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Ml CAPITAL I iter from home. 8 ;;owß you where H 20 *(8. a month 8 I and Gazette—Established 1727. I IV NO. 263 ROAD FROM iAL 10 CAPITAL H —-■ I Rot a “Reckless Waste I te’s Money” As I y Baltimore Cor ■ -cspondent. ANSWERS ATTACK. Vould Enhance Values y for Itself and Would -iore Than Cent to Taxpayer’* Bill. ui'icated.) i March 21, ISH6. <• Evening Capital: neon cailo<l to a -ue of the Balti ■ an unkind and uu ,pon the building of m Capital to Cap igned “Taxpayer" iore. March 12th.” th< plaintiffs in the ■> < '■< i feel it incurn ■Hcr him. If he i t-cord of our case itoads Commission rickless some of his i'f states that the r of about six miles < to Hill’s bridge ’ it a i be road from Sol- I ■ imapolis anil on to i true in part and j There i.- no State I >•' c Marlboro, over a 1 M' 'i, .1 added to the • • uld make about l pb ted road, the eost j P< r last report oi j tammission being) t hrough Upper Marl- j fa is to admit that | :mu Washington by j the Solomon's Island I ‘er than tie ■ shown by the reo- ' • against the State J fir says that it 1 1 ' > waste of the j > uild the road from i lajt, us see: (al .i IT'JG as the nearest j City of Annapolis , tlu the Crothers .•if'! it, as one of the j ] : m e George's county in Anne Arundel ( m evidence in the ( Cnuhers, while rid i the road beyond "This is the obi ' Annapolis to Wash- j II • f built," so that the laid out the road in ( it i. and Governor think it a waste of for. anyone who ( • lieve, that if he had i have built the road and 1 W bridge; td), again i taxpayers of hoth ally visited the Leg* i!f of tliis road did not h -• waste of the State's taxpayers as well as j j numberless peti- j ( : - that have been sent | j ' v< n the Legislature | : !•; taxpayers and , • o mtiev. business men • v ami elsewhere, this ndieate that they ( te of public money; t • -ire that it should : it riot io motive.name fit;, s ol Washington !• ■ > v a splemlio " vategic purposes;(f), murri ss lias already send twenty-five mil poses in ihe United dfos not look much * •te of the people's .■ir.i: 'i ve Mudd ha-' . ft. in Congress for oropriated by the j h to be applied to J .Statt road from Cap j . n corresponding lines doi s not look like 3 any more than it •i> candid ruiiyl that moment the im i State road would ■fsnient basis of the j • - that to take the j . ton mentioned by j Annapolis,the bridge : would cost $220,000 j ’ ”i bridges are to b<‘ j .■itnl t* Capital route, i < :r.. tu why this latter | preferred. .f - another asset - number of tax- George's and Anno —-*■ i i ——mmmm "OMING NEXT MONDAY! t i Talked of Painting in the World— Marvelous J Awe inspiring—Unexplained $ SHADOW OF THE CROSS” ! THE MYSTERY PAINTING ♦ vsEMBLY rooms, BENEFIT EMERGENCY HOSPITAL i HOURSs—2 to 5 Aftrnoonn: 7 to 10 Night* | ♦ ADMISSION, 25 Cents ♦ l£ocmngS|i £<JlnpitnL -F r _'_ -- t . - - i ——, -- . - 11 ■ . | Arundel counties would protestagainst tiie building of this roa/l A groat many of the Prince George's taxpayers have adready reaped the benefit of State road-- in their localities, except our j neighborhood, the Central avenue, and ; ‘his is trying very hard for relief.like ourselves. Surely the former men tioned taxpayers and in Anne Arundel as well, cannot, in all fairness, think these sections of country should not now' be served. Equally unfair is "Taxpayers’6”statement that "the road proposed would be used entirely by pleasure-seeker* and is, therefore, not . necessity.’’ This class of our citi ' ns h?ve ;-.s much right to seek pleas ure over this rop.l. if built, just as much as our critic has over the several roatls running out of Baltimore. But. aside from ali this the paramount im portance of this road as a national de fense for tiie Naval Academy and the state to safeguard it: precious arch ives stored in Annapolis, these should t't'.is the He: 1 of extravagance, and * ■ i pan of th. Legislature to '•onstruct this road. "Taxpayer’ ’again says tne other road, that is. by Hill’s bridge, "is only a matter of a few minutes fur ther'’ to Washington. It is eighteen miles further, and this would make mm h difference to automobiles, ati/i government officials for transporting troops and munitions of war to An napolis. \s to the economic feature of the road, it has been successfully shown by various newspapers, that it would be a blessing to farmers, truek ‘■r* and siiluii-Pmi: !■ and add million.- in land investments by new-comers to both countie; to ay nothing of the beautiful building sites that will be boughi upon the Tank ; of the Severn, and other i iv.-rs in Anne Arundel county. The truth' is. lit is highway, by the enhanced values, would pay for it • If diortly, as it would cost only a cent or so to he ad,led to eneh tax payers’ bill in the State a mere liatr aielle. for the treat good to be derived. *y its construction to both the State and the Nation <’. G MAG RUDER, Chairman. ANNEX FOR HOSPITAL. Bill Introduced Today Provides for Maternity Ward. The erection of an annex to the An napolis Emergency Hospital to he used ;u; a maternity ward, is provided for In a bill introduced in the House today by Delegate Linthicum. chair man of t he Anne Arumlel delegation. The bill carries an appropriation of ten thousand dollars for the construc tion of the annex and its equipment. It i provided in the measure that the annex shall be constructed milder the supervision of a board of directors to be composed of the following: Drs. George Wells, J J. Murphy, .1. Oliver Purvis. Walton H. Hopkins. William S. Welch, W. Clement Claude Frank 11. Thompson, and Harry P> Gantt. Senator Frank M. Duvall.Mavor James F. Strange, former Mayor John DeP. Douw, Dr. George T. Feldme.ver Mr. Robert Moss and Miss Margaret E. Wohlgemuth, superintendent of the hospital and head nurse. A refeshing subject with the most famous dancers in the world as its stars. Contains plenty of action and is replete with good clpsn comedy; all this is seen in the “Whirl of Life” nt Colonial, Wednesday. adv.2tm2l Colonial, Tuesday matinee and night Geraldine Farrar, in “Temptation,” PRESBYTERIAN SUPPER! TUESDAY, MARCH 21st. I\ LECH J.'E ROOM OF CHURCH. Gloucester St. near Cor. of Conduit St. SUPPER 7. .. .25 Cents. Served From 5.30 to BP. M. m;s 3t LINEN SHOWER! For I uursenej Hospital TUESDAY, April 4th, 1916- Tea Served from 4 to 6 and 8 to 10 P. M. i - For s' of Linen Phare in J >v CANTATA! “THE NEW MINISTER” By the Members of Maryland Avenue M. E. Church. Tuesday, March 21st, at 7.30 P. M In Annapolis High School Hall. .Adults, ?5 Cts. Children, 15 Otr i -CARAMELS FOR SALE mist $ ' SNOWY OPENING i :| FOR BASEBALL SEASON j 'iavy Nine to Start Games To morrow-First On Schedule West Virginia Welsleyan Tossers. MIDDIES EXPECT BIG YEAR: West Point Cadets and Prominent Eastern College Teams Will be Seen at Academy. With roofs covered with snow, and! Hi-' ground covered in spots .vith a -.nowy mantle, it scarcely seemed - baseball weather, yet the Navy n wi'.l play its first game tomorrow af ternoon at the Naval Academy, and he gong will be sounded for the open ing of the baseball season. The midshipmen tossers will go up 1 again.-' (lie nine of West Virginia i '.cyan In the initial contest of the I season's schedule. Opening with a j mid-week game instead of on tiie last < Saturday of the month, i s lias been tlie case in former years, the sailor kvls will be among the first of the Eastern teams to get into action. And it prom ises to bo the busiest season In the his tory of the game at the Academy. The schedule contains twenty-eight games, naif a dozen more than lias marked the campaigns of previous y< ur- and it is made more pretentious through the fact that practically all of the big Eastern schools have been given date.