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1884 * 1923 | ANNAPOLIS. MD, Pubtlah-d Dally Empt Sunday t*y THE CAPITAL PUBLISH INO COMPANY TUB KVRNIXU CAPITAL la on sal# at ttui folio*in* places: U—rge W. Jones West Street William Schotts* 5W West Street George }■ Da via 74 Maryland A* ( baa (J. Pcidwafcr 56 Maryland *. "Blaaßlfß Confectionery” King <J#i*e St. William Baker Weat it laihedtai HU W. H A A. Nearatantl, Khun Line Teruiiu.il II Miner..... 234 %Ve#t Street H. UuiMlrta. Third A* Severn Ave.. Kastport lir. Cbnrlea B Henkel.. . lUryiand Are. Martin a Mualea! store. J.i w -at *tre*t Samaras,... ...Main A Conduit Sir Delivered In Auaap<4l*. f,istport, Ger aiantowu an*l M>-i AaaaptMta by -arrlvr for if) <eu t a per in (tilth. YoB can fcaer the I.VKNING CAPITAL matted to yu *li-u ar from the city by leavjn* ymir inino- ind aildreaa at the nfllre. for 45 ■ eme , *-r uiontb, s3.<ai per j year, pajabla In • ■> <•. to any poat office ' lu the tutted Stan a <>r I’aiiaila. Entered at Auuaiotlla I'atffl<-e aa B<'utid-Cliiaa Matter. Mamber of The Aaeoclated Preea Tbe Aaa. luted Preaa la exclu sively entitled to tbe uae for re publtiatlon of all news credited to ft or not otherwise credited In tbla paper and alao the local newa pnbllahed herein. All rlgbta of ra • publication of apeclal flit patches herein are alao reserved. FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1923. ST\MHN<; BY HIS (OMBAUKS Woodrow Wilson is the hrst of the prominent war leaders to contribute to the American Le gion’s SIOO,OOO fund to provide permanent decoration for the graves of the .‘12,100 American war dead in Europe. The venerable and stricken commander-in-chief is still stand ing by his comrades. The war riors and the statesman have much in common. Both know how to sutTe in waging a battle for a common cause. Both were stricken in the field, the veter ans in winning the war, the statesman in trying to win tin peace. The bond between Wood row Wilson and the thinking war veteran it strong but not by ac cident. TO HAKK HISTORY VIVID No reason is apparent why there should not be compliance with the proposal of Senator Walsh, of Massachusetts, that the government preserve motion pictures of historical value, He charges that the authorities at Washington have done nothing to save for posterity such films as those depicting the congres sional declaration of war against Germany, the war addresses of President W ilson, the burial of the Unknown Soldier, sessions of the Washington Disarmament Conference, presidential inaugu rations and other important events, and takes the position that this is neglecting a duty to future generations. The senator advocates the enactment of leg islation making it mandatory for designated officials to preserve movies of this character. The benefit that will be deriv ed from following this course can best be appreciated by con sidering how useful moving pic tures of some of the outstanding events of our early history would he. If it were possible to exhibit on the Fourth of July a film por trayal of the signing of the Dec laration of Independence it would increase popular understanding of the significance of the day. There are still living men who knew Lincoln; yet, in the ab sence of films showing him at great moments, such as when de livering his Gettysburg address, he has become a remote, almost legendary character to the school children of today. Moving pic tures would help to make him a very real person to them. Imagine the interest that would attach to the presentation on the screen of Revolutionary, Mexican and Civil War scenes, or of the running of the first steamboat or the first railroad train. Photographs have been of great assistance in preserving an accurate record of the appear ance of notable persons and sig nificant happenings of the last century. Prior to the Civil W ar. pictures were the work of artists with brush and pencil, and mam of the portraits and scenes of that early period were more or less! imaginative, and often far from 1 accurate. Photographs prevent inaccuracy, but trie movies not only are accurate but are also vivid.