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KRAUSE TO EXHBIT
CHEVROLET, OAKLAND, j
HUPMOBILE ANDREOj
Below is the ll3t of cars that will
lo displayed iy Krause's Garage.;
West street extended at the automo-j
1 lie Chow In St. John's Gymnasium
on the 24, 26, and 27 'of February j
The four models whbh will te shown'
to the pul lie as representatives of 1
the Krause line of cars will te in j
their neatest holiday dress, the same!
as in their appearances at larger au
toirotile thews such as that of Bal-j
timore and Philadelphia.
Mr. Kraure has expressed his deter-j
ml nation that as far as his pert* of j
tho show goes there will te nothing!
larking.
The Chevrolet, which is the popu
lar priced model of the series, will
1" shotvn in its superior desly u i
While the other three will he demon- j
Hlrated in new sport mouela.
The Krauso display in the College:
Gymnasium will be supervised by '■
Andrew Kraus** the propritor of tile!
parage, and Horace Carlson, who is!
the salesman for this house, and In
addition to Chevrolet*, will be Hup
taobiles, Oaklands and Reos.
The growth of Krause's Garage at
Its West street location has been a
mark of the progress of the automo-
I ile 1 usinosH in Annapolis, and the
1 tillding of a special display room to
got lyr with a modern drive-in Hilling
station has placed Krause's establish
ment in line with tho best kept gar
ages in this or any other city.
TAG DAY"FOR SHADY
SIDE SCHOOL LIBRARY
*562.84 TO FUND
The children of Shady Side school
are Justly elated over the signal sue
cess of the Library Fund Tag Day,
which crowned their enthusiastic if
forts. The financial results exceeded
their greatest expectations and the
children and teachers are rejoicing
over the fact that a beautiful bookca?e
lilled to overflowing with choice books
'will soon he seen beautifying their
slatciy corridor in the new school
boil ling. The total resulis of the
campaign were $62.84. The captain
of each team and the total amount
turned in by each were as follows:
Ellen Atwell, $10.35; Clara Linton,
flo.lfl;Aniy Rogers, $18.75; Virginia
Leatherbury,' $2.1.88. Virginia Leatlier
bur.v’s team were the prize winners.
The following children, by their in
dustrious efforts contributed largely
to the success of the drive and deserve
special mention, Fredericks Wilde,
Margaret Nowell. Gertrude Fox, Ennos
Wheeler, Katheryn Carter, May Ow
ings, Hemic Atwell. Elnor Wilde.
Blanche Linton, Clara Lintdn, Kmily
Tucker, Clark*? Avery, Gustav He n
rich, Anna Heinrich, Sophia Heinrich.
Florence Lerch, Ellen Atwell. Jack
Nowell, Virginia Leatherbury, having
secured over a ilollor in contributions
and many of them secured over $5.
11l Eggs in Two Months
One female bed bug will lay one
hundred and eleven eggs In two
months. They are deposited on
clothing, in beds, mattresses, crev
ice,. etc. They arc a constant meii
nen because of the disease they
spread. For health's sake wipe out
the a e pests! Get a 25c can of Royal
Guaranteed Bed Bug Liquid. Sold
and guaranteed by J. Newton Gilbert,
Fh. G.—(Adv.)
Hall’s Catarrh Medicine
Thqse who are in a “run down"
condition will notice that Catarrh
1 others them much more than when
they are in good health. This fact
proves that while Catarrh is a loca 1
disease, it is greatly influenced by
constitutional conditions.
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE
consists of an Ointment which Quick
ly Relieves by local application, and
the Internal Medicine, a Tonic, which I
nssisis in improving the General'
Health.
Sold by druggists for over 40 Years. I
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.'
—Adv.
Ambassador Harvey refuses to talk
to the press. Ambassador Harvey ,
must have a dreadful cold.
7I'T r~!~ *-*- -••- -*- V - j
j| This Coupon ii
• t s Wcrth
TAKE IT TO
:: Redmond’s West End Ph armacy •jj
tt and purchase a p-ckutre of •* j
P Front Healing and Toilet M
i ( ream and they will give v o a ; -
J.’ another package FREE. * *'!j
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It Pronto Healing and Toilet : *
[! Cream is a delightfully oer- .
p famed, toilet re t .- v j:
m site for face and hands-far **
Jj after motoring, golhng or uth •: '
outdoor sports; sunburn, wind- ••
j ! burn, the treatment of burns |.j •
!-? and scalds, eczema, rashes and t!j
J similar irritations of the skin— ti'l
r- also for tired and sore feet.
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p !San “‘ 1!
