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com SHORTAGE MIISWS
NO DISTRESS IN U. !
DEWS I C. C. HEAD
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(By The Aimtlilnl I'rnn.)
WASHINGTON, D. C.. Feb. 20 -Re
newu.il assurance that there ia no j
danger of distress in any section of i
the country a* a result of the coal]
shortage this winter was given to!
President f/ar ling today fcy Chair- <
man Meyer, of the Inter-State Com-j
mere* Commission, who presented the
President the result of investigations >
made ly agents of the commission, j
Mr. Meyeg whs understood to have j
reported that not a single case of
acute distress had been reported
which had not Leen immediately re-i
lieved 1 y the special regulations j
adopted I y the eommission, nof had ;
any such case been reported which
had not, upon Investigation, been
found to l e mnch exaggerated.
POLLARD TAKES WITNESS j
STAND IN OWN DEFENSE
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(ll j TIIO AiMoclutfd I’rfM.)
RICHMOND, VA.. Feb. 20.—Thomas
Pollard, scion of one of Virginia's
most prominent families, took the
witness stand today in his own de
fense for the murder Of Mrs. Thelma
Hamm Richardson, pretty young di
vorcee and former stenographer in
Ills office.
Pollard walked calmly to the
clerk's desk to le sworn to “tell the
truth, the whole truth and nothing
but the truth” and then calmly ad
justed himself in the chair to tell of
the shooting which occurred at his
home in the fashionable residential
district on December 11.
Pollard told in detail of his rela
tions with Mrs. Richardson and stout
ly maintained that there was nothing
improper between them until one
week after she was divorced from her
former husband.
He said four months after their re
lations became intimate "she wanted
to know everything that I did and
everywhere that 1 went and would
seem always to find some one to tell
’ her.”
The witness said Mrs. Richardson
often became "enraged” at him and
slapped him and when asked why he
did not discharge her when he de
cided to “break with her,” he re
plied “If I hud done that I would
not be Hitting here."
“What do you mean?" his counse'
asked.
would have killed me,” the
defendant replied.
For Colds, Grip or Influenza
P.ROMO QUININE Tablets. The box
and as a Preventive, take Laxative
tears the signature of E. W. Grove.
(He sure you get BUOMO.) 30c.—
(Adv.)
SWAMP-ROOT FOR
KIDNEY AILMENTS
There is only one medicine that
really stands out pre-eminent as a
medicine for curable ailments of the
kidneys liver and Madder.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root stands
the highest for the reason that it has
proven to be just the remedy needed
in thousands upon thousands of dis
tressing cases. Swamp-Root makes
friends quickly because its mild and
immediate effect is soon realized in
most cases. It is a gentle, healing
vegetable compound.
Start treatment at once. Sold at
all drug stores in bottles of t\v<
sixes, medium and large.
However, if you wish lirst to tes*
this great preparation send ten cent.®
to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N.
Y„ for a sample bottle. When writ
ing le sure and mention this paper.
-r-(Adv.)
A shot stopped some rum runners
says a news dispatch. But a lot of
people stop rum runners to obtain a
shot. Milwaukee Sentinel.
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EMULSION J j
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American History
, DAY BY DAY
By t P. Greea
FEBRUARY 20
Bagdad captured by the
Mongols, on February 20,
1258.
Snow fell to a depth of
twenty feet in New England,
on February 20, 1717.
U, S. Frigate “Constitution” j
captured British vessels j
“Cyane” and “Levant,” on
February 20, ISIS.
Martial law' declared in
Kentucky against the Ku Klux
Klan. on February 20, 1869.
* Leo XIII elected to the pa- i
pacy on February 20, 1877.
Mob of unemployed dis
persed in Boston, on Febru
ary 20, 1894.
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Satrrhfrs Find Doctor's Body
<B The I'rm.l
SANDUSKY. 0.. Feb. 20.—Search
j er.< today found the l ody of Dr. P.
O. Grelst. who with Miss Sylvia
! Schultz, of Toledo, was drowned in
Lake Erie Saturday night when an
automobile in which they were rid
ing broke through the ice and sank.
The body of Dr. Greist was located
near the spot west of Green Island
where the automobile and body of
Miss Schultz were recovered la3t
night.
Red-Coats In New York—'HTilnrtr In
Mississippi
Different names given bed bugs,
but with the.same meaning.—One of
the most dangerous pests known.
Carry deadly germs, spread terrible
disease—their bite may Infect you
with typhus! For health’s sake wipe
them out today. Get a 25c can of
Royal Guaranteed Bug Liquid. Sold
am! guaranteed by J. Newton Gilbert,
Ph. G.—(Adv.)
HELP CHECK “
mm
Bad Colds, Unless Checked,
Develop Quickly
Into “Flu”
L
Slop taking chances with Influenza
Bad colds, grip, sore throat and ach
ing head are easy prey for influenza.
