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MO I KITY
Monthly.)
;<•* young
: <>ur too old;,
i and sobered
youth left un
i ...liner's time,
.■ in your bole,
5 ~1.1 rood prime
.;ir oriole.
. i my span,
r, leave your
■ haves: “One
(t t
" , aiter youth's
j„ >lntf
, ; i.ol it.-IIIS Will gO
i • ir Maria Jeritza,
. , . , opi ra singer of
, 1 ; ■ i a ('onipany of
mil -mg iii a concert
\• Tuesday night.
g, . . i ahois a patient
. ii ■ • ! lit aI. where she
ip,;, I ,n V, i ilm sdny, is r*>-
IPix- doing wll.
hr '*•*
ii, !v mils Stokes, Jr .
~ ~■'■■■ rin iaw of sylvanu*
place ot
5 i . liosseSSlOll O
~ M.I-SHI tiusettl
u . n ,| will enter
• • i twenty foui
notour- - Mens
r
, “■■ ts - d,nee at
n \ utfotrs' Mess
. U- at '• o'eloch
i - I !>• preceded
i and *tipjMM
I Nr
k i hiHolin w il
tiiiiinrriiw t<
t Mi Mi and Mrs
itwl Miss Eliza
i -two tables o'
• :.> 'll hel I
• i, . inn ,1 Morton
r \i,s. Sue Vunford
' - Miss Mary Kan
r • Mm i; i curttn ani
Its
llksrp
K • t'owgill, who has
’• ■ • 'ii ( otuinander and
*•' v roim. has returned to
it in Kaston.
k' 1’ M!e> tie, rector of All
■ I'a\idsouville, was
1 • ” ti’a' Mercy Hospital.
•tf yesterday.
Ij
: ■ ■ t'.i'orgc \V rolliffter
> Mary V Oliver, of South
: i li ■ ' lasi night at the
the Ucv. James L
"as the officiating
s " Mi .nd Mrs. Hollister
' l ’ • oi nnnent reserva
l'\; rnncmal Station.
r ■ Mr John Hallignn arc
i will return ‘.omor-i
•din.r
Mctun
•'> !c. of Murray Hill
■ ' end in W’ushing
nd Wellington.
n i't Vi
I liur< h
' ' r. w organist and
>' Vnnc's Church.
11 tb urge A Webster's
'''Serday afternoon's
is Mr Cox has
>m the Washing
he was assistant i
■ t at he was one of
•ie Church of the
x t\- I
on. where Adolph i
' 1 eanisi in chief and !
- _ < •
•rhes-
Kitj
' Hughes, of 208
> root. entertained at
; >'iJge on Wednesday
- “t re won bv Mrs.
Mahlon Tisdale and
j*' s At v in. This is the
’ ■•••“•> Mrs. Hughes has
44 k >j
a graduate of the
I ; 1 I ‘ass of 1910, now in
s ;; ’T at Carvel Hall!
It" tn
** I hit
M heeler, who is a
1,1 Annapolis, has re-
Kj , tiu i n Baltimore after
‘ii Boston and New
rr
A Mint At ,
Reception
Mrs. R. E. Coontz and Mrs John A.
Lejeune preaided at the tea table yes-
I terday afternoon in Washington at
the afternoon reception given by Mrs.
. Edwin Denby, wife of the Secretary of
the Navy.
To Entertain
At Supper Party
Lieut.-Commander and Mrs. Albert
M. Penn, have sent out invitations for
a buffet supper on Wednesday, March
7, before the next officers' bop.
j Visiting in
Newport
T. Kent Green left last night for
Newport, R. 1., to visit his brother-in
law and sister, Commander and Mrs
John Bowers, and hta nephews, Jack.
T. Kent and Richard Harwood
Bowers.
Banring ( iass
Tomorrow
The dancing class being conducted
by Miss Mather, of Baltimore, will be
held tomorrow afternoon at 3 o’clock
in the gymnasium of Bt. John's Col
lege.
Mrs. Walton Hopkins is confined to
her home by an attack of grip.
Week-End Visitor
At Wardour
Miss Catherine Turner, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs George J Turner, of
Wardour. will have Miss Louise
Lucas, of Washington, as her week
*nd guest. Miss Lucas will arrive In
Mme to attend the Seniors' dance at
St John’s College tonight.
l uncheon Party
Postponed
Mrs. R M Teel, of Scverna Park
has postponed the luncheon she was
to have given today In honor of Miss
Frances Woods on account of Miss
Wood's illness.
Uneet Of
Mrs. Mill
Mr 'and Mrs Parkes A. Gallaber. of
Washington, will be guests of Mrs
Betty Dent Hill tomorrow for dinner
and the evening performance of the
Midshipmen Masqueraders.
