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I <lB4 ★ 1923 I published Dally Except Huudsy by CHE CAPITAL PUBLISHING COMPANY . THE EVENING CAPITAL .a on sale at tbe following places: j ..eorge W. Jonea .32 West Street' William Scbultze M Weat Street ileorge J. Davis 74 Maryland At* j Fel.Uuaycr 56 Maryland At*. BImMpS Confectionery" Klsg Georg* Bt WliLlatu Baker Weat A Cathedral Sts W. B A A. Newatand, Short Line Terminal VI. Miller 234 W eat Street N. Mandrla, Third A Severn Ate., Kastjiort Dr. Charles B. Henkel... 29 Maryland Are. Martin's Musical Store. 2 Si West Street v utiarae Main A Conduit Sta Delivered to Annapolis. Eaatport, Oer oantown and W'eat Auuapollo by carrier for 45 cents per inontb. Yon ran have tbe EVENING CAPITAL .nailed to you when away from tbe city oy leaving your name ana address at tbe jdlce, for 46 cents per month; SS.UU per year. payab># In ailvsnce. to any poatofflce 11 the United State# or Canada. Entered at Annapolis Fostofllce aa Second-Class Matter. Member of Tbe Associated Press Tbe Associated Presa la exclu sively entitled to tbe use for re (lUhHcntlon of all news credited to I*, or not otherwise credited in tlita paper and albo tbe local news published herein. All lights of re - publication of special dls patrhea herein are also reserved THURSDAY. MAY 10. 1923. ANOTHER TRIUMPH FOB DEMOCRACY The overwhelming victory scored in Baltimore City’s may oralty election on Tuesday by Howard W. Jackson, the Demo cratic organization candidate, over James H. Preston, nominee on the Citizens’ ticket, and Mayor William F. Broening, Republi can candidate for re-election, was decisive enough to stand as a .‘harp repudiation of all the inr vective that had been heaped upon 'the head of the Democratic standard-bearer and the party’s leaders by the Preston forces dur ing the bitterly-waged campaign. It was more than a personal vin dication of Mr. Jackson and his running mates. It was a notable triumph for the Democratic party as an organization,—a recogni tion of, and reward for, putting up clean and capable candidates, and at the same time a rebuke to political swash-buckling and buncombe. I here was absolutely no need or demand for an independent ticket in Baltimore in the recent campaign. certainly not under the leadership of Mr. Preston. It amounted to nothing less than a travesty to have a man who had made all of his headway in pol itics as a machine man, and who was hand in glove with machine politicians during his regime at the (. ity Hall, to suddenly appear before the voters in the role of an anti-machine crusader. That he eagerly sought, and would have gladly accepted the support of the Democratic organization in this campaign, no one serious ly doubts. He did not let the failure to get it, however, com pletely thwart his ambition to be mayor, but decided to make the tight against the opposition of the Democratic party organiza tion. If the latter had put up less worthy and capable candidates than Messrs. Jackson, Bryant and Graham, there might have been some excuse for Mr. Pres ton's entrance into the field, but, under the circumstances, the Party s candidates had so much Positive merit in their favor, plus party regularity, that the result ant victory is a cause of much re joicing and gratification that is not confined to Baltimore City alone. Good Democrats and un biased citizens everywhere feel a share in it. At the same time, a campaign I such as Mr. Preston and his friends waged is not without its] very valuable compensations. He and his ticket polled a highly creditable vote, which shows that he has many devoted followers who sincerely believe that his election would have been a sal vation for Baltimore City. It aDo will serve as an additional warning to the machine politi cians that they must constantly be on their good behavior anil select worthy candidates if they would keep the party organiza tion in the ascendancy. Another lesson that comes from the municipal election in Baltimore City is that the Dem ocratic party, adequately organ ized and with the Yight kind of I candidates, is supreme, and that upon it the voters place the re- 1 sponsibilitv of carrying on the government. May the newly elected admin-! istration in Baltimore City prove entirely worthy of the confidences that has been placed in them. I . i.— 1— Young IV omen i Christian Association ■ “1 am come that they might have life and that they might have ll more abundantly.” - •- -In Don Land” The play. “In Doll Land." which J will be riven by the Y. W. C. A. Girla' i Clubs combined on May 15, In tbe i Circle Playhouse, is rapidly becoming | a finished production. Rehearsals are being held each day In charge of Mias Burch. The story of ‘Tn Doll Land* is very unique and one that will appeal to every one. Several dances will be given by the young artists that will prove as delightful as they will be ar tistic. and the budding “prima-don nas" will render some lovely songs. ’ The child talent of Annapolis and vicinity will be seen in this show, and it promises to be one of the biggest affairs of its kind that Miss Burch has ever placed before the public. The cast is very large, numbering about 200 children, and the training that these children are receiving is one that is indeed interesting. The cos- BAD BREATH Dr. Edwards’ Olive Tablets Get at the Cause and Remove It Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the sub ■ stitute for calomel, act gently on the bowels and positively do the work. People afflicted with bad breath find j quick relief through Dr. Edwards’Olive I Tablets. The pleasant, sugar-coated ' tablets are taken for bad breath hy aH who know them. Dr. Edwards’ Olive Tablets act gen r tly but firmly on the bowels and liver, stimulating them to natural action, clearing the blood and gently purifying , the enure system. They do that which dangerous calomel does without any of the bad after effects. r All the benefits of nasty, sickening, griping cathartics are derived from Dr. Edwards’ Olive Tablets without 5 griping, pain or any disagreeable effects. Dr. F. M. Edwards discovered the i formula after seventeen years of prac tice among patients afflicted with bowel and liver complaint, with the attendant 1 bad breath. . Olive Tablets are purely a vegetable compound mixed with olive oil; you ; will know them by their olive color. Take one or two every night for a week and note the effect. 15c and 30c. ! [mrs. cl fischer! r CLAY PACK, FACIAL MASSAGE, SCALP TREATMENT. I * SHAMPOOING. Violet Ray, Hanna Hack. Hulr Color ‘ lng. Hairdressing. Phone 902-J. m 12 ; j, C. W. Tucker & Son ROOFERS i * HpoaMn*. Sheet Metal and Slate Work. Stove and Furnace Repairing. PHONE 52-J. • Announcement! Grand Opening . of New Barg \in Grocery Store of Lincoln Place On Tuesday, May IStfa, 1923 Souvenirs to all Customer! on Opentn* Day PROPRIETOR MISS HANNAH BLUM ■ - - ■ - - ■ . ■■ S 3 | USE "ll /Springfield dairy* JB .. MILK 3 T GUARANTEED PUKE' f* 3 HEALTH IN EVERY BOTTLE J Milk that comes to P p your table in its pure, Mr k wholesome form, jf O Every requirement of £ ■ vigilant sanitation j| E makes certain th a t o M this rich, creamy milk ■ is for you. m b 15c a quart J 8c a plat r SSPRINGFIELDDAm Fj T C WORTHINCTON.prop flf 3 Qualtti/iSemce ' E UjCmSEIEBZED / THE lAUITAL-. aaJfNAPULti, MARYLAND, THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1823. tumaa ara unnsually beautiful and the artistic results achieved is due ea tirely to the untiring efforts of Mrs. Schaayl Cochran, who has given her time and energy to this very import ant part of the play. Every mother who has a child in the show is urged to attend every meeting that Mrs. Cochran holds regarding the arrang ing of the costumes. These dainty costumes can easily be used after wards. as the material is of very good quality. William Tell shot an apple off his son's head, but we will shoot the applesauce. Gallagher and Shean. PLANTS for SALE, HEDGES TRIMMED Lam-Ha given expert attention. Also tree surgery by experienced baud* Phone 883-J. GREEN HOI'ME LOCATED OX SHAW STREET. in-22 New Limited | All Pullman Train | ! A counterpart of the famous Broadway Limited, made necessary to relieve increased travel on this premier train S WASHINGTON BROADWAY 1 |®j LIMITED | A train of rac.llraif. nnd dl.tln.-tlon tor dlaorlmln atini travelers. f# The quickest service between Washington, and I.C Chicago and the West. NO EXTRA FARE 4 HOURS CHICAGO HOURS 1 DAILY Lvs. Washington 3 30 p M Baltimore 427 P M “ Harrisburg J.... 648 P *\l Ars. Pittsburgh 12.10 A . m! Ch,ca ° 9.30 A. M. Returning, leaves Chicago 1.00 P. M., leaves Pitts- i£- burgh 12.19 A. M., Arrives Baltimore 8.00 A M Arrives Washington 9.00 A. M. || OBSERVATION CAR C lub car, stenographer, barber, valet, maid, manicure -ill magazines, newspapers, terminal telephone connee tlons base hall scores and stock quotations. t* *g^L. f "or r ** erVatl ° n * information, apply „ ticket fcfc 'jit McCullough, Division Passenger Agent, 20-22 East Fayette Street, Baltimore, Md. Telephone, Vernon 4800 1 PENNSYLVANIA 1 Railroad System THE STANDARD RAIL ROAD OF THE WORLD jjjj ±a srri” i;i;: i yjj f . r pWENT\ -FOUR hours a day year-rounc* production maintained by workmen trained in our own modem plant enables us, without curtailment of quality, to effect savings which constantly are passed on to Vacuum Cup Tire users. PENNSYLVANIA RUBBER CO. OF AMERICA. INC. Jeannette. Pa. \| 55aBBaaB*BsaBEssaBsss5s=s:^^ssssB^BBssE:^a5Ssaa5B*MfcEBaBiMfc* ADVERTISE 15 THE EVENING • j CAPITAL. IT PAYS! SPECIAL! I MEN’S NAINSOOK UNION SOTS 50 Cents 10 DAYS ONLY! •! A. GREENGOLD Mi WEST ST. mlO > ■ . __ Grove’s Tasteless ■ Chill Tonic Is an Excellent Tonic for Women and Children. 60c * 1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Nottoa U hereby given that the mb ■tneer has obtained from the Orphan* Court of Anne Aran del County, In Mary land. Letters o t Administration on the personal estate of JOHN L HARRINGTON, : late of Anne Arundel county, deceased. All persons having claims against the de ceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber on or before the ltth DAY OF BKFTUIMK. Uil * They may otherwise, by ITTb? deluded from all benefit of said estate. All per sona Indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment. Given under my hand this 6th day of March, 1923. CINA E. HARKINGTON. Administratrix. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice la hereby given that the sub sertber, of Anne Arundel comity, baa ob tained from the Orphans' Court of Anne Arundel County, lu Maryland. Letters of Administration on the personal estate of CHARLES H. WOOTTEN, latr of Anne Arundel county, deceased All persona having ciaima against the de ceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber on or before tha 16th DAY OP OCTOBER. IMS. They may otherwise, by law, be excludevi from all benefit of said estate. All per sons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate paytueur. Given under my hand this 10th day of April. 1923. RACHEL E. R. WOOTTEN. Administratrix. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given that the sub scribe!'. of Anne Arundel connty, has ob tained from the Orphans’ Court of Anne Arundel County, In Maryland, Letters of Administration on the personal estate of JOHN E. BROWN. j late of Anne Arundel county, deceased, j All persons having claims against the de ceased are hereby warned to exhibit the i snnio, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber on or before the *6th DAY OF ACUCST, IBS* They may otherwise, by law. be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All persons Indebted to said estate are requested to j make immediate payment. Given under my baud this 20th dav of i February, 1923. ELIZABETH FORD, Administratrix. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice Is hereby given thnt the sub scriber has obtained from the Orphans' | Court of Anue Arundel County, In Mary land, Letters Testamentary on the per- I sonal estate of ELIZABETH M. C. SLAUGHTER, late of Anne Arnndel county, deceased. All persons having claims against the de ceased are hereby warned to exhibit the i same, with the vouchers thereof, to the j subscriber on or before the 12th DAY OF SEPTEMBER. 1923. j They may otherwise, by law, be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All per sons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment. Given under my hand this 6th day of March, 1923. A. T. BRADY. Administrator c. t. a. Pimlico Spring Meeting MAY 1 to 12 Seven Races, including Steeplechase, Daily. First Race, 2:30 P. M Admission $1.50 Government Tax 15 Total $165 Valuable stakes and purses each day. Nearly $200,000 added in eleven racing days. mlO Victory Bonds Due May 20th This Association is receiving these bonds as cash if deposited in our Savings Department. Do not delay.' but bring in at once. Si* per cent, interest paid in our Savings Department. Boy’s Week and YOUR BOY Celebrate Boys' Week by opening a Savings Account for your Boy. Teach him to save and you have given him the first essential of success. $l.OO or more starts an account. For full particulars, apply to B. J. WIEGARI), Seey.