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REVENGE FOR DEFEAT’ BY STRANGE 8 WHITE Strange and White Company's! lowling team again went down toj defeat at duckping In the Annapolis j fowling League’** series of games. ! This time the team of St. Margaret’* turned the trick, taking two out of three games, and thereby avenged the defeat suffered at the hands of their opponents a few days ago. The I owl ing Inst night was scarcely more than mediocre, the highest individual - ■ —— ■ —BH Star : Theatre i ciiam.ic or eictiKKs i\ii,v TOI> AY OSCAR MiniELVLX PRESENTS lllg Colored Picture in Seven lg Keels! “THE DUNGEON” Addl'd Attraction: Two-llt-cl Comedy < “TilK MIDNIGHT GIRL" Adults, Mr. Chlldrrn. Ur NATLRDAY Vodavil Show 5-A 11-Star Cast Acts-5 “itntYulo Kill” Century Comedy. Adults, Mr. Children, tie. ' MONDAY A Special Program! Three Show*--6, 7.45, 9.15 ‘The Dantes’ Infernal’ (Tile Poet's Conception of llel!) KPIMOItK No. t “Social nm vNKKir TWO-KEKI. (OMKIIY Adultn, 25c. Children, 10c. REPUBLIC THEATRE TODAY and TOMORROW “The Old Homestead” A Paramount Picture * WITH THEODORE ROBERTS GEORGE FAWCETT, T. ROY BARNES, HARRISON FORD and FRITZI RIDGWAY An emotional cyclone: a tornado of laughs, an avalanche of thrills. Adapted from Denman Thompson’s play by Perley Poore Sheehan and Frank Woods. ' Humming Bird Hosiery Exclusively at “The Fashion" rJMljmm the Best Quality Pure Silk Stock 'r \ ing that can be bought at this And Guaranteed We do not use comparative prices, g 1 II but everyone who knows hosiery y values, will realize that we are offering the finest silk hosiery on J mar^et * "Humming Bird” Jlummin&fjlm guaranteed at such an attractive * HOSIERY low price. B “Easter Fashions” THE NEWEST FASHIONS IN CHOICEST QUALI TIES AND BEST VALUES IN WEARING APPAREL IS HERE AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES. Suits, Coats, Wraos, Caqes, Dresses, Skirts, Blouses, Silk Sweawi * and millinery. d%c*/hd/ucn/ 55-57-59 MARYLAND AVENUE | score for the three games being that !of John Mustenuan, 277. St. Mar garet’s will take on the FostoCice j team tonight. As briefly stated in yesterday’s | Capital, Strange and White lost three j gamed to Company "M” Wednesday I night. The scores of the two contests and the league standing to date fol lows: Scores last night's game: • St. Margaret’s. Total F. Kidout ...89 94 S 3 263 C. Warren ..88 94 81 26.1 Z. Duvall.... 86 93 94 273 O. Macey 82 M 4 83 269 C. Duvall... 91 83 79 253 Total. . ...435 468 422 1326 Strange & White. Total C. White.... 89 89 94 272 R. T. Strange 74 78 80 232 J A. Brady. 92 92 84 268 W. Mus’e’m’n 88* 87 92 267 J. Mus’e’m’n. 90 106 81 277 Total 433 432 431 .1316 Score Wednesday night’s game: Strange A: White. Total C. White 103 97 95 295 R. T. strange 75 80 83 238 J. Brady..'.. 70 85 83 238 W. Mus’e’m’n 79 94 91 264 J. Mus’e’m’n 77 102 99 278 Total 404 458 451 1313 Company “M.” Total Anderson. . . 85 85 98 268 * Catlin 100 90 121 3ll Meyette 97 86 87 270 Lewis 100 108 9Cj 303 Dadds 79 91 93 263 Total 461 460 494 1415 Standing Of Teams Team W. L. Pet. Elks 17 4 .809 Company ”M”. . ..13 11 .541 Postofflce. : 11 10 .523 St. Margaret’s.. .12 12 .500 Strange & White.. 7 14 .333 American Legion.. 6 15 .285 M 'WVhat do you think is the cause of jso many unhappy marriages?” ‘‘Too ninny people are. married before they get sense enough to stay single." Marble and Granite Monuments, Markers, etc. E. AVERY Residence and Yard: 493 Severn Ave. (Between stli and Gtli St a ) • On request will call with samplea and designs. Telephone No. li'-M Annapolis. I KAXTI’OItT, Ml. a29 THE EVENTNf! CAPITAL, ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND, FRIDAY. MARCH SO, 1023 College Baseball Scores t Tc.Llngtoa—Georgetown. 21; rac re. 1. At Durham. Nv C.—New York Unl- I versity. 4; Trinity. 17. At Charlottesville. Va.—University of Virginia, 14; Amherst College. 6. At Ashland. Va.—Holy Cross, IS; Randolph-Macon, 2. At Atlanta, Ga. —Penn State, 2; Georgia Tech, 14. At Athens, Ga.