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IBfi4 ★ 1923 INKAPOLII, MD. Published Daily Except Sondsy by TBS CAPITAL PUBLISHING COMPANY THE EVENING CAPITAL It on sale at the following pises*: Qntli W. loph Wwt Street VUlum Bchultw M West lirwt George J. Dsvls... 74 Maryland Avs ( baa U. Feldmeyvr 06 Maryland At. BiusMlß Confectionery" Kin* George St William Baker West A (Stb*#r> *• W. B. ft A. Sen rstasd. Bbort lJn* Terminal M. Min-r -SM West Street N. Uj -irla, Third ft Severn Ave., Kasiport lir. C irlea B. Henkel. ..*•■ Amrylauu Ave. Martina Muslesl Store, -■*! .•( Sir"* Patna ru# ... Mama • "••w*lult m Delivered lu Annapolis. East port. Ger mantown ami West Annapolis (, f carrier for 46 .*-iiia |.i iiioiiUi. You riu bnv* the EVENING • A I*l IAL mailed to y**U a o‘*i* aa.iy Irons tlie city |*a laav luk *•>? ..Blur tlinl andiews t tile ; uilrr, for f' .••iita per i'*ifc! per year, puyabm i*. ‘u:i*-r. , any In the Culled Hint* * ■ Caned*. Kuiered i An. .if.olla P<i,.ffl. aa h**>tjiMi t'tfiHß Mutter. Mam bar of fh A-sortsted Proaa Tbr Associated Press la rlfhb | ■ltaly emit lo the UM* for fe pubtkatmi " r all news credited to ft or not iiiin>rwlit credited In tula (a|a*r ami slaw the local news published Herein. All rights f rs. publication of ai>ocln 1 dis patches herein arc alao rea-*rved. THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1923. A BOON TO 111 MAN ITT The annual Linen Shower and inspection by the public of the Emergency Hospital, which is being held today, not only pre sents a fine opportunity for all public-spirited citizens to show their appreciation of the local hospital by helping to stock the linen closets with necessaries but it also gives them a splendid chance to view first-hand the ex cellent institution in which every citizen should be intensely and vitally interested. There is no more important in stitution or organization in any community than its hospital — that haven of rest and comfort for the afflicted—and the wonder ful work that the local hospital is performing day in and day out in ministering to stricken human ity is simply impossible of calcu lation. So quietly and efficiently docs this Work go on that some times wf are prone to forget about thla great and valuable adjunct to community life, but when disease stalks abroad and the health of some loved one is impaired we quickly realize that without such an institution in our midst our lot indeed would be a sad one. Our interest in the lo cal institution, however, should never be permitted to wane, and all the co-operation within our power to extend should always he accorded it. In this way an even greater impetus will be given to its growth and future welfare. WHY WAIT I’NTIL 19241 What attracts attention partic ularly t o Attorney - General Daugherty’s announcement re garding the President standing for re-nomination next year, is the declaration that law enforce ment is to he the big issue in 1914. “We in this country,” he says, “have reached the point where a show-down is at hand between the forces of sane, con servative American business progress and the forces of ob struction and destruction which have their origin in other coun tries Law enforcement will he one of the principal issues in 1924.” A strong statement to come from the head of our Department of Justice! In a country whose government is founded upon the law the matter of law enforce ment is not supposed to be the issue. Ihe people are supposed to have given their command at ( the beginning of the government that the laws shall he enforced. No further word from that point is needed. \\ hat organization would he crazy enough to take the position that the laws shall not be enforced ? To whatever degree there is lack of enforcement of the Fed eral laws it is a serious reflec tion upon the Harding adminis tration and particularly upon the Attorney-General. If they let law enforcement become an i**- sue in 1924 it will he such a mark ed failure on their part as to de mand overwhelming defeat for them. 1 hey have all the commis sion they need for action. Instead of waiting until 1924 for a new word from the people on this subject lot them refer toi the oath of office the public re-i quired of them on March 4. 