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I July Reduction Sale
f y " OF LADIES’
ir\ foSkv „ Summer
iVy ill Footwear i
v "xSjf at unheard of prices,
V which for quality and
> l I style are unsurpassed ;;
j J 4 OXFORDS, Leather, Vici A
■j- Kid, worth $3 & $3,503 pair,
For $2.89. ;;
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.*. Oxfords comprising all leathers and made-up in
all the improved styles; all shapes and QQ j
| heels, well worth $2.75 and 52.50 a pair, for dZivsJ
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t Cut This Out, It Is Valuable. . „ . , r ;;
•j* T his Coupon is good for ..
25c. on all purchases of !!
$2.00 or more if presented !!
f at our Store between July !!
4 Cut This Out.lt Is Valuable. 7th and 17th. j* * j* “
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I 13 AJTJIVS 36 Mafket s P ace !!
| L. H. REHIN 1
! Great Bargains ii
I In Dry Goods, Notions, Mon’s, Boys’ \\
and Youths’ Ready-Made Clothing, ;>
Gent’s Furnishing Goods, Underwear, |
&c., Straw Hats at half-price, also fine \\
lot of Mattings, Oil Cloth, Linoleums,
| Rugs, &c., &c. 11
f On account of the sale of the property now occupied 1
* by me for the past 30 years or more, as a general Dry 11
| Goods and Notion House, I will offer for sale my entire 11
stock of goods consisting of a general assortment of Dry 11
’•> Goods, foreign and domestic Dress Goods, Hosiery, Uu- II
| derwear, Notions, Ready-Made Clothing for Men, Boys, |
& and Youths, of the best make, also Mattings, Oil Cloths, II
t Linoleums, Rugs, &c. Also for sale the Store Fixtures, II
t consisting of Counters, Show Cases, Iron Safe, National II
t Cash Register, etc. j;
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to continue from day to day for the next 30 |
•| days, until the-entire stock is disposed of. i
ij 24 Cor. Market Space and Main Street. |
* 1I+<1+< nm t'p-m *
0* *\ You you II
II ■ /? want in
J Furnishings J[
II / • :±rrii'y 7 ’* iK!z j/ For Men and Boys. |[
|| j V C " •' , " e K*'K <c Shirt made
o £hj |J J Pajamas, j|
II [aSf Medium Weight and 11
1; *• 3* SS, Hot Weather Un -i:
♦ W derwear. 11
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II Ready-to-Wear or Made to Your Order. J ►
♦Frank A. Munrod
II |3B and 140 Main street.
Burglary Insurance.
Something New in Annapolis, i
Insure your Residence, Stable, Store, ]
Safe, Bank, Baggage and Hotel against
!ua Uy burglary and loss of theft by your
oa n servants. j
Bor infonnation apply to
6i BREWER, Agent.
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From Annapolis lo Arun
The AnxllUry Sloop-Yacht “MABBL,’ will
make dailv trip? from AnnapolU to •• Arnnd’lon
tbe-Bay,” and landing on the way. Learn Anaap
oiie at , a m. and Sp. m. Leave Aniudel-ou tbc-
Bay at *a. m. and 5 p. m.
Aio Boat lor hire 10 pleasuring pa'tic*- _
Order, left at JOS. W. TRAIT'WBIN. City
Do, k, will receive pnmj* *
’ Foot of Main Stiaat.
The Auempelis
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I 13 School St , Annapolis, Md.
: taft! For Sale tUif
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| No. 3} Madison Street. Mordern, *9
. room hou*e, ail conveniencea. Large
• front.
Green Street. Two modern houses. All
’ conveniences. Cheap. Easy terms.
I West Annapolis. Fine new house.—
► Large yard. This is a bargain.
I Acton Lane. Two houses ana lots. Will
. pay 20 per cent, on investment.
; Eastport. No. 3 Murphy's Rdw. 5 room
I brick house. Large yard.
• STORE with 2 % Acres. South River
| Neck. Good opening for Grocery or
t> Drug store.
! Annapolis
Two on Prince George street.
J Three Lots on Market street.
. Five 20-ft. Lots on Corner Cathedral
; and Franklin streets.
• West Annapolis
We have several of the. most desirable
> Lots in West AnnapOjis. Can be pur
’ chased at a bargain: Easy terms.
. Two and a-half Acre plot of ground
| across Weems Creek, back of West An
! napolis. Make nice garden farm. Beau
■ tiful location. Cheap for cash.
