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I A Dispatches of late
I ofws are published in
I jfce Evening Capital.
gLiIH ID EV*RT IVENINQ EXCEPT BUN DAT*.
| \\\ |1 No. 122.
IKS AGAIN
[iH PROWESS
IN ATHLETICS
L Out Of Six Events On Sat-
Program Captured By
I xjjfjn _ Villa Nova Boxers
I failed To Show Up And
I Crowd Was Disappointed.
Lq;:dHAM COURT TEAM
[proved HARD TO BEAT
I Although disappointed over
Ig noil appearance of the box*
L„{ villa Nova College, a con-
Luith whom was being view
la-tin main attraction of the
Ijw, midshipmen athletes
a splendid six-event pro-
E?n of winter indoor athletics
■ the Naval Academy Saturday
■tniuon. and came through vie
tin the four principal engage
hit- They defeated Kordhatu
Hbasketball. I.chigh at wre.st-
Bf mat. Syracuse in the swim
h; link, and Pennsylvania in
■mastic*; but lost the fencing
pets to experts of the New York
■wrrs’ Club, and the “Plebes”
■rtunquisheil by Georgetown
■ivrrsitv Freshmen.
I Ford ham Itiisketers Subdued
■Wham started Die basketball
H oia fas! i lip. lending during the
Hi lii minutes, blit slackened tbe
Htrtnd the Navy won, 38 to 22. Both
Bs> passi'ii and shot well, and used
Hum man attaek. which made tbe
H but. open and thrilliiiK.
•w minutes after Die opening of
Hrtme Fordhani led by 7 to 2 and
Haiiiui's had been played before
H*cort> whs tied at 11 all. The
B tttm, by hard work, increased
■md ;he halt ending 20 to 15.
Bth:o frequently been the ease this
Bki. the midshipmen put up a
Br ruame in every respect in the
Htst half, a feature being the
B*. H ack, ihe guards frequently
Bjkdowu court for the shot.
B work of Shapley in this par-
B *as unusually good. McKee
B brnsh were the other heavy
from the floor, while McKee
seven of his eight chances
Blthr line into points.
Bl i>'i l’osition Fordham (22)
Wr 'Mpt- !•' Cavanagh
F Landry
c (enpt) K. McMahon
■j* D Healy
■ • ( Manning
■ irnllnnm| On I’m, t.)
I FOR SALE
!|, t living -idle. Victor Phono
■, " ll ®i Ito late records;
Kv M “ '•••••I mot mtttnrd Table.
i tnw i. nil tit in any home atnl
I'.'iiiu. AN., sonic runs, floor
■ ■' n,, i "tlier o.lits anil ends.
B. r "la Owner leaving
■w hoist lie sold I,y Mar. lt
S 1 1.1. V \ I'll \t \l\ STREET.
HUL— fH
W°tice of Meeting
■'LViire/ it )/Je7.s of Annapolis
I Eastport Building
■ Association:
y-' p:vt>n that the reg-
■ h " r- ;, a: : '"“it ng of the sbare-
Vr.naj'olis and Eastport
B?s A ‘'!r’ :; * tion " i!1 le held at
of the Association. Lee
■£ n (hur ‘ : > 1 iro ' e and South
■ sfr ' S Maryland, on tbe 12th
■fig Uary ' at 7:30 P- m..
Ik: 51 n ‘ tV,in R the regular
■Uj* 1 '" 01 ’ ,-f directors will oc
• ■’ Sl '*vb other business
.*■ '' e f"re the meeting.
I B >- FIL FRANTZ.
_ Sec y. -Treasurer.
W ( ond Endowment Balll
j UNDER THE AUSPICES OF
te. 296 Benefit of Moosehcart
r n °f Moose Endowment Fund
•May. February 12. 1923,8 to 11.30 P. M. 1
I STATE ARMORY
hns by l>r. Joseph S. Joyce an<l Mr. Charles n. Shearman
J| WoI.IN SELECTIONS by Mr. William R. Sima.
31■ Mi sic BY VIKTOR S ORCHESTRA.
H- TICKETS:— LADIES, 35c„ GENTS, 50c.
. . mental Numbers GRAND MARCH
•" •' M 8:30 P. M.
