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caalied U> pon *bu away from tin? city
Mr llavlqg gotir uurne and addreaa at the
AMe, foF n uvula |>r mouth; 15.00 per
Mgr. payable m ndvam-e. in any poatofflee
■ OM> Uuttyg Kiatra or Canada.
kawroi at Ati"H|.olta l‘oatofflc aa
gwoinl-Claa* Matter.
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Tby Aa < t1 t’rca# la **clti-
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iSWf-Ml.'n t all newt credited to
or "iijcrwU* credited In
lit t .i nl*o the local newt
puOMh“’ o relit. All rlghta of
F* . Vdtnh of auei'lal <ita
pa* Imoi-iu are ala** reserved.
FRIDAY, MAY 18. 1923.
TON Hi Hr H MEETING IN THE
STATE HOUSE
As repeatedly set forth in these
columns during the past several
weeks, the campaign of the Mary*
P lanfl Tobacco Growers' Associa
tion to increase its membership
to 65 per cent of the total number
of tobacco planters in Anne
Arundel is of the utmost import
ance to every citizen of the city
and county. While the member
ship campaign now being con
ducted here is meeting with a
good degree of success, it is un
doubtedly true that even greater
results will be accomplished if
every citizen will put his shoul
der to the wheel and do every
thing possible to help put the
campaign “over the top.”
In this connection it may not
be amiss to again direct attention
to the meeting whiqh is scheduled
n ''\o Ut held'at 8 o'clock tonight id
the :k|oue of amb
er of the State House under the
auspices pf the lojcjjd Chamber of
CkifpHttftT! i; (£hU * meeting, which
wjll be addressed I>y well-known
W I speakers, is for the purpose of
’ stimulating even greater interest
in the Maryland Tobacco Grow
ers' Association membership
campaign, and it is hoped that
every merchant in the city and
everyone else vitally interested in
the material welfare of the coun
ty will show appreciation of the
whole movement by attending it.
Practical experience has dem
onstrated time and time again the
splendid effectiveness of co-op
erative marketing associations
and the benefits that accrue to the
growers and to the communities
where they are solidly organized.
The co-operative marketing
movement, in fact, has long since
passed the experimental stage,
ahdl it is significant that failures
have been recorded only in those
instances where wholehearted
Support was lacking.
The Maryland 1 obacco Grow
ers' Association has been instru
mental in advancing the interest
of the planters in many ways, hut
it will be practically impossible
for the association to carry out its
extensive plans for betterment of
the tobacco situation in Maryland
unless it is enabled to materially
increase its membership. And
this end undoubtedly will be
greatly aided through the loyal
support of the whole citizenry.
THE DAILY MIRAC LE
Time is one of the most valuable
of human possessions. It abides
after friends are gone and wealth
has vanished. Time is priceless
because it is changeless. Of all
other things one must say:
This, too, shall pass away."
Time is the only thing that never
ceases to be.
. most precious thing in life i
is the 24 hours allotted to man-i
kind each day. Time is the i
changeless possession, and the!
more time one has the wealthier
one is. And, in this, Youth is the
wealthiest of all.
Time is the equal possession of
mankind. Without time nothing
is possible; with it. all things!
are. Rich man. poor man, beg-i
gar man and thief, all are equal
ly blessed by the daily miracle.
Said Emerson: “Give me
health, and a day. and 1 will make
the ponip of emperors ridicu
lous.” Said Franklin: “If thou
wouldst lay hold of Jife. save
time, for time is the stuff that
life is made of.”
Arnold Bennett, in his broch
ure, “How to Live on 24 Hours!
per Day,* says: “You wake up’
m the morning and your parrel
i
is magically filled with 24 hours
of the manufactured tissue of the
universe of your life. Waste your
infinitely precious commodity as
much as you will, and the suppl
will never he withuH 1 from you.
! You cannot draw on the future, i
| It is impossible to get into debt,
j You can only waste the passing
i moment."
j What a singularly inept race
we are to have invented the
j phrase, “killing time!” After all,
; that is the real race suicide prob
. j lem in a nutshell.
-7C LOSE LIVES
AS FIRE SWEEPS
;! SCHOOLHOUSE
M mittt,uni From Fas* 1.)