* If the government should pre-| serve motion pictures of historic events, and copies should be available for the use in school and for public exhibition, the 1 people in years to come will have ] a far more correct notion of the present period than we have of the past. I Hall's Catarrh Medicine Those who are in a “run down” I condition will notice that Catarrh - bothers them much more than when they are in good health. This (act i proves that while Catarrh is a local * disease. K Is (really influenced by I ' const i’ut lona I conditions, j HALL’S CAtARKII MEDICINE consists of an Ointment which Quick- 1 j ly Relieves by iocal application, and j ■ the Internal Medicine, a T&nic, which ; assists in improving the General' ’ Health. Sold ty druggists for over 40 Years. ! F J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, Ohio, j Two Navy Torpedo Plants To Close The navy torpedo plants at the Washington Navy Yard and at Alex . andria, Va, will be permanently (-lowed about July 1, when their pres- . cm contracts expire, and ail torjie- ! j does will be made thereafter at New- j port. R I. | Suits Made To Order! NAVAL TAILORS CLEANING AND TREKKING ladles' Work a Specialty. Hotel Maryland Tailors annatolik. / The Fair Price Grocery Co. 64 West St. Comer of Calvert St. The Store to Save Time and Money Saturday SI.OO Special 2 LBS. OF BEST COCOA I 2 CANS HITTER'S BEANS V 1 CAN SUCCESS PEAS J Ci* ) 1 HOT MAJESTIC RELISH j fl* ■ , 1 ROT. LIBBY'S CHILI SAUCE ala 11 CAN LIBBY’S POTTED MEAT 7 ft I 1 BARS VAN CAMP’S SOAP i " I 1 PKO. PRIDE WASH. POWDER \ | 1 SACK SALT | v 1 CARRY-ALL BAG ROY V. TYDINGS, Manager. i ' I WILLIAM H. BAKER j CATHEDRAL AND WEST STS. FOR SATURDAY ONLY POLITE SERVICE TO ALL PHONE 404-J. Saturday 98c. Special! / BUNCH BEETS. V i ( DOZ. ORANGES. ) \BUNCH CELERY. / ■ IV HEAD LETTUCE. f fl ILI 1 T 25c. TOMATOES \ I Im/T J PK. SPINACH. ( Till ( ' ’W 114 PK. IRISH POTATOES. \ S I H PK. SWEET POTATOES. ) \l LB. ONIONS. J FREE!— — 1 Basket With Each Order! YV. H. BAKER. Proprietor ' —> BUY YOUR KNOCKED DOWN I I Screen ; J Frames If] il .fl MBISBgI I lir cr ? en screens before (he Ore. I The Henry B. Myers Co. j 49 WEST ST. ' PHONE 108. I " 1 ' ‘V-fitt F. Ao.phA cAMAt* AWAPbtTf, M ARYLAND. FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 192.1 The failure of Congress to appro-1 priate sufficient money to carry out I the Navy Department’s torpedo pro gram is said by naval officers to be responsible for the change. The $450.- j ot*o allotted for the construction of torpedoes is regarded as scarcely enough to maintain the Newport fac tory, and it may be necessary- to cut the force there. About 500 men are to lose their | present positions as a result of the | closing of the navy yard and Alex andria plants. E. O. LEAGUE ROOFING Kpeettng, Sheet Metal and KUte Work STOVKN AND rCRNACBt l> kTAI.I.KD AND REPAIRED * aaosi Mbit. i For Sale Modern dwelling. 95 Conduit St., 8 rooms, bath, electric lights, heat ing system, side and rear yards. Part cash, balance on time. B. J. WIEGARD BEAL ESTATE k INSURANCE 21 School St. m 27 W. B. & A. ELECTRIC RAILROAD ■IIMITY TERMINALS Half Hourly Service Morning and Evening Iletwoeu AnnaiHtlla. Baltimore and Washington and ('amp Meade. (Washington and t'amp Mead* puaaengera change at Naval Academy Junction.) LEAVE ANNAPOLIS Went Street Station 5 10. *5 50. x 6 30. *7.50. 8.30. 9 30. 10.30, IL2U. A. M, 12.20, 1.20. 2 20. 3 20. 4.20. xt.so. 5 20. (120. 7.00, 8 20, 10.20. 11.20. I*. M. Leave Naval Academy Gate 10 minutes earlier; State Housr Station, Bladen Street and College Avenue, seven (7) minutes earlier Connecting at Odenton with P. It. It. ANNAPQUS SHOUT LINE DIV. Bladen Street Station 5.20 A. M and half-hourly thereafter at 20 and 50 mlnuies after each hour until f 1.50 P. M„ then at 7.50, 8.50, tt.so, 10 50, and 11.50 P. M. 5.20 and 5.50 A. M. trains daily except! Sunday. 