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Evening capital. [volume] (Annapolis, Md.) 1922-1981, May 10, 1923, Image 4

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“DOC” DOUGHERTY
WILL REFEREE BOUTS
AT BERWYN HEIGHTS
The Maryland State Athletic Com
mission has assigned J. J. ("Doc")
Dougherty. of the Naval Academy ath
letic staff, to referee the boxing bouts
at the new Sport land Heights Arena,
opening its season of Hummer open
air boxing at Berwyn Heights, Mary
land, this evening.
Quite a delegation from Annapolis
will go to Berwyn tonight, as the
main event of ten rounds, featuring
Johnny Reno, the Htar Navy light
weight, who trained at the Academy
"gym” with “Spike" Webb last sum
mer. Reno, who is the only Navy
boxer to win a decision over Joe Fis
cher, the star all-Navy lightweight
champion, has been going great guns
since he was discharged from the U.
S. S. Nevada.
GENERALS STING
BALL AND DOWN
NAVY TOSSERS
(ronllntirtl From I'nt* I.)
first counter in the third. The sec
ond run was chalked up in the fifth
on Harris’ muff of Wilson’s long fiy
and McCallum’s single. A Navy rally
seemed imminent In the ninth, but
Met'allum settled down. McKee start
ed the session with a single, which
Switzer let get by him, and the middy
scored. Leslie, batting for Burchet,
hit safely, but Wald and Biggs were
easy outs, and Switzer gathered in
Ward's high lly, ending the proceed
lnga.
Broadway Mgr. Gives
Tanlac Credit For
His Restoration
A
/% ■'/ Jamxs
r
James Rowland, Jr., popular man
ager of Long's Hat Store, 206 Broad
way, New York City, adds his voice to
the thousands who have already en
dorsed the famous Tanlac treatment.
"1 want to give a little history of
my case," -ways Mr. Rowland, "just to
let the public know what a good
medicine Tanlac is. Before I com
menced taking it 1 had indigestion so
bad I Just dreaded to see meal time
come, for 1 could only eat the lightest
of food, and anything which did ap
peal to my appetite would cause me
hours of agony. 1 would have a feel
ing like lumps in my stomach with
severe pains, gas bothered me ter
ribly. and my food would often come
back up.
"I can truthfully say that since tak
ing Tanlac, my troubles are a thing
of the past, and l can eat anything
without fear of suffering afterwards.
Incidentally, 1 have also gotten rid of
constipation of long tanding. Tanlac
is certainly great.”
Tanlac is for sale by all good drug
gists. Take no substitute. Over 37
million bottles sold.
Tanlac Vegetable 1 .Us are nature's
own remedy for constipation. For
sale everywhere.— (Adv.)
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We P>mi.e y°u riDfl EDJ AYHOIKP The thrills you’ve experienced in witnessing
•• something unusual vllWljJu JL Jj/l JL other pictures are naught as compared to
and mean it!... FRIDAY and SATURDAY those this amazing melodrama will give you.
!! ' lt t one P°' nt ' n drama of surprise \OU—and every other ups standing American among the spectators—are in the cast ALONG
■' XX irH THE SEVEXTEEX STARS AND TWO THOUSAND CAVALRYMEN who enact it on the screen.
r M *^ nd - Nou enjoy the role you play—cussing governmental “rep tape” that keeps two thousand of our fighting men inactive while
! !U ,ad R oes to the rescue of an American girl trapped with her dad. and intended as the victim of a horrible fate in
f-j the lair of a vicious dope-smuggling ring across the Mexican border.
' hie man and one girl against fifty fiends—and, fifteen minutes away, two thousand eager friends “rariiT to go” but held in leash
i" ; r ed tapt,” their leader tearing his hair as he waits in the telegraph room!
dgSMim HELEN CHADWICK and RICHARD DIX
bd -“QUICKSANDS”
With ALAN HALE NOAH BEERY EDWIN STEVENS FRANK CAMPEAU WALTER LONG Hi n nPP VT ovi
mCK SUTHERLAND GEORGE COOPER . TOjiWUJO* HERSH ° LT J^ESSSSEd
IW ATTRACTION TONIGHT (THURSDAY) “THE VAMPIRE A FOOL THERE WAS”
DIPLOMAS FOR
3 GRADUATES OF
LOCAL HOSPITAL
% , „
('•nt tn oed From Fft •
Hopkins on behalf of the faculty to
I Mins Leitch.
Immediately after the exercises a
reception was held in the room below
. the Sun Parlor, as the uncertainty of
the weather made it impossible to
have the garden party at the Nurses’
, Home as had been originally planned.
Here the young graduates, with
their arm full of flowers, received the
. congratulations of their friends.
Speech Of Or. Purr is
In presenting the diplomas. Dr. Pur
’ vis said, in part:
I "As you stand on this threshold of
your nursing career you can with
pleasure look down the vista of your
r undergraduate life and congratulate
yourselves that you stuck to your
posts and worked faithfully and well,
■ In reward ‘for which you will receive
* your diplomas and our very best
wishes.