! K. I’earcp, Mm J. R. Phillips and
>; two children, Charles Hendricks, and
fqiii* children. M. H M -Lc .i and ore
thlld. Wesley Hendricks and one
daughter, Mrs. Rhotau, Mrs. Andtew
Campbell, Eolinc Campbell, Jack
Hush, Mrs. Walter Davis and three
children, Grace Arranls, Mrs. R. L.
McCaskil! amt one child, two chil
dren of E. L. Pratt, Jessie Smith, tv:o
children of C. K. McCasklll, lina Ar
rants, Mrs. William Brown and one
child Coroner E 1,. liixon and one
daurbter. Mrs. L. T. Dixon and two
children, Mrs. R. 1,. Dixon and one
child, child of Cleve Coodtv'n, two
children of E. L. Sewell, h negrt
nurse named Wade, Donnie Truer
tlale.
Unaccounted for:
‘ Ellio Barn.,
“Topsy-Turvy, ” Nunn* Of The I'lay
. “Topsy-Turvy,’* was the play
( which was going on when the tire
started and the blaze began as we
were shifting the scenery between the
second and third acts." T. C. Bruce,
19 years old, who played the part of
“Ned” In the comedy, which the Cleve
' land school was presenting as part
■ of its graduating exercises, told the
i Associated Press today.
"It was all so terrible that 1 can
• hardly realize it. Four of the eight
\ who were on the stage are now dead.
. And ‘ the tragedy of it all was that
the building had been condemned and
, that this was last graduation to
be held there. Next year the boys
and girls of Cleveland school were to
graduate in a new hall.
1 “I was standing right under the
‘ .oil lamp tylilcp was swinging from
I the celling and was partly hidden be
hind the aurtain,, when suddenly it
• fell. Some believe the heat from the
f lamp had molted the soldering and
, loosqne*! the trpu ring causing it to
, fall. Others say the curtain, as it
I was let down at the end of tne sec
ond act, struck the lamp and loosen
ed It. Anyway, it fell and oil ran
out over the floor and blazed up. At
’ first people screamed and began to
• get up, but we told them that we
I could put it out and tried our best
i to do so. Tlie flimsy draperies
•! caught, however, and soon the stage
• j and cuv}ah> were ablaze.
Stairway Collapsed
"Then everyone acted panicky and
began to rush for the stairway, the
only exit and a very narrow and
1 rickety one. There were about 300
people in the hall.
; "The men tried to keep the crowd
from pushing each other down the
steps but could not control them as
! the flames were licking closer on all
, sides. Soon some of the people began
, going to the windows and jumping
, ; out. Mothers threw their children to
I j those below and some jumped after
I them. I got out by jumping across
the banisters and down to the first
floor instead of using the steps.
Shortly after 1 got out of the build
ing the stairway collapsed and there
was a struggling mass of people, many
1 adly hurt, some even then dying, 1
guess. The splinters from the jagged
edge soon caught tire and splinters of
burning wood fell upon those who
were lighting for their lives.
“The only light was from the Are It
self and the heat was intense.
Cries Of Hying Add To Horror
“I pulled at those in the doorway
until I saw it was useless and many
1 of us stood under the windows try
! i*ig to catch the children who were
thrown out and to break the fall of
(hose who jumped. Automobiles were
placed under the windows to break
the fall as much as possible, but few
who did not get out early by the
doorway escaped with less than a
l roken wrist or ankle.
"Soon the clothing of those yet in
side began to catch fire and the cries
i and groans of the dying added to the
j horrors of the scene. Then, the build-
I ing collapsed and, well, I guess you
i know the rest—l'll never forget it.”
14,000,000 War Medals
(By The Aesorljted Freoa.)
j LONDON, May 18.—More than 14.-
000,009 medals have been awarded by
the British government to men and
women who served the country with
distinction during the Great War. The
total length of ribbon cn tHese med
als would extend 1,800 miles.
Among the decorations awarded are
360.000 1914 Stars. 145,000 clasps to
the 1914 Star, 1,780,000 1914-15 Stars.
4.700J)Q0 British War Medals, and 2.-
550.000 Victory Medals.
Huge Quantities of medals were
sent to Canada and the Dominions to
soldiers and nurses who distinguish
ed themselves.
