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SERIES OF BOWLING
OANIES NEARS CLOSE
Strange. And White Downs
Postoflfice—Former To Roll
Elks In Final Thursday
FOR AWARD OF PRIZES
The sc*rit*s of duckpfn Raines be-'
t sreen teams of the Annapolis Bowl
ing League reached a semi-climax
last night when the team of Strange
ami White Company defeated Post
office, two out of three games, but by
the close margin of 11 pins. None
of tlie bowlers showed special form!
and as a result the snores generally
were low. The team totals were: j
Strange and White, 1,345; Postoffice,
1.334.
Final Conte*! Thursday
Thursday night the tinul contest of
the series will be rolled. It will !
let ween the Elks and Strange nt!
White. The Klks have captured the
league championship. Arrangements
now are teing made for the jires#n
tatlon of the silver living cup to tin
winning team, and a stock pin to
the bowler making the highest Indi
vidual score. This will be determin
ed by Thursday night’s match. It is
planned to have the presentations
HSk
Star : Theatre
CIIANGK or IMCTt'KKH OAII.Y
TODAY
4-Good Pictures-4
EPISODE No. t
“Go Get Him Hutch”
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PATHK Mitts KKKLi PATHK
COMKIJY
Thursday* Friday* Saturday
BIG TIME VODAVIL
“TEPOO”
And her Company of S People will |
produee a rlo( of lainrhler
HfKt lAI. AIIIIKII ATTKAt TION
Till RSI)AY
HOI Ml No. *
“Leather Pushers”
tv lilt ICKOIN Al.il UKANY
C’KNTIRY TVVO-KKKI, COMKIIY
FRIDAY
E0 N CIIA NE Y
“ACE OF HEARTS”
SATIKDAY
Hlg Western Piet tire
TUESDAY, APRIL 17
Ktlirt*
I'KAltl, WHITE
“PLUNDER”
A tlln Nrrlul
THE RIDOUT COMPANY
RETIRING SALE IS NOW ON
Entire Stock Must Be Sold
Consisting of Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing and
Floor Coverings
IC. CORNER RIDOUT, W. MEADE HOLLADAY,
\ Trustees of The Ridout Company,
209 Main Street.
made Ju connection with a supper in I
the Community Hall at St. Margar-j
et's.
The scores of last night's contest
and the team standing to date fol
low': '
Strange and White. Total
White. . ~..104 93 81 278
Strange 80 S 3 90 268
Brady 101 74 87 262
W. Mus'e'rn’nltKJ 80 93 273
J. Miis'e'm’n. 82 80 102 264
Total. . ..*467 425 453 1345
Postoffice. • Total
| Keppler... .. 87 87 87 261
Hinton 95 84 88 267
Clomens. . .. 81 84 HIS 273
Miller 80 81 90 251
Mess 89 83 110 282
Total 432 419 453 1334 j
Standing Of The Teams s
Team W. L. Pet. ]
Elks 22 5 .814
Company “M” 15 15 .500
Post office 14 16 .466
St. Margaret's... .14 16 .466 .
| American Legion.. 12 18 .400
Strange & White. 10 17 .370
Wage Raise For Paper Workers
(Ujr The AiMiTialrd
NEW YORK, Apr 11. The Inter
national Paper Company today an
tounced a general wage Increase in
all its mills effective April 15. De
tails of the increase are. being work
ed out ami will be made public in a
few /lays, It was stated at the offices
of the company.
_ *•
JT?" Advertising in The Evening
i I'npitnl brings results.
■ ——^
C. W. Tucker & Son
ROOFERS
H|in>ittnic, Slifd MWiit and Work.
Mote noil Furuare Itepiilrtiig,
PHONE 52-J.
L /
JELW.BROOKS &CO. ?
CHAR. NELSON BROOKS
PAINTING DECORATING
PAPER HANGING
' lillbUm Cheerfully rnmlit4.
is—
Color irliMnn for lurnttnre pilnllnit, |
| j t iholntorln* and Gold Lino Work, j
UVk IIKAN HT. PHONE *44-W.^
Taxi service
DAY AND NIGHT
TELEPHONE Ht
EUGENE WELLBORN
SO FRANKLIN SITU M
llltl
iripri f playhquse — nqw playing)
p\w. .I iTj Wednesday—One Day, April 11
SOMETHING NEW!
. tlier ' SOMETHING BIG!
n Attractions: something different’, JHUWS
k TH £ BISHOP of at7 and 9
L FOX TKAVF.AnU.S JHE OZARKS” IT Ip
w koikei becks , Usual rrices 1
The rrtiHhing drama of a FiKhtlntr rurtoT who met ; j
JLo| „ SYNCOPATED oree with foree—anti won regeneration ami Impplnew** I IDO CQ A jd
.......... . for himself and lastinK love for the beautiful irllrl who | ■
EORt HhSTRA helned him. g
COMING-TOMORROW (THURSDAY) “SILAS MARNER” |
V~— „?
THE cvrorofe dWTAfc MARYLAND. WEDNESDAY, AFRTT. 11. 1053.
H. S. Sophs Capture
Honors On Court
ndry rfterfcoon the strong quints
c the favorite F'resLmien and Sopho
n ore sections clashed in their last
f :me decide the championship of
t'.e twro lower classes The second
y *ar boys nosed out the younger ones
1 ' a 5 to 4 count. Bryant, Callahan
t ad Captain Boettcher starred for the
% inners Callahan and Boettcher
t iging the two goals, while Loungo
r iged two for the losers. The Bne
tp and summary:
Sophomore 10-B—F. Callahan, left
firward; X. Boettcher (captain). |
r ght forward; T. Kurtz, center; W ,
Y/est, right guard; W. Bryant, lefts
guard.
| Freshmen 9-C and D.—Sohnto, left
forward; Lynch, right forward; C ■
, Trader, center; Myers, right guard;]
I Ixmngo, lert guard.