You can get Instant relief from all
cold troubles and grip misery with
Sterling's Vapor-Eze. Vapor-Eze is
*he quickest, safest relief for such
‘roubles because it soothes and heals
the Inflamed membranes and breaks
up the congestion on which colds
feed.
It is a healing antiseptic. Vapor-
Eze penetrates through every air pas
sage.
Apply on your chest and throat at
bedtime, then as you sleep, the heal
ing, germ-destroving Vapor-Eze gets
to the seat of the trouble easily and
readily.
Vapor-Eze is absolutely harmless,
even for infants. Relief i 3 certain.
Don't play with the “Flu” any longer,
when Vapor-Eze will head it off.
At your druggist's. 2oc a jar on a
money back guarantee. Be sure to
get the genuine with the name Ster
ling’s on every jar.—(Adv.)
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Star: Theatre
CNANGK OF PICTURES DAII.V
TODAY
MACK SEX NETT PRESENTS
A Comedy-Drama in Mix Keels:
“Small Town Idol” j
Fentnrinz |
BEN TURPIN
TOMORROW
4— Good Pidures—4
RUTH ROLAND
“Timber Queen”
FRANK KENAN
“The Trouble”
Bathe Comedy. Pat he New*.
i SAMUEL W. BROOKS & COT'lj;
CUJS. NELSON BROOKS
PAINTING DECORATING
PAPER HANGING
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DAY OR NIGHT
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EUGENE WELLBORN
M I KANKLIN BTRXIT
AB>ii, Md. C 3
THE EVENING CAPITAL, ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20. 1923.
mm LOOT BANK AND'
1 ti!HOR|ZE INHABITANTS
(Br The Aoeeelated Pre**.)
SrRINGFIELD. ILL.. Feb. 20-
Terrorizing the inhabitants of the lit
' le town of Easton, which lies halfwmj
etween Mason City and Havana, am
•utting them off from appeals toi
help by severing all telephone wires
l gang of bank robbers leisurely loot
id the Furrer State Bank at Eas
on last night and escaped after fir
ng a fusillade of ?lio<e as a fare
veil.
This morning the little bank is t
nartial wreck. The bandits, the In
habitants say. fired six charges of ex
plosives Onerhot blew the bank saff
through a brick wall and landed it it
i restaurant next door. About J 5.00(
in cash was obtained. The inhabit
ants were afraid to leave their houses
One woman, whose window’ was op
posite the bank, watched the banditf
operate.
Those who attempted to leave tbcii
houses went scurrying back at sigh;
of the watchers the bandits had
placed about the bank. When the
bandits had finished they called in th'
watchers by means of a whistle. Th
entire party then jumped into tw<
automobiles and drove away.
MARYLANDER COMMITS
SUICIDE NEAR MAC ON, GA
(Rj The A**ovlafed Pre**.>
MACOS’, GA., Feb. 20.—Identity of
an elderly man, who is believed to
have committed suicide and wl.ose
body was’ found near Macon yester*
day, was established today when it
became known that the deceased was
John T. Holloway, a native of Mary
land. The body is being held here
for word from relatives. Holloway’s
legs have been gashed and the signs
were that he had bled to death. He
left a note indicating suicide.
Hall’s Catarrh Medicine
Those who are in a “run down”
condition will notice that Catarrh
bothers them much more than w’hen
they are in good health. This fact
proves that while Catarrh is a local
disease, it Is greatly influenced by
constitutional conditions.
HALL’S CATARRH MEDICINE
consists of an Ointment which Quick
ly Relieves by local application, and
he Internal Medicine, a Tonic, which
resists in improving the General
Health.
Sold by druggists for over 40 Years
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
—Atlv. 1
GARDEN:THEATRE
TODAY, TOMORROW AND THURSDAY
TOM MIX
“DO AND DARE”
One of ills latest
Also A GOOD COMEDY AND XEWS
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JVflerchants Lunch possesses three noted .addresses
E each one serving food thats pure
R arc and choicest dishes, meeting patrons wishes
C ooking of the very best for sure
Have you ever been to North Eutaw Street, Nineteen,
A. n Y time its open day or night
North Liberty at Ten, if that’s not near then,
T r y a lunch at Two Three on Light
S tevens Bros, claim their Lunch Rooms all the same.
L etting value prove the big attraction
UP to date are seen purest food and clean
N otably to give all satisfaction
C omfort and convenience, honest prices found
H*S h class food and service guaranteed all around.
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High Grade Shoes
And Oxfords for Women and Men, to close at
=s3.B5 —
Black Kid. blacg Calf, brown Kid and tan Russian lace Shoes with
welted soles. High Louis. Cuban or Military heeis.