A teaspoon of salt put ip starch
when cooking prevents it from stick
ing when ironing.
i
THE EVENING CAPITAL, ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND. FRIDAY, MAY 18. 1923.
SYRACUSE AND
NAVY OARSMEN
PREP. FOR RACES ,
i
(Continued Iran, rtf, I.)
i The Syracuse Y’arslty eight will out- <
weigh the rival middies by an average
of nearly six pounds to the man, ac- I
cording to the weights announced to
day. Six of the men in the Orange
boat tip the scales at 180 pounds or
better, and the average for the crew,
exclusive of coxswain, is 179 3-81
an especially husky crew. Navy's:
average is 173H
university’clubmen
IN FUN AND FROLIC
(C*Btlaad From Foe* 1.)
the whole assemblage, led by Clar
ence L. Clemson, joined in singing
"Old Black Joe ”
Passing from the ridiculous to the
, dignified, a unanimous vote of thanks
, was passed to Bt. John’s Colit go for
its gracious hospitality in the loan
of its rooms for the Club's meetings.
A fitting and impressive touch was
given when Dr. Fell arose and in a
brief but heartfelt address, bade fare
! well to the club as the retiring Presi
dent of St. John's.
Judge Rol ert Moss. President of the
, Board of Visitors, followed with a
, glowing tribute to Dr. Fell, and a
i cordial assurance that the college
( doors are always open for the use of
the club.
swills
W HI DARK
>
&
1 It’s Grandmother!* Recipe to
Bring Back Color and
r Lustre to Hair
t
, That beautiful, even shade of dark.J
glossy hair can only l e had by brow* |
( ing a mixture of Sage Tea and Sill-,
phur. Your hair is your charm. It j
makes or mars the face. When It
fades, turns gray or streaked, just an
! application or two of Sage and Sul-.
phur enhances its appearance a liun
’ dredfold.
Don't bother to prepare the mix- 1
’ ture; you can get this famous old
recipe Improved by the addition of
other ingredients at a smalll cost, all
1 ready for use. It is called Wyeth's
Sage and Sulphur Compound. This
can always be depended upon to'
b back {he natural color and lus- ■
1 tre of your hair.
* Everybody uses "Wyeth's” Sago and
L Sulphur Compound now because it
darkens so naturally and evenly that
- nobody can bell It has been applied.]
1 You simply dampen a sponge or soft!
brush with It and draw this through
the hair, taking one small strand at
! a itme; by morning the gray hair:
l has disappeared, and after another 1
i application tt becomes beautifully
1 dark and appears glossy and lus-1
trqus.
; j ' >!—■ ii ■>■■■— ■■■■■ in i i ■ ii—■ ii ■ *
! MONUMENTS FOR MEMORIAL DAY!
I
E. AVERY
Announces the recent receipt of marble monuments at his
* auxiliary yard
i WEST STREET AND SPA ROAD
, Memorial work ordered now from this stock can be erected
before Memorial Day.
iNew Limited i
1 All Pullman Train W 1
•s“i
A counterpart of the famous Broadway Limited, made
necessary to relieve increased travel on this premier train
m WASHINGTON BROADWAY 1
LIMITED
ih i4l
. -f-t 4-4-j
FfH , . . . .. MJ-1
ft train of *sr*llrarr and distinHlon for disrrimin- Lid
2 atlng travelers.
The qnirke*t nervier between WsiHhinxton and
( hleaxe and the West.
jjl NO EXTRA FARE
—— ;±i
|i HOURS CHICAGO HOURS S
DAILY
Lvs. Washington. . ; 3 ; so p. \t.
Baltimore > A 4 : 27 p. m
£rj “ Harrisburg 6:48 P. M
Ars. Pittsburgh 12:10 A. M. LL
nh “ Chicago 0:30 A. M.
Returning, leaves Chicago 1:00 P. M.. loaves Pitt - Kg
j#j burgh 12:19 A. M. Arrives Baltimore 8:00 A M.
Arrives Washington 9:00 A. M.
3d OBSERVATION TAR
iij Flub car, stenographer, barber, valet, maid, manicure,
m magazines, neuspapers, terminal telephone Conner*
rsrt Hons, baseball scores and stock quotations.
rift For fare*, tickets, reservations and further information, applv to ticket —3
ajrents, or
C. E. McCullough. Division Passenger Agent, 20-22 East
Fayette Street, Baltimore, Md. Telephone. Vernon 4noo
I PENNSYLVANIA!
