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Published Pally Except Hunday by
THB CAPITAL PWLISHINU COM PAN T
THU EVENING CAPITAL
It on tale at the following |ila< < t: ,
(]Mt|( W. JoDM X 2 Wmi Mlrifl
William g> liultea !M West Straw!
George J. Pavla.... 74 Maryland Ava
Chaa. a FeWjae/cr an Maryland Are. •
“TlnWri Confectionery" King George fit.
William Baker West A Cathedral fits
W. B. A A. Newstaud, Short Line T.rmluai i
M. ..1.............. Wnt Sira**t
N. Maudrla, Third A Severn Are.. Ka at part I
pr. Charles It. Henkel...'.?.* Maryland Avr.
Martin' Musical Store. 23* J'i-wI Street !
(lamaras -Main A Conduit Str
Delivered In Annapolis. K.-iatport. tier-j
BiMitoun and W.at Annapolis by earlier
for 46 cents |er month.
Y>o oan have the KVKMN'I CAPITAL
mailed to you alien nury from the elty
by leaving r.>ur mime ;iml aiMreaa at the
office, for Ct iciits ~er month; ZTi.flO per
year, payable In a->* to any posteMce
la the Lid tod Utatr* u: Cauada.
Entered at Annspolta Poatofllee at
Heennd-Ctaaa Matter.
Mambor of The Associated Praaa
The Associated Preaa la excln
alvaly entitled to the uae for re
publfcatloii of all newa credited to
(t or not otherwise credited In
thla paper aud ulao the local new*
published herein. All rlgbta of
re • publication of special dia
patrber herein are alao res-rred.
FRIDAY, APRIL 20. 1923.
TARIFF AND LIVING COSTS
Prices of the necessities of life
advanced per cent, in the last
year r the Federal department of
labor announces. Business men
do not regard the upward trend,
which apparently is just finding
its stride, as a good omen for
future prosperity. No tine has
forgotten how prosperity bursts
when inflated too far by the vic
ious circle that keeps prices and
wages higher and higher.
The new Republican tariff law,
which made a high increase in
rates for practically everything
m the dutiable list, naturally is
giveyi as one of the explanations
of the general advance in the cost
of ljving. It is pointed out that
if a;protective tariff did not keep
up or advance prices it would not
justify its name. The opponents
of the Fordney-McCumher bill
referred to it as another “ Tariff
of /Hhomitiations” and declared
that it would prove one of the
most' oppressive in the history of
the Country. They point out that
the Increasing' prices now only
hear* out what they said when
the pleasure was before Colt*
K r fi
The fact that the cost of liv
ing {starred to rise with the go
ing into effect of the new tariff
law proves that the latter is one
of the major causes of the ad
vance.
THE GLADSOME SEASON
When a warm sun shines in
April young and old are of one
mind, and the desire to get out
doors is universal. W hile the
call may differ widely, it is to
the open air. To the farmer it
says to plow and get ready to put
in the crops. To the suburban-,
ite it may mean cleaning off the
garden patch. To outers it spells
golf, and to the schoolboy the
hallground beckons.
When it is pleasant to he out-1
doors we feel that it is good to
he alive. A warm sun compen
sates for a lot of cold and stormy
days. In fact, the winter enables
us to appreciate the change. Did
we Have an equable climate, were
the weather always pleasant, we
might weary of the monotony.
A measure of frost is good for
us: it quickens us and makes us
prize the more the opposite when
it comes. *
In modern life there is so much
artificiality Shat we might forget
how primitive man lived did not
the Spring urge remind us that
we have not outgrown entirely
the delight with which he wel
comed the return of the sun so
that he might emerge from his
cave or cease from shivering in
the forests. We have overcome]
many of the unpleasant features '
of life a few thousand years
ago, hut it may he that the joy
with which we welcome the pass
ing of winter is a resurgence of
the similar feeling that Iwat in
the breast of the cave-man of
long ago. He could be warm
again without effort and was
glad. .
