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— COMPREHENSIVE LOCAL AND OMNMEAL NEWS.
A . ANNAPOLIS. MD., .THURSDAY. M.WH 1. !. PRICK TWO CENTS.
IfGHIPPLERS
HE EASY HI
B INDIANANS
From Hoosier State Gained
• rc Bout By Decision, While
Indies Scored Two Falls,
■v rCt Decisions And One On
forfeit.
kdlayson. LACROSSE
COACH. HERE ON JOB
A'.i'l'iiiy wrestlers won an!
ipnir.l <a-y victory over the rep-•
eutives of I'niversity of Indiana
iUni I'lKtagcmi nt yesterday aft- i
I,:. i.ißiiiK all hut one of seven
i gnd sfi ti r iiy, i point-score of j
f Mol.iie- Rained falls in two j
i thru by decisions, and one j
irfeii in v-liicb the Indiana man'
ltd a sprained ankle. The sin-
Tjctorv of the visitors was that
C Held, wlio was awarded the ,
ttou over Moris for uggressive
jtilr bellow •> Start Good Bout ,
* rmit between the little fellows,!
i Navy, and I’arr, Indiana, gavel
i ndiculion of developing into 1
id one. They went at each other
mJ furious, but Parr was com
i to quit after a sprained ankle.
rUk<‘. in the 125-pound event, i
t fill over Uatcliff. in ttie fast j
ol in seconds. The other Navy
to gain a fall was Ericsson, who j
ik Held. iu s minutes, 35 see
.after some hard work. He used ,
•lf-nelst ii and scissors. The;
•weight event between Herlihy. I
irrbil middy, and Fisher went!
limit of time, 10 minutes, the!
san netting the award for more
min* work
mar) Of limits
'Pounds Won by Rhea. Navy,
Uiinllmiril On Fni* 8.)
IN'S TUTOR 10 S
■ AT RICHMOND U.
’ the fourth consecutive sea
c! Sydney S Handy, of the
'>’( English at St. John's Col-j
tus lei'ii invited to give lec
-5u nluc.ition and English at the *
(r *itv of Richmond. Richmond,
toting the coining summer. Prof.
If has .ici t ided and will be ac-
Hkiet to the Capital City of the
Billion h\ hi„ family who will |
Lhc summer there. The sum-!
*i° n at the I’niversity will
wined;aielv after commence
twlt ceremonies at St. John’s
middle of June.
display of Spring Millinery
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
MARCH Ist and 2nd
I lie Holidayoke Company
172 MAIN STREET
Steady Growth
OF
...THE.... j
Annapolis Banking
& 1 rust Co.
1 CIRCLE & MAIN ]
\N\' \POLIS, Ml):
Jot a/ Resources:
513,496 j
108.886
li.Vi.M!
„ 1.036.861
' 1,331.94$
! 1.556,569
'** 1.709.887
• 2,001,299
1
Says He Was Robbed
Of $68,000 While
On N. Y. Sleeper
Thf AnaoHalrd Prnit.)
WASHINGTON, I), f , March *l.
’ —Louis Fichanzler of New York,
reported to police today that he
had been robbed of $68,000 while
sleeping on a train from New
York between midnight and 7 a.
I m. He said the money was taken
from beneath his pillow.
Eicbanzler could give little aid
to the police in their search for
the thieves. The car was a
tnrough one of the Seaboard Air
Line from New York to the South
and was filled with through pas
sengers.
STATE GAME WARDEN
: BLAMES COUNTY LAWS
FOR SHORTAGE OF FISH
Maryland's Hsh laws are deplorab
ly inadequate, due to local legislation
prevailing throughout the 23 coun
j ties and a consequent conflict of these
laws, State Game Warden K. Lee Le
Compte informed a meeting of the
j Naturalists’ Field Club of Johns Hop
kins University yesterday.
“One of the greatest detriments to
j our fish industry is the polluition of
streams,” continued the speaker. “In
many forms this menace has killed
all lish life and has often proved fa
tal to water fowl. Wherever there is
a factory, a sawmill or a coal mine
along the hanks of a stream you are
very apt to find polluted water. In
the vicinity or wood alcohol plants
‘ y°u are sure to find this condition.”
