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A Dispatch* B °* 1 * e oe ws are published in The Evening Capital. PTBLISHID aVIRT IVENINO UCEPT SUNDAYS. TT7 j XXVII No. 161. fICKLENUnCH IS IKING ITS [Hi LIKE LION jjnapolitans Shiver In Tempera ture Ten Decrees Below Freez ing That Smashed All Records for This Season Of The Year ..Warmer Weather Predicted. ;ALES FROM NORTHWEST. BLIZZARD IN MICHIGAN j,;-r when Easter bonnets and finn.L; wearing apparel were liking their appearance, March, itth it- treacherous and rapid re assortment of weather un nrkrd a veritable cold -vvaye v :n the northwest, and Anna- Diitatis awoke this morning to a,! themselves shivering in a ( m ji era t it r e that averaged loiind the ‘.’.'-degree mark. The H'fst figure reached was at the aval Experiment Station, where ( f mercury is reported to have K'jiped t" just a fraction above s decrees. Fur coats and other nntry wraps that had been tem orarily laid aside were quickly iiiled out again, and felt none w comfortable. The temperan ce is the coldest for March 29, i record. Rising temperature is recast for tonight and tomor ■. W inils Itencheil A Gnle The cold wave had been forecast (the weather bureau, but the ofti il caucors did not think that a spenture lower than the 25-degree irk would le reached. However, i Ride from the northwest began make itself felt during the early limoiiii hours of yesterday, and in- Nstii in intensity and biting cold - the while. The peak was reached Ring the early hours of the raorn t Ice formed in less exposed Weather Records Shuttered (B> The A <><'in ted I’reNu.) WASHINGTON', n. c.. Mar. 29.—The kr h lion and the March lamb, who ne been playing hide and seek dur- I the month, today seemed to have ©phtely reversed the traditional tor of things and in some sections Gmm tlie month gave every indica- B of going out w ith a wintry roar. Weather officials in making public tord-brenking temperatures in the (Contlnurd On l'nr* 4.) EASTER EGG SALE!]) ■ i’ll! .ly,• eggs at home when you • \ 11,1 buy them already dyed at M . the sale at St. Anne's Parish I eggs dyed FOR THE ji niII.HHKN AT 40 CENTS PER DOZEN. •A' i" be held on Saturday. March | '. iV J'aosh House, from 10 A. M. . ’ 1 "i> he given over ‘phones—| y. 1 :, M -r or ciime to •11 Saturday and make your *5 svlisaten. ■ ii,' and candy will "ii sale at reasonable prices. LOST ! green gold biGNKT KING. REWARD IF KfcTiKXKD TO EVENING tA PITAL OFFICE. * Tguienots 1 Durant and Lunch Room NOW OPEN ( AVE, & BLADEN ST. WANTED! Salesmen Annapolis territory. it! rn A pp j y V 1 A RL E s STREET 7 a nd 9 P. M. J- W. ALTON ] Ti •>/,■// Contractor. . Hnshie ST . EASTPORT PHONE 345. in3o Evening Capital. US OBSERVE MAUniOY THURSDAY Celebratior Of Interest To Scot tish Rite As Well As Chris tian Church % Today in Maundy Thursday, an ob servance not only in Christian churches, but of interest to all Scot tish Rite Masons. Wherever situated Scottish Rite Masons today gather to gether to hold the I eautiful ceremony of “Extinguishing the Lights.** that mankind not forget that darkness and evil in the past have followed upon putting out the lights of mercy, char ity. education, toleration, and broth erhood. Obligatory I'pon Many This observance, obligatory upon all meml ers of the Rite who have re ceived the Eighteenth Degree, and are thus members of Chapters ot Rose Croix, is held either in Masonic Tem ples or churches, and conducted by the officers of local Chapters. It is followed, on Easter Sunday, by the hopeful and inspiring ceremony of •Relighting the Lights,” typifying the dawn of a new day which comes with the recognition of the need of spir itual dependence of man and his prac tice of those fraternal and moral con cepts which have elevate'd him from barbarism to his present civilization. kii mox mniLt DEFEATED JN lOUISIANA (Bv -The Aworlitml Prm.l NEW ORLEANS. LA., Mar. 29 Virtually complete unofficial returns today from the 12 parishes compris ing the fifth supreme court district of this state, indicated supporters of the Ku Klux Kl*n had-been defeated in their first election here. Newspaper compilations, with only a few precincts missing, gave Judge H. F. Brunot, anti-Klan candidate, a majority of 575 votes over his two opponents who were supported by the Klan. SALE OF SEAM NAVY RELIEF PLAY Seats will go on sale next week for the production of “Mrs. Temple’s Telegram,” the three-act ccmedy to be given for the benefit of the Navy Relief Society in the Naval Academy