Building Lots in best location in ;East
port, on main avenue. One with large
water front, others *in locations rapidly
' enhancing in value.
I BUY NOW, while prices are low and
' terms easy.
and sell them on easy terms. Small cash
! payment, and balance monthly install
ments, same as rent.
; Farms For Sale—Anne Arundel Co.
' We Have Some of the Fineit Farms in
Anne Arundel Oounty For Sale
! 100 Acres, within 2% miles of Annapo*
1 lis new 6-room dwelling, tenant house,
| barn, stables, etc. This is cheapest
, farm on our list, and one of the best.—
• Fine water front.
One of 320 Acres, between Odenton
• and Annapolis Junction. This is one of
' the best truck farms in the county, near
| both R. R.’s. Buildings, Barns, etc., in
■ first class order. Will be divided.
Two Farms across Severn River. One
I with water frontage.
; ’ Three Farms on South River, varying
! in size from 130 to 380 acres.
Every one of these farms has fine water
| front.
Farms of Ijo acres, near Bay Ridge.
5-Room Brick House; large yard; in
nice order, $6 per month.
Two 6 Room Houses, new; West St
The Annapolis Building and
Real Estate Company,
' Robt. J. Berryman, Manager.
’ .-123 13 School St., Annapolis, Md.
George Forbes,
Basement Equitable Bldg.. Baltimore. Md-
Practices in Annapolis and Baltimore.
Mv connection with The Aetna Indemnity 00.
, at* Att’y-in-Otiarge of it* Legal will
i no wise Interfere with my private practice.
.. . j C. * P. (Long IMdance.) Bt. I‘auljuua
I‘noxnj Maryland, Conrtlaud. IW3.
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Circulating Library
The Following Books were added to 11
the Library, week ending June 27th
“Two Rummer Glrlr and I,” by T. B. Sayre.
-•The Uray Wig.” by I. ZangwUl,
“The Lion* of the Lord,” by B. L. W llaou.
“The Price ofEreodom.” by A. W. Mar
“Mr. Koegan’i Elopement," by W. Church
“Sir Christopher. ’’ by Maud L. Goodwin.
“Tommy and Urijiaef,” by 3. N. Barrie.
•• Rejected or Men.” by Howard Pyle.
“The Gap In the Garden," by V. W . Bart
-By the Rampart* of Jeer eel.” by Arnold
TERMS s—New Books, 2c. per day
Old Books, la per day.
Annapolis Storage Co.,
Fireproof Jfarehouse.
Packing, Moving, Storing of
Furniture, and the like.
General Hauling of Heavy and
Light Freight.
Baggage Transferred.
OFFlCE—Prince George 84.
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& £W* **■&. < ** fr t■ 4v \ •*, -2k i>£
Bouchers-on-the - Spa
Annapolis Boat Club,
On TUESDAY, July 28th, 1903,
Commencing at T F. M.
Tickets 25cts- Including Transportation.
Tickets on sale at Herman Theisz, 77
Main St., or can be obtained from mem
bers of the club.
gg 1 Refreshments served on the grounds
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ask him for a PIE. Don’t iorget that
we make them, too.
And we are just as successful with Pies
and Cakes as we are with
Bakers who are experts in their line make
our Cakes and Pastry. It is superior to
that produced at home because they give
all their time and attention to these mat
Our Angel Cake is delicious. Try it.
