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ANNAPOLIS. HD.
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14. 192:1.
FUKIEN ALTRUISM
A curious public w ill supply as
best it can through conjecture an
answer to the question, “Why
<1 id Henry Ford discharge some
$1,000,000 indebtedness of the
Lincoln Motor Company which
lie was neither legally nor mor
ally bound to pay?” From what
is described as an authoritative
source it is learned Mr. Ford was
prompted by “a desire to ‘play
square’ with those 'who have
helped to make the automobile
industry what it is.”’ The De
troit manufacturer had purchased
at receivers’ sale conducted by
order of court everything sale
able of the defunct Lincoln Com
pany. He paid $8,000,000, which
was inadequate by abour four
millions to pay all the claims
proved against the Lincoln.
I As a ca j# of sentimental altru
ism we may conclude that it w ill
not become contagious. There
arc substantial reasons why Mr.
Ford’s example will not be cop
ied by many others. Yet it is not
unlikely that his highly honor
able action w ill exert an influence
in future sales of failed busi
nesses. The financial strength of
Mr. Ford enables him to doi
things impossible for most busi-i
ness men. Yet the practical bent j
of his mind is not the least con-'
spicuous of his attributes. It is
not discreditable to him that he
invests where he thinks he will
get a return for his money. If
he can see this extra $4,000,000 j
paid to Lincoln creditors coming
back in due course, the fact
doesn’t detract from the nobility
of his deed.
If Mr. Ford can see a profit in j
the Lincoln augmented it has
been by his voluntary discharge
of the company’s remaining debts
after legal settlement has been
made, there must be value in the
Lincoln property, far beyond
what was commonly recognized
in the automobile industry. As a 1
gift it is noteworthy even in this ’
period of huge benefices; as pay-i
ment founded on a conception
that the money was justly due it i
is unparalleled. At any rate, it
helps to explain why the Henry I
I‘ord accumulations never excite
the envy of the “man in the
street.”
EITHER EX FORCE OK REPEAL
It appears now that for a vear
and a half the l tab anti-public
smoking law was unenforced aft
er its enactment. Probably many
were not aware that smoking iii!
public was forbidden by statute, i
Then the Mormon Church took
cognizance of the law and it hap
pens that what that organization]
desires done in Utah is quite like-j
ly to he carried out. Stiddenh
the law began to be enforced.
Now an insistent demand has
gone out for non-interference j
with smoking in public. It is I
urged that the law be permitted!
to become a dead letter. That is I
not the proper course to pursue.!
If the law is without the support]
of the people it should be repeal-!
lo enforce it is one means)
of impressing the desirability of j
repeal. Enforcement of an un-'
satisfactory and freakish law is!
likely bv example to prevent the*
enactment of other laws of the!
same character.
—— —■——m
"Do you thiuk the girl is
really so bad as she's painted?” "You
should have asked me *ls the modern
girl really go bad ag ghe pafntg her
gelfr ” —New Orleans States.
Thomas £. Strange
TESTIMONIAL
In the daith of Thomas, E Strange
the city of \nnapolis s*f * the nam
ing of one of her best riilicns. Boro
and reared In our midst, ho was in
every sense one of her anna. one
whose metfcory will 1 e kept green for
many .veers.
His business life was alove re
proach. and his home life ideal. Home
: to him was not just four walls and
■ z roof, to protect hiru from the
:o rwe. but rather, it was a place
where he spent tbe happiest hours of
his busiest days. In quiet converse
with his family.
He was a faithful husband; a de
voted father; a pleasing acquaintance,
and a true and dependable friend.
His going out, fn the heyday of life.
. removes from our midst one whose
, gentleness was his mark of distinc
tion In the deepest, truest and old
fashioned sense, he was a gentleman.
Mis quiet life, unostentatious man
! ner, and splendid character, were in
deed a wholesome influence, and more
j especially so. In this ago, when the
average citizen is reluctant to live
according to "the old. worn-out. Pur
itanic opinions of right and wrong."
Tills community will miss "Tom"
Strange.
His was a good, sweet life. He
loved his fellow-man; and if every
one for whom he lias done a good
deed, or to whom he has spoken a
. kindly word, should place a blossom
on his grave, lie would sleep tonight
beneath a wilderness of flowers,
Tormented, not alone for days, nor
even weeks or months, hut for years,
by an insidious illness which only a
superman could hide, no one wonders
i that reason should Anally be de
throned; and Qod. who moves in a
mysterious way, can understand, and
will make straight the path.
