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Evening capital. [volume] (Annapolis, Md.) 1922-1981, February 28, 1923, Image 3

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, f.iok. nf Snow Hill,
a ln-r brother, j
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j,-n inarm-.I last Satur- j
will return today
i " where tin y have <
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. I Mrs. M It f
f - - i-ihl guest s o:
!■ r aini Mrs. Rush Fay. j
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i. i-1 Johnson, pus
Kpisropa 1 Churc-h
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b Ja\ loi lias sent out I
bridge party on s
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- t-.iiooii returned last.
* York. where rho has
K - •* umi i-i several weeks,
b< r sisler, Mrs, W.
!’• I’orter Row,
i IrUkt
h A Hughes wa> hostess
ridge party yester
ia "on iiv Mrs. Hubert
>!■ nr> Thornhill and
Mrs, Hughes is
i this afternoon at
i iirnii
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* ’ nke entertained |
: uncomely ap- j
but- In-on yesterday. ]
bildcs of bridge
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1 Washburn and |
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Dine with her
Drown, at the|
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at the Wo-
V--terdav and
Margaret Mar
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Celebrating Bedding
Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel P. Thompson
today very quietly celebrated their
fifty-ninth wedding anniversary at
their residence on Cornhili street.
Mis*. # \llce ltuckler*s
Wedding Attendants
At the marriage. f Miss Alice haw
j rason Buckler, of Baltimore., and Dr
I William .Veil], Jr., l*oth of whom are I
well-known in Annapolis, the maid of
honor will he Miss Alice Lawrasoi
Cox, a first cousin of the bride, and
Miss Mary Herbert Buckler,
younger sister of. the bride, will hi
the flower girl. Miss Buckler and
Miss Cox are behutantes of the past
season. The latter is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Margate Cox, of
Woodmere. L. I.
The wedding vf ill take place H 4:3(
p. ni. on April 7 at Grace and St
Peters Church, Baltimore, with the
rector. Rev. Dr If. P. Almdft Abbott
officiating, and will be followed by p
small reception at the residence o‘
Doctor and Mrs. Buckler, 80G Cathc
dral street.
lb! I bridge I lab
Entertained
r I iii- 15*14 Bridge Club was enter
t.lined on Monday afternoon hv Mrs
Alexander R. Early, of W 9 Kinp
George street.
Patroness Of
Piano Recllnl
Mrs. W. Bladen daughte
of Mrs .1, Wirt Randall, of Randal'
Place, will he among the patronesse*
at the piano recital to he given tt
8:30 p. m.. Saturday, March 3, in th
J.tttle Lyric, Baltimore,, by Sliur
Cheraasky, Ihe Russian child pianist
This will be the first performance o
Master Cherassky’s American tour
The young pianist w-as born in Odess
on October 7, 15*11, and received hhi
musical instruction under the wis.
guidance of his mother, who is • f
graduate of the Russian Imperin
Conservatory of Perograd. With hi:
parents lie arrived in America but
few weeks ago.
Mr. and Airs. John Brooks have re
turned to Baltimore after spemlin*
the week-end with Lieutenant an
Mrs. Wallis Gearing.
Coming For
Week-End
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hanford, o
Washingtonw will be guests of Lieu
tenant and Mrs. George S. Arvin ove
the coining week-end.
WOMAN HI.RNED TO DEATH
\ND 33 FAMILIES FORCED
BY FLAMES TO LEAVE HOME?
(By The A*o.t(d I’rMi
PITTSBURGH, PA.. Feb. 28—On.
woman was burned to death and 3
families forced to leave their homer
at Clairtcn, near here, early toda;
when lire destroyed live buildings, in
eluding two apartment houses. Th<
damage was at $50,000.
The charred body of Mrs. Sara*
Clark, 18 years, was found in tli
ruins.
A light snow was falling when tl.
families left their homes.
As no other houses were availal I
for their use they built tires in tin
street to keen warm. Some werecla.
in night clothes.
Save Your Coal Pile!
; DRAFTY WINDOWS AND DtftißS
REDUCE THE COAL PILE!
