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FOB GOOD RtbULfS-ADVERTISE IN THE CAPITAL
THfc EVENING CAPITAL AND MARYLAND GAZETTE, ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND, OCTOBER Is. *917.
CUMBERLAND VALLEY
INSTITUTE IN PENNSYLVANIA
A Visit Reviewed By Memories—A
School Whr>se Alumni Cannot
Be Excelled For Industry
And Fidelity.
Written for The Evening Capital by
Ur. rilhii S. Kile,.
PART 1.
It was my good fortune in my early
teens'to attend the Cumberland Val
ley Institute, at Mechanicsburg, in the
fertile and beautiful Cumberland Val
ley of Pennsylvania. This summer 1
bad the pleasure of spending two
days in this famous section of “the
Keystone State."
visit revived memories of the
residence in* it. This Academy that 1
attended has passed into the regions
of the obsolete, but its memories, one
prof,e. -or and a few scholars now re
main to love its name and associa
tions. The teacher who is still with s
us is Alexander Hamilton Ege, A.8.,
of hiekiuson College, 'and now look
ing eighty years in the face, and is as
alert in mind as when he taught us
German and Latin in the morning
hour of school before breakfast. He *
lives at Mechanicsburg. and is in, with
Ms vigorous pen. every civic fight for
advancement in methods and morals 1
that arise in that community. On the
prohibition issue his quill has a dia- ‘
1 mond point, and it is refreshing to
read his heric arguments in favor of
the righteous cause and in arraign-'
m*nt of the liquor traffic.
That Academy was a very exacting
school. Its scholars could not be ex
celled for industry and fidelity to the 1
work of the seminary. We rose at 5.30
A. M„ and after reading of Scriptures ‘
and prayers, we began with the sched
ule of studies for the day at 6 At’
7 A. M. breakfast was served, apd at *
9 school opened again. Dinner aU
noon, and school again at 2, until 5
P M. Supper was then furnished, •
and after that the scholars were per- 1
niitted to go into the town and remain
until 7 P. M., when school began again'
and continued until 9 P. M. Then
came evening prayers, and the rest
period for one hour* when the bell •
rang for us to retire, and the Master
called down the corridors “All lights
out," to awaken us at 5.30 A. M. with 1
the ringing of the bell, and the
sonorous sounds of “Up! Up! l T p!”
There was no lagging in the roll- j
call. Time was saved by omitting
first and sur-names, and giving each .
scholar a numerical designation. So
the morning roll-call went off as
quick as the Professor could enum-,
erate. There is still the picture in
my mind of that morning when my
younger brother, scrurrying down
stairs and dressing as he came, was
just getting in his coat, as he reached
the open door of the school room and
had only time to poke hi? head in the
. door, with his body still in the hall,
electrified the school by calling out
as the professor said “Fifteen,”
“Here!”
Those mornings before- breakfast
were never delightful. The fires were
low. and the lights weren't perfect,
lut there was no lifting of the brakes
in instruction That had to go on.
even if the snow lay a foot deep out
side and the cold moon looked calmly
at the coming day. With me it was
impossible for my loyal American
tongue to twist itself into pronounc
ing the “nicht” of that hissing and
gutteral language. One morning
after several vain endeavors to turn
the corners of this insinuating word
with my disobedient tongue, the ex
asperated professor doubled up his
fist and made a pass at me. which
jovial thrust I quiet easily dodged,
as it was intended I should. He had
made, however, a signal of his in
tense disgust at my inability to mas
ter the pronunciation.
We marched to church in military
order and return the same way.
these were happy days at “C. V. 1.,” as
we fondly called our school. Our
teachers were our companions on our
walks. They were our congenial
friends and our playmates. We all
ate at the same table and all of us
did our part in disposing of the 500
buckwheat cakes at breakfast; plate
size, that it took for the less than 35
wlib sat at the ample board.
We played baseball. Think of
those halcyon days for novices when
a first bound catch would put the bat
ter out. and when a foul ball would
take .the strikes off the batter, and he
would begin again with a clean sheet
to make a hit.