Coming (Jlnpitnl.
' NEW FIRE APPARATUS !
MEASURES UP TO MARK
1 Combination LaFrance Truck Of
Water Witch Company
Meets Acid Test
IS O. K. IN ALL RESPECTS
r j
The official tests of the new "Type
I 12" American LaFrance Triple Com
bination fire apparatus which were
held last week were highly satisfac
tory and the machine measure I up
to every expectation. It was the or
, Igfnal intention to conduct the test
at the foot of Prince George street,
but on account of the arrival of the
1 oat of the Tolchester Company, the
tests were held at the City Dock, op
erating in the yard of the Parlett and
Parlett Company.
There were three tests the first of i
which require! two lines of 2 1-2 j
inch hose, 100 feet each, one line of i
hose 2 1-2 inch, 15ft feet, Siamesed j
into one 3 1-2 inch deluge set, and a
2 inch tip at 122 lbs, pump pressure.
The pump made 483 revolutions, with
80 lbs. nozzle pressure, und pumped
1.063 gallons per minute. During the
iw’o hours tost the machine pumped
127.560 gallons of water.
The second test required two lines
of 2 1-2 inch hose 100 feet each, one line
on hose 2 1-2 inch. 150 feet. Siamesed j
into 3 1-2 three-way wagon pipe, 1 5-8
inch at tip with 130 lbs. pump pres
sure, 84 lbs. nozzle pressure. Dur
ing this test there was a suction lift
of seven feet, and 718 gallons .of
water were pumped per minute, and
tile amount of w r ater picked up dur
ing the two-hour test was 86,160 gal-
I lons.
The third test required one hour
; test on five streams of 2 1-2 inch
I hose. 100 feet, each size of type, one
I * I*B, 2 7-8 and two 3-4, and the re
lief valvo test was also applied at
this time and ull were satisfactory.
All tests were conducted by J. K.
Howard, delivery engineer, of the La-
France Company, and Jesse E. Fisher,
deputy fire marshal.
NAVY DIAMOND MEN
TO BEGIN CAGE WORK
Preliminary baseball practice will
open at the Naval Academy this week.
Hoad Coach Victor Hlakeslee is ex
pected to report with the opening of
the practice, and a good squad will
begin indoor work under Hlakeslee
and Hederman, the latter the captain
for the coming season. A number of
i tlu* 1 asebull men, however, are still
’ tied down to winter sports,
i Ensign Eddie Milner will report
shortly us assistant coach, and there
' is general pleasure over the an
nouncement that Chief Bender will
spend the last two weeks in March
with the squad.
Notice Bricklayers
All members of the Bricklay
ers. Masons and Plasterers*
Union No. 2 are requested to meet •
at their home Eagles’ Hall. 23
West street, tomorrow night to
attend the annual banquet at
| 7:30 o’clock.
W. T. CADELL.
fl 3 Secretary.
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ANNAPOLIS, MD.. MONDAY. FEBRUARY 12. 1R23.
COMPANY M UNDERGOES i
ANNUAL INSPECTION;
MEN PAID POR DRILLS
The annual inspection of Company
“M," local unit of the First Infantry,
Maryland National Guard, was con
ducted last week by Federal and State
inspecting officers, and indications
are that the organization measured
up to requirements in every respect.
The inspecting officials were Captain
F. 11. Burgess. United States infan
try; Col. D. John Markey and Captain
C. F. Frazier, of the Maryland Guard.
Enlistment In the company has
been progressive recently, according
to Captain Daniel J. Murphy, its com
manding officer, and it is expected the
full strength of 76 will be on hand
when the time for the annual summer
encampment rolls around. The sol
dier Boys have extra change jingling
I in their pockets these days, us those
! who had attended drills during the
! last three months were paid by check
* the past week.
COMPANY M DEFEATS
FREDERICK RIVALS
The basketball team of Company i
M, this city, journeyed to Frederick, j
Md., Saturday and took the team of j
Company A of that city into camp to j
the tune of 26 to 14. The game was
well played throughout and the re- 1
suit was in doubt until the final j
stages, superior team work and pass- j
ing of the local soldiers being the
I telling factors.