George Burlingame, formerly of
Annapolis, has come from Washing
ton to spend the week-end with his
not her at her residence, 3 Martin
street.
The Misses Feldnieyer, of Prince
Teorge street, will have Miss Brittle,
if Virginia, with them for the week
end.
To Live In
Knoxville
Mrs. W. W. Meek left yesterday for
Knoxville, Tenn., to join her father
W. Woodruff, whose other daughter.
Mrs. Edward T. Sanford, will shortly
go to Washington to make her home,
her husband having recently been iy>-
pointed a Justice of the Supreme
Court.
ISTHIS 1 rnifi!
r,
Many Annapolis People Afflicted
With Annoying Kidney Ills
Are you bothered with too frequent
iction of the kidneys? Are the secre
tions highly colored—do they contain
sediment—bum and scald in voiding"
These are all signs of kidney sickness
and should not be neglected. Anna
polis people recommend Doan's Kid
ney Pills. If your back aches and
your kidneys are weak you will find
no better recommended ; remedy. Aak
your neighbor! - *
G. W. Letournau, ex-U. S. deputy
marshall, 89 Prince George St., Anna
polis, says: "I was taken suddenly
with kidney trouble. My kidneys be
came congested and stopped acting
entirely. I became rigid with pain. I
was helpless and had to be taken to
the hospital for nine days. I suffered
everything a person could and live
When the kidfley secretions passed,
they were like hot metal. I didn't
get much relief at the hospital and I
came back borne. A friend advised
me to use Doan's Kidney Piys. They
, Just suited my trouble and flushed
imy kidneys. I used Doan’s until my
kidneys acted naturally.”
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy—get
Doan's Kidney Pills — the same that
Mr. Letournau had. Foster-Milburn
Co.. Mfrs.t Buffalo, N. Y.—(Adv.)
Coffee Jelly
One-half box gtelatine or 2 table
spoons granulate 1 gelatine; 2 cups
strong coffee; one-half cup cold wa
ter; one-half cup cocoanut, one-half
cup cugar.
Soak gelatine twenty minutes in
cold water, dissolve in boiling water,
strain. And add to sugar and (toffee
and cocoanut. Turn into mould, and
chill. Serve with sugar and cream.
n —'rr in—— 1 ....
-HIK KV’KNTN'G CAPITA!.. XWAPOI.Ix MA i. FRIDAY. MARCH 2. was
VAIX LITTLE CRICKET.
ONE night a little Cricket was
singing loudly when a Toad
which had been dozing by the
fnink of a tree said: -Oh, do t>e
f quiet! I never heard such a noise as
you and yonr family make.”
**Very true.” replied the little crea
ture, “for our family are, of course,
the best singer* 1* the world. We
can make a great noise, as you have
•aid.’*
"But that doea got make you the
' beat singers In the world,** replied the
Toad. “Did you never hear the birds
Binging in the trees, silly creature?”
"Why should I listen to the birds
when I can sing better than they do?”
xvea/tesA a
/il.l
WJ&
V/ J
asked the Cricket. “Just listen now.
Our family are tuning up and I am
sure birds could not sing louder.**
“If you would take the trouble to
listen some 'time when the birds are
singing In the daytime I am sure you
would not be so vala.” aald the Toad.
“Ah, ther* you ar*!“ exclaimed th#
Cricket. “In the daytime you say;
why do the birds not alng at night, I
ask you. my friend? I will tell yoo;
because they dare not compare voices
with aay family; that is why. We can
avtslng them and they do not wish to
let everyone know that the Crickets
have the bast voices.”
T 1 : i
INCOME TAX FACTS
1 : 4
(Follow lug Is the ainetoenth of a
•erlas of articles pertaining to In
can* (ax returns far the year
IW*. As prepared by the Bnreau
ef Internal Revenue.)
XIX.
W*hile the word “depreciation” is
not used in the revenue act of 1921, it
provides that in computing net in
come there shall be allowed “a reas
onable allowance for the exhaustion,
wear and tear of property used in the
trade or business, including u reason
able allowance for obsolescence.”
The deduction is confined to ’property
actually used in trade or business.
In general it applies to capital assets,
the cost of which cannot be deducted
as an expense.
For example, a lawyer or physician
is not permitted to write off as a cur
rent expense the cost of his profes
sional library, but may deduct an al
lowance for its depreciation.
- Deductions are not allowed for de
preciatioti of a taxpayer's home, v thp
CHECK THAT CQU) AS YOU
5 BREITHEIKOK|II“FLr EERMS
Vapor-Eze Curas Cold and Grip Troubles Quickly.