Auditorium. The dates will be April 27 and 28. an evening performance on the 27th and a matinee and eve ning performance on the 28th. The Tlay has been in rehearsal for some weeks now and a great deal of inter est centers around its production. Most of the cast have already taken part in local theatricals though there are somo newcomers who are said to be excellent. The splendid work done by* the Navy Relief Society insures the play being supported by every one in the community, apart from the enthusi asm that amateur theatricals arouse in local circles. HOT CROSS BUNS When you think about Hot Cross Huns, think of MAYERHOFER’S BAKERY 132 MAIN STREET We bake them all day long. Hot for breakfast, luneh and supper. nrJt) AOOOOOOOOOOOOOSOOOSOOOOOO”' O o I Coming ! I O ~ O O # O WATCH for | “The Third Alarm” f O ' £ £ To be shown at the Circle Play- £ £ house April 16 and 17, benefit £ g East port Volunteer Fire Co. £ NOTICE! VETERANS OF FOR EIGN WARS ELECTION / AND INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS MARCH 29 192.1. AT 7:30 P. M. ALL MEMBERS ARE REQUESTED TO AT TEND. BY ORDER OF THE m-29 COMMANDER. #•— Ot HOODE’S CAPTURE IS NEAR, BALTIMORE SLEUTHS BELIEVE Louis Dc Roode, former midship man and ex-captain of the Marine Corps, may be in custody within the next 48 hours, according to Balti tnore detectives after a conference with the brokers who lost $52,000 worth of 1 onds through bad checks given by the man being hunted. In any event he is to be pursued to the ends of the earth, if necessary, until he is captured. The missing man is now believed to be with a cabaret dancer who ap peared for several weeks at the Lit tle Club, Madison avenue, Baltimore, last summer. This young woman had been with him often during the sum mer and fall. On Monday of last week, when De Roode fled front Bal tmore with Miss Cyrille McLaughlin, the pair encountered the Little Clul dancer at the Beaux Arts Cafe in Philadelphia. They spent some time together and met again by appointment in New York the following afternoon. The dancer and De Roode were together when Miss McLaughlin left them, it is asserted, although the Baltimore girl, who returned home with her mother the following day, has not ad mitted seeing the cabaret performer. FOUR DAYS UF EASTER LEAVE FOR MIDDIES Easter holidays for the regiment of midshipmen began at three o’clock this afternoon and will extend until evening roll call on Monday. The liberty is extended to members of all classes, with the privilege of visit ing relatives out of the city within the range of time limit: The majority of the students will spend the holiday in Washington, Bal timore, Philadelphia, New’ York and other nearby points. A large contin gent has made reservations on trains leaving Baltimore for New York to night. Mrs. Mackall Buried Near Native Heath Funeral services for the late Mrs. Louisa Mackall, mother of John N Mackall, chairman of the State Roads Commission, who died Monday at her residence in Mackall, Calvert county, were held at 11 o’clock, yesterday morning in Christ Protestant Epis copal Church, near Prince Frederick, the Rev. J. E. W’illiams, rector, offi ciating. The services were largely at tended by friends in Anne Arundel, as well as her home county of Calvert, and a number from Annapolis. Burial was in the family lot near Mackall. The pallbearers were: Former Congressman Thomas Parran, Benja min Parran. C. C. Turner, George D Turner, C. F. Crane and John Broome, all of Calvert county. Funeral Direc tors James S. Taylor and Sons had charge of arrangements To Create Fund For Clothing Sch. Children The question of providing a fund to supply adequate clothes for children w’hose lack of them prevents their at tending school was taken up at the monthly meeting of the Parent-Teach ers’ Association of East port held yes terday afternoon, following an appeal made by Mrs. Ware the county at tendance officer. Mrs. Ware gave a short talk on the cooperation of the parents with tne teachers and attendance officer in an I effort to raise the standard of attend- I ance at the school, and pointed out ! that many children were out of school because of poverty. She asked that the Mothers’ Circle provide a fund for clothing the needy children. I The association immediately took ac- 1 tion on this appeal and appointed a 1 committee to attend to the matter. I For the entertainment of the Mofh-i ers present four songs were sung by j Miss Wilson's class and a health drill! was given by McCarty's class. Good Friday Services At St. Anne’s Church The services in St. Anne’s Church on Good Friday will be as follows: Ante Communion Services. 