Mr. Le Compto said the Game Di
vision for three years had Teen im
porting Mexican hob white quail, hut
the Fordney-McCumber tarilT act.
; which places a duty of 50 cents on
! every game bird brought into the i
country, practically makes the con
tinuation of such Importation prohi
bitive* The birds arq beneficial to
! farmers t ecause of the tremendous
: amount of harmful insects annually
: destroyed by them.
1 ‘
OVER $2,000 IN FISHING
NETS PREY TO FLAMES;
Fishing nets valued at more than
$2 000 were destroyed in a blaze that |
visited the shack of Bert Hartge on j
the Eastport shore of Back Creek be-1
tween 11 and 12 o’clock Tuesday |
night.' The fire is said to have been i
of undetermined origin.

Meeting Of Maccabees
The V*’. B. A. of Maccabees will
meet tomorrow at 8 o’clock at Odd
Follows’ Hall. All members having
looks out on the drawing for coal
are requested to turn them in as the
drawing will be held.
A
Bank for
all of the
People
all of the time.
V S
Controlled
# By jj
Home Capital
and
Home People.
w. Mike con
j VICTIM OF APOPLEXY
*
N. Y. Congressman, Noted As
Orator, Dies Suddenly In
Washington
(Bv Th* AtMirlilnl l’rr.l
WASHINGTON, D. C.. March I.
Representative W. Bourke Cockran,
Democrat. New York, died suddenly
today.
His death, which occurred at 7;10
o clock, came as an immediate result
j of a stroke of apoplexy, it was su’d
at his home. Mr. Cockran. who cele
brated his 69th birthday yesterday,
became ill about 1 o’clock this morn
ing. He was on the floor of the
House last night and made a spirited
speech in opposition to the Farm
Credits measure.
A native of Ireland, educated in
France and the United States, and
active for many years in the legal
profession and in politics, Mr. Cock-’
ran was one of the picturesque fig
ures in national politics.
An Orator Of “The Old School”
He was an orator of the old school,
endowed with a remarkable voice and
endowed with a delivery and diction
that long ago won hint a place among
the most eloquent orators of the
country.
In recent years )i£ has devoted
much attention to the fight for Irish
freedom.
An unrelenting foe of the prohibi
tion amendment and the Volstead act.
Mi. Cockran never lost an opportu
nity to denounce what he termed
their “invasion of personal liberty.”
JUNIOR O. U. A. M. TO
JOIN BASEBALL LEAGUE
Severn Council. Junior Order
l nited American Mechanics, proposes
to Join the Twilight Baseball League
for the coming season. To this end.
notices have been sent to members to
attend a meeting tonight at their
meeting hall when officers for the
team will be elected. Success attend
ed the initial series of games played
by the League last season, and it is
planned to carry on the coming sum
mer's campaign on a broader scale.
MOVIES FORMEMBtRS
OF C. OF C. TONIGHT
An exhibition of motion pictures
I will feature the regular meeting of
! Annapolis Chamber of Commerce, to
be held tonight in Odd Fellows’ Hall,
West street, beginning at 8 o’clock.
Several matters of business import
ance will come up for consideration
in course of the meeting, most im
portant of which will be the report of
the committee upon the proposed new
trading stamp proposition, designed i
as a means of stimulating local busi- j
: ness and further a campaign of “buy- J
ing at home.” The matter has been j
j under consideration for several i
weeks, and it is expected definite
J steps will Ije taken following the re
j port of the committee.
! A Bachelor
: wants two unfurnished rooms and
i private bath, with heat and light.
Permanent if suited. State location
and terms. Address “Bachelor,”,
Capital Office. f2B-tf.
ft
4 Per Cent. Interest Paid
On Savings Accounts
2 Per Cent. Interest
On Checking Accounts
— IT
Safe Deposit Boxes
For Rent! ! */)
I . f
Business Firms and Individual
Accounts Cordially Invited.
All business entrusted to us will
receive prompt and accurate
attention.
CORRESPONDENCE *
SOLICITED
—~~B
NOTICE!