167 MAIN STREET, Oor- Conduit St.,
Proposals will hr received at the
Hureau of Supplies and Accounts, Navy
Department, Washington, 1). C., until IS o’clock
uoou. July SI, PAD, aud publicly opened imme
diately thereafter, to furnish at the navy
srds, etc., Portsmouth, N. IL, Huston, Ms*.;
New Londou, Conn.; Newport, K. 1.; New
York ; loague Island. Pa.; Annapolis, Md.;
Washington, 1). C.; Norfolk, Va.; Port Royal,
S, C ; Charleston, 8. C.; Key West, Kla.; Pen
sacola, Kla., aud New Oi leans, La-, a quantity
of lamps, wire, conduit, electrical supplies,
blowers, faua, blocks, bolts, blooms, brushes,
fire brick, canvas, twine, oakum, dry goods,
buttons, coal, wood, glass, screws, chain studs,
hardware, tools, lamps, leather, lumber, metals,
forgings, castings, hose, paints, acids, glue,
sodium nitrate, pipe, pipe fittings, valvea, pro
vender, ice, roast beef, salt beef, salt pork
peaches, pears, coffee, sugar, salt, drawing in
struments, stationery, coffee urns, range sec
tions, athletic outfits, soap, matches, waste,
beeswax, and construction of wharves at tor
pedo station, Newport, K. I. Blank proposals
will be furnished upon application to the uavy
pay offices, New York: Portsmouth N. H.;
Boston, Mass.; Newport, R. I.; New London,
Conn.; Philadelphia, Pa.: Annapolis, Md.; Nor
folk. Vo.; Port Royal, 8. C.; Charleston, 8. C.;
Key West, I'la.; Pensacola, Pla., aud New Or
leans, La.~II. T. B. HARRIS, Paymaster-Gen
eral U.S. fif. 7-3-03. jyi3
PROPOSALS will be received at tbe Bureau of
Navigation, Navy Department, Washington,
11. C., until I*o’clock uoou, Wednesday July 22,
IMH. aud there publicly opened Immediately there
alter for a Stable at tbe U. 8. Naval Academy, An
napolis. Md. The amount allotted for tbe entire
work is f 16. ucvi. Blauk forms of proposals and
specification* will be furnished, and plans may be
seen on application at tbe Bureau of Navigation,
Navy Department, Washington. D. C., at the U.
8. Naval Academy, Annapolis,Md.. or at the oAlo
of ft. Burnett, Architect, 111 Plflh Avenue, New
York. A set of drawings may be obtained at tbe
Architect’s office, by depositing f 15, fill of which
will be refunded ou tbjlr return, U. C. TAYLOR,
Chirf op BuukAU, July 8, lUVI. july 7
PROPOSALS will be received at the Bureau of
Navigation, Navy Department, Washing
ton. D. 0., until H o’clock noou, Thursday, July
33. WVi, for a chapel and a tea wall, and until 13
o'clock noon, Wednesday, July 29, WUB, tor a gym
nasium, at tbe U. 8. Naval Academy, Annapolis,
Md. Blank forms of proposals aud specifications
will be furnished plans may be seen 00 applica
tion to the Bureau of Navigation, Navy De
partment, Washington, D. 0., and at the
U. 8. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md. l'ropo*
sals and specifications of tbe chapel aud gymna
sium may also be obtained at tbe oflice ol Ernest
Klagg, architect, 85 Wall Street, New York City,
where drawings mar he procured by depositing
sls, fit) of wbteh will be refunded on tnelr re
turn.—ll. U. TAYLOR, Chi bp op Burba u.
July , WtO. Iyl4
Eye-Siglil Specialist
6W. Lexington Bt, Baltimore. Md.
Formerly manager of Lebin’i, will be at
R. L CHANCE’S Jewelry Store,
> ♦-$ t ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ •
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- Carefully Removed, Stored
] ’ and Packed by Exper- * |
ienced Packers.
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°_Also, Furniture Packed for °
0 Shipping in the Most **
4 * Careful Manner.
o 0
< * Baggage Galled For and Delivered- {1
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o R. G. CHANEY, °
4 * 159 Weet Annapolis. Md 11
Applications for Liner License.
. Ajwapoub, Mi>., July 10th. MR.
The nnfferalgned petitioner baa filed his Ap-i
plication with the Uty Ootlector and Treasurer,
to present to the Mayor, Counselor and Alder
men. of tbe City of AanapoHa, kw Uoeneeto
aell Spirituous and rementad Uquors at his
place of business opposite his name ;
JAMKR CLIN TUN JONES, 996 Wert Street ex
tended. Jj
CollectorofTaxes A Treasurer of Annapolis. Md.
The Home Lodge Preparing For
Convention Visitors
Next Week.
At a special meeting of Annapolis
Lodge No. 622, Benevolent and Protec
tive Order of Elk', held last night at the
Home on State Circle, arrangements were
made lor entertaining a party of visiting
Elks from the convention of the Grand
Lodges of the United States to be held in
Baltimore next week.
The iceboat "Latrobe” will leave Bal
timore on Monday at 1.30 o'clock in the
afternoon and is expected to arrive here
at 4 o’clock at the Santee wharf. Naval
Academy. She will bring an excursion
of three hundred Elks, their wives and
daughters, sisters and lady friends. The
following has been appointed a committee
of reception from the local lodge : Dr.
VV. G. Tuck, chairman; Nevitt Steele,
Robert J. Berryman,E. Stanley Toadvin,
Luther H. Gadd, George W. Wilcox,
James W. Conroy, John R. Sullivan,
Wm. B. McCready, Jas. P. Bannon.
