ■
*4,000.
B. J. WIEGARD
Real Estate and Insurance
81 SCHOOL ST. fo
TRINITY M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH
REV. A. E. OWENS. PaKt.-r.
10:00 A.M.—Sunday School and
Men’s Bible Class.
11:00 A. M.—Communion.
7:30 P.M.— Epworth League.
8:00 P.M—Evening service,
i Public invited to attend all services.
EASTPORT M. E. CHURCH
REV. JOHN T. JAEGER. Minister.
9:45 A M.—Men's Bible Class.
11:00 A.M. —Sermon by the pastor.
2:30 P.M.—Sunday School.
7:lo P. M. —Epworth League.
8:00 P. M.—Communion.
The public is cordially invited to all
services.
EDWARDS CHAPEL
REV. JOHN T. JAEGER. Minister.
2:00 P.M.—Sunday School.
3:00 P. M.—Communion.
7:30 P. M.—Epworth League.
The public cordially invßed to all
services. ■
BIBLE STUDENTS
Kulchu of rj’iblM llnjl
10:00 A. M.—Children’s Bible Class.
11:00 A. M —Bible Study. The D1
vine Plan of the Ages.
7:30 P.M.—Discourse by H. O.
Stange. of Baltimore.
Subject: “What is a
Christian?”
All are welcome. International
I Bible Students Association.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES
2S ST.iTK CIROLK
10:00 A. M. —Sunday School.
] 11:00A.M.—Subject: “Love.”
8:00 P.M.— (Wednesday) Testi
monial meeting.
The reading room is open every
Wednesday from 3 to 5 P. M., where
j all authorized Christian Science lit
erature may be read, borrowed or pur
chased. All cordially welcome.
MT. MORIAH A. M. E. CHURCH
! . REV. J. JORDAN. Tastor.
I 11:00 A. M.—Preaching.
2:30 P.M. —Sunday School.
o:OOP.M.—A. C. E. League.
7:30 P.M.—Song and prayer serv
ice.
8:00 P.M.—Preaching and Holy
Communion.
All are k^lcome.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
{(COLORED)
REV. 11. r. FIERCE. Pastor.
F. F. TERREI.. <'lroh Clerk.
11:00 A. M. —Sermon by the pastor
3:00 P. M.—Sunday School.
8:00 P.M.—Sermon by Rev. John
Johnson, of Mount Taoei
ami singing by Mount
The Fair Price Grocery Co.
64 WEST STREET
Opened February Ist, 1923
______________________________________
IVe invite the. public to come and see our stock and prices.
We will give to the public the clerk an d delivery cost.
i * l
i! j
ROY V. TYDINGS, Manager |j
p" 1 '
(Strength, Security and Service! |
FOR 116 YEARS THIS BANK HAS SERVED THIS
|M COMMUNITY FAITHFULLY AND WELL AND
OFFERS UNSURPASSED FACILITIES FOR
TRANSACTING EVERY DESCRIPTION OF
BANKING BUSINESS.
\ Assets Over . . $2,500,000.00 b
WE PAY 4% INTEREST ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS 8
3 AND 2% ON DAILY CHECKING BALANCES
OVER SSOO,
THE ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN ANNE ARUN
DEL COUNTY.
!3 * 1
-THE*.
Farmers National Bank §
j OF ANNAPOLIS, MD. 1
! EAGLE <^DKADO No. 174
BrV
For Salo at your Doalot Mada in Two gndm
ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE BED BAND
EAGLE MIKADO
EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK
1 " ‘ 1
Tabor Band. Bro Janies j
Carter, saptain.
7:00 P. M— B Y. P. U.
8:00 P. M. —Sermon by Rev. J. W.
Brooke. D.1).. of Piiila
ielphia. who will begin a
revival meeting.
Whosoever will let him take of the
water of life freely.
All are welcome.
ASBI RY M. E. Clll RCII
UKV. A. J. MITCHELL. Pastor.
11:00 A.M. —Sermon by the pastor.
2:30 P.M. —Sunday School.
7:00 P. M. —Epworth League.
8:00 P.M.—Sertuon by pastor.
Gastric Jnlre In Rodents
The gastric juice In a rat Is differ- j
ent from that of any other animal! j
Scientirts have perfected a prepara
tion that absolutely destroys them, j
Rats carry deadly disease and must ;
be wiped out! I’se Royal Guaranteed
Rat Paste today. 25c and 50c tubes.
Sold and guaranteed by J. Newton j
Gilbert. Pli. G.— Adv.) j
E. O. LEAGUE
ROOFING
Spooling. Sheet Metal and State Work.
STOVES AND FCRN ACM IXSTAUEf
AND REPAIRED
oitOXE ISI-W.
