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evening Capital
Published Daily Elttpt Sunday.
W'M. M. ABBOTT. .Editor aud Publisher
Mis. EMMA AIIBUTT-GAGE.LocaI Editor
CHARLES B. ABBOTT..Business Manager
KATES OE ADVERTISING.
One square (six lines of Nonpareil),
first insertion, SI.OO. Subsequent inser.
tions, 50 cents. Special rates tuade with
monthly, quarterly and yearly advertisers.
Local notices and political or personal
communications, 2<J <-enls per Hue. Brevier.
Stibi queut insertions, 0 cents per Hue.
THE CAPITAL.
You can Uuvc the EVENING CAPITAL
tnalk-d to you when away from the city
by leaving your name and address at tb
oitteu or either of the bookstores —Only 10
cents a week or 30 cents a month, mailed
to aay address lit the United States and
Canada.
Is in sale ut the bookstores of the city,
wii* rn orders may be left for its delivery
to subscribers at C cents a week, 25 cents
per mouth and $3.00 |*r year.
Entered at Annapolis Postoffice as
Second-Class Matter.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1917.
BREAD.
The kussian revolution began as all
revolutions have begun, with a cry for
bread. The government had allowed
the people to be hungry. Humanity
will nol submit to hunger. Oppres
sion may be accepted, but when the
Motljik Is starved he will light. The
men in the Russian “bread lines” over
threw the government of the Czar.
But, having overthrown the old or
der, they seem at a loss to replace it.
Their experience with the food prob
lem itself pressages disaster. Under
flic rule of the various “committees”
Russia has expended enormous sums
in providing food for the people.
Meantime, the Russian farmer has
been too busy to attend to the raising
of food crops. He has become a de
bater, an orator instead of n producer.
He has spent his time in conferences
nnd committee meetings instead of at
tending to Ills crops.
Popular rule In Russia has resulted
lu the disorganization of the army, tlio
paralyzing of railroad systems and the
creation of crop problems in many,
parts of the country. The Russian
people are about to awake to the fact
that it is necessary for them to dele
gate some powers that they may have
time to attend to their own private
affairs.
The need for food, which caused the
overthrow of the autocracy, may put
an end to the multiplicity of “com
mittees” by which Russia is now gov
erned, nnd cause the establishment of
a real government.
THE ('HELD IN NEED.
If you saw a little child lying on
your doorstep dying of hunger, would
you pass him by and go into your own
abundant meal? Or would you leave
him there because you thought some
one else in your street would prob
ably feed him as much as lie needed?
Or, perhaps, because your husband is
very particular about his food and the
child might require something that ho
wanted and he would be cross? Or,
just because It wasn’t your child, any
way, so why think about it? The idea,
even, of such cold-hearted conduct
would bring a cry of protest from llie
women of the United States.
Yet, that is substantially what many
of you are doing. The fact that the
child Is not actually on your door step
does not alter the principle. Realize
Jiim? Visualize him and all his tiny,
suffering brothers and sister in Bel
gium and Northern France. Realize
also that from America must come the
food for them. Sign the pledge card
of the United States Food Administra
tion and be comforted with the knowl
edge that your thought and self-denial
are helping to feed the babies across
the sea.
THE ( HELD LABOR LAW.
The country is really interested in
the child labor law, recently declared
unconstitutional by Judge Boyd of the
Federal District Court of North Caro
lina. When Congress passed the law,
there were many of the opinion that it
had overstepped itself and had claim
ed for itself powers it did not possess
under the Constitution. A greater
number of people, however, were and
are of the opinion that the Federal
Government must step in and take
charge of some things if there Is go
ing to be any reform along certain
lines. It is said the- North Carolina
judge expedited his hearing of the
case before him and the rendering of
his decision so that the law might
get quickly into the Supreme Court
of the United States and be there fi
nally adjudicated. That decision of
the Court of last resort in this country
is now anxiously awaited by the peo
ple those opposed to the provisions
of the law and those strongly support
ing it.
Maryland woman who killed her
husband was adjudged insane. Any
woman who’d kill a perfectly good
man these times must be insane.
Now if they had only taxed tele
phone conversations over business
lines- -but. what’s the use?
