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INCITE UJ. EMPLOTEESj (l iy Thr AMwlilnl I're-.) WASHINGTON, D. C.. Apr. 10— A plan for implanting revolutionary doc trines within the government depart ments was declared today by the po lice to have been disclosed by persons seized In a raid daring which seven men were arrested. A letter, which the authorities say was addressed to Edward Irvine, one of the men held signed by William W. Mamstona, and dispatched on March 22 from the Workers’ Party of Ametbril in New York, told of the hopes held for con verting government workers to revo lution. Other leMers seized, the authorities said, contained plans for a May day outbreak. Penciled memoranda ap parently prepared for the purpose of speeches held high praise for Leniw and Trotzky, but criticized them foi lieing too mild an<l lacking the visior to go far enough. The “hobo,” as at institution, also came in for consider able praise and sympathy. AMERICANS SPENT SI 00,000,008, IN NEAR EASTRELIEF WORK CONSTANTINOPLE. Mar. 15. <H Mall.) More than $100,000,000 hat been given by the American peoph und government for the relief o exiled subject races In the Near Eas rince the armistice. Upward of 5,000. 000 persons have been beneficiaries o this American charity. At least 250,- 000 children are alive and safe today because they are under the protectior of Americana. In almost every cor ner of Turkey, the Caucasus, South ern Russia, Greece and the Aegean Is lands the stars and stripes tiout ove relief stations where food, medicine* nnd clothing from America's generoui families are dispensed to the destl tute ami sick. Most of Europe's suffering ende* with the armistice of 1918. but thost of the Near East set in during tho in tervening period. It is for this rea son that organizations like the Ameri can Hod Cross, American Near Eas Relief, American Relief Adinlnietra tlon and the Y. M. C. A. decided t< continue their activities in this sore ly-trled part of the world until peact should restore the normal processe of life. liU22 the American Near East die lief Organization in Turkey, Greece and the Caucasus revived from th- United States <57,256,000 pounds of re lief supplies, valued at $5,000,000. / total of 42,552,000 pounds of corn grits, contributed by America’s farm ern ami valued at more than half t million dollars were distributed Nearly 17.000,000 pounds of flour donated by the American people am worth $4114,417, were apportionei among the needy. Of old clothes th* organization received 3,347,114 pound* from the United States, valued at $2. 500.000. Ten million rations of con donsed milk, valued at $8,189,92$ wore given to mothers and babies. This society is now engaged in re moving tens of thousands of parent less. Christian children from the in terior of Asia Minor to places o' safety in Greece and the Aegean Is lands. The orphans are being hrough out byway of the Black Sea and Medi terranean ports under the direction o American men and women, who hav* suffered great privations in the deei snows and bitter cold of the Anatoltai mountains.