1921. Tbe date of the legislative ball is coining on apace and yet no leader of the grand march has been developed. Arizona Republican. J “STOP NAGGING THE RAIL- | ROADS” plea to “atop nagging the rail roads" forms the subject of liio prln < pal editorial In this wrfe"’e number | <vf tbe Wall Street Magazine, which point* out that zs tbe result of le ir.g for many years kicked about by evory kind of political demagogue, without any rertoue <*(WH i the line cf self defense, tbe railroads instead <4 being regarded as the natural and legitimate arteries of the country's trt ID art looked upon by the great r*akrity of the people as corporations ♦o tr hounded and handicapped in p er way. A laflroad corporation is an organ ization owning a plant which manu facftirex and sella transportation. In this respect It is no different from a company which manufactures and sells steel products, automobiles, or 1 any other kind of commodity, says , Hit* editorial. Is there ny reason why a railroad company should be constantly har > raised any more than a steel coin ! uany or an automobile company? The people who own the raliroad j are not a small bunch of bankers ; and plutocrats of Wall Street. The ownership of the railroads lies, di ; reetly and indirectly. In the hands of ! twenty million people, or nearly one fifth of our total population, who are either stockholders of record or de positors in savings banks, or holders of insurance policies, which institu tions are almost invariably large holders of raliroad securities. For the first time in many years the ruilroads have begun to get on their feet; to replace their worn out rolling stock, to rebuilb their roadbeds, and to remodel their terminals. In the face of this attempt to recover from all the persecution of the past 15 years, the railroads are threatened by the new Congress, which will convent in less than nine months, with addi tional legislation of the most radical sort. It is time railroad security ownerß come to their own rescue and start r backfire against the kind of anti-rail road agitation that is well under way The best way for them to express themselves is to launch the slogan "Stop nagging the railroads." and it every man and woman, artd every ofti dal of a bank, trust company, iusur ance company, or other organization owing, or indirectly having an inter est in railroad securities, will join in spreading this slogan there will soon be a reversal of sentiment, which will carry a long way toward accomplish ing a defensive result. FAKE ADVERTISING IS RAPPED BY GOVERNMENT WASHINGTON, Mar. 22.—Honest advertising is to come uuder the pro i tectlon of the United States Depart ment of Agriculture, to judge from a statement issued from the secretary’s | office here. The subject of the state -1 inent is “Faking the Blueberry Busi- I ness.” I The department tells of sixteer I years' successful effort in Washing j ton and at a testing plantation a‘ J Whltesbog, N. J., in order to lean | the requirements of the cultivate*' hiueberry, and to establish It as r ' commercial crop. The need of ai acid soil, instead of for the usual al kaline soil, is especially stated out o tills experience. Now, protests the department, li the face of all Its care and effort. t few unscrupulous nurserymen "an taking advantage or the work tha has been done in the domesticatioi and improvement of the hlueberrv t< deceive the public by advertising blue 'lorries in a very misleading manner' One advertiser is mentioned parti cularly. He has been using, the de Msrtment says, "an illustration of .