BILLMIRES SHOWING
OF SPRING COSTUMES
(Continued From Fag# 1.)
. circular cape adorned with huge wod]
tassels. A desirable feature of this
cape, is that it can easily be worn
with other gowns and will prove a
useful wrap at all times.
A second smart cape is of white
wool homespun with collar and cuff.-
of white caracul. A knitted sport cape
in bright green proves also decidedly
piquant. •
Among the suits is an unusual de
sign with box coat of black moire
and white georgette skirt, embroid
ered in black. The smart effect thus
achieved must be seen to be realized
in full.
Street Models Distinctive
In street dresses, many distinctive
models are on display, including a
gown of navy poiret twill and satin
with hand-made bead ornaments and
effective side drapesy, one of black
j crepe with bauds of printed silk and
a third of navy twill with unusual
I lines and simple black embroidery.
Of turquoise blue liand-paiuted
chiffon is one of the most exquisitely
feminine frocks ever created. Its
simple, youthful lines and dainty lace
edged flounces need only the addition
of its orchid satin girdle to render
it a vision of dreamlike loveliness
yet a final touch is added in the
hand-painted flower (matching the
design in the chiffon) upon the left
side of the girdle.
Another chiffon gown of more than
usual effectiveness is of flaino colored
chiffon with a simple hand-made gir
dle as its only trimming.
Pretty Flsli Net Design
Both unusual and pretty is a dress
of lish net. 1 ordered in .black satin
and decorated with wool embroidery
1 in the new colors.
Among the flat crepe dresses, ;
model in the ( new mustard shade
needs only bleated panels of self nia
j terial and black ribbons to complete
its charm, while a gray dress of the
same material is lavishly trimmed
with cut steel beads.
Evening gowns of exceptional beau
ty are fashioned of sequins, among
the most beautiful being a model ir
brown sequin over a foundation of
brown crepe, with side draperies ot
brown and gold crepe.
Another gorgeous sequin model is
of white sequin silk net with a rib
bon girdle of hand-made roses in the
pastel shades. The charm and dain
tiness of this gown are indescribable
1 Still another sequin model is of
Iblark. artistically draped over a foun
dation of black crepe.
Black chantilly lace, over silver and
j jet. is employed in the creation of
j one of the imported evening gowns
! upon display.
Latest Ideas From Abroad
The beautiful and rare materials
draped about the display rooms are
| representative of all the latest ideas
j from abroad, more than half of them
i being imported. Their vivid colors
and gorgeous texture are indeserib
| ably beautiful and the distinctive de
signs which are suggested for their
j transformation into gowns of unusual
j line and individual syle, rive one
j some idea of the extent of the serv
! ice which this fashion designer sup-
I plies to her appreciative customers.
In Us larger aspects forestry is not
. merely a land problem but an agricul
j tural problem, says Cdl. William B
' Greeley in the annual report of the
j Forest‘Service. United States Depart
ment of Agriculture. Not only should
lands best suited to forests be used
for forests but these forests should be
intensively managed, as farms are in
tensively managed.
TOS EVEN, TOG CATTY A?,. iwMi MARYLAND. WEDNESDAY,
IC.P.HER.FOn 1
COUNCILOR OF "VETS" j
BnjpETOOir
(B> Th- taMM-iatrd Fre*a.l
WASHINGTON, D. ,C.. Mar. 14
Charles F. Cramer, of San Francisco, j
who retired last month as general j
councilor of the Veterans' BureAu. ’
' while the affairs of the bureau were j
I under investigation, committed sui- I
' cide today by shooting.
His body was found in the bath-1
room of his home where he had lock
-1 ed himself after saying goodbye to j
Mrs. Cramer when she left on a mtd-1
■ night train fer New York. The police !
, found no message to explain hi? act, !
but his friends say that the nervous i
strain which had resuited from hi?
j connection with the bureau had un
dermined his health.
William Wolfe Smith, who suceecd
. ed Mr. Cramer as General Councilor
-of tbe Bureau, said today that his in
vestigation of affairs in the legal di
i vision had disclosed "nothing to Mr.
* Cramer’s discredit.'” Under orders of
* Mr. Hines. Mr. Smith has reviewed
- most of the projects and contracts
' upon which Mr. Cramer passed judg
’ *ncnt, Mr. Cramer was 45 years old.