Not all sizes in any one style but a splendid assortment in the
combined lot.
BROOKS & BARTON
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. RESTRICTED COMMUNITY
Building Lots Now For Sale
j Easy Terms—We Will Build for You
CALL ANNAPOLIS 519
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IVY WILL HAVE 39 :
ENTRIES IN INDOOR
GAMES IN BALTIMORE
The Annapolis midshipmen will not
‘ack from numbers when they invadej
he Fifth Regiment Armory, Balti
tiore, Saturday night for the joint j
jamesf of Hopkins and the Fifth, for
•9 of the sailors will le on hand with
he intention of making the Navy col
ms “stand down the track" well ahead
if rivals.
The medley relay team, which will
ncet the University of Pennsylvania, |
’ittsburgh and Fordham, has been se
eded. Marshall will run the 220
Vards. Hammond or Schulz will next
ake up the task in the 440, Rodgers
xlll le the entry in the BSO, while
either New hall or Hurd will be com
elled to run the longest distance,
>ne mile.
Navy will also meet Yale in a spe
:la 1 mile relay, each man running a
luarter. Tollman. Foss, Schutz and
damnond will le the middy flyers.
iffl
SOME of the wisest men
of a modern age be
! have firmly in Chiroprac
i tic and have demonstrated !
i its health-usefulness. An J
• | adjustment relieves un- I
due spinal pressure upon
I the neftes Mid allows
1 n Nature to effect a cure.
Princeton has sent word that four
men will be on hand for the games.
They arc Scattergood and Beattie in
the 100-yard hurdles, Covington in
the mile, Taylor in tho 100-yard dash
and Beattie in the shotput. Beattie
is a football player and one of his
opponents will to Carney, captain of
the uavy eleven for next season.
Tong slayings have broken out In
University City. In California if it
! isn't; a hammer it's tongs. Detroit
News.
CIRCLE PLAYHOUSE ueanay
I
v Other Attractions: You caanot Judro a Book by t!• <'o\or. or lMrturo In tlio y, n
n Title—But M> t.usrunlre You n Mint Powerful, Thrilling,
|\ \ Ton.*. lirlpiiing, Inspiring. M lolrrtul ttpn'lu! tr-aturr l*ro -
ilurtlun lu
c movie chats _ _
l “The Kingdom Within
E WITH (iASTON CJLASS, PAULINE STARKE, IM S- 1*1S1IEs :
C OMEDY SELL SIMPSON AND ERNEST TORRENCE. l"t.
New
Sob-Division
Opened Up!
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Part of the Estate of Thomas McGuckian on the south I
f side of West Street Extended has been sub-divided into
large and attractive building sites.
Most all Annapolitans are familiar with the location
of this valuable property, and it has been most frequently
remarked “WHAT A HANDSOME RESIDENTIAL
. SECTION THIS WOULD MAKE!”
While the property is outside the city limits, there arc
conveniences such as city water, electric and gas service
and fire protection—County Taxes only. There arc
RESTRICTIONS such as you would like to have in a loca
cation where you would like to OWN A HOME of
. your own.
I
AS TO TERMS, we can suit your requirements.
Further information will be cheerfully furnished at the
real estate offices of
CHARLES F. LEE, CHARLES F. LEE,
W. G. GOTT, Lee Building, Church Circle.
Executors. Telephone 603.
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A Real Automobile Show
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The combined exhibit of most of the Annapolis Dealers
FEBRUARY 24, 26, 27
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
RED CROSS AND ANNAPOLIS FIRE DEPT.
Stock Cars—Accessories Special Exhibit'
MUSIC
ADMISSION, 30 cents( tax included). Seventy-five per cent, of GROSS receipts
given to charitable and public institutions.
THIS IS MORE THAN AN AUTOMOBILE SHOW IT IS AN INDICATION*
PUBLIC SPIRIT AN D CIVIC PROGRESS.
You see the cars—You meet the people—You aid public institutions. We ask V— ; <
x toward making this effort a success. Repeat the slogan,
“MEET ME AT THE SHOW.”
ANNAPOLIg AUTOMOBILE DEALERS
27th, at noon, “Hot Dogs,” Coffee and Dough-nuts will be served
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FRESH AFRICAN FRUIT
IS ( HEAP IN LONDON
<B Tlio .%M*rtl*d
LONDON. Feb. 20—South African
fruit is being increasingly used in
England. Whereas, in 1910 only 180.-
000 boxes came to this country, the
arrivals at Southampton last year to
talled 1.125,000 boxes. These were
distributed to London and the leading
provincial towns. Supplies aro com
ingin freely this year and it is pos
s ; Me to buy fjysh v r
peaches here at J". T "*
M uTa!t‘ hn
MTADVeutisim; ~ .
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