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Thl* HiHpon smut proxtrd !>•- *' [
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American History
DAJ BY DAY
By T. P. Greea
FEBRUARY 17
Tamerlane, the Great, died ■
on February 17. 1403.
Miles Standish became mill- j
tar.v leader at Plymouth on I j
February 17. 1621.
Charles II cf Fngland be- | i
came secret pensioners of \
i Louis XIV of France on *
i Ffclruary 17. 1676.
I Tie Presidential vote broken
by Congress and Jefferson
elected over Burr on February
| 17, 1801.
England returned Napo
leon’s will to France ou Feb- !
ruary 17, 1833.
First ship went through the
Huez Canal on February 17,
1867.
FEBRUARY IS
Duke of Clarence, brother of
Edward IV and Richard HI.
i murdered on February 18. j
| 1478.
Mkhangelo, Italian painter,
j sculptor and architect, died on
February 18. 1361.
Jefferson Davis inaugurated
as President of the Confeder
acy ou February 18, 1361, and
first Confederate Congress
met. on February 18, 18C2.
Porfirio Diaz elected Presi- j
dent of Mexico on February
18, 1877.
Jumbo, the greatest of
African elephants, bought by
P. T. Bnrnum on February 18,
1882.
President My.lero takes
prisoner in Mexican'civil war
on February 18, 1913.
I I
INCOME TAX FACTS !
I I
b a
(Following Is the thirteenth of a
series of articles pertaining to in
come tax returns for the j ear
1222, its prepared by the Bureau
of Internal Revenue.)
XIII.
Business expenditures are not al
ways expenses within the
meaning of the income tax law. For
example, a merchant may build an
pddition to his warehouse at a cost of
SIOO,OOO. This is a capital expendi
ture for an addition to his assets
Capital expenditures are not deduct
ible.
Distinction is made between ex
penditures for an asset and expendi
tures in connection with an asset. If
the merchant should, curing the year,
s pend S3OO for repairs to his ware
house. such as painting the roof or re
placing broken windows, ho may de
duct such amount as a business ex
pense.
Medical, law or other professional
books, machinery, tools, Implements
or surgical Instruments purchased by
taxpayer for use in his trade or pro
fession, and which are of a perman
ent character are capital assets and
their costs is not allowed as a deduc
tion. A farmer may not deduct the
cost of a threshing machine or trac
tor, these being capital expenditures
hut is allowed to deduct the cost of
hoes, rakes, and small tools' which
:.ro used up in course of a >e:;r or two
in farming operation.
The purchase price of an automo
bile, even when used wholly for busi
ness or professional purposes, is nol
deductible, but is regarded as invest
ment of capital. The cost of gaso
line, repairs, and upkeep of an auto
mobile is deductible if used wholly ir
business. If used partly for business
r.nd par.ly for the pleasure or con
venience of the taxpayer! and bis fam
ily. such cost should be apportioned
accordingly.
Real Estate Men To Meet In June
(By The AtKnrlatrd
CLEVELAND, 0.. Feb. 17. Sev
enty-five hundred real estate leaders
in the United States and Canada will
attend the sixteenth annual conven
lion of the National Association o!
Real Estate Boards, to be helib here
June 27 to Delegates will come '
from practically every city in this ]
country and Canada. j
Just the thing for your
Rowboat or Canoe
Caille Bantam i
2 n. p.
(V j
(h i
f; ZM l
W*tgti( M lbs.
PRICE $75.00
LATROBE & CO. I?
MARINE : ENGINEERS
ANNAPOLIS, MD. |<-
_ ta* g.'Kfflijr. CAKiTXL. aWnaK.i.IS. MARTI A NO. SATURPAY. FKP.T<I" \RY IT, 1923.
IiiSfTOiHES TMI !
EllflS EKKRTHt WSTER
(By fh* Auorlitid V rM.I
CHICAGO. Feb. 17.—Juies Verne,
out of ths inexhaustible resources of
a boundless imagination, painted word
pictures cf fantastic and seemingly
Impossible inventions submarines, (
! airships and others but the world
| has lived to see most of them come .
! true.
An American writer, during the
: war. wro*e a fiction story for a week
! ly magaz : ne in which he described
a submarine trapped by underwater
! steel chains, Leing saved ly a diver
i who slipped through a hatchway and
[ cut tho chains with an oxy-acetvlenc
1 torch.
An engineer in the Underwriters [
laboratories here read the story an l
set out to find whether a torch could
te developed to burn under watoi.
| Today, as a result, British deep sea
j divers are trying to cut up and sal
vage ships sank during the war ly
, burning their steel plates apart fir
I beneath the ocean surface.
Engineeis at the laboratory, learn
ing of the English use of the torch, j
have just repealed their experimental *
work, done five years ago.