CHAS. mTcARLSON
ISIt qI.OttKSTKK STREET
cdNTRArTirn
and BUILDER
Estimates CheerfAitly•, Clv6.
PHONE S? '■>'
AN ORDINANCE
To Open a* n Pity Street Spa View Ave
nue. From Fifth Street to the Wentern
Boundaries of the City.
WIIEREAS. The provisions of Section
iIS of the fitv Charter of Annapolis have
la i'll complied with iti reference thereto
See. t. Ite it eatatdlshed and ordained
bv the Mayor, Counselor and Aldermen of
j the City of Annapolis, that Spa View Ave
nue. from Fifth Street, to the western
boundaries of the city, as laid down in ♦ lie
! plat of the section from which lots abut
ting on said Spa View Avenue have Seen
, j sold, is hereby declared to be a nniiilc
i 'horonchfare *f rite City of Annapolis and
> i is accepted ns a city street.
j Section 2. And lie It further establishes
'land ordained tty the authority aforesaid
■; that this ordinance take effect from the
! ds te of its passage.
Approved January 8. 1023.
SAMUEL JONES.
1 Test: Mayor.
I EMMA ABBOTT GAGE.
City Clerk.
M a cold ? |
{ MENTHOLATUM I
ft clears it out and B
%makes breathin^^
t
prom
“Means Prompt • /
Relief”
GKi PLETS
Dcn’t Wait A Day
:fe To Cere
i I COLDS I
H Pneumonia, Grip and ,
Influenza May
| m Develop
! y/y
Redmond's West-End KM
Pharmacy. VMr
'/ti, \\. 11. Rullman. AM
Leonard's Pharmacy. M
I MORTGAGEE’S SALE
-of-
VALUABLE HOUSE & LOT
In Annapolis. Marjland.
asss W
\is* irvv'v:''
rciiuest of the mortimK'**, 1 will off*r at
t 03.11. splc at the Court House door. In
fhe City pf Attnaptdls. Maryland, on
J Tuesday, February 20, 1923,
At 'eleven o'clock A. M.,
the fpllowlng property:
\l| that lot of ground situate on West
*siW. in the City of Annapolis Maryland
composed of three lots adjoining to atpl
contiguous Vo each other, and Improved by
three-story brick dwelling house, the for
mer residence or the late Judge ItCveil, be
ing the same property which, by deed
dated IStI. of Ih*. ember. 100 H. and recorded
in the Land Records of Anne Arundel
countv. was conveyed to The Eagles Club
by a! Theodore ltraily and Robert Moss.
Trustees, which said property is fully and
particularly described in said deed ami
title to which will fully appear by refer
dice to the proceedings In the case ol
Hritdy. et al vs. Itevell, et nl. No.
Equity in the Circuit Court for Ann.
Arundel county. This property front*
about .‘IS leet on West street and has a
depth of about 230 feet, and Is now and for
years past has been occupied as the Home
of The Eagles' Club. A pint of the prop
erty can be seen at the office of the under
signed.
TERMS OF SALE:—Cash on ratification
of sale. For further particulars, apply to
the undersigned.
JAMES M. MT NROE.
Attorney Named In the Mortgage.
Just the thing for your
Rowboat or Canoe
Caille Bantam
3 11. I’.
Wf Of.
PRICE $75.00
LATROBE & CO.
MARINE : ENGINEERS
ANNAPOLIS. MD.
/ M2&3L
/ Bsa
■K£iH HbbSu.
Palmer Engine
BENJ. E. SARLES
▲GIKT
Phoae Ml-M Annapolis, 14
|
\
Nemo Self-Reducing No. 333
is * real bargain. It has a low top
and medium skirt. Made in dur
able pink or white coutil; sizes
i.A to 36- and costs only S3XO.
If your dealer om'rset U. send name.ad
dre“* size and s}. We ll send the corset. k
Institute
_ 120 E- 16<t ‘ bt.. New York (Dept. S.l
Classified
Ads
• LOST
LOST Tlnir.it.*. i
Stokes' mol m :I4 . **"
a small Ida. k i'u-v " '**■
Liberal reward ;...* ' .
Circle. Apartment ’•JH
LOST-Ilia, k • ■ . ; '
buckle: initial. * y,'
turn to I*U West .jr.-,, ,
FOR S.UEJ
FOR S\lt _ i,. , • ,
one coal l>r,m ic: " ■
J2O-M. ■
FOR SALK -up ,i„, K ,r~- -J
thoroughbred Ucrk.iu'r U *
weighing lini i>ouin': *''*„•
parih ulars. ;<|<l \ c y ‘.l
street, l'limn <1; j ,r F*.*
FOR SALK v*. '- J
Calvert stris-t. j: ""'T ■
FOR SALK. s;\
porcli: all uiod.-rn B
pty 2*17 Itiinoxi-r .*n, (
FOIt SALK. -Oak ... - *B
load. Photic Jso! v '’AM
FOR SALE i L. ,|,. i,, H jpr|
Slate Garage, los 1
FOR RFM |
FOR KKVT Five ri.niii fl
.t<wc|ih Talley. 1 '.icj,, .( I
FOR RENT Fiirm.hr,|
• vcnlences. Apply n JW
FOR RKNT Uwclling.
