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■Social and Personal ihi: visit I 4 ;„ H Kilin-r. in “Poetry.") L „i a( j i have come." T .;ay, let me stay— r. !I( ,t go home. L i y**ur kindness, Ujpjiß. iI blind 11688. uijrlif and a day. i#) .i•( incurious eyes ; wi ll n in sharp surprise . 1,,,, w h<w under mv breath l,i t me sleep to death , j,.i mi never r, o home!” t jpeak through the fragrant (loom ur hushed and decorous ifttoiil • I i ain glad i have come.” lor Paint And Eft Ini' I’lay ■ A !t)< rt Ititchie heads the list ■ ri! ii . for tonight’s perform* ■,f • 11 . h Jinks,“ the Paint and „ club's production, the pro of which will go to the Chit* , Aid Society, of Baltimore ?. .. A* r |'or Hoard liter** suiicrintendent of the Naval . , mid .Mrs. Wilson have sent t nin for a dinner on Tuesday, ;t m honor of the Board of n in the Naval Academy. ir tilernoon i Purl) Kudolph F. Hans, of King i. place, has Invitations out for f. party on Monday afternoon Black Cut Restaurant. lor hiss Ml“d Kaiidal Dees gave an after* bridg** party yesterday at her in Market street in eompliment r cousin, Miss Anne Guest of cir. Mrs. Dees was assisted at stihlc by Mrs. Middleton Uuest Irs T l. Richards. iu For M|>pl and Mrs. It Dee Tatum Jr.j nve mi Sunday night for bis ill Meridian, Miss., where he - v iii business. Mrs. Tatum wnk * MDs c.mee ftiiigie. daughter! ■ Kirby and sitter of Midship fe'Wr.Uj. iyiigifV.. - ' . _L_ I. . Will not increase prices until May Ist Firestone Prices on fabric and cord pas senger car tires and tubes, also solid and pneumatic truck tires will advance May Ist ' he postponement of this price revision is possible only because of our realiza tion of the price danger in the British crude rubber restriction act, which be came effective November 1, 1922. We were fortunate in our rubber purchases before the restriction act increased the prices of crude rubber 150 per cent. We have always endeavored to cham pion the cause of better made tires de vered at lowest cost to the tire user by economical manufacturing and distri bution. And we are glad of the oppor tunity to give the car owner the addi tional saving at this time. Firestone cords embody certain spe cial processes which result in their pro Firestone Tire and Rubber Co., Akron, Ohio. Annapolis Tire Repair Co. Colonial Motor Co. Most Miles per Dollar i I IT ' Tolnt-To-Polnr To !*<• Run Tomorrow A number of people will go from here tomorrow to attend the grand National Point to Point race to fca run over a flagged course on the es- i tate of Bernard Fenwick, in thej Uroen Spring Valley. This and the I •Maryland Hunt ,Cup Race, to be run j on the 28th of the month, are the! most noted amateur racing events of Maryland, and always draw a large! crowd. A gold cup has been given by Ross Whistler for the winner of Hie Maryland Hunt Cup Race, and! there will be a ball at the Hotel Bel vedere in Baltimore after it. Miss Edua Taylor of New London, will come from Washington this eve ning to visit Lieut.