I Railroad System g
THE STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE WORLD
q*44tTOiilß.ttvtfvJl.i.liM I'iftHiiiiiu .iwLHii'nr&L
Ben Ha. To Tote Oh Bono* Issue
{My Ttf AirlnH Freoa.)
HARRISBURG, PA . May IS.—En
abling legislation was signed by
Governor Pinchot yesterday for a sol
dier*' bonus to World War veterans if
a $35,000,000 bond issue for the pur
pose is approved by the voters of the
State.
I
" >
The
Johns Hopkins
University

Baltimore, Md.
ENTRANCE
EXAMINATIONS
Engineering j !
Scholarships
Eutrauce examinations, un- i '
der the auspices of the Col- j
lege Entrance Examination
j Board, will be held June 18-
23. 1923,' in the Civil Engi
neering Building, Homewood,
beginning at 9 A. M. each
j day.
j Applications for Scholar
ships in the School of Engi
neering. established under
provisions of the Laws of
Maryland. Chapter 90, 1912,
will uow be received. If
there is more than one ap
plicant for a particular
scholarship, competitive ex
aminations must be taken
j September 21. 1923, begin
-1 ning at 9 A. M.
Each Legislative District of
Baltimore City and each
j Counfy of the State, with the
| ‘exception of Howard, will be
entitled to one or more schol
arships for the year 1923-
. j 1924, in addition to those al- j
i j ready assigned.
Under the provisions of the j
Act of Assembly, the County
and City Scholarships in the
School of Engineering are
awarded only to deserving ~|
: students whose financial cir
cumstances are such that
i they arc unable to obtain an
education in Engineering un- I
less free tuition be granted
them.
i
The Scholarships entitle the
holders to free tuition, free
use of text books, and ex
emption from all regular
fees. One of the scholarships
in each County and in each
Legislative District of the
City carries also the sum of j
r S2OO.
Scholarships may be award
ed to graduates! of Eoyola
j ; ; foßege, St. John’s College,
Washington College, Western
Maryland College, University
of Maryland (Maryland .\gri
j cultural Collegel, ML St.
Mary’s College and Rock Hill
College.
Address The Registrar for
Iflank application forms and
j for catalogues. The next
i * session begins Tuesday, Oc
tober 2.
k"—
DIVORCE GRANTED
Mrs. Bessie E. Wells was granted
aa al solute divorce from John A.
Wells by decree of the Circuit Court
for Anne Arundel county on May 15.
1923. (Adv.)
Mexico’s President Upheld
• tty The AiMxlalru Prr*.)
MEXICO CITY, May 18—Over
whelming endorsement of President
Obregon’s methods of handling the
j requisition question was given by the
| chamber of deputies here yesterday.
! when a resolution expressing sym
' pathy and confidence in the executive
was carried by a vote of 131 to 9.
Japers—How did you get your gar
den dug so quickly?
Bubbs—l told my son he could stay
home and go fishing if he dug for bait
; worms in the garden.—''Topics of the
, Day” Films.
; 'l , 1 S 3
SPRING IS HERE
ARE YOU lOO%£FFICIENT ?
00 YOU TIRE EASILY?
Pronto' w.
If BLOOD HERVL v 4
s TONERS £
MAKES A DIFFERENCE- Aj*
A IN A DAY S
w
Package contains tnouXh for
ten days. Oont let *A DIME
A DAY STAND IN YOUR WAY*
for heaJtk aid complete hippinca:
A STRENGTH BUILDING TONIC
IRGrJIN-THE-BLOOD
for alr rvrr.vwhrrr or wnt post
paid on receipt of price.
THK PKONTIC lIIUi.I.ISTK, INC.
Baltimore, Md.
,j A Resolution adopted by the
Board of Supervisors of Elec
tions of Anne Arundel county,
May 1, 1923, dividing the Sec
ond precinct of the sth Elec
tion district, thereby creating a
new polling place to be known
as the Third precinct of said
district.
WHEREAS. It is the duty of the Board
er Supervisors of Kte-llons for Antic
Arundel County to examine the Itound
arles of the several election districts and
election precinct* in said eonniy. from
time to time, and whenever in thir, Jude
uioni and discretion they deem it CApedl
ent for the ‘convenience of j! vdtera to
eub-Ulfide any of said ehtyUmTdlstHcia oi
de< tiotis i*rt*.;ua*ts, they lore,by jSoctlon
of Chapter Stitt of the Ai ts of 1022, ~m
j lowered and authorised to make aufch sub
division and to establish ti\c boundaries of
such sub ilivisloti tn sueli away as to
fuel mate am! expedite the caMlug of bal
lots bv the voters thereof; and
WHEREAS, The residents ursl voters o>
the Second Precinct of the Birth Ejection
District, by petitions and personal telega
lions, hits railed the Board of Supervisors'
attention to the size mid large regiatered
vote in said precinct, and the necessity for
aub-diflding the same for the eonveiiience
of the voters; and.
WHEREAS. The Board of Supervisors of
Elections of Anne Arundel County, in eom
. pita live with the duty imposed ou them,
did on the Pith day of April, nineteen hun
dred and twenty-three, examine the bound
'tries of the Second Precinct of tiie Fifth
Election District. and found that the Said
precinct has more than fourteen hundred
voters, and have eoueluded in their judg
ment and discretion that it will be expedi
ent for the convenience of the voters t<
sub-divide said precinct.
THEREFORE. ISE IT RESOLVED by
the said Board of Election Supervisors,
that the said Second I’reeiuct of the Fifth
Election District be sub-divided anil a new
precinct be established to tie known and
designated as tin* Third Precinct of the
Fifth Election District of said county;
AND BE IT KCRTHEK RESOLVED
that the boundary of the said new, or
Third Precinct, be as follows:
BEGINNING for the same at a point in
the renter of the Washington. Baltimore
and Annapolis Railroad where the same is
, intersected by the division line between
the Fourth and Fifth Districts, and run
ning from thence and with the line ol
■said districts in an easterly direction to
the division line between the Third and
Fifth Districts; thence with the line of
said districts in :iu easterly direction to
the center of Marley Creek; thence with
tlie center of said creek in a northerly dl
roetion to the month of Furnace Creek;
thence with the center of Furnace Creek
and Furnace Branch in a westerly direc
tion to the center of the Baltimore and
Annapolis Boulevard, sometimes called
Eight Street Road; thence with (lie cen
ter of said boulevard in a northerly direc
tion to intersect the center of the County
Road leading past the property of F. Con
rad Stoll toward the dwelling of Thomas
Purnphrey; thence witii the center of said
road in a northwesterly direction to the
center of tlie State Road leading from Elen
Burnie towards Purnphrey; thence with
the center of said road in a southerly di
rection to the center of the County Road
leading towards the property of Basil S
Cromwell; thence with the center of said
road in a southerly direction to Intersect
the center of the road leading towards tin
old Annapolis Road and known as Fern
dale Road; thence with the center of sai<
mad in a westerly direction to tlie center
of the aforesaid Washington. Baltimor<
and Annapolis Bailroad: thence with tin
center of said railroad In a southerly df
rection to the place of beginning,
j AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED
i that the polling place for the sabl new. o;
| Third Precinct, be in or near Glen Buruic
I at u place to be hereafter selected and pro
! Yided by the Board of Supervisors of Elec
1 tion.
AND BE IT FURTHER UESOLVEI
| that the Clerk of the Board of Supervisor*
of Elections prepare a new set of regis
’ tration books and enter therein the uame*
of all persons entitled to vote in the sale
newly established, or Third Precinct, for
the use of the Judges of election, to be
hereafter appointed for the bolding of elec
tions In the future.
AND ISE IT FURTHER RESOLVED
that the boundary of the said newly made
precinct, as set out above, shall be made
known by advertisement In two news
papers published in Anne Arundel County,
onee a week for three successive weeks, be
fore the first day of September, in the year
nineteen hundred ami twenty-three, "and
by any other form of notice that the sai
Board may deem wise.
AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED,
that the conduct of elections In the said
newly made, or Third Precinct, shall eon
form to the election laws made and pro
vided for the holding of elections in Aum
Arnudei County.