In this age. while we may
greet the return of the sun for
a different reason, we arc glad,
too.
I GLY THINGS
The expression of the sordid is
becoming wearisome. If a man
is a libertine he’s called a
“sheik”; if a woman figures in
liaison with a married man she’s
an affinity; if a roue fits up a |
den for orgies it’s a “love nest.”
Calling a spade a spade in re
tailing ugly scandals might of- :
fend good taste, hut within the I
limitations of decency it might]
b * practiced with good effect.
I Such practice at Ica-t would have •
! the merit of describing llglyj
j things in ugly terms.
I
Good News From
Czecho-Slovakia
| (Translated from ‘•Esperanto" for The i
Evening Capital'')
In order to give the world Items'
of intercut front nations less known !
than those which speak English. I
French or German. "Esperanto'' Is |
j puUlshing a monthly supplement.
The following item is translated di
rectly from the last number cf "!£*-
! peranto," nublished at Geneva, Switz
! erland.
"The most important occurrence at
the | egituUng of this year 1b admin
istrative reform, which signalizes a
real step toward a yet more complete
democratization of the Ozecho-Slov
oklan Republic. That reform con
sists in local self-government in Slo
vakia where the former districts have
!.een superseded .by cantons with
great freedom In matters of educa
tion, public health and even finance.
Concerning this the Journal de De
bats, Paris, says: ‘This regime will
lx applied to the whole Republic and
jfs results in Slovakia will be watched
wijJi Interest.’
Avide-spread disapproval was visit
ed upon the thoujffitless attack which
has now resulted in the death of the
finance minister of the Czecho-810
vakian Republic. Indeed. Mr. Rasin
was the chief worker for the financial
progress of the nation. That this
Republic today has definitely avoided
the sad fate which is burdening her
neighbors—Austria, Hungary, Poland
gild Germany.—that the Caeeh krone
has risen gradually to the satisfac
tory level, for this It thanks the work
of a financial minister who feared
neither attacks nor unpopularity in
fulfilling his plan to the utmost. Hif
motto can be summed up in two
words: ‘Work and Save.’
“The commercial balance-sheet just
published for the first half of 1922.
Shows a total export of 10,513,888.823
hr., and R total import of 7.407,010,250
Jtr. The excess of 3 billions In’ex-;'
ports proves that Czecho-Slovakia has
conserved-and promoted its produc
tive forces in spite of the crisis^.
"The foreign policy of the Czecho
slovakia!! Republic lias been guided
fontlnuously from the beginning, by
the capable minister. Dr. Edward
Denes. He has maintained for more
than four years the same uniform
him: tlrni adherence to peace, appli
cation of the peace treaties, and tbe
hi oral support of the League of Na
tion and its work. Czecho-Slovakia
holds aloof from participation in the
Ruhr conflict between Germany and
France."
ELEVEN MEN INJURED
IN FACTORY EXPLOSION
___________ • * i i
(Rv The Ataocialfd Tree*.)
CHICAGO. ILL., Apr. 20.—Eleven
men wre injured, some of them seri-
I ously, in an explosion today in ttu
starch factory of the Corn Products
Refining Company at Argo.
Reports that three of the men were
dead were denied by officials of the
company.
Macaroon ice cream: Dry. pound
And measure a cup of macaroons; add
liieni to 1 quart cream, three-quarter
Cup sugar and one tablespoonful van
. jlla. Freeze.