* hybrid blueberry taken from a publi cation of the Department of Agricul ture issued in 1916. The illustratioi is used in such away as to lead th reader to believe that this firm ha for sale blueberries of the kind show? in the illustration, when, ns a matte of fact, ordinary wild blueberrie: ti rat transplanted to a nursery. ar> furnished in response to the adver tißemcnt. “Furthermore.’’ states the depart ment, "advertisements issued bv thi firm give very misleading informa lion.” Quotations from a definite adver tiseinent are made, which assert the ease and success with which the ad vertised ’‘nursery-grown’’ plants car be grown. "These statements give a very er roneous and misleading idea of thei 1 conditions necessary for success in blueberry culture.” states the depart ment. It continues. “The department’s testing plantation for hybrids is a* Whitesbog, near Browns Mills. New Jersey. About 20.000 different hy brids have been fruited thus far Propagation material of some half dozen of the best of these hybrids has •>een placed in the hands of several nurserymen, but only one of them har carried the propagation to the point of offering plants for sale.” Some of the varieties bred under Its own auspices have berries three fourths of an inch in diameter, the de partment reports. TORTURED MANY YEARS BY KIDNEYS "I have had kidney trouble foi twelve years.” writes H. P. Pinkney West Jackson, Miss. “Pains in back joints, catches in the hips, run down and getting up too much during the night. But since taking Foley Kidncy Pills. my suffering is ovgr, and I feel like a new man.” Backache, rheu matic pains, kidney and bladder trouble quickly relieved with Foley Kidney Pills. Refuse substitutes. In sist upon Foley’s Honey and Tar.— j (Adv.) i ’ ? Tn r F/i/.GLG UA MAL. MARYLAND, THURSDAY, MARCH !#:. RUB RHEUMATIC. mi iris II STOP PUN Instant relief with a small trial bottle of old “St. Jacobs Oil” Rheumatism is “pain” only. Not one case in fifty requires inter nal treatment. Stop drugging! Hut soothing, penetrating “St. Jacobs Oil" right into your sore, stiff, aching joints, and relief comes instantly. “St Jacobs Oil" is a harmless rheumatism liniment which uever disappoints and cannot burn the skin. Limbering up! Quit complaining' Get a small trial bottle of old. honest “St. Jacobs Oil” at any drug store, tnd in just a moment you’ll be free Tom rheumatic pain, soreness and stiffness. Don’t suffer! Relief await*' vou. "St. Jacobs Oil" is just as good or rclatlca. neuralgia, luml ago. lack >ehe, sprains. Hon Old Is A Goose! Wild geese are sometimes said to be centenarians, hut there ha 3 been dif ficulty In proving the statement. Some evidence has been presented, however, by Henry Stark, for. says Outdoor Life: In 1885 an uncle cf Henry Stark’s •aptured two Canada geese in a net tpread along the beach of the Chicka tooga Islands in Chesapeake Bay Since that time this pair of geese havt >een paddling around farms owned by mcir.hers of the Stark family. A few years ago the uncle died a' he ripe age of 81. bnt the two Canada geese are gtill thriving and alert and ■>emlngly in the prime of their youth No one knows how old these goesc were when captured, but Mr. Stark •ays he has evidence that they are 67 tow and he hopes they will prove the ‘°tement that wild get-se live to be 100. Flowering lee (ream For every person served a small new flower pot must be provided. These pots should be about two and a half or three inches in diameter, and they may