CHARLES O. DU LIS. President,
DANIEL N. AHMIGKK.
WILBUR F. PETHERBKIDOE.
Board of Supervisors of Election
for Anne Arundel County.
Witness:
CLINTON S. SHAW, Clerk.
St.m-24
AN ORDINANCE
For the parpen# of fixing and establish
ing a special tax to cover the cost of
making connection with sewer on
• Xlunroe Court.
Section I. Be It established and or
dained by the Mayor, Counselor and
Aldermen of the City of Annapolis that a
hew section In* added to Article 36 of the
City Code *f Annapolis, to follow Section
tt of laid Article, and to rend as follows:
••Section It) Ail owners of property
abutting ou 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 the
malu aewer to a point near such abutting
property, affording easier access to said
sewer/" and all portions of this sewer be
yond the "X" attached to main aewer and
connecting with abutting property sital
be con si vie red 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 take effect from the
date of passage.
Approved April 10, 102”.
SAMUEL JONES.
Attest; Mayor.
EMMA ABBOTT HACK,
City Clerk.
E. O. LEAGUE
ROOFING
tipoutlng, tilirft Metal and Slats Work
STOVES AND FURNACES INSTALLED
AND REPAIRED
■•WON■" t-W.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
The incorporated City of AnnnpoNs
Maryland, will receive bids until 12
oVliH’k, noon, May is. 192.1. at Annupolia. j
Maryland, for the construction of sewers
ns follows: About 775 ft. of 8-inch, with
suitable appurtenances, all In accordance
with plans and specifications prepared by
t\ E. Miller. Engineer. Annupolia, and now
on file with the t'ity Clerk. All bids
must lie accompanied with certified checks,
rpproxiinately in the amount of 5 per cent
of the bill, made payable without recourse
to the City of Annapolis. Md The City
reserves the right t reject any and a!
bills, to waive defects, and to accept any
ldd. All bids must be In sealed envel
opes. marked on the outside “Seweragt
Bids." atnl addressed to Mrs. Kutma Huge
City Clerk. Si-9 17
NOTICE
Bids will be received by the City Clerk
until 12 o'clock noon. May 20th. for pm
feet <>f gitrib*n hose for use at W. W. 11.
and 1.. Co., t'ity l-'lre Department. Bid
dels w ill submit samples of hose with bid
The right Is reserved to reject any and
all bids. mto-td.
W. B. & A. ELECTRIC
RAILROAD
MID-CITY TERMINALS
Half-Hourly Service Morning and Evening
Between Annapolis. Baltimore and
Washington au d Cump Meade.
(Washington and Camp Meade
passengers change at Navul
Academy Junction.)
LEAVE ANNATOLIS
West Street Station
5.10, x 5 50. 0.20. xfi 50, x 7.50, 8.20, 920
10.20. 11.20, A. M„ 12.20, 1.20, 2.20, 8.20
4.20. *4.50, 5.20, 11.20, 7 00, 8.20, 10.20
11.20. P. M.
Leave Naval Academy Gate 10 minutes
earlier; State House Station, Bladen
Street and College Avenue, seven (7)
minutes earlier
Connecting at Odenton with P. R. It.
ANNArOLIM SHORT LINK DIV.
Bladen Street Station
520 A. M and hnlf-hourly thereafter at 2c
and 60 minuten after each hour until
0-50 P M„ then at 7.51). 8.50. V. 50, li>so
and 11.60 I*. M.
6.20 and 3.50 A. M. train* dally except
Sunday.
LEAVE BALTIMORE—W„ B. ft A.
0.35. 7.35, 8.35, tt.35, 10.35, 11.35, A. M
12.35, 1.35, 2 85, 3.80, X 4.05, 4.85, x 5 05
6.35. 0.35, 7.35, 8.33, 11.26, I*. M., 12.35
A. M.
All traina receive or discharge passengers
at local points between Annapolis and
Naval Academy Junction and at Ship
ley and Ltnthleuni on signal.
ANNAPOLIS SHORT LINE DIV.
Howard and Lombard Sts.
5.15 A. M. and hnlf-hourly thereafter at 15
and 45 minutes after each hour until
6.15 P. M.. then nt 7.15, 8.15, 9.15. 10 16.
11.15, P. M., and 1215. A. M.