- All of the games will be p >el on home grounds, and addition al interest will center in the progres of the middies, because the annual set-to with the rival Most Point Ca detst also is to be staged here, last year ; conte&t having been played at Weat Point. The schedule has been arranged so that three games a week until ihe sea- j son's climax with the West Pointers on May 27. The playing days will be | Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday. G orgetown and the Catholic Unlver- j sity of Washington each has two places on ihe Navy’s schedule. The schedule is as follows: March 22 West Virginia Wesleyan. March 25 University of Pennsyl vania. March 2!t Villaitova. March "0 Maryland Agricultural College. April I—Amherst. April 5 Lafayette April 6- Georgetown. April 8- Williams. April 12- Cornell. April 12 Tufts. April 15- Colgate. April It* Harvard. April 20- Holy Cross. April 22 — Lehigh. April 26 —Trinity. April 27 Fordham. April 2 *.• University of North Car lin:*. May ;: Virginia Military Institute. Gav 4 Agricultural and Mechanical College of North Carolina. May 6 —Bucknell. May 10 -Catholic University. May 11 -FiUsburgh. May 13 Johns Hopkins. May 17 Georgetown. May 18 St. John's College. May 20 —Catholic University. May 21 Mourn St. Joseph's. May 27—West Point The candidates for the team have been doing outdoor work for the last ! ten days, although handicapped to a great extent by the continued cool weather. However .the veterans ol ( last season’s squad are rounding into I form, and some of the new men in the ! fourth class are showing promise Lieut. C. C. Gill, a former Navy stai : who is head coach, and Steve Brodie j the old Oriole, who is chief assistant j are thoroughly satisfied over the pros- , pects of turning out a strong aggro cation this season. Th? principal losses sustained by graduation last summer were Hicks captain and catcher; H. A. Fisher centre field: and Adams, short stop A. E. Smith and Glover, who alterna ted in the left graden. have also grad uated. but there is any number of can didates for the outfield positions. B. J. Rodgers, of Pennsylvania, is captain this year. He plays first base. E. M. Major, of New York, is the manager and he. too. is trying for position. The veterans available are MacFali and BUyigett. pitchers: Calhoun, sec ond base; T. G. Fisher, third base; E J. Moran, right field;Hamilton. Fuller Conoliy, Lehrfeld. Jim rich. P. Harri son. Johnson and IxKnnis, infielders j Kellher, Emrich and Sherwood, out : fielders; Kennedy,Cuddidy and Thorn j hill, pitchers. Lyle, a first-classmai t Is making a big stab to land the back ; stop position. To fill this position j probably will be the biggest job for the i coaches u> contend with. TO HEAR BILLY SUNDAY j I Special Delegation From Annapolis. , It was expected to complete ail j | arrangements today for the specif 1 delegation to go to Baltimore to hear Billy Sunday at the Tabernacle. - > Arrangements, however, have not , ' been completed.and full announcements I ' will be made tomorrow. > - ■ ■ ■— —: ( “The Whirl of Life,” a picture ► thati s highly pleasing and most in- ; ► teresting featuring America’s m st \ ► famous com le, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon * Castle—Colonial, Wednesday. ► adv.2tm2l 1 ► A JSTIJ VJ ARYT .A GAZRTTK ANNAPOLIS >ID„ TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 1916 TO ANNEX ! OR NOT TO ANNEX i hat is the Question Disturbing Baltimore Delegation—A Real Test of Political Strength. BOTH SIDES DETERMINED. Anne Arundel Countv Force* Oniv One More Vote to Land to De feat the Bill. Annexationists and anti-annexation -1 i*ts will, before today is over, go to i the mat in their first real test of nength. The initial light will occur .a the Senate, both sides having about determined to enter their skirmish aiyl test out the others strength. Frank A. Furst, of Baltimore, is *>ack on the scene, making a final ef fort to . bring Governor Harrington around to the Baltimore city view of •he matter. Just what measure of success the big leader from Baltimore i win attain remains to be seen when tie* real test comes some time late this afternoon. •’ho annexationists are claiming that when they blocked an e*ffort of Senator Ogden’s to bring out the Field Ft.rst bill from the Judicial-* < ouimittre with an unfavorable report, they won a victory this morning—how much their victory is worth remains to la* demonstrated. Senator Ogden had moved that the Fit-ld-Furst hill he taken up by the c ommittee but was Defeated. Senator I'avail, of \nm* Arundel, temporarily named to the Judiciary Committee for the consideration of annexation, moved an unfavorable report upon the bill. I I, i> was lost when Senator Norris, of Baltimore, moved that all considera tion o' the measure be postponed until a meeting to be held ut 4 o'clock this afternoon and his substitute for the Duvall motion was carried. Opponents of annexation are still hanking upon ihe House should the Senate''pass an annexation bill with out a referendum. The antis are work in* like Trojans to keep the Republi < : 'iis of the House in line behind a ref erendum proposition, of outlined it> t in U. O. i*. platform of last November. There arc 40 Republicans in the House ind if the live city minority members shou’H stand for straight annexation this would still leave the antis 40 Jte- DUhlicßn votes if the latter should be In hi solidly in line. AddecJ to these would be the six B ’fimore county delegates and the four Anne Arundel, or a total of 51. This would leave the Baltimore-Anne Vrundel county forces only one more von- to land to defeat the bill. How ever, there are no positive assurances that the county minority will stand -olidlj for a referenDum. THEMISSION" Wednesday Nights in St. Anne’s Church ---Second of the Series of Four Mission Sermons and In structions. The nearest approach to a Mission in St. Anne's Church is the series of four Mission Sermons with Instruc tions, being preached, there upon these Wednesday nights. The second of the series is appointed for to-mor row at Bp. m. Evening Prayer will be read at 7 :30, immediately after the first bell is rung for the Mission The preacher is the Rev. Edward Deer ing Evans of St. Luke’s Church, Balti more. Fr. Evans is an exj eriencec Mission preacher and may be induced | to conduct a ten days Mission in An napolis, next year. He began as a j missioner in England and spent sev eral years, at this work in New Zea land He is forceful and logical and tni master of the situation. He conducts the service entirely nimself and from the pulpit; expecting the organist, choir and congregation to respond ac cording to the requirements of thr moment and to cooperate with him The missioner took his conservative congregation somewhat by surprise last Wednesday night by his methods, but he won them’and has very general lv their approval. BILL PASSED TO INCREASE TEACHERS’ SALARIES — Governor’s Signature Makes Bill a Law Today. Two Anno Arundel county bills have now passed both branches of the Gen ; eral Assembly and through receiving the signatures of Governor Harring ton President Campbell, of the Senate | and Speaker Laird .of the House, have become laws. The first of the local bills signed was that put through by Chairman iuthicum, of the local Delegation .pro- I riding for a ten thousand dollar bond is c 'ie to build a school house near Linthicum Heights and Shipley, in the Fifth district. '"ho other bill, signed this morning was that of Senator Duvall’s, provid ing an increase In the salaries of all the public school teachers in Anne Vrundel countv. j Mrs. strange has received a new ! shipment of sport hats which will be | displayed tomorrow adv.2tm2o * Special matinee every afternoon this ! week at Colonial. A* adv.2tm2o