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I'ubisbtd Dally Bjucept Sunday by
THE CAPITAL nrCLISHISO COMPANY
TiTlt EVT'NINi? CAPITAL
3* on sale at' I ‘{lie following places:
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William S< l*UiU* . 84 West Struct
George J. ]>toi*.. 71 il.irylsud Av-t.
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VVEDNfCSBW, FEBRUARY 21. 192 H.
A GOOD SELECTION
111 Major Enoch Bar-,
foil <iari v, I’. S. A., to the presi
dency of the St. John’s College
Alumni Association, members of
that hotly last Saturday made a;
choice which is to he warmly
commended. The selection was
particularly gratifying to those
old St. John’s "grads.” both mem -,
hers and non-members of the As-j
sociation, who were in college at
the same time as Major Carey;
apd who' are thoroughly ac-j
quainled with his manifold, sterl-!
ing <|ualities. W hile a student at!
St. John’s. Major Giirev not only!
distinguished himself as an ath-[
lete hut also he displayed marked*
evidence of those splendid attrib-j
utes of lea* lersh ij> which later oil'
during the World War. won for!
him signal renown on the battle*-}
fields of France. Possessed of
tin* even going, dignified temper*'
ament of the wise executive, a’
man of broad vision and clear,
understanding of the tasks which'
he undertakes, and a thorough
gentleman in every sense of the'
word. Major Carey is pre-cmi-!
nentlv well qualified to direct the
activities of the Alumni Associa-j
lion.
i
THE TVKIFE AND BREAKFAST !
The only things upon the Am-j
erican breakfast table that es-j
cape taxation by the h'ordney-i
McCumher tariff law are coffee
and drinking water. Let us give
thanks for that.
The tariff tax oii eggs is up
from •! cents to !> cents, possibly
•n the theory that the American
hen should he protected from the
competition of the pauper hen
of t aivada. I he- taK on pepper
for seasoning is increased IVO per
cent., while salt, natures'free gift
to all or r.s. pays a tax of 11 cents
a hundredweight.
Bacon, ham ami shoulders.]
forfnerly on the free list, are now
taxed ” cents a ,-ound. The tax|
on iresh lamb, formerly entered}
at the custom house free of dutv.
i ! cents a pound. Lard, which
came in free oi tax under the old
law, is now taxed at cents per!
pound. Fresh milk, duty freeun-j
der the former law. is taxed ?>/> |
cents a gallon.
The Fordm v-Mct'uniher law
increased the tax on butter from'
cents to S cents per pound.)
Bread was not allowed U> escape.)
•or wheat flour, heretofore free]
of clut\. is taxed S1 At* a barrel!
;in, j cVe flour ■< cuts a hundred-}
w tight. t ererd breakfast t\>ods,‘
forpierly on the- Tee list, are now
taxed '*•> per c u;.. and potatoes,
heretofore free, are taxed ,*>o;
cents a hundredweight.
W bile ;coff<*,e j- t ntcred at the f
custom Ijmise frei of dutv, sugar j
that we put into' it and sprinkle!
over our porridge is taxed 1.84 j
cents a pound if it comes from ;
C üba and * cents a pound if 1
grown in any other country. The I
treasury expert* estimate that!
the increase i:i due tax over that!
carried in the l uuerwood law j
will add sllu> the siumr!
hill of the American people. j
IT.e sugar c msumefs. of this]
country have been taxed tor!
about 100 years under the excuse!
that if the sugar growers were!
properly protected u e wanildj
eventually psodr.ee all the sugar|
we consume. We now produce,
after aJI these years of protection,
about 25 per cent, of our total
consumption. At this rate, if we
c ntiritie to tax the consumers
’ igh eu<ugh for iltH) years loug
r. we may !tt)|e to make domes
tic production >f sugar equal otti
consumption. It is a prospect to
which all can Took forward with
pleasant anticipation, meanwhile
forgetting all about the SIfS.WW.-
000 additional annual sugar tax
with which .Mr. Hordncy and his
tariff-making associates hate fav-
NAVY TOSSERS
PLAYING LAST
PRELIM. GAME!