The offices of the Evening Capital are now located in
the Capital-Gazette Building on Church Circle, opposite the
Post Office. The printing press, linotypes, etc., will be trans
ferred from the former location as soon as practicable. All
business with the office, and news matter, however, will be
conducted from the new location.
Also, just as soon as practicable extensive improvements
will be made in the Capital-Gazette Building, so as to accom
modate every need of the new consolidation and to afford
a convenient and attractive place for all persons having busi
ness with the offices.
The American Railway Express Company today estab
lished its Annapolis offices in the Evening Capital’s former
location on West street.
By concentrating the allied enterprises of the Evening
Capital, the Maryland Gazette and the book and job printing
departments in one building, the management is carry
ing out a plan contemplated for some time, the move being
clearly in the interest of efficiency of service, as well as of
economy of operations.
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GETS CONTRACT FQD
WODLWDRTH STORES
Bean Brothers Will Erect Two
Buildings On Main Street
At Bid Of $36,150
Formal announcement of the award
of contract for the erection of two
store properties for the F. M. Wool
worth Comj auy, of New York, where
by Annapolis will become a link in
the chain of 5 and 10 cent stores
operated by that company through
out the country, was made at the
weekly luncheon of the Rotary Club
today. The successful bidder was the
firm of Bean Brothers, local contrac-i
tors and the contract price is
$36,150.
Will Utiilil Two Slores
The announcement was made by D.
W. Owens, a representative of the
Wool worth interests who was a guest
of honor of the Rotarians at the
luncheon. The stores which will be
erected on the site of the old Chesa
peake House hotel. Main street, will
be constructed of Deer Island gran
ito, with terracotta trimmings, and
will J>e two stories in height. One
of the stores will le used, it is un
derstood. for storage purposes, while
the other will Le the sales headquar
ters.
To Be Completed By June 22
Speaking of the contract award to
day. Harry Bean, of the Bean Broth
ers firm, stated he expected to begin
work on the buildings as early as
practicable The contract calls for
the completion of the structure by
June 22 of this year. The Wool worth
Interests purchased the Chesapeake
House property several months ago.
The building has since been razed
and the site now is almost entirely
cleared, so it Is not unlikely that ex-
I ca vat ions for the building eperations
| will get under way within a short
I time.
TO TEACifENGLBHAT
ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE
- -
Benjamin F. Michaelson, attorney,
of Annapolis, and a resident of Gales
ville, this county, lias been appointed
assistant instructor in english and
history in the faculty of St. John’s
College, to succeed John C*. Fell, re
cently resigned, having secured a
i position in the legal department of
the United States Shipping Board.
Prof. Michaelson is a St. John’s
alumnus, having graduated from the
institution in the class of 1912. He
i afterwards studied law .\nd completed
his course at Georgetown University i
Washington. A few months ago he
began the practice of law here and
has offices in the Hayes Building
School street. While a student at St.
John’s. Prof. Michaeison was major of
the Cadet battalion. Prof. S. S.
Handy is head of the english depart
ment of the college.
EASTPORT FIRE NOT
DUE TO BAD WIRINC
The origifl of the fire at Eastport j
early Sunday morning, when the two- J
story dwelling houses of Thomas!
Branzell and Leonard Hall were de
stroyed, and partly burned a bunga
low in course of erection for William
Johnson, all of Chesapeake avenue,
probably will remain a mystery. It
was reported at first that the blaze
was due probably to a defective elec
tric wire in the home of Mr. Branzell.
j Joseph W. Alton, who did the wiring
| of that house, states there could not
! have been trouble along that line, but
j that the blaze must have started from
j some other cause.
NEW EXPRESS CO.
MAKES BOW TODAY
Southeastern Comes Here—Will
Cover Territory 10,000 Miles
—Double-Day Service
The Southeastern Express Com
pany made its formal advent into the
commercial life of Annapolis today,
with headquarters at the Bladen
street station of the Washington, Bal
timore and Annapolis Electric Rail
ways, which line will be the means of
transportation of local business. The
opening of headquarters here marks
the consummation of plans that have
been under way for many months.