-Commander and .Mrs. James Parker until Sunday. Afternoon Bridge Today Mrs. M. A. Colton, of 259 Hanover street, is entertaining at bridge this afternoon. .Mrs. Colton will sail for Europe on April 28 on the “Chicago,” to remain for the summer. **¥** Secretary Resuming Work Miss Mary Burch, Girls’ Work Secretary at the Y. W. C. A., has re turned front a week's visit to her home in Williamsport, Pa., and will! resume her classes. Miss Burch will hold the first rehenrsal of the spring i Play of the Y. W, C. A. tomorrow morning at 10 o’clock in the Educa tional Building of Calvary Church, at the corner of Maryland avenue and Prince George street. She will be as sisted by Mrs. Renato Roncl. (on tent ion Delegates To Visit. Here Mrs. J. M. Bradford and Mrs. M. A Beall, of Philadelphia, who are in I Washington to attend the I). A. R. con vention, will spend the Weekend hero with Mrß. M. B. Custer. Ordered To Duly , At Relief tie ' , M‘ ! ■ > ; Lieutenant Henj*y P. Hartumn has I don detached frrim 'Gov’t: Ex~ pertinent Station and assigned to duty;! at the Naval Experiment and Re-f smirch Laboratory. Bellevue,* I). CIP "L •: ■ T ducing mileage records, heretofore un heard of in the industry. Among the more important of these superior meth ods are blending, tempering, aid-bag cure and double-gum-dipping. Firestone dealers are co-operating with us in our movement to supply your needs at present prices as long as their stock lasts and we have advised our dealers that we will supply them with additional tires this month so far as our output will permit. See the nearest Firestone dealer. Pur chase a set of these gum-dipped cords. Prove for yourself their remarkable mile age advantages and easy riding qualities. AAHiAWATS, MARYLAND..FRIDAY, APRIL 20. 192 T Fenner Resident Pays Tbit Here Lieut T. D. eHaley, who lived at the Hotel Maryland for several years i but who now in resident of Coving ton, Ky., was a visitor here yester day. Lieut. Healey was warmly wel comed by many of his old friends. | J U**t Concert Of Baltimore Nymphony I 4 The closing concert of the Balti more Symphony season will be given ] i on Sunday night at 8:30 at the Lyric. < ~ | Supper At 8L Mary's Hall A Rig Success In the neighborhood of |2OO was i * Isa red at the highly successful sop- < ! per given last night under the aus- 1 pices of the Catholic Daughters of America. The sale cf candy alone 1 netted a profit of $25. St. Mary's Hall J never looked more attractive than last i uifcht when ready for the supper to ] be served. Yellow daffodils and i sweet peas decorated the tables \ which were further adorned by light ed candles in silver candelabra, the colored shades adding to the gayety ( of the hal! which was recently re decorated, and 1* further embellished i by the new stage curtain, which has , just been hung. ; Three hundred and fifty suppers were Rerved and a number of people had to be turned away when the sup ply of salad and haui gave out. Attending Women's Conventions Mrs. I. W. Sylvester, cf Ixiuisiana, who is spending the Academic year here, is iu Washington this week for a number of public gatherings. She is attending the D. A. R. Continen tal Congress, the General Assembly jof the Daughters of American Col onists. and the annual Convention of the Daughters of 1812. She will also be present tomorrow at the Authors’ breakfast of the League of American Pen Women, of which she is a mem ber. Afternoon Bridge For Mrs. Low man Miss Louise Bryan will entertain at cards on Monday afternoon at the i residence of her aunt, Mrs. Carryl Bryan, in compliment to her sister, Airs, Marshall Lowman, of Elmira, X Y. He turning To New England Mbs. Samuel Horton Brown, Sr., who has been visiting her son and daugHter-ln-law. Professor and Mrs. I Samue) Horton