-Treas. THE Capital City Building & Loan Association 21 SCHOOL ST. PHONE U9-J. AN ORDINANCE For the purpose of fixing oml estnhlUh tng a ■periul tax to cover the coot of malting connection with newer on Munroe Court. Section 1. Be it established nmlor dalued by the Mayor, Counselor and Aldermen of the City of Annapolis that :t , new section be added to Article .'iC of the , City Code of Annapolis, to follow Section 9 of said Article, and to read ns follows: “Section 10. Ail owners of property abutting on Munroe Court shall be as sessed the sum of twenty dollars, or as much thereof as necessary, for the purpose ' of covering the cost of the outlet from tl , main sewer to a point near such abutting property, affording easier access to said sewer," and all portions of this sewer be yond the “Y” attached to main sewer and connecting with abutting property aim be considered the sewer of the owner ol such abutting property. Section 2. And be it established and ; ordained bv the authority aforesaid that this ordinance shall take effect from the date of passage. Approved April 10, 1923. SAMUEL JONES. Attest: Mayor. EMMA ABBOTT GAGE, i City Clerk. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS The Incorporated (’lay of Annapolis, Maryland, will receive bids until 12 o’clock, noon. May IH. 1(123. at Annapolis. Marylnnd, for the construction of sewers ’ ns follows: About 775 ft. of 8-lnch, with suitable appurtenances, all In accordance with plans and specifications prepared by C. E. Miller, Engineer, Annapolis, and now on tile with the City Clerk. All Mils must be accompanied with certified checks, approximately In the amount of 5 per cent of the bid, made payable without recourse to the City of Annapolis, Md. The City reserves the right to reject any and ail bids, to waive defects, and to accept any bid. All bids must be in sealed envel opes. marked on the outside “Sewerage Bids.” and addressed to Mrs. Emtua Gage, City Clerk. in-9-17 W. B.& A. ELECTRIC RAILROAD mn-CITT TEKMINALS Half-Hourly Service Morning and Evening Between Annapolis, Baltimore and Washington and Camp Meade. (Washington and Camp Meade passengers change at Naval Academy Junction.) LEAVE ANNAPOLIS West Street Station 5.10, x 5.50, 6.20, x 6.50. x 7.50, 8.20, 920 10.20, 11.20, A. M„ 12.20, 1.20, 2.20, 3.20. 5.20, 6.20, 7.00, 8.20, 10.20, Leave Naval Academy Gate 10 minutes earlier; State House Station, Bladen Street and College Avenue, seven (7) minutes earlier Connecting at Odenton with P. It. It. ANNAPOLIS SHORT LINE I>lV. Bladen Street Station 5.20 A. M. and half-hourly thereafter at 20 and 50 minutes after each hour until 6.50 P. M., then at 7.50. 8.50, 9.00, 10 50 and 11.50 P. M. 5.20 and 5.50 A. M. trains dally except Sunday. LAVK BALTIMORE— W., B. A A. 6.35. 7.35, 8.35, 9.35, 10.35, 11.35, A. M, 12.35,’ L 35, 2.36, 3.35, x 1.05. 4.35, x 5.05, 7.35, 9.35, 11.35, P. M.. 12.35 All trains receive or discharge pussengers st local points between Annapolis and Naval Academy Junction and at Ship ley and Llnthicum on signal. ANNAPOLIS SHORT LINE DIV. Howard and Lombard Sts. 6.15 A. M and half-hourly thereafter at 15 and 45 minutes after each hour until H., then at 7.15, 8.15, 9.15, 10.15, U. 15, P. M„ and J. 2.16, A. M. 5-15 and 5.45 A. M. trains dally except Sunday. LEAVE WASHINGTON 5.00, 6.45, 8.00, 9.00, 10.00, 11.00, A. M., 12.00 1.00, 2.00, 3.00, X 3.30, 4.00, x 4.30, 5.00, 6.00, 7,00, 9.00, 11.00, P. M„ 12.10 A. M.. * —Daily except Sunday. For tickets and information apply at our city ticket offices: West Street Station. Carvel Hall, Short Line Btatlon, Bladen Street NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given that the sub scriber, of Anne Arundel county, has ob tained from the Orphans' Court of Anne Arundel County, in Maryland, Letters Tes tamentary on the personal estate of THOMAS E. STRANGE, Ist* of Anne Arundel county, deceased. All persons having claims against the de ceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof to the subscriber on or before the *6th DAT OF SEPTEMBER, I#*. They may otherwise, by law, be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All per sona indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment. Given under my hand this 20th day of March, 1923. R. LENA STRANGE, Executrix. NOTICE! A Dd , after Mon,la y* April 23rd, the City Clerk will be prepared to issue all City Licenses, including Cart und 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 licenses MUST BE RENEWED prior to that date, or offender Is subject to fine. EMMA ABBOTT GAGE, *2O-tf- City Clerk E. O. LEAGUE ROOFING Spouting, Sheet Metal and State Work STOVES AND FURNACES INSTALLED 1 ANt repaired moxe'tsTw, Cxassjheml Ads HU; RENT |U for kivt - " M^lll or unfurnished* \| ..... ,7”" Hanover FOR RENT 1. , Bed Room. for* '' f.ik -W; I ed apartment .;,,„<l ~ dreu. Phone w "■ roR km- wu lmi ; Mtt! V bouse. 