* Several of their numbe have perished from exposure. In Alexandropol the American* have the largest orphanage in th* world. Twenty-one thousand boyr and girls, # whose parents succumbed to the war, famine ami disease thal have afflicted Asia Minor for the lasi eleven years, are sheltered, educated fed and clothed through the bounty o Americans at home. The children arc being taught the trade of their choice in an effort to make them useful, self supporting men and women. Nc *ol*ll part of the money for their sup port has come from unselfish boys and girls in the United States, who hav* given their nickels and dimes in order that these less fortunate children might be happier in their childhood ami more useful in their maturity. Tcrlflf Aof To V fleet Sugar *lv Th> Xkiodailril I'r •.) WASHINGTON, D. U.. Apr. 10 President Harding has received infor mal assurances from the tariff com mission that the new tariff law has had no effect on the price of sugar and ir was Indicated at the White House today that the commission would confer with him. MMCLiST STUFFED-DP HEAD Instantly Opens Every Air Pas sage—Clears Throat , If your nostrils are clogged and I your head is stuffed because of j catarrh or a cold, apply a little pure I antiseptic cream into your nostrils, i: I penetrates through every air passage.) *oo;hing and healing swollen, in-j named membranes and vou get in-1 atant relief. p l l ry o thlß Got 8 Bmal l bottle of | You! Hl \ Ra,m at Bn >’ <*™g I vour heart*** 1 "° stnlß °P en ri <? h t up; **3s <V j : ELKS’ BOWLERS HARO PUSHED BY LEGION IN LAST NIGHT'S MATCH Tho Elks continued their winning sfreak in the Annapolis Bowling League series of gaiffeg last night, al- j though they were given a stiff rubj by the team representing the Atner- s Iran Legion. The lodge men took j two out of the three games, and won) out by 43 pins. The team scores] were: Elks, 1.473; Legion, 1.428.1 Taylor of the Elks rolled high indi-j vidua] score, 311, and Tucker, also; of the lodge men was second, only j >no pin behind. Tonight the postof flee team will roll Strauge and White. American Legion. Total La Joy e 91 89 97 277 Myers 85 102 91 278 Fortna 89 92 95 276 Darden 104 96 102 302 Dawes 91 93 106 295 Total 460 477 491 1428 Elks. - * Total Parkinson.. .93 86 93 272 Baker. . . 92 95 99 286 Tucker 97 96 117 3lO Taylor 104 97 110 3ll Levy 89 89 116 294 Total.. . .475 463 535 1473 Standing Of Teams Team W. L. Pet. Elks 22 5 .814 Company “M” ....J5 15 .500 Postofflce 13 34 .481 St. Margaret's... .14 16 .466 American Legion..l2 18 .400 Strange & White.. 8 16 .333 College Baseball Scores At Cambridge, Mass.—Harvard, 6; Connecticut Aggies. 5. At New York—Dartmouth, 7; Co lumbia. 4. At Lafayette, Ind.—Notre Dame, 3; Purdue, 0. At Blacksburg, Va.—Virginia Poly technic Institute, 3; Lynchburg Col lege, 2. At Nashville, Tonn.—Vanderbilt, 14; Michigan, 2. At College Park —Maryland, 8; Ver mont, 7. “Well, well, if it isn’t you, Mrs. Hennessy! And how have you been ill this time?” Mrs. Hennessy— "Sure. I'm like the average—seldom *ick and never well.” —Life. _________________________________ | *\ I C. W. Tucker & Son ROOFERS Npenttn*, Stiff* Mi-till mill Slnlr Work. Move anil Furnace KeimirinK. PHONE 52. J. L - i ■■■■■■— '■■■■ 1 ■ ■ ■—■ i SAMUEL W. BROOKS l CO.ll CHAN. NELSON BROOKS PAINTING DECORATING PAPER HANGING : Eatimatea Cheerfully Furnished. —ll— arhemea fur furniture painting*. Upholaterlng and (Sold Lina Work, j j l*H IIKAB ST. PHONE 544-IV. 1 - =? TAXI SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT TELEPHONE* 969 EUGENE WELLBORN SO FRANKLIN STREET hl9 H*l— 1 Star : Theatre CHANGE or PICTI’RKS DAILY TODAY 4-Good Pictures-4 EPISODE No. 5 “Social Buccaneer” Cnlreraal New* Keel. I nlveeaal Two- Keel Comedy, and a Hl* Western Piet lire: “Blue Blood and Red” Tuesday—Special Attraction! NATHAN HIKSCII PRESKNTS A Chinese Picture! “The Lure of the Orient” two-kkkl comf.dv. Adults, 25c. Children. Ke. j [CIRCLE PLAYHOUSE NOW playing! * 1— * IJUUJL TUESDAY. APRIL 10th. 1923 Amm m- ■ ° H * B ° Y! WHAT % PirT *RK! TOrR LAST CHANCE TO SEE c MARY CARR in “SILVER WINGS” * . A*.h Somebody Alxmt This Fine and Pndj! __ ..... OTHER ATTRACTIONS WILL BE: F. SHOWS AT 7 AND COMEDY, NEWS, AND KOELKERECK'H SYNCOPATED ORCHESTRA “ OF TH£ EVENING CAFTTAL, AWNAPOLTS. MARYLAND. TUESDAY. APRIL 10. 