For Sale
■■■
Dwelling on hirst St.. $2,100.00
Dwelling on State St... 4,200.00
Dwelling on (ireen St.. 7,000.00
Bungalow. Little Aber
deen Creek 2,500.00
Dwelling, Murray Ave.. 7,300.00
Dwelling, Murray Ave.. 7,000.00
Dwelling. .‘>4 Southgate
Ave. ‘ ... 8.500.00
Dwelling. 05 Conduit St. 6.000.00
Bungalow. West St 4.500.00
Bungalow, Severn
Ave. 2,400.00
Bungalow, Severn Ave.. 3,000.00
B. J. WIEGARD
Real Estate A InMir.itice
21 SCHOOL ST. a26
WINTER ILLS
fhe scientist was often i
2 puzzled to account for the |
■ efficacy of cod-liver oil. §
ft The discovery of vitanv'nes I
I lias helped solve the riddle. |
! Scott's Emulsion
fi is rich in health-building vita- g
mines and is a helpful Aa I
factor in preventing CSk 3
the so-called “winter H
ills.” It helps keep |
the vital foices of the >ody I
(strong to resist disease.
Scot* & Bpwm e.,*,i,hc.<t J 21 1
RVPOTNr, £APiYAU AAHhtWUS, MARYLAND. FRIDAY, APRIL 20. 10*23.
j A THIBI’TE TO BISHOP WILLIAMS
!n he death Of the Rt. Rev. Bishop
, G. Mott Williams. Annapolis has lost
I more perhaps than she knows.
The writer, owing to ignorance,
j can sav nothing of the late Bishop's
j life work or career, but wishes to
; give an impression of this not le man
1 in one of his last aud. we believe,
ibest-kved activities. How we were
| moved by the sight of this dear bishop
J —accustomed to speaking from the
< highest pieces, yet not disdaining a
I modest seat in a very humble sur
j rounding -giving of his best to a tiny
I baud of hearers. We have listened
in amazement to that frail creature,
as he read and preached and sang
and even played the organ —and we
Caonot forgot. What force there was
in his words, teeming with illustra
tions fr< m a wide and varied experi
ence; what beauty in his perfect dic
tion and poetry of expression; what
charm in his own quiet, modest tear
ing.
By his passing away America
mourns a Christian gentleman and
* i very gentle soul.
She Mixed It
“in'; you mail those two letters 1
I /ave you, Norah?"
'"Yes’ni. at the post office. Bat I
noticed that you’d nut the ttvo-toent
stamp on the foreign letter and the
flre-cent stamp on the city one."
"Oh, dear, what a blunder!"
"But I fixed it all right, rtia’ain. I
‘ just changed the addresses on the
| envelopes.—Boston Transcript.
Story Lady (concluding mythologi
cal yarn)—And so, by awarding the
* apple to Aphrodite, * Paris won for
him&slf the most beautiful woman in
the world. Tommy—Wise guy! I’u
swap an apple for a peach any day!
1 Boston Transcript. *
FOR SALE
Dwelling, Bay Ridge Road, lot
: 50xl(0, electric lights, fruit trees.
1 SSOO cash, balance. on ; timQ.
*,,,14. Urns -•> • ' (J.
B. J. WIEGARD
Real Estate A Insurance
21 SCHOOL ST. a26
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A scientific and accurate serv
ice from examination to grind
ing of lenses. Bring your pre
scriptions here to be accurately
filled; only the best material
used, at a moderate cost.
our optical science
articles"
Henry H. Sadler
OPTOMETRIST * OPTICIAN
S*s Mala St. Annapolis, Md.
OBSERVE FOUNDING l
OF MD. ODD FELLOWS 1
______ !
(Continued from Page 1.)
to celebrate its birthday by attending 1
divine service, and its members, to- |
gether with the recently organized
branch of Rebeccas, will worship on
Sunday evening at 8 o'clock at the
Calvary M. E. Church. Dr. Burgan 1
will preach a sermon befitting the oc- ,
casion.
Who Ofiiccrs Arp
Metropolis Lodge is now presided (
over by the following officers:
Noble Grand. Reed W. James; Vice
Graud, B. F. Gordon; Recording
Secretary, George F. Qoaid; Financial
Secretary, Charles Gates; Treasurer
Charles A Rustoberg; Warden. Walter
Fisher; Chaplain. Louis Phipps; Out
side Guardian, John G. Wood; Inside
Guardian, Charles McNally; Marshall
E. E. Gates.
Tbe Annapolis Lodge 6f Rebecca's.