The visitors will be extended the cour
tesies of the Naval Academy and will
inspect the sights in the Academy and
in Annapolis, after which they will be
escorted to the Elks’ Home, where a
reception will be held and entertainment
provided. The Elks' Home has been
beautifully decorated for the occasion.
On the upper rail on the root garden is
the word •• Welcome” in large letters ol
red, whi;e and blue. The windows and
porch are elaborately decoiated with
white and put pie—the Elks’ colors. Fes
toons of white and purple grace the
beautiful colonial front porch, and twine
the pillars of the the porch.
The word "Welcome” is conspicious
in all the decorations. On the bunting
festoons are elks' heads and antlers and
the clock registering the famous hour—
XI, when the Elks drink to the absent
ones, The interior of the Home is also
handsomely decorated with garlands,
stats and designs in Elks’ colors. The
Anrapoits lodge is composed of 117
members, six'y of whom will take pari
in the parade in Baltimore next week.
Tiny will wear white duck saiior suits,
and will make a handsome appeatance.
They are unfortunate in not being able
to secure the Naval Academy band,which
is engaged for the summer at various re
sorts, but will have a Baltimore band
to bead them in the parade.
Thj local lodge will be represented in
'Baltimore at the convention by Past Ex
alted Rulers Luther H. Gadd, James W
Conroy and Ct-arles A. Zimmerman,who
will be entitled to all the privileges in
the convention. Tpe local lodge have
arranged for special trains over the An
napolis. Washington & Baltimore Rail
road on next Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday nights, leaving Baltimore at
11.30 o'clock. Further arrangements
will be completed at a meeting of the
Deal lodge Monday nigbt,
Should Be Repaired.
The city authorities shoald take some
steps toward the repair of the street at
the intersection of Conduit and Duke ol
Gloucester streets, where the Mack brick
paving has rben and arched itself to tbe
height of over a fool. This state of
affairs occurred several weeks ago, and
since that time traffic has been greatly
Interfered with. Tbe election is over,
which was said to have delayed the re
pairs, and now there seems to be no
reasonable excuse why they should not
be made. Faulty engineering and tbe
failure 10 place expansion joints at certain
points ot the street paving are said to be
responsible for tbe damage. At any rate
the repairs to tbe new streets have need
lessly cost tbe city large sums of money
and tbe taxpayers will bold those re
sponsible to account.
- Washington And Baltimore
The entertainment committee of the
Elks have made arrangements with tbe
Annapolis, Washington & Baltimore
Railroad to have a special train Tues
day, Wednesday and Thursday nights,
leavipg CatndSp Station, Baltimore, at
11.30 p.m., arriving in Annapolis at
12.30. The fare for round trip, #1.25;
good for five days, also good on special
trains of tbe three nights. All Elks and
friends are requested to attend conven
tion via Ibis road leaving West street
station. By order,
|iß Elks* Committee.
Church Notes.
The regular services will be held in all
the chuicbes tomorrow. .
There will be preaching tomorrow
morning at the service of College Avenue
Baptist Cborcb at tbe Assembly Rooms.
The Rev. O. B. Falls is expected to
The usual services will be held at the
Presbyterian Canrch morning and even
ing. Preaching by the pastor.
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Maryland Avenue M. E. Church wili
give an excursion on the regular trip of
the Emma Giles to Sooth, Rhode and
West Riven, Moodiy. July 20 b. Round
trip, 25 cents. ji I
■ .... 1 . O._ sail, j.a■ ■ ' • A
The Churches And Clergymen
In Charge—Hours of
Services will be held in all the churches
ol this city Sunday as follows ;
Rev. Joseph P. McComas, Rector.
Rev. Herry Lowndes Diew, Assistant.
Rev. J. H. Simons, Minister in chare
of St. Philip’s Chapel.
S/. .-tune s Cktuxk. Sundays Holy
Communion at 7 a', in. Sunday school
at 9.30 a. m. Litany at 10 a. m. Morn
ing Prayer and Sermon at 11.00 a. m.
Evening Prayer at 5.30 o'clook.
First Sunday in the month Holy
Communion at 11.00 a. m.
Week Days Holy Communion on
Thursdays at 7 a. m. and on all Saint’s
Days and Holy Days.
Morning Prayer and Litany on Wed
nesdays and Fridays at 10 a. m.
Evening Prayer upon all Saint's Days
and Holy Days at 5 p. m.; daily during
Advent and Lent.