. W. S. CAItTKK. FORMER R. IL
CHIEF. PRECARIOUSLY ILL
1
<ltv Th* A*wlatc<l I'rrM.l
' BALTIMORE, MI).. Mar. 14.- The
1 condition of William S. Carter, for
* in Or grand chief of tne Brotherhood of
Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen.
who is at the Church Home Hospital
* and Infirmary here, suffering from
* arterio sclerosis, was reported as uu
* .changed this morning. Late last
■ night his condition was described as
1 critical. Little or no hope is enter-
I tained for his recovery.
Mr. Carter entered the hospital
three weeks ago. lli.i llne3 took u
turn for the worse a few days ago.
Since his retirement from the prosi
lency of the Firemen’s Brotherhood.
; Mr. Carter has lived in Washington,
where he is managed of the research
department of that organization.
: SALVATION ARMY
SEEKS FUNDS TO
CONTINUE GOOD WORK
The beginning of the work of col
lection for the Salvation Army in An
napolis has shown that it lias warm
'riands here who appreciate the splen
iid character of its work among the
>oor. In addition to the workers who
ire collecting, the banks have placed
> 'ables where several ladies have kind
. !y volunteered to receive such con
tributions as have not been solicited
I ‘ ilsewhere. Contributions can also be
made to Rernard J. Wiegard, local
‘roasurer.
But in order that the good work
•shall not 1 e curtailed in Maryland for
he coming year, that those who are
lostitute and in despair need not be
urned away those in charge of the
ampaign urge that it will be neces
sary to give generously. Every dol
ar works. The methods of the Sal
tation Army are direct. If a square
neal or a pair of shoes, or a cot in
i hospital is needed to help some un
ortunate to his or her feet again,
he Salvation Army doesn't have to
•vait to call a meeting of a Board of
Directors before acting. It carries
relief to the point needed, at the
time it is needed most, and then fol
lows it up. Its system has three out
standing features: practical and di
rect methods, strict economy, and
spiritual uplift dominating it all. The
icrvice of the Army is therefore of
ncalculable value. It is incalculable
n terms of dollars, but it needs ap
preciation and support in terms of
lollars to continue. .
NEIGHBORLY ADVICE
'•'rcely Given By An Annapolis
Citizen
When one has suffered tortures
roni a bad back and found relief
rom the aches and pains, that per
son's advice is of untold value to
'Tiends and neighbors. The follow
ng neighborly advice comes from an
\nnapolis resident.
Mrs. John T. Sherlock, 30 Holland
3t., Annapolis, says:
“I had terrible pains across the
-'■mall of my back and often I couldn't
tend over or do my work at all. My
;eet swelled and my eyes became so
bad, I could hardly see. My kidneys
were irregular In action and I knew
they were causing the trouble. One
af the family who had used Doan’s
Kidney Pills recommended them to
:ne and I secured a supply at Green s
Drug Store, i only used two boxes
of Doan s and they helped me won
derfully. (Statement given August
12. 1916.)
On February 9. 1921. Mrs. Sher
lock said: "The first thing I think
of when,my kidneys trouble me is
Doan's Kidney Pills. They never fail
to help me.”
60c. at all dealers. Foster-Milburn
Co., Mfrs., Buffalo. X. Y—(Adv.)
HARDING LEAVES PIONEER
TO TAKE LUNCHEON AND
PLAY GOLF AT MIAMI
(By The Aaaoriated Preas.l
MIAMI. FLA.. Mar. 14.—Leaving the 1
vacation houseboat Pioneer to make
the best of her torturous course
among the sandbars of the lower In
dian River, President Harding today
boarded a speed boat and came to
Miami for'lunch and a game of golf.
!T0 BUILD NEW ROAD
i FROM IGLEHARrS STA.
| INTO SHERWOOD FOREST
1 Steps to provide a first-class road
i way leading from Iglehart’s Station (
| into Sherwood Forest, a well de- 1
veloped community, and where pro-'
I moters plan for the erection of many)
j more houses, were taken by the Board
I of County Commissioners at its regu-
I lar weekly meeting on Tuesday,
t Engineer Burwell was directed to pre
* pare plans and specifications for the
\ construction of a concrete and ma
! cademized highway and advertise for
; bids.