I. O. O. F., have the following officers:
Noble Grand. Mrs. Roecoe C. Rowe;
Vice Grand. Mrs. C. B. McNeff. Secre- 1
tary. Miss Maude Westphal; Treas
urer. Mrs. Reed W. James; Chaplain.
Mrs. Bettie B Cook; W’arden. Mrs.
Helen Sweeney.
Metropolis Lodge and the Rebecca's
will assemble Suuday evening, April
22, at 7:30 p. m. in the Odd Fel
' J j-ESJI 'lll'll. Ilf JL , ,'J 1 -U-'gUL-
Bronchitis
Neglected Coughs and Colds
lead to Bronchitis. Asthma,
Influenza and other compli
cations.
Stop Your Cough
with
Fours
EOHET # TAR
Established JS7S
Largest selling cough medicine
in the World.
rv —■ J iSML! -N
CLEAN UP AND
PAINT UP!
; ’if •'* •
To make a good Job of It, use
Masury’s Paints
(Bure Linseed OH)
—AND— !
Moore’s Muresco
(InthWdtfi I'.Tn'O :
I
For Sale Uy
THE ' ' • ‘
Henry B. Myers Co.
40 WEST STREET
rhjvzc 108.. ,l'
l ■' —Ch —7
{ ■ i’ ■ r"i V)
FOR SALE •
100 ACRE FARM
Located bolween lho Severn lUvcr
! nn<l Waterhury Station on the \V..
| J>. & A.. tWo miles from new con
crete road to baltlmore. Uood
dwelling and outbuilding*. Will
t divide the farm and help to hnanee.
Good value.
mercantile: trust and
DEPOSIT COMPANY OF
BALTIMORE
Calvert and Redwood Streets,
Baltimore, Md.
=zi/
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the Matter of the Trust Estate of
Robert F. Strange, Trading as The
Strange Motor Car Company.
No. t 751 Equity.
In the Circuit Court for Auite Arundel Cp.
In pursuance of an order of the Circuit
Court for Auup Arundel County, in Eutiity
ik'ted March 2K. lft£l. and passed in a
<ause entitled "In the Matter of the Trust
l-.state of Robert F. Strange, trading as
the Strange Motor Car Company." notice
is hereby given to the creditors of the said
Robert K. Strange, trailing as the Strange
Motor Car Company, to tile their claims,
with tbe vouchers thereof, with the Clerk
of said Court mi or before tbe seventh ilav
of May, ltrjn.
NICHOLAS H. GREEN.
RIPGKLY P. MELVIN.
Trustees.
AN ORDINANCE
For the purpose o? fixing and establish
ing a special tax to cover the cost of
making connection with sewer on
Munroe Court.
Section 1. Be It established and or
dained by the Mayor. Counselor and
Aldermen of the City of Annapolis that a
new ftM-tion be added to Article :W of tbe
City Code of Annapolis, to follow Section
U <>f said Article, and to read ss follows:
"Section 10. A:1 owners of property
abutting on Munroe Court shall be as
sessed the sum of tweuty dollars, or a?
uiwell thereof as necessary, for the purpose
of covering the cost of (be outlet from tin
main sewer to n point near such abutting
property, affording easier access to said
•ewer,” and all portions of tbis sewer be
yond the “Y" attached to main sewer aud
connecting with abnttlug property sbal
lx* considered the sewe/ of tbe owner of
sivb abutting property.
■Section 2. And be it established and
ordained by the authority aforesaid that
this ordinance shall take effect from the
date of passage.
Approved April Ift. W-T,.
SAMI*EL JONES.
Attest: Mayor.
EMMA ABBOTT GAGE.
City Clerk.
NOTICE!
