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THE GREAT HOUSE OF I
Isaac Benesch & Sons
123-125-127 Main St., Annapolis, Md. I
Open Lite Saturday Nights
See What This Co-Operation Means to \ou in the
Matter of Purchasing
I Ho m* five representative values that we have selected from this co
operative ale of Refrigerators. The prices present a strong story of savings: 5
ibout the quality of the Refrigerators there can be no possible doubt, and *
we would esteem it a personal favor if you will do us the honor to come in
and inspect the Refrigerators.
The cases are built of solid oak. or Northern ash; they have double walls, with a ||
heavy sheathing of mineral wool between. This prevents the warm air from entering
and keeps the cold air from coming out, thus saving your ice bills and protecting yo\r
-WntulTa. * %
| Wash Skirts yya j SIS
“oC Qftr&Sl9B! ® UII 1
Newest Models in White and V * ; Big Cut in Ladies Suits. Come y
l an, with pocket, and Lingerie, China Silk Crepe de take your choice ol any Suit
Chine and Tub Silk All in the house, at one-third
pearl button trimmed. colors and sizes. the regular price.
THE GREAT HOUSE OF
Isaac Benesch & Sons
123-125-127 Main Street, Annapolis, Md.
Open Late Saturday Nights
LYRIC
rHBATRI
MAKKfcT SPACt.
Slows me n:aklug R oig ‘tn
oecause thy are np to-dau
and enter talning. If a jo,
yourself while you
STKr IN TO NIGHT
Matinee every Wednesda
and Saturday forth.
Con {K>n good for i admission
THE LATEST AND BEST
IN MOTION PICTURES.
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Admission, Sets
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FRESH CRAB MEAT DAILY
By Pint, Quart or Gallon
William M. Bryan
178 Conduit Street??
Soft Crabs and Crab Meat
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Fresh Fish. Cluu aad all Sea Food
Order* Delivered to Any Part of,the City
TELEPHONE MM
‘‘A Good Clean Show
Always”
1
Ini HLHuL
Home of Quality
| PHOTOPLAYS! i
Clear Flickerless Pictures of
Selected Subjects—.suitable
for all classes —Men, Women
a-.id Children Interesting,
Kntertaining Pictures th*t
tc not strain the eve*
j sc.
Any part of the house
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Continuous Show from 7.00
P M ; Doors open at 6.30.
Special Wednesday and
Friday Matinees, from 3to
5 30 P M.
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Childs & Freeman
j Electrical Contractors
|( *h - Jmi Sho{ —1 7 vj Conduit St.
KHIIKV Rtt lt) <iSf
Advents* In The Capita).
THE EVENING CAPITAL. ANNAPOLIS, ML)., JUNE 21, 191 M
THE FIRST
Excursion
OF THE SEASON
ST. ANNE’S SUNDAY SCHOOL
io iolcSr beach
Wednesday, Jane 30th.
Steamer Leaves at 11 A. M. Sharp.
TICKETS—AduIts, . 50c.
Children under 12 years of age. 25c.
I#’ Ticket* can be procured at T. Kent Green's.
Main St., and Moore's Confectionery, cor. Mary
and Ave. and Prince George Street jlfitd
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PALM BEACH SUIT
MADE-TO-ORDER FOR
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E. PIETRANGELO,
27 Md. Arenoe —Phone 361 y
BALTIMORE OFFICE—6OI UNION TRUST
BLD’G. PHONE—ST PAUL 2919.
Dr. Henry Albert McMains,
OSTEOPATHIST.
Annapolis, Md. —Tteidayi and Fridays
PHONE 435-ib
All calls made at readence* aMS 3a
COUNTIES STIRRED |
BY SUNDAY GAMES.
Old*Fashioned Sabbath is Now in
Danger. Declares Editor of Snow
Hill Messenger.
Echoes of the auto campaigns Dr.
Howard A. Kelly and Dr. \V. W. Da- J,
vis. of the lord's Day Alliance, have
been making through the counties on
Sundays and stirring up the country
people as to the Sunday recreation
movement in Baltimore are beginning
to reach the city through the columns
of the county newspapers.
In the rural communities, with their
peculiar conditions.the "old-fashioned
.Sunday” is regarded with the greatest
veneration, and the Lord's Day Al
liance speakers have convinced these
that dire danger threatens.