Tomorrow night in the Bladen
street armory the local guardsmen
will stack up aguinst the strong five
of the Lithuanians, of Baltimore, the
game being booked for 8:30. As a
preliminary there will lea contest
between the University Five and Res
cue quints, both local teams,. start
ing at 7:30.
John hopkTnsToget
mm MILLIONS
(Bj Th* Annurlnted I'm*.)
BALTIMORE. MD., Feb. 12.—Be
sides announcing a grant of $2,000,000
to Johns Hopkins University from the
Carnegie Corporation of New York,
President Frank J. Qoodnow, of Hop
kins t will tell of a conditional gift of
$900,000 from an anonymous donor at
the annual commemoration day exer
cises of the university on February
22, it was learned today.
The anonymous gift is conditional
upon the raising of $1,000,000 by April
1. It Is for the expansion, as well as
the endowment, of the psychiatric
I clinic.
The Carnegie donation, the first to
Hopkins from that source, is for the
construction and maintenance of an
out-patient dispensary and diagnostic
clinic.
FRANCIS O. WHITE. SR.,
IS CRITICALLY ILL AT
HOME. INDIAN HEAD
Francis O. White. Sr., former resi
dent of Annapolis, but for over 28
years, employed in a clerical capa
city at the Naval Proving Grounds,
Indian Head. Md.. is in a critical con
dition at his residence on the govern
ment reservation there.
Mr. White's health was impaired
four years ago. following a severe
attack of “flu." About two weeks
ago, he contracted a heavy cold.
Complications developed and now his
j condition is reported as grave.
Mr. White was retired from active
duty only in December last. The ma
jor portion of his service was as chief
clerk in the Ordnance Department,
but in recent years he served in the
Department of Supplies and Accounts.
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DEFICIENCY LIST SENT
TO NAVY DEPARTMENT
The Academic Board of the Naval
Academy having passed upon the re
sults of the recent semi-annual ex
; animations of the midshipmen, a re
port, embracing recommendations as
( to the students found deficient in the
tests, has been forwarded to Washing
ton for review and action by Navy
Department officials. As previously
1 stated in the columns of The Evening
j Capital, more than 300 midshipmen
were adjudged deficient in sqme de
gree and as a result a number of
them, particularly of the Fourth
Class, will be compelled to resign.
I
City Council Meets Tonight
The regular monthly meeting of the
Mayor and City Council will be held
j tonight in the Municipal Building.
Aside from disposing of the usual ac
cumulation of routine business, there
are no matters of particular interest
on the calendar for the meeting.
ESTABLISHED IN 1884.
j Navy Rejects Edison’s
Ideas, Wizard Says
On His Birthday
'Hv ID* Aiwrlalnt PrCM.)
WEST ORANGE, N. J., Feb. 12.
—Thomas A. Edison today .said
that he had offered the United
States Navy 45 inventions since
he had been president of the Navy
consulting board, but that every
one of them had been rejected.
"Navy officers stem to resent
ideas for the betterment of the
Navy rather than to welcome
them.” Mr. Edison declared.
The occasion was the electrical
wizard's annual birthday chat
with newspaper men. He was 76
years old yesterday.
Edison began the interview in
his laboratory office by kicking
over his head to prove his asser
tion that he is “still young."
GOV. PINCHOT INVITES
STITE Emils TO
CONFERENCE ON ROW
O'* The Afcnriatwl Prfu.l
HARRISBURG, PA.. Feb. 12.- Oov.
| Pinchot today announced that he had
| issued invitations to the governors of
all States to send representatives t • a
' conference here March 23 and 24 for ;
the interchange of ideas on road I
i building and maintenance.
"The purpose of the conference.”
I Governor Pinchot declared, “will 1 e
to consider the policy and practice of,
State highway construction, methods
of State highway maintenauc.? ?nd the
whole problem of traffic iou, i
with specific reference to co-opera- '
tion between the State authorities and
the public.
“I am convinced that a very import
ant reduction in the enormous and
unnecessary injury and loss of life
and limb now caused by reckless and
unregulated driving can be brought
about by such a conference.”
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MARINES PROVE BETTER
SHOTS WITH PISTOLS
The rifle team of the IT. S. Marines,
stationed at the Naval Academy, de
feated the team of the Maryland State
Police in a match with pistols at the
rifle range Saturday by the score of
194 to 146.