‘ Remember, however, as you stand
on this same threshold you must also
look into the future and not let the
gayety and glory of the present be
, cloud your vision, for you have the
* stern reality of your life’s work
ahead.
"You must now go forth on your
. j own responsibility and cope with your
, problems alone. We of the staff, both
J medical and nursing, will be ever
r ready to assist you. but future suc
l cess really depends oh yourselves. Let
. your motto be ‘Service above self.’
, “The fact that you have chosen a
r very dignified, but also a very self
sacrificing profession. mußt be deeply’
; rooted in your souls. Strive to so con
, duct your life and work so that self
. and pleasure are secondary; then the
same motto as was once applied to the
■ country doctor will equally apply to
you: ‘She who can at all times sacri
fice pleasure to duty approaches sub
limity.’ ”
Program Of Exercises
Following is the full program of the
! exercises:
Prayer by Rev. James L. Smiley;
solo, Mrs. Elliott Burwell; address.
Governor Albert C. Ritchie; Florence
Nightingale Creed, by graduating
class; presentation of diplomas, Dr. J.
Oliver Purvis, Chief of Staff; solo,
Mrs. Elliott Burwell; presentation of
j prize for highest average, Dr. Walton
H. Hopkins; benediction. Rev. Harry
W. Kurgan, D. D.
MUSICAL TOMORROW
AT ST. MARTIN’S CHURCH
A musicule will be given tomorrow
evening at 8 o’clock in St. Martin’s
Church Sunday School rooms for the
benefit of the school. The talent on
tlie program will be. with a few ex
captions from the school. An admis
sion fee of 25 cents will be charged,
1 and there will be refreshments on
: sale.
i
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f ORGANIZED IN 1805
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B I
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Henry Hall Harwood. 1810-1836 Samuel Maynard 1828-1836
i! George Wells 1836-1877 Thomas Franklin 1836-1853
Alexander Randall. . .1877-1881 Richard I. Cowman 1853-1854
John Wirt Randall.. .1881-1912 Nicholas Hammond 1854-1868
Harry J. Hopkins 1912- Louis Gardner Gassaway. 1868-1889
r George Albert Culver... .1890-1906
: Louis Dorsey Gassa way. .1906-
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f 4 Per Cent on Savings Accounts
2 Per Cent, on Checking Accounts
The Farmers National Bank I
j OF ANNAPOLIS, MP.

THE EVENING CAPITAL, ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND. THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1923.
DENBY REBUKES
SIMS FOR ATTACK
ON NAVY OFFICERS
(CmiMnaed From Page 1.)
• Admiral Sims’ criticism of Admirals
Coontz, Eberle and Wilson is not
shared in by naval officers in general.
All three of these Admirals are credit
ed with fine records, and as highly ef
ficient naval officers. Moreover. Ad
miral Wilson, besides having served
with distinction as commander-in
chief of the United States fleet shortly
after the war, had previously attended
the Naval War College for two
years, and had also served on the staff
of that institution. He has. therefore,
had the very kind of training that Ad
miral Sims considers necessary to ■
naval officers’ fitness, plus a long rec-,
ord of distinguished service.
MEDICAL LIBRARIANS
HERE TO SEE SIGHTS
Delegates attending the Convention
1 of Medical Librarians, being held in
Baltimore, yesterday motored here to
I see the State House and Naval!
Academy.
The next convention of the organi
zation will be held in Montreal, either
in June or early September, contin
| gent upon the arrival and assimila
! tion of the Sir William Osier coilec
■ tion of medical books, now on its way
| over from England.
HOW’S THIS?
■ HALL’S CATARRH MEDICINE will
do what we claim for it—rid your sys
. tem of Catarrh or Deafness caused by j
■J Catarrh.
HALL’S CATARRH MEDICINE
> consists of an Ointment which Quick
, ly Relieves the catarrhal inflamma- ;
,! tion. and the Internal Medicine, a|
( !
DR. GOODMAN
SAYS
! Take Chiropractic Adjustments
And Get Well
Vv. /
Electrical Repairs!
; Motors, Vacuum Cleaners* Irons
and all Electrical Apparatus
II _
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! 149 GLOUCESTER ST. PHONE 4S-M.
ilia w. brooks l cO
r j OH4S. NEI.HON BROOKS
! PAINTING DECORA IT ■
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• t ttholrtterlng nnt Ontd 1,1 nr Work.
1 J'., PIT \ N S': PRONE XM-V4.!
Tonic, which acts through the Blood
on the Mucous Surfaces, thus assist- j
ing to restore normal conditions.
Sold by druggists for over 40 years.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo.* O—|
(Adv.)
Marriage License
GRECHT - LOWERY Christian
Grecht, 22: Dora E Lowery. 23; Bal
timore.
CLEARANCE OF I
DEPENDABLE
USED TRUCKS
Packard — 1% and 2% ton Chassis, j
Mack —2*4 ton Chassis.
Pierce-Arrow—2 ton Chassis.
White— % and 2 ton Chassis.
Commerce—l ton Chassis.