7 a. m. ' Morning Prayer. 10. Three Hour Service, 12 to 3. Evening Prayer. 5. The addresses at the Three Hour Service will be delivered by the Rev. W. W\ Giltfss. Rector of Holy Trinitv J Church, Baltimore. Those who attend 1 for but a part of the time are asked t** cp*r and leave only during ibe '■-ov’nT of a ITrirn. All are asked to observe the rule of silence. ESTABLISHED IN 1884. ANNAPOLIS. MD„ THURSDAY. MARCH 29, 1923 Easter Lillies From White House For Wash. Hospitals <By The Atonrlntnl Prr*.) WASHINGTON, D. C., Mar. £9. —Easter lillies from the White House conservatory will be distri buted to all Washington hospitals next Sunday. At the direction of Mrs. Harding, who has just re covered frem a long illness, near ly 500 lillies and hundreds of roses, i sweet peas and other flowers are being prepared for transfer to the city’s sick rooms. PARIS PAUSES FULL MINUTE TODAY DURING BERNHARDT FUNERAL || _ day to pay* a final measure of respect to the great Sarah Bernhardt. Crowds that gathered at the church of Saint Francis de Sales for the j service and at the cemetery of Pere * Lachalse mourned sincerely for her. whom they loved so well, and they brought in profusion the tribute of flowers which she had requested. Bernhardt s l ody rested in the rose wood casket which she ordered made for her thirty years ago. On the j breast of her white satin dress was 1 pinned the cross of the legion of 1 honor and about her neck wais a gold locket containing the likeness of her 1 son. Maurice. ; The ceremony at the church was ; simple, for Bernhardt had expressed a wish that there be no superfluities. ] The vault that received her body also : was unostentatious. On it was the one word “Bernhardt.” Nightly Service At Eastport MLE. Church i Service*:- have been held'every night this week at? the Eastport Methodist Episcopal Church with the pastor, Rev. John T. Jaeger in charge. The service of last night was a prayer , and praise service. The testimonies recalled the old class meeting days of Methodism, which still linger in the memory of many. After the service the last official board meeting of this conference year was held. The re port of the treasurer showed ail cur- 1 rent expenses fully met. and also gave promise of meeting all annual con ference benevolences In full. Tonight the sublet of the sermon will be “Chosen For Service.” To morrow night the Easter Communion will be administered. The pastor will i preach from the text “Behold The Man.” During the administration of the Lord’s Supper a large cross will ; be lighted on the altar. The public is , invited to all services. • i Teachers’ Meeting Gives Pupils Holiday Public school teachers from all sec tions of Anne Arundel county gather ed in Annapolis today for one of the regular series of meetings for discus sion of school problems. The meet ing. which was called by Georgb Fox. County Superintendent of Schools, wag held in the assembly hall of the • city grammar school building. Mr. Fox presiding. As a result of the meeting school all classes had holiday for the day and many,of them availed themselves of the opportunity to mak ing final preparations for the Easter season now at hand. Red Cross Easter Baskets A limited number of Easter bas kets will be given by the Anne Arun del County Chapter of the Red Cros j j lo children w*ho otherwise wou'd have no Easter remembrances. The bas kets have teen given by Louis Lott, I the confectioner of Randall street, , and they will be filled by the Red , Cross. “GLORIA” STILL SILENT AS TOJORCE SUIT :St Tn AaoHttf4 PrfM.) LOS ANGELES. CALIF., Mar. 29 - Gloria Swanson, motion picture act- > ress, sued for divorce yesterday by ! Herlert K. Somtorn. who charged her with desertion, had made no , statement on the suit today, but j friends recalled heT declaration after her separation nearly two years ago that she was “through with married life” and would devote her life to her child and the films. Soral orn followed Miss Swanson's i example and made no statement lift i his attorney declared that there would le “no soasational testimony.” NAVY BALL TOSSERS LEAVING TODAY FOR SONNY SOOTH lAUNT The Navy laselall team which made a gratifying showing in their opening game of the season yester day afternoon defeating Syracuse. 