The prize for the match was a
large silver loving cup. presented by
Col. E. Austin Baughman, State Com
missioner of Motor Vehicles.
LENMCKIN
ACADEMY CHAPEL
The following services will be held
in the Naval Academy Chapel on
week-days (luring Lent:
On Wednesdays and Fridays, begin
ning with Ash Wednesday, Fel ruary
14. and concluding with Good Friday,
March 30, and on every week-day in
Holy Week (except Saturday) there
will be a service at 5:45 p. m. At
each service there will be a short ad
dress. This service will begin
promptly at the hour named and will
be limited Btrictly to half an hour. No
seats are reserved except at the 10:45
a. m. service on Sundays.
On Ash Wednesday and on Maundy
Thursday there will be a celebration
of the Holy Communion at 10:30 a.
m.. and additional services in Holy
Week as announced on Palm Sunday.
An earnest invitation to these serv-
I Ices is extended to all who are con
nected with the Naval Academy. Com
municants of any Christian body are
cordially invited to make their com
munions in the Chapel.
A Bible Study Class for mid'-hin
men is held in Memorial Hall on
Wednesday evenings at 7:20.
The Preparatory Class for midship-
I men meets in the chaplain’s office
j (Banchoft Hall) on Wednesday even-
I ings immediately after the Bible
Study Clr£s. Midshipmen who “be
long to no church” and desire assist
ance in their preparation for- joining
the church of their choice are invited.
The Preparatory Class for all others
will be held in the Chapel on Monday
afternoons at 4 o’clock.
Every Sunday afternoon in Lent
there will be an organ recital in the
Chapel, beginning at 4 o’clock. At
these recitals there will be vocal and
instrumental selections as announced.
SPECIAL FEATURES OF
ENDOWMENT BALL
As a special feature of the urogram
at the Moose Endowment Ball this
evening. Charles H. Shearman will
sing “My Dreams” by Toskti. This is
undoubtedly one of Toskti’s best com
positions. and very difficult to render
: effectively. Dr. Joseph C. Joyce will
sing “My Paradise” by J. S. Zamecnik.
! THOMAS MONROE 10 BE
IBURIED HERE TOMORROW;
WAS NATIVE OF THIS CITY

Thomas Munroe. uncle of State’s
Attorney James M. Munroe. of this
county, and Frank A. Munroe. local
merchant, died at his residence in
Baltimore yesterday in his eightieth
year, death being due to pneumonia.
His 1 ody will 1 e brought to Annapo
lis tomorrow morning and the funer
al will le held at 11 o'clock. In
terment will 1 e In the family lot in
St. Anne's cemetery.
Mr. Munroe. who was a native of
Annapolis, was the youngest brother
of the late James Munroe. one time
leading merchant of the city. He
left here a numl er of years ago and
for the greater part of the time has
lived in Baltimore. He was a widow
er. his wife having died a number of
years ago. Surviving him are two
children. Curtis Munroe and Helen
Munroe, loth of Baltimore.
BURIAL OF DANIEL
THOMAS IN NAVAL
CEMETERY TOMORROW
The body of Daniel Thomas, a re
tired Chief Boatswain’s Mate of the
Navy, who died Thursday at his resi
-1 dence, 804 North Strieker street. Bal
timore, formerly a resident of Anna
polis, will be brought to this city to
morrow’ and interment will be made
in the naval cemetery.
1 The body will arrive at 10:40 in the
morning and will be conveyed to the
| undertaking establishment of B. L.
* Hopping, and relatives and friends
may view.it there until 3 in the after
noon, when the funeral cortege will
move to the naval cemetery. Mr.
Thomas is survived by a widow, for
merly Miss Mollie E. Norwood.
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of nussissißs
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DUBLIN, Feb. 12.—Dr. Thomas
O'Higgins, of Maryborough, father o.’
Kevin O’Higgins, Free State Minister
of Home Affairs, was assassinated
last evening.
A party of armed men drew up near
the O’Higgins’ residence at 7 o'clock
I Sunday evening and three members
of it approached the house and de
manded admittance. Dr. O'Higgins re
plied that, in consequence of a com
munication recently caputured, he
would not admit anyone, but on the
plea of wanting to see the documents,
the raiders induced him to open the
door.
