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HEAR WRESTING MS G. I. Gardiner And Mr. Barnes Stress Need Of Marketing To bacco Co-Operatively 11 JOIN ASSOCIATION At the regular monthly meeting of the Anne Arundel branch of the Mary land Tobacco Growers’ Association Daggett's Hall, Tracy's Landing, was jammed to its capacity when the Anne Arundel fanners wfio are mem bers of the association assembled to hear George 1. Gardner tell of his trip to Kentucky. Mr. Gardiner gave a very convinc Jug talk concerning his visit to th* Hurley fields in the Hlue Grass State He exhibited samples of tobacco taken at random on the Kentucky market and quoted prices which the Kentucky people had received on these samples Many of these samples were very or dlnary grades of stock and everyom present realized that the price: quoted on thbse samples were four and in some instances five and six times as much as was received fo Maryland tobacco during the year just closed. HA% ( o-Operation Sought He aiuted very forcibly the need o co-operative marketing of tobacco und in concluding he said: "Now al we ask of you farmers is to give tn< IS per cent, co-operation and give u* the next GO duys for our campaign when you have completed your or gunization and hand it back to you; board of directors and see what the: will do with It. We are going to ge for you Just what your tobacco if worth on the Baltimore market." Mr. Gardiner's address was follow c*d by that of G. T. Itarncs, who hat come for the 60-day campaign for in creased membership in the assorts tion. Mr. Barnes' address was ver: interesting and educational. The co operative movement throughout th< United States was outlined in aver; convincing manner. He sketched briefly how the association had gom from coast to coast, and how a Stat* prior to the introduction of co-opera tloii was at the bottom of the list o 44 States und how now this sanu State was at the head of the list of 4! States agriculturally. Mr. Harnes has cotye fresh front tin cotton campaign which is now still it progress in the South. He said: These Ihings can be done and will b< done. I believe that the farmer car do these things If he only makes j half effort." Before the meeting adjourned eleven new members were signed u f This included practically all the peo pie present who whre not’ members o (he association. ■' ' " 1 — mm,,rnmm .n M ST. JOHN’S CRUSHED BY WILLIAM AND MARY NINF (Continued Prom Page 1.) ft few days ngo, 14 to 0 will be o the slab. Peterson probably will li the Navy selection to oppose him. Score: W. and M. j Ab. 11. H. O. A. E. Hieks. SB ....... 6 2 3 1 4 1 Cook, lb 6 0 0 10 0 0 Denton, 2b .... 5 4 0 2 1 0 J. Chandler, 3b.. 6 3 112 1 la)ve, cf 6 4 11 0 0 Westbrook. If .. 6 2 1 2 0 0 Moss, rf 6 11 2 0 0 Chnlkley, c .... 4 1 0 8 1 0 Cox, p ~5 1 2 0 0 0 Totals 47 18 9 27 S 2 ST. JOHN’S. Ah. R. H. O. A. E. , Engelke. 3b ... 3 0 0 1 3 1 Matthews, 2b .. 4 0 1 2 3 5 Merrick. If 4 0 1 3 0 2 H. Wegner, lb. 4 0 014 0 1 Dugan, ps 4 0 1 0 2 2 Standiford. p. .. 1 0 0 0 0 0 Bock, p 2 1 0 0 2 0 Longer, rf 2 1 3 0 0 1 Perry, c 0 0 0 1 0 0 Boston, c 2 0 0 2 0 1 R. Wegner, e 2 0 0 1 0 0 Hounds, c 1 0 1 0 0 0 Holmes, cf 3 0 0 3 0 0 • Totals 32 2 7 27 10 13 W. and M... 6 3 0 5 2 0 0 0 2—IS St. John's. .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 Two-base hit—J. Chandler. Three base hit —Love. Home run Hicks Hasos on balls Off Standiford. 3; oft Bock, 1; off Cox. 3. Struck out—B> Cox, 8; by Standiford. 3; by Hock. 1 Left on bases William and Mary, 3; St. John's. 3. Passed ball—Boston First lase by errors—William and Mary, 9 ; St. John's. 1. Hit by pitohe: —Denton. Moss (by Standiford). Time 2.15, Umpire—Brockman, of Balti more. Curried Bubonic Plague A report comes that a rat with al! the symptoms of bubonic plague was found in the house of a' man attacker by this disease. "Kill rats and you prevent plague." explains a physician Royal Guaranteed Rat Paste kills rats quickly and with certainty. Get it to <’ay. 26c and 50c a tube. Sold and guaranteed by j! Newton Gilbert, P. O.