The Rector's Bible Class—Wednes
days at 8.00 p. m. The ”B. S. A.’ Bible
Class, (men), Fridays at 8.00 p. m.
St. Anne's Chapel —Sundays—Evening
Prayei at 7.00. o'clock.
St. Luke's Mission Hall —Eastport
Sunday-school at 3.30 p. m. Evening
Prayer and Address, (on Sundays), at
8.00 o'clock. Evening Prayer on Wed
nesdays at 8.00 p. m.
St. Philips Chapel. —(colored) —Sun
days—Holy Communion at 7.00 a. m.
Morning Prayer at 11 o'clock. Evening
Prayer at 8 o'clock. Sunday-school at
3p. m. Holy Communion on the First
Sunday in the month also at it a. m.
Week Days—The Litany on Fridays at
8 p. m.
Rev. J. A. Kautz, C. SS. R., Rector.
Low masses at 5.30 and Ba. m. The
8 a. m. mass is the children's mass,
during which the children will sing and
a short sermon preached. At 10.30 a. m.
there will be High Mass and sermon.
7.30 p. m., services and benediction.
Rev, George S. Bell, Pastor.
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8.00 p. m.
2.30 p. m.—Sunday-school. 7.15 p. m.
—Young People’s Christian Endeavoi
Society. Wednesday, Bp. m.—Prayer
meeting. All are cordially invited. .
Rev. G. W. Miller, Pastor.
Preaching at 11 a. tn. and 8.00 p. m
2.30 p. m.—Sunday-school. Wednes
day. 8 p. m.—Prayer-meeting. AU are
cordially invited.
Rev. T. E. Peters, Pastor.
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8.00 p m.
3.30 p. m.—Sunday-school. 7,30 p. m.
—Epworth League. Wednesday, 8 p.
m.—Prayer-meeting. All are cordially
Rev. J. A. Weishaar, pastor.
Preaching at ll a. m. and 8.00 p. m.
10.00 a. m—Sunday-school.
Rev. R. Bradley Jones, Pastor.
Preaching at it a. m. and B.oop. m.
Class Meeting at 10.00 a. m. Sunday
School at 2.30 p. m. Epworih League
at 730 p- m. Tuesdays. 8.00 p. m,—
Class Meeting. Thursdays, 8.00 p. m.—
Prayer Meeting. All are welcome.
Preaching at 11 a. m. and B.oop. m.
2.30 p. m. —Sunday-school.
Rev. Alex. Dennis, Pastor.
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
4 p. m.—Sunday-school. 4 p. m.—
Epworth League.
Rev. M. W. Travers, D. D., Pastor.
Preaching at it a. m. and 8 p. m.
2.30 p. m.—Sunday-school. 3.30p.m.
Young People’s Christian Endeavor So
Lieut. Lyles 111.
L : ru*. D. C. Lylea is seriously ill a
the United States General Hospital at
Washington, suffering from a cancer,
and his physicians have pronounced the
illness critical.
This news comes as a shock to Lient.
Lyles many friends here. He is a young
man ot strong character and baa won
fame in bis short military career. He
was recently promoted to First Lieute
nant. He is a graduate of St. John’s
Collegr. and served in tbe volunteer
army in the Spaoish-Ametican War. He
was later appointed to the regular army
and has served with honor to his country,
his State and bis county, Anne Arundel.
Important Order.
At last meeting of tbe outgoing Board
Tuesday night, the following order, offer
ed by Alderman Henkel, and omitted
in repcri was adopted : ’
Ordered, That three new Corey fire
plugs be purchased and placed respect
ively as follows: one at the corner of
Maryland Avenue and Prince George
street, Oie opposite Sf. Mary’s Catholic
Church on Gloucester street, and one on
West street, extended, opposite the resi
dence of James M. Muntoe. These plugs
ate to be placed under the supt rvision
ot tbe Fire Marshal.
Special train leave Baltimore at 10.00
p. tn. July 21st.
Shellman B. Brown.
jiß 3* G. F. &T. A.
TtW .1 44 My mother was troubled with con
lYi Clth&r sumption for many years. At last
she was given up to die. Then she
tried Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral, and was speedily cured.”—
D. R Jolly. Atoca. N. Y. j.c.S&S:ISSAmm.
li ifnsif
And Its Recent Purchaser A
Sketch of Aaron L.
As briefly stated in tbe Capital, the
large block of property fronting about
sixty-five feet on Main street and fifty
six feet on Market Space, and embracing
four storerooms and a dwelling, was sold
at public auciion on Thursday to Mr.