be bought at any seed store for a small price. Place the flower pots on individual serving plates, with a paper doily underneath. Line the >ots with waxed paper, putting sev ■ral thicknesses at the bottom, and hen fill nearlv full with ice cream On top of the ice cream sprinkle grated milk chocolate to give the ap pearance of earth, or chocolate ice cream may be used instead. Select •ny desired flower, either fresh or ar tificial, wrap the end of the stems with waxed paper, and stick the flower in the ice creum as if it were growing in the pot. No Place To Linger Prospective Guest—How much do ■ou charge here by the month? Clerk—Hum—ha —well, really, sir l don’t know, but I’ll ask the manager Prospective Guest—Don’t know! Wlvat do you mean? Clerk—Well, sir. you see, nobody ’ias ever stayed here over a week yet —Sheffield (Eng.) Telegraph. Hall’s Catarrh Medicine Those who are in a "run down condition will notice that Catarrl •others them much more than whet hey are in good health. This fac *roves that while Catarrh is a loca lisease, it is greatly influenced l> ronstitutional conditions. HALL’S CATARRH MEDICIN! -onsists of an Ointment which * uick y Relieves by local application, au< he Internal Medicine, a Tonic, which sslsts lu Improving the Genera lealth. Sold by druggists for over 40 Year? F J. Cheney ft Co., Toledo. Ohio ORDER OF PUBLICATION SarnU Sye, et al vs. St*wi*ll Orosswell. et al. No. 47J5 Equity. tn the Circuit Court for anur Arundel Co To Mary Jane Jews sod Sewell Cromwell The object of this suit Is to procure * decree for the sale of the property n, Thomas Sye, late of Aune A rum lei county Marylaud, deceased, or so much thereof ut may be necessary to pay his debts. 'lhe Hill of Complaint alleges thai Thomas Sye, late of Aune Aruudel county died intestate, leaving a small tract ot i laud, without any buildings, in the TUlr.i Election district of Anne Arundel county that his persona) estate was insufficient "t pay his debts; that he left no widow atm uo children, and that the defeudauts Sewell Crosswell, Henry Crossweil. Oscji Crosawell. Henrietta Crosweli and Mart Jane Jews, are his heirs at law; that said Mary Jane Jews Uvea in the City of Phila delphia. Pennsylvania, and said Se*Je, Crosawell having boeu twice returned "Don w. a,,on on, ‘ :r ot *bl Conrt passed on the JOth of March, ltrj;;, directing notice by publication to be giveu to said Sewell Crosswell as a non-resident, and Mary Jane Jews, a non-resident. Ii i* thereupon, this gist .lay of March. IP"—,, ordered by the Circuit Court for Anne Arundel County, tu Equity, that the plain tiffs by causing a copy of this order to be inserted in some newspaper published lu Anne Arundel County once a week iu eacii of four successive weeks before the JUtn day of April, PJg.:. give notice to said de fendants. Sewell Crosawell and Mary Jane Jews, of the object and snbMau.-e of tbe Bill of Complaint, warning them to ap- I>ear in this Conrt iu person or by solici tor on or before the 7th day of May. nest, to show cause, ff any they may have, wbv a decree ought not to be parsed as prayed. WM. X. WOODWARD, Clerk of the Circuit Conrt for Anne Arundel County. True Cony. Teat: WM. N. WOODWARD, Clerk. P R 0 P 0 8 A L~S Bids wilt bo received at the offl,-e of fbr City Clerk. Mnnlcipnl Bonding, up to noou Wednesday. March -JB. IWE;. for fur nishing 1.900 feet of Ore hose, with conn lings attached Tbe City reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Submit sample M EMMA ABBOTT GAGE. m2S City Clerk. FIRE INSURANCE PROTEXT yourself by carrying sufficient insurance on your dwelling, store, furniture, clothes, etc. If you are not carrying j enough insurance, take out an other policy with thi office TO DAY. Rates furnished upon re quest. B. J. WIEGARD 