A number of residents of Round
Bay on the Severn have petitioned the
Commissioners for a concrete shoul
der to be placed at the entrance to
Round Bay on the Annapolis-Balti
more boulevard. Request is also
made that the roadway leading
through the community be placed in
good shape as early as possible. It is
stated in the petition that through
lack of attention, the highway is
rapidly going to pieces and will be
impassable by spring. The matter
was referred to Commissioner Duvall
Engineer Burwell for an investi
gation.
Engineer Burwell submitted his
monthly report‘of the proportionate
rate of road tax expenditures for
February as follows:
First district, .958 on the $100; Sec
ond, .788; Third, .544; Fourth, .553;
Fifth, .423; Seventh and Eighth, .GSI.
THIS IS THE MONTH
To unlimber.
To gather greens.
To plant sweet peas.
To re-seed the lawn.
To keep the plow going every day
that’s suitable.
To clean up around the yard ami
garden, and to make a lively bonfire.
To try out one or two new varieties
of vegetable in a small way.
To dampen the hay that is at the
bottom of the mo'v and is usually
dusty.
To clean off the strawberry vines
so that the sun may get to the plants.
To set several hens at the same
lime so that the chicks can be com
bined.
To apply the accumulated wood
ashes to the orchard. They supply
potash in available fprm.
To push the fall pigs for spring
market. Highest prices of the year
are usually in May and June.
To watch jlour seed potatoes if they
are in the collar, to keep them from
sprouting. Moving them around will
help prevent this.—Farm Life.
t OESS. jiiIEGEO
BOOTLEGGER. DIES OF.
. PISTOL SHOE WHO
(By The AaMortateU Pm**.)
FREDERICK, ML).. Mar. 14.
Charles W: Hess, 28, who was shot by
Clarence Andrews, on the latter’s
property near Emittsburg last Mon
day night, died last night at the city
hospital from the effects of his wound
Andrews is held rn jail here without
bail.
In a statement, which, he signed las*
night about two hours before death.
Hess said that he had gone to An
drews’ home to get some cider. When
a short distance from Andrews, Hess
sadi he informed him of his mission
“Cider. H ,” he says the latter
exclaimed and then fired.
Andrews was about ten feet from
adless when the shot was fired, accord
ing to statements of State’s Attorney
Anders and Sheriff Jones.
Hess was to have been tried yester
day in Circuit Court here on a boot
legging charge. Andrews was to have
appeared as a prosecuting witness.
Andrews said he received informa
tion that Hess was coining to. his
home to disable his automobile in or
der to prevent him from appearing
He then hid himself in a wagon shed
and, when Hess entered the barn,
fired. The shot entered Hess’ back
and pierced the cbdomen.
RED PEPi It-
STOPS BUCKICHE
The heat of red peppers takes the
“ouch” from a sore, lame back. Ii
can not hurt you, and it certainly ends
the torture at once.
When you are suffering so you car
hardly get around, just try Red Pep
per Rub. and you will have the quick
est relief known. Nothing has suet
concentrated, penetrating heat as red
peppers.
Just as soon as you apply Red Pep
per Rub you will feel the tingling
heat. In three minutes it warms the
sore spot through and through. Pain
and soreness are gone.
Ask any druggist for a jar of Rowle?
Rod Pepper Rub. Be sure to get the
genuine, with the name Rowles on
each package.—(Adv.)
' . '■= !lil r - r lSgg-
Wif 'SfjrUm Kp A1 E&AS ® ■
YALE-NAVY MET WILL
DECIDE INTERCOLLEGIATE
TANK HONOR OF YEAR
The Intercollegiate swimming title
will be practically settled here Sat
urday, when Yale and the Naval Acad
-1 em.v, the only unbeaten college teams,
| meet here.
For several reasons, the middies
are not at all sanguine as to the
outcome. They have made several
concessions to Yale as to the en
tries and the program. It has con
sented to eliminate first year men.
by which the services of Kule. one
of the fastest of the*- college long
distance men, are lost, as well as
those of Hollenbeck and Wveoff. also
useful competitors.
The program will consist of the
50, 100 and 40-yard swim, the 100
and 50-yard back stroke, the 200-yard
breast stroke, the 600 and 40-foot re
lay and the distance plunge. The
plunge is retained, though not a col
lege event this year, at the instance
of Yale, and the length of the re
lay is also as wished by the visitors.
The crack water polo team of the
New York Athletic Club will meet
the Midshipmen on the same after
noon. *
FATIIEK AMI NON Ql'AltltELj
FORMER IS SHOT HEAD
(By Tlie Associated Press.)