Our literary societies were open in
stitutions. They played fair. The
chief business was to have an enter
tainment every other Friday evening
ii. turn. There were plays, music and
declamations, for what else could be
but eloquence and orations in liter
ary organizations that existed under
the name of the Ciceronia and
Dcmosthenian Societies. The town
people came up and the town boys
took part and there was an evening of
delight and enjoyment. On red let
ter days in the calendar of our school
year, both societies would unite to
j make the program. On one occasion
one of the societies did so well that
j the pleased head of the school declar
ed “He would be satisfied if the whole
j school did as well as the one society
l ad done that particular night.”
That union program never took
, place in its entirely. The bugle
blast of war came, the rio in Balti
more followed, the railroad was torn
up between Harrisburg, and ray
| parents came up and took my brother
- and myself back home byway of j
■ Hagerstown.
There lire some that will be remem-
I bered in this section who attended
iC. V. I about this period: John F I
Williams, Elijah Williams, Cyrus N. J
1 Joyce. Luther F.. and Wesley H. Col
ton. Joseph Franklin. James Bates,
j James and Charley Webb and Rich
i ard Ridgelv Riley. All of these save
I rne have joined the great majority.
(To be continued.)
Marriage is a poor eyeopener for
those who are blinded by jealousy.
WAR EMBLEMS
FOR BOV SCOUTS
Will Be '’Presented Tonight To Six An
napolis Lads At State
Armory.
War emblems, awarded by tttfc
Treasury Department of the United
States, and recommended by the
President, will be presented tonight
at 7.30 to the Boy Scouts of Annapo
lis at the Bladen street armory.
The awards w r ere won by the fol
lowing Boy Scouts:
Lee Kalniey
Leslie Basil
Jack Greenslade
Mershon Garrison
Jack Griffin
Frank Ramsay.
All boys selling ten or more sub
scriptions to the First Liberty Loan
are awarded a War Emblem.
Of the Annapolis Scouts , Jack
Greenslade sold the highest number.
16, representing some SII,OOO.
The medals will be presented to
night by Postmaster T. J. Linthieum
on behalf of the Treasury Depart
ment, to six Scouts of the Second
Troop.
Col. Harrt? J. Hopkins will be pres
ent and will give a talk on the Sec
edn Liberty Loan, which drive for the
Boy Scouts begins here October 20 to
25, inclusive.
SECOND OF SERIES OF
RECEPTIONS AT SUPTDT’S.
Many Callers Enjoy Hospitality 0}
(apt And Mrs. Eberle
The second of the series of Wednes
day afternoon receptions to be held
until Christmas at the home of the
Superintendent at the Naval Acad
emy, was a brilliant success yester
day afternoon.
Captain and Mrs. Eberle received
from 4 to 6, and greeted a large num
ber of callers. The rooms were at
tractively decorated with flowers and
plants from the Superintendent's
greenhouses.
In the dining-room Mrs. Eberle was
assisted at the table by Mrs. Mc-
Cormick, wife of Medical Director
x\. M. D. McCormick, U. S. N., and
Mrs. Edward Lloyd, wife of Com
mander Lloyd, U. S. N., and a bevy of
young girls from the Naval Academy
and Annapolis.
PETIT JURY EXCUSED
UNTIL MONDAY MORNING
No Case* Set For Trial Today Or To
morrow So Court Takes a ~
Brief Respite.
Owing to the fact that no cases
were set for trial before a jury today,
the panel of petit jurors of the Circuit
Court were discharged immediately
after the convening of Court this
morning until Monday morning. An
additional reason for this action was
furnished by the fact that the memo
rial services out of respect to the late
Judge Janies It. Brashears are to be
held In the Court room at 2 o’clock to
morrow afternoon.
While the Court remained idle
again today, the grand jurors contin
ued their investigations, and the mem
bers of the inquest also will sit again
tomorrow.