(tnnllNunl from rage t.)
|i nfi ; at ii*it tettfng a good vant
. i.ti' point to witness the game, will!
have to content themselves by taking
lu the other events on Saturdays
carnival program, which includes i
gymnastics, water polo. fencing, j
loxing and wrestling.
Tito basketball game will start at
2:20 o’clock, and so will other con
tests. with the exception of boxing
with .Massachusetts Tech and wrest-j
ling with Penn State, which are
> scheduled for 4. immediately foHtow-j
mg ths court game, so that the West
pointers will have opportunity of j
watching the Middfcß demonstrate j
their skill in the roped arena and on
the mat.
BEST ORISSERS MS
; MEN IN BERLIN IGOFT
STYLES HUMUS
(It.v The tHuwlnlfil Prit >
BERLIN, Feb. 20.- —What is known
as the ‘‘American sport face" is all
the rage these days among the young
men of Berlin. As a consequence of
the fad. whiskers and oven the
‘‘Kaiser mustache,” so popular prior
! to the war, have been pushed oil the
! boards.
Many young Germans wear a kind
: <>f natty “Charley Chaplin” adornment
! upon their upper lip. and this is
I known as American too, but the ma
i jority of the fashionably dressed
young men iu the streets are cafes
j are smooth shaven. Many of theta, so
| the barbers say, shave the first, thing
j in the morning and again late in the
i day, before starting out for the even •
! ing.
Among the workingmen and certain
' old-timers still in the army or gov
i eminent service, a modified “Kaiser’s
mustache” continues to be worn.
I There was a time here when nearly
i all of the old rank officers wore up
right mustaches with carefully waxed
, ends which reached nearly to their
1 eves. But the muetache of the mili
taristic points, in which the individual
took marvelous pride, is entirely out
■ of date.
j Whiskers, generally speaking, are
I unpopular excepting in old-fashioned
, circles where some of the avd mcr
j continue to wear beards,- sip beer
' daily in their favorite haunts of muny
• years, and smoke the long-stemmed
) “Dutchman's” pipe which years ago
I was all the go among Germans in the
j United States.
i MILITARY UK AC BKITIMELLS
TO FAVOR SWACttttj* sticks
j WASHINGTON. Feb. 2<>.l The mili-
Uuv dandy is coming bac|.
Itrab uniforms of war days are to
t e superseded by the more preten
tious garb, favored tv the American
Tommy Atkins of pre-war days.
The now summer toggery of the
IT. s. Marines will be blue coats with
trass buttons, white trousers, white
belts and white cap covers. Torea
dor trousers are barred, but the car
rying of swagger sticks will be con
sidered good form by fastidious dres
sers. R
Mifitary tailors announce that the
j umorial investiture of the Leather
j necks will be the last word in mili
i tary smartness.
C*PAI>YERT!SING IS THE CAFI
fil, BRINGS RESULTS.
MICKIE SAYS
r' S TW VJVO "V.
USES 007*. eoUMAWS t)QO A
APTS* NEa vs reajdn j
BETTER SERVICE. J
> better goods better \
\ PRICES TVIAM TU' L*ZN (MAP I
TOO SMVFTLESS TO
•Sufhvaeff
THE EVENING CAPITAL, ANNAPOLIS. MARYLAND. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY *2l, U>2;l.
r~ - •—ii
I HIS TOMORROW ;
By JANE GORDON
< 'i. 1121. VVtsrio Newspaper Vuioa-t
The man struggled on through the
blinding snowstorm. The path was al
most impassable. Bewildered, breath
less, Paul Worthington paused, wonder
ing what strange impulse had led him
this (IPMtlan* way.
He bud left hi* office that afternoon,
in a mud desire to hide himself and
his misery.