11LUEF1ELI), W. VA.. Mar. 14.
Charles Mitchell, a widely known
business man. wsqs shot and killed by
his son. Oscar Mitchell, a contractor,
in the street here today. The elder
Mitchell, according to police, quarrel
ed with his son and threatened to kill
him.
“THE COMEBACK
OF HOLLWOOLT’
A series of articles, giving inside
facts about “Movie Land," by Karl K.
Kitchen, of The New York Sunday
World Magazine Staff, who has just
returned from Hollywood. Illus
trated by Herb Roth. Sec next Sun
day’s World.—(AdvJ
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will keep the system in a healthy con
lition and thus ward off all attacks of
’olds. Grip or Influenza. 80c.—Adv.
* ,
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order nisi
Mary. A. Fitzhugh and Others. Plaintiffs
VH.
Robert fl. Aldridge and Others.
Defendant*.
No. 4571 Equity.
n Pie C ircuit tour: for Auu Arundel Co
Ordered by the Circuit Court for Anne
Arundel County, sitting as a Court of
Equity, tins 14th day of March. IKJ
p, h *tiJsr . 8al<! °f. the l ,r °l*‘ rt # r mentioned’
n tlese pr.a-eedinps. made and reported
bjr 1 * J M - 1 Rr.hugh, Trustee, ap
pointed by a decree of this court to make
said sale, be ratified and continued, unless
TZtiVKr*™' ,hprw,f b *‘ si “ >wu *
16th DAY OF APRIL. NEST;
Provided,* a copy of this order be inserted
netvspaiKT published in Anne
Arundel coon tv. once In e*,|, „f three j
next'* before the 10th day of April.
bJnJSfiX* " t3te9 the a,nount f "ie to
—-r,. Clerk.
WM. N. WOODWARD, Clerk.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice la hereby given that th •{>*
scrtber, of Aune Arundel county. has ob
tained from the Orphans Court of Anne
Arundel County. In Maryland. Letters <f
Administration on the personal estate of
RALPH MIDDLETON,
late of Anne Arundel comity, deceased. Ail
persons having claims against the
e.i arc hereby warned to exhibit the sane
with the voucher* tliereof to the sub
aeriber on or before tlie
12th DAY OF AKirsT. MM.
Tliev may otherwise, by law. W tscMded
from nil benetit of said estate. All per
sons indebted to said estate are requested
to make immediate payment.
uultr my ha ml thl* &h 4 **y i *
February. R'- :1 - „ _ ~T „ v
ROBERT G. MIDDLETON.
Administrator.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given that the sul>-j
serf her. of Anne Arundel county, has ob
taiied from the Orphans' Court of Anuc j
Arundel Conut.V. in Maryland. Letters of
Administration on the personal estate of
THOMAS COLBERT,
late of Anne Arundel county, deceased
All poraou® having claim® iigalnat uv ue
teased are hereby warned to exhibit the
*.une. with the vouchers tliereof. to the
subscriber on or before the
7th DAY OF At C. IST. 1923.
Tbev may otherwise, by law. be excluded
from all’benetit of said estate. all per
sons Indebted f said estate are requested
to make immediate payment.
Given tinder uiy baud this oOth day ol
January. 192.'!.
ROSETTA COLBERT.
Administratrix.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby givcu that the sub
scrlber. of Anne Arundel county, lias ob
tallied from tbe Orphans' Court of Anno
Arundel County, in Maryland. letters Ten
tauieutary on the porsoual estate of
ELEANOR BRISCOE,
late of Anne Arundel county, deceased
All persons having claims against the tie
eased are hereby warned to exhibit the
same, with the vouchers thereof, to tin
subscriber on or before the
7th DAY OF Altil HT, 1923.
They may otherwise, by law, lie excluded
front all benetit of nahl estate. All per
sons indebted to said cattle are requested
lo make immediate payment.
Given under my hand tills 30th day of
January, 1923.
Id CY BRLSCOR.
Administratrix e. t. a.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice Is hereby given that the sub
scriber, of Anne Arundel county, lias ob
tained from the Orphans' Court of Anne
Vruudel county, in Maryland. Letters of
Adiuinistration on the personal estate of
TRAVERS T. BROWN,
late of Anne Arundel county, deceased.
All persons having claims against the de
s censed arc hereby warned to exhibit tlie
same, with the vouchers tliereof, to the
subscriber on or before the
39th DAY OF JULY, I*2*.