—Pennsylvania, C; | University of Georgia, 1. At Charlottesville, Vgu—University of Virginia, 14; Amherst (Mass 1 College, 6. At Ashland. Va. Holy Cross, 18; Randolph Macon. 2. Directions for washing children: Don't soak overnight, just add a little Blue Devil to the water. —Three Ris ers. Mich.. “Daily Commercial.” TAXI SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT TELEPHONE 969 EUGENE WELLBORN SO FRANKLIN street a lit SAMUEL W.' BROOKS & CO.T (HAS. NELHON HKOOKS PAINTING DECORATING PAPER HANGING ’ —it— tiliasln Cheerfully rurutitet. '' Color •rheme* fur furniture pointing*. ' Cpbolhterlng and hold I.lne Work. j lH IVKAN HT. rilON’E 544-W 1 C. W. Tucker & Son ROOFERS Spouting, Sheet Metal anil Slate Work. Stove and Furnace Repairing. PHONE 52-J. ' ■ * i [j*3] :::::: : : : : : ; : : : . —• ' ’ * - - - - - - ------ - - - - - - - . . . . MAX SNYDER’S | - 57-59 West St., Annapolis, Md. Opportunity! ? " ? . .. , HrJ ! 'f* t ? - S ?• ~ ? ! “! ••• " Hi' I •••■ ■aHHMßznaniMi . /% .... -v HM . N is*; < i-M l|j The tremendous response to our Pre-Easter Sale f' B | shows that the public of /rwJJv ■ i * Annapolis is wide—awake * kjStfjfr ;: j to the possibilities of eco !:! nomic buying. This sale is still goidg strong, and ' it S ? # I V H“I ever> r day is a day of phe- \l\ nomenal bargains. Be well it i dressed by wearing a pair 8i of our shoes, which are un- |^|s i:j equalled in style, beauty , / v\ \W^\ ?•; ? # j X. It] and durability. Hundreds ? *? f * V • of satisfied customers will - M testify to the unusual val |p . yt x £ Pf ues we are offering you ;ft during this great event. iflS% h*i Hi i j Hti m - ? HHHiiHIHHniHHEKSHnEiISBMK lilt , -. I tin m j *-iM I . H i * ifs-i i|fj ~ 1 fr? =SiiiS LOCAL FOREIGN WAR VETS INSTALL OFFICERS tCoiitlaued From Face I.) At the call for experienced men for the navy he enrolled in the Fleet Na val Reserve. He had command of an armed guard on one of the Texas Oil | Company tankers the “Georgia.” making English channel pons and pip PI p PLAYHOUSE!-NOW PLAYIN l.llxl J ,F. TONIGHT —FRIDAY, MARCH 30th ~ IE - ! 9 Saturday, Matinee and Night-William Russell in “Mixe i Fact f "PIuHTIXV Itl.OOli," II\KOI,I> 1.1.0YH INI) \KMII"h I till f - & ig Ipi i § jfj F] Mcn’-y and Tuesday—John Gilbert in “MONTE CRIST ® Wed. and Thurs.—Ethel Clayton in “Can A Woman Love Twi< , i j later on duty at Brest. France, with i the supervisor of bar!or. having at-; talned the grade of lieutenant. The other officers of the Post have seen service with the navy and army in France; some are now in the service, others in tlie reserve. The Ladies’ Auxiliary members are mothers, wives, s'sters and daughters not less than 16 years of Ss3'V rv Free! 4 For Saturday only we are giving yjgg 1 to each customer purchasing ft SIO.OO or more of our merchan *\ dise, a handsome and decorated #& Easter basket, filled with the fiSt* choicest of candies. \ou will ? : XV va^ue one of these baskets as f typifying the Easter spirit. * jR Free! ;gf j£3fkwKß Thrift! | age. of those eligible for member ship In the Post. Irate Customer—l bought a car of vou several weeks ago. and you said If anything went wrong you'd supply the broken parts. Dealer—Yes. Irate Customer—l d like to get a nose, a shoulder blade and a big toe. —Mani- toba Free Press. Pru'sf i MOSCOW, v ... tetice recent 1> • . Zepliak. head ,u Church in Russia. v day to 10 y. ; ,:v strict common . Vicar General !i :> | ency was demon Aihenis, i,, | ; Economj \ 1 hese handsome shoes; vJsfN quite the smartest thing W jA footwear that we have fered in many a day. Everything that the sh f per could desire in :-.hoes jfjjPffi style, comfort and i RFW lOX'** price. It The y are all leaders wrjKti their class fro: lllPf serva tive oxford to 1 W? \9 colonial or strap pumo. ks4j Take advantage of o price concessions today. Wl J jtr ...- M Every person entering o doors receives the best pt gjn sible consideration f° r perfect fit. "I' 't-.-i" 4 * -S 2 r.' ''••' '• ‘ ' 4