Brown, of Shipwright f Ktroet, will return this evening to her (home in Marblehead. Mass. ■ "ri' * - * ■W-VT'tVT Named As Delegate Te f enventloa Mrs* Robert Mosa has been named as one of the delegates to represent the Maryland Mothers and Parent- Teachers’ Associations at the nation al congress to be held in Louisville ! Ky. Dinner Party At “Breeze Inn" A party that dined at “Breeze Inn", last night and afterwards motored up to dance at the Century Roof in Bal- , timore included the Misses Zita Lang home. Anue Guest, and Louise Bryan.; Lieutenant Claude Vickrey, Lieuten-j ant Archer King and Ronald Hindi-! cliffe, of New Haven, who.is visiting I here. Bridge f lub . Meeting Today Misrf Zita Langhorne is entertaining j her bridge club this afternoon at the residence of her cousins, Lieut.-Com-1 mander and Mrs. James Parker, Jr. | Afternoon Tea On Sunday Mrs. Romeo J. Jondreau will give an afternoon tea for midshipmen and girls op Sunday. j [ CLIP THIS LIST 1 AND SAVE FOR COMPARISON WITH PRICES CHARGED ELSEWHERE. The Fair Price Grocery Co. 64 West Street, Corner of Calvert Street ALPHABET OF PRICES ARROW SPECIAL 10c APRICOT CORDIAL $ 1.00 AMMONIA. . 15c AMMONIA— RoyaL . 10c APPLE BITTER—HeIntxV. 25c ASPARAGUS Libby’s, large green 40c ASPARAGUS—Libby'*, tips.. 40c AUNT JEMIMA PAN CAKE.. 14c AUNT JEMIMA BUCK WHEAT ikc APRICOTS—Libby’s Bttc ALMOND—Ext., McCormick . 15c APPLE BCTTER—Libby’s... 26c ARGO STARCH 10c ARGO CORN STARCH 5c ARM ft HAMMER SODA 6c ALLSPICE—McCormick 10c APRICOTS—DeI Monte 35c ALUMINUM WARE your choice 7,'k* BUCKETS—IO-quart 25c BACON—sliced 45c BUTTER. 65c BEANS—Ritter’s 9 ( > BUTTER—Process 55c BABBIT LTE 15c BLUE—bottle 7c BRILLO. . 10c BRUSH—scrub 10c BRUSH —dust 35c BON AMl—bar Rlc BON ANl—powder 12c BASKETS—sIat 10c BEANS—Soup 12c BEANS—Lima 12c BEAN'S—Wagner’s baked 10c BEANS—Campbell’s baked... 10c BEAN'S—Challenge string.... 12c BEETS- Libby’s. 20c BLACKBERRIES—canned. .. 25c BLACKBERRIES—jam 25c BEECH NUT PEANUT BUT* TER 12c BROOMS 55c BORAX—MuIe Team 15c BIRD SEED—Superior 15c BIRD GRAVEL lc BAGS—shopping. ........ j... 5e COCOA—Webster’s, per 1b.... 10c CHILI SAUCE—Heintz’s 80c CHASE.O 5c CRACKER DUST 10c CORN BEEF—Armour's. 2 lbs 45c CORN BEEF—Armour's. 1 lb. Ike CORN BEEF—Libby’s 25c CATSCP—Heintz’s 90c CHEESE—Pimento..... 45c CHEESE—Daisy. 40c CHEESE—Ancre. pkg 16c CHEESE—Sharpless. pkg. ... 15c CHEESE—Cafe, pkg. 19e CHEESE—Pesco. pkg 9c CLOTHES PINS-per doz... Sc COFFEE—Maxwell 45c COFFEE—ArieI Club... 45c COFFEE—Fair Price 40c COFFEE—Our Own 35c COFFEE—Bar Non 25c CODFISH CAKES—canned.. 15c CLAM CHOWDER—Gorton’s, lie COCOA—I-5 W. B 10c COCOA—I-2 W. B 20c CHOCOLATE—I-4 W. B 10c CHOCOLATE—I-2 W. B 18c CORN—High Life 18c CORN—Honeydrop. crushed.. 18c CORN—Poplar Hill Shoe Peg. lie CORN—Wiley’s 11c CORN—Fawn Grove Shoe Peg. . . . ; ' 10c CANNED VEGETABLES— Mixed Spring Garden 13c CORN ft TOMATOES l*e CATSUP—Vanlill 10c CATSUP—Libby’s lie ROY V. TYDINGS, Manager. J v ■ i -■ •' 1 M Weeding Anniversary Celebrated Commander and Mrs. Theodore Johnson entertained a company of thirty at a supper last night in ceie hration of their wedding anniversary. Admiral and Mrs. Wilson were the guests of honor at the party. Bridge was played after supper. i Heats At Hnpper Party | Mr. and Mrs. Floyd who are well-known locally, gav.v a buffet supper on Weduesd iv night <n Washington. To Visit ! At Wardwur I Mrs. Philip