The necessity to be absolutely alone,
t> think away out of this terrible
thing that hud come u|xm him—Don
, nie, the brother whom he had loved
* and sheltered, to be proven now a
; thief!
I’atil trembled at the memory of
those s> reaming headlines In the morn
ing paper, which had seemed to wipe
• •ut alt joy for him, and hope forever.
He went back in thought to the day
of bis mother’s death, many years ago,
and her plea that he, the older brother,
| would care for always and guard Don
ald. And he had dutifully kept his
1 promise.
i Paul could not reproach himself. All
* the reproach lay with Donald. What
I tiend had tempted him with gold?—the
I bank’s gold, where he was trustfully
| employed.
“Donald Worthington, assistant
cashier of the City Trust bank, ab
; seonds with funds.” The newspaper
headlines haunted the tortured man as
he pressed on Ills way.
“Brother, well-known business man,
Ims netbi lg to say.”
"Nothing to suy.” What was there
Tor Paul in his dumb misery to say?
lie luwl hurried to a trolley station,
hod hoarded the first outgoing train,
.iiid, huddled in bis seat, endeavored
to think clearly, us they flew along.
But the chnttering passengers annoyed
him, so Paul had stepped off at a lone
ly station. Where? He was not con
cerned to find out.
'Now. as he walked and walked, the
fdorin had overtaken him. He was
h*st, lost at u country crossroads.
A light beckoned suddenly. Paul
could see no huhltutiou, for the man
ilo of snow had covered the tiny
abode. Exhausted, lie leaned against
the porch pillar as he hammered at
the door. It was opened, slowly, as
though the inmate feared intrusion.
Paid was surprised to see a young
woman standing in the doorway.
"May I come In?” begged Paul. “I
ihink 1 lmve lost tny way."
The girl hesituted for a moment.
“You are—?” she asked.
In bitterness he answered hr. The
news of his disgrace hail preceded
him; lie realized this instantly in the
young woman's quick sympathy.
“Mr. Paul Worthington,” she re
peat e<l with emphasis on the first
name,’* and added kindly, “Please
••nine in at once, and rest by the lire.”
The girl spoke no more until she had
served her gifest with coffee and sand
wiches. Presently, refreshed and
grateful, be turned to the young wom
an who quietly waited.
"You get the newspapers here?” he
asked her significantly.
she nodded in answer. “Tommy "Ed
munds, who lives near here, brings my
supplies and pu|ers from the village
store, i only came out yesterday.
“I read this morning of a Donald
Worthington and his misfortune. Is
tt possible that you are the brother
Paul referred to?"
"(Juite possible." Paul’s tone was
ihrupt with pain.
Ihe girl spoke again. “I am sorry,”
she said. “And l think I know bow
you felt when you ran away. That is
actually what you did do, is it not?
You inn away.” She reached for the
discussed newspaper, holding out to
him u page.
“I ran away too,” she explained.
When he had read the second sen
sational article. Paul gazed amazed
at hi* serene hostess. The article de
clined ihat Iron Taylor’s daughter had
disappeared tlie night before, from the
heme of the capitalist, who ruled with
an iron hand. It was rumoredthat she
had ll.qU.XjcflPJ an approaching marriage
with a man of her father’s choosing.
A mysterious telephone message had
announced she would be quite com
fortable and no anxiety need be felt
upon her behalf.
A picture of a charming young
woman graced the newspaper page. It
was the photograph of the girl who
knelt on the hearth rug at Paul's febt.
“This little house was one of my
favoiite resorts lust summer,” she told
him. “So when father became unrea
sonably insistent I recalled it as a
go**<l place to hide until he should be
brought to reason. I intended to stay
her for some lime.” Phyllis Taylor
leaned forward. “Xotr, tell me,” she
said softly, “what were you going to
do?”
”1 don’t know." the man a'nsvLei'ed
slowly. "Everything was dark to me,
then suddenly your light gleamed forth
like u promise.”