14 to 10. will leave Annapolis at 6:50 this afternoon bound for a southern trip of three days during which three games will be played. It is the first jaunt of an extensive nature a Navy team has ever taken. Tomorrow the sailor lads will figure in a double-header, playing North Carolina State at Raleigh in 'the morning and going from there to Wil son. to play University of North Caro lina. in the afternoon. Saturday the University of Richmond will be met at Richmond, Va. Twenty-two midshipmen comprise the party to make the trip and they will be under the charge of Com mander Henry D. Cooke, in additior to the staff of coaches. ANNUAL MEETING OF ARK AND DOVE SOCIETY The 289th anniversay of the Found ing of the Province of Maryland will l e commemorated next Tuesday eve ning, April 3, by the Society of the Ark and the Dove at the Southern Hotel, in Baltimore. There will be addresses by Attorney-General Alex ander Armstrong anck representatives of other organizations on “Proper preparation for commemorating in 1934 the 300th anniversary of plant ing the Province of Maryland.” The Rev. James M. Magruder, of Hoekle: Hall, is Governor of the Society. Immediately before the assembly the annual meeting of the Society for the election of officers WiH--fec ■ heh - at 7:45 p. m. Marriage Licenses RUSS-KlNG—Wiliam O. Russ, 28; E. Carrie King. 19; both of Baltimore citv. WOOD - BURROWS Merton H. Wood, 25; Helen H. Burrows, 18; both of Baltimore city. SPECIAL EASTER MUSIC AT CALVARY CHURCH Special Easter musical programs will be rendered at loth services a Calvary Methodist Episcopal Church State Circle, next Sunday. At tlr morning service there will tea ’cellc and organ recital from 10:45 to 11 o'clock. Miss Smoot, the very popu lar ’cello player, will play with Prof Charles H. Rawlins at the organ. The church choir under the direc tion of W. Morris Peldmeyer will render several Easter anthems. At night, beginning at 8 o’clock, the church choir will render Louis Spohr’s great oratorio, “The Las; Judgment.” The evening service will te entire ly a musical program, while in the morning an Easter sermon will b< delivered by the pastor. Dr. H. W Burgan. Strange And White Team Loses 3 In Rqw Strange and White Company bowl ers were overwhelmed by the team of Company “M” in last night’**, contest of the Annapolis Bowling League series. The soldier boys cleaned up in all three games of the match, and their margin of victory was 102 pins. Tonight Strange and W’hite are booked for another game with the rollers from St. Margaret’s. These two teams met a few days ago in a contest deferred from a previous date, but tonight’s match is one of the regu lar schedule. Eastport Firemen Seek Funds To Pay Chauffeur Members of the volunteer fire com pany of Eastport are actively at work in all directions to help raise suffi cient funds to pay tlJe silary of a regular chauffeur and caretaker of the fire truck which the company pur chased some time ago. "fhe firemen S appealed to the county authorities for an appropriation to this fund, but the Board of Commissioners are without authority in the premises except by legislative act. A sut scription fund was subsequently started, and a num ier rf contril utions have teen made to it. Now the fire laddies have ar ranged with the management of the Circle Playhouse to show the exciting moving picture “The Third Alarm” at the Playhouse on April 16 and 17. i CLOSE FRIEND OF j DOT KEENAN HELD Albert Guimares, Also Arrested; Day After Crime, To Await Investigation NEW YORK, Mar. 29.—Albert GuT mares, close friend of Dorothy Kee nan. the slain model, who was ar rested the day after her murder charged with carrying weapons with- j out a permit was held in $2,600 bail! today for examination April 15. A pistol was frund in his satchel r.t the hotel. Guimares has denied knowledge c. j the crime, although admitting he wr on friendly terms with the model, who had given him presents, includ ing a costly fur coat. \ Rtotesbiry’s Keesill Invitations PHILADELPHIA. PA., Mar. 29. M ! was learned today that invitations to I a number of social affairs planned; by members of the Stotesluiry fair •lv have been recalled, following the disclosure of the Identity of “Mr. Marshall” as John Kearsley Mitchell, son-in-law of E. T. Stotesbury. wealthy financier of Philadelphia. James H. R. Cromwell, stepson c t ' Mr. Stotesbury. and his wife, have! recalled invitations to a large da net , which wag to have been held Apr 1 i 6. Preceding this dance Mr. and Mr Stotesbury, Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Hutchinson planned to give large /tinner parlies, invitations for which also have 1 eon recalled. Mrs. Hutchinson Is a sis ter of Mrs. Mitchell. more m lies j GIT IMAGE INCREASE (By Th .