i MACBETH DEFINED ~ ’ AS HORAE COWARD Lady Maibeth the Logical—Her Husband Illogical—Women More Logical Than Men. DR. WILKINSON S LECTURE Depicts Shakespeare’s Murky Tragedy and Sinister Flay With Striking Realism •Showing in strong contrast In com parison the character of Macbeth , ml Lady Macbeth; giving an estimate <>f the relative responsibility of ouch for the murder of Duncan; drawing a viv id picture of Macbeth's courage and cowardice aia.l of Lady Macbeth's re volt against he;- womanhood: tolling of the conflict of moral forces of the play. Dr. l'. Wilkinson delivered •another of his delightful lectures in McDowell Hall. St. John's College, last evening. The audience, besides Iteiug largely cuinpased of students of St.Joniy's Col lego, numbered many professors and instructors at the Naval Academy .other literary people and lovers of Shakes peare. The lecturer is no stranger here, and has won many friends and admirers. He is an Englishman, ami speaks v. it Ir marked English manner ism He is magnetic and his love of hi; subject lends inspiration to his aud ience. His descriptive powers .o most realistic. He told of the sinister pla\ ol Mai - both as one of Shakespeare's dark, “murky" tragedies, aho at which iruck superstition hovers. He said it were better not to quote Macbeth to any ac tor or a stage person as they are more snuperstit ious about the quotations than they are about spilling salt or walking under a ladder. No itlicr au thor than Shakespeare has written quite so foreboding a story as Macbeth unless it he Poe. Dr. Wilkinson vividly depicted the scone of the witches about the cauhl ron and quoted their prophetic lines that Macbeth would-be King, thus fix ing bis destiny and mapping out for him bis murderous end. The 1 eturer described the suffering of Duncan a , nothing compared to that of Macbeth. He graphically described Macbeth's nature, not as that of a murderer, but one who revolted agairst suen irubol iea! schemes as planned by Lady Mac beth for ambition’s sake. He con trascD the illogical Macbeth, with his logical wife and tjie lecturer dared to say that men are more illogical than women, and he aid this before the student body of Si. John’s, ton. Dr. Wilkinson told of Macbeth's vacillating mood, shown by his long and frequent soliloquies, and of Lady Macbeth’s resoluteness, and if a thing is to be done “ twere well if it be done quickly." He illustrated that present tears are worse than horrible imagin ings. At the mere mention of chim eras and temptations, Macbeth .vas more ,-ensitive than a woman. Your physical tvpe of manhood, the lec turer sail, may be a moral coward. Each was Macbei.-i. When ho met his wife he was much disturbed. Macbeth was different from llamlei, in that Hamlet feared the life beyond, while Mdcbeth could not grasp the idea of life in another world. Dr. Wilkinson said Lady Macbeth was not a fearless amazon. Not the type of strong-minded, i-oscdute wo man. Had she been, she would not have had that tender love v. hici; Mac beth lavished upon her. This love made him yielD :o her wishes, to ac complish that which stood between aim and ambition. The lecturer described th<* scene between Macbeth aiyl Lady Macbeth when he decides to do the deed, as one of the most skillful ever written by Shakespeare. He noted the cir cunilccution practiced by tu tlt They never mentioned “murder." but spoke of it as “business," “feat," or some other name. Speaking of Macbeth as a murderer. Dr. V ilk in son said he wa* no oiDinary slayer. “Would an ordi nary murderer see daggers in the air’” Pessimism has_ never been given a voice like Macbeth gave it. There is something in his agony of suffering that appeals to us. He represents a hopeless defiance of the moral code. The spectacle he gives at the end of the play is magnificent. Dr. Wilkinson said Lady Macbeth does oat play a subordinate part. She