Substitution: Rawlings for \Y< s‘
| Goals—Callahan, Boettcher, Luopgoj
(2). Foul goals—Boettcher (1 in 1) 1
| Umpire, Kotzen, A. H. S.; rtferee
j Thompson, P. A. L.
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Advertise In the Evening CanH-il.
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REPUBLIC THEATRE
A DOUBLE BILL
j TODAY and TOMORROW
MATINEE AM) EVENING
THE IDOL OF AMERICAN QI JCTCD
BEAI'TY CRITICS DUj 1 ILIX
KATHERINE KEATON
McDonald
'"s.'i’.Z SX™ “The Blacksmith”
ql"' ii ~ A Classy Comedy
White Shoulders that will keep you
“White shoulders’* dazzles with laughing from start
drama —with romance, and the £ .
intrigue of Southern courtship. to tiniSrl.
i
Coming! Friday Saturday Coming!
RODOLPH VALENTINO
“THE YOUNG RAJAH”
College Baseball Sports
At Philadelphia—Villa Nova. 11;
University of Vermont, 6.
At Philadelphia University of,
Pennsylvania. 8; Catholic Univer
sity, 6.
At Greensboro. N. C. —North Caro
lina State, 5; Guilford College. 3.
At Athens, Ga. Trinity, 2;
Georgia 1.
At Charlottesville, Va. Virginia
10; Cornell, 6.
At Columbia, S. C. —Wofford, 10;
University of South Carolina, 4.
At Lexington. Va. Richmond. 6;
Washington and Lee. 1.
Tlh ijgh he was in no hurry, he
Was hitting sixty-five;
And that is why the poor dumbbell
No longer is alive.
rOLDS
of head or chest are more easily
treated externally with—
VICKS
V VA.RO R U 3
Goer 17 Million Jon Used Ycar*v
“COLD IX THE HEAD'*
Is an acute attack of Nasal Catarrh j
Those subject to frequent "colds” are,
generally in a “run down" condition
HALL’S CATARRH MEDICINE is a
treatment consisting of an Ointment
to be used locally, aqd a Tonic, which
acts quickly through the Blood on the
Mucous Surfaces, building up the Sys
tem. and making you less liable to
“colds.”
Sold by druggists for over 40 years
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.—Adv.
Advertise In The Evening Capital.
f HOOSIER Joi|
Will Make Your ■
Work Easier • .
DON’T DELAY i'|B|iS£S j.
Come in at Once i
and Learn How ' ™ Br y 1
Are you one of the many women with a SpScicll J) 111*1 II
kitchen that is sapping your strength with- * _ ’ *
out your knowing it? Come in tomorrow anti VJITCat
lint! out. We’re having a special demonstra
tion of the labor-saving HOOSIER cabinet, Speolnl frni'. b* i.kh
..... 7 n linosiMi in \i i \
during which we are showing women many
important ihort-cuts in the kitchen. k Q 11 FI
Whether you intend to buy a kitchen cabi- ** OUlclll j KICII
net or not, it will pay you to come in and Delivers Yoir‘
learn these secrets of easier kitchen-wortc. *
You’ll be under no obligation to buv. Hflfjxl D
■ Free [fflii,,
To Women Who Call Dur- .. ii jfj
i ing This Sale
This wonderful cleaner “ “ “ -
* s particularly effective
for cleaning the satiny During this special .1. n
i ■ ■ surface of the HOOSIER tion sale we include
■ I IMnoi™ mTakiCD Cabinet and other furnl- HOOSIER REALTY tie
A uLt®***® I * l,re having a fine, smooth 10-piece Dexter Dome S'
0 CivfSji finish; also unexcelled for Kitchen Set (shown ;tl
(( cLti*\ pajigßr I atli tubs, hardwood also include as regular . .
cuk* fi°ors, windows, alunii- 14 pieces of crystal gia
iv num > silver, etc. eluding spice jars. < off ■ y ;
**— fu, l-sired half-pint jar, salt boat, and four
,wl * *"*“• **•’* can, regularly rotailing air-tight containers
Itv. ’ 2sc—enough to clean foods, such as Lean-.
>■=. -r~” 2jo square feet of wood- v crackers etc
x work —will be given ab
solutely FREE to women Each of those 21 pi. i
who come in for a 1100- vided with a special p
A 25c Can of SIER demonstration HOOSIER. They an
HOOSIER Come, even if you Ip ®d quality and unriva!. utilh I
CLEANER have no intention of pur- Included a t no extra ,
• Sj} l! iere * s COSI- SIER’S low cash pric. i
FREE minvHrrv ni2r OBLIGA- sible by production in th v r
lION TO BL\. greatest exclusive caJ •. j. • :
—prevails.
McCREADY & COMPANY
H , FRANCIS STREET AT MAIN
FOR SALE!
. i
Two old Mahogany Chests of
Drawers, 1 large Rosewood Sofa
2 Chairs, 1 Mirror with Mahogany
frame; all in good candition.
Can be seen any time at
John D. Dull & Sons
53 fornhill St. Phone 227.
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The F.xv> p... . , 'H
Quick Lunch t Har. t C- r- A ;
RichMiik.MaltedGr v 9
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