10*3. American History uAY BY DAY Bj T. P. Gree APRIL 10 The Danes defeated the Prussians on April 10. 1849. A force to relieve Fort Sum ter in Charleston Harbor. S. C., sailed from New York on April 10, 1861. Maximilian. Austrian arch duke. accepted crown of Em peror of Mexico on April 10. 1864. Sherman began his “March through Georgia” on April 10, 18C5. Secular power was relin quished by Brigham Young, head of the Mormon Church, on April 10, 1873. 1 Steamship “Titanic” started on fatal voyage from South ampton, England, to New York on April 10, 1912. Dr. Alexis Carrel success fully operated on the heart of an animal on April 10, 1914. HEFfIRTS MANY SALES ’ ON REAL ESTATE MART Charles F. Lee. real estate broker, reports the following sales: Joseph Kuchar has purchased two lots near Homewood from Anna Schmidt. Otto 11. Hlrstins has purchased lot | THE ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY Assets Over .... $2,840,000.00 ORGANIZED IN ISOS The following officers have served this Bank during its existence of 1 18 years: i PRESIDENTS CASHIERS John Muir 1805-1810 Jonathan Pinkney 1805-1828 Henry Hall Harwood. 1810-1836 Samuel Maynard 1828-1836 George Wells 1836-1877 Thomas Franklin 1836r1853 Alexander Randall. . .1877-1881 Richard I. Cowman 1853-1854 John Wirt Randall.. .188V1912 Nicholas Hammond 1854-1868 Ilarry J. Hopkins 1912- liouis Gardner Gassaway. 1868-1889 George Albert Culver 1890-190 C lx)uis Dorsey Gassaway. .1906- 4 Per Cent on Savings Accounts 2 Per Cent, on Checking Accounts ! I The Farmers National Bank OF ANNAPOLIS, MD. i ; ■■■■■■ - REPUBLIC THEATRE A DOUBLE BILL TOMORROW and THURSDAY MATINEE AND EVENING “ — l — l " - H m THE IDOL OF AMERICAN REALTY CRITICS KATHERINE McDonald In George Klhhc Turner's / Saturday Evening Post Serial: “White Shoulders” “White Shoulders” dazzles with drama—with romance, and the intrigue of Southern courtship. TODAY GUY BATES POST “Omar The Tentmaker” THE PHOTO-MARVEL! XarnUrtnl beyond words! Never to fonret the romance of Shiroen. desired of a Shall, loved by a poet. Thousands of players In scenes of grip and grandeur. Added Attraction: Good Comedy. and dwelling on Wells street. East port. from Mrs. Irene P. Thomas. Lloyd B. Suit has purchased a five , acre tract of land near the Three- Mile Oak from Miss Anna E. D. Sell man. Robert E. Lee has purchased a lot In the Boucher sub-division at East port from Miss Hattie E. Stevens. Miss Bessie I). Baker has purchas- I ed a lot on Franklin street at Acton from W. Meade Holladay. Oscar Dawes has purchased a lot on Franklin street at Acton from/W. Meade Holladay. b T. O. Kirhy has purchased two wa-J ter front lots on Weems Creek from the Giddings Estate. J. Carson Boush has purchased four lots at West Annapolis from the Gid dings Estate. Philip Morgan has purchased seven! acres at “Waters Ford” on the Bal timore-Annapelis Boulevard, improv ed by dwelling. W. A. Conrad has purchased a lot from the McGuckian Estate. Harry S. Konchington has purchas ! ed a lot from the McGuckian Estate at West St. Extended. Dr. F. M. Chisolm has purchased "The Lookout” at Edgewater from John H. Schenkel. George Egan has purchased four lots at \Vest Annapolis from the Gid dings Estate. Among the Cannibals Martin-Johnson, famous explorer, is writing a series of thrilling adven ture articles for The Washington Star each Sunday. These are fact stories, each complete in itself. Read thb story next Sunday. April 15. It is a thrilling narrative of life In the waste places. Order your copy from news -dealer today.