For instance, down in Worcester
county, the Snow Hill Messenger, pub
lished in Senator John Walter Smith’s
town, under the caption “Protect the
Sabbath Day." •*ays
“We were surprised to read in the
Baltimore papers that some ministers
of the Gospel and some Sunday-school
teachers were in favor ofSundaj base
ball for Baltimore. If this thing ‘goes'
in Baltimore, it will wind up in the
counties, anil we will have in the end
a Continental Sabbath.with Sunday no
more than any other day.
When the people who profess to
follow the teachings of Christ hold
ideas they vhculd be kicked out of
the ministry and put out of the Sun
day-school. Those who want the
youth of our country to violate the
commands of God to ‘Remember the
Sabath Day- that the desire for play
he gratified, ought ft) remember that it
is greed for money that prevents such
enjoyment.
“The solution of the problem*is a
Friday pay-day in Maryland and a
Saturday half-holiday the Friday
pay-day to enable them to take their
wages and make prepaiations for the
holiday, so the whole family can have
Saturday afterm*on off
“We notice that the men foremost in
the movement for tlie violation of the
Sabath day have foreign names, and
no doubt, they believe in a liberty
that will break down the commands of
the Holy Book, cast our true Ameri
■ lean ideals to the winds,to be followed
by a social condition that will prove
the greatest burden the working man
has ever had to cary.
“Sunday baseball will be followed
i I y other gamer; other games by other
work; other work by all work, and
then the working man will get seven
days’ work, no rest day and six days
pay for seven days* work,
i “Give the people a Saturday half
holiday for their enjoyment and
health and let them keep the Sabbath
day as God has commanded.”—Balti-
I more News, June 14.
St Mary’s to Give Picnic.
The annual picnic of St. Mary's pa
rochial school will be held on Wednes
day. June 23 at the Priests’ Farm on
! the Severn, a beautifully shaded
j grove, with pavilion, in case of rain,
j and admirably adapted for picnic pur
poses.
The children of St. Mary’s will meet
at the school on Duke of Gloucester
street at 8.30 [o’clock, and leave for
I the picnic grounds at 9 o’clock.
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Operated On for Appendicitis.
Mr. Howard Smith, who is a patient
at the Emergency Hospital, suffering
from appendicitis, was operated on
Saturday, and is doing as well as can
j be expected.
Mr. Smith has been suffering from
slight attacks of appendicitis for two
years, and was taken seriously ill
Thursday. The operation was per
formed by Dr. Hopkins.
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High School Students
Who Want to Borrow Books.
AH High School students who wish to
borrow books from the High School,
! must get them tomorrow, TUESDAY
morning June 22 at 9 o’clock, at the
High School.
By Order.
MISS LOUISE LINTHICUM,
1 Principal.
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Longest Day in the Year
Today the First Day of Summer.
Today, June 21 is the first day of
summer, and is the longest day in the
year.
Although there has been some real
summer weather during the last ten
days or two weeks, today is officially
the first summer’s day on the calendar.
o
Hobart Bosworth, in “Buckshot
John” -Colonial,Tuesday. adv.2t.jl2
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Womans Missionary Society
To Close Season Tonight.
The Woman’s Foreign Missionary
Society of the First Methodist Episco
pal Church, will hold its last meeting
of the season tonight at the church.
As this is the last meeting of the sea
son, and a business session a full at
tendance i 9 urged of the membership.
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Dance Tonight at Eastport.
Don't forget the firemen’s dance at
Eastport tonight given by the Or
chestra at Firemen’s Hall. There will
also be a sale of strawberries and
cream.
Good mnsic and a good time for
everybody.
MARRIED.
PUMPHREY—GELHAUS-On Thurs
day June 17, at Annapolis, Md., by
by the Rev. Dr. Joseph P. McComas,
rector of St. Anne’s, ODEN CROM
WELL PUMPHREY, JR., and
MISS REGINA ELIZABETH GEL
HAUS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred L. Gelhaus, ot Annapolis, Md.
BORN.
McCLOY —At Annapolis, Md., June
20, to the wife of Lieut.T. S. McCloy,
U. S. N , a daughter, DOROTHY
ELIZABETH.
(Army and Navy Journal please copy).
PERSONAL MENTION
Those Who Come And Those Who Go
Our Floating Population.
Miss Fannie Tale lias returned from
a visit to Baltimore.