It was not a bad idea to put the tax
on everything into effect on Hallow
E’en night.
Thank heavens we are not taxed for
the air we breath, even if we may be
for the water we drink.
Today is All Saints' Day. but not all
of us are saints, mostly sinners.
Pay your war tax cheerfully and
often.
Good Evening. Mr. War Tax!
THE DEC EMBER CONGRESS. j |
The “regular” session of the sixty
fifth Congress—beginning December 3
—will not be the important session the -
"Avar congress’* happened to be, but
will be more like the sessions to which
we were accustomed prior to the out
break of the war.
It will clean up any fag ends of war i
legislation—if any—and will tackle
variou.; domestic questions the war
congress could not handle.
Que:-lions relating to railroads, coal,
prohibition, will be favorites. The
prohibition amendment to the Consti
tution has passed the Senate and will
come up in the House. Action is also
probable on the woman's suffrage
amendment to the Constitution, while
Department budget* will be met with
in great profusion.
In addition to the foregoing import
ant questions, numberless Congress
men will deliver speeches for home
consumption, so as to prepare for the
following congressional elections.
Have the U-boats been mastered?
From London comes the information
that “the results of the methods adopt
ed in the last month give cause.for
getting confidence.” The language is
somewhat oracular, but would appear
to intimate that some scheme which
had been adopted was bringing results.
As the statement is based on the word
of an official, and as in the past, Brit
ish officials have studiously refused to
speak on the submarine subject, it
may be accepted that something has
been found to very largely minimize
the damage being done by the under-,
sea craft The weekly statement of
I- - would •••in *o v rifv the state
ment quoted above.
Nothing is to be said in commenda
tion of the spirit of the man who re
cently Advertised in a London news
paper: “Loud, second-hand grama
phone, wanted for reprisals ” Many
people, however, not only in London,
but in many other towns the world
over, are only too familiar with the
circumstances which provoked this
vengeful and mistaken determination.
Such circumstances certainly consti
tute one of the things which will
to be “seen to” sooner or later.
Too Much Pfgtiy Stewart
“An Old AnnapolitanY' Lament
(Communicated.)
Dead Editor:—Years ago 1 had an
aunt who would always say when any
thing went wrong, “Just as I .told
you.” I think I have inherited the
saying, for this summer, when all the
Annapolis women were knitting
sweaters and other articles I said,
“yes, knitting and sending them off.
Soon OUR soldiers will need them,,
and there will be none for them.”
“Charity begins at home.” Every
State should care for their own men
first. No doubt it will l>o the same
with “surgical dressings.”
Now, I’d like tc say a word about
the Peggy Stewart. Why not let poor
old Peggy Stewart die out? All
Americans are only too glad to ac
knowledge the good old English blood
they inherit. Many are glad to marry
their daughters to English lords. I
am glad I come from good old Eng
lish ancestry, though I’d be "glader”
to know I descended from the French
when 1 think of the noble and brave
Lafayette, who helped us gain our in
dependence.
It seems to me it’s time to let Peggy
Stewart rest in peace. It’s all past.
\Ye are In friendship with England,
and all fighting together.
People are now weary of hearing
of it. The Peggy Stewart timber
must be most remarkable to last so
long that it furnishes sticks of wood
to light bonfires. It must be tho
growth of the Fairies. Why not let
the poor and needy nave It, for if it
has lasted ever since the Peggy Stew
art dates, It would help to keep them
in fuel till after this sad war is over.
Molly Pitoher did a-brave act in Re
volutionary time, after her husband
was slain, to take bis place at the
cannon. Doubtless it was on a wood
en standard, but we hear nothing of
that wood. It’s only Peggy Stewart
wood.
AN OLD ANNAPOLITAN.
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS as they
cannot reach the seat of the disease,
Catarrh is a local disease, greatly in
fluenced by constitutional conditions,
and in order to cure it you must take
an internal remedy. Hall’s Catarrh
Medicine is taken internally and acts
thru the blood or the mucous surfaces
of the s>3tem. Hall’s Catarrh Medi
cine was prescribed by one of the
best physicians In this country for
years. It is composed of some of tho
best tonics known, combined with
some of the best blood purifiers. The
perfect combination of the ingredients
ia Hall's Catarrh Medicine is what
produces such wonderful results in
catarrhal conditions. Send fortes- 1
timonials, free-
F. J CHENEY, & CO., Props-. Toledo.
[>. AH Druggists, 75c
Hall's Family Pills fv- constipation
SEALED PROPOSALS indorsed “Propo
sals for floating derrick hull’’ will be re
ceived at the lturean of Yards and Docks.
