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Published Dally Ei<-*pl Ruuday by
THE CAPITAL IMBLIHUING COMPACT
THE EVENING CAPITAL
la on aala at ibe following places:
Georg. W. Jones 32 West Street
WlffiSlu BchUltxe 35 West Street
George J. Darts 74 Maryland Avs.
(.'baa. G. IVliliarycr W Maryland At#.
“RloaMsd Confectionary” King George St
William Baker Weet A Cathedral Kts.
W. B A A. Newataud. Short Line Terminal
M Ml. *r SKM Went Street
N. Hu. drla. Third A Seven Ave., Kaatport
Dr. Charlea B. Henkel...*!• Maryland Are.
Martina MubW-mI Store, it'.* U’eat Street
Samaras... .....Main A Conduit Str
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for 46 i-enta tier uiontb.
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patches herein are alao reserved.
SATURDAY, APRIL 28. 1922.
“BOYS* WEEK” BEGINS TO
MORROW
The opening day of “Boys’
W eek” in Annapolis will I>p ob
served tomorrow with appropri
ate services in the local churches,
at which time the full significance
of the whole occasion will be fur
ther impressed upon the minds of
the youngsters. Special sermons
will he preached and the hoys
will in every way he made to feel
that the guiding hands of their
elders are always ready to help
them over the pitfalls of youth.
The churches have extended a
most hearty welcome; the var
ions congregations are eager to
pay their- tribute to boyhood, and
it is therefore, hoped that even
boy jfiV’tlie city will respond l\v
attending church tomorrtJwi
Wfcita th* V , b*mplf4 <i “lo?w
Week” program arranged by’tin'
K<tarv ('tab,.: uncUn ** hvuo, an*-
picesj the affair’ll talfigGtrirfcii lim
ed. eorttain# 'many features de
signed to shoW 'tld 4 y<hitigsitPT>’
the * affection and friendship
which their elders hold for them,
and to give evidence of the deep
desire to tie of assistance to them
at all times, the opening day
program at) Ttftff Ctrl?‘pTitTffps Thr
most significant of all. L>y at
tending chltroh tomorrow, mati\
a boy may Receive the inspira
tion to make church-going a reg
ular habit] apd, with this trm
spirit of service, instilled, the fu
ture benefit l>itli to the hov and!
the commimity is simply incal-J
culable.
To insure a record attendance
of boys at tomorrow’s services, I
every grown-up in the city can
render invaluable help. If each
older person in Annapolis will in
terest himself or herself in some
boy to the extent of impressing
upon him the importance of the
event, and by accompanying the
youth to church, an excellent ex
ample of real comradeship will
he shown at the outset, and a 1
throng of earnest young faces
rising above the pews will be a>
sured.
Show your interest in some
hoy tomorrow by accompanying
him to church.
THE HOY AMI THE CHURCH
Tomorrow marks the begin
ning of the week set apart to em
phasize the place of the Boy in
the community. As might have
been expected, the Churches were
quick to see that the Roys’ Week
program was akin to their own I
plans for the good of boys. In
fact the program included church
attendance, with addresses deal
ing with work for and hv boys.:
This observance is by no!
means local only, nor can we j
claim to be pioneers. Through-;
out the country similar exercises
will be held. But it is safe to
say that nowhere will greater
heartiness of co-operation pre
vail, nor more skillful prepara
tions be made.
Rotary Clubs have been the
moving spirit in this enterprise,
and their slogan “Service Before
Self” will explain why. If but aj
j>ortion of the enthusiasm that
the boys will display in some of!
the side features of Boys’ Week)
can be captured for the ideal ex
alted by Rotary, it will mean!
much for the future of the com
munity and the country at large.
Sunday, therefore, will have a
twofold message for this celebra
tion. It will call attention to the
fact that an unselfish aim and a
willingness to serve can be deep
ened and kept alive only by the
sanction of Religion; and it will
point to one of the fundamental
tenets of the Christian Religion
in particular, that the good of
I men was wrought by the way
| of self -acrificing service, and that
the true disciple must walk the
same road.
MIDDIES MEET
MASS. TECH ON
SEVERN TODAY
(Cantlnuod From P* 1.)
the tennis courts, the Middies may en
counter some difficulty with the rac
quet swingers of Swarthmore College,
of Pennsylvania, who defeated
Gee rgetown yesterday 4 to 2.