Tower and her daugh ' ter. Miss Julia Tower, of Providence. R. 1., will arrive on April 27 for a week’s visit to Mrs. Middleton Semmes Guest TWICE PROVEN • If you suffer backache, sleepless nights, tired, dull days and distress ing urinary disorders, don’t experi | ment. Read this twice-told testi , mony. It’s Annapolis evidence , doubly proven. Mrs. Mary I. Nelson, 39 Holland j_St I _Annapoiis. gave the following nilLl SAUCE—Libby's 28c CRIBCO 24c CHIP BEEF—Peerless 28c CANDLES !2c CELEKI' SALTS McQor mick’s. *. Jic CREAM OF TARTAR—Mc- Cormick. . ~ 10c CINNAMON —McCormick. . .. t#c CLOVES—McCormick .‘ 10c CELERY SEED—McCormick. 10c CORN BEEF HASH - Ar mour’s 18C COCOANUT— canned, Baker's 18c CHERRIES—DeI Monte 16c CHERRIES—RosedaIe 40c CHERRIES -Libby’s 36c DROMEDARY DATES. . .. . J .. 2*c DIOWA WASH INC. TABLETS 2c EPSOM SALTS. . 5c EASY BHIGHT STOVE POLISH 16c. EASTON’S VEGONAISE 80c FARlNA—Hecker’s 15c FISH FLAKES —Groton’s. . . . 12c FLOUR—2 lbs., 18c; 5 lbs, 28c; 12 lbs., 66c; 24 lbs., $1.10; one-half barrel, $4.60. barrel 8.25 GRAPEFRUIT. 7c to 10c GHERKINS—sweet 86c GHERKINS-sour 80c GHERKINS —sweet, picnic... 26c GHERKINS —sour, picnic. ... 20c GRAPE JUlCE—large 85c GRAPE JUlCE—small 28c GELATINE 18c GELATINE—Knox 80c GRAPE NUTS 18c GLUE—Iron 10c HOMINY' —canned 12c HOMINY 8c HIPOLITE 10c HORSE RADISH. 10c HAMS—Schaeffer’s 28c HI POLlTE—large 25c HAMS—Picnic 16c INSECT POWDER 10c INK—bottle 10c JELLO—assorted flavors 11c JELLY BEANS—per 1b... ... 15c JELLY—assorted 18c JAMAICA GINGER —McCor mick 18c KKLLOGS FLAKES 0c KRAUT—Libby’s 16c KELLOG BRAN 20c LAMP CHIMNEYS 10c to 16c LARD 16c LAFRANCE TABLET 7c LEMONS—per doz 30c LOBSTER—per can 60c LOGAN LlMA—canned 14c LEMON EXT.—McCormick. .. 16c McCormick Spices, Extracts and Flavorings full line. MAYONNAISE-Mrs. Kidd’s . 24c MUSTARD—Heintz’s. . 15c MATCHES—Safetv. per doz.. 10c MATCHES—Natco, per box.. 5c MATCHES—Handy box 0c MlLK—Magnoila 15" MlLK—Dairyman’s League. .. 12" MILK—Pet 12" MlLK—Roger’s 10? MACARONI—Iarge 10; MACKERAL—per piece 13c MARJORAM. . Sc MUSTARD—Libby’s I2c MUSTARD—Gulden’s ISc MUSTARD—dry Mr MUSTARD SEED. . 10e MAYONNAISE—McCormick. . 25c MAYONNAISE Gelfand’*, large 2k MAYONNAISE Gelfand’s small Me statement August 12. 1916: “I had a severe case of kidney trouble. I i think I got it by walking up and ; down the steps so often. 1 had ter rible pains across the small of my . back and I couldn't do any work. My feet swelled and my eyes blurred , something awful. My kidueys didn’t act right and mornings I felt more tired then when I went to bed. 1 tried many medicines with no effect. A number of friends told me of | Doan’s Kidney Pills and I bought some at Smith's Pharmacy. After using half a box. I saw a great change. (I used about six boxes in all aud I noar am almost immune from kiduey | trouble.” F. I'-, i i QuickLunchatHome.OfficeflkFountains. Rich Milk, Malted Grain Extract in Pow derfeTabletforms. N ouHthing-No cooking. ■ MAYONNAISE Gelfand’s olive, large 40c MAYONNAISE Gelfand’s olive, small 17c MUCILAGE 10c MEAL. 3c NATIONAL BISCUIT as sorted. in full. NOODLES 10c NUTMEG—McCormick, box. . 10c OLlVES—Heintz’s 26c OlL—Mazola. . 80c OlL—Camphorated 15c Oil/—Castor 10r OATMEAL—Snow’s He ORANGES—per doz 80c to 50c OIL CANS—I gal 25c OLIY’ES Libby’s, stuffed, large 85c OLIVES Libby’B, stuffed, small 15c OLIVES Libby’s, queen, large 25c OLIY'ES Libby’s, queen, small 12c OLD DCTCH CLEANSER... . 