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Sun.) • ! fiiintly saffron In ' . s; ,\ours <d frozen against the sky'* j „mn, stemiiifc half jiiii up, upward to a *. 4 ..j a. lainp-llghted ITe m u ' a ,' K shadow* on the L j, r ief screen .. . ,|.il ; .-eding— motdr (loser . . . and, not ( star k trees, and little yi that sob. lt| „i rprintt. the spring of Ufftfar. , litrlile'o I Pari, t|it hie entertnlnert the v Maryland press at a ~. nd.iy nt w Well , jn jiidie s outlining the , pit-mx nf i tn- adininlH p.,|,iiiug this an elaborate was served In the r ,Miui I'ink and white „ an | • milax formed the Ki , t ' 1 ,.n, Kigliiy-flve i or lp r , f ; ,,ni nil uvi r tlie State irti In ((fill) r ,„i; p imliois. of 10 Por- Ae.nleniy. will give a „■ 'ii’inrimi aiternoon in Mr It.ills It Wainwrlght, l & tn.iii I l.iciu -('ommander |3> i.vealiy was ordered to t, Naval Ae.nleniy. tain i M Cam- on will entertain i ~.e . iiimniTiiw afieinoon. |e,ca Purple, of Baltimore, rt-ni.i kne'ie of their aunt, ViMakin ptj sr and Mrs Myron .1 Wnl -4 siiiali ilmner on Saturday r nk si, their guests to the t' Cvmhhana. r V-. r.ml Brown. of Phlla r> n I, end guests of I ami Mrs Samuel B k' King Charles Place. tab) tw c Tobin will give an i Nri.lge part) tomorrow at , Stewart Mouse. taUrnls ’Wffl.Knd * Mr- \ C DeHeevos, of Eaa week-end guests Of Wi nht Mr and Mrs. V< 11 know n lorully, an : Vnn.tpol'H during the •tv. a.iminist ration. Moffett. daughter of! • a! Mrs William A.! i; ;arn'.l t.> Washington ’• '•< .-< \ t ral week* at J ’ * F Miss Moffett was ! ' vvifty there at the St. ! ! *V !>• f mule and aunt, j (Ga-'Ffr Moffett. ; i \ac\:-• i and Frances I tia ' rs n .Mrg .1 Bernard 4 iH.n,rr t | from the grip to be out again. f*r Pam IMn ' .. * 'cmon Fowler has 1 !v sg> Stewart Inn father. General k ... rt retired ehief of ; ' Fr.ited States ! w Hutch ter, Miss Cor- j Few ter. brought : doih'lter College a I ' ster. Miss l.orena '* r '’el. for the Gymk* j : ; Naval Academy. ’ .1 House party over • •••'' sines’s included * kv krri’?. of Staten i , ' '*'* k-ittig the week with t"" '' r< Fowler) and Wil • *'•>! Dick Lewis, all . '• : ' s vanKokerlt* is a (,* 1 : napplis and has *' > ,r u nd* here. it * • fai Su"” 1 ',, ( i,y ' ,0 visit her i, y 1 Bernard Lloyd, who i 1 ' Uu dance in her j , ,r - u,r j.. v '" ‘- !uI1 - Miss Eugenia- F.i aiior Northrup, t* ' "eek-end guests lh'V‘ N u M Kennedy, tt °spital. Meeting Of 1914 Bridge Club The 1914 Bridge Club will meet to morrow at the home of Mr*. R. A. Dyer. 46 Fhythian Road, Nava! Acad emy grounds. Mias Sara Pruce, of Baltimore, was , the week-end guest of Mr. and Mr*. M. Katsef and also visited her mother at Chesterfield, this county. Week-End Visiter From Cher, < base Mm. B. C. Dixon, of Chevy Chase, M<) . spent the week-end with her sis ter-in-law, Mrs. Eulalia F. Laigle, cf s(i Madison street. Hooklovers To Meet Meet Tomorrow The Booklovera' Club will meet to morrow afternoon at 3 o’clock at the residence of Mrs. John Tyler, 3 Southgate avenue. (iolug To . Atlantic City H. H. Morris, who has just return ed from a trip to Florida and Cuba will leave in a few days for Atlantic •City. Mrs. W. N. Richardson has sent out Invithtious for a small afternoon bridge and tea on Friday next. Cuuidta He hem's a I Tonight At Nt. Anne's Ch. There will he a rehearsal tonight at St. Anne's Church of the cantata, "Olivet to Calvary." The organist and choirmaster, George A. Webster, urges all persons taking part in the cantata to be present at the rehearsal, as there will be only a few more of them, Mr. Webster is himself get ting up from a sick bed to attend it, us he has been confined to the house for the paßt