IT HAS STRUCK TOWN
THOSE BARF ELFGIES
Women Wearing Hose A La Scotch
Kilties.
The bare-legged fashion for women
has struck Annapolis. Baltimore
papers noted for the first time on
Sunday last the appearance of four
females of that city wear short skirts
and half hose with bare skin exposed.
Baltimore was shocked and Annapo
lis has been given a similar shock.
Yesterday a woman wearing a gjreen
skirt, white shirtwaist, yellow shoes
and white socks (half hose) with
black cords running perpendicularly
through them, passed Jones & Frank
lin’s store on Main street, going to
wart Conduit street. Her bare flesh
above the short stockings caused
many pedestrians to stop, look and
listen. She was the cynosure of all
eyes
.An old darky man who gazed at her
bare limbs stood aghast and exclaim
ed: “Fer de Lawd's sake! Ise gwine
unto eighty-fo’, but neber hab I befo’
seed a spectable white lady showin*
her bare legs on de streets. What am
wese a-comin’ to?”
On Sunday another “female” (wo
man) was seen on the streets. Church
Circle and West street, with bare skin
above the short hose. Men in towrn
have had their tongue wagging ever
since this expose, and they wonder
if the women are really crazy or have
escaped from the red light district of
some near-by city.
Anne Arundel Official Fined.
Oden B. Duckett. Register of Wills
of Anne Arundel County, was fined
SSO and costs by Justice Ranft in the
Southern Police Station yesterday
afternoon on the charge of operating
his automobile while under the influ
ence of liquor. Duckett was arrested :
at Camden and HanoYgr streets, Balti
more, by Patrolman McQuay, of the
Southern District of that city.—Balti
more Sun.
For Soldiers’ Welfare.
Senator Frank M. Duvall has called
a meeting at 8 o'clock this evening in
the Court of Appeals Building of the
Committee on Soldiers and Sailors’ !
Welfare.
The Board of Directors of the An
napolis Y. M. C. A. (which still exists
hut has no building) has voted a gen
erous sum of several hundred dollars
to help in this work.
Mayor Strange Indisposed.
Although he is able to be about and
attending to his business duties,
Mayor James F. Strange is suffering
of an attack of neuritis for the past
two weeks. The affliction is in the
right arm, and the City Executive has
been taking the* “violet rays” treat
ment daily at the Emergency Hos
pital.
COUNTY PEOPLE BUY
LIBERTY LOAN BONDS j
! Patriotism And Enthusiasm Shown At J
A Mctlisg At Galesville
Last Night.
Enthusiasm ran high among the
farmers of the West River section of
the county at a “Liberty Loan Meet
ing" held last night in the Republic j
Hall at Galesville. And as a result |
of the energetic efforts of those who |
conducted the meeting, a total of 2. ■
persons subscribed to the Liberty j
Bonds, and thereby gave an example ,
of their patriotic spirit in helping the j
nation in the great world war.
The bonds which those who attended
the meeting pledged themselves to j
buy, were mostly in small amounts. |
although they ranged from the small- j
cat, SSO. to SI,OOO. The speakers at the j
meeting were Judge Robert Moss, Mr. j
James M. Munroe, Mr. George T. Mel- ■
vin and Mr. Irvin C. Griggs, the lat- j
ter two being President and Treas- j
urer, respectively, of the Annapolis j
Ranking and Trust Company, and the
remarks of all were very effective j
and moved those in the audience to j
open the purse strings and contribute
their dollars to the temporary needs
of Uncle Sam. m
Mr. Robert Murray, of Cumberstone,
was the presiding official of the meet
ing. and the vice presidents were
Messrs. Joseph R. Bean and Alfred
Michaelson.
Col. Harry J. Hopkins, President of
the Farmers National Bank, of this
city, was expected to attend the meet
ing and deliver an address, but was
prevented by reason of a business J
engagement In Baltimore A letter j
from him expressing regret over his
inability to attend, but setting fgrth
his hearty indorsement of the Lib
erty Loan, and stating that the pur
chase of the bonds is a sound and
profitable investment of one’s money,
in addition to the patriotic spirit
shown thereby, was read before the
meeting by Judge Moss.
