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1884 ★ 1923 AISiPOLIS, If D. Published Dally Kirept Sunday by THE CAPITAL PUBLISHING COMPANY THE EVENING CAPITAL la on aal at tbe following placaa: . George W. Jones 32 West Street William icbulti* S 4 Weat Street George J. 74 Maryland A** ■ Cbaa. O, Feidmeyer. 56 Maryland A*4 “Bluet Ml Confet Oonery" King OWP St j Wllllao baker Weat A 'etbr.!t-ai St a W. B A A. Newataud. Hhnrl Line Terminal M. Miner *. 15H Weat Street N. MandHa. Third A Hewn Ave.. Kaati.ort Dr. Charlea FI. Henkel...2l* Maryland Ava. • Martin a lltil>-al Stun-. SHI 'Veal Street ! Hamarna Main A Camlill Sir Dellrerad In Ann*nolle. I'ai|*rt. tier-' aiautown and Weat Anna) ohs l>y earlier j for 4B eetita per month. You ran b.ive lit*- EVEN ING CAPITAL rasHed to yu In >• may from tbe city by leaving your ■ . <• and addreaa at tbe offirt, for <4 .etii* er ntotilli; IS.tai per •ear, payable In adratiee to any poalo(R<*e In the United Htatea .| Canada. Entered at Armaintlla I'oatoflli-e aa Hen<ld'iaaa Matter, ■•■iber ml tka A Mart at eg Trees Tbe Aw lalaf Preaa la earfta glvety entitled to tbe nee for re pnb l< atl- n of all lot* credited te p ey ■( <h tier or tar credited In tbte paper nod atan tbe Irani waa mMhM Barela All rlfltt of M • MbUcafton i apodal ta pnaraea Kerala ore alee wrong — I I ntiiMV, aphii. it. im •Mir mi* i% OMhiih I hr ntitnrtahat aiicirnt aflflMNli-j It.hi that ’’children h>ttl<l Ire* and mA heard." will tv J ><l ml' > ilu Lack ground dttr • in| thr arrk wl April T*t, nhrti the V\rrk” |*ri*tdin d tlu*i local Rotary t Ini* |*ri under way. t hat thr Im>p of Amiajio- Ita arr not untilindful of this op |M*rtiinity for thrm to mount the l>rdetal and rcij;n supreme, hi at tested hy thr interest they are showing in the approaching event. Everything possible is being done by the Rotarians to make “Boys’ Week” a momentous af fair, and no stone will be left un turned in making the hoys rea lize tliat a bpirit of real comrade ship and co-operation is held for them hy their elders. This, in fact, is the significant feature of the occasion, and the whole pro gram has been outlined with the view of indelibly impressing it upon the minds of all the youths of the city. When a hoy realizes that, aside from the deep interest taken in him hy his immediate family, the public at large also is much interested in the progress he is making in fitting himself for the responsibilities of later life, he is likely to take a much more ser ious interest in himself. And there exists no better way of con summating this end than by con crete example—hy older persons forming friendships with the bovs and pointing out to them the worth-while things in life. Ihe average boy always feels prideful when he perceives that liis actions or his remarks have gained the attention of his eld ers. and the sympathetic encour agement extended to him by older persons often exerts a won derful influence in shaping his character. During "Boys’ Week.” and. for that matter, throughout the other days of the year, every grown-up in the city can show their appre ciation of the boys' movement In making friends with the young sters and in other wavs lending a helping hand toward their suc cessful advancement along life’s highway. Such co-operation will be invaluable in developing a bet ter citizenry of the future. >0 PRESS*AGENT NEEDED 1 he suggestion has been made to President Harding that hejdes-i ignate an official government t press agent and attach him to one of the executive departments in W ashington. Ihe suggestion comes from some of Mr. Hard-! ing’s friends who believe bis ad-1 ministration has not been receiv-j ing its full measure of flattering publicity. Their idea is bad. The press agent, an institution which has grown up in the United. States in recent years, ha* almost completely worn out it> usefulness. Newspaper editor have put the ban on him. There is scarcely a newspaper in tin country which does not view with suspicion