three days by an attack of grip. Luncheon At Army And Navy Club Lieut. Paul Swigart Goen was host at a luncheon In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Chandler Christy, of New York, at the Army and Navy Club' In Washington yesterday. Other guests were Mrs. W. M. Crocker, of Washington; Miss Josephine Church, of New York, und Lieutenant A. D. Mayer. Haturniiig From California Mrs. James Parker, Jr., will leave t3an Francisco tomorrow to return to Annapolis. She Is expected to arrive here on Saturday. forty At Queen Anne's Cupboard -Lieutenant and Mrs. Qeorge C. Manning gave a large supper party on Saturday night at the Queen Anne's Cupboard tea room. The Val entine idea was carried out In the decorations. There were cupidß and hearts on the walls and tables and heart-shaped shades covered the lights. The supper was sorved at one long table and five smaller ones; which - had centerpieces of freezlas. Those present were Commander and Mrs. I. C. Kidd, Commander and Mrs. H. E. Shoemaker, Lieut, and Mrs. John Terhune, Lieutenant and Mrs. Alexander Early, Lieutenant and Mrs. T. L. Schumacher. Profebsor and Mrs. Arturo Fernandez, Professor and Mrs. Luis Herrera. Lieutenant and Mrs. J. Ross Allen, Lieutenant and Mrs. Stuart Truesdell. Professor and Mrs. Daniel Jordan. Lieutenant and Mrs. Harold J. Nelson, Profes sor and Mrs. M. A. Colton, Lieuten ant and Mrs. O. H. Holtmann. Miss Rosemary Arnold, of Lieutenants W. A. Wynne and Henry Samson, and Prof. Michele Vnefrar iello. .. tf Jfra. Eugene Risbse, of New York. And Miss Jean Wysong, of Shepherds town, W. Va., who were the week-end guests of Mrs. Alfred T. Clay, at the "Anchorage.” hare returned to their homes. Number Of Week-End Guests At “Anchorage” Miss Trump, of Shepherdstown, W. Va.; Miss Zouck, of Baltimore; the Misses Rond, of Washington, D. C.; Mias Allen, of Johnston, Pa., and Miss Evans and Miss Hall, of St. Paul street, Baltimore, were among the out-of-town guests who spent the week-end at the “Anchorage.” LOCAL INTEREST^IN ESPERANTO IS GROWING Within less than two months, ten Esperanto grammars have been or dered by Annapolltans and the In terest In the international language continues to grow. The class Is held every Tuesday at 3:15 p. m. (in the High Bcbool,l but this week the class will be held on Thursday as the taach- I er. Rev. James L. Smiley, will be in Baltimore this Tuesday and has another engagement on Wednesday afternoon. i ~~~7 "( - I'd J ▼ ■ .1 THE gl iymc CAffrfAL. AKKAPOLTS, M ARYLAA*!). MONDAY. FEBRUARY 12. ist2B. LIKE I NEW MIN. sram Ship’s Engineer Declares He Sailed Into Right Port When He Got Tanlac "Tanlac is certainly a great medi • cine, and there are a number of oth ers on the ship besides myself taking it," said John O. Knudson. well i known marine engineer, living at 1908 N. Coilington Aw., Baltimore. Md. "I had suffered from constipation for a long time, and always felt tired and draggy. I was afraid te eat solid food, for it seemed like a tumn in the pit of my stomach and caused awful spells of pein and heartburn. Gas would make me pant for breath, and I had terrible headaches and dizzy spells. I had no appetite, couldn't half sleep, and although I took what seemed like enough medicine to float a battleship J couldn’t get any bet ter. "But I sailed into the right port w’hen I struck the Tanlac treatment, for a course of six bottles has me feeling like a flew man. I have a fine appetite now, am free from indiges tion, sleep like a top, and have gain ed five and a half poundfc. Tanlac is good enough to tell everybody about.” ‘ Tanlac is sold in 'Annapolis by all good druggists. OVcr 85-mfllJcn bottles sold.