MARYLAND SOLDIERS AT
ANNISTON ARE “BROKE.’’
Troops At Camp McClellan Fail To
Get Their Pay For September.
And Are Without Smokes.
Maryland soldiers looked forward
to a gala day today when Major-Gen
eral William P. Duvdll, commander of
the Department of the Southeast,
j visits Camp McClellan at Anniston,
Ala. Drills have been suspended and
General Duvall will review the troops
and cantonments.
Considerable discontent is mani
fested hmong the Maryland boys over
the delay in receiving September’s
pay. They are complaining of being
“flat broke,” and many of the men
haven’t even the price nf the “mak
ins.”
Brigadier General Gaither's brigade
is making elaborate preparations for
its part in the celebration to be held
next Wednesday in honor of the~Lib
ertv Loan closing and the dedication
of the new SIO,OOO athletic field. One
of the big features of the athletic
program will be a boxing exhibition
by Hamilton “Spike” Webb, formerly
director of athletics at the West Park
recreation centre in Baltimore. He
will take on all comers, and as some
of the soldiers v in other units claim ]
to be past masters at the fistic game
some interesting contests should de
velop.
ALL AT MEADE BY OCT. 30
Last. Of State’s Quota On First Draft
Expected By That Time.
The last of the State’s quota of the
first draft call are expected to be at
Camp Meade by October 30.
Adjutant General Warfield has made
arrangements to send the balance* of
the white seuected men on October
28 and the colored draftees on Octo
ber 27, 29 and 30.
There are approximately 1,500
white men still to be sent, while the
colored ones of the State aggregate
j;bout 2.000. No colored draftees have
so far been sent from Maryland.
Arrested For Violating The
Liquor Laws Of County
Charged with violating the liquor
lpws of the county by selling in local
option territory, Elias Weedon, of
Rock Creek, in the Third District, was
arrested late last night and is now
confined in the county jail on Calvert
street. State’s Attorney Nicholas H.
Green and Sheriff John R. Sullivan
were notified early in the evening, and
Patrolman James E. Lowman. of the
City Police Force, whs deputized to
make the trip to Rock Creek and take
the man into custody. It is under
stood that Weedon has been engaged
in violating the liquor laws for some
time.
W O M E N’S
Fashionable Display
BEAUTIFUL Sis AND STUN
NING COATS
IN ALL THE NEWEST SHADES
SIZES FROM Ifi MISSES TO 50
WHEN A CUSTOMER BUYS HERE
I .ONCE, THEY ALWAYS BUY..
HEHE.BECAUSE THEY KNOW .
OUR PRICES. ARE .MUCH
LOWER THAN ELSE
WHERE.
WE HANDLE SAMPLES ONLY
NO TWO ALIKE
Notice:—Mr. Strauss is leaving for
New York Monday, October 22nd, and
after that day will have an entirely
new assortment of SUITS and COATS
“THE FASHION”
STRAUSS BROS,
55 Maryland Avenne—Phone 3*7.
MRS SCHOFF IN BALTIMORE
Will Speak Here Tomorrow Night.
Mr?. Frederic Schoff, of Phi I add- i
phi, the president of the National I
Congress of Mother?, who is to speak
here tomorrow, Friday evening, at j
the State House on “Reneatian fir
Sailor* and Soldier#’’ will be th • guest
of honor and the principal sposi r at ;
a large rtcepiion this evening at riotfi
Emerson, Baltimore, to which the cffi
cer? and chairmen of comm toes of
the loc 1 branch have received curds.
Mrs. Schoff will nrrivi in Baltimore
late this afternoon from a laige recep
tion which will be given this afternoon
from 3to 6 in Philadelphia far the
Soldiers and Sailor* in that city, md
this is ere of the many social affairs
which the women or the yua*er City
have givt-n for the military men
nil ij;-..off’s address in this city
tomorrow evening will be full of in
spiration srd of htltful suggestion to
tin se who arc planning some definite
form of n spitality and recresti n for
the Sell r and Soldiers who visit At
napol a curing '.he pern d of the war in
which trw U. S. is engaged.