The girl arose. “I have decided.”
she said briskly; “for a time you will
j " ant to be alone. Ybtf Shall stay here,
j There is plenty of wood and food. You .
will help me on to the crossroads to
night and them I slmll send for fMther.
j lie will conte qifiekij* to take me home.
And. tomorrow,” she siuilod back at
Paul, ‘ some way I shall manage to get
here to make sure that tny guest is do
ing welL Tomorrow 1” promised the
girl—“there is always n brighter to
] morrow after every storm.”
And on a summer’s day, when roses
bloomed before the same little house.
I’aul reminded Ids wife of her hopeful
words.
* “You. were my tomorrow,” he said
tenderly. “My peace, after the storm.”
Daughter—Mother, I wish you’d
persuade father I need some new
i clothes. You’ve more practice than
I have.—Life.
CUT Mill LACKS ill.
SEISE OF 10MENESS
- T
Loses Vivid Sentiment Of Civic
Pride, Methodist Minister
Declares
<Rj The .WartM+d Vr *• >
CLEVELAND, 0., Feb. 21. —The
city man is, in a sense, a lost man.
Rev. Ralph W. Sockman, of New York
T itv, told the Council of Cities of the
Methodist Kpiscppal Church, meeting
here today. “No longer rooted in the
soil, he lacks a sense of at homcnesp.”
ontiuued Rev. Sockman. “In our ex
tremely large cities he loses his vivid
*en?linent of civic pride. The deni
zens of Gopher Prairie’ and the Bab
bitts’ of sixth-sized cities may be in
spired by a boosting loyalty to serve
‘l.e institutions of their home towns.
But in New York City, for instance,
men feci the place has momentum
Miough to run itself.
“They will get what they can out of
it for themselves. The commuting
iees suck their substance from the
skyscraping petals of our cities and
then make their deposits in the sub
urban honey combs. If the man on
Broadway or Michigan .Boulevard felt
the same sense of responsibility as on
Main Street, the moral and civic tone
if our metropolitan centers would be
mmeasurably elevated, and the prob
lem of the city church would be al
mqst wholly changed. The individual
personality wilts in a crowd.
Titles Places Of Unrest
“The lostness of the urban mind
shows itself not only in lack of re
sponsibility but iu its craviug for
-hange. Our cities are places of un
rest. ’rte very environment is one o f
rapid ruin. A passerby looks at a
building twice because it may not be
there when he returns next week. We
ire told to look unto the hills whence
•ometh our strength. The hills sug
gest the eternal. But these man
qade walls of city rtene suggest not
the eternal, but the temporary. This
•hungeableness of environments is re
jected in the interests, the thinking,
he lovalities of the urban dwellers.
“The city mind tends to become a
movie mind. Our. age generally is
characterized by fragmentary think
ng. Ours is the generation of the
;hort story, the choppy scenario, the
iketchy impressionistic art. In the
•ity this trait is accentuated. Here
rises a real question for the church.
“The preacher must recognize that
he people are not thinking things
through. In my opinion 4e most out
standing single need of the Methodist
Episcopal Chqrch today is for con
structive theological preaching which
zan interpret to people their flitting
balf-tbought-out ideas. The lost
urban mind must find a guide in the
pulpit.
“Social castes separate and confuse
•he city dwellers. The public school
s no longer the meeting place of rich
ind poor on a plane of comradeship.
“Who shall dippolve these race and
class distinctions, if the church does
iot? The church must lea drill
ground for democracy.”
SAAK PRESIDENT HISSING;
EXAMINERS TAKE ( MARGE
(tty The AM>rlate<l Pres*.l
WARREN, MASS.. Feb. 21—The
Irst national bank of Warren, with
1251,308 in deposit, closed its .doors
‘oday while bank examiners and its
lircctors investigated a shortage in
ts accounts reported to amount to
*212.000.