An oxygen and acetylene torch con
tains in itself all the elements nec
essary for combustion under water,
lor any place else. The only prob
' lom was to find some method of dis
persing tlu water between the flame
ami the metal to be cut, in order
that the 6,000 degree Fahrenheit
temperature of the torch might he.
brought iat*r play.
The problem was finally solved by!
adding a third tank, containing com
pressed air, to the equipment, and
surrounding the torch head with a
larger metal tube. In use underwa
ter the Hast of air passed through
the large tube and forced the water
back, making way for the flame.
A small experimental set was built,
and a strip of window screen wire
placed in a tub of water for the ex
periment. The flame burned through j
the metal without difficulty.
The paradox of flame under water, j
while startling to the uninitiate, is!
not hard to produce. Any infiam
malle sulstance which contains in it
self sufficient oxygen to keep com
bustion going will burn, even though
immersed in the element which is
supposed to extinguish fire.
One of the commonest examples is
he ordinary nitrocellulose photo
graphic film used for moves and oth
er purposes ths laloratory experts k
pointed out. Touch a match to a j
niece of this film and then immerse
•ho flaming fragment in water. The
film contains suflicient oxygen to
keep burning. Nitrocellulose film is
made of the same materials us gun
cotton, only subjected to a different
degree of nitration.
STOPS COUGHS AND COLDS
Neglected coughs and colds lead to
influenza, la grippe, asthma and bron
chitis, and the old method of "letti.ig
it run its course" is rapidly giving
way to preventive treatment. Three
generations of users have 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
fuae imitations and substitutes.—-
¥mw l w. brooks l co.l
CIIAB. NELSON BROOKS
PAINTING DECORATING
PAPES HANGING
KittmttM Cbewrfull/ Farnlit.4.
Color schemes for furniture jiwtnltngt
Ipholsterli)* and Gold Line Work.
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TELEPHONE 9
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FOR lie YEARS THIS BANK HAS SERVED THIS j: {
COMMUNITY FAITHFULLY AND WELL AND |
OFFERS UNSURPASSED FACILITIES FOR P
3 TRANSACTING EVERY DESCRIPTION OF 2
r BANKING BUSINESS. * H
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Assets Over . . $2,500,000.00
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WE PAY i% INTEREST ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS Li
AND 2% ON DAILY CHECKING BALANCES
3 OVER SSOO. Rj
THE ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN ANNE ARUN
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PROPERTY TRANSFERS
IN CITY AND COUNTY
RECORDED IN COURT
From Leonard A. Snead and wife
to Young .’fen's Christian Association
of the City of Washington, tract of
!a..d called Wright-on Farm, in the
Eighth district, containing 195 acres.
From William C. Jones and wife to
Howard E. Jones. 3 lots of ground at
Mat ley Beach Park, Third district.
From Anne E. D. Sellman to Chas.
F Lee. tract of land at Chesterfield.
F-eeoud d.strict, containing 36 acres.
From Charles F. Lee and vvn’j ti
Charles E. Payne vnC others, tract of
land at Chesterfield, Second district,
containing 56 acre a.
From The Workmen's Co-Operative
Realty Company. Inc., to Mabel S’naf-j
fer and husband. 2 lots cf groun * a*
Glen Bumie Heights, Third district.
From John K. Culver and wife to
John L. Congleton and wife. 3 lots
of ground at Brooklyn Park, Fifth dls-:
trhr. j.
, From Howard M. Pumphrey to Wal l
Koch and wife. 3 lots of ground I
at Riveria Beach, this county.
From The Workman’s Co-Operative'
Realty Company. Inc., to Henry Erbe'
and wife, 2 lots of ground at Glen
Bumie Heights, Third district.
From The Patapsco Park Land
Company to the Board of Education {
of Anne Arundel county, 2 lots of
ground at Patapsco Park, Fifth dis-;
trict. -• * i
From diaries L. Tate and jvifu to]
the Board oZ Education of A fine A run-!
del county, tract of land at Arrdmpl
Station in the Third district, contact-1
ing one acre.
Prom Thomas J. FylTe ami wifi to'
Frederick Dorguth and wife, tract of I
land in this county, containing 7 97-1
100 acres.
From William T. Hickman and wife
to Otto W. Haberkorn and wife, tract
of land called “Cranberry Farm,”
j Fif.h district, containing 8 acres.
From Howard M. Humphrey to
| A. Vernier, two lots of
! ground in the Third district.
From James J. Lijewski and wife to
John F. Boniarski and wife, tract of
land in Third district, containing 1
acre.
From Spencer S. Stevens and wife
to John I). Blair and wife, lot of
ground at Boucher's property, Second
district.
