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ELKS ROLL IH 600 D
FORM, DEFEUT P. 0.
Frank Baker Spills Ducks Right
And Left For Highest
Score
The third *round of the series of
contests In the Annapolis Bowling
League was inaugurated last night,
the team of the Elks' lodge winning
two out of three games from the ag
gregation of the Postoffice, lv 4S
.pins. The team scores wore: Kilo*,
1,450; Post office, 1,408.
The contest, t,y the way, was mark
ed ly some of the steadiest roll: ns
that has teen witnessed thus far
Frank Baker, of the Elks, was In
especially good trim, and splllod 330
pins for high individual score for the
contest. Miller of the mail men, and
Tucker of the Elks, each registered
303, second high score.
Alleys Undergoing Itepnirs
No game will be rolled tonight. th<
schedule being temporarily interrupt
cd localise of repairs to the pair oi
alleys which are being made today
i he contests will be resumed tomor
row night. Tho summary of las
night's roiloing follows:
PcMtoflfco Total
Clements. . .110 73 91 274
Bussell 108 95 96 299
Keppler. ... 83 81 91 255
Hinton 83 89 105 277
Miller 90 98 115 303
T0ta1.... 474 436 498 1408
Elks Total
Tucker 93 99 111 303
Taylor 88 10G 87 2Bl
Bowman. ... 87 100 75 262
Baker 109 111 110 330
Levy 108 83 89 2BO
Total 485 499 472 1456
Standing Of Teams
Team W. L. Pet.
Elks 7 2 .777
Postofflee 6 8 .666
American Legion . 3 3 .500
St. Margaret's. ... 3 3 .500
Strange & White.. 2 4 .333
Company “M” 0 6 .000
ARE YOU NERVOUS?
.Mayle There Is a Cause For It Thu
You Can Correct
Many who suffer from nacknche an
weak kidneys are unnaturally irrit
ai le, fretful and nervous. Not on!
doeH constant haekuche "got on th
nerves." but bad kidneys fail to elim'
rate all the uric acid from the sys
tarn, and uric acid irritates the
nerves, keeping one "on edge,” and
causing rheumatic, neuralgic paint-
When suffering so. try Doan’s Kidne>
I ills, the medicine so well-recom
mended ty Annapolis people. Head
thin Annapolis resident’s statement:
Mrs. D. Myers, 4 Madison St., says:
"Some time ago my kidneys got out
of order and I suffered a great dei
v 'ltl> pains through my lack an.
limhs. I had no energy or ambitloi
and l ecame so run down I could hard
ly keep going. Dinar, nervous head
relies made me miserable. The ac
tion of my kidneys was never regu
lar. A friend recommended Doan's
Kidney Pills and 1 used them, gettinr
niy supply from the West End Phar
many. Three or four loxes cured nn
sound and well. My kidneys haven
troul led me since."
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don’
simply ask for a kidney remedy ge
•Doan's Kidney Pills.—the same that
Mrs. Myers had. Fostor-Milburn Co.
r.lfra., Buffalo. X. Y.—(Adv.)
COO INCITING! HI HR PEOPLE
TO REBELLION, IS CLAIMED
(By The Press.)
PARIS, Mar. 7.—Chancellor Cuno in
his speech before the Reichstag yes
terday showed that the German gov
ernment is making vain efforts to stir
up public opinion and to incite the
inhabitants of the Ruhr Valley to re
l el Mon.
Py the very charges he made con
cerning alleged French atrocities he
showed that his policies had not mei
with success, it was added.
GOV. HARDWICK TO AID IN
PROSECUTING WAR FRAUDS
(By The Aanm-ialrd Press.)
ATLANTA, GA.. Mar. 7 Gov
Thomas W. Hardwick announced here
today that he would accept an ap
iointment as special United States
Attorney-General at the expiration
of his term as Governor of Georgia
in June. The Governor said that the
position as special assistant to the
Attorney-General was in the war
.transaction section of the Department
of Justice for the investigation and
prosecution of war time frauds.
Hall's Catarrh Medicine
Those who are in a "run down"
condition will notice that Catarr! .
lothers them much more than when |
they are in good health. This i„c!
proves that while Catarrh is a local
disease. )t is greatly influenced by
constitutional conditions.