21 SCHOOL ST. Phoa 449-4 m2B PROPOSALS - Bids will he re*elved by the City Clerk until 12 o'clock, noon. Saturday, March ;tl. for laying M-im-h terracotta sewer on Clay afreet. tzib linear feet, more or less. The right ia reserved to re jet any and all bids. For further Information, plans and specifications, apply tV. H. VANBANT, ni.K). City Coinuitsatniier. CHAS. M. CARLSON IM tiI.OI’CKHTKK HTKRKT CONTRACTOR iai BUILDER Estimates Cheerfully Give*. PHONIC ai ORDER NISI I In the Matter of the Sale of the lteal Estate of Stepbeu W. Duckett. Dei-eascl. Iu the Orphans Court for Aline Aruudel Couuty. Ordered, this 19th day of March, nine teen hundred and twenty-three, that the tale of tbe real estate mentioned In these priuaedlngs. made and reported by Eugene I* Childs. I’xeeutor. by virtue of a power of sale contained In tbe will of Stephen Duckett, deceased, lie ratified and eon ! firmed, unless cause to the contrary there of be shown on or before the Ith DAY OF APRIL, I#ti ‘ Provided, a copy of this order be pub t fished In some newspaper pohfiahed lu . Anne Arundel county, ouce hi each of three successive weeks before the 7th day of April, next. ’ The report states the ainonnt of sales to be six thousand eight hundred ami five ($6,809.00) dollars. LEMON BEALL. A. J.. MAYNARD CARR, A. J. True Copy, Test; 1 ODEN B. Dt’CKETT, Register of Wills. J ORDER NISI ln the Mutter of the Sale of the Mortgaged |. Real Estate of Walter Rogers and Wife. 1 No. 4720 Equity. B In the Circuit Court for Anne Arundel Co. Ordered, this 7th duy of March. 192:5. j that tbe Report and Account of the Audi tor. filed this day in the above entitled i cause, be ratified and confirmed, unless 3 cause to tbe contrary thereof be shown on or before the Mh DAY OF APRIL, NEXT; e Provided, a copy of this order be Inserted t In some newspaper published In Anne _ Arundel county, ouce in each of three successive weeks before the 9th dav of April, next. e WM. N. WOODWARD, Clerk. True Copy, Test. B WM. N. WOODWARD. Clerk. —l.ll — _— ------ - ■ - D i HERE IS THE SIGN b i \ i h v * )• ‘ . 1 I (gp PRESS 4|| l. * 4* f ' ' * P a it n p p ; i o/QUALITY PRINTING FOR SALE Dwelling ou Madison St., fl rooms in eluding bath. electric lights, pipe less furnace, garage. B. J. WIEGARD REAL ESTATE A INSI'RAM'E 21 School St. m 27 For Sale . - < Modern dwelling, 96 Conduit St., S rooms, bath, olectric lights, heat ing system, side and rear yards. Part cash, balance on time. B. J. WIEGARD REAL ESTATE A IXSt RAM’E | 21 School St. m 27 TRUSTEE’S SALE --OP VALUABLE WATERFRONT PROPERTY ON SPA CREEK XK.4R EASTPOKT I'nder and by virtue of tin* power of i sale contained In a deed of trust froui j William J. t'hauey and I.klllan I*. Chaney, Ida wife, to the underalgned Trustees, dated 14th of lhs-ember. 1922. aud duly recorded in the Land Records of Anne! Arundel county, we will offer at public nalc at the Court Houae dour. In tbe City of Annapotla, Maryland, on Tuesday, April 10, 1923 At Kit veil O’Clock A. M . j the following property, vl*: I 1. All that lot of ground wbh-li by deed * dated tat of September, in the year 1920. * ami recorded in the Land Records of Aline Arundel county In Liber W. X. \V. No. IS, * folio 419, wan granted ami conveyed to aald William J. Chaney and wife bv Alice > Unable and lmsbuud. utid therein de scribed by metes and bounds, courses and distances, consisting of about one-fourth 11-4) of an acre of land, fronting for the distance of about 150 feet on the waters of Spa Creek and Wells Cove, and Itu -1 proved by a four-room frame bungalow 1 consisting of dining room, kitchen, two iH-droouis aud attic, furnished with water and electric lights, and Improved also by *| chicken bouse, duck house and wood ‘ house. 