everything offered to it by a press agent. Ihe press agent in the nature of things must disseminate propaganda • rather than information. And propaganda has outworn its wel- 1 come to the American public. In the government, the press! agent is an especially undesirable component. As a matter of fact, every executive department now possesses an employe whose tunc-} tions are to dispense prepared publicity to newspapers and newspaper correspondents. At waste-basket full of “hand-outs” | is the daily output of these gen jtlemen. Few good newspaper men ever even glance at them. About the only readers are the heads of the departments them selve-', who extract such pleasure as they may from highly lauda tory comments of .their sul>ordi nates who would dare write noth ing of contrary nature. The means for obtaining plenty of publicity is present in every executive department and at the (White House. A press agent is i unnecessary. All that is neces sary is frankness. Once govern ment officials understand that ' fact, their publicity problem will Ihr settled-—the newspapermen j will do the rest. i ( Mhcialdom is always suspi ! cions that frankness might afford opportunity for the discovery of ithings to criticize. As a matter of fact, however, the publicity re sulting would more often re- I dound to the benefit* of the de jpartnuntN discussed, while the iraiikne** would dull the t-dgr of I criticism which secrecy ’always sharpen*. The President’s friends can |>rr-agrnt him best ! *v hiring no press agent. | AIRPLANE REACHES MOTORISTS' CAMP % TW lihHilil fwii) RIAMI FLA, Ape IS As airplane mmt >n with fond For Ton Mvers l motorists teat Bed the Billie Roberts **• at B'SB a. ■ today sad ((Mint ’ Mae members •Ilk four cars. TBe j ! rest • ere )• antes west and were seen by tbe aviators from tbe air } ! I>n tßolr return, the aviators I brought hack A. A. Whitney, of St ! Petersburg 11* aeut all members ot 1 the party were safe, welt and happy -i OLD IN TIIE HEAD” Is an scute attack of Nasal Catarrh Those subject to frequent "colds" are generally In a "run down" condition HALL S CATARRH MEDICINE la a treatment consisting of an Ointment to be used locally, and a Tonic, which acta quickly through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces, building up the Sys tem. and making you lesq liable tc “colds." Sold by druggists for over 40 years F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. O—-Adv : ** i • • - • A M A 4 % J B ✓ t r On The Mountain Top * CLIMB the mountain—stand on the peak—and before you there unfolds a panorama extending as far as your eye can reach. Stay in the valley, and your view is restricted by the surroiftiding hills. This newspaper—properly used—will guide you to the mountain top. Read it and your vision is enlarged. You get a bird s-eye view of world events. You glimpse the doings of the day. Fail to use it, and your view is limited—you remain in ignorance not only of events at home and abroad, but of much that concerns you even more vitally—news of the very things that have to do with your personal, every-day life. Some one might be selling a new, better and more eco nomical food; or a utensil that would add immeasurably to your comfort and well-being; or some better material for shoes or clothing—but you would never know, be cause of your restricted view. • t .. * . ou may read every line of the news columns, but if you overlook the advertising, you are still living in the valley. You remain uninformed about many things you ought to know in order to liye a happy, useful, profitable life in this age of progress. r * - Climb out of the valley to the mountain top. Read the advertisements j U-; 1 ‘ \ * K* : ‘ s - - > V - - IL. >. | + q; • j ... | "* ‘ '' I*' * C ........ _ iTO EVENING CAPTYAU, A.VKJiVOLIS. MARYLAND. FRIDAY. APRIL IT 1023. American History DAY BY DAY *7 *. r. Groca APRIL 13 English forced to evacuate Paris on April 13. 