\iafM'lat<l PrM.) SALEM, MASS.. Mar. 29. ~he Xaumkeag Steam Cotton Company to dsy announced an advance in wage* of approximately 12% por cent, for the 2.100 operatives ~in its mills here and at Peabody. HENDERSON, N. C. —Four cotton mills of the Heflderson and Harriet chain today announced a wage in crease of approximately 15 per cent., effective April 3. Two thousand em ployees will be affected. ALLIES AND TURKS TO RESUME NEGOTIATIONS <H Th AatiM'lilrit Prrni*.) GENEVA, Mar. 29.—The p**aee ne gotiations between the Allies and Turkish will be resumed at Lausanne sometime between April 15 and 20. This announcement was made today by the secretaries which the powers left at Lausanne at the conclusion of the conference. Preacher At Second Union Week Service . I A large attendance characterized] the second union Passion Week serv ice last night at the Trinity Metho dist Episcopal Church (South). Rev. Dr. E. L. Wolff, presiding Elder of the Baltimore District, was the preacher. Tonight the service will be hel l at First Presbyterian Church, Rev. Dr. John S. Sowers, of College Avenue Baptist Church, to be the speaker. Tomorrow—Good Friday night—the services will be concluded at Calvary Methodist Episcopal Church, State Circle. The speaker will be the Rev. A. E. Owens. o § j Easter Flowers! I o __ a g 0 Complete line of POT- i TED PLANTS AND i CUT FLOWERS for f Easter. . I t = | S ...THE... ? | Annapolis Flower Shop | 67 MARYLAND AVE. $ o Ftowers By Wire Anywhere <;* • • ' , : jk # I THE WEATHER: * Fair and much warm er tonight. Friday cloudy and warmer. COMPREHENSIVE LOCAL AND QINIEAL MBVL PRICE TWO CENTS HEAVY HITTING ! MARKS VICTORY OVER SYRACUSE Frigid Weather Attends Open ing Of Baseball Season Here, Navy Downing Orange Team By 14 To 10—Wilson Tosses First Ball. BITING COLD DROVE SPECTATORS TO COVER Opening the baseball season yesterday afternoon, the midship men won from Syracuse I’niver "itv after a hard’fight. II to 10. ; 1 laved in weather conditions that were far more suitable for football, a biting northwest wind sweeping the diamond, loose 1 work marked the fielding of both I at stages, I his was not unexpected. Players and specta tors alike suffered, nearly all of the latter being forced to leave the stands. It was a free hitting contest in which the middies got . the better of it. Ni*y I siml Three Pitcher* The home team used three pitch ers. Kelly did well in the first threo innings. Peterson lasted only ono j inning, being touched up for four drives, one of which was a triple. Neimeler also was hit quite hard, hut steaded down in the eighth and ninth frames, when a rally by the Syracusans seemed imminent. (Sranai | for the Orange team, twirled good enough for the early season, but was | rather poorly supported in a cou | l’le of innings. He was a bit wild |ln the first two sessions, however, when he hit one batsman, passed an other, and was hit fcr a double and two singles which enabled the sai lors to collect four runs. Visitor* (oilher Kiiiin The visitors tallied once in the third, and collected live more in the fourth on a triple, three singles and poor fielding by Navy. This gave them a two-run advantage. Hut the sailors came back in the same stanza and gathered a quartette of tallies. From then on the naval lads held command of the situation. A home run drive by Frugene, of 3yracuse, to deep left in the eighth was the batting feature of the game. Harry Harris, Navy’s centre fielder, suffered a sprained ankle when he caught Harry’s fly in the eighth. Ho was observed stubbing his toe, and tetter, but gathered the ball In nev ertheless. Then he keeled over and had to be assisted to the dugout. Mc- Kee replaced him. Fan* Shivered In Stand* For nearly two and a half hours spectators sat shivering through the performance. Women were envelop ed in iurs, men wore heavy overcoats (Cnnt Inii-rt On Puff ei WEST VA. MIDDY DEAD;. ILL SEVERAL MONTHS Midshipman H. H. Babcock, of Charleston, W. Va., Third Class, died at the Naval Hospital here shortly af ter 8 o’clock this morning, following a protracted illness of complications that developed from pneumonia. He had been ill over theree months. His parents were with him when be died. His body will be taken to his former home at Charleston for burial, leav ing this evening.