—(Adv). Something to Think About By F. A. WALKER 1 GIVE THE BEST *"pO GET the best from life you must give the best. In whatever position you may be, there should be no reluctance to make a fair exchange In which measure for measure is given on both sides in ab solute sincerity. That you should make a fashion ot doing this encourages others who are taking note of you to do likewise. They find through experience that there comes with continued actions of this kind an inexpressible gladness which fills their hearts With friend ship and lightens their countenance* with sunny complacency. There are no pleasurable experi ences of this sort felt by those who are constantly complaining about the short-comlngS of others, forgetful all the while of their own. You cannot feel the halmy air of spring mornings unless you go. forth into the glorious outdoors and become a part of it, nor can you give to oth ers if you have nothing to give. That you should waste your days In Ignorance of this fundamental truth underlying happiness is a deplorable error, which, us the years pass softly, over you, graying your hairs and mark ing little lines upon your face, often becomes a burden almost too heavy for self-respect. You cannot have the best without divorcing from your heart all forms of selfishness, egotism, jealousy, cov etousness, doubt and pride. Your kit of fine sentiments may be packed to the top, but unless you shall stoop, open the bag, take out each sen timent one by one and use them as a plumber uses his tools in dally life, the opportunity to get the best In life will never come to you. Like diamonds, such inspirations must be cut and polished to bring out their beauty, brilliancy and worth. High-born Ideas, unless put to use at their hlrth. soon become rusty and of no value. In y<>ur privacy you may’ fondle tltem und dream, of the wonderful things yon intend to do, hut if you replace them time and again in the < old worn bundle *vtthout attempting to test their value ft noble work yoa are not making an effort to get the best, or even a portion of the beat, waiting anywhere for every man and woman willing to sacrifice, help others and give the best within them. ■nn There Was Nothing So Good for Congestion and Colds as Mustard But the aid-fashioned mustard plaster burned and blistered while it acted. Get the relief and help that mustard plasters gave, without the plaster and without the blister. \ Musterole does it. It is a dean, white ointment, made with oil of mus tard. It is scientifically prepared, so 1 that it work* wonders. Gently massage Musterole in with the - finger-tips. See how quickly itbringsre * lief—how speedily the pain disappears. 1 Tty Musterole lor sore throat, broo e efritiji. tonsilitis, crpup, stiff neck, , asthma, neuralgia, headache, eonges-. lion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lumbago, pains and aches of the back or joints, sprains, .sore muscles, bruises, chil s blains. frosted feet, colds of the chest y (it may prevent pneumonia}. 33c and . 65c, jars and tabes; hospital size, (3AXX fetter thmn mmu*t*rd plaster ua II,U ' Yeung Women'* “I am cwma that they might have life aa* that they might have It mors ahaadaaUy." \r~ T" TV 1 (arrest Exeats Lectures The first of the lectures on Current 1 EVPnts was given last Tuesday even ing in the Y. W. C. A. readiug-rooms , by Prof. Howard McCormick. The ’ lecture subject was "The Ruhr Sit-* uation," which proved to be of great interest at tbe present time. Tbese lectures will be held each Tuesday evening at 8 o’clock in tbe *Y" rooms. I J A fee of $2.00 will be charged for the six lectures and both men and > women are invitod to attend. Ail who are interested are