1436. Henry IV of France signed tbe Edict of Nantes on April 13, 1553. “Daphne." the first German opera, produced on April 13. 1627. Thomas Jefferson born ou April 13. 1743. One hundred and sixty houses in Philadelphia un roofed by a tornado on April 13, 1856. Mexicans refused to salute American flag unless silute should be returned by tbe United States on April 13. 1314. w fist ns mow MUCIN !• H* ItMrlalH Prru.t KALAMAZOO. MICH. Apr I*.- Proaecatlug Attorney Wullles an uuiinced today that he was preparing to laaue an order for a warrant ebarg log the Rev Charles Dillon with mur der In connection with the slaying lest bight of the Rev Henry O’Neill pastor of 8t Augustine's Roman (hthoUr Church here. "Under Father Dillon's own sworn | statement. I can do nothing but j i harge him with murder." the prose | rotor said Police Chief Taffee anounced today | that Father Dillon, who is held at po j lice headquarters, had reiterated the ! confession made last night that he shot Father O’Neill. Father Dillon, who was assistant to the pastor, told the authorities that he killed Father O'Neill because the lat ter ‘ treated him like a child." Premiers In Conference •By Tha Associated Press.) PARIS, Apr. 13.—The Premiers of France and Belgium, with their prin cipal ipinisterial advisers, met here today in an important conference on the reparations question. Try an ad In TIIE EVENING CaPl f ♦ b*vi * mu opposes ~ ' on TUNE (My The Associated Tress. > CHARLESTON, W. VA.. Apr. 13— * l Legislation against teaching “as true” t j either “Darwinism, or any hypothesis j that there is a blood relationship be- f tween man and the animals." was urged by William Jennings Bryan in an address here today. "Don’t put any, penalties in your law," he said. *] “You are not dealing with a criminal class. All you need to do is. tell them that they are not to do a thing and they will not. No man who believes - that he's got the blood of a brute in him will be a martyr for anything." s Two Characters ( “That fellow yonder” j “What of him?” ] “Just rich enough to be miserable, i But the fellow standing near him < “What!" “Just poor enough to be resigned!” —Atlanta Constitution. WEAK. WEARY WOMEN Lean tbe Caase ef Dally Woes and End Them. When tho back aches and throbs. When housework Is torture. When night brings no rest nor sleep. When urinary disorders set in, i Women's lot is a weary one. Doan's Kidnef Pills are for weak kidneys. ' Have proved their worth In Anna polis. | ' This is one Annapolis woman's I ' testimony. Mrs. Edward Miller, 30 Madison St., says: “I have been recommend ing Doan’s Kidney Pills ever* since they cured me of kidney complaint. 5 A severe cold settled on my kidneys and left me with a weak and lame back. Mornings I felt so tired out 1 and dull I couldn’t do my housework ( Headaches almost drove me frantic. My kidneys acted irregularly, also. I j read of Doan's Kidney Pills helping ; others and used them, getting my sup ply from the West End Pharmacy, j r They were just what I needed and . soon strengthened my back and kid , neys. I have had no further trouble." i , Price 60c, at all dealers. Don’t ! simply ask for a kidney remedy—get Doan’s Kidney Pills —the same thal • Mrs. Miller had. Foster-Milburn Co. Mfrs.. Buffalo, N. Y.— (Adv.) i DRY AGENTS RAID OVER 80 PLACES IN “PHILY” (By Thf Associated Prr.) PHILADELPHIA. PA.. Apr. 13. Federal prohibition agents, who start ed a drive Wednesday night to “dry up” Philadelphia, had raided more than 80 saloons, restaurants aud other places when they stopped early today for a rest. Thousands of gallons of whisky, wine and beer had been confiscated and a dozen prisoners taken. TODAY IS FRIDAY 13TH, HOODOO DAY (CMtt*oe4 From Face 1.) "trial by Are." ghosts, goblins and similar terrifying illusions. Among the stout-hearted mockers of ancient legends is the owner of a horse entered in the first race at Bowie today, the name of the animal being Friday the Thirteenth. p nj* fcr/r/wti; The Original Food-Drink for All Ages- Quick Lunch at Home .Office Rich Milk, Malted Grain Extract in Pow der A Tablet forms. Nourishing-No cooking. Avoid IflHtatkms and Substitutes i Building Bone f is eaually as important as | V building flesh. Foods that • I assist Nature, fix lime in the I 1 bones and teeth are essential. 