They may otherwise, by Jaw, be excluded
from all benetit of said estate. All per
sons indebted to said estate are requested
to make immediate payment.
Given under my hand this 29tli day of
January, 1929.
T. ROLAND BROWN.
Administrator.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given that the sub
►.efiber, of Aline Arundel county, has ob
tained from tlu* Orphans' Court of Anne
Arundel County, in Maryland. Letters of
Administration on the personal estate of
CHARLES E. CLOW,
late of Aline Arundel county, deceased.
All persons having claims against tlie de
‘’eased are hereby warned to exhibit the
same, with the vouchers tliereof. to the
subscriber on or before the
29tli DAY OF JULY, 1923.
They may otherwise, by law, be excluded
from all benefit of said estate. All per
sons Indebted to said estate are requested
lo make Immediate payment.
Given under my hand this 2.lrd day of
January. 1923.
MARY A. CLOAV.
. Administratrix.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'Notice is hereby given that the sub
scriber. of Aline Arundel cotintv. lias ob
tained from the Orphans' Court of Anne
Arundel County, in Maryland. Letters of
Administration on the personal estate of
MAMCEL DAVIS,
bite of Anne Arundel county, deceased.
All jiersous having claims against the de
ceased are hereby warned to exhibit the
same, with the vouchers thereof, to the
suhscrilier on or before tlie
2flth DAY OF AIOL'ST, 1923
They may otherwise, by law. be excluded
from all benelit of said estute. All iiersnns
indebted to said estate are requested to
make Immediate payment.
Given under my hand this 20th day of
February, 192!!.
ARTHUR T. FLLIOTT.
Administrator.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS .
Notice is hereby given that tlie sub
scrlber. of Anne Arundel county, lias ob
tained from the Orphans' Court of Anne
Arundel County. In Maryland, Letters of
Administration ou the personal estate of
JOHN E. BROWN,
late* of Anne Arundel county, doeoased
All persdiis having claims against tlie de
ceased are hereby warned to exhibit tbe
same, with tin* vouchers thereof, to the
subscriber ou or before the
* 261 li DAY OF ACCL’ST, 1923
They may otherwise, by law, be excluded
from all benelit of said estate. All |M>rsoiis
Indebted to said estate arc requested to
make immediate payment.
Given under my baud this 20th day ol
February - , 1923.
ELIZABETH FORD.
Administratrix.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given that the sub
scriber lias obtained from the Orphans’
Court of Anne Arundel County, in Mary
land. Letters Testamentary ou the per
sonal estate of
* J. WALTER COOK,
late of Anne Arundel county, deceased.
All persons having claims against the de
ceased are hereby warned to exhibit the
same with the vouchers thereof, to the
subscriber on or before the
12th DAY OF At'Gl'.NT, 1923.
They may otherwise, by law. be excluded
from all benefit of aaid estate. All per-
Im]f>bte<l to said estate are requested
to make immediate payment.
Febr V uary Un il£k' Uy La,,,, thlß Cth *
BETTIE B. COOK.
! Executrix.
I For Sale
I
- *4 t44 ft 1
Dwelling. Murray Avenue.s7,ooo
Burnside St. ... 4,500
W est St 2,850
Chesapeake Ave. 5,800
Lungalow, West St 4,500
‘‘ Severn Ave. ~. 3,000
Severn Ave. ... 2,700
West Annapolis. 5,700
Lot. Murray Avenue 1,500
B. J. Wiegard
REAL ESTATE ft INSURANCE
* 21 SCHOOL ST.
ml 4
Classified
ads'^/i
lost
LOST —Some time •' '7
Circle, pair .f t'„" ‘►' 77?
Finder please
FOR rent
FOR RENT Ft . ~~ ,
housekeeping room* . ” -
street after 5 >', i, j, ' I tj
FOR KENT \ par; 7~7~~7
ball: electrl _ . \
Store. East port. * nat-
FOR KENT-11,,it.. .
Apply 109 West *• ' u **v|
i nn uk.\ i
in Hays Itulldii'.g p, v '* n
I'OK HINT I!
nient, 5 room*, i p.' • ij
porch. I'hotie 1,.',. |;_ '
WANTED
WANTED TTTri
Apply Mrs. Lev>. : \| ' . *'
WANTED
White. Telephoni . s '
M \ N I f I I
or In private fami: .. i,, “ ' :
Apply Box l. c.i
WANTED—White i,,
ing and light hon* ■ w,.• g 1
87-W.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE s,i,
lot on Bay i.