,S. R. Golibart, of Washington
special representative of the com
pany, who was in the city today in
connection with the establishment of
local business, was a guest of the lo
cal Rotary Club at luncheon at Carvel
Hall, and delivered a brief address in
which he outlined the operations of
the express company.
Covers 10,000 Miles Territory
Mr. Golibart explained that the
(Continued On Pace 8.)
NOTED LECTURER TO
GIVE COURSE AT T
Dr. C. Alphonso Smith, head of the
Department of English at the Naval
Academy, will give a scries of lec
tures on “The Influence of the Bible
on Modern Literature,” at the Y. W.
C. A. These lectures will begin on
Monday, March 5, at 8 p. m., and will
be held each Monday in March in the
“Y” reading rooms.
Dr. Smith’s lectures are always of
great interest to the community and
loth men and women are cordially in
vited to attend. All who are inter
ested are urged to register their
names at the “Y” at once, as the lec
tures will he free and the attendance
usually very large.
PARTIAL ECLIPSE OF
MOON TOMORROW
.
A partial eclipse of the moon is
scheduled to begin at 9.28 p. m. to
morrow. according to United States
Naval Observatory announcement.
The eclipse will attain its maximum
at 10:32 o’clock and the moon will be
out of shadow at 11.36 p. m.
MONTHLY MEETING OF
GERMANTOWN PATRONS
The Patrons’ Club of the German
town school will hold its regular
I monthly meeting in the school,
Thursday, March 1. at 3 p. m. New
members will be welcomed.
From 2:30 to 3 Mr. Phipps’ classes
will give liistorv and writing lessons.
EASTPORT [ADILEAD
SI. JOHN’S ON DIAMOND
—————
Members of the “letter men” of St.
! John's College baseball squad of last
season, at a recent meeting elected
E. H. Engelke. of Eastport as Cap
tain of the nine for the coming sea
son.
Engelke has held down the “hot
corner” for the last three years, had
shown great improvement both in
fielding and batting, with each suc
ceeding season. As a matter of fact
he was the most reliable, as well as
the hardest hitter of the team last
Spring. “Ink” as he is known among
his comrades of the Cadet battalion,
should make a capable leader.
SALVATION ARMY SHS
DATE FOR RAISING
QUOTA OF SI EOO
A meeting of the local advisory
board of the Salvation Army was held
yesterday afternoon at the residence
of Prof. W. O. Stevens, the local presi
dent.
. The meeting was held for the pur
pose of discussing ways and means of
putting on the local appeal for Hotm
Service Funds to help with the relief
work and upkeep of the various Sal
ration Army institutions, which have
done so much in relieving the man:
distressful conditions that have been
brought before them.
The board members are very en
thusiastic and are all of the opinion
that Annapolis and the surrounding
towns will support the Salvation
Army generously. The date of the
campaign has been Ret for the week
of March 19 to 26. The quota is $l,-
500. Further details of the various
. committees will be arranged at the
next meeting of the board.
WEDDING FOP EVERY j
DAY FOR FEBRUARY I
I
An average of one wedding for
every day during the month was the
record established by little Dan Cupid
during February. This is shown by
the marriage license records in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of the county. Exactly 28 li
censes were taken out, and another
unusual condition was that they were
equally apportioned among the white
and colored races. The total licenset
for the month was six greater com
pared to the corresponding period in
1922, when there were 22.
SIX ENLISTED MEN MEET
DEATH IN EXPLOSION ON
I. S. DESTROYEK HULREItI
(By Tin* Aa*'-late<l Freaa.)
MANILA, March. I.—Six enlisted
men on the United States destroyer
Hulbert, of the Asiatic fleet, were
burned to death in an explosion iu
the boiler room caused by a flare
back of oil. No others were injured
3,000 Laborers Strike
t (By Tha AaaorlatM Preaa.l
CLEVELAND, 0., March I.—More
than three thousand laborers, employ
ed on practicaly every big construc
tion job here, went on strike today
when efforts to reach agreement on a l
1923 wage scale failed. Officials ot j
the union demanded cents, an !
hour. TV* cents more than the con- i
tractors offer.