* ,U L ® ft * r Monday. April 23rd. the
D erk Wl,1 t •>* Prepared to Issue sil
tlty Licenses, including Cart ami Wagon
Licenses. Carriage Licenses. Pole Licenses.
100 l and Billiard Slot Machines
Hucksters’. Theatre and Moving Pictures!
Bowling. Fish Cart, Amusement Hails,
etc., etc.
Clerk’s office open from #,a. in. to 1 n
m and 2t03 p. m. City's fiscal year be
lftt, and all licenses MUST BE
RENEWED prior to that date, or offender
is subject to fine.
EMMA ABBOTT GAGE.
- City Clerk. J
lows' Temple on West street where a
brief service will be held and then
Marshall E. E. Gates will take charge
and the members will march to Cal-’
vary M. E. Church for divine serv
ices.
The lodge cordially invites the pub
lic to join with us on this occasion to
hear Dr. Ilurgan on the “Fatherhood
of God and the Brotherhood of Man.”
Often the early bird gets killed by
a late frost. —Virginia Pitot.
right tart-sweetness J)
in this Apple Butter
MAKING apple butter is an old-time
art which not many people know
today. But still you can get it, with all "" - '
the genuine old apple butter flavor, too. 1
From Libby’s kitchens it comes, with
just the right tart-sweetness which juicy AnpjC
apples give; with the rest which spar- Offer
kling cider and fragraht spices add. Have f Wj'
Libby’s Apple Butter on your table to
night—order it from your grocer today. S
Libby, McNeill & Libby
BUTTER
fresh
With.one^brush-stroke -
you cm, Joth gt.in-m.4 f ‘Save die surfafceifl
, varnish. You can also get and VOU Save all” HU
it clear-without coloring. W 7 y \ i ,i! -. ***
Carmote Floor Varnish hardens thoroughly and nevar bf
comes soft or sticky. It is recommended especially for all
kinds of furniture.
7-■\ 4 . V *
" - ii >7V nifor \ •
Thomas & Stokes
*" 1 11 N
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
The Eastern Shore Trust Co.
And its eighteen branches in the State of Maryland, at the close
of business, April 3rd, 1923.
The total assets of which are back of
THE STATE CAPITAL BANK
x OF THE EASTERN SHORE TRUST CO.
“The Bank That Brought 4 Per Cent To Annapolis”
CHURCH CIRCLE AND GLOUCESTER STREET
Banking Moors: 9a. m. to 3 p. m.
W. MEADE HOI.LADAY Vrm .
DENNIS J. THOMPSON . * V ice-PresldeiU
JAMES O. BUSH "
winson o. gott :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;■■ AuZ:"Z
Directors:
W. MEADE HOI.I.ADAY, CHARLES F. LEE, IVINSON G GOTT
t*Rolan S thomas, G. \v. km me rich,* JR.
T, KOLAMi lIKOHN, U. FRANK CHANEY, J. dfp, IHH \V.
i -—rr-
RESOURCES.
Isoene and Discounts...
Ovrdra((a, aerurttl and unsecured
Stocks, Bonds. Securities, Etc I uVlW’i
Banking Houses... iMJlttt
Furniture and Fixtures .VM3043
Other Real Estate Owned 36X33..>
MortUKes and Judgment* of Record.. ’• 3.967,041.07
Due from National ..state and Private Banks an d
Bankers A Trust Companies other t ban renerve 703.645.16
Checks and other Cash Items. 95 071 56
Exchanges for Clearing House 9* 139.35
Due from approved Reserve Agents.’ t* 539A5L33
Lawful Money Reserve in Hank, vis.:
L\ S. Currency and National Hank Notes 9143.400.00
Gold Coin. 10 134 oo
* Silver coin, nickels and cent* 31,916.56 175 350 56
Miscellaneous Assets 10*396.97
Tot ** 911 j11H.940.1t
LIABILITIES. T ,
Capital Stock paid Is . ‘'s4 500 00
Surplus Fund Tftjti.tf
Cndivided Profits, less Expenses, Interest and Taxes
D"* l • 3*3,904.45
Due ta National, State and .Private Han k and Bank
ers and Trust Companies, other than reserve 414,135.60
Dividends unpaid 407.15
Deposits (demand)
Subject to cheek 9 1,924.314.73
Certificates of Deposit 5.973.00
Certified Checks 5.559.67
Cashier’s Cheeks outstanding 23,940.70 1,969,967.12
Deposits (time)
Savings and Special 7.4^3.601.13
Notes and Bills Rediscounted...., '45,000.06
BtHs Payable, including Certificates of Deposit for
money harrowed , 39t5.096.9fi
Reserved for Taxes ",739.99
Liabilities ether than those above stated f. 306.11
Total 911.04pjt40.1t
State of Maryland. County of Dorchester, ss.