Tomorrow afternoon, previous to
coming here, Mrs. Schoff will visit
Camp Meade and will look up the
Pennsylvania soldiers, that being her
borne state*. Afttr talking with them
she will be better able to tell of thvir
needs here for the rest room contemp
laud.
RICLPTION ON SATURDAY
AT THE COMMANDANT'S
Captain and Mrs L VI. Nulton Will
Receive Saturday's in October
and November.
Beginning MJtord y, Oetob. r 20th,
the Commandant of Midshipmen and
Mre. Nulton will b- “at horn ’’ on
Saturdays in October nd November,
fr m f*-ur to s>x o’clock.
On Saturday Mrs, NuUon will be
aseisted by the following ladies: Mrs.
Halsey, wife of Lieut. Commander
William K. Halsey, 1). S. N.; Mrs. C.
E. Santh. wife of Lieut-Comdr.
Smith U. S. M. ;Tdrs. Kidd, wife of
LLut. Cemar. 1 C Kidd, U. 8. N and
Miss Kieger, sister of Lieutenant A.
W. Rieger, U. S. N.
PE RSONAL M RATION.
Those Who Pome And Those Who Go
—Onr Floating Population.
Mr. Francis O White, Sr., of In
dian Head, Md., is spending a few
days with the family of Mr m u Mr.
Earle C. White, of Conduit s'reet.
Miss Georgie White, of Indian
Head, Md., is visiting her brother and
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
M White, of West Annapolis.
Mrs. E. Leflior and Miss Clara
Leffler, of Havre de Grace, who have
been visiting Mr. nrd Mrs. Albeit E
Leffler, Murray Hill, have returned
home.
Pdeeting of the War
Library Comrni tee.
A meeting of the At n polls Com
mittee ot the War Library r and has
been ret f r Friday afternoon.
The committee is receiving some
very satisfactory rer ?.s from the
workers. The different ciccles -.mong
which subscription blanks are b ing
circulated have not all reported nut it
may be mentioned that the Depart
ment of English at the Naval Ac >d*my
made a generous contribution, as did
the Department of Languages.
The committee is very anxious to
have kindly undertakers to circulate
subscription list make a report, at
> least a preliminary one, to the treas
urer, Prof. 1. W # Johnson, 55 Frank
lin street, in order to allow the An
napolis Committee to talulat** results
and make a full report to date to the
Countv Director and the State Com
mittee.
Through Mrs. Frank Duvall, S3O.
Little Victim of Automobile
Laid to Rest In Ct dar Bluff
The funeral of little five year-old
Stevens Mitchell, who # was killed by
being run over by a bus of the West
Shore Transit Co ,to k place yest. rday
afternoon. The services were con
ducted by the Rev Edward D. John
son, Rector of St. Anne'p.
Four little boys acted as pallbear
ers, Wayne Csrrick, Alton Welch,
Bernard Gesner and Robert Bean.
Many beautiful flowers were sent
The interment was in Cedar Bluff
cemetery. Funeral Director B. L.
Hcpping in charge of arrangements.
Rummage Sale
On Wednesday „and Thursday No--
vember 7 and 8 the ladies of
St. Anne’s parish will hold the an
nual rummage sale at the parish
house. All rummage is solicited and
may be sent Mias Adele Randall or she
may be notified together with Mrs.
Westbrook, Miss Munford and Miss
Heffenger.
I •
j Hospital Donation Day
Next Saturday, Oct. 27
1 On Saturday, Oetob r 27 the Emer
gency Hospital will observe its annual
, Dona'-ioo Dsy, when gifts of ail kinds
will bo acceptable to the Hospital j
which needs help, at th’s ,
time.