— (Adv.) Z si C* W. Tucker & Son i ROOFERS Spnntlng, Sheet Metnl and slate Work. Mote and Furnace Repairing. PHONE 114. I U. ' PROPERTY TRANSFERS IN CITY AND COUNTY j RECORDED IN COURT From Bruner R. Anderson to Al phnnso Gatewood and wife, tract oi land in this county, containing 1 acre From Thomas S. Jeffrey to John R Jeffrey, tract of land in the county containing 2 acres. From Nelson Wells and wife t< Elizabeth Dwyer, tract of land in Sec ond district, containing 8 1-2 acres. From George W. Slater and other? to George S. Gartner, lot of ground at South River Park. First district. From George S. Gartner to Georgi W. Slater and others, lot of ground a South River Park. First district. From Addle C. Davis to Henry Join Peterman, two lots of ground at Ger mantown. Second district. From Joseph Hoffman Jacobs anc wife to Roger W. Gardwell and wife 'our lots of ground at Greston Park (his county. From Joseph Hoffman Jacobs an< wife to John W. Morris, lot of grount it Gr*ston Park, this county. From Sarah Elizabeth Marsh tf °eyton S. Cochran and wife, lot o (round on Wagner street, Oklahom: "errace, Annapolis. From Amelia G. Zang and husband o Benjamin Michaelson, Trustee rmet of land at Galesville. First dis rict, containing 3 acr-s. 2 roods an< ’6 square perches of land. From Benjamin Michaelson. Trus ee, to William J Zang and wife, tear >f land at Galesville, First district <>nt,-lining 3 acres, 2 roods and 2.' •qua res perches. From William Woodfield Zang am wife to William J. Zang and wife ract of land at Galesville, First dis ‘rict, containing 49 3-4 acres. From Irving Owings and wife t< Elizabeth B. Jordan and others, lot o -round at Owings’ Beach, Seventh dis trirt. From The Idlewllde Community Re ort Company to Anton Stephen, tw< ots of ground in Eighth district. From Stephen G. Isaacs, Sr., am" vife to Stephen G. Isaacs, Jr., trac >f land at Gamp Parole, Second dis rict. From William A. League and wif< o John M. League and wife, half o' >t of ground at West Annapolis, Sec 1 md district. From Joseph Hoffman Jacobs ant' vife to Charles L. Stockhausen Com -any, Inc., tract of land on the Mago hy river, this county. From Cornelius Schriver and wift nd others to Enoch Harlan, two lot? >f ground at Riveria Beach, Third list rict. From Enoch Harlan to Henrx tchmidt and w ife, two lots of ground t R’verla Beach, Third district,. Prom' Margaret Lemmifn and other? ) Eva McClelland, four lots in the 'mirth district. * From Harry D. Richardson and wif< o Henry C. Bourke. Jr., and wife our lots of ground in the county. From Frank Ira Phelps to Byror 21wood Phelps, lot of ground in the fourth district. From Bernard J. Wiegard and wifi nd others to William Katerseles and vife. lot of ground on West street \nna polls. From 1 ho Workman’s Co-Operative tealty Company to Carrie Smallwood >nd husband, lot of ground at Gler Jurnie Heights. Third district. From John W. Holloway and wife o Ross N. Walter and wife, lot o‘ (round In the county. From Eugene P. Childs. Executor o Mary A. Duckett, two tracts of land li the First district, the first trac ’ontaining 150 acres and the second ‘.ract containing 2S acres. From Sarah Catherine Walton tr Walton Hyde Hopkins, lot of ground in Murray Hill, Annapolis. From John H. Schenkel and wiftp tr Francis M Chisolm, two lots of (round at Camp Parole, Second dis ‘rict. Frntn Charles F. I.ee and others Executory, to Harry S. Ketichingtor tnd wife, lot of ground at German town. Second district. From The Upper Ashburton Realty Company to August H. Messenbrinck •wo lota of ground at Manhattan Beach. Second district. From August H. Messenbrinck and wife to Salvatore Centineo and others ‘wo lots of ground at Manhattan Beach. Second district. From Carrie M Hardesty and hus band to Ennis Bast. lot of ground ir* Eighth district. TAXI SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT < TELEPHONE M 9 EUGENE WELLBORN SO FRANKLIN STREET at!) Square Deal Garage AM. WORK tI'AKAN'TKKI)! r, (Irii.ii) Moldrn, Prop. GENERAL REPAIRS. STORAGE AND WELDING Corn hill and Flrrt st.. Annapolto. Md. T.-Irphone ISS. ml!- clMlir. W. COl CUAM. > FAINTING DECORATING PAPER HANGING w —— Bottaatea Chaw-fall? FaralakaU. Oalar arheotea for 'furniture palntlagv * l pholuterliig and Gold Line Work. *>H BEAM ST. rnONR 544-W I THE EVENING CAWT.-VL, ’ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND, SATURDAY, APRIL 21. 