You Breathe Its Medicated Vapors As
* You Walk, Work Or Sleep
* .or i, Mstui
You don’t have to suffer with cold
nnd , grip, which lead to influenza.
Rub Vapor-Eze op yopr aching chest
and threat and in yofll' nostrils—then,
easily, unconsciously breathe away
your cold troubles. Vapor-Eze posi
tively kills those deadly “flu” and
grip germs. It is a harmless, heal
ing, soothing germicide. After ap
plying you breathe its healing vapors ■
n
MspVAPOR-EZ F
ypoß all cold troubles
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CATHEDRAL AND WEST STS.
FOR SATURDAY ONLY
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PHONE 494-J.
Saturday 98c. Special! Ij
J*4 Pk. SWEET POTATOES. \ •
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\ H dos. LEMONS. /
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1 bunch CELERY. UIC/l
vOC / iJfOC
• 11 CABBAGE. - 4
\ H dot. TOMATOES /
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“If you would come eat In the dap
time and sing.” mid the Toad, **l am
i sure you would have 9o agree with me
I that the birds can sing loader and
more sweetly (ban yoor family, i
. think you are the ones who are afraid
, to hare a contest, not the birds."
“Not at all," said the Cricket, “but
why should we come out In the son
light when we much prefer the nlght
. time to be abroad? We know that our
• family sings bettar than any other In
the world. Let the birds. If they doubt
> this, came out at night and sing with
f us."
i “Ton are a silly and conceited little
creature” said the Toad, hopping
i away, for it was almost daylight by
’ this time.
“You awoke me from my morning
nap with your silty chirping,” said a
big Robin flying down from his horn*
In the branches of the tree.
“And so you think your family can
outsing mine, do you? Well, there will
be one less at any rate tonight to
help your family sing, friend Cricket,
and I believe my children would en
joy you for breakfast."
“Too see, Mr. Toad, It is just as I
told you,” chirped the vain Cricket, as
the Robin flew up in the tree with him
in his bill, “the birds are jealous of
our voices, for this fellow is taking
me to hla children that thsy may
haWe their voice Maproved by eaiog
one of the finest stngaca In the world.**
Ttie Robin thought this so funny
be had to laugh, and when he opened
bis mouth down fell the Cricket to tba
ground and quickly hopped away.
1 But he gave one last chirp as ha !
wont. “The very best singers In the j
world, the very best,” he said, as ha :
crawled out of sight.
“Well," said the Toad, who bad
Mapped to see what happened, “I sup
pose If lie thinks so it really doea Mfl
matter what others thick.**
(OwrtiM.)
furnishings therein, his personal ef
fects. nor automobiles used chiefly for
pleasure or convenience. Deprecla
; tion does not apply to inventories or
stock in trade, nor to the value of
land, whether improved or unim
proved.
Depreciation may be claimed on all
business property, wbicb includes not
only buildings, but machinery of a
permanent character, automobiles,
farm tractors, mines and mill equip
ment, furniture and books.
The value to be cared for by de
preciation is the cost of the property.
However, in the case of property ac
quired prior to March I. 15)13, the de
duction shall be computed upon its
fair market price or value as of that
date. ,
THE STRAIGHT WAT
By Lizette Woodworth Reese
“Straight is the road of Song,
And they that be the last are oft the
first;
Fret not for fame; the years are kind
though long;
j You, in the teasing throng,
May take all time with one shrewd
J lyric burst.”
for eight continuous hours without
pain or inconvenience. Its medicat
ed vapors penetrate the innermost
breathing organs which liquids can
not reach. Mother, use It on baby’s
little chest. Will not stain finest fab
rics. At yonr druggist. 25c a jar, on
a money-back guarantee. The gen
uine has the name Sterling's Vapor-
Eze on every box.
| r
,mmm " "" I " ~g
Young Women's
Christian Association
“I um come Unit they might have
life and that they might have
It more abundantly.”
1
Budget Campaign
The C. A, will hold their an
nual Budget Campaign from March 19 i
to -3. it has always been the cuetom
of the "Y** to hold this campaign the
week before Holy Week, which places!
it this year on the week beginning l
March 19th. One of the national
workers is now at the “Y~ to assist in
the plans for making this year's bud-1
get Tery aucceaaful. The Finance.
Committee met yesterday (March 1)
to make the final plans for all the
team workers and the different cap
tains. The workers in this campaign
for this year are most enthusiastic
and good results are expected for the j
“Y" from the campaign.