urged* to register I at onoe as Prof. McCormick's lectures are as popular as they are interest ing. Dtaring fUm* The Folk and Aesthetic Dancing Classes are prewing to be very popu lar among the children. Thirty have joined tbe class and all others who are interested are urged to enroll at ouce. The class Is held every Sat urday morning at 10 o'clock in the Assembly Rooms on Duke of Glouces ter street. Miss Mary Burch teaches the class and Mrs. Ronci as pianist gives splendid assistance towards the success of the class. A fee of $3.00 j is charged for the 8 lessons. New Hostess For Wednesdays Duo to Mrs. Vandenburg leaving the city, Mrs. J. B. White, of College Green, will be tbe new hostess on Wednesdays for the Y. W. C. A. INDIANS LOSING PICTI'RESQFE NAMES ' Jones and Smith Replacing “‘Drowsy Waters” and “Sun-In the-Eyes” The picturesque surnames of the Indians are rapidly becoming extinct. The former "Drowsy Waters", andi “Sun-in-the-Eyeß” ts now Miss Sadie Jones or Daisy Smith. * Her name gives no hint of her tribal heritage. According to Miss Susie Meek, In dian Secretary fog the National Board of the Y’oung Women’s Chris tian Association this ie due to the American desire for brevity. "The change of most of these names took place in the Indian De partment at Washington," said Miss Meek. "Naturally' it requires less time and effort to deal with an In-; dia named “Jones" than one named i "By Weeping Water**’* The unfortu nate thing Is that the next generation of Indians will lose their tribal dis tinction. "By Weeping Waters" or "’Buzzing Walker” becomes only a tradition. One of the essential needs of the Indian girlß on -the reservations to day is an opportunity to find them selves and gain self-oonftdence, she declared. The government schools devote half the day to industrial work, cooking and sewing. The In dian girl thus leaves school better trained for menial occupations than for the tasks which call for initia- I tlve and self-confidence. "An Indian gtri rarely gets be yond the* sixth grade," continued Miss Meek. "This is not due to a lack of intelligence but due to lack of opportunity. Training for office work is open to them but the work js not. in any sense individual nor are its requirements or future ex plained to her. • It i her self-confi dence and interest that must be aroused. In many ways spe is al ready so much like the white girl whom she greatly admires that a de scription of one fits the other.” The differences that exist are fast being wiped out wherever the girls of the two races meet, according to thg Indian Secretary. At the Y. W. H "~ 7 —— A Real Automobile Show •-■ ■ ■ i F ~ T> •** * The combined exhibit of most of the Annapolis Dealers FEBRUARY 24, 26, 27 **.'• * f I 1 St. John’s College Gymnasium 12.00 Noon to 10.00 P. M. * *> . . , ' ’ A tea room will be run by the ladies representing THE EMERGENCY HOSPITAL, THE RED CROSS AND ANNAPOLIS FIRE DEPT. Stock Cars-Accessories--Special Exhibits MUSIC ADMISSION, 30 cents( tax included). Seventy-five per cent, of GROSS receipts will be given to charitable and public institutions. THIS IS MORE THAN AN AUTOMOBILE SHOW. IT IS AN INDICATION* OF PUBLIC SPIRIT AND CIVIC PROGRESS. You see the. cars—You meet the people—You aid public institution*. We ask your help toward making this effort a success. Repeat the slogan, “MEET ME AT THE SHOW.” ANNAPOLIS AUTOMOBILE DEALERS TUESDAY, Feb. S7th* at noon, “Hot Dogs,” Coffee and Dough-nuts will be served for 30c. • ~~~~ ~ ■ ■ C. A. summer camps and confer ences. life long friendships are being established. Otrl Reserves work ,is active on the reservations and very popular with native girls in their j teens. Miss Meek