3 Scott's Emulsion 2of pure vitamine* bearing I cod-liver oil contains, 9 in abundance, ele- I l|?ir cnents that energize IVw A the body and assist In the formation of strong bones and sound teeth <& Bowne, Bloomfield. N. J. DIW Strikes terror in the mothers heart Quick Relief /***-■ .lsl-uiu.. '■— CLEAN UP AND PAINT UP! To make a good job of it. use Masury’s Paints (Pure Linseed Oil) —AMP— Moore’s Muresco (('old Water Paint) For Sale by THE Henry B. Myers Co. 4# WEST STREET Phone 108. v- : ~-V NOTIC E TO CREDITORS In (lie Matter of the Trust Estate of Robert F. Strange. Trading ax The • Strange Motor Car Company. No. 4751 Equity. In the Circuit Court for Anne Arundel Co. In pursuauce of an order of the Circuit Court for Anne Arundel County, iu Equity dated Mareli 28, 1923, and iiussed In a cause entitled "In the Matter or the Trust Estate of Hubert E. Strange, trailing as the Strange Motor Car Company." notice is hereby given to the creditors of the said Robert F. Strange, trading as the Strange Motor Car Company, to tile their claims, with the vouchers thereof, with the Clerk of said Court on or before the seventh dav of May. 1923. NICHOLAS 11, GREEN. RIDGELY I*. MELVIN. Trustees. APPLICATION FOR"PARDON STATE OF MARYLAND Office of the Secretary of State. To All Whom It Ma.v Concern: Notice Is hereby given that application has been made to the Governor of Mary land for the pardon or parole of John Holland, who was convicted at the April term, 1920. in the Circuit Court for Anno Arundel County of manslaughter, and sentenced to the Maryland I‘enltentlary for a term of Vive years. The Governor will take up the said case for final decision ou or after Tuesday, April 17, 1923, tintll which time protest against such pardon or parole will be beard and the papers tiled will lx* opcu for Inspection at the discretion of the Governor. Ry order of the Governor: PHILIP B. PICKLMAN. al3. Secretary of State. Carlson & Carlson 186 GLOUCESTER BT. CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS Agents for Johna-Manvllle Asbestos. Estimates Cheerfully Given. PHONE 37 Marble and Granite Monuments, Markers, etc. E. AVERY Residence and Yard: 493 Severn Are. (Between Gtli Sts.) On request will call with samples and designs. Telephone No. 422-M. Annapolis. EASTPORT, MD, a29 W. B. & A. ELECTRIC RAILROAD HID-CITV TCBSUALS Half-Hourly Service Morning and Evening Between Annapolis. Baltimore and Washington and Camp Meade. (Washington and Camp Meade . passengers change at Naval Academy Junction.) * LEAVE ANNAPOLIS West Street Station 5.10. x 5-50. 8.30. 18.50. x7.5D. 8.20. 020 l® 2o - ,ia %. L2Q. 2.20. 3.20. 8 2 °’ 8-20, *°°’ 8 20< 10 20 Leave Naval Academy Gats 10 mtnntea earlier: State House Station. Bladen street and College Avenue, seven (7i minutes earlier Connecting at Odenton with P. R. R. ANNAPOLIS SHORT LINE DIV. Bladen Street Station 5.20 A. M. and half-hourly thereafter at 20 *“<} ■ fter * ac h boor until V, J* " *-50. 8-50. 9.50, 10.60. and 11.50 P. M. 5.20 and 5.50 A. M. train* daily except Sunday. v LEAVE BALTIMORE— W.. B. A A. 8.35, 7.35, 8.35, 9.35, 10.36. 11315, A. M *4.05, 4.35, x 5.66: All trains receive or discharge pasaengera at local points between Annapolis and Naval Academy Junction and at Ship ley and Llnthicum on signal. VNAPQI,IS SHORT LINE DIV. - Howard and Lombard Sta. 5.15 A. M. and half-hourly thereafter at 15 *■4s minutes after each hour until p , M 5 then at 715 > 815 - 815. 10.15. 11.15, P. M.. and 12.15, A. M. B '* B tr *lns dally except LEAVE WASHINGTON 5.00, 8.45, 8.00, 9.00, 10.00. 11.00, A. M 12.00 L. _ 2 £o, 3.00. x. 3.30. 4.00, x 4.30, 5.00, 6.(W 7.50, 9 00. 