102:1. From William F. Wood and wife to Charles Addison Hodges, tract of land J in Second district, containing 5 3-10 1T m Ann e M. Russell and bus j bund Jto Alice A. Bates, 2 lots of j ground on Chester avenue, Eastport Second district. From The Arundel Packing Com pany and others to William A. Donch tud wife, lot of ground at Chalk Point. Eighth district. From John G. Schlipp and others I rustees, to Robert Moss, two lots of around at Garden Farms, Second dis trict. From Edwin S. Grafflin and others Trustees, to Ernest B. Bennett, Sjr. tract of land in Second district, con taining 17 4-10 acres. From R Stanley Carswell and wife to Idlewilde Community Resort Com pany. tra,ct of land on West River, Eighth district, containing 3 acres. From Idlewilde Community Resort Company to Charles W Winters, live of ground at Idlewilde, Eighth | district. From Aladdin Realty and Home Builders’ Corporation to Jennie Auk word. lot of ground at Colonial Park this county. From Christopher George Scherger to John Walker Holman and wife, lot of ground on Madison s'reet, A-nnapolis. From Christopher Geojge Scherger 'o John Walker Holman and wife, lot of ground on West street. An * polis From Kate M. Lehr to John J. Sei fert and wife, lot of ground at Linthi •um’s, Fifth district, containing 13 17-100 acres. From The Patapsco Park Land Company to John Hobson and wife wo lots of ground at Patapsco Park. Fifth district. From The Patapsco Park Land Company' to William E. Russell and wife, two lots of ground t Patapsco Park, Fifth district. From The Patapsco Park La id Company to Nannie M. Benson and vife, two lots of ground at Patapsco Park. Fifth district. From The Patapsco Park Land Company to Frartfis M. ' i.-ker, tw< 'ots of ground at Patapsco Park, Fifth lisirict. From The Patapsco Park Land Company to John Smith and wife, two lots of ground at Patapsco Park, Fifth district. From Irving Owings and wife to Gidson H Hallo, lot of ground at Owings’ Beach. Seventh district • From John K. Culver and wife to James U. McNamee, two lots of ground at Brooklyn Park, Fifth dis trict. From John K. Culver and w-ife to Hyman J. Ferimer, four lots of ground ground at Brooklyn Park. Fifth dis trict. From John K. Culver and wife to Harry O. Keeney and wife, two lots of ground at Brooklyn Park, Fifth dis trict. From John K. Culver and wife to Joseph S. W. Sheckells and wife, two lots of ground at Brooklyn Park, Fifth district i ■ From James J. St'ehle and wife to Joseph Brown and wife, lot of ground at Murray Hill, Annapolis. From Aladdin Realty and Home Builders’ Corporation to Harriet Amies, lot of ground at Colonial Park, this county. From The Ferndale Farms Corpo ration to Lloyd Copper and wife, four 'ots of ground at Ferndale, Fourtl list rict. From The Board of Edrn-.lon of Anne Arundel County to Henry R Wade, tract of land in this county, containing one-quarter of an acre. From Addie B. K. Hawking and others to William Wellham. Jr., tract of land in Fifth district, containing 1 acre. From Henry Blake ami wife to Stantford Jouett and wife, lot ground on Franklin street, this city From Benjamin Watkins and wife to Peter Gang and wife, tract of land in Second district, containing 100 acres. From Elgius L. Roelle and wife and , others to George S. Jones and wife. lot of ground in the county. —[★)— Star : Theatre CHANGE Or PICTCREB DAILY * TODAY GOLDWYN SI'PER-SPECIAL PRODUCTION “ The Invisible Power” With an All-Star Cast And Round No. 3 “LEATHER PUSHERS” MONDAY “SOCIAL BUCKANEER” —With— JACK MUGAL TUESDAY PEARL WHITE -IN “PLUNDER” Coining Wednesday and Thursday “Beautiful and Damned” With MARIE PREVOST and a Good Comedy Mighty Crowds Pack Subways To Attend New York Theatres (By Thf AMON-Uted rr-.) NEW YORK, Apr. 21.—The "sar- I dine” life led by playgoers who night- 1 ly struggle their way In crowded sub- i ways to the Great White Way is * i graphically described and character- 1 izeJ as "almost alarming” in a re port issued by Nelson P. Lewis. Wor merly chief engineer cf the City Board of Estimate and Apportion ment. recently retained to study the prol lem. When smiling Broadway managers hang out the "Standing Room Only’’ sign, as they frequently are doing now adays. it means not even standing room in the subways, the report dis closes, with sometimes as many as 900 passengers over a capacity lead try-1 ing to get on every train leaving through each of the five tunnels that lead away from Times Square. Failure of the city to limit the mini ler of public halls in any given area, as is done in London and other old world cities, is blamed by the re port for the condition. ‘‘Between 38th and 51st streets and i between Sixth and Eighth avenues.” says the report, "there are no les? than 78 theatres. Their combined seating capacity is 95,000. Forty four of them, with a capacity of 56,- 000. are within a circle having a rad ius of 1,000 feet from the center of Broadway and 42nd street. "Assume for a moment that of these 56 000 amusement seekers, 35.Q00 come from the Times Square station letweer. 