Current Events Lecture
Prof. Howard McCormick gave a
lecture on Tuesday evening, February
27. on the “Near East Situation." The
topic for this Tuesday’s lecture will
be the “Farm Credit Bill.” The lec
tures are held each Tuesday evening
in the reading rooms of the “Y” at 8
o’clock, and have proved to be of
great interest to many people. As
this is near the end of this course of
lectures, a fee of 35 cents is charged
for admittance, and both men and wo
men are urged to attend.
Bible Lectures
Dr. C. Alphonso Smith, head of the
English Department at the Naval
w. A. SMITH
6 WEST STREET
1 SPECIAL for SATURDAY ONLY |
W Deliver to ell Part* of the City FREE
POLITE SERVICE
PHONE 333
MsPECTAL
1 large Jar FRUIT JAM.
1 pound GINGER SNAPS.
1 can STRING BEANS.
1 can BEANS.
1 can CORN.
1 can PEAS.
2 lb. bag FLOUR.
% peck POTATOES.
FREE!—I Basket With Each Order l—FßEE!
* W. A. SMITH. Prop.
~
New
Sub-Division
Opened Up!
• • i —' 11 ' .
Part of the Estate of Thomas McGuckian on the south
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 are
conveniences such as city water, electric and gas service
and fire protection—County Taxes only. There are
RESTRICTIONS such as you would like to have in a loca
cation where you would like to OWN A HOME of
your own.
AS TO TERMS, we can suit your requirements.
Further information will be cheerfully furnished at the
real estate offices of
CHARLES F. LEE, I * CHARLES F. LEE,
W. G. GOTT, Lee Building, Church Circle.
Executors. Telephone 603.
— ■■
Academy, will give a series 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 Or. Smith’s lec
tures are always of great interest to
the community, and both men and
women are cordially invited to attend.
All who are interested are urged to
register at once at the “Y.” as the lec
tures will be free and the attendance
I is usually very large.
Big Girl Resene Pageant
| The Girl Reserve Clubs of Aunapo- f
Its and Anne Arundel county will give
a big pageant on the afternoon of
; March 17 In the armory on Bladen
street. The pageants given by
1 the combined Girl Reserve Clubs
are always ol great interest to the
people of the town and county as they
B bow the wonderful work that these j
girls are doing. Be sure to come and
see the many things that these clubs :
have been doing during the winter!
months.
Basketry ( lass
The different basketry classes that
Miss Burch has been conducting for
adults during the winter months will
hold an exhibit of their work in the
windows of the Globe Furniture Com
pany some time very soon. Watch for (
this display as there will be many
beautiful baskets and trays among the
collection.
Headaches From Blight Colds
Laxative BROMO QUININE Tablets
relieve the Headache by curing the
* Cold. A tonic laxative and germ de
stroyer. The box bears the signature
of E. W. Grove. (Be sure you get ,
nwoMO l 30c—.f Ad* I
REP. I PSIUW WOULD INCREASE
SALARIES OF CONGRESS MEN
AND C. S. SENATORS TO fItMMO
(Bjr The Attm-liltd PrMt.)
WASHINGTON. D. C., Mar 2 De
claring that some of the strongest
men in the House had confessed to
him that they would have to borrow
money to take their families home af
ter March 4. Representative Upshaw.
Democrat, of Georgia, introduced a
resolution today to increase the
salaries of senators and representa
tives to SIO,OOO a year.
ADVERTISE IN THE EVENING
CAPITAL IT PAYS!
111 j
THE
BETTER WAV
TO HEALTH
HEALTH TALK No 13
I Lucky is the man who can say
“I don't even know that I have a
stomach.” In him that orgun Is*
working so perfectly that he isn't j
even aware of It* existence.
Pain and distress of any sort
J are merely Natures way of warn
i ing you that something is wrong j
You may disregard those warnings
' for n time; or you may deaden i
; them with drugs; hut nature is'
nc respecter of persons, and in t
the end you will pay the penalty. .
Far better to heed the first sig- i
j naln of danger, find <ut the,
| I CAUSE of your trouble, and have 1
| that cause adjusted The cause is
in the spine, an obstruction of i
: *he How of vital current over the ’
nerves, an obstruction brought j
about by the pressure of hard bony
substance against delicate nerve
substance.
Let us examine your spine and
tell you why you are having those ,
| distressing symptoms Nature's j
warnings. Consultation und spin-;
al analysis free—our way of con
j vincing you that Chiropractic Is
| Truly the better way to health.
TELEPHONE 780
Dr. J M. Jones
Chiropractor
Hays Bldg., 15 School St.
ANNAPOLIS. MD.
Hours each Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday: 2:30 to 4:80 P. M
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