With the fine spring weather con
ditions prevailing, today's sport card
will attract large crowds-. The time
for the several events has been ar
ranged so that all will be ptetty well
j out of the way before the row in*?
races are started.
The Crews And Weights
The opposing crews, with weights,
follow:
Navy Varsity—Holies, stroke, 178;
Walsh, 7, 173; Shauklin, 0, 180;
Zuber. 5, 175; Chillingworth. 4, 172;
King, 3, 173; Bell. 2, 107; Schieke.
bow. 170; Gwinn. coxswain, 115.
Average weight, excluding coxswain,
173%.
Tech. Varsity—Brill, stroke, 100;
Eaton, 7, 107; Greatwood, 6,18 S;
Thimmc, 5,18 T; Valentino, 4, 172;
Ames. 3, 101; McKinnon, 2, 105; Geis,
bow, 158; Kean, coxswain, 110. Aver
age weight, 109 3-4.
Navy Second Varsity Kendall
stroke, 155; Washburn. 7, 170; (.'lex
ton, 6, 170; Ambrose, 5, 170; Moss, 4
165; Freeman, 3, 168; Straub, 2, 160;
Kirkpatrick, bow, 170; Field, coxs
wain, 115.
Average, 160.
Tech's. Light Crew—Evans, stroke
147; Davis, 7, 155; Dunbar, 6, 155;
Butler, 5, 150; Rosseau, 4, 147; Goble
3, 149; Taylor, 2, 148; Smith, bow
-147; Reid, coxswain. .Average, 149 3-4
Navy “Plebes” Whelan, stroke
155; DeWolfe, 7, 168; Cornwell, 6
170; Elliott, 5, 105; May, 4,10 G; Eddy
3. 170; Lee, 2, 160; Watson, bow, 165;
Trafton, coxswain, 115. Average
104 7-8.
SEVERAL STATES
TO INAUGURATE
DAYLIGHT SAVING
njpfea A
(CtWtlnued Fiorn Base 1.)
In Delaware, where Wilmington
aiyi Newport lasf, ypr observed day
jUtfht. earing tjme under local • ordi
nances, an anti-daylight hill, this yeai
passed the 'legislature and beeanu
law without the governor’s signature
There was talk of the possibility o!
court action against the "law, which
compels courts, public offices and
banks to operate on eastern stand
ard time.
Tentattre arrangements have been
made by the Merchants Association ol
Ni-w York to have Marcus M. Marks
president of the National Daylight
Saving Association, who launched th(
movement In 1915, broadcast through
out the United Stutes by radio an ad
dress on the advantages of the new
I time, with the view of augmenting (he
I number of cities which have adopted
i it.
11l European Countries
England and Belgium are among
some of the European countries which
observe five months of daylight sav
ing. beginning the latter part of April
Advocates of the new time here de
clare the principal objections to day
light saving, originating mostly in
the rural districts, have been exploded
by results of tests at the Massachu
setts state experimental farms and bj
those farmers who do advocate day
light saving.
Why Farmers Oppose It
Many farmers have contended that
crops could not be cultivated eaTly tr
the morning when dew still is on (hi.
plants.' but this argument, daylight
saving proponents say, was reduced tc
the case of one plant—beans. Subse
quently. it was added, one Massachu
setts farmer, an advocate of daylight
saving, cultivated a record crop ol
beans while still dew-laden, prior tc
6 a. m.
EXACTS INSURANCE
AGAINST SPECTATORS
(By Ttie Associated Tress.)
VIENNA, Apr. 2S.—A dancer at a
local theater appeared in such scant
attire recently that a group of stud
ents, in protest, threw a gas bomb at
her.
She has now compelled the theater
i to insure her person for 2.000.000.000
, crowns, or $30,000.
Nailed At List
“Did everything go all right at the
wedding ceremony?” “Yes.” “Who
gave the bride away?” “Tommy, her
small brother, who stood up in the
middle of the ceremony and hollered
| out: ‘Well done, Maisie! You’ve got
, him at last!”’ —London Answers.