.. .*• i <■ Mills. (ashlar of the above-named Institution, do solemnly , swear
that the above statement is true ta the best af my knowledge and belief.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 17th day ef April, 19*9.
BENJAMIN 8. INHLEY, Notary Public.
Correct AM—*, UI,D HENRY, \
correct. Attest. FRED S. STEVENS.
A. HAMILTON BAYjLY,
mr V -
•TOLD IN THE HEAR**
is an acute attack of Nasal Catarrh |
Those subject to frequent “colds" are
generally In s "run down" condition
HALL’S CATARRH MEDICINE is a
treatment consisting of an Ointment
to be used locally, and a Tonic, which .
acts quickly through the Blood on the
Mucous Surfaces, building up the Sys- ,
torn, and making you less liable tc 1
“colds.”
Sold by druggists for over 40 years j
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. o.—Adv
Advertise In The Evening Capital.
CIASSIFIEftVjR
Ads
WANTKI)
WANTED - 7—"
Apply Apart in,-in \ ’•
George street. I'-rHI
'NTH'
rnei.t tHM.ltlons; 51-. V V
cnee imiiivco.irv p,,, , ■' 1 v
lions II ow o|h‘li, write l;
ntor Civil Servlie . \
ter Ittdg.. Washing,,.;;;
FOR RENT * |
FOR Kh'\r St.. tv H
Ply ih'.tr Shack*. ;;;
FOR RENT - Furnished ...
Quality Shop: modern
Joseph l.iputati. Us m : ,|„ s ..
FOR RENT - I.itrue
kjjrd. Apply ;t Martin
FOR HIN T Three t ,7^7~ s . ~^K
Maryland avenue, over .1.. '
Sous. Suitable for ottl. ,• W$
Apply to R. 1,. Weiui
George street. j.
FOR KENT—Apartment j ~
Ttnlein-es. Apply Oscar Mi
FOR KENT I-’otir M
and avenue. Can lie omc.i v .
fined business. Phone r.i j n|B
FOB SALE 1
FOR SALE Tlie 1t,.0k of k.7 7~~® ;
v•'nines : well bound nnd in t
ditlon. Address Box ltd. Ann, ,
for ‘sale ok Kt s r
dwelling ; hot water heat. e l .. ‘ ,
Market street, ove, lookinu >
Julian Brewer a ltd Son |
FOR SALK- Very attramive
Creek; about lrtox'ir,. wui tg,
down, ini la nee on easy tern.-
Giotpcster street, or plnoie c
FOR SAI.E--V.''4’, Oakland S|..
Apply 3H Brewer avenue jjgM
FOR SALE Rxiellent iin.*im,nt
ertv. Cheap to <|llh k I>UV,I Ammo
Ct'tne Xti.lJP. I.on cxpeiis,.
"Owner,” Caidtal ottlee.
FOR SALE—I.OOO I ~f .Ini mn, i^|
soil. Ai>p)y W. K. l oldiio j,-r. l.i ,
lege avenue. i^H
FOR HALE — Drophead I'oni. sri,
maeliitie; eost $S">. I’riee 915.