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE
consists of an Ointment which Cuick
ly Relieves by local application, and
tho Internal Medicine, a Tonic, which
assists in improving the General i
Health.
Enid by druggists for over 40 Years
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
I BHK CLOSES IIS iiii I
Ml MM SHORTAGE
is founom nunsi
!*%r th# a*MM-ltcd f-rmaa.)
SPRINGFIELD, OHIO. Mar. 7.
Work of checking up the books of!
tbe Springfield National Bank pro-;
ceetled today after the Lank had
closed Its doors last night following
the discovery of an apparent short
age or $600,000 in the Lilerty Bond
accounts of the institution.
A. H. Penfield. cashier, who had
charge of the .Liberty Bonds account,
according to directors, was said to
be recovering from an attempted sui
cide yesterday. No charge has heen
placed against Penfield iy either
Lauk officials or the bank examiners
The institution is now iu the hands
of the comptroller of the currency.
Bank officials said they had no knowl
edge as to what had been done with
the missing loads.
indications were, according to the
officials, that depositors wfil not lose
heavily Lecause of the apparent short
age.
MILIEWLLEFIM
BUREAU LOCAL OPPOSES
DAYLIGHT-SAVING PUN
A very Interesting meeting of th
Millcrsville Farm Bureau Club was
ield on Wednesday, February 28, at
he home of Mr. and Mrs. M. Mel
vin Stewart. O. Z. Remsberg, of the
organization department of the Mary
and Farm Bureau Federation, was
present and made a very interesting
iddress, speaking especially of th<
splendid work the Farm Bureau ha<
been doing in Minnesota, where h<
was employed for several years a?
County Agent. Mr. Remsberg Is
vorking now in Caroline and Balti
nore counties, having recently com
ileted the drives in Harford and Cal
fert, where more than 1,000 memlert
signed up.
It was unanimously decided to gc
on record as opposing the “Daylight
Saving" plan and to send a resolu
tion to that effect to the County Farn
Bureau; also to write to other local
clubs in order to ascertain their views
>n the subject.
Airs. Georgiana Linthicum, Home
Demonstration Agent, made an in
eresting address at the meeting. Sht
vas urged by the women to get a
poultry specialist to speak at the next
regular meeting of the club and was
also requested to start a class in
basketry as soon as feasible. Mr.
Stewart, chairman of the Millersvßle
local, asked the club to elect a new
chairman, since his duties as Execu
tive Secretary of the State Federation
would require most of his time and
he would be unable to givo to the
■Bub the attention necessary to func
tion as it should. Harry C. Wigley
was elected chairman and John Gertr
rice-chairman.
A'r. Norris, County Agent, was ask
ed to address the meeting tut owing
<> a previous engagement for a meet
big held elsewhere he was unatle u
do uo.
SLEET STORM
V/RECKS MANY
’PHONE LINES
'Continued From f >* *
shrubbery heavily sheathed by Ice, and
with the sun shining it was a brilliant
•.pivtaele to gaze on. Many of the
telephone wires in the city snapped
under the heavy burden of the ice
coating.
Blizzard Grips New Fnulund
lllv The Akvogiatrri
BOSTON, Mar. 7. —New England to
day was in the grip of one of the
worst snowstorms of the winter. Nine
inches fell in Boston.
Six Inches Snow In X. Y.
(Br The Aoriatrd Press.)
NEW YORK. Mar. 7.—New York
was today digging itself out from un
der six inches of snow sprinkled upon
the city in a 24-hour March blizzard
that struck the city late yesterday.
Atlanta Recovering From Storm
tlly The Associated Press.)
ATLANTA, GA., Afar. 7.—Telephone "
and telegraph communication in At
lanta and from this city to nearby
points was reported nearly normal
today with the repair of scores of
wire breaks caused ty the recent
storm. Considerable property was
damaged at points over the state.
■ ™ ■■ %
croupv "]
Cough
Strikes terror in
the mother’s heart.
, PvJcfc relief |
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Xi* J rouzr*
HONEY
£ TAR
, a yjaw : : 1 ■ nn
Established 1575
Ingredients
j Largest j
TTiE EVOKING CAPITAL. ANNAPOLIS. MARYLAND, WEDNESDAY. MARCH 7, 10*23.
r ROf ERTY TRANSFERS !