I’rice s3.sl*' New |„,
lot. at West ti iit . i;. "j..
Charles F. Lee. 1., , i _ j _ *
FOR KALI
buyer. Appl> 25
FOR SALE OR It I\ > \
vculciit 7- room house
With electrle lights
water heat and double g.ir.ig,
acres of land < >\, .
and Weems Creek. I’li.in,. ;r; ’ “
FOR KALB One
one heavy IVreheron m ;lt ,. .
Thomas Sears. Rest Lite 1; r i,
Box It.
f” —■
Two Salesmen
wanted to work in <at\ i*,|
ing territory for mi n|,|, ,-staMli
linn, wiling a iilglilj iobi rti*.,|
hold necessity■. .Manic,l um ,
able, with good per* #7
willing to wark for go
Call lietween S and a. m t „
p. in. tomorrow at llenry t: >h,. r ,
Ask for Mr. Thornton
N
LOST, $50.%'
One check from St. Mary s Clair, i
Cash —Bills and change ...
Total. ,
Lost between Snyder bakery am).
polls Bunking and Tr*t Co Dn <
Company bill inside pa, kage; mtrta
side "Mr. Rullinan. 23 S< ii,.,i tn*‘ j
noils. Mil." Reward if reiiiriie.l tn Si
Bros., Fourth street. East port il
For Renl
Dwelling on Murray Hill, 8 r
two baths, electric lights.
Dwelling No. 95 Conduit St, 8 m
bath, electric lights.
Desirable store on West St i
monthly.
B. J. WIEGARD
Real Estate A Insanin
21 SCHOOL ST.
W. B. & A. ELECT!
RAILROAD
MID-CITY TKR.MIVILS
Half-Hourly Service Morning .inO &
Between Annapolis. |talriinon > i
Washington and ('snip Mm
(Wnslilngton ami Camp Mam
passengers change at Naval
Academy J unction.)
LEAVE ANNAPOLIS
West Street Station
5.10, x 5.50, (1.20, xd.'iO. xT'e.
10.20, 11.20, A. M . 1-2". I - 1 " - J
4.20, X 4.50. 5.20, <!.2<l 7 ■*•. YA
11.20, I*. M.
Leave Naval Aeademv Gate l n
earlier; State lioii*'- 'Jv:
Street and College Avenue, wra
minute* earlier ,
Connecting at Oden ton with l *
ANNAPOLIS SHORT Ll 1,11
Bladen Street Matin"
5.20 A. M. and lialf-lmurly
und 50 Diinuf’M liftt ! ~
0.50 I*. M.. then at 7 .'<•, p '
and 11.50 V. M. , .
5.20 and 5.50 A. M. train* **•"
Sunday.
LEAVE BALTIMORE—' • *,
6.35, 7.35. a:. .. 1" !' ' -
12.35. 1.35, 2.3f' '-35, xDf> ’"
5.35. 6.-'ls, 7.-‘55, 9.35. 11 ►’
A. M.
All trains receive oc dis ;iar f7 L7,*
at l(K-aI points bet wen I®*'
Naval Academy Jnurtl'"' a"
ley and Llnthlcuiu ou mgu l '
ANNAPOLIS SHORT LINK ,|1
Howard and Lombard ' l *
0.15 A. M. and half-hourly
and 45 minutes aft.T_ea-
C. 15 P. M.. then at 71-'. S-U
11.15. P. M.. and 1 1-' ' M ,
5.15 and 5.45 A. M traiu" >
Sunday. •
LEAVE WASIIIN0 To>
5.00, 0.45. 8.00. 9.00. I"" 11 1 1 A
1.00, *ft(i. 3.(S'. > ' lili'i
6.00. 7.00. 9.00. 11" 1 11
x—Daily except Sunday.
For tickets and Information iT ..
city ticket offices: "*, j
Carvel Hall, Short Line
Street.
E. O. LEAGUE
ROOFING
Spouting, Sheet Metal nil
STOVES AND FI RNG
AND KEPAIRf"
PHONE Ul-T-
CHAS. MTCARLS(
1M CLOCCESTEK
CONTRACT©*
and BCILDFR
Estimate* Cheerfully ( ' |Tf *
PHONE S7

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