8:0P and 8:30. From this station Interborough and Brooklyn Rapid Transit trains run both north and south, while a shuttle train runs to the Grand Central Station and the east side Interborough line. If these 3f>jooo people were equally distributed letween these live routes, it would mean that 7,000 people would have to be accommodated by each. Now : if two-thirds of this total arrived le i i———— —i i■■ ii —— Jti m Palmer Engine BENJ. F. SARLES AGISM Phene A non noli* Md I " * l ' T ■*. * *t" . . * *• i j, * .* • *. * ?■> l ; Blind Man’s Buff VEN in this age of enlightenment some folks spend J their money blindly. They buy with their eyes shut. They grope in the dark as truly as if their eyes were bandaged. ’ j •' ! I . \ And all the time a powerful light is being thrown on the very things they need and want! Advertising is a beacon to guide you in buying. It shows you what to buy—where to buy—and when to buy. At the same time, it protects you against fraud and inferiority. • Merchants and manufacturers who advertise deliber ately focus thousands of eyes upon their wares. Their values must be honest and their prices right, or they could not advertise successfully. Don t play blind man s buff with the elusive dollar. Spend a few minutes each day running through the adver tisements in this paper. Then buy the products that have proved up in the light of advertising. Read the advertisements tween 8:00 and 8:15 and one-third be tween 8:15 and 8:30. it would mean that 4.700 people would arrive from each of these five directions in the latter quarter cf an hour. “The performances are over very nearly at the same time, and the per iod during which the crowds wish to reach the subway trains is consider ably shorter. Let us assume, how ever, that they will be obliged to oc cupy the same half-hour in dispers ing. A ten-car train, loaded to capacity, holds about 1.300, while with all the standing room occupied to the limit of decency, it will hold 1.000. If then, such ten-car trains left in each j of these five directions every three minutes, it would mean that 940 pas iWMMgwr. I C B HIROPR AC TI C points the way to ! health. A sul luxat ion of ! the spine pinches a nerve ! retarding the flow of j j nerve force. A Chiroprac tic adjustment allows the nerve to become normal . ami nature does the rest. CIRCLE PLAYHOUSE Slg^Ptatin; ' WESLEY BARRY 1 I\ „ KOlil.hl Itll h\ C' “FIGHTING BLOOD” '* Syncopated Orchesl r* “ii a hold lloyd" Heroes Of The Street “AESOP'S FABLES" t From the play by Lem Parker Middle* ' v*. bring them with mu, *- Aid the Sensallojihl A lIAKKY RAPE PHOIHTTION They'll love if EMntaUttnl r.tuK: l.lrettetl I.J Wm. Ban,mine • sll „„, “THE RUNAWAY S,lo " s •BOG" COMING! MONDAY AND TUESDAY: “XEKO" l kii.il Prices: |.*54 ■———^— l ———i —mm sengers would try to crowd into these ( trains without regard to the number l already on them. t “The conditions are actually even i j worse than thi*. as the shuttle trains , while they start from Times Square ( station and may be available for the i theater crowd, are generally made up ] of less than onehalf the number of cars assumed for the other trains. i “To visualize this problem a little < more clearly, attention is called to i the fact that the 95,000 people attend- I ing the 78 places of entertainment wheu all seats are occupied, is more than equivalent to the combined popu lation of Mount Vernon, New Roch- I I REPUBLIC THEATRE i - -■■■ MONDAY and TUESDAY THOMAS H. INCE Presents “Lorna Doone” WITH Madge Bellanny, John Bowers and Frank Keenan The greatest love story ever written. One of the bi> Pictures of the Season A *i i Added Attraction: A Good Comedy and Kinogram News TODAY REX INGRAM’S LATEST SENSATION! “Trifling Women” With Notable Cast Including RAMON NOVARRO BARBARA I.A BARR, LEWIS s. NTIIM Critics Say Ramon Novarro Will Surpass Valentino in Public Favor I ■ elle, the Pelhams. nn*nxvi!.-- t hoe and Scarsdale. i, jt , , thau the total popular,,,, ’ ' men and children. ,>t v„., - ' ville. Bloomfield. x u ,i,. v ,•!' Cedar Grove, raldw. u iCJ Verona, and ihe remain! Borough of Caldwell "Another comparison number exceeds the tot,] , of Orange. East Orang,.' Orange and is almf w . the total population of j>. ton and Little Pall- - """ ♦♦ ADVERTISE IN T IIF CAPITAL. IT PAYS!