ELKS WIN BOWLING
MUTCH FROM STRANGE
Alt WHITE ROLLERS
The second of the srrieß of con
ti'KtH of the Am: ipolig liowlinr
League, wan rolled h t night. Rep
rc -entntives of the lodge of Klks *
and, the firm of Strung* and White
•were the contending teams, and the
contest resulted in a victory for the
lodge then If a margin of f>l pins.
The team scores were: Elks, 1,337;
Strange ant! White, 1.283. The Klka
took two out of the three games
High iml’vidual score for the three I
games went to Frank Baker of the *
Elks, with a total of 284. Tucker, yf
the Klks, was second ‘high, with 292. t
and Clarence White of Strange aiW j
White wan third, with 287. Tonigiit ]
the team of the local Post of the j
American Legion will oppose St. Mar
garet s; tomorrow night Company M !
" linn et the* Elks; and Friday night
Grange and White will meet the I.e- '
gionltes. There will it* no contest
Saturday night, nor on that night at ■
a: y time during the series. j
Following are the scores of to*t 1
TOM MIX JANE NOVAK
“Arabia” “The Snowshoe
Also Harold Lloyd Comedy and trail
Ret lew Also a (Food Comedy and News.
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| <k You Can Do Better In Annapolis”
McCREADY & CO.
FRANCIS STREET AT MAIN
One of the Best Felt Mattresses in the World will be sold
for $5 less than its real worth-only 1 00 of them will be sold
S2O STEARNS & FOSTER
LAYER FELT MATTRESSES
-'j^a s If
\ Per Cent Pure!
I This is the regular S2O quality mattress; built of
y/5: sheets of felt, one on top of the other, giving it greater
\5sJ elasticity and preventing it from becoming lumpy and
so £%y' The rnattress cannot lose its shape because of
its projected edges, and the covering is of fine quality
1 You have never experienced the true meaning of
a healthful, peaceful and comfortable sleep unless
Jrjh you are sleeping on one of these famous Stearns and
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I Don’t miss this opportunity of saving $5 on the purchase of a guar
anteed perfect and s*vt**v mattress. Remember, not
nrc 'ai * T I ibe snlcl ai. this price.
* McCREADY & CO.
Francis St., at Main Phone 27. Annapolis, Md.
Strange & White Total
*T. Strange.. 78 02 81 251
T't’n. Strange 70 71 S 3 233
C White SI 01 115 257
J Mat term a u 7S 94 9S 270
W. Muste'm'n 73 80 89 242
totals. .381 428 466 1283
Tucker 104 87 103 292
tirade 79 78 9S 255
Levy 80 81 79 2.30
Baker 83 77 124 284
Taylor 87 84 85 256
Total. .433 415 459 1337
To clean pewter. Brittania ware, *
and Cerjuan silver, use only the very
fine scourers such as whiting, rouge,
or fine rottenstone mixed with "oil. as
these metals are very soft and easily
I® f BROOKS & CO. 1
riIAH. NELSON UHOOKS
Kiliin.tri Cheerfully FurnUhvd.
Color M'hon.i for furniture pointing*
t phol.terlng end I,old Line Work.
J lH DEAN NT. I'll ON R 344- W.
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THK EVENING CAPITAL, ANNAPOLTS. MARYLAND, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2S. U‘~"
- * .0 *! I 5 .’IAS MIES* TO 813
UUMJRED BY XOMfIEYI
(lt> Thr AmixUO'l l*rr.)
WASHINGTON, D. C., Feb. 28
Authority for the erection in Wash
ngton’of a monument to the memor
*f the "faithful colored mammies ol
the South" was given in a Mil passed
oday by the Semite. It was intro
luced by Senator Williams, Derno-
First Golfer —I d rather play poll
han eat. Sacond Golfe* What doei
our wife thjnk of that? First Golfer
She's satisfied; * she'd rather plaj
i rldge than cook.—Washington Stai
Star : Theatre
CH.tMiE OF ril'Tl RES DAILY
4 GOOD A
m Pictures ■ T"
Fathe Kwl t
A Detertive FW-ture!
THI RBDAY, FRIDAY, HATI'KDAY !
! _ . __
| Opening c
J Dresses, Coats
I jy j \ “ Forecast Of Spring Fashions M
j % \ EVEN BEFORE the chirp of the birds and the appeal.i:i
/ J / 1 \ of the first Spring flower the advent of Spring is he; ai
r / , f *'
JOSEPH LIPMAN JJJ£ QUALITY SHOP BARNEY BERMAN
“THE SHOP OF QUALITY”
174 MAIN SfREET
fcIRCLE PLAYHOUSE now, playTn<
I • Wednesday and Thurfday J
. THE BEAUTY PICTURE
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EA Romance Based on the Famous Stage Play from Bertha M. Clay’s
Widely Read Novel, With Kenneth Harlan, Estelle Taylor, Ar- i >i u. r 1 "
thur Hull, Edith Roberts, Carl Stockdale, Evelyn Selbie. 10-25-30
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