<lropliea<l Standard. 510. ami a
ninl Wilson No. 0, for 91.’. Apply
Northwest street.
FOR SALE One three-room Imute.
neres of land; on Bay itldge ral.
polls Neek, Se< <iitil dlstrb-t: 11 J
from Annapolis. Apply Antlmny M
ray, 5tH Eastern avenue. K-oiiMirfi*
FOR SALK—One modern bungalow.
, rooms and ha’h; running u.itir
iteal and eler rle light*, itlght nt
lelgh Heights Station. Aipiy
Fischer, Karleigh Height*.
DIED I
BsUtinnm UOWAKO. son of the uH-
Mareellua autl Co fuel la Hall, after ■ 1
short illness. , J
Funeral Saturday afternoon a* I |
o‘elo,>k from Mt. Moriali t hnnli.
I*. J. Jordan officiating. .1 1* Wariil*
bus charge of fuueral arrangement*
Carlson & Carlson
166 GLOLCKSTER MT.
CONTRAUTOUH
•ml ItriLDEBS
Agents for JohnH-ManvlHe
Estimates Chserfullv Given.
PHONE 37 ■
Marble and Granite Monument®
Markers, etc.
, E. AVERY
Residence and Yard: 49.1 Severn L®
(Between sth and fith St* )
On request will call with sample* H
designs. j
Telephone No. 422-M Atiriapoll*
EARTi’OItT, MI). 'V
W. b7& A. ELECTRI J
RAILROAD
XID-CITT TEKXIMI S
Half-Hourly Service Morning and Eth!®
Between Annapolis. Baltimore nJ ■
Washington and Camp Metric. I
(Washington and Camp Mead*
passengers change st Naval
Academy Junction.) j
LEAVE ANNAPOLIS
West Street Station
5.10. x 5.50. C. 20. xC.SO. x7JiO. 8.20.
10.20, 11.20, A. M.. 12.20. 1.20. 23) ?
4.20. X 4.50. 5.20, 0.20. 7.U0. 8 20.
11 SO. P. VI.
Leave Naval Academy Gate 10 nbpn
earlier; State House Station. i’>
Street and College Avenue, seven “■
minutes earlier I
Coonectlog at Odenton with P. * *• ■
ANNAPOLIS SHORT LINE MV.
Bladen Street Station I
5.20 A. M. and half-hourly tbereaf’er s'--W
and 50 minutes after each hour
6.50 P. M.. then at 7.30. 8.30. 9-AI.
and 11.50 P. M. ■
\ 5.20 and 5.50 A. M train* daily exce
Sunday.
LEAVE BA LTIMORE—VV.. B. I *• I
6.35. 7.35. 8753. .35. 10.35. 11.35. .A .*■
12.35, 1.35, 2.36. 3.35. x 4.06, 4-3>.
- M., 1-
All tralna receive or diwharge paMeiiif*®
at local poiota between Aooap®‘ ,§ r*
Naval Ar*adeniy Junction and at
ley and Lintblcuin on iigoal.
ANNAPOLIS SHORT LINE M T
Howard and Lombard Btv- I
5.15 A. M and balf-honrly thereafter at■
ard 45 minutes after each boor 1
6.15 P. M.. then at 7.15. B.ld. 5).U Vi
11.15, P. M.. and 12.15. A. M J
5.15 and 5.45 A. M. trains dai,y tlct ’l
Sunday.
LEAVE WASHINGTON 1
5.00. fi.45, 8.00, 9.00. 10.00. 11 W. A.
1.00. 2.00, 3.00. x. 3.30, .
6J. 7.00. 9.00, 1100. P. M.. 1-W A ■
z—Daily except Sunday.
For tickets and Inform Cion a pP : I
city ticket offices: Vtest w^ieol
Carvel Hall, Short Line Station. '• ■
Street, f 1
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ROOFING I
Spanting, fibeet Metal and 81a H * f I
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