1 "" ' " " 1 11 ■■ 1 11 1 PI HI ■■ For those "after school” appetites —bread and v APPLE BUTTER Hungry chiid(M.ju,t home from school! And \ what to give them for a " _ “piece” —satisfying, whole- V— some and quick to get ? Now, as in the old days, bread and ___________ apple butter. For you can get apple butter just like the old “home-made”— Libby*r; de- . Annie liciously apple-sweet, spiced c P'lJrllA\ jyL delightfully. Get Libby’s Butttf apple butter for the children; the grown-ups will enjey it too. Your grocer has it. /tfffiJßllllSli Libby, MfNcill & Libby APPLE BUTTER ~ Financial Statement and Growth 0/ Annapolis and Eastport Building Association ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND AUTHORIZED CAPITAL STOCK $500,000.00. INCORPORATED 1903 FINANCIAL STATEMENT AS OF JANUARY 31, 1923 ASSETS LIABILITIES Cash on Hand and in Banks $ 8,482.26 Deposits, Shareholders $285,945.18 Mortgage Loans . v 347,443.31 Bills Payable 61,700.00 Furniture and Fixtures 194.75 Surplus and Undivided Profits... 8,475.14 . $356,120.32 $356,120.32 Growth of the Association Since 1914 RESOURCES: 1914 $78,292.03 1915 $90,586.05 l 1916 $97,107.57 1917 $110,030.74 1918 $121,919.67 1919 $147,239.56 1920 $210,654.09 1921 $221,753.44 1922 $266,924.79 1923 $356,120.32 WE HAVE PAID SIX PER CENT. TO YOU ARE INVITED TO BECOME A MEMBERS ON DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS MEMBER AND WE WILL HELP YOU SINCE 1903 TO BUY OR BUILD A HOME When Youtßuy or Build Your Own Home—You Save the Rent—You do Not Have to Move —You Take Pride in Improving Your Home and Life is Worth Living—YOU BECOMF A REAL CITIZEN OFFICERS: GEORGE C. BARTON, President. , T. ROLAND BROWN, Vice-President. WINSON G. GOTT, Attorney. FRANK B. FRANTZ, Secretary-Treasurer. DIRECTORS: \ GEORGE C. BARTON CHARLES F. LEE Wivcnv n nr*™ T ROLAND BROWN J. D.P. DOBW S2SS? L TL tT JAMES F. STRANGE WILLIAM H. THOMAS FRANK IL FRANTZ “OLD AND TRIED, FEW AS GOOD NONE BETTER.” Office: LEE BUILDING, Annapolis, Md. OPEN FOR BUSINESS EACH SATURDAY EVENING FROM 7 to 9 o’clock ' J LEAVE BALTIMORE— W.. B. < A. 6.35, 7,35. 8.35. .35. 10.35. 11.35, A. M . 12,35. 1,33. 2,35, 3,33. X 4.05, 4.35. X.YOS. 5 35. 6,35. 7,35. .33. 1t.35, P. M.. 1L36 A. M. All trains revive or di*( hargi- i>at*ng<*rs at ltK-al t>ointa btw**fu AuuaiwiU ami Naval A<‘a<lny Junction amt at Ship ley and Lluthicutn on signal. ANNAPOLIS KHORT LINE DIV. Howard and Lombard Sll. 5.15 A. M. and half-hourly thereafter at 13 and 43 mluutes after each hour until 6.15 P M . then at 7.15. 8.13. 9.15. 10.13, 11.15. P. M.. aud 12 13. A. M 5.15 and 5.43 A. M. trains dally except Sunday. LEAVE WASHINGTON 5.00. 6.45. SOU. 9.00. 10.00, 11 00. A M-. 12.00. LOO. 2.00. ,3 00, *3.30. 4.00, X 4.30. 3.00. 6.00. I.ot>. 9110, 11.00, P. M.. 12.10 A. M„ x—Daily except Sunday. For tickets and information apply at our city ticket offices: Weal Street Station. Carvel Hall. Short Line Station, llladeu Street. The easiest thing to reduce is a bulgy pocketbook.—Springfield (111.) ' State Journal. FIRE INSURANCE PROTECT yourself by carrying sufficient insurance on your dwelling, store, furniture, clothes, etc. If you are not carrying enough insurance, take out an other policy with this office TO DAY.y Rates furnished upon re quest. B. J. WIEGARD 21 SCHOOL ST. Phono 4*9-4 m2S CHAS. M. CARLSON 1M OLOCCKSTKR STREET j ' CONTRACTOR •ad BUILDER EitimitM Chrarfnlly Gives. PHONE SI PROPOSALS Kids will be received at the office of the City clerk. Municipal Building, up to noon Wednesday. March 2S, 11*23. for fur nishing 1.500 feet of tire hose, with coup lings attached The City reserves the right to reject any or all hills. Suhmit samule. EMMA ABBOTT GAOE. uil’S * City Clerk. FOR SALE Bungalow, Severn Ave $2,4<M) Bungalow Severn Ave . Dwelling, Burnside St..~ 4,*00 Dwelling. Chesapeake Ave *V<IM Dwelling, Southgate Ave Dwelling, near Weems Creek... 