One of the armed men then entered
leaving his two companions on the
doorstep. While the raider inside was
reading the document. Dr. O’Higgins
who was 70 years old, disarmed him.
snatching away his revolver. The
raider shouted to his two comrades to
j fire. They responded with the two
fatal shots, w’hich crashed into Dr
O’Higgins’ head, near the top of the
skull. Other members of the party
fired at him through the windows.
ASH WEDNESDAY AT
ST. ANNE’S CHURCH
Services on Ash Wednesday. Febru
ary 14. at St. Anne’s Church will be
Holy Communion, 10 a. m.; Evening
Prayer. 7:30 p. nt. The Venerable E.
T. Helfenstein, D. D., Archdeacon of
Maryland, will be the preacher at the
evening service.
MRS. E. K. TAYLOR DIES
OF HEART FAILURE
Mrs. Ellen K. Taylor, 72 years old.
died at her residence on Shaw street,
this city, yesterday, of heart failure.
<3v.o h-d been in failing health for
some time.
i .virs. l aylor was the widow of the late
I William V. Taylor, of Annapolis, and
is survived by three daughters, as fol- !
I low”: Mrs. Lula Shepherd and Mrs. !
! Julia Steinberg, of Annapolis, and
j Mrs. Walter Rodgers, of West Anna- :
; polls.
i Arrangements have been made for
the funeral to be held from St. Mary’s
Catholic Church at 9 o’clock Wednes
day morning and burial will be in St.
i Mary’s cemetery. The funeral will be
! in charge of Undertaker B. L. Hop
ping-
NEW STAMPS HONOR
MEMORY OF LINCOLN
The Postoffice Department today is
i sued two more denominations in the
i i new postage stamp series memorializ-
I . ing Lincoln’s Birthday.
i ] A reproduction of Lincoln Memorial
- ( is printed on one. asl denomination,
r j while a portrait of the martyred
1 ( President was on the other, which is
. a 3-cent stamp.
BIG CROVW ENJOYS 1
MIDSHIPMEN'S SHOD
Annual Gymkhana At Na /al
Academy A Bigger, Better
Show Than Ever
NOVEL WATER FEATURT
A bigger, better show than ever was
the verdict proqounoed on the mid
shipmen’s Gymkhana hy the thous
ands, who saw the riot of fun stared
by the midshipmen on Saturday night
in the Naval Academy Gymnasium to
celebrate the finish or the se: li
annual examinations.
Opinions differ as to which of t ie
innumerable acts was the best. From
the officers’ point of view the clever
skit. “A Mid-summer Night’s Dream,’ -
showing life at the naval school v is
one of the best things In it. Houdin's
cr was also excellent, as was the
Radio Drill.
All Sorts Of Dancing
There was any amount of dauei ip
In this year’s entertainment of all
sorts and kinds, and most of It ve’y
good, from an exaggerated example of
the "cake-eaters waltz” to an evhi’ -
tion of aesthetic dancing, graceful'y
done by a group of midshipmen in
costumes of more or less Ore- k
origin
The new feature of the show w s an
aquatic one. The pool was trans
formed into an outdoor scene, with
the moon shining down through a
leafy glade and there were cano s to
be hired if people wanted a boat ride
on the shining expanse of wntera.
Every half-hour a cabaret act was
given on a float anchored in the pool.
A couple of midshipmen who went
canoeing and upset added to the en
joyment of all present.
The program wound up with a i
dance in the Gymnasium for the Sec- '
ond and Third Classes, while there j
was one for the First Class in the
Rigging Loft.
MEETING OF EASTPORT
LADIES’ AID SOCIETY
The monthly meeting of the La
ddies' Aid of the Eastport Methodist
Episcopal Church will le held at th n
parsonage tomorrow night at 8
o’clock. The second Thursday night
in the month is the regular time for!
meeting but owing to the supper
which was held on that date the n eet
ing was postponed until tomorrow
night. It is honed that a final re
port of the supper will 1 1 made ut
this meeting, also that there may le
a large attendance of members.