Aston L. Goodman for >9.650 00.
For several reasons speculation ran
high as to the possible purchaser or pur
chasers, and the sum total the noted
Sands'estate would realise. Reports were
current that a number ot Baltimore mer
chants and brewers were negotiating for
the estate and their fabulous offers were
warmly discussed. The sale, therefore,
took on a very interesting aspect, and
the attendance of interested and disinter
ested business and professional men was
quite large and representative.
The bidding at first seemed slow, but
soon it became lively and animated,when
finally the entire property was sold for
the snug little sum. as staled, to the
highest bidder—Mr. Goodman. So much
for the purchase. Now tor a brief sketch
of tbe successful purbhaser.
Mr. Aaron L. Goodman, who is now
coming along toward his thirtieth mile
stone, is the. son of Mr. and Mrs. H.
Goodman, of this city. In his youth he
was a student in theology and preparing
for the ministry, when an instinct and
inclination for the business world asserted
itself and he entered in the now large
business of his brother, Abram Good
man, in Laurel, Del. He remained there
until the tall ot 1895 when, coming here
on a visit to bis parents, he located in
business at the corner of Market Space
and Cornhill street, where he established
a reputation for integrity and enterprise.
At first struggling, due to rather modest
means and bard times, but finally re
warded with success for endurance, toil
and reliability. Mr. Goodman bas been
doing business at tbe same stand for
neatly eight years, but his business has
developed to such proportions that the
once large and commodious store-room
is now utterly inadequate for the conduct
of his extensive business.
Mr- Goodman's ultimate plans are to
erect on tbe site be purchased a modern
r xtensive building for the conduct of a
first class up-to-date department store,
that will complete the already impressive
business square in the "Broadway” of
Atinapolis. It is worthy to note, by the
way, that Mr. Goodman is a believer of
the believers in the value of advertising,
and attributes part ot bis success to com
municating with the people (trough tbe
columns ol tbe locsl press. adv.
Democratic Primaries.
Pursuant to call of tbe Democratic
State Central Committee Democratic
primaries are being beld in tbe several
districts of Anne Arundel county today.
The polls will be held ss follows :
The polls will be held in the following
First District—At Birdsvilio.
Second District, First -Precinct—At
Hcaond District, 2nd l'recinct- At
Chesterfield Polling House.
Third District, Ist Precinct—At Water
Third District,’ 2nd Precinct—At
Grange Hall.
Fourth District—At (Menton, old
Polling House.
Fifth District, Ist Precinct—At Brook
lyn Lockup.
Fifth District, 2nd Precinct —At Har
•Fifth Disirict, 3rd Precinct —At Curtis
Bay Lockup.
Sixth District, Aunapolis—At the As
sembly Rooms.
Eighth District, lst^Preciuct —At Poll
ing House.
Eighth District, 2nd Precinct—At
Polling House.
The polls shall be opened at 3 o’clock
P. M. and closed at 0 o’clock P. M., ex
cept m the Fifth District where they
shall be opened at 5 o’clock P. M. and
closed at 8 o’clock P. M.,aud in the Sixth
(Annapolis) District the polls shall be
opened at 8 o’clock P. M. and closed at
10 o’clock P. M. 111 those Districts where
there is no contest the delegates may be
elected by acclamation.
In some of tbe district?, notably the
ist,4*h and sth, there will be hot contest.
Foot Ball Schedule.
The following is the schedule of foot
ball games to be played tbe coming sea
son by the Naval Academy foot-ball
October 10— University of Virginia.
October 14— Gallaudet College.
October 17 —Dickinson College.
October 21— Baltimore Medical College
Octobei 24 —Lafayette College.
October 2B -Georgetown University.
October 31 —Pennsylvania State Col
November 4 New York Naval Militia.
November 7— Washington and Jeffer
son College.
November 14 —Buck cell College. .
November 21 —Virginia Polytechnic
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Contract Awarded.
The street committee of tbe old Board,
James D Feldmeyer, chairman, have
awarded tbe contract for laying the sew
er on CornbiU and Cathedral streets bas
to Charles A. Howard and Company
Co. Tbe amount to be paid is 4$ cts. per
loot for tbe Cornhill street sewer and
cents per foot for the Catbedral
s reel sewer.
Quietly Married.
Miss Al ee Whitworth and Mr. Ferdi
nand Stetser, both of Baltimore, were
quietly married here on Wednesd y by
tbe Rev. George S. Bell, pastor of tbe
Presbyterian Church.

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