Mrs. Skipper, of Baltimore, is visit
ing her son. Mr Albert Crandal, Con
duit street.
Miss Georgie White, of Indian Head,
is visiting her brother and sister-in
law. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Marburv
White, at Ann-Marr, West Annapolis.
Thomas G. Griffin, the young son of
Commodore and Mrs Thomas D. Grif
fin, has returned the Tome
School at Port Deposit for the sum
mer vacation.
Mrs. Harry Janton ot New York, is
visiting her mother, Mrs. Sweet. West
street
Miss Grate King, of Ohio, sister of
Prof. W. J. King, who has been on an
extended visit here, has returned to
her home.
Mr. Richard W Miller, son of Mr
and Mrs. W E. Miller. Prince George
street.aitended the dance given by the
Eastern Female High School, iu Balti
more.
Ensign Charles Gladden, 11.l 1 . S. N..
and Mrs. Gladden. lia>e been visit
ing Mis. Gladden’* sisiters. Mrs. Annie
G. Mun roe and Miss Girault, on
Duke of Gloucester strei. Ensign and
Mrs. Glader. will leave for Newport, R.
1., where he wil join his ship.
Prof. W. J. Kiug, instructor iu the
Department of English at the Naval
Academy, who recently left for the
summer vac anon with his family for
his home in Ohio, will be joined later
by Mrs. Kings parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles G Febhneyer. who, with Prof,
and Mrs. King.will attend the Panama
Exposition at San Francisco.
Prof. 11. L. Rice, of the- Depart
ment of Mathematics. Naval Academy,
and Mrs. Rice and their daughters.
Miss Alice, and Miss Miriam Rice.left
today for Elgin, 111., where the young
ladies will spend the summer, their
parents traveling farther West and
Northwest to visit Portland ami Scat
tie. The two sons of Prof, and Mrs.
Rice will spend the summer with
friends on a farm in this county.
Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Van Ness have
as the*r guest at their h>me in the
Green Spring Valley, Baltimore coun
ty, Miss Nancy L. Walton, of this ;
city,who will remain during the week, j
Mr. and Mrs. Van Ness and Miss Wal- i
ton were among the guests at the j
luncheon given yesterday by Mr. and |
Mrs. Edwin P. Baugh, at Uchllyn-on- |
Severn, their home near Annapolis.
Prof. Cobb, formerly of the English
department of St. John’s College, who
recently’resigned to accept a better
position with a large preparatory
school in Ashville, N. C., left Annapo
is today. Prof. Cobb has made many
friends here, and his leave-taking is
deeply regretted.
REGISTERS ANOTHER COMPLAINT
ABOUT THE COUNTY HOME. I
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A Woman Visitor Finds Fault With '
Existing Conditions.
(Communicated.)
Mr. Editor:
At South river stands a beautiful
old colonial home. Yes, “beautiful.”
for the keeper and his family. But
oh. the poor old man in the end “cell"
on the right in the basement,bent with
rheumatism, infirm with age, and in
a room so damp water stands on
he walls
Why cannot these old men have a
room upstairs'’ Let them have the
best the county provides,not the keep
er and his family. Give the inmates
the comforts which that home pro
vides. Cross the heautiiful grounds;
see the poor colored folks in their
‘home.’’ The flies are eating them.
Not a screen. Belle Chase and an
other woman sleep in one small single
bed on the left of the corridor.
See the poor old blind man that puts
two of the colored women to bed at
night!. .Last, hut not least, go in the
next room, (they call it the hospital),
and see the dear old white woman. 1
am sure she is a lady. She has a
clean feather bed under her, but the
spring on the bed touches the floor.
Her husband attends her. He, in his
turn, declares that if things do not get
better,he is going to leave the “Home”
and let the county take charge of her.
That’s a man’s way of looking at
things—run from it—(some of them.)
New beds have been promised, but are
late in coming. Can’t some of the
people of Anne Arundel county give
this old woman a spring for her bed 9
Will not the people see to having the
place screened for the poor souls?
(Signed)
MRS. JOHN PARKINSON,
June 19, 'ls. Eastport, Md.
WOULD VIGOROUSLY^PROTEST.
Against School System—Average
Child Should Get Through Grade
Each Year.
(Communicated.)
June 19, 1915.