2. All that lot of ground adjoining tbe above described property purchased by said William ,1. Cbaue.v ami wife from Mrs. .lames It. Rrnsbears in her lifetime. Improved by a stable and garage, consist ing of g.-’t? acres of laud, am) having on It SO fruit trees. 300 everbearing red rasp berry bushes and 109 strawberry plants This property lies adjoining tbe property I of Mrs. Bertha N. Atwell and Mrs. It. Lee Duvall, Is beautifully located and most | ’ desirable for a wuterfront residence. TBit MS OB SALE:—Oue-balf cash on , ratification of mile, balance iff purchase money In sis months from day of sole, to be secured by note of tin* purchaser with satisfactory surety and to bear Interest I from day of sale., or all cash, ut tbe option „ of the purchaser, on ratification of sale, i A deposit of $230.00 will be required of tbe purchaser on day of sale. Bor further purtb-olurs. apply to the i undersigned, 1 JAM KB M. MINIIOK. s JHItltY L. SMITH. * Trustees, f WILLIAM H. MOSS, Auctioneer. Advertise In llto Evening fnpltof. FOR SALE Double dwelling. Chesapeake Av#.. £NKt cash, balance on time. Desirable business on l alvert St. Dwelling. Spa View Heights. Dwelling. Murray Hill. *7,400. Bungalow, West 9t., *4ooo. B. J. WIEGARD 21 SCHOOL ST, M2C Suits Made To Order! NAVAL TAILORS CI.RAXIXti AND PHKSSIXO Ladles’ Work • Specialty. Hotel Maryland Tailors ANNAPOLIS, Ml*. s 0 W. B. & A. ELECTRIC RAILROAD SID-CITV TEHSINALS Half Hourly Service Morning and Evening Met ween Annapolis. Baltimore and Washington an d Camp Meade. (Washington and Camp Meade passengers change at Naval Academy Junction.) LEAVE ANNAPOLIS West Street Station , 510. *5.50. 8.20. *8.50. *7.30. ft.2o. 9.20 10.20. 11.20, A. M., 12.20, 1.20, 2 20. :t.20. 4.20. *4.an. a.20, <1.20, 7.00. 8.20, 10.20. 11.20. I*. M. Leave Naval Academy Gate 10 minutes earlier; Slate House Station, Illaden Street and College Avenue, seven (7) minutes earlier Connecting at Odenton with P. R. R. ANNAPOLIS KHOKT LINK DIV. Bladen Street Station 0.20 A. M and half-hourly thereafter at 2b and 50 minutes ufter each hour until 6.50 I*. M„ then at 7.30, 8.50, 9.50, 10.80. and 11.50 I*. M. 5.20 and 3.50 A. M. trains dally except Sunday. LEAVE BALTIMORE— W.. B. * A. 0.35. 7.:i5. 8..15, 9.33. 10.:i3, 11.:t6. A. M. 12.38, 1.35. 2.35. 3.30, *4.05. 4.33. *5 95. 5.10. 0.;i0. 7.35, 9.33, 11.93, I*. M.. 12.35 A. M. AH trains receive or discharge passengers ut local points between Annapolis aud Naval Academy Juuetlon aml at Ship ley und Liuthtcuiu ou slgual. ANNAPOLIS SHORT LINE DIV. Howard and Lombard Sts. 5.13 A. M. and half-hourly thereafter at 15 and 45 minutes after each hour until 8.15 P. M.. then at 7.15, 5.15. 9.15. 10.13 11.15. I*. M . aud 12.15. A. M. 0.15 and 5.45 A. M. tralua daily eicept Sunday. LEAVE WASHINGTON 5.00, 6.45, 8 00, 9.00. 10.00. 11.00. A. M . 12.09 1.00, 2.00, 3.00, *3.30, 4.00. *4.30. 5.00. ti.UO, 7.00. ©.OO. 11.00, P M.. 12 10 A. 11.. x—Dally except Sunday. For tickets and Information apply at onr city ticket offices: West Street Station. Carvel Hall, Short Line Station, Illaden Street. E.O. LEAGUE ROOFING ftpssUag, Sheet Metal and Slat# Werk STOVES AND PUKNACKS INSTALLED AND KEPAtKKD ••HONK 1 731-W. Classifier Ads LOST LOST Stiud.l \ (, , Wi Church ami 8 Miv , '’ v Chi Fraternity , > ■ s§n-R. ■ 1 LOST —Some time this —, Circle, pair of Imm-ri*,? i Finder please phon,- . *i ■. WAITED WANTED Clerk*. inent positions *t_tt . ’it > etice utue<‘esMHrv ' i now open, writ.- j; j-, , Sei vi. .* exa Washington, it , * *i: ' WANTED M her or engineer, a*. I ottb-e. t I WANTED—GirI ter",:. , 1 small family. street. Apartment i WANT) I. houseworkcr Applj h-,‘ >' l WANTED- Fun,lst itionths. Possession t-.