IN CITY AND COUNTY
RECORDED IN COURI
From W. Meade Holladay to John >
CJ. Flood and wife, lot of ground on !
Franklin street, Murray Hill, in this;
rity;
From Philip Morgan and wife and
vthers to Jennie Roterts, 4 lots of i
ground at Whitneys Landing, Third
district.
Philip Morgan and wifo and •
others to Ralph -MacMurray and wifi |
lot of ground at Whitney's Landing
in the Third district.
From Charles F. Lee and others,
executors, to Lillian Crandall, lot of
ground on Taylor street, in the Sec
ond district.
From Philip Aiorgan and w-ifo and
others to John Lipin, 3 lots of grouu 3
at Glen Burnie, in the Fifth district.
From Margaret Newell to Katherine -
Newell, 2 los of ground at Laurel i
Heights in the Fourth district, con
taining in the aggregate 3 3-4 acres, j
From Margaret Newell to Julia
Safi ran, 2 lots of ground at Laurel
Heights, in the Fourth district, con-
Lalning 16 acres.
From Alargaret Newell to John
Newell, 8 lots of ground at Laurel
Heights, in the Fourth district, con
taining in the aggregate 11 acres.
From Margaret Newell to James E.
Newell. 4 lots of ground at Laurel
Heights in the Fourth district, con
taining 40 acres of land.
From Emma L. Thomas and hus
band to John Roctkenwald and wife,
tract of land in this county.
From The Patuxent Land Company j
to Charles M. Lancaster, 2 lots of
ground in the Fourth district.
From Robert O. Wilkinson and wife
to The Great Roosevelt Building and
Loan Association, 2 lots of ground at
Brooklyn Park, Fifth district,
From John Al. Lowman and wife
to Eleanore G. Girauit, 2 lots of
ground at Brooklyn Park, in the Fifth
listrict.
From Eleanor G. Girauit to John
Vi. Lowman and wife, 2 lots of ground
in the Fourth district.
From John K. Culver and J|o
Domenico Marino and wifo. 3 lolsof
ground at Brooklyn Park, Fifth dis
trict.
From P. Edward Newton to Cecelia I
L. Etter, 2 lots of ground at Man- j
hattan Beach, Second district.
From John W. Holloway and wife
to Mary Doerfiein, 2 lots of ground
in this county.
Uprihing Nipped In Bud
•Hr th Aakorutrd I’ren .|
BERLIN, Mar. 7.—A coup d’etat
plan to occur alout the middle of
the present month has been nipped
in tho bud by the arrest of fifteen
persons at Munich, according to au
thorities.
HOW IS YOUR
CHILD’S EYESIGHT
Perhaps she does not stand as
high in class as she should.
This is often due to a little eye
trouble. Bring her in and let
us test her eyes. She may need
only reading glasses. It’s bet
ter to wear glasses part of the
time now than all the time la
ter on.
Henry H. Sadler
OPTOMETRIST ft OPTICIAN
2U5 Main St. Annapolis, Md.
Automobile Washing I
Day Or Night I 1
Prices Reasonable I
Colonial Motor Company
240 WEST STREET
American History 111
DAY BY DAY
By T. P. Gmi
MARCH 7
Roman Emperor Con- <
stantine, founder of Constan
tinople, issued the first civil
law for the observance of Sun
day on March 7, 321 .
Henry IV of the Holy Ro
man Empire, excommunicated
by the Pofpe a second time on
March 7, 1080.
Providence. R. 1., founded
on March 7, 1638.
Bonaparte stormed Jaffa on
March 7, 1799.
Secret organization of
“White Caps” and "Black
Caps" began to warn idlers
and wife-beaters in Canada on
March 7, 1889.
Amundson made announce
ment of his discovery of the
South Pole (Dec. 11, 1911), on
March 7, 1912.
~
BALTIMORE CLOTHING
| *EH ON STRIKE
(By The Associated Press.)
BALTIMORE. AID., Mar. 7. De
manding tho elimination of sweat
shop conditions, a 44-hour week and
the union scale of wages, several
thousand members of the Amalgamat
ed Clothing Workers of America,
working in the smaller shops here
went on strike today.