The Evening Capita),
Mr. Editor:
Can you tell me the percentage of
scholars that failed this year in ojr
public school. (Grammar).
I have heard it was, as forty
per cent. Is this solf this is so,
then, I desire to protest most vigor
ously against our system which retains
an incompetent staff of teachers.
1 have two children attending school.
Both the average normal child. Both
failed, one of them for the second
time. This means that when the next
school year begins, be will for the
third time enter the same grade.
It is difficult for me to believe that,
with average teaching, any average
boy could not get through a grade in
two years.
Very truly yours,
J. S. DANIELS.
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Marriage License Issued.
The following marriage license was
issued from the Clerk’s office at the
Court House on Saturday :
Jewell-Popham Frank Jewell, 39;
Amy E. Popham, 35; both of Annapo
lis. Applicant, Jo#eph H. Beilis.
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Globe Furniture Con -,y ■
“HOME FURNISHERS” I
Everything For the Hi I
The oniy store in the city cun \ J
tag a complete assortment |
hoth GRA FONOLAS and \ h I
TROLAS and a complete lit ? I
of both Victor and ('oluwi [
RECORDS.
8-10 WEST STREET, - - ANNAh I
"If you don’t buy Glote Gimhls 1
you are not buying the test f
NOTICE! ! I
5 Beginning June 21st, Our Store Will Clost j I
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• KKK 1 V JL O<) i,
|IN OUR HOT WEATHER CLOT! I
Palm Beach Suit I
ARE NO! *LL ALIKE. Wc have them in.
I' up by real Tailors and the Prices are Lown < I
[ those offered at sale prices in tbe larger citi
WILLIAM H. THOMAS C I
143 Main Street, Annapohs, Md I
; JUNE SPECIAL I
FREE—Stylish Silk HAT BANDS with Each H -T
LADIES’ aud tMISSES HATS, pure White and Leghorn, Sp
and Mannish Sailor effect*, values to $1.98, June sperm
HAT BANDS FREE
LADIES’ WAISTS —New Styles, new Materials including ,'u
49c , 69c and 98c. each.
WHITE SKIRTS of Pique, Ratioe and Beach Cloth, nc*.*
rnodeis, pockets and flare bottoms -Choice
CHILDREN’S DRESSES —New Styles in the Summer Mktcrii 1
mg received here every week look them over jq . y
See wb&t you can buy here for . *K/C 10 0 !
Ibuumbierc
Little Department Store—63 W*-g Si
(Directly Opposite Electric Hue Station.)
TO ENLARGE FARMERS’ BANK.
Temporary Quarters Being Erected.
For occupancy during the building
of an addition to the Farmers National !
Bank, the bank officials are having
temporary quarters built.
The contractor for the temporary
quarters which are being built on the
West street side of the bank, is Jas.
Stehle. A Baltimore contractor has
the contract for the permanent addi
tion to the bank.
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Half the joy of motoring, either
for business or for pleasure.comes
from dependable service and Ford
economy, and explains why half
the citr owners today drive Ford
cars. An average cost of 2 cents
a mile for running and mainte
nance.
Barring the unforeseen, each
buyer of a new Ford car at retail
between August, 1914, and August
1915, will receive from S4O to S6O
as share of the Ford Motor Com
pany’s profits.
Touring car $490; Runabout,
$440; Town Car, $690; Coupelet,
$750; Sedan, $975; f. o. b., Detroit
with all equipment.
On display and sale at
MYERS GARAGE
119 Cathedral St —Phone 104
H.5.T
THAT PALM jiEACH SUIT!
We leacb the other fellow—
'Cause WE KNOW HOW
Price 50c. the Sait
Pearl Steam
Laundry
11 Holland St —Phone 46-m
The Laundry With a Reputation.
JOS. HARVEY, Mgr. ml4t ,
THEATRE
il THE STRANGE t.
L*sskk <6 Man*
4 The house ol Parai it 1
| PHOTOPLAYS
b Brady & Sbubert Prm
& Famous Players in Mon
These Pictures h*
secured at a greu
k > the management
solicit liberal patron* -
asms.
TONIC HT
“THE ITALIAN
Doors open 7.00
Continuous p- i<
from 7.15 to u
Matinee Saturday, 2. 5 1
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PLAT WO K
: Bed ond rWe 1
One Dozen Assorted I
(without Spreii 1
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ICE MANUFACTURE
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