I Wliv not save 25 per cent. In v.mr .-oat
bill by installing
All-Metal Weather *
Strip
Tin: FIRST COST IS 'TtIK LAST! |
AII-Metul W.-ath.-r Strip will lust j
as long as yonr building.
Let sue demonstrate to you how to 1
save moiu-y by making yonr .tones an.l j
windows draft-proof, nisi proof and ■
water-proof. j
F. J. FLOOD
47 DEAN ST.. ANNAPOLIS. Ml), j
phone: UTS-M. . .
SCItFEX WORK OF ALT. KINDS
! LETTER SLOTS INSTALLED
ALL STKI L PORTABLE: OARAGES
Prices Cheerfully Given.
Whooping
Cough
Cough* resulting from Whooping
Cough, La Grippe and Influenza
quickly relieved with
-_* 7 FOLEY’S
IPC ***“
ml AND TAR
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grodients print*
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World** largest telling cough medicine
JTT.K V.y;.WT\r, CAPITAL, A*LN\\;T>T.IS, M ARYLAND, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2>. 15*23.
MURRAY DROPPED AS
DEP. STATE AUDITOR
Governor Ritchie yesterday finally
completed his State reorganization
slate by appointing Th#mas A
Sweeney, of Baltimore, to be first
deputy State auditor and reappoint
ing Daniel H. Carroll, of Harford
county, as second deputy State
auditor.
Mr. Sweeney, who resides at 1131
Hanover street, will take tho place of
Thomas J. Murray, of Cecil county.
The salary of the position is $2,300 a
year. The soc.md deputy receives
only $2,000. ♦
Mr. Murray, who has been dis
placed. is allied with the John Walter
Smith element of the Democratic
party and long hits'been active in the
Democratic politics of Cecil county
Re wa* intoned hv me party Central
Committee of his county.
The State auditorship is now held
by Lewis Milbourne, of Somerset
county, who was appointed by the
Governor to succeed William A. Gil
lespie. By the reorganization act the
State auditor is placed under the
supervision of the State Comptroller,
though the Governor makes the ap
pointments.
GENERAL KIBBLE WHO HAD
COMMAND OK M AKIN EM ON
DEWEY* FLAGSHIP IS DEAR
PHILADELPHIA, PA., Feb. 28.
Maj.-Gen William P. Biddle, retired,
former commandant of the Marine
Corps, died at Nice, France, Sunday,
according to a message received in
Philadelphia by relatives. He was in
his seventieth year and retired from
the corps in 15)13, after 38 years of
service.
General Kiddle commanded the ma
rines of Admiral Dewey's flagship in
the battle of Manila Bay and in the
'lexer uprising commanded the First
Regiment of Marines during t h e i
march from Tientsin to Peking for
the relief of the foreign legations.
General Biddle was born in Phila
ielphin and was a member of an old
Philadelphia family. He entered the
Marine Corps in 1875 as a second
lieutenant and saw service in all parts j
>f the world.
60V. TRINKLE ADVOCATES ,
“PAY AS YOU W PLAN FOR
FINANCING STATE ROADSj
\
(By thi* v<{ I>rrn.)
RICHMOND. VA-. Feb. 28—Gover
tor Trinkle in his address at the
opening of the extraordinary session
>f the general assembly of Virginia
oday recommended that a “pay as ,
/on go" plan be ultimately adopted
is the permanent method of financing
construction of Virginia's state high'-j
ways and “that before a bond isoue j
1
j *An COUPE I
Even
* J Greater jb *w
Value • %r
F O. B. DETROIT
At the lowest price ever made on a 5 !
Ford Coupe this attractive model offers
even greater value than before. j j
The convenient window regulators, the
improved upholstery, and the many 1 f
refinements in chassis construction,
| , have brought new high standards of j
Professional and business men demand- H|i[
| ing continuous car service at low cost,
and with comfort and convenience, are
turning to the Ford Coupe in greater i ?
numbers than evef. I f
So great is the demand that a shortage
is certain. List your order now—cover
it with a small down payment the 11
balance on convenient terms.