From Bernard Koppold and wire to
* Charles Kriewald and wife, tract of
j land in Fifth district, containing 4
acres.
From John N. Ray and wife *o
Joseph B. Ray and wife, tract of land
in the county, containing acres.
From The Ferndale Farms Corpora
tion to Frank B. Bannister. : lei*
j
I BF JSL 1
AJtE you getting your ,
share of physical 1
j gladness out or life? If ji
j not you should investigate w
! what Chiropractic has in f
| store for you. If your t
! spine is not in perfect f
j condition jour nerves are i
D not nourishing your body. (
5 Come in for au analysis. I
of ground at Ferndale, Fourth dis
trict.
From Howard Er Gray and wife to
Frank Me bus and others, lot of
ground at Brooklyn Heights, Fifth
district.
From Harry L. Eliiughauson and
wife and others to Harold B. Scar
borough and wife, four lots of ground
at Spa View Heights, Second district.
From Charles A. Hodges, County
Treasurer, and others to Annie K.
Eline, lot of ground at Outing Park.
Third district.
From Charles F. Lee and wife and
others to The Mayor, Counselor and
Aldermen of the City of Annapolis,
property on West street. Annapolis.
From John W. Holloway and wife
to WilHatn K. Price, two lots of
ground at, Marley Beach Turk. Third
district.
C. & P AnAINS SUCCESS
IN ACCIDENT CONTEST
. 10 PROTECT WORM
As a result of three years of effort
to prevent accidents among its work
' men, the Chesapeake and Potomac
! Telephone Company in its 1922 safety
I campaign achieved a record which is
| looked upon by all industry as a re
markable one.
I Three departments of the c-'mpr.ny
' in Maryland numbering several hun
• dred men had perfect records in the
annual accident prevention route*’, it
| is shown in the announcement of the
I winning districts, and they accord'ng
( ly have been de-'V.rM tied for first
| place in the contest. Sixteen districts
i of the company in Maryland, Virginia,
, West Virginia and the District of Co
ll lumbia competed.
In all of the Baltimore division of
the company, the number of accidents
totalled 14 in 1922, against 42 in 1921.
The number of days lost from work
by employees as a result of injuries
on the job was 222. which is 406 less
, than in 1921. In the Hagerstown dis
’ trict, comprising all of Western Mary
land, there were only three accidents
i last year, against 10 in 1921.
■ The company has been campaigning
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' l\l£kru ELAINE HAMMERSTEIN
; j Jpg! . and CONWAY TEARLE
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Abo\ e the frame there is often little Your first glance will sali' V yo’t
j to choose between.motor cars priced that- Columbia knows how i-'V: !
f at about tne same level. Automobile substantial value into ooen a.- vi
j bory bunding has progressed to the bodies. Then look more close'. '
t! pant where a trong f wett-propor- Columbia all-feature chs
hi t‘oned, well-finished end adequately mechanical construction the * i
equipped oody can be had with almost this good car so exceptional- i
• M any car.
j p _ . . ihe complete line of 1923 C - 3
M But lt ~ s the body that you Sixes, together with aCo i u i.. 1- 3
j oo.. to determine tnc service chassis, are on display at oor
;| vaiue ofan automobile, and it is bel ow rooms. Cars are also avails- - r
toe body that the Columbia Six ofTers demonstrations. Let us prove
t.efmitely known values such as hr?ve Columbia and C ' . n. -a
, never be*ore been combined in an performance with you behind
j automobile selling for less than SIOOO. the wheel.
COLUMBIA MOTORS COMPANY, DETROIT, U. S. A.
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Sport Rocdifr ... 99, htthun* *-./ tjvtoon. Gam- T*opMten t rr (u, -
potuocost-T 99; J '~rp L . % i, ndtTrt tpt , . lah^d uni . Special Sport ■- •li
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CHILDS & HUNTER
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strenuously against accidents for
. several year* and has reduce l iliom
throughout its territory from 209 in
1919 to one-sixth of that figure in
1922. Each man of the company’.;
plant forces lias been instructed in
the avoidance of dangerous and care
less practices in constructing and
maintaining telephone property. Last
year, under the direction of the Red
Cross, the men were given a course in
first aid work, and nearly every one
was certified as being capable of ren
dering practical first aid.
A similar contest .for 1923 already
has been started. Eafh department is
pi lining special instructions in ac
cident prevention for the men and is
arranging for first aid contests. The
Industrial Bureau of the Hod Cros
again will co-operate in the work.
Flubb—Gimme a cigarette.
Dubt —Why, I thought you tol l me
you had quit.
Flatb—Well, I've reached the first
! stage. I’ve quit buying. Kansas
Sour Owl.
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