Frank L. Taylor, president of the
bank, who had been connected with
the institution only a few weeks, is
missing and a warrant for his arrest,
charging embezzlement, has been is
sued.
MONDELL IS URGED AS
SUCCESSOR TO SEC. FALL
(Rv The AMurltUd Preen.)
WASHINGTON. D. C., Feb. 21.
Appointment of Representative Mon
dell, of Wyoming. ■ Republican leader
!n the House, who retires March A, to
succeed Secretary Fall, of the In
terior Department, was urged on
President Harding today by a delega
tion of 18 representatives from 13
Western States.
“You speak frequently of this com
poser.” “Yes.” “Do you then admire
his music so much?” “I don’t know
anything about his music, but I can
pronounce his name.” Louisville
Courier-Journal.
Freedom! /%]!
-no more sluggishness I
Dt KING’S PILLS I
constipation vHVv W
Itching
PILES
■ PAZO OINTMENT instantly Re*
■ lieves ITCHING PILES and you
■ get restful sleep after the
H first application.
IAH druggists arc authorized to j
■ nefend money if PAZO OINT
MENT fails to owe any case of
■ ITCHING, • BUND. BLEEDING
lor PROTRUDING PILES. Cures j ;
■ ordinary cases in 6 days, the
■ worst oases in 14 days. 60c.
PERSONS UNDER *t YEARS
MUST HAVE PARENTS (’ONSEAT
BEFORE JOINING U. S. ARMY
(Ity rkf .tawN'ialtd V cmO
WASHINGTON, D. C.. Feb. 31 —By
a vote of IT? to 134 the Hoube to- j
day insisted on its provision in the
annual army appropriation lill pro- j
hihiting the enlistment of persons j
under 21 years of age without the
written consent of their parents or
guardians. &
Advertise la the Evening Capital.
BETTER THAN CALOMEL
Thousands Have Discovered
Dr. Edwards’ Olive Tablets
are a Harmless Substitute
Dr. Edwards’ Oh ve Tablets— the sub
stitute lor calomel —are a mikt but sure
laxative, and their effect on tlie liver is
almost instantaneous. These little oli vc
colored tablets are the result of I>r. !
Edwards’ determination not to treat ;
liver and bowel complaints with calomd. j
The pleasant little tohlcls do the good I
.hat calomel does, but have nc bad after i
fleets. They don’t injure the teeth liter j
treng liquids or calomel. They take i
.-.old of the trouble and quickly correct '
. it. Why cure the liver at the expense ot j
:he teeth? Calomel some Linus plays
iiavoc with the gums. So do strain*
liquids. It is best not to trk'J cal mil.
Let Dr. Edwards’ Oiiva Tablets take
its place.
Headaches, “dullness” and that lazy
'eeling come from constipation and a s
disurdrred liver. Take Dr. Edivttrds’
Olive Tablets when ytuTecl “logy ’’and
“heavy.” They "clear”clouded brain
and ” perk up ” the ypirits. ISc and
FOR SALE ~
The Garden Theatre Building
and contents. Main St., City.
Apply fo
B. J. WIEGARD
REAL ESTATE. 21 SCHOOL ST.
f2l
FOR SALE!
Bungalow, West St $4500
Dwelling, Murray Ave foOO
Dwelling. Murray Hill, sl,-
<K)O cash, balance on time 7500
Dwelling. Chesapeake Ave. 5800
Bungalow. Chesapeake Ave. 4000
Bungalow. Severn Ave 3000
Bungalow, West Annapo
lis 5700
Brick building. Main 5t.... 9500
Bungalow, Eastern Ave 3500
Dwelling, Sph View lights. 6500
TERMS TO SUIT
B: J. Wiegard
Real Estate A Insurance
ai SCHOOL ST. 121
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
| Notice Is hereby given that the sul-
K-riber, of Anne Annulet county, has <>!>-
tained from the Orphans' Court of Anne
Arundel County, in Maryland. Letters .i f
Administration on the ]*ersonnl estate of
BAMI EL DAVIS,
late of Anne Arundel county, deceased.