Navy Department. Washington, D. C..
until 11 o’clock a. m.. November 12, 1917,
nnd then and there publicly opened for a
floating derrick hull for the Naval Acad
emy. Annapolis. Md. Drawing aud speci
fication (No. 2G2S> may be obtained on
application to the Bureau. F. K. HAR
RIS, Chief of Bureau, October 25. 1917.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given, that the sub
scriber of Anne Arundel county .has ob
tained from the Orphans’ Court of Anne
Arundel county. In Maryland. letters or
administration on the personal estate of
YV.M. H. WHITTINGTON
late of Anne Arundel county, deceased.
AH persons having claims against the de
ceased. are hereby warned to exhibit the
same with the vouchers thereof, to the
subscriber ,on or before the
6th DAY OF MAY, 1918.
They may otherwise, by law. be excluded
from all benefit of said estate. AH per
sons indebted to said estate are requested
to make immediate payment.
Given under my hand this 30th day of
October. 1917.
WALTER WHITTINGTON,
j Adnu.
,
THE EVENING CAPITAL AND MARYLAND GAZETTE, ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND, NOVEMBER L 191~-
CHARLES F. LEE 1
fj 33 CHI'KC II CIKt LE
REAL ESTATE-INSURANCE.
House* For lirui Collection* Mode, j
Hc-.ey To Len On Kert*.*s-’-
Julian Brewer & Son
(SCHOOL STREET
REAL ESTATE
Furnished and Unfurnished (loose* fo
Rent, Fire,Windstorm, Plate Glass and
Burglary Itisar&nee.
F IRE
INSURANCE
Ou Furniture, Yieirolas, Piano,
Clothing, and all household
articles, at but axnall cost For
rates apply to
B.J. Wiegard
17 STATE CIRCLE.
Phono
FIRE INSURANCE
REAL ESTATE
I LHNISHEI) HOUSES FOR III;NT
NOTARY PUB MIC
ARTHUR B. WHEATLEY, j
No. 5 School St. ni24-<sm j
Lost, Wants- Eor Sals- I'm Beat Etc,
All CJefcalfied Advertisements of 25 words
or less, first Insertion, 23 cents. Bab*e
...quant Insertions, wotefl oent a word
Over 25 word* one eent a word, frs* i* :
section.
MONEY TO LO AN
TO LOAN—I have n fund of SBOO to loon
on first mortgage security. George T.
Melvin Annapolis Md. 029-tf
L O 8 T.
LOST—Silver Pin with green stone. Lost
from Experimental Station to Eastport.
Reward either at Smith's Bakery, or at
Mrs. Seebolun's, Severn Ave., llasrport.
- nl-it
LOST —Lady's gold wrist watch in gray
leather ease. Reward nt Smith's Bakery,
or Palmer's. East-port. nldlt.
LOST—Account book between The Navarre
nod King George street to Ward our.
Howard if returned to E. F. Sunder,
■Sanitary Laundry, Main st. o3i-it
LOST—At the poatqffice or on East street
pair of Eyeglasses in a black case, lie
ward If left nt the office of Carvel Hall.
LOST —Strayed nway from West Annapo
lis a few days ago, a full grown collie
dog. Reward for its return. Phone
SOS-W. 029-3 t.
FOUND.
FOUND —Rowboat. Owner can have same
by proving property and paying for this
advertisement. Apply 113 King George
street. S nl-30t.
IV ANTED.
WANTED —Woman or girl stenographer
and typist for Women’s Council of De
fense. Apply Mrs. Robert B. Daablell,
Secretary, 90 Gloucester street. 030-3 t.
WANTED —To rent two or three furnish id
rooms ,wlti) or without board, by small
refined family. Address “P” Box 097.
WANTED—OId false teeth. Don’t matter 'