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“j| Social and Personal j ■ ' n- I i LAKE ,l) ° niurll selfhood In this v trying, four streams partake r W;i,ber rushes till they break softening confusions shake FI j, bonnes into the lake. jfll Know the four streams, all their ways; jv [,hl died in their amber sprays v ,! ;’.ing them lpto bubbled praise] ■n; i llglit; hut I see too well ■ The lake complacently will tell i„H O ily elfhood, nor admit |tow four streams engendered it. m iiy Bayard Boyetcti, jn “Broom." jfl Mwilnttlng Nurse* I.hen Banquet (■ The graduating class of the Kmer-1 ■ Hospital Training School for S N irseo was handsomely entertained | a banquet given last night at the ] "fl pheasant Tea Boom hy the Kmer- j J goncy Hospital Alumnae Association. Miss Margaret Wohlgemuth, superin- j ur i ndent of the hospital, was the bon-' or guest of the evening. Dinner was crved al eight o’clock and at 10 the niemhers of the interinediate class tmi and ii number of friends and guests “l of the nurses came in for dancing F, which was kept up until midnight. Nr The graduates who will receive their ■ diplomas on Wednesday afternoon B are the Misses Madeline Grimes, Ada i*k May i,elteh and Helen Adams Wal-' rath. Hooklovers' . ■ Meeting Today Ml The Hooklovers’ Club is meeting to- M day at the residence of Mrs. William JJ A. Conrad on Spa View Heights. ■ rluiplaiu Evans ■ Ulending ( on lent ion ■ Chaplain Sydney K. Kvans of the I Naval Academy, is in New York at ■ tending the session of the annual : I convention of the Diocese of New ■ York, of which he is a member. f The Convention meets in Synod I Hall, Cathedral of St. John the Di f | vine, today and tomorrow. I Hack Erotn Visit To New York |; Mrs Thomas K Kurtz returned last I night from New’ York where she went <1 last Thursday for a few days’ visit. Mr. Igleliart Kef urns From Southern Trip I Eugene Iglehart, who has been en |J gaged in a tour of the south for the I past two weeks, has returned home. Mr. Iglehart made the trip to Jack [ sonvllle hy steamer. Visitor Leaves Naval Academy Mrs. Lisle Ttenafln, of New York, 1 who has been visiting Mrs. J. D. Ma loney of CO Bowyer Road, Naval Academy grounds, returned home this morning. Mrs. William D. Bowie, of Balti- 1 more, was a week-end guest at Car- * ve! Hall. (•nests Of Miss Vrniistead I’he Reverend J. Armlstead Wei-1 bourn and family came from Balti more yesterday to visit Mr. Wei-; bourn’s aunt. Miss Armistead, who lives at the Chase Home. 1 Riling “Y” Secretary Miss Memae Munford, of New York | Civy. is the guest of Miss Martha Land, General Secretary of the Y. W. C A. with whom she will spend a wek. KecinfNy Tarty Vt JS. A. Hop drs. James D. Maloney, of 60 Bow Ye; Road, Naval Academy grounds, re ce \iprt at the hop on Saturday night in /he Naval Academy with Midship r k stnart Lindsay, of the First Cfjass. The dance, which was a regi Cental one, was very largely attend ed, with more than the usual number of out-of-town guests at it. * m * l rr-. ' *** \ / v • *l*V \ f* i I Mv=* wi • Many do not realize the j 0 significance of the all tooß 1 frequent cold or Care® I should bo taken to buUd up I the powers of resistance. V Scott’s Emulsion I abundant in health - building I \it amine factors, | I P helps bui,d up a Te ~ j I serve of strength and | • it A resistance. Be sure o I JiJfiS?* and ask your drug- g J gist for Scott s Emulsion! j | Scott Jt Bow tie SHADY OAKS FRIED SPRING CHICKEN WITH FRESH VEGETABLES NOW SERVED. PHONE 126-M. •I | 1° Attend Parties At Elk Ridge Kennels Mrs. Carlos Cusachs will go to Bal- I tirnore tomorrow to attend the dinner ! dance to he given at the Elkridge Ken nels by Gifford Cochran, of New York, who is in Baltimore for the racing | season. She will visit her sister, Mrs. : Carroll Van Ness, of the Green Spring t Valley, and will remain over the din-J ner dance to be given on Thursday at the Kennels hy Mr. and Mrs. Douglass i Carroll. To Visit Daughter At Carvel Hall I Mrs. H. Gerrish Smith, of Bethle hem. mother of Lieut. C. R. Smith and of Mrs. Betty Dent Hill, has re-j ; covered from her recent attack of I bronchitis and will return to Annapo lls May 25 to visit her daughter at! Carvel Hall for a few days before] opening her summer home at James ! town, R. I. Graduating From St. Joseph's Hospital Miss Agnes Wiegard, daughter of Bernard Wiegard. of State’Circle, is a member of this year's graduating ! class of nurses at St, Joseph’s Hos pital. Baltimore, who will receive their diplomas today. Members of! Miss Wiegard’s family who are in Bal-j timore to attend her commencement I include her father, her sisters. Missj Frances and Miss Catherine Wiegard,! and her brother, Frank A. Wiegard. Receiving Comrratiilat lons Prnfrrtfbr and Mrs. James B. Eppes,| of 579 West street extended, are re- • reiving congratulations on the birth i of a non, born this morning at thej Emergency Hospital. Mrs. J. F. YVnggiiinaii Opens Country Place .'lts. J. F. Waggaman. who cam from Washington last week to ra-opeu ! her country home, “Wild Rose j Lodge," on South River, had as he week-end guests Mr. and Mrs. John W. i Childress and Miss Charlotte Chil- | dress, of Washington. Mrs. Wagga j man’s son and daughter in-law. Mr. j and Mrs. Ennalls Waggaman. who ] spent the late winter and early spring I on a European tour, sailed for Canada j on May 2 on the “Empress of Scot- 1 land." and are expected in Washing ton about the 20th of the month. Visitor Returns To Washington Mrs. Thomas Wilson has concluded her visit to Mrs*. Barton L. Keen and returned to her home in Washington. ] Mrs. Wilson's sister, Miss Abercrom- 1 hie, canie over from Washington on j Saturday for the party Mrs. Keen , gave In honor of her house guests. Bridge Party In Nav.tl Academy Mrs. Harry B. Hird. of 39 Upshur Row. Naval Academy, entertained 24 guests at the first of her evening card : parties last night. Progressive bridge was the game played. Lieut.-Com mander and Mrs. Hird will give an other bridge party on Friday evening Party For Admiral And Mrs, Wilson Admiral and Mrs. Wilson are the • guests in whose honor Doctor an i Mrs. C. Alphonso Smith will entertain a* a supper party tomorrow evening. FELICITY COVE FELICITY COVE Beautiful Beyond Imagination. Right on Chesapeake Bay. Sandy Bathing Beach. Magnificent Shade Trees. LOTS, SSOO AND UP. Cottages To Rent and For Sale Many Tine ( ottages Already Built. More Going Up. A. W. ANDREWS, Shady Side, Md. FELICITY COVE FELICITY COVE L- , I “BREEZE INN” I H * Li j Lunch : Tea : Cards : Dancing !] Chicken Special Music Waffle Wednesday and }* Dinners Saturday Nights I IH * is] telephone—Armiger 9-F-J5 * EAGLw ‘ *fSKADO Mo. 174 jj . For Sale at your De&lei Made in fivo gmdao l | j ASK TOR THS YELLOW FENCIL WITH THE RED BCD EAGLE MIKADO EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK J I I I ■ II i" • || -■ I I r '-n r 'in i THE EVENING CAPITAL, ANWAPOEIS, MARYLAND, TUESDAY, MAY 8, Guests At House Tarty Miss Julia A, Douw and her guest.] Miss Mary Dlekerman, of Leadville,! I CoL, have returned from a round of visits. They attended their school re union at “Oldfields." Baltimore coun ty, and from there went on for the Screw races *t Princeton and a week end hou party, at Spring Lake, K. J. Miss Dicker man will be here for sev eral weeks. Hostess At Far?well Tarty | M . Frank Slingluff, who will leave j tom vrrow to spend the summer at her cott ige in Jamestown, gave a farewell party on Sunday night. | French Flub Meeting Tomorrow The French Club will met tomot row afternoon the residence r .i Mrs Geo ge €. Manning, TJ Charles street. Tarty Hrtnruing To The North Mr. and Mrs. Wilmot Castle and Mr. j and Mrs. David Hough, who were i w eek end guests of Mrs. Castle's bro i ther-in-law and sister, LieuL-Com i mander and Mrs. A. M. R. Allen, left yesterday for Washington and will re turn to their homes in Rochester after a few days’ stay in New York. “Senator Blabb has done very well financially since he gained the office, has he. not?’’ “Yes," replied J. Fuller Gloom. “He has made nearly enough money to start a Senate of his own if he wished to.”—Kansas City Star. ji Mrs. Kidd's I * Mayonnaise jo. * is always used by the particular hostess ! because o o . • g £ "It leaves a good taste in £ your mouth.” (Baltimore's Best.) ' j o ; | Endthepamcl CORNS, quickly safeht! This way— rid yoursel fof misery from t corns. In one minute Dr. Scholl’s Zino-pads will do it —safely! They remove the cause—frietion-pres ’ sure, and heal the irritation. Thus you avoid infection from cutting your corns or using corrosive acids. Thin ; antiseptic; waterproof. Sizes for corns, callouses, bunions. Get a box today at your druggist’s or shoe dealer's. DlScholl's Zino-pads Put one on —the pain is gone! Pimlico Spring Meeting MAY 1 to 12 Seven Races, including Steeplechase, Daily. First Race, 2:30 P. M. Ad mi 81 on $1.50 Government Tax 15 Total. $1.65 Valuable stakes and purses each day. Nearly $200,000 added in eleven racing days. mlO Daisy Bfffs Six hard-boiled egg. 2 cups cooked ( spinach, six rounds of toast, salt and pepper, cream. f 3t3saxm: p,s„ a 1 ““ THE QUALITY SHOP BARNEY BERMAN. llil l "The Shop of Quality” 1 174 MAIN STREET J June Week Dresses y f A Charming Collection, Picturing all Sorts of Fascinating jo^ Styles for all the Occasions—Morning Afternoon—Street— H Garden Party and Evening. Tjn, i "I ' . m SUMMER DRESSES---Fu\\ of radiant color—Summer jM* ' q> beckons in the near distant and hints of coming rft.; fashions are now displayed here. : | Graduation Dresses I j SNOWY WHITE-FOR THE GIRL I “GRAD.” ■ I VAN RAALTE SILK HOSIERY MOHAWK SILK HOSIERY r , , f- I 5* § | When the horse-car | squealed aloud y T> EMEMBER it? The flanges squealed as the car rounded a curve. The hand-brakes squealed when they were applied and groaned when they were released. The springs complaint always. What was the matter? Friction f mostly. Just friction. Now in 1923, the transportation picture is quite different. So great has been the increase in motor transport during the last ten years that the country’s investment in motor vehicles is now greater than the investment in rolling stock of all street railways and steam railroads combined. Without improved lubrication this development would have been impossible. This company has spent years in the perfecting of Polarine, the ‘‘Standard” oil for motor lubrication. It prevents wear and makes all the power effective. Ask for Polarine—not “a quart of oil”. STANDARD OIL COMPANY (New Jersey) -• • * S' ' —ZZ —?— - ■ ~ Ig — ——■ — —■ - - * ___ Z-gaz. L Butter the toasted rounds and spread with the spinach that has been creamed and seasoned to taste. Halve | the eggs lengthwise, remove the yolks and cat each half into four strips , Arrange the eight strips on the spin ach toast to form the petals of a daisy. Mash the yolks, moisten with cream j' i riiii^i and Mason with salt and paprika. Hoap in the oontar of the petals to form the heart of the daisy —From The Daejjtner Majtar.lno for April.