1.000 Bungalow, West Annapolis *,700 B. J. WIEGARD Real Estate and Insurance 21 SC HOOL ST. m 29 PROPOSALS Rida will be received by the City Clerk until 12 o'clock, noon. Saturday. March .11. for laving S-lm-h terracotta sewer on lay street! ASO linear feet, more or less. The right is reserved to reject any and all Idds. For further Information, plans and Bpeclflcntions, apply W. H. VANSANT. in-‘lO. City Commissioner. QASSIFIEfti Ads ~&a3| I.OST LOST—St ra ve,l dog, with tau >, t . ", •i s llcenae tag .*n . ‘ name of Sport. I;. • , fectlonery. Reward FOI \|T~ FOIND— Purse i!; „ small amount ~f have same by i.t.-ut\ tills advertlseuicm v ' avenue. IMioue 7\i ''* v f>| TOI M>-\V,,|ii,.„lm money. Prow -a, advertisement. \ olOce, ' •*’ WANT K ll W \ XTKI* - Clerk-. 1- ’ ment position. : si., ’ . i fine unnecessary. i ~ ' l't| now o|ien. write t; 'I s i-vm Servh-e examiner! j- Washington, tv i . WANTED—Man ,1. w - ,7~7. . her or engineer. \i , V offl.v, WANTED —Kxpcrl.-n,'.' ' 7"~~ bouaeworker. _\j.|.! x it. i; WANTED mouths. Possession , . , Address “A. tl. T. ' i Issi FOR KENT KOK KENT Ueslr.il,:' i ~ ’ 7t Conduit street. FOK KENT -rive r.. i ply Joseph I.lpiiian, i - \ ( FOK KENT - Nin.~r,^"',rrr apartment over umilin H .' 61 trance from Fran, is *tr 1 vcnlen.-es. Apply Joseph Main street. FOK KENT Hands apartment; five i,„,ih T ,* “ shower, porch and plan,, p,,,' FOR ESNT —Cnfurnlslii ii ~ . Apply 338 West street. FOR SAI E FOK SALE—Wilcox A sewing machine In p,if,„t full set of attacllllleiits (•„„ l’rlcc S3O. Apply '.'l N,.itli<-t ,: t FOR HALE—Sound mare Akin, years old. Apply li Hr,* .lacohavlllc. FOK SAI.E —Two horses. , art* nsri huggy and harness. 1:.,x s„. > cntli avenue. Aiiuapidia, l’lionc No. IM'J-,1. Owner \V n, i FOR SALK-Dodge touring ut it condition. Apply ins I'rin.r i, at rest. FOR SAI.E Modern seven• room ilt. with lot MUxllS feet, at N„ * ,„ L atreet. For further Information to Charles F. I.ee, Lee nidg FOK SAl.E—Touring ,-ar. *; < yllnder pnaaenger, 11*17 model Sax-.u. In | condition; SIOO. .1. t Pray, 77 View. FOR SALE OR REM FOR HALE OK KENT A imideri venlent 7-room house: Wivma t'l with electric lights, rtiiiuiitg wte, water heat and ilouhlc garage: mil acres of land. Overlooking Severn and Weems Creek. Phone l*_'T. IN MEMORIAM BROWN—III remenihrati., -f i: v mother. CORNELIA \l i:i;o> departed this life one year ag„, ) 12, 1*22. —H.V her loving daughter. NELLI .SWA.S'X, and her niotlier. i uliM ItitOWX, and sister, S AI. I.IL A ) THEWS. ORDER MSI 111 the Matter of the Sale of tic- 2"ft| Real Estate of Mary W. I Spren No. 47*2 Equity. In the Circuit Court f->r Anne Armi> Ordered, tills 22nd day of Mini J that the sale of the property. madr i ported by John S. Stralcrn. Assign*" ratified and eonltrnii’d. nnh— *iii*-1 contrary thereof !>•' shown „n r <• the 24th DAY OF tI’KII. 'TIT Provided a copy of this enter Is- W in some newspaper published Is Arundel county, once in ea< h "f cesslve weeks before tie- -Tb d*l April, next. , The report state* the amount ", to be t13.G25.00. WM. N. WOODWARD. <"* True Copy, Test: WM. X. WOODWARD. Orfc. FOR SALI Double dwelling, Chesapeak* 1 S9OO cash, balance on time- Desirable business on f alver* * Dwelling, Spa View Height- Dwelling, Murray Hill. Bungalow, West St., WeVHI. B. J. WIEGARD 21 SCHOOL ST. "for "sale Dwelling on Madison St.. 6 f oo ® l eluding bath, electric RS-' 1 '* ? less furnace, garage. B. J. WIEGARD REAL ESTATE A I>*l ßA>( 21 School SL WANTED! Five m*n to travel locally, selling electrical appliance. Ki l, r ‘e m f neceaaary; we train you 1 * t* time. Firm estahllsh***l * 4 t i Call between 8 and 1" '■ * r ;\[TTl G p. hi., at JACK 8 1 1 •jj 1 STOKE, 123 Main stre-t. s Wilson. WANTED! — —. ftyf Five neat. keen, young I** ant aales work on natloaaic* tlsed ele<*trl*-al appliance- - j unnecessary: we train }'• . \i full time. Finn established * f Call between 8 ami 10 .'.‘.' cViT'J B p. in. at JACKS ! STORE, 123 Alain street. A *, Wilson.