shares with Mias Ella Deloria and Ruth Muskrat the dis tinction of being the only native In dian young women on the stafT. All j are college trained and eager to share with their own people the edu cational advantages and opportuni- j ties that they have gained. WEAK, WEARY WOMEN Learn the Cause of Daflj' Woes and End Them. When the back aches and throbs, When housework is torture, When night brings no rest nor | sleep. When urinary disorders set in, Women’s lot is a weary one. Doan's Kidney Pills are for weak kidneys. Have proved their worth in Anna polis. This is one Annapolis woman's testimony. Mrs. Edward Miller, 30 Madison St., says: “I have been recommend ing Doan’s Kidney Pills ever since they cured me of kidney complaint. A severe cold settled on my kidneys and left me with a weak and lame back. Mornings I felt so tired out and dull I couldn’t do my housework. Headaches almost drove me frantic.j My kidneys acted irregularly, also. 1 ■ i read of Doan’s Kidney Pills helping others and used Ihetn, getting my *up p!y from the West End Pharmacy. I.They were Just what 1 needed and soon strengthened ray back and kid- 1 no.VB. I have had no further trouble ” j Price 60c, at all dealers. Don’t' simply ask for a kidney remedy-—get; Doan s Kidney Pills—the same that' Mrs. Miller had. Poster-Mliburn' Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.—(Adv.) HEALTH RULES THAT SHOULD BE OBSERVED: . . Get plenty of fresh air. Walk to work if possible. Exercise frequently. Don’t over do it. Get plenty of sleep. Keep bedroom windows open, but avoid drafts. Keep your feet dry. Wear warm clothing. Avoid fatigue, both mental and physical. Try an ud in THE EVENING CAPI "" r ■ 1 —""r i’i For Colds, Influenza end as a Preventive j laxative ißromo 1 \QuinineJ tablet* The Ptret and. Original Cold and Grip Tablet The box bears this signature JWc. !ll , J . . ■ ■ ■.I. j SEA BOHN My mother bore me in au island town. So I lcve windy water and the sight j Of luggers sailing by in tliip moon light— I wear the sea as others wear a crown! My mother bore me near the spin- 1 ning water, Water was the first sound upon my' ears, | And near the sea her mother bore her daughter. Close to a window looking on the' weirs. Ever a wind is moaning where I go, 1 never stand at night upon a quay, But I must strain my ears for sails that blow, 1 But I must strain my ears to hear the sea. My mother bore me in a seaport towroj 1 wear the sea as others wear a crown! So I have loved the sea as other men Have loved the way of women who were dear; Think it not strange that 1 should turn again Back to the water and a windy pier. 1 ' For men turn back to women and so I, Turn to the sea that 1 have loved the best, Back to the waves and salty spiiiue! Hung high, Back to the furious beatiug of her breast. | So am I stided now by streets and trees, | That have no space for breutheiug; I would wear The splendid look of ships and breathe sea air. \ essels and schooners, 1 am one with | these. . ' iMy mother hope me in uii island town, — l wear the sea us others wear a crown! —By Harold Vinfll, in ’Voices.” ■tag, u n iinff ri ■ ■i r ssgf • t i■, ■j? /lucktX UMy >^^vvto3St6d^ if OWE EXTRA^^j^^ ((PROCESS 6tVES] |, V,avo^/ JL!" _■ 1 ... '_■■■ HI -M——— • -—■— A 9llilSlUiililif k * I |’V ON’T forget to send i I I your friends VAL | ENTINE GREET i INGS. All of the newest | lines of Birthday Cards, j Greeting Cards, Place -and 1 Tally Cards. j The Gift Shop 130 .Main Street , I- 1 ! r | - 11 -'. 1 t r m i “Wear?Ever* i Special i - 50c. Cake Pans i 3 for SI.OO $1.95 Fry Pans $1.50 41 f 0 ** *f H. Gottlieb’s Main St. to State . 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