—(Adv.) BUSTER 1 KEATON —IN— “The Blacksmith” A Classy Comedy that will keep you laughing from start to finish. STOP COUGH FOLLOWING FLU Stop coughs resulting from Flu Grippe, Whooping Cough, Asjhma and Bronchitis with Foley’s Honey ami Tar, “The flu left me with a severe cough which was quickly relieved with Foley’s Honey and Tar,” writes HOOSIER m S Will Make Your i Work Easier DON’T DELAY Come in at Once ' and Learn How Are you one of the many women with a kitchen that is sapping your strength with out your knowing it? Come in tomorrow and find out. We’re having a special demonstra tion of the labor-saving HOOSIER cabinet, during which we are showing women many important short-cuts in the kitchen. Whether you intend to buy a kitchen cabi net or not, it will pay you to come in and learn these secrets of easier kitchen-work. You’ll be under no obligation to buy. Free To Women Who Call Dur ing This Sale I ' . This wonderful cleaner 's 0 ?"- * '“*h * s particularly effective for cleaning the satiny rjayCsurface of the HOOSIER i Cabinet and other furnt iLcs... s* also unexcelled for j tuljS * hardwood ;*X$NyiV A ,T .)) /ffixy floors, windows, alumi num, silver, etc. wL. A full-sized half-pint fr* can, regularly retailing a-J for 25c—enough to clean >/- —250 square feet of wood ~ work—will be given ab solutely FREE to women who come in for a HOO- A 25c Can of SIER demonstration. HOOSIER Come, even if you CLEANER liave no intention of pur chasing. There is POSI FREE TIVELY NO OULIGA TION TO BUY. ' McGREADY & COMPANY FRANCIS STREET AT MAIN 3 llfl® I 1 f jm" M Jane Sugar CancSu2Jr j j |9S convenience i oranu,ated a,a " uia " d ! \ |j you’ll enjov, I 1 Cane Sugar Products 3 gives you a wonderful | | exceptional quality; important— | I DominoSugar-Honey Every woutan „i!l appreciate our Sugar and Domino Cinna* Etiquette Chart and the helpful book of ■non and Sugar for ..°n?£?iS£ StS'. spreadsandpreparing 2 desserts that are * a jj* * r ffe*upon request, especially pleasing. I American Sugar Refining Company I “Sweeten it with Domino ” Powdered ’ Confectioners. Brown: /& ' 001400 J yrup; cnn amon and Sugar; Sugar-Honey; Molasses /$T I Mrs. K. D. Drake, Childs. MU. A few cents worth of Foley's Honey and Tar will offset serious diseases by check ing your coughs and colds, saving you many dollars. Contains no opiates ingredients printed on wrapper. In sist upon Fdiey’s. Refuse Substitutes (.\dv ) Teacher—Did < belong to the Amu Navy Junior He i Array man. ’cause i \ have crossed the p, up in a boat. .\ !V ; \ E j.. I j Special During Thi Great Saie Special terms to each pn |. , M . r a HOOSILR m u | \ A Small Paymer Delivers Your HOOSIER Wf ■PWCfe During this special tii-im nst; tion sale wo include uith <.< HOOSIER BEAUTY tlu ; 10-plece Dexter Dome -tsivn Kitchen Set (shown alovi i \ ijsc include as regular ejirpnif 14 pieces of crystal gla .-ware, i eluding spice jars, coffee j.r t jar, salt boat, and four !mi. air-tight containers for i foods, such as Lean . hor: :■ crackers, etc. Each of these 21 pit i p vitled with a special pl,n< in t HOOSIER. They are of n• \re ed quality and unrivaled tii iiy Included at no extra t >t Hr SlElt’S low cash prirc mail' ; khle by production in tin- v. r; greatest exclusive cabimt iartu —prevails.