does not show that she suffers, but In 1 the end we know wT*at she went through is even worse than what her husband suffere*. Hers was sup pressed acony, wait h is the worst Kind, and she. in the and, became mad. She was not maDe for a murderess, any more than Macbetn was made for a murderer. The last scene shows how the iron entered into the soul of the real Lady Macbeth. Macbeth die* of natural causes. In Lady Macbeth there was a conflict between nature and ambition.aud nature seems to have the worst ol it, but in the end it con quers She tried to strip herself of her own natural attributes as a wo man. Here tragedy, said the lecturer, in cl sing, is the greatest and the cruelcst of Shakespeare's tragedies. Colonial. Wednesday matinee and night Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Castle in a new thrilling photodrama-romance. “The Whirl of Life.’’ adv.2tir>2l Geraldine Farrar, the famone grand opera star in the extremely tense photodrama ' ‘ Temptation”at Colonial, Tuaaday a*aMe sad Bight. adv.HuitO The Evening Capital.—Estabi ished 1884 COUNTY TAXPAYERS ASSOCIATION ENDORSES | Senator Frank M. Duvall's Bill for Old State Road to Washington. PASSLS RESOLUTION. ihe Taxpayers’ Association Expresses Grateful Appteciation of Duvall’s Bill. the County Taxpayers A -'oeintion strongly endorses Senator Duvall's j bill providing tot the construct ion ot a modern and permanent highway fol- j lowing the line of the old State Road j from Ih-i > to Washington. as shown h> ,j the following resolutions: ‘The Taxpayers' Association fot ! Ai.ne Arundel County aeroby declares j .' introduced in the Legislature of Mary- ; land fot the construction of an ini- t proved high’, ay from Camp Parole in Anne Arundel county, to llhidemd.ur • ; in Prince George couuty "This mad woul/i connect tit* 1 capi- i tal of Maryland, where is Ini at e l the j United State* Naval A uriem. greatest governn • ntal institution . 1 navel edneaion in the world, with the federal capital, and would be a mili tary am! post mini of incalculable ■• a | vantage, linking the Chesapeake Bay, tnc most important waterway of the ronntiy troin a strategic view.with the Navy and War Dej ar tienls and the seat of nations I government. “in the original plan of tin .\lar> land State road system, this route was included ms one of those in the eoun- I lies of Anne Arundel .ml Prim e George’s to be macadamised, but ha been heretofore neglected. It tm provoment win Id ..ami a modern highway to . large ami important s< tlon of our county, i ..Ring from tic* State road connecting AnnapolD tut . Camp Parole to Chesterfield, io and across the Patuxent river into Prince George's, thence in way of that -plea did estate, Bel Air, and thence to the , District of Columbia line. ‘ Laid out urigtnally and adopted by tlie* Legislature of Maryland in as a stage coach road directly collect ing the Maryland capital with the scat of the Federal government, litis route i today one of vital value to the farm cis sold bind owners of the section oi the two countm- it > reverses, and in war. ns in peace, would lie ot itc> >t mabi* value to both state and n;oi n “Tli I a Association view, with 1i \ < y concern the efforts now being m.d< in our State l egislature and in Congrt"; to provi.de for tiie speedy and proper re-construction of the old Stage Ron < inlo a modern and permanent high way, and if is unanimously "Resolved. That the Taxpayers' As sociation. of Anne Arundel County urges upon the Legislature the neem sity and wisdom of promptly passing the bill now before it, requiring the State Rooßs Commission io build tlie said road and making an appropnatior, therefor; and we express cur grateful appreciation of the labors of Senator Frank M Duvall and the Anne Arun del delegation in behalf of the hill. Mr*. Strange will have many new SPORT HATS on display totrmrr w. THE BAPTIST YOUNG PEOPLES