10c DNIONS—per lb 8c OATMEAL lie OlL—Wessons 28c POST TOASTIES c POST BRAND 15c PICKLES-Heintz full line. PICKLES— sweet, small 80c PICKLES—sour 25c PICKLES—diII, per can 28c PlCKLES—spiced 10c PICKLES—whoIe, sweet 30c PRUNES—SO-60, per lb 15c PEACHES—dried, per 1b.... 20c. PEACHES —Libby’s, choice . . 30c PEACHES—Rosedale 27c PEACHES—Silverdale 25c PEACHES—Rosedale, small . 17c PEACHES—DeI Monte 35c PEACHES- Del Monte 2Kc PEACHES-All Gold 40c PEACHES—Jam 25c PEAS—Black Eye 8c PEAS—High Life 82c PEAS—Minn. . . 2Kc PEAS—Little Admiral 20c PEAS —Superior 22c PEAS—Marcella 20c PEAS—Compass Brand 18c PEAS —Success. 16c PINEAPPLE—Iarge 44k’ PINEAPPLE—smaII Sfc PINEAPPLE—grated 26c POTTED MEAT PRODUCTS. 5c POTTED HAM ISc POTTED CHICKEN 20c PCDDlNE—assorted 18c PoßTUM—large, Instant. . . . 40c POSTl'M—small. Instant. . . .• 25c POSTCM—large 20c PoßTUM—large. 16c PARIKA 14k* POLISH—2-in-l 12c POLISH—2-in-l, liquid 12c PEPPERr—Black. McCormick. 10c PEPPER—White, McCormick. 10c QUAKER OATS 12c QUAKER QUAKIES 7c RICE 7c RICE —Greenwood. 10c RlCE—Comet, pkg H RAlSlNS—Seedless 17e RAlSlNS—seeded le ROPE—clothe* line Mr RELlSHES—Gelfand’s, large. 86c RELlSHES—Gelfand’s. small 15c RELlSH—Gelfands, sweet... 90c RINSO 7c 80LARINE , . Me * I 1 cold iroobiee; use nightly— VJSJSS Qmr 17 Million Jan Voai Yam* SHADY OAKS FRIED SPRING CHICKEN WITH FRESH VEGETABLES NOW SERVED. PHONE 126-M. all *- - ■ TT...T - . , Breeze Inn Lunch—Tea CHICKEN WAFFLE DINNERS Cards Dancing Armlger fl-F-15 j - —H; SAL SODA 7f SUGAR—At cost. SYRUP—Brer Rabbit lie SOAP—Van Camp's 5r SPAtiH ETTl—large 10c SPAGHETTI- Wag., can 10c SALMON—Libby's, red 25c SALMON—Libby’s pink 15c SALMON CHUNN—Libby's... 18r SARDINES—Booth 14c SARDINES—-mustard or oil.. 5c SARDINES—MarteI 18c SAKDINES-ollve oil 18c SIIRIMP—Sea Foco 18c SOUP—vegetable. Campbell’s. 10c SOUP—assorted, Campbell’s.. 10c SUCCOTASH 15c SWEET POTATOES 12r SPINACH , 20c STRAWBERRY—Jam 2Hc SYRUP—Golden Crown 15c SYRUP—Karo. Red Label. ... 14c SY’RUP—Karo, blue label 10c SYRI’P—Log Cabin 80c STARCH—Elastic. 0c SALT—box 5c SALT—Morton's 10c SALT—bag 7c ' SOAP—Klrkman's 0c SOAP—Octagon 0c SOAP—Octagon, white 8c SOAP—Fells Naptha 0C SOAP—Star 0c S4>AP—P. & G. Naptha 0c SOAP—Life Buoy 7c SOAP—Palm Olive fc SAoP—Arrow Borax 5c TOMATO PULP 10c TEA—Lipton’s 28c TEA—Llpton's, pkg 10c TEA —Banquet Peco, 1-4 1b... 25c TEA—Banquet Blend, 1-4 lb.. 20c TEA—Heno, 1-4 lb 23<- TEA—Heno, 1-8 lb 12c TEA Bohea Pure Gun powder, 1-4 lb 201- TEA Bohea Orange Peco Black, 1-4 lb. ... i.i. lie TEA—Bohea Green and Hiack 1-4 lb 17e TEA—Bohea Special Ceylon. 1-4 lb He TEA—Bohea Pure Green and f Black. 1 1-4 oz ... 0c TOMATO SOUP—Libby’a. ... 10c TOMATOES—Princes. 10c TOMATOES—Princes 8c TOMATOES—HiII Top 10c TOMATOES—Red Royal .... 10c TOILET PAPER—Westover. . 5c TOILET PAPER—Scot Tissue 16c TOILET PAPER—Waldorf. . . 8c TAPIOCA—B. Pearl 15c TAPlOCA—Dromedary 14c TOOTH PICKS 5c TlNA—Blue Ribbon 27e TUBS—galvanized 70c to 1.00 UNEEDA BISCUITS 7c YF.GONABBE—Eastons Me VlNEGAß—white 10c VINEGAR—red lc VINEGAR—pure cider ISc YULCANOL Me VANILLA EXT.—McCormick. 15c WHEAT FARIN'O lie WAX PAPER—per pkg 5c WITCH JIAZEL lie WICKS—B. ft H Me WHEAT—puffed 18c WHEAT —shredded 18c WHEAT—Cream of 2c WASH BOARDS—glass - zinc 00c YEAST P44WDERB—at Hat price. Z ft ETC.—too numerous to mention. We want yon to come and see for yourself.