11.00, P. M., 12.18 A. M.. z—Dally except Sunday. For ticket* and Information apply at our city ticket offices: West Street Station, Carvel Hall, Short Line Station, Bladen street. FOR RENT Store on West St., $35.00 monthly. B. J. WIEGARD Real Estate & Insurance 21 SCHOOL ST. a!6 Classified aj Ads-^^l LOST LOST—Bctw. t-n \v, t j and Ctay streets. tjtiik'tl V turn to George \\ , west afreet. V WAITED * j W ASTED Clerk*" iC" ~' ~ ~ —— — meut poattlou*: m.v race linnwciuai.i. i~r , ' now n|ten. write R. Servli-e Examiner). 2v i Washington. 1* c W ASTED At omv. , fl wait reuses, Mnt )\,\, Apply Capitol Rciit in-, fl street ANTED—Reliable fl qftlred. Apply hole,x u ' Oklahoma Terrace. *3 WANTED Salesmen t . Ilona Ily known m.i nc r grade *|>e. tattle* consumer, factories. erty aud warrliunw aud tractor owners. f ; ,rn Is an opportuiiliy f,, r , '‘^B a profitable permanent tip, . . ' A man of good clmr, * known In this count \ ' les* than fft.nrni rearil ■' ' ■§ District Sales Manager m," ", ' ‘ fl * StH. at Hotel Maryland r " -1 Friday. 12-13. after ~ , v "fl Sales Manager will take \ l '' #| on the trade arid dem.csti • entire satisfaction that . ~! r aold In a successful inantiei. S WANTED—To rent f~ amall bungalow on rivet *!, ,i,. , napolls. Rent must be prli-e and locatlmi. Ablrc**' tal office. ‘ 4* j FOR KENT lOR RENT - rnfurnixlied t apartment; heated, 5... ~„.i (t fl f yard. Apply y, ,„ :l „ ■ FOR KENT—Furnished t| Vl . ~ inent In good Imallty v,.,.;* ' ! ' H H Capital office. 11 ■ FOR RENT—Unfurnished ,|, ih T at 31 Maryland avenue. ~ , ■ , Brewer and Sou, !i ■ , FOR RENT-Two tix e'r.Huu “fl , h l , ami porch to each: thnx* room (t ; ,j I bungalow; one alx-room le.iix. B nuto tracks for sale . , B Frlcmcl, 79 West street. a FOR RENT—Apartment; all r „ fl venleticca. Apply Os.ar Sin i.x •- street. FOR RENT—Two bright rootan y m after 5 o’clock, 114 Conduit street, jfl FOR RENT —Furnished modern -fl apartment. Rhone is: i: S FOR RENT —Apartment, furtiislo-.| „r fl furnished: 257 Hanover. Apply jja p I over street. h i ■ 1 FOR SALE I FOR SALK llcywood w.ik.n, M l7fl carriage; sio. Apply ::p; \v.t .treetfl FOR SALK—Large refrigerator, ew.ifl condition. Apply Black Cat, tr. Mi l land avenue ,1 FOR SALE - For cash. 12 h. p. llegl I cycle marine motor; shaft |ir||M stuffing box. magneto coll, carhuretorfl a good machine. Jordan, Md. ifl FOR SAI.E Gentleman's mil-top <lf and chair. Coat sno. Will sell for tM Call Hotel Maryland. afl FOR SALE—Girl’s wheel. Apply 21 St,.l Circle. a! FOR SALE—One Peerless 8-cylinder ' u roadster; cheap. Apply Wlntemon Ant i Co. al FOR SALE—Baby eblcks and hab-blB eggs. Roscdalc Poultry Farm. I'hon 402-W. al FOR SALE—Studcbaker (1317 1 tourir.a A-l condition. Any demonstration; 112 Esmark, Heller's Shipyard, Kaatport. al > FOR SALE—Typewriter*—One Remlnfhi Monarch, two Remington Standard V t 10, and one Oliver No. 9: all good a Government surplus: $22.50 up. Adnm 99 MeKendree street, Ormantotri Phone 49-M. a ‘ FOR SALE —Six-room dwelling and star No. 197 Third street. Kastport. Pr $3,000. Charles F. Ig'e, Telephone *1 FOR SALE—One Hodge Brothers .oimner dal car .(1920); one Dodge rusdrte State Garage, 1(P- Kaat street. m* o • DIED TI'CKEK -On April 'l3. 1983. M theJM.j deuce of her parents. CIMKL ,| i‘fi lIAY, aged 14 months, beloved d:tugb !,( of Mr. aud Mrs. Charles Tucker. H I^ J “ street. Funeral from above address t*>iu"rro| afternoon at 2 o'clock. Infernteut *“ , Cedar Bluflf <-emetery. [[ FOR SALE 100 ACRE FARM Located between the Severn Kl'^ r I and Waterbury Station on the B. & A., two miles from w* • , " t | * crete road to Baltimore. dwelling and outbuilding*. "'‘i i divide the farm aud help to fluan-v. j Good value. MERCANTILE TRUST ANI DEPOSIT'COMPANY Hi BALTIMORE Calvert and Redwood Streets. Baltimore. Md. FOR SALE Dwelling, Green St., hot wat<f heat, electric lights, bath, sleep ing porch. Price $7,000. B. J. WIEGARD Real Estate & Insurance 21 SCHOOL ST. aIC E. O. LEAGUE^ ROOFING gpoattag. Shoot Metal aad sl *‘* W#r STOVES AND FURNACES INSTALL** AND REPAIRED ONB 711-W.