5.15 aud 5.45 A. M. traina 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 8.30. 4.00, *4.30, 5.00
0.00, 7,00. 900. 11.00. I*. M.. 12.10 A. M.
* —Dally except Sunday.
For tickets and Information apply nt our
city ticket offices: Went Street Station.
Carvel Hall, Short Line Station, Bladen
Street.
WILLIAM 11. MOSS ... Auctioneer.
PUBLIC SALE
—OP
VALUABLE BUILDING
LOTS
Situate On Jefferson Ht., Annapolis, Md.
Under anil by vlrture of n power of sale
contained in a mortgage from Fred
Schoen, dated the 19th day of August,
lttltt. recorded among the Land Records
of Anne Arundel comity In Liber \V. N. W
No. 15, folio 222, I will offer at publk
sale at the Court House Door, Annapolis.
Md., on
Tuesday, May 29, 1923,
AT 11 O'CLOCK A M..
the following property:
All those four lots of ground situate on
tin* northeast side of Jefferson street. An
napolis. Maryland, with n frontage there
on of 175 feet and an irregular depth,
designated ns Nos. 18. 19. 20 and 21 on
the plat of the “Kipper Estate” made by
E. I.aey Chinn. Surveyor, and filed In Plat
Book No. 1. Section 1. folio 15. of Anne
Arundel county. Being the same lots of
ground conveyed to the said Fred Sehoei
by Fredericks W. Kipper. Surviving Ex
ecutor and Trustee, by deed dated the 14fh
day of August, 1919, recorded nmong the
iforesaid Land Itecords in Liber W. K.
W. No. 15. folio 219.
TERMS OF SALE: Cash on ratification
of the sale by the Court. A deposit of
5209 00 will be required of the purchase
or purchasers on the day of sale, balance
to bear interest at the rate of 0 per cent
'•er annum. Taxes to be adjusted to tbi
late of Bale.
For further particulars, apply to.
WIXSON G GOTT.
Attorney Named in Mortgage,
tti-9.15.18,22.25.20-28. Annapolis, Md.
Notice of Registration for
the City Election
Notice is hereby given that the Registration
for the City Election will be held on
MONDAY, MAY 21, 15)23
Offices of Registration open from 9 a. m
to 9 p. in., 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 noose. Second
Street.
FOURTH 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 hold in July.
DATE OF REVISION, MONDAY. JUNE
4, 1923.
EMMA ABBOTT GAGE.
21td. City Clerk.
h
LOST ~
Lost—Feta nlp rabbit dog: white ■
three brown spots. Apply 17 M
at reef.
Lost—Black and white fox ferric
male; left back leg bandaged. I 1 ;
or call at tit) \v,.* t street.
FOR RENT
For KENT Furnished y~
preferred. Apply 37 Murray a veil
Foe RENT
rooms and bath. Apply 179 i* :
George street. Phone S!7-J.
HIK lit \ l i i
and one three-roon. furnished tt.ii \
ply 79 West street.
FOE MM
ped. for “June Week," or for tin -
iner. Charles U. l,<- .v c,>.
ft > K RENT l> Si
gentlemen. Apply 129 Main street.
FOR KENT Four-room house and i
tint and cold water. Electric lights
gas range in kitchen. Apply 51 \\,. 4
street. nt ] v
i<i; him N i
bouse; tile bath atnl porch. I’hm
min td
FOR RENT June to September, lti
ed apartment. Omni locution.
dretl. Phone 504-W.
FOR SALE
FOR sale Hudson Speedster
good condition. lust overhaul
lots of extras. Reasonable ini,. ,
•V,. Capital office.
I'M. \I t li - I
Smith River road, near I’.tm.v siati.,n jk*
Apply John F. -Martin. 47 .Maryland Vx." 1 ?
ht-'i ,
FOR MALE White reed !.„l7x~~,
practically new Also thru burner -
range. Apply 194 Main street
FO UU N ‘ 1
Two-atory dwelling, sere
bath: running water; hot and eoid: V ■ 1
water heating system; gas and tri
lights; two lots; fruit tns's, gnii.i',
Terms. ’
lor MALE—Baby can tge genuine
bhicli gray; like new. Apj .v lb I'rai; #
lit) street. Telephone 361 It.