“COLD IN THE HEAD”
| is an acute attack of Nasal Catarrh
- Those subject to frevient “colds” are
' generally in a “run ;wn” condition
HALL’S CATARRH MEDICINE is a
i treatment consisting o! an Ointment
j to be used locally, and a Tonic, which
acts quickly through the Blood on the
Mucous Surfaces, building up the Sys
tem. and makiug you less liable tc
“colds.”
Sold by druggists for over 40 years
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.—Adv.
Try an ad in THE EVENING CAPI
TAL It pays!
TffS: EVTOTVCt cArAVAI. KA&AJOUB. MARYLAND SATURDAY. APRIL 2S, 1923.
WASHINGTON COLLEGE
SMOTHERS ST. JOHN’S
<fntlid Fran Pi| U
WASH. COL. Ab. R. H. O. A. E.
Griffith, cf 4 11 1 0 0
Dunnstreet, 2b.. 4 3 2 2 2 1
Johnson. 3b. ... 4 11 3 0 0
Flowers, ss 5 4 3 3 2 1
Gordy, If 4 1 2 3 0 0
Cavanaugh, lb. . 4 0 2 6 1 0
McGinnis, rf. ... 2 0 0 3 0 0
Carrington, c. .. 4 0 1 5 0 0
Hickman, p 3 11 0 3 0
Armstrong, rf. . 0 0 0 0 0 0
Holand. c 0 0 0 1 0 0
Raine, 3b 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 34 11 13 27 8 2
ST. JOHN’S Ab. R. H. O. A. E.
Merrick, If 5 1 0 0 0 0
H. Wegner, lb. . 4 11 1 0 0
Matthews, 2b. .. 3 11 1 2 1
Engelke, ss 5 1 3 4 3 2
Case, rf 5 0 1 0 0 0
Holmes, cf 5 0 2 1 0 0
Dugan. 3b 4 0 0 1 3 0
Standiford, p. .. 3 0 0 2 11
Wegner, c 1 0 0 3 0 1
Bouuds, c 1 0 0 3 0 0
Total 30 4 8 24 9 C
Wash. Col 201 033 02x—11
St. John’s 000 000 004 4
Two-base hits Flowers, Gordy,
Matthews. Three-base hits—Gordy
Flowers. Engelke. Sacrifice hits—
Gordy, Matthews. Bases on halls—Off
Standiford, 4; off Hickman, 5. Struck
out—By Standiford, 3; Hickman, 6
Stolen bases—Griffith, Armstrong
Double plays—Dunnschott to Cava
naugh; Standiford to Engelke. Hit by
pitcher—(By Standiford (McGinnis
Armstrong, Dunnschott). Umpire-
Cloak. Time of game—2.lo.
MANY ATTRACTIONS TO
MARK FARMERS’ DAY
(Continued From Pax 1.)
plished by the Extension Service in
girls’ club work and in home econom
<-s through the county home demon
stration agents and what is being
lone by the institution in its home
economics teaching will be visualized
n a playlet to be presented as a fea
ure of the afternoon program.
To Lay Armory Cornerstone
The corner stone of the new gym
nasium and artnory will t e laic% with
Masonic ceremonies by the Beltsville
and Hvaftsvillo Masonic lodges, fol
lowing Governor address
\n exhibition drill, by the Reserve
Officers’ Training Corps uuit of the
University and a baseball game wiR
be other attractions of the afternoon
Luncheon will be served to ,vis^- s
tors. V
CliooMiuir The Rug For Yonr
~ LlTtiur-ltTrom
Of all the rooms to be rugged, the
-liyin*urc>Qja-seeuuu the . jun&t import*,
ant. And while the rug choice ap
pears more than ample, ft really map
be narrowed down, generally speak
ing, to the all-over plain rug, the two
tone unnoticeable design, the all-ovei
genuine Oriental not too garish in
pattern or coloring, small genuine
Oriental rugs, small plain wool rugs
af flat weave, and the occasional in
formal living-room hand-made, oval
rag rugs.
One of the most deservedly popu
lar, artistically beautiful aud service
able rug treatments for the living
room is that of the large plain neu
tral-toned rug. Let me tell you about
a living-room that had successfully
made use of just such a plain taupe
•olored rug. While a rug of this
<ind may be found in chenille, wil
on, axminster or velvet, depending
iron the price desired, this one wai
•henille, the most expensive, and was
•ut seven feet wide from a piece wov
en fifteen feet, resulting in a rug
seven by fifteen, of ample size for
the living-room measuring twelve
feet by twenty-two, when it is re
membered that the hearth and the
wall furniture fill much of the side
door spaco.—From the April “De
signer.”
ORDER NISI
In the Matter of the Sale of the Mortgaged
Real Kstate aiid Chattels of Frank J.
Kadan and Mary F- Kadan. Ida wife.
(Delmas C. Stutler and Klla M. Stutler, his
wife, present owners.)
No. 47.10 Equity.
In the Circuit Court for Anne Arundel Co.
Ordered, this 20th day of April, 1923, that
’.he sale of the property mentioned in these
proceedings, made and reported by Ridgely P.
Melvin, Attorney, he ratified and confirmed,
unless cause to the contrary thereof bo shown
>n or before the
21st Day of Hay, 1923,
Provided, a copy of this order be inserted in
some newspaiier published in Anne Arundel
County, once in each of three successive weeks
before the 21st day of May, 1923.
The report states the amount of sales to be
$36,000.00.
\VM. X. WOODWARD, Clerk.
Trne Copy, Test:
WM. X. WOODWARD, Clerk.
Notice of Registration for
the City Election
Xotice is hereby given that the Registration
for the City Election will be held on
MONDAY, MAY 21, 1923
Offices of Registration open from 9 a. m.
to 9 p. m., at the following places:
FIRST WARD—Polling House. East
Street, next to Water Witch Hook and Lad
der headquarters.
SECOND WARD —Polling House. First
floor Municipal Building.
THIRD WARDD—Polling House, Second
Street.
FOURTH WARD—Polling nouse. Calvert
Street, near Star Theatre.
This Registration is held for all those who
are qualified to vote at the coming City Elec
tion to be held in July.
DATE OF REVISION, MONDAY. JUNE
4, 1923.
„ . EMMA ABBOTT GAGE.
•21W. City Clerk.
BT. ANNE’S PARISH
(Protestant Epioropal; Founded ISSt.) a
REV. EDWARD D. JOHNSON, D. D. I
Rector.
7:30 A. M.—Holy Communion.
9:30 A. M. —Church School.
11:00 A.M.—Morning Prayer.
(First Sunday, Holy Com
munion.)
7:30 P. M. —Evening Prayer.
All sittings free and unassigned. 8
ST. LUKE’S CHAPEL
EASTPOKT
REV. GEORGE U. SAVAGE.
3:00 P.M.—Sunday School.
4:00 P.M.—Evening Service.
ST. MARY’S CATHOLIC CIH RCH
Masses at 6,7, 8, 10:30 (High Mass).
Evening Devotion. 7:30 P. M.
NATAL ACADEMY CHAPEL
8:45 A.M.—Celebration of the Holy
Communion.
10:45 A.M.—Morning Prayer and
sermon.
12 Noon —Sunday School.
Divine Service, Morning Prayer and
Sermon will also be held in the Audi
torium, Mahan Hall, at 10:45 a. m.
CALVARY M. E. CHURCH
H. W. BURGAN, Pastor.
9:45 A.M. —Sunday School in Re
ligious Education Build
ing, Maryland avenue and
Prince George street.
9:45 A. M.—B rotherhood Bible
Class, held In church
building, State Circle.
11:00 A.M.—Church Nursery. ,
11:00 A.M. —Special sermon by the
pastor to Boys. Subject:
“Joseph.”
11:00 A.M.—Sermon by the pastor.
7:15 P.M. —Ep worth League
Bright Hour.
8:00 P.M. —Sermon by the pastor.
8:00 P.M. — (Wednesday) Prayer
and praise service.
All are welcomfe.
‘ i 1, • ■ • !
ST. MARTIN’S EVANGELICAL
LUTHERAN CHURCH
FREDERICK U. GRASPER. Paatoi 1 .
9:45 A. M.—Siihdajr sbhool.,
11:00 A.M.—Preaching service.
7:30 !P: M.—Preaching service^..
A cordial invitation extended to all
COLLEGE AVU. BAPTIST CHURCH
DR. JOHN S. SOWERS. Pastor.
,J: 00 A. ..Jfred.
Bausum, Supt.
11:00A.M.—Sermon by the pastor.
rtnr • wotimp.
Conducted by Ypung Peo
ple’s Union.
8:00 P. M. —(Wednesday)— j Pr ayer
meeting and Biblfe s udy.
Cordial invitation to all.
I (
PRESBYTERIAN CnURCII .
REV. S. K. PERSONS, 1). i)„ Minister.
9fsoA.M.—Sunday School.
11:00 A.M. —Sermon by the Rev. J.
J. Coale.
7:30 P.M.—Preaching by the Min
ister.
EASTPORT M. E. CHURCH
REV. JOHN T. JAEGER. Minister.
9:45 A.M. —Men’s Bible Class.
11:00 A.M.—Sermon by the pastor.
2:30 P.M. —Sunday School.
7:15 P.M. —Epworth League.
8:00 P.M. —Special service for
boys in keeping with -pro- {
gram for “Boys’ Week.” I
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If you haven’t received your coupon call us up or
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You’ll vote this MIRRO pan the handiest thing in
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Your MIRRO bargain is waiting—lF YOU DON’T
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Myers Household Department
45 WEST STREET
The public is cordially invited to all
services.
EDWARDS CHAPEL
ItEV. JOHN T. JAEGER. Minister.
2:00 P.M.—Sunday School.
3:00 P.M.—Sermon by the pastor.
7:30 P.M. —Epworth League.
The public cordially invited to all
services.
EASTPORT BAPTIST CIirRCII
r>lt. JOHN S. SOW Kits, I‘lister.
2:30 P.M.—Bible School. John
Stokes, Supt. Men and
women's Bible class,
taught by Mrs. John S.
Sowers.
8:00 p. M.—Evening worship.
8:00 P.M.— (Thursday) Meeting
of the church for prayer.
TRINITY M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH
REV. N. C. RICE, Pastor.
10:00 A.M.—Sunday School and
Men’s Bible Class.
11:00 A. M.—Morning Worship.
7:30 P. M. —Ep worth League.
8:00 P.M. —Evening Worship.
Public invited to attend all services.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERYICES
*8 STATE CIRCLE
10:00 A.M. —Sunday School.
11:00 A. M.—Meeting.
8:00 P.M.—(Wednesday) Testi
monial meeting.
The reading room is open every
Wednesday from 3 to 6 P. M., where
all authorized Christian Science lit
erature may be read, borrowed or pur
chased. All cordially welcome.
BIBLE STUDENTS
Knights of rrthias Hall
10:00 A.M. —Children's Bible Class.
11:00 A. M.—Bible Study. The Di
vine Plan of the Ages.
7:30 P.M.—Bible Study.
All are welcome. International
Bible Students Association.
ASBURY M. E. CHURCH
REV. A. J. MITCHELL. Pastor.
11:00 A.M.—Sermon by the pastor.
2:30 P. M.—Sunday School.
11 7:00 P. M.—Ep worth League.
, , (8:00 P. M.—Sermon by pastor.
'i MT, MORIAJI A. M. E. CHURCH
REV. I*. J. JORDAN, Pastor.
' 111: 00 A.M.—Sermon by the pastor.
"'ll:30 P. M. —Sunday School.
7:30 P.M. —Song and prayer serv
ice
S:OOP. M.—The last Sermon for
the Conference Year by
the pastor.
All pre welcome.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
(COLORED)
REV. H. U. PIERCE. Pastor.
F. F. TERREL, Church Clerk.
11:00 A.M.—Sermon by F. F. Ter
rell.
1:00 P.M. —Sunday School.
7:00 P.M.—B. Y. P. U.
8:00 P.M.—Preaching by Rev. J.
A. Richardson, D.D., of
Baltimore. Singing by
Broad Neck Band.
8:00 P.M.—(Tuesday) Preaching
8:00 P.M.—(Wednesday) Preach
ing by Brother Thomas
Robson. Singing by Mt. Calvary
Band. vliltJUi
8:00 P. M.—(Friday) Prayer nieet
ing.
PUBLIC SALE
—OF—
Personalty and chattels located
on the farm of Lars T. Leaf
and wife, near Chesterfield,
Anne Arundel county, Mary
land.
.As we are retiring from farming, we will j
offer for sale by public suction, on the
premises near Chesterfield, Anne Arundel
couuty, Maryland, on
Monday, April 30, 1923 1
At 3 o'clock P. M.,
the following property, namely: j
One set good harness: 2,4*t0 tobacco
sticks: 1 spring wagon; 1 buggy body; 1
double drag: J double plows; 1 single
plow: 8 brooder stoves:! gasoline engine
in good condition; 1 wash bowl; t seed
planter; 1 tobaeeo planter: 1 airtight
store; 2 incubators; 3 bogs: 11 bags of ]
fertilizer; 4 tons lltne; :t bags cement; 3
hogsheads for tobacco; 1 butter churfi: l
wash wringer; 1 swing: 3 1-2 hogsheads j
tobaeeo; 2 oil stoves; 2 sewing machines:
7 beds: 1 parlor set; 2 chiffoniers: ”
bureaux: 1 parlor stove; 1 davenport; 1
rocker; 7 chairs; l kitchen table; I round
table; 1 cook stove; 1 lot glass jars: 1
baby chair; 1 Red Jacket pump; 1 hot (
water heater and parts; 1 lot lumber, aud
all other chattels now located on said
I.AIiK T. LEAF.
ANNA R. LEAF.
GEORGE W. SAFFIRLD,
Auctioneer.
WILLIAM 11. MOSS .-- - Auctioneer.
PUBLIC SALE
—OF—
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
Having sold m.v cottages on the Severn
River and Luce's Creek. Second Election
District of Anne Arundel county. I will
offer at public sale, on the premises, tin
furniture in said cottages, on
Wednesday, May 2, 1923
Comuuvnctug at 10 o'clock A. M.
The furniture consist* of Hving room
dining room, bedroom and kitchen furni
tnre, stoves, kitchen utensils, porch chairs,
dishes, and other articles too numerous to
mention. . ,
TERMS:—Cash to be paid .before re
ceiving same. •
. For further particulars, inquire of tin
undersigned.
MRS. ALLEN LESTER FOWLER
136 Main St.. Annapolis, Md.
Telephone TO4-M.
ml.
Carlson & Carlson
106 GLOUCESTER ST.
CONTRACTORS
and BUILDERS
Agents for Johns-.Manvllle Asbestos
Estimates Cheerfully Given.
PHONE 31
E. O. LEAGUE
ROOFING
Spooling, Sheet Metal and Slate Work
STOVES AND FURNACES INSTALLEI
AND REPAIRED
Rolmß' tlTw. *’ /
W. B. & A. ELECTRIC
RAILROAD i
MID-CITY TERMINALS
Half-Hourly Service Morning and Evening
Between Annapolis, Baltimore and
Washington and Camp Meade.
(Washington and Cnmp Meade
passengers change at Naval
Academy Junction.) *'
LEAVE ANNAPOLIS
West Street Station
5.10, *5.50, (1.20. x 0.50, x 7.50, 8.20, 020
4 ;20- 5 20, - 2 °. 7.00, 8.20. 10.20
P, M.
Leave Naval Academy Gate 10 tnlnnfai
earlier; State House Station. Bladen
Street and College Avenue, seven (7t
minutes earlier
Connecting at Odenton with P. R. R.
ANNAPOLIS SHORT LINE DIV.
Bladen Street Station
- 5.20 A. M. and lialf-hourly thereafter at 2<
50 minutes after each hour untl
6 * H at 7.00, 8-50. 9.50, 10.50
and 11.50 P. M.
5.20 and 5.50 A. M. train* dally except
Sunday.
I .WAT* BALTIMORE—W., B. A A.
6.35, 7.35, 8.35, 9.35, 10.35, 11.35, A. M.
35, 3 35> x 4 05 - 4 *5.05
Ail train* receive or discharge passengers
*t local pointa between Annapolis and
, Naval Academy Junction and at Ship
ley and Llutblcum on signal.
• ANNAPOLIS SHORT LINE DIV.
I Howard and Lombard Sts.
5.15 A. M. and half-hourly thereafter at If
minutes after each hour until
■ J; 1 ?, p - M. then at 7.15, 8.15. 0.15, 10.15
11.15, P. M.. and 1215, A. M.
5.15 and 5.45 A. M. trains dally except
Sunday.
LEAVE WASHINGTON
J'JX’ £2?’ A Bo * x 3 -3 - 4 o °. * 4 -30, 5.00.
i 6.00, 7,00, 9.00, 11.00, P. M., 1210 A. M
x—Daily except Sunday.
~F oP. .t ,^e t* Jn d ,n7 ormation apply at on?
w * t Station
Carvel Hall. Short Line Station, BladeL
otrwu
AN ORDINANCE
For the purpose of fixing and establish
ing a special tax to rover the cost of
making connection with sewer on
Monroe Court.
Section 1. Be It established and or
(lalned by the Mayor, Connselor and
Aldermen of the City of Annapolis that s
new section be added to Article 36 of tbf
City Code of Annapolis, to follow Section
of said Article, and to read as follows:
Section 10. Ail owners of property
abutting on Munroe Court shall be as
scssed the sum of twenty dollars, or af
much thereof as necessary, for the purpose
of covering the cost of the outlet from tin
main sewer to a point near such abutting
property, affording easier access to said
sewer,” and all portions of this sewer be
yond the “T” attached to main sewer and
connecting with abutting property shall
be considered the sewer of the owner of
such abutting property.
Section 2. And be It established and
ordained by the authority aforesaid that
(this ordinance shall fake effect from the
date of passage.
Approved April 16, 1923.
SAMUEL JONES.
Attest: Mayor.
EMMA ABBOTT GAGE,
City Clerk.
NOTICE!
On and after Monday, April 23rd, the
City Clerk will be prepared to issue all
City Licenses, including Cart and Wagon
Licenses. Carriage Licenses. Pole Licenses.
Pool and Billiard Room. Slot Machines.
Hucksters’, Theatre and Moving Pictures.
Bowling, Fish Cart, Amusement Halls,
etc., etc.
Clerk's office open from 9 a. m. to 1 p.
m., and 2 to 3 p. m. City's fiscal year'be
gins May Ist, and all lieenses MUST BE
RENEWED prior to that date, or offender
ia subject to fine.
EMMA ABBOTT GAGE.
•20-I£. City Clerk.
I
nm BE > T
furnished; no children
lege avenue ph
FOK kknYTw ~ ■
housekeeping ; w n ‘ ‘ '
Brewer and Son. .1 .
FtIK KlNt'i ■
nlshed; six room* t ,
on-the-Ray. Four V, i,: v V
on the Chesapeake ;-, r
Apply 5 School street.* p;’. S
FOR KKVr "st "•rc u _
ply Osear Shacks. ;;; ’ ,\
FOR KENT r
veniemes, Apply :u; \v,,„ S
FOK KENT Ap„! |~, 77 , ' - M
modurn ccmYuntemvs W., V'' H
Main atrwt. f ‘
FOR SALE
FOR NAI.R— Suburban ~.■ .
lug. with one-half a.-re ~i ''• iH
electricity, water system. fllri :
two-car garage; fruit, berries' S
den. etc . Price , u „l t . r *' ■
quest. Charles F. Lee. ■■M
FOR NAI.R 1,a71?7 77i7 ■ ~‘.7 ■
bookkeeping desk. rimri.s V
Telephone 00.'!. 1
FOK SALK I fan ling
fathoms long; flsh.-s n r,.,., '* fl
good order Price . M
s. ( orner, sss Eastern avrum- 1 B
Phene N4B-W. 1 -'t|
I'tiß HAI.R—One colt, :t v. iTs
l">ny. hnrnes* and runabout v ■
J heap. Apply lit farroll H ir, , t S
FtIR SALE— ColumlilH Six t.niri~~7T~™
driven miles; ~r; ' . 7 '
I. rice - IN-asonahle |.(L i> . "B
Phone Rgi.j, after <1 ~ K:, ‘ m, 'B
FOR fiALß—Cadillac P.,U|~ _ 7", — H
nlng condition; four mu' . ,' mi ß
Mill sacrifice to quick 1„0,. r
School striHd. Photic itus j. %
F>H N\I.K-Motorliii.it. ,7mk7 ]■
fi'et; fully equipped. Xcu 'fl
Piilufbr engine. Sleeping ‘ U J
t, for four people or more •|„,i ,B
running water, electric lir|,| H >,
trip to Florida and return \i, 7 B
School street. Phone 90.Y.1 I
IOK SAl.K—lioll-top desk. \iiiili ■ i I
Fashion,” 55 Maryland avenue
Ft>K SALE- Seven-passenger t..urlt,.- . ir M
Standard ''.S'': ex.-,.||c„t c.nditl..,,
a little over 3.000 miles. Phone :,t j
FOR Motorlnl,,. lIIH J
Used for less than 800 miles lYiitfl
cyclometer. Phone imi to make
nient for Inspection. |( J
FOR NAl.E—Drnphend Domestic scune
chine; cost sr.$ r . I‘rire fir, aNo . ,| rn !i
wn d B 'v" da o d ,IO J a -.1
Wilson No. 9, for sl2. Apply ji x,"„M
west street. t( . o
FOK HALE—One moilern bungalow th<
rooms aud bath; running water fiirns.i
beat and electric lights. Right at i , r
leigh Heights station. Apply ,
Flicker,: Esrlelgh Heights
: , HELP WASTED
HELP AVAXfaBD-Lmlle*. Mm,,',.