3 room* ami bath ' front. Apply Greengoid . cor RENT* New " m lfur .u,,.,-"® room apartment. _*y \i u „ rw ply 63 West St “ r,H ' i-'OR RENT ModTr', apartment. Prom j ut , t J’ 1 ’, 1 * worge str<H‘t. *v j FOR .JENT-d Newly furnished ri JH light-housekeeping. pj,,, - s , .. ply S7 College Ave. ■ ■" KENT Furniahlm I State Circle. Unexptred !, .7, ■ 192.!. Immediate posses*!,,,, ° Lieut. R. Yates. In,', ?f Sim/l Grounds. I S Naval A.atlen.y" K ' I I’OR KENT— Furnished 1,, , I httma Terrace, from .Inn, - ~ "■ I seen by appointment II ,| _■ H - - --- - .. FOR SALE f Foit SALR -Cntioe. Call M FOR SALE —One 7.7T~* j elleut condition. Telephone u,vy H I FOR kale—Acre ground 'with *7 house and lot of fruit lr ~* I Mrs J. McCarter, Anuapolls I'■ [ inlß t WANTED WANTED- Colored girl ~*u trv U K Apply Emergency Hospital. I W Cir,Te ;W " A A| '“ lv _ m 111 WANTED—Young man to work in lunS 1 *M.t mo. Experience nniiecesK try IJr > r. 77, " rite It Terry ',^l \ ivil Servlet* examiner, jij n , rr i,.M r Washington. l>. , 1 WANTED—A dairyman. Apply |* X. . "ardour. Annapolis 10,-■ t' _Z: uiluß ’ WANTED—Representation in this dTitrtX . ror six nutioually known and mlvirtinefl ,| automotive products Write for our tH tractive proposition. Turner Mfa Kokomo, lud. B |H for sale or rent FOR MALE OK RENT Severm, modern 7-room cottage on Stute rusdU neur Htatlon and Severn river Prt<^ $7,200. Rent $5O month. H. C. Bourke Brooklyn, Md., or Booiie, Md. r MBMlWliWimnn DI E u Kt'MNELI. On May fi. at Baltimore lios pital. HARRY M. ItrSSKLI,. age 57 yr hnneral tomorrow (Friday) afternoon at ■' O clock. from ihe residence of hu alt I ;‘ r - ' ,rH Harry M. Leltch. 1M Prince teo. Ht. Interment St Anne's Cemetery runerul private. m .jQ PROPOSALS Ilida will be received by the City Clerk until 12 o’clock noon, Saturday. May 12th, for 120 lineal feet of concrete curb and Stutter, more or less. In place, complete, on i Southgate avenue. For further lnfonna tion and specifications, apply to W. H. VAN’S A XT. City Commissioner. The right la reserved to reject any and all bids. ’ mil Square Deal Garage I ALL U’OKK OCARANTEKII! O. P. (Irish) Molded, Prop. GENERAL REPAIRS, STORAGE AND WELDING CornhlU and Fleet Kt., Annapolis, Md. ■ Telephone 73.1. ml It ■ Notice of Registration for I the City Electro?*- Notice is hereby given that the Registration for the City Election will be held on MONDAY, MAY 81, 1928 Offices of Registration open from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m., st 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. " ARDft —PoMirrg House, Second IOIRTH WARD—Polling House, Calvert Street, near Star Theatre. This Registration is held for all those who are qualified to vote at the coining City Elec tion to be held in July. 4 I t9t? ° F REVIBIOX ' MONDAY, JUNE ’ EMMA ABBOTT GAGE, a ” l t/1 City Cisrk. Carlson & Carlson 1® GLOUCESTER ST. CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS Agent* for Johns-Mnnyille Asbeatea. Estimates Cheerfully Given. . PHONE n 1 — y NOTICE TO CREDITORS i *• hereby given that the **i> of Anne Arnndel county, aaa eb V* ir , fro j? the Orphans’ Court of Ant.. Arundel County, In Maryland, Letter- Testamentary on the personal estate of ANN CATHERINE MULLAN, ,at * ot Anne Arundel county, deceased All persona having el rims against the de, ceased are hereby waned to exhibit thl same, with the >oucners thereof, to ft* subscriber on or nefot.- the Bth DAT OF OCTOBER, 1928. 1 They may otherwise, by law, be excluded' from all benefit of said estate. All per sons Indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate pavosent. Given under my hand this 27th day of March, 1923. VIRGINIA I. MULLAN, Executrix. “Henry, why are you lat* this morning?” “Because the bell rang before I here.”—Everybody’s Magazine.