WANTED
W WTKI* -Respectable colored gil l w - 7*l
position as nurse or maid travel .tiejfl
lug spring and summer. Apply Box J
Capital office. mi s
W ANTI i >
condition. Phone 139- R.
WANTED —D
elusive rights in Anne Arundel
for fastest selling article in its lln>dj
Factory representative will be tn Ann I
Illa Monday. Good opportunity
right party, man or woman. Box .V 4
< 'spltai offit e. Ii
\t ANTED Men. women, 18 upward, i ||
government positions; .412 U $l3B mo. I *
perlenee unnei-esaary. For frs* list pen -?j
tlons write It. Terry, (former Civil S-'n M
ice examiner). 242 Barrister Illilg A
Washington. I). C. nr. k
Square Deal Garage
ALL WORK GUARANTEED!
G. P. (Irish) Midden. Prop.
GENERAL REPAIRS, KTORAGK
AND WELDING
Coruhlll and Fleet Sts., Annapolis, Mi *1
Telephone "35. nil I
PLANTS for SALE, HEDGE
TRIMMED
Lawns given expert attention. AlsolrtMfij
surgery by experleneed hands. Plm;*(|
88.8-J.
, GREEN IIOUHE I.OCATED ON 811 Ut
: STREET. m f/|j
I Carlson & Carlson
IM GLOUCESTER KT.
CONTRACTORS
ami BUILDERS
Agents for Jo)inN*.Munvllle Aubcslwf %
Estimates Cheerfullr Given.
PHONE 37
) ““ ■ -
NOTICE
Propnsala will he received at the ofli ••
the City Clerk up to 12 o'clock m.. '!
Saturday. May 19. for varnlslilng Am. f
can La France apparatus of the itcn *-S
Hose Company.
For further’ information apply t<* Fi-M
Marshal George T. Basil. The right Is i -J
Served tt> reject any or all bids. m 15-ImH
AN ORDINANCE
' To add a section to Article 88 of tlj* j
• Pity Code, to le designated ns Section 1/Hfl
H A. to follow Immediately after Section .
of slicit article.
e Section I. fit I teatablished and onhilgT
'• ed by the Mayor. Counselor and All-®!
men of tlie City of Annapolis, that a
s*et!ou be added to Article .88 of the t'itflw
Code, title. Streets, to be designated Jgl
Section 25-A. to follow immediately
Sei-tlon 25. and to read as follows:
r, Section 25A. It ahull not be lawful ' |
. any person or persons, or body eorp* j:;j ' ‘M
. to place ufmn any if the public atn- 'J|
lanes or alleys, footways, or pavetiK; w
of the City <if Annapolis any goods ?Wm
k . sale, or receptacles used in connect a
. with the same, or stands or containers ;•
any kind, except as provbled in this -*S
1 tion. Such goods, weptacles. containiflß
and stands shall he placed only in six liSh
way that they shall occupy not more '*<)■
twenty-five per <-*nt of the width of ' l.i
' footway directly adjacent to the
occupied by the person so placing tie cn
• and shall lu no case be placed within *j I
f<*et of tlie outward edge of tlie curb J
1 any street. No permanent structure -as®
f be placed for such purposes without htf, j
obtaining a permit from the City Coni' ’S
; upon tin* m-ouimeiidatloii of the <‘i;
Commissioner. Every person vinl-ttiiJW
any provision of this section stiall
punished by a fine of not less than
dollar or more than ten dollars, tog’hit?
with the costs of tlie action, to Ih'
covered as tines and costa are now riyi
covered.
Section 2. And be it establishes
and ordained by the authority afore* JjSjj
that this ordinance shall tukc effe.-t f$M
June 15, 1923.
Approved May 14. 1923.
SAMUEL JONES, I
Attest: Mayor gp
EMMA ABBOTT GAGE,
City Clerk.
(Seal.)
FOR SALE

Dwelling. 95 Conduit St f 0..- 1 *!
Dwelling. 181 Third St., East
port I." 4
Dwelling, Bay Ridge Road 2,'4||
Bungalow, West St '
Dwelling, Spa View Heights.... 7/h
B. J. WIEGARD
REAL ESTATE k INSURANCE j
21 SCHOOL ST. it;-

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