UNION —WILL WOLD A— HOT ROAST BEEF SUPPER ! Cot'ege Av*. Baptist Church Tuesday, MaTch 21st, 1916 SUPPER, - • 25 CENTS Ice Creem and Coke f r Sale. 2t-mio ; Second-Hand Clothing, Shoes Would like to buy Ladies’ ami Men’s Second-Hand Clothing, also Shoes. If you have any to sell, please notify MRS. PAI LINE BLOOM, 85 Main St., Ann&poib Md. mls-3w. Phone 47-m wrr:v ttmmmmmrnmmrw n ■imr - n -r NEW GRILL ROOM CARVEL HALL. tKntmnce on King George St. Side). Special Lobsters.Ovsters and all Soa Food. Open t'ntil ; it. Ordm S*nod Outstrip ft Dfhlred. ttanssnwutM twainaawu: •rxiiamwr.tmtanKmßrmg^tmmKtcmtmmt 1 CHAS. WEISS I [i Ann&nolis Oldest and Best Liquor House li 8 MARKET SPACE. :: PHONE 5* j Reliable Goods! Good Values! AND COURTEOUS TREATMENT I HAVE WON FOR US THE | Good Will of Our Customers! i dkt ;sa::::t:;:Rr.aay;::;;::;mm:wKMt THE WKATUtR. • ■ . ..; warauM H a ♦ j 8 I\'cloudy and %HM g mtmmmtwmttmmanitmmmmtmm PBtCB ON B CENI NEW VOTERS POOR CHANCE Annapolis Voters Can’t Get Names On Registration Books it City Officers Do Not Desire. VOTERS MUST SATISFY COUNCIL. if Any Man Cannot Satisfy Registra tion Otticials Selected by t ity Council He Can be Denied Right Io Vofe-*-Other Changes in Law. A pretty poor chance will remain for am new vet. r ot Annapolis to get | tin'll • mime api < tlm registration : li<>ok.s if die city registration oilleers ! happen to desire to keep them oil. i smut.', i.e provision <d u bill intro j due, ! \ Seo.itoi Dm.ill last usght at i the toque ei tin initipal author 1 it ins become a lav 1 lie nil j Ost' I]s 1 Illy desiliod to lake 1 rout t!:< County i iipen isors of Elections i . : • m ilie Mayor, Coun- I rt'llo: am; Vidcnm'ii tile aiqioiul tuelll I of muilieii al registration ot'llc iala and chut me , i ' eleetfotis. However, it has a mom: its other provistoua a list ot quahi--ations oi voter amt those not pm , sing tin . quulilli ,11 mils run | in the rli-cretlon of the registrars he | t fused re istraiion \n among tiie.a provisions uecus sary to the 1 \e c i„e of the llaliehtse in tuunii ipul olei iiot' n one 10 the ‘‘Heel tb.it applii inn for legist ration ah II be ",.ii in rend intelligibly Io tlie sal i '.eiioti of the officer;, of reg istration a 1 a,an ~or eetionli iintlie City (’hail. or < • •• ' |f any mail cannot iiet. lie 1. , 1 1r it ion ot ticia Is sob <1 ei| to the fit 3 Uoucil he ran lie denied tin- right to togfstor. i be provision vei y probably d< sigm d to rcnei!, m sorin' measure, the p'oi i m oi the voter which va up . 1 with the recent decision of tie rnited stat' Supreme Court ktrucking out the (it i Hath " l aw,but <s tm . i!i nwti, can 1 ipplunl to wlilte men ho hav* le than s|(tu worth <d' assessed pi operl y Under th. present law the eitv ng • lstiakm books, which ate different from the ounty voter- ' lists.are in tin cm tivly of the upi t \ •-01 s 1 his pro vtsioi is also repeaii.l ami the hooks given to tin carp of the etty Council under the ra w law Other rhangi in the law 11 u 11,l •■ a ciiatif 1 . t'." ' . ot 1 ppoiutmerit of !t." oi.'s j. ..ini tb data for their sittings. They wouhl, itndeu. its pro visions, be appointed in April Instead of May, and 1 it for registration on the second Monda\ and Tm- day In May. t .tine than the second Monday nn/1 Tuesday in June Don’t fail to see the •‘CHstles” the m< t famou- dan ers in the wo"!d in the great acre, n sure ess “The Whirl of T.ife”-- (Colonial, Wedn eday mti ne an, night. udv.2tm2l I SPECIAL ATTRACTION COLONIAL THEATRE (i-pnrl Feature Mr. and Mrs Vernon Castle . 1N... “The Whirl of Life” - - - - WEDNESDAY, March 22 MATINEE AND NIGHT Admission, :: 10 Cents OYSTER SUPPER MAKVEAM* VVI.M *5 rill KCH. Wednesday X Thursday March >1 PPEH, M ffr.tw.. . 1 lip tiNiml food nupi*er v* ill l* strutl. ml <l2l 1 A. W. SHARPE I Optician Lye t.!'s* K Kilted - Occullst Prc serlptlons Filled -Lenses Duplicated. i.’tt; >1 \|N S I lf Itl.