The real issue, according to the le
! cal manager $1 the clothing workers
union, is the sweat shop. Condition:
in the big shops are good, he said
but in the smaller shops they art
very bad with unsanitary work rooms
poor light and other unpleasant fea
tures. t
Ci?”ADVERTISING IN THE I!AP
T(1 RIMVCS It) Vt'l TH.
t
C. W. Tucker & Son
ROOFERS
Spouting, Shoot Motal mid Kluto Work.
Stove and Purnuee Repairing.
PHONE 52-J.
N- /
in.... - i ■ _
Suits Made To Order!
NAVAL TAILORS
1 ?
(LEA MX C AM) PRESSIXG
LadiV Work a Specialty.
Hotel Maryland Tailors
ANNAPOLIS, MD. M 0
SAMIftL W. BROOKS & CO.l
CHAS. NELSON BROOKS
FAULTING DECORATING !
i . PAPER HANGING
1 KrtimiUM Cheerfully Purnlshe*
I —ss—
! Color schemes fur fu"iltur painting*
| I'phnl storing and Goid Lino Work.
| DICAN ST. PHONE 344-W
* " r ~ |
Save Your Coal Pile!
DRAFTY WINDOWS AND DOORS
REDUCE TH$ COAL PILE!
Why not save 23 [tor cent. in your coal
bill by installing
All-Metal Weather
Strip 1
THE FIRST COST IS THE LAST! 1
All-Mots] Weather Strip will last
as long r.n your building.
Let u* demonstrate to you how to
save money by making your doors and
windows draft-proof, rust-proof and
water-proof.
F. J. FLOOD
47 DEAN ST.. ANNAPOLIS, MD.
riIONE 378-M.
SCREEN WORK OF ALL KINDS. j
LETTER SLOTS FURNISHED
AND INSTALLED
ALL-STEEL PORTABLE GARAGES
Trices Cheerfully Given.
WEEKLY PfiHEDR -
lESIiYMENTKRY COURI i,
Proceedings of the County Orphans’ j
Court at the regular weekly meeting
yesterday were as follows:
Application of Cina E. Harrington. ‘
for administration on the estate of “
John L. Harrington, filed and ap
proved; letters granted, notice to
creditors issued .grid L. Dorsey Gas
saway and Harry J. HoptSds were
appointed appraisers of the estate.
Inventory of the personal estate of,
Janies M. Simms, and also inventory
of the real estate, filed, aud passed
Application of A. Theodore Brady,
for letters of administration, c.t.a. on j
the estate of Elizabeth McSlaughter,
filed and approved.
Statement of assets of the personal j
estate of Margaret Fyfe filed and
passed.
Application of Arthur J. Gray for
guardianship of Lawrence M. Wade,
fllyd and approved; bond of guard
ian filed and approved.
Order for sale of the personal prop
ortv of John F. Mead, filed and
passed.
Petition for authority to the ad
ministratrix to have granite monu
ment and markers erected at tin
graves of Ann C. Ryan aud husband
filed and approved.
Petition and order of court in the
estate of Ann C. Rys*n in the mat
ter of inventory of the persona! es
tate, filed and iieariiig set for Tyes
day, March 12.
Bond of A. T. Brady as administra- ;
tor of the estate of Elizale* h Mc-
Slaughter, filed and approved;' letters
granted and not cj uj creditors is-j
sued. Statement of assets of per
sonal estate of same, filed.
Advertise in (lie Evening Capital.
KEEP LOOKING YOUNG
It’s Easy—lf You Know Dr.
Edwards* Olive Tablets
The secret of keeping young is to feel
young —to do this you must watch your
liver and bowels —there’s no need of
having a sallow complexion—dark rings
under your eyes—pimples—a bilious
took in your face—dull eyes with no
sparkle. Your doctor will tell you ninety
f.er cent of all sickness comes from
inactive bowels a~d liver.
Dr. Edwards, a well-known physician
in Ohio, perfected a vegetable com
pound mixed with cliye cil to act on the
liver and bowels, which he gave to his
patients for years.
Dr. Edwards’ Olive Tablets, the sub
stitute for calomel, are gentle in their
action yet always effective. They bring
about that natural buoyancy which all
should enjoy by toning up the liver and
clearing the system of impurities.