: • street, furnished. sl\
lint water heiit, aa. mid
modern eoiivciili-a., <
under entire linn.i- anplv
5 School Mtris t. „i- . ■
[ FtHt RKNT - I ii7i~iiUl„.,- iwS
aiiartmcur; hentcii. a•■*,,
street. I
BAMI.II I
WANTED To hear ti„in <>n(;
nr unimproveil l.ind f,* r B
itnmedintely. .tiitiua Imo,; J
full particular., i* II **: , S
M’ls. B
WANTED Men for
* perlence utiiic, cK.ari W rr,B
> former Gov’t, i'l'tiiiivc, y ...B
WANTED Clerks. raiTsTT n I
ward : si:2t um. !a|nr.n., : J
For tree particular..
(former Civil Servin'
Rarrlster Itlda . NVn.iiingti.nfcß
HELP W ANTtli B
■ HELP WANTED ryi.i.tT I.TB
weekly, spare time. , jj ■
mantis<-rl|its. Write H. ] ■
Authors' Agent. Tnllaiioflu,
particulars. ■
AGENTS WAXTOI
AGENTS AVANTED st'M* ufl
your Hi Ht rimnth . work v ifl
•Ullred, 110 men liainllw 1
heavy sample caw to *trry
women wanti-il , vcrywhfrr • tfl
free advertising ircular. - H
loi'iil agents. NN rite Elr*iß
lories. 2.M11 Nurinal IthJ.
AGENT* We will pay ".c r (fl
eoliglmi. literature In j..ur
Steady work. Man nr . "*. ■
dice iilinece.sai v .V-* i|iiloa ■
sal I'dlile House, HulaiWft'J
AGENT* — Everybody re.
DUO Double Sirrngili
|*lete line houselmlil
re|ieaters. Write tmlav. M l )**
K-12ni, Attica. X. V. ■
BAI/EKXE3 I
*ALK*MKN
hustlers earning. Gig. WriwM
Calendar Factory. \\:i*lnupß
FRUIT TREES. PI.HT*, j
FRUIT TRK.Ks Kverliearing
Everbearing Strawls-rri*
. Ilia* kherries. Grapes. b,S‘I
Roses. Flowering Slirul**.
fruit grower ami farmer.
price*. Cnlorcd rntnl'SfW ""H
illlder Nurseries, M<<’Jure ! ■
DIED
NEAVNAM On February '9
! den-e of lier nie,-c. Mi *.* B
HH Frlnce George .tr'
E. NEAVNAM of
Funeral at CentreHli* ”■ J
iT 1 ■ 1 J
W. B. & A. Elect!
Railroad |
MiD-nTi tebid^l
Half-Hourly Heroes Morn!flj|*
Between Annapolis, A
Washington an <1
(Washington and
passengers chsnge• ■
Academy JoacOsft. ■
LEAVE ANHAfW* I
West Ctreet 1
5.10. X 5.50. d. 20. tSO.
10.20. 11.20, A. M i^VJ
4.20. *4.60, 620. 6.20. •*
11.20. P. f fl
Leave Nava! Academy •“
earlier; Btata Hon
fftraet and College
minutes earlier. j■
Connecting at Odenton ra ■
ANNAPOLIS SHOEtU'
Bladen Street
6.20 A If. and half hourly
and 50 mtnoies aftef , ~
8.50 P. M., then at *• ■
and 11.60 P. M.
6.20 and SAO A. M. ■
Sunday. 1
LEAVE BALTII*O*E-; W ;1B
f 1.35, 7.35. 8.35. 35 -,
12.35. 1.35. 2A5, Ws' X i fll
All trains receive or
at local potnta betiK**
Naval Academy ■
ley and Llnthlcum ou M
ANNAPOLIS BHOET
Howard sad
5.15 A. 11. and balf-booriy • £ m
and 45 minutes m
6.15 P. M.. tbeu *t ■
UM. P- M
M 5 and 5.45 A. M. i * 11 "
Sanday. I
LEAVE WAffiffffkjß
8.00. 8.46. 8.00. b.Ott. „ M
1.00, 2.00. *M, *3.W.
6.00, 7.00. t 00. n “
z—Dally except B° a(J _ iy ‘ 8
For tickets and lnfo^'
rtty ticket offlcea: Sts"*■
Carvel Hall. Short ■
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