N. ACADEMY RESIDENT
DIES OF PNEUMONIA
Sympathy is being extended to
Commander and Mrs. James R.
Woods, of 45 Rodgers Row, N.ival
Academy, on account of the death of
Mrs. Woods’ mother, Mrs. Day, which
occurred last Thursday. February 8. f
at the residence of her son-in-law and j
daughter. Death waß caused by pneu- ;
monia.
$50.00 REWARD
For Information leading to the ar
rest and conviction of the person who
confined my red Irish Setter dog.
named “Jack,” removed his collar,
marked with my name and having a'
dog license check attached, and wha!
CUT HIS TAIL OFF SO SHORT
THAT HIS LOOKS HAVE BEEN
RUINED.
Tail was probably cut in an ef
fort to disguise the dog.
JOHN deP. DOUW.
COAL IS UP and hard to get,
While the mercury is going
down. *
What will you burn the rest of
the winter,
When you can’t buy coal in
town?
I ii
Have your cook stove or heater
converted to an oil burner. Be ;
prepared for the coming snow- !
storm. One postal will give you a j
J free demonstration. Address POST !
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* Rain late tonight and
Tuesday. Slowly rising
temperature.
COMPREHENSIVE LOCAL AND GINIRAL KIWI.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
AGRICULTURE IS
GREAT PROBLEM,
SAYS GOVERNOR
Ritchie Summarizes Accomplish
ments Of Administration And
Outlines Further Suggestions
For Bettering Government At
Conference With Editors.
WOULD FURTHER RAISE
TAX ON GASOLINE
In his address delivered at ihe Exe
cutive Mansion Saturday . before
al out 60 editors of the Maryland
Press. Governor Ritchie not only gave
a complete summary of the construc
tive accomplishments of his adminis
tration but he also offered sugges
tions for further betterment of the
State Government that made a strong
appeal to the visiting newspapermen.
Program Of Governor
Some of the suggestions made by
the Governor, and which probably
will be taken up by the next Leg
islature, are as follows:
Development of some system of
co-operative marketing which,
without affecting the prlci to
the consumer, will yield a fair
profit to the farmer.
The question of development of
the University of Maryland;
and linked up with it. what is
to be done with such colleges
as St. John's and Washington.
Increase of from 2 to 3*4 cents a
gallon In the gasoline tax to
eliminate altogether the exist
ing tax based on horsepower.
Possibility of fixing an industrial
zone about Curtis Bay. to let it
play its part in the commercial
development of Baltimore; this
in connection with the problem
of harbor pollution and conse
quent injury to fish and oyster
life.
Physical merger of the Maryland
Penitentiary and House of
Correction, either on the House
of Correction site or elsewhere.
Agricultural Interests Vital
In- referring to the vital needs af
fecting the agricultural interests of
this State, Governor Ritchie said:
j “The great present problem Is more
j or less the same everywhere, namely,
the development of some system of
i co-operative marketing which will
enable the farmer to dispose of his
products at a price which, without
hurting the consumer, will yield the
farmer a profit commensurate with
the profits in other industries. But
the ways of solving that problem are
by no means the same everywhere.
“Bpt for the State to he of real
; help to the farmer, the farmer must
i do what is necessary to help hlm
| s elf- The first thing he must do is
organise. There cannot lea work
(Tnntlntit-.i .... race t.)
$185.00'
WILL INSTALL
\BATH ROOM AND
•I KITCHEN COMPLETE
With Guaranteed Standard
Fixtures.
Fixtures as Follows;
One 5-foot Kasex Porcelain Tub with
nickel plated trimming*.
One lftx24 Porcelain Lavatory with
4-incb apron and 10-incb back, nickel >
plated trimming*.
Closet Combination Low down
Vitreoua China Tank and a Uolden Oak 1
Bar Hinge Seat and Lid.
One lSxL'4 roll rim Porcelain Sink
and an ISx24 Drain Hoard with nickel
trimming*.
One TO-gallon Hot Water Holler.
More moderately prl<-ed material can
be fnrniabed.
AH workmanship and material guar
anteed.
!| Can furnish all plumbing and hent
: ing material at practically wholesale
! prb-ea.
WM. F. CURRAN
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hi TO HLADKX ST., ANNAPOLIS, MD. 1
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