* Addles* “A. amj-L . j- " 1 KOH id:\t KIK SUIT Blue Lantern T, ;t „ ' I j (Joorge street. FOE HUM arrange for light , . *• Capital office. '’ r ‘* I FOR RENT Two. thiv, ~V \~ rooms. Apply lit I'rin,• i;, FOB RENT , x Apply 238 Went afreet Fill! RALE FOR SALE —Sound mare ... years old. Apply e„.„. u Jacobsvllle. FOB SALE—Two horse*. ~ hugg.v and harne**. |;„ x N . r ' entli avenue. West * •1 hone .No. 949 J. Outlet \\ w ’ FOB SALK Dodge touring - . condition. Apply Ins 1* r ,.',... *i re*-t. FOR HALE—Wilcox .* sewing machine in pelf,-.; ... “ r . full set of attaeliinents. t . Price S3O. Apply 21 .Nortlunv .. FOR HALE—Eight-room .ls'wiisTi 49 Second street, with Lath M heating plant, and room f.. r |. mobiles. Price $3,800. Terra, ( F. Lee, Lee Building, FOR HALE Modern sevcnriM'i 4, with hit 89x125 feet, nt ~j street. For further Infornuti* to Charles F. Lee, Lee Ifl.lg FOR HALE- Tonrlng car. (I . v.ma* • passenger. 1917 model S.uiib a condition; $l9O. J. c. drat,; View. WANTED TO REST WANTED TO RENT Klve-runa Iteasonablc rent: must not mo Apply ‘ K." Capital , - FOR SALE Oil HEM , FOR SALK OR KENT A moV) venlent 7-rootn house: Wrest with electric lights, ruoslnf M water heat and double gsrufr v acres of land. Overlooking n-wi aud Weems Creek. Phone It; ———————— ■ n ■ . ——l PUBLIC SALE —OF— V ALU ABLE REAL ESTi In tlie City of Annapolis nnd Knt Maryland. As attorney for the owners, ip* the late Isaac Hohberger I will, public sale at the Court House City of Annapolis, Maryland. <*k Tuesday, April 3, 1923 At 11 o'clock A. M First: All that lot of ground I on the southwest side of I’rU-v street. Aunupolis. Marylmul. !i Ofty -me feet six inches me! H depth of forty-seven feet, sill * uieiits. No. 12, —a nine room fraus lug; with heat, electrh* light* * uiodetn convenleuees, Up.ed it * by the late Isaac lloldH-rgrr; I atiartmeut house of live Hipartui'an of three rooms eaeti. one oft r 1 *" 0 store on lirst floor; conveyed to 1M berger by Wyatt W. handall and • deed dated 18th Mar. It. ll 5. among the Laud Record* .f Auw * .county lu Liber G. W. No )- - Second: All that lot of ground I on the northeast side <>r .lodia* Annapolis, Md.. fronting thirty <* and having a depth of ■>'■< feet ■ >'■>'* proved by a frame store .iiirt dwell four rooms, ami another 'iwilioc r<Mtna, conveyed to l*aai Hnlißnl the Annai>olis Land and Company of Anne Arundel eoBBi) * dated 14th January. Pi. su-l f-’ Liber G- W. No. :K*. folio 4 Third: All that lot of groosdJ on the northeast side of Jwkm* Annapolis. Md., fronting X’ fee' *■ lug u depth of 59 f<*et. acre to-lng the same property ...i.reye* Hohberger by the Anniiie ■* ■;* improvement Company by deed June, 1905, aud recorded ament “ j Records lu Llle-r G W N" J-' improved by thr,*c two *tor' lugs, one of five rooms ami t** rooms. Fourth: All that lot ulgt ' on the iiortheasf side of Hnrn* , in tbe Seeoud Kle. tion Histr. j Arundel county, adja.-ent to i-*', Fastport, fronting thereon Itlg B depth of pgp fee* lUf , ’k lng the same property eoßyj J Isaac Hohberger by <leert J ru *l 4 11. Burns ami wife and •I®“®.!. ( e*d wife, dated res|*ective!y b _ . November, 1902, and 2<uli ‘l*7 ' . y 1:*)3. ami recorded among j r*ls aforsabl In Liber <>. " V 144 and Liber G. W. N" , TERMS OF SALE: ' ' ,h ‘"'f from day of sale. A deposit , dred dollars will he re*jmre*i • haser for Lot No. 1 ~„<A dollars for ea> h of the ..tbe: NICHOLAS H. M ■ Attorney WANTED! Fire men to travel wi’ locallv. selling national . electrical appliance. m necessary; we train y l time. r lrm Call between 8 and 10 * 8 p. in . at JA< Kf 5 1 1 ' STORE, 123 Main street. A I Wilson. _ —H WANTED! Five neat, keen, young a ant sales work on n.io Used electrical appii* Dl ’ ytf unnecessary: we train j* |j|if full time. Firm estabHsbW . Call between 8 and lo ■' ..,-KVni 8 p. m.. at JACK h Ai t M STORK. 129 Main street Wilson.