Reo—ll4 ton with open body.
Ford—l ton with panel body.
Service ton with dump body.
Atterbury—2 ton Chassis.
THE WHITE CO.
Ostend & Leadenhall St*, *
BALTIMORE, MI).
I
| Sterns Peremptory Sale Of j
Stock and Fixtures
| .
Having decided to discontinue my present line of business :
• • exclusively in the Automobile Accessories and
• porting Goods trade; and in order to dispose of stock on hand
| in A. quickest possible time—l hereby give notice to the
l) public and local dealers that I will start on
SATURDAY, MAY 12th
II I T ° T £° n c duct a PEREMPTORY SALE of STOCK and FIX- 5
|| TURES for a brief period at the premises, 36 Market Space
I] rni/nm consists of a large and varied assortment of Solid Gold and “
( j ~° ld Ffl J ed Jewelery, Diamonds, Watches, Fire Arms (Guns, Rifles.
H and Autom atic Revolvers. Cartridges); also Cutlery, Trunks, i
fl , 1 Case * and Gn P s a nd miscellaneous articles. Among the fix-
I ! medium size') P ay fl °° r CaS<?B 2 Bafeß ( ° ne I&rge and one
H fn A Bell . s,n .f. le articles to the general public or in quantity *
P nL ! aUd WiU make U interesting for those who mean busi- *
li Bi t, 8 ’ * ™ e , an se ! l out and c,ose out within the least pos
r si.de time, and will refuse no proposition within range of reason -
= | regardless of cost, value or loss.
Sale open to the public. Inspection welcomed.
SALE HOURS: 8 A. M. to 10 P. M. DAILY
I L. STERN
36 MARKET SPACE
’ Around the Back Door!
Make your place more modem and more livable, and add to the value *
of your property, by using Concrete around your houae. For a few
dollars you can have a new walk or driveway, build a new cellar en- !
trance or replace the rotted back porch steps. When you use Concrete
they will never need replacing again. Clothesline posts and flower beds
are useful conveniences every housewife appreciates. Your local con- ;
tractor can make them all for you; and you might even hdp him and
thus further reduce the cost* >
■ There are many such improvements you can withou
m expense. Any Security Cement dealer wffl give you Fret
Blue Prints and full information on how you can make need
\ ed improvements quickly and for the least money.
is ERMBITY
Star : Theatre
CHANGE OF PICTCREB DAILY
TODAT
BIG ORIENTAL PICTTRE
RATI'tINQ
JACK ABBEL
“Mystic Faces”
Added Attraction:
TWO KEEL COMEDY
FKIDAY-SATI’KDAY
P. A. POWERS Present*
Harry Carey
In III* Latest Western
“The Kick Back”
In 7 Big Keels
Round No. 6. "LEATHER PUSHERS"
CENTURY COMEDY
MONDAY
LAST EPISODE
“SOCIAL BUCKANEER”
and FIRST EPISODE
“PHANTOM FORTUNE”
l -
rarraL lii.K'i' 1. 1,, Ii M aussimss
Mrs. Lovinia White II
ANNOUNCES II
An Important Display of I]
Summer Frocks and Shoes 1
From
HUTZLER t
BALTIMORE
At her residence
17 Northwest Street, Annapolis
On Friday May 11th
From 10.00 A. M. to 7.00 P. M.
The Frocks comprise models for daytime and evenir .
and are priced $6.75 to $27.75.
#
The Shoes include styles for sportswear, afternoon and
the dance. Priced $5 to $lB.
Airs. White null take orders
from the samples on display.
REPUBLIC THEATRE
Tomorrow and Saturday
GLORIA SWANSON
IN
“My American Wife”
GLORIA as the dashing belle of the
sporting worlds of two continents.
In a romance brimming with color
ful adventure in a gay Spanish - American
setting. Antonio Moreno and Walter Lonj>
in the cast.
‘Paramount ‘Picture

By Monte M. Katterjohn, based on the sensational story
by Hector Turnbull
ADDED ATTRACTION :: :: GOOD COMED
TODAY
ADOLPH ZUKOR Presents a
William deMille Production
“CLARENCE”
WITH
Wallace Reid Agnes Ayres and May McAvoy
From the Play by Booth Tarrington
A Paramount Picture
f i
“Girls’ Week”
AT
Republic Theatre
MAY B—MAY 14
Valuable Assortment of Gifts to
the Ladies
—FR E E !
The Republic Theatre, starting tonight, May 8 ;
will give away coupons to the Ladies, for a draw
ing to be held Monday, May 14, at the Republic
Theatre, at the starting of the second performance:
36 ORIGINAL PACKAGES
Each containing one of the following celebrated
articles—namely: Violet Simplicity, Garden of
Allah Perfumes, Toilet Water, Face Powder, Cold
Creams, Sachet Body Talcum; also the latest crea
tion in Oriental Perfumes—“Dreamerie.”
This liberal offering was made possible through
the courtesy of Dr. T. Kent Green’s Pharmacy,
which is the distributor of these High Grade
articles.

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