On Sunday, October 28 Hospital ’
Sunday will be observed in all the !
churches of Annapolis and Anne Arun
del county.
A CARD
Denial of a Base Falsehood
The article appearing in the Baiti- !
more Star on Oct. 17th under the cap
tion of G. O. P in trouble in A. A.
county is a base falsehood from begin
ning to finish and <*huld only have be*n
written by, or at the instance of
Rapists ot Morality and Deceni Gov
ernment. Later and full
with ticket ot excellent material will
appear. So vale vale, Falsehood and
Would-be Rapists of Franchise.
(Signed),
GEORGE A. BASIL.
Annapolis, Oct. 18, i9i7. adv.
“ Always Good
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TO-NIGHT
JULIAN EI.TINM
IN THE COUNTESS ll
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I Door* open t 7.00 1' M
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10.30. M.UINEK -\ii
DAV S to B p, v
ADMISSION.
Adults
Children. 12 yrs and u;
Box seatH
Palace The
Every Wednesday a tiv.
photoplay.
“Tho Gray Ghost." Oast. I’li**
Eddie Palo and Harry Oarti
day.
Every Saturday a the r< •
photoplay.
BOWLING Al l
BILLIARD TAB).
Down Stairs for Gem . e;
SPIRELLA CORSE I
Expert Fitting in Vour Own I
Trained Corsetterc.
MISS HEDWIU SOIIA EFI
Telephone 201-m.
office nouns i
NO. tt COHN mil. * 1
ROAR I N G
GOOD BARGAINS!
THIS WEEK.
A large assortment of Bm
Serges, Worsteds, ami <
in Pinch Back Model,
a Patch Pock'
$3.75, $5.00. S7JM> and - - .
Boys’ Mackinaws, dm 1*
Coat with Shawl (’<>ll;-. *
Pockets, and Belt all a
$7.00, Special sl.os.
A large assortment of !;
coats, worth $6.00 la -s i. ,
$3.50 and $.OO.
Men! Buy your Suit- 1
now, all wool Suits, worn ' 1-*
$25.00. Special $12.00 fo -! a.
Overcoats of the newest
15.00 to $20.00. Special s! ( f
Mens’ Khaki Pants, worlli •!. -•
ial sl.lO.
A large selection of Lads
Serge and Poplins Skin ,
latest in Satin Skirts,
Sheered Waists and Gat!mi<
ets. Prices $1.28 to SOJMI.
Just received a large a -.on
LadicY Coats in Plush, V'
Y’elvets, with Shawl Collar
sorted colors, price-.--
SIO.OO and sls.oo.,Them
tionally good values.
Children's Coats- Velvet- Id i
Cloth, In very nobby pa It
$2 to SO.OO.
Ladies’ Shirt Waists, in Sill,
and Crepes de Chine, in th*
designs, prices front $1 dd t.* ;.m.
Bath Robes for Ladle? am
$5.00 to SB.OO.
■* Come and be convinced.
OSCAR SHAiKS’
DEPARTMENT STO f t
37 and 37J£ West St.
I’iiOßC 52 lu A DUMP
I! SIGN PAINTING
ii BAMUELW.BROOKS (JI
~ CUAS. NELSON liliOoK
j >
Painters, Decoracoi
0 and Paper-Hanger-.
<. Relief Decorations for i' $
|i, Halls and Bathrooms-
I D Church Decoration u *|>< >' • '
Freico Pointier
j;; 113CHARLESSfRtf i •
; | Telephone 43#- W. )
Kntiniates Cheerfully i urn |
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Fresh Shucked Oysie.
William M. B :
178 Conduit Street-
YOKK KIVEI4 SALT WATEK
Sold for I>inner Parties, etc., or !>.'
Fresh Fish, Clams and all ' 1 :
Orler Delivered to wy t>“ rl o! \' r
Orders receive prompt alteutu"-
I TEI.ePIIONF. M.n,
Let the CAPITAL do your Jot'
! Ing—Billheads ; Letterheads, E-z
| and Card?, a tpeclaity.

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