Dr.Kdwards’OliveTablets are known
by their olive color. 1: c and 30c.
I!; Garden Theatre I:
Matinee at Bn. in. Belly f
TODAY AM) TOMORROW |
I NATHAN HIRSH |
PRK.HKNTN
‘‘The Master Of
*-!! Beasts”
Also Comedy ttiid News. 11
Hlhj
Star : Theatre
CHANCE OK I’ICTCKSfI DAILY
TODAY
4- Pictures-4
RUTH ROLAND
“Timber Queen”
Path* \f*s Keel. Pathr Tuo-lteei
Comedy m! I.lttle Mnry Oxliorne
in “T!d In Twlll-ht.”
i Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Big-Time Vodavil
Show
5- Acts-5
biwial Added Attraction:
Thursday- Friday
LOUIS WEBER PRESENTS
Picture Supreme!
“THE BLOT”
SATURDAY
“Euffalo Bill”
Century Comedy.
CIRCLE PLAYHOUSE a> Y .';
r “THE MARRIAGE CHANCE
i J
' "“‘tE to the sf.a is.-" I>■ 1 >■
r. S. NOW HAS 10MM FEW ER
JOBHOLDERS THAN DURING WAR*
(By The Aea—ialed Preee.l
WASHINGTON. D. C\, Mar. 7—j
During the two years of the Harding
administration ending March 4 almost j
100.000 employees have been separ
ated from the government service ae- j
cording to a tabulation made at the
| New Porch and D
| Dresses—Special!v Priced
jj It is difficult to conceive how it wav p<
2 much style into'thesc smart Porch and 1\:
2 fact, to call them -Frock •” would bo ; vii:
2 standing in the style world.
| $1.95 $2.95
2 There tire four mode!*. Fash- l’ifloeii in.
* toned of Urge aud small die kid made dri".
5 gtiigluiui*. corded Zephyr (ting- motif* npp
S ham and colored* Chambra.v hand *tli In:
8 One model ha* plain Chambray fed*. Du
-2 collar with two-tone braid trim- email and l.i
j! „ miiig. Another of chc.'Kvd glng colored i". ,
( bam ha* folds of white row l and ltlti.
! forming a vest, organdy collar white linen
r aud eulT*. •
i $4.95 17^5
j! ” Sl\ timle!"
J Ten models. French Uingl'.'in In large ■ln
J In large cheeks with while Or- Mountain II
S gaudy long pointed collar aud navy lon.
K cuffs, button hole stitched edge and whip-
J and double row of *mall pearl sontadie In n! .
3 buttons form a vest. Other tnd panel* ni
3 model* of auiiill solid color Other attr.-. i
cheek* with a white repp vestee ously trimii.e.;
§ and piping.
4
A Word About Wages
/
This Company’s largest item of expenditure
Ss for wages; it constitutes about two-thirdi of
the total expense of the business. Our aim is
to pay our employees a wage that will keep
them loyal to their task and zealous in their
efforts to furnish service that will satisfy our
patrons.
In a system such as ours where the service
is largely a personal service, an attempt to keep
to the lowest possible point the wages paid the
employees who furnish this service may be false
economy, because to give good service there
tnust be high morale, loyalty and enthusiasm.
j During the period following the World War,
it was this Company’s policy to advance wages
only to such levels as we expected to be able to
maintain. This policy has been amply justified
by the results. We have now a more permanent
force working more efficiently than ever before,
which has resulted in substantial economies for
the benefit of our patrons.
In 1918, the Company had one employee
for every 38 telephones; now we have one em
ployee for every 46 telephones. While there
has been a 23% increase in the number of tele
phones, there has been a slight decrease in the
number of employees. Thus, with a smaller
number of employees than in 1918, we are fur
nishing service to a greatly increased number
of patrons.
This increase in the efficiency of our em
ployees has also resulted in a greatly improved
service to the public, and our records show that
at no time in the history of the Company ha
the service we are furnishing been better than
at present
The Chesapeake and Potomac
Telephone Company
of Baltimore City
ft jTv.
\ jsj
direction of pr . .
made pul lie to.Lv
v!.§H
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