Ford prices have never been so low ' § J
Ford quality has never been so kigh | \
COLONIAL MOTOR CO. II
240-S WEST STREET
is placed upon the people of the
state, which would involve an indebt
edness of millions of dollars, the
matter be put up to them either by
some fair method of referendum, or
by the indirect method of having the
members of the general assembly of
1924 elected with this idea in view."
“If the people of Virginia are not
willing to provide sufficient funds for
road construction to the approximate
extent I have suggested.” the gover
nor added. "I see no other alternative
than to pass a conservative bond is
sue. bearing foun and one-half per
cent, interest."
Mr. Trinkle outlined three plans by
which work of the state highway de
partment could be financed. The first
one set forth in his message would
provide for a one cent per gallon tax
on motor fuel to be paid into a sink
ing fund to be compounded semi-an
nuallv and to be devoted to paying off
a bond issue of $19,000,000 and re
tiring the bonds within thirty years
in ix installments. He thought,
however, that it would be possible to
limit the issue to $15,000,000 and the
entire amount retired within a period
of twenty yea'^s.
JEALOUS WMJIN KILLED
comm. IS BELIEF
(By Tw< AsuorlfttrU (-.fn.)
3L W 1 ORK. Feb. 28.—A police
theory that Frederick Schneider,
wealthy Bronx contractor, found dead
at the wheel of his automobile Mon
day, was shot by a jealous woman be
cause of his plan to effect a recon
ciliation with his wife, from /whom he
had been estranged, was mentioned
today.
Edward Rath, a cloflte friend of tho
dead man, told the infesflgntors that
he had advised Schneider to “change
his mode of living,", become recon
ciled to his wife and take up the so
cial position his fast-growing wealth
entitled him to.
Schneider, he thought, had taken
ihe advice seriously and was seeking
a reconciliation.
England Seeking Foreign Trade
(By The .t*oHnlfi| I’m*,)
LONDON. Feb. 28—Seeking frado
for England, the liner “Orontea” will
. start soon a world trip of 40.000
I miles. V ■
She will le re-named "British
Trade.” Four decks will be tfans-
I formed intb show rooms, where stalls
I and booths will exhibit to possible
! buyers all kinds of British manufac
turers, from motor- cars to engineer
ing tools.
- - - • ■>
C. W. Tucker & Son
ROOFERS
Spouting, Sheet Metal anti Slate Work.
Stove and Furnace Repairing.
PHONE 52-J.
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! COMPANY “M" QUINT
:!’ DOWNS RIVALS OF,
: CO. “ft” OF FREDERICK
r
p
Continuing the good work shown
t in the last several games, the bas
- ketball team of Company "M." An
r napolis unit of the First Regiment.
Maryland National Guard, easily de
r feated the five of Company "A.” of
. Frederick, in a regimental chalfipiou
; ship game in the State armor)- here
t last night. 50 to 22.
i The local soldiers were in fine
. form, displaying first class team work
- at times, aniL each player got into
i tlie scoring. w*ith one or more goals.
. Anderson. Ackcnback and Meyett. did
i the bulk of the scoring. Kreh play
, ed a star game for the Frederick out
* fit. The Western Marylanders Wore
* completely outplayed in the first half
I which resulted in a count of 24 to
G against them. Staging a rally in
the second half, they made a more
creditable showing. Lineup and sum
mary:
’ Co. “M” (50) Pcs. Co. "A" (22)
Ackcnback.. Forward Kreh
Meyett Forward Hartman
Anderson. Centre Musntnte
. Mustet man- Guard Kelke
. .. .Guard Elkins
1 Substitutions: Company "M"
Xaughton for Weidman; Company
"A"—Musamte for Hartman. Craig
■ for Musa'mtc, Kennedy for Kelke.
Field goals—Anderson (9). Aeken
* brick (6), (JO, Musterman
(5), Elkins (2*.
When Yen Catch Cold
Rub on Musterole
. Musterole is easy to apply and it gets
, in its good work right away. Often it
prevents a cold from turning into "itti”
< !T'.K n . e u m i >n,a ' Just a PP*y Musterole
with the fingers. It does all the good
work of grandmother’s mustard plaster
without the blister.