earn wee-k. mailing music dreulirs in
,>'our city uuil vicinity; send In. f,,-
nmsle dopy and details. Joseph
hath 447 East X7fls street. New York
y -80, a29
■ WHITED
WANTED—Men. women; salary $75 full
. : time, f 1.50 hour spare time, selling the
.genuine guaranteed hosiery direct tn
wearer: beautiful line. interaatiousl
Mlllg, Norristown, F*j.
RANTED lntelligent, neat appesrlur
young man between ages is au<! ;'l t
travel for large New York firm. Salary,
commission and transportation giinraii
teed. Inquire at Mrs. Coughlin's apart
inent (over Frank A. Munroe s store) for
R. W. Sharp, between 4 and fl p. m. n.’s
"'ANTED—CIerks. Railway Mall. D up
ward. Exam. May 20: $133 urn. Kj
perlence unnecessary. For free purlieu
lars, write R. Terry (former Civil Serf
! I'* examiner), ”42 Barrister Bid*
Washington. I. C. .i(i
POSITION WANTED
POSITION WANTED K|u-rlenee,|
farmer wishes position ns manager uf
farm, or lielper on farm. Best of refer
ences. Apply J. K. Durham, ltoute
Box 148, Annapolis, Md. Phone IKS7-
F-11. ■2B
SALESMEN WANTED
SALESMEN—New ntltq tube; seals Its
own punctures; fully guaranteed. Car
owners buy on sight when demonstra
tion is shown. Harrison Mfg. Co., Ham
mond, lud.
AGENTS WANTED
AGENTS—SIO4.OO in cash for your first
month's work. No money required; no
merchandise to buy; no heavy sample
case to carry. Men and women wanted
everywhere to distribute free advertising
circulars and appoint local agents.
Write Kleanora Laboratories, 2303 Nor
mal Boulevard, Chicago.
DIED
CRANDRLL—On April 27, wt the home ef
her nephew. William F. Thomas. *t
Weems Creek. SARAH ELLEN CHAN
DELL, aged 85.
Funeral from Calvary M. K. Church at
3 p. in. Sunday. Interment in Cedar
Bluff.
AYREB—On Thursday. April 28. In Haiti
more. MARIA AYRES, daughter of the
late Marcellos and Cornelius Halt.
Funeral Sunday afternoon from Mount
Moriah Church at 2 o'clock. Bev. Mit
chell will officiate. Interment in Aaiiiir.r
cemetery. J. I>. Wsrnlek in charge of
funeral arrangements.
IN MEMORIAM
BROOKS—In loving remembrsn e of u:T
dear husband, who departed this life :*
years ago today.
Today as I gaze through my tears
I'm looking isto the future;
I'm looking to the day when we will
meet again.
Yon are resting in peace, dear husband:
Six sad years have passed away.
You are gone, but not forgotten.
For 1 think of you each day.
By his devoted wife,
FLORENCE E. BROOKS.
CARD OF THANKS
We desire to express our sincere spin*'
elation to our friends for the kind worn
of sympathy and many beautiful flow*'
sent during our recent bereavement.
JOHN T. JEFFERSON
AND FAMILY.

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