FARM CREDITS BILL IS
PASSED BY THE HOUSE j
WASHINGTON, D. C.. March 1- j
ißy Tha Awuh-Ihlml Frna.l
The Farm Credits bill proposing to J
establish two new banking systems
one government and the other pri
vate. to meet the financial needs o'
the agricultural industry, was passed
today by the House. It now goes to
conference.
Public Library Meeting
The monthly meeting of the Public !
IJbrary Association will be held to
morrow afternoon at 6 o’clock, in
stead of 7:30, which is the usual time
, LADIES!
1 All ladies interested in the wcl
fare of the Independent Fire Co
| No. ?. please he- present at a
meeting to be held at Porter
Hall Tuesday, March (, at *
o’clock.
i J. M. TAYLOR,
mfi President.
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£ Severn Ave. and Fourth St. <
o EASTPORT. MD. %
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MILLINER Y |
OPENING
| MARCH 2nd and 3rd |
t Open all day until 9 p. m. ?
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OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO6OOOOOc
! NOTICE!
t Effective March Ist. 1923. and thereafter, AMERICAN
i RAILWAY EXPRESS CO. will be located at 19 WEST
a STREET, formerly Evening Capital Building. All Express
' Business of this Company will be conducted at the Above
s Address.
AMERICAN RAILWAY
' EXPRESS CO., INC.
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I THE WEATHER: I
* Generally fair tonight j
and Friday. Not much
change in temperature.
iFJIIR SEX FLOCK
TO MILLINERY
PARLORS TODAY
~ •
Holidayoke Company, Quality
Shop And Musterman Parlors
Holding Spring Openings—
Window Displays Of Season's
Most Attractive Models.
SPORT FROCKS AND
EVENING COSTUMES
!:i spite of the recent cold wave
• hat sent Anhapolitans shivering Into
heavy overcoats and furs. Spring ha*
at last arrived -at least the feminine
or ion of the population is convinced
that it has—for have they not all
1 era viewing the exquisite garments
end gay colored hats on exhibition
; today in some of the city's most up-
Ito-cate shops.
At The Qua lit) Shop
'I he Quality Shop, a store dealing
exclusive models for women, ntiss
• ind children, is holding its Spring
< pelting and is displaying a fascinat
ing variety of suits, coats, capes and
dresses.
One of its show windows was de
voted entirely to an eye-arresting as
sortment of ladies' costumes and the
other contained a complete line of
children's clothes, including cunning
panty dresses, hand-made sacques,
silk poplin creepers and chaming
wash dresses for little folks.
Clusters of brightly colored flow
ers were employed In the decoration
of the two windows, while within the
shop, palms and Terns were used with
great effect.
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(Continued On Peg* S.)
CADETS AND G. W. FIVES
Will CLASH TONIGHT
I’.asketball teams of St. John's
Cadets and students of George Wash
ington University, Washington, are
all set for their meeting in the gym
nasium at St. John's tonight. Hos
i tilities will get under way at 8:30
j o'clock, and it is expected the battle
J will be warmly contested. St. John’s,
plating in good form, defeated the
Washingtonians on the latter's floor
after a hard fight, which wgs due
I largely to the fart that they ot Into
an early lrad which their opponents
I were unable to overcome.
That the Hatchetites will have a
str jng team on the floor tonight is In
die '.ted by the fact that they held
Cat holic University to a score of 22 to
18 in Washington last night. The
Catholic are one of four teams that
accomulished the defeat of the mid
shipmen this season. The game will
be the last of the season for St. John's
on the home court.
MILK!
WOODLYN FARM DAIRY
Pure Jersey Milk
From Tuberrulin Tested (fows.
KOlt SALE AT JEWELL'S
I'UIDK STORK
jo. ElliOtT. JK., I'rop. PHONE WOS-F-'Jt
FOR SALE!
—o—
Will sell a good business location
on West street. Excellent oppor
tunity for live man. BOX 100,
CAPITAL OFFICE.
GUIENOT’S
Restaurant and Lunch Room
NOW OPEN
COLLEGE AVE. ft BLADEN ST.
- -*
'FLEICHER’S'YARNS"
FOR SALE
Including the Latest Shades In the
Wonderglow.
131 \VEST*"STREET.
PHONE 883- J. m 3

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