All persons having claims against the de
l-eased are hereby warned to exhibit tlie
same, with the vouchers thereof, to the
subscriber on or before tbe
•48th DAY OF AtOWT, IMS
They may otherwise, by law. be excluded
from all benefit of said estate. All persons
indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment.
Given under my l aud this 26th day or
February, 1022.
AUTHFR T. ELLIOTT.
Administrator.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby 'given -that the s W-i
seriber. of Anno AritmM* <-ount)v b*s s>b
tatued from tbe, Orpbtfii.y Conrt of Anne
Arundel County, in Maryland. l.efteVs of
Administration on the persona? estate: of
*OIIN K.’BRAWN.
late of Anne Arundel county, deceased.
All persons having claims-against the de
ceased are hereby warned t*> exhibit the
same, with the vouchers thereof, to the
subscriber on or before the
28th DAY OF AFOVST. IMS
They may otherwise, by law, be excluded
from all benefit of wild estate. All persons
IndehttMl to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment.
(liven under niy hand this 26th day of
February, 1923-.
ELIZABETH FORD.
Administratrix.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given that tbe sub
scriber has obtained from tbe Orphans'
Court of Anne Arnndel County. In Mary
land. Letters Testamentary on the per
sonal estate of
4. WALTER COOK.
bite of Anne Arundel county, deceased.
All persons baring claims against tlie de
ceased are h“rcby warned to exhibit the
same with tbe vouchers thereof, to tbe
subscriber on or before tije
12th DAY OF AffiVKT, 192.
They may otherwise, by law. be excluded 1
from, all benefit of said estate. AJI per- 1
sons Indebted to arild estate sre requested
to make immediate payment. <
Given under iny limk! this Cth day of ,
February, 1!I23.
BETTI E B. COOK. (
*( • Executrix.
NOTICE TO CREDITOR*
Notice is hereby given that tbe sub
scriber. of Anne Arundel county, has on
tained from the Orphans* Court of Aune
Arundel County, in Maryland. Letters
Testamentary on tbe personal estate of
CATHERINE . RANDALL.
I late of Anne Arundel county, deceased.
All persons baring claims against tbe de
ceased sre hereby warned to exhibit the
same with the vouchers thereof, to tbe
subscriber on or before tbe
mb DAY or 4FLY. IMS.
(They may otherwise, by law. be excluded
I from all benefit of said estate. All per
laons indebted to said estate are requested
to wake inmediate payment.
JuZ m ?,rA ma * r my hand th ‘* 3001 day of
DANIEL R. RANDALL.
ElAfUtor
PIiSpSITH?
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/g*. \v. 11. Kullaiiin,
CHAS. M. CARLSON
KM ULOI'CESTCK STREET
CON'TKACTOR
and BI’ILDEK
EttlmHlH Chwfullj' (ilvfn.
PHONE SI
FOR SALE
:
! ”
Modern dwelling Murray Hill, 7
rooms, bath/ electric lights, gar
age. Terms SI,OOO cash, balance
on time.
B. J. WIEGARD
Meal Ksfute A InNuninre
21 SCHOOL ST. fl7
E. O. LEAGUE
ROOFING
S|M>utlni(, Sheet Metal ami Klute Work.
STOVKS AMI rCRNACKS INSTALLED
AND KKl'Allt I'll
•noun isi-w.
ISO TICE TO CREDITORS
Notice la hereby given that the sub
scriber. of Anne Arundel county. lisih ob
luined from the Orphaua’ Court of Anne
Arundel (’utility, in Maryland. I.ettera of
Administration on the iieraoiiul eatate of
RALPH MIUIILKTOK,
late of Anne Arundel county, deceased. All
persona having claims against the deceas
ed are hereby warned to exhibit tin- a.nine
with tin* vouchers thereof to the sub
scriber on or before the
ISrtr DAY K Al fil'HT, MIL
They may otherwise, by law. be excluded
from ml beuellt of said estate. All per
sons indebted to said estate are requested
to make immediate payment.