Musterole is a clean white ointment
made of oil of mustard and other home
* simples. It is recommended by mam
doctors and nurses. Try Musterole for
t *° re throat, cold dr. the chest, rheuma
tism. lumbago, pleurisy, stiff-neck, bron
; c “! t,s ’ asthma, neuralgia, cdhgestion,
pkins and aches of the back and joints,
sprains, sore muscles, bruises, chilblain*
frosted feet-colds of all sorts. Seldom
fails to deliver results. 35c and 65c.
jars and tubes; hospital siae, S3;00.
Better than a pj ast ,,
— ■" mm i ■■ ■ '■■■■■■ 1 —■ ■ • m i ■ . ■
What Is Life
cyjl Without a Liver?
htrttrfhe
/Tif[ f Weekly Health Talk X... 12.
By J. M JoueH. %
'
I j-r-j rr. A \
HEALTHFOLLOWS 1
CHIROPRACTIC CORRECTS
PRESSURE OK SPINAL
NERVES IN DISEASES OF
THE FOLLQWINGORGANS
HEAD
C_
*
HEART
I
I,j ‘ uypft
I % V H\ stomach
PAfICREAS
V OOWLLS ;
'aPPEnoix j
\>3LADDER
Ipinal LI.MBS • j
THE LOWER NERVE; |
UNDER THE MAGNIFY*
ING GLASS IS PJNCHC9 1
8Y A MISALI6NEO JOINT. | .
Daiirurn mcdvk rsaiuir
riwi.nt.u ntKvt> lAnm/i
men i rne<r <niropra<n< amt it seems to ]|t TRANSMIT HEALTHFUL
me almost miraculous that I should be [ lyßinete /-winnnn nr i
completely restored to health ami once j ; IHrULatS. CiHKOrH At" ]
more enjoying life a* only a well person t TIC ADJUSTING ft£*
Mrs. Theo. Barnes. Chiropractic j unuce rue aarreie
Jiesenrb Bureau, Sworii Statement Jfo. L MOVt5 TnE PRESSURE. I !
1: r, * s - ' THE UPPER NERVE IS j i
, FREEAS NATURE INTENDS. J
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9
Consultation Without Charge
DR. J. M. JONES
Telephone Chiropractor Lady
780 t Attendant
Hayes Building, 15 School Street
ANNAPOLIS, MD.
Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday—Hours: 2:30 to 4:30 P. M.
Palmer Graduate Licensed by Slate of Maryland
Hartman. Musamte. Foul goals—An
derson (2 out of 3). Kelke <2 out of
41: Kennedy for Kelke. Referee ,
Holliday, of Vagabonds. Time of
halves—2o minutes.
BASEBALL HOMIEST TO
BE EBELTED IS WASHINGTON
(By Tlio AMwialnl Preas.)
WASHINGTON. D. C., Feb. 28
The Senate today adopted a joint
resolution granting permission for
erection in Washington of a momt
■ ■
DAT OR NIGHT
TAXI SERVICE
TELEPHONE IHM>
EUGENE WELLBORN
S# FKANKI.IN STKF.ET
A non no lti. II a. f t
1 You Are Invited To . . I
i The First Display |
I Of MiHinery |
For Spring
|4 On Thursday. Friday and Saturday we will rj
K hold an informal opening ot our Spring Mil- u •
i linerv Season, Kvcn if you do not intend to select 0
i a new ( hapeaux now you should view this dis- 9
play of Millinery while it is so broad and
so complete.
< —(irfy Siilon, Sri'imil Fluor. H
j _ -V
ment to the national sport of base
ball. The monument will be donated
fby the majoN. leagues and will be ap
proved by the Academy of Fine Arts.
tHjr*ADVERTISING IN THE CAPI
TAL RRINGS RESri.TS. •
The Original Food-Drink for All Age*
QuickLuncht Home OfficetfcFountaina.
Rich M ilk. Mai ted Grain Extract in Pow
der fitTabletforms. Nouriahing-Nocookiag.
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