(liven under my hand tills (Itli day of
February, IMS?.
ROBERT G. MIDDLETON,
Administrator.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice Is hereby given that the sub,-
. scriher, of Aline Arundel county, lias ob
tained from the Orphans' Coun or Anne
Aruudel County, in Maryland. Letters of
Administration on the personal estate of
THOMAS COI.BKHT,
Into of Anne Arundel county, deceased.
All persons having claims against he de
ceased are hereby warned to exhibit the
same, with the vouchers thereof, to the
subscriber on or before the
7th DAY OF AKirsT. 18*3.
They may otherwise, by law. be excluded
from all benefit of said estate, all per
sons indebted to said estate are requested
to make immediate payment.
(liven under iny band this 30th dny of
January, 1923.-
TIOSETTA COLBERT.
Administratrix.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice Is hereby given that the snb
srfiber, of Anne Arundel county, has ob
tained from the Orphans’ Court of Anne
Arundel County, in Maryland. Letters Tes
tamentary on the personal estate of
* ELEANOR BRISCOE,
late of Anne Arundel county, deceased.
All persons having claims against the de
ceased are hereby warned to exhibit the
same, with the vouchers thereof, to tin
subscriber on or before the
Ith DAY OK AtUCtST, 18S.
They may otherwise, by law, be excluded
from all benefit of said estate. All per
sons indebted to said estate are requested
to make immediate payment.
Given under my hand this .'SOtli day ot
•January, 192.:.
LUCY BRISCOE. : j
Administratrix c. t. a.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice Is hereby given that the sub
scriber, of Anne Arundel county, has ob
tained from the Orphans’ -Court of Anne
Arundel eonnty. In Maryland. Letters of
Administration on the )personal estate of
THAYERS T. BROWN,
late of Anne Arundel county, deceased.
All persons having claims against the de
ceased are hereby warned to exhibit the
same, with the vouchers thereof, to the
subscriber on or before the
28th DAY OF JULY, 1823.
They may otherwise, by law, be excluded
from all benefit of auld estate. All Per
sons Indebted to said estate are requested
to make immediate payment.
January,"K tu l ,hl * “ f
T. ROLAND BROWN,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
.cHhi 1 /* J" . hereby given that the sub
* riber. of Anne Arundel county, hag ob
.trs“ Orphans’ Court of Anne
Ajngtel Cow*. ln Maryland. Letters of
Administration on the personal estste of
CHARLES E. CLOW,
o*/ . Ann , e Arundel county, deceased
All persons, having claims against the de
••eased are hereby warned to exhibit the
same, with -the vouchers thereof to the
subscriber on or before the
Bflth DAY OK JULY, 1823.
They may otherwise, by law tie exHn
from all beneat of said mate AH l r
sons Indebted to said estate are rraLstad
to make immediate payment , °” t 1
Janua7y. U l^; r ti,iß ** of
M.UIY A. CLOW,
—_____ •‘'■dtnlniitratrix. I
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for rent- To 777777777
nlslied room ; next i,, i,,. k
Market stris-t.
FOR RENT Com
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FOR -RENT- I'arilv i n.,-i„ 777
Prim** George stn- i * , j.'*
George street.
FOR him \
with all convenleii.es fiirni-ih*//
furnished. Maryland Hotel.
WANTED
WANTED Young
Mrs. Wolf. Pt Northwest *
WANTED To Imiv. *l\7. r 777
house ill city. Apply I'„n %
office.
WANTED —Elderly won ui i . y,
house for widower. \|,|,; ( jy
promise street.
DIED
BROWN —On Febninn V.a: t<|
1 trs*t. Cl.AltA M ltl:ii\V\ p
years, beloved ilmiglit. i. ■•! Ur 7
Milton Brown.
Funeral from above
i day luorniug at ll ••’< in, lum
’’ at Mount Zion.
SCHt I.TZ (hi February
residence. 14 Holland stnvt iin'(
* EDWARD, aged 2 >i :ir* and *4
Funeral Thursday :ifteni f
o'clock from above resl,leli.+. Into
lit Cedar Bluff <s-tiieteiy.
HARRINGTON -On February :Wh.
late residence. Hid lin-i-ii st.-eet i(
L.. aged 72 years.
Funeral tomorrow iTtmrsdayt i
noon at 2 o'clock from above -nS*
Interment ln Cedar Bluff ,HiiHrri.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank oar iniiiiy 'rd*
tbeii kindness shown during !•“ si
our mother, and to < \|ui sfiaw
tor the beautiful flower* win it tv I
of her funeral.
THE BEREAVED CHILHBP
THE LATE MAI!1
W. B. & A. Electric
Railroad
■ID-CITY TKRMI-liW
Hat! Hourly Servbe .Yt'iilnf nil*
Between Annapolis. HsltlnKO**
Washington and
(Washington and t'ttap
passengers ■ flange st Nll-
Academy Junetlos-)
LEAVK ANNAPOUI
West Street HUtlss
5.10. x 9 90. d. 20. It: an. i7Jft *
10.20. 11.20, A. M , 12. 1“■ **,
4.20, x 4.50, 5.20. 20. 7(H),
11.20, P. M.
Leave Naval Academy Osts M
earlier; State House Ststwi
; Street and College Avecu* **•
4 minutes earlier. ,
Connecting at Oden ton will: “•
ANNAPOLIS SHORT Ll** W
Bladen Street Ktsllss
5.20 A. M. and balf-hourlf ‘
and 50 minuses sfter esc*
0.50 P. M , then at 7.50. * v
and 11.50 P. M.
5.20 and 5.50 A. M. trains W
Hnnday.
LEAVE BALTIMORE-*-***
8.35. 7.35, 8.36. 9.35. ’ l %|
12.35, 1.35, 2.35. 3.35, yFtft, l *,
5.35. 8.35, 7.35. 9.35 B 1
A. M.
All trains receive or dlbrf*
at local poluta betweao
Naval Academy Junction
ley and Llnthlcuin on Hn“-
ANNAPOLIS SHORT Li**
Howard and I on,hr*
5.15 A. M. and half-hourly twwj i
and 45 mlnutea utter * |A |
8.15 P. M., then at
11.15, P. If., and U. 15 A g
515 and 5.45 A M train*
Sunday.
LEAVE WA*HN/7°% 1
i 00. 6.45, 8.00. 9.U0. lu ’JU. D ;i*
1.00, 2.00, 3.00. X 3 ~ I
8.00, 7.00, 9.00. L>*> r.
X—Dally ex*pt Sunday-
For tickets and infurm*U<*
city ticket otßcea . " Mt j, P
Carvel Hall, Short L.ne s
4tr*wt.
an ORDINANCE
fyjt '
To Open as a Cy " ,r 7 u Tw **
noe. Fram FlfU. s ‘ r *r‘,J CW-
Baundarie* ol the 1
WHEBKAS. The l ,ruVl
18 of the City Charter "*
been complied "Itb > j <*
Sec. 1. Be it established
by tbe Mayor, CuHe.r •> ry_
the City of Aftuapolin ' y *’
nuo, from Fifth street. . , ~,*•
boundaries of tbe city. ns j . ;aW*
plat of tbe aectlon trw “ **
ting on Bald Spa 'ie* A ; t*
sold, la hereby declared
thoroughfare *f the ' I’" f _
is accepted ms a city her
Section 2. And be it *' ''<*
and ordklr.cd by tt<- a'- _. ; fra*
that this ordinance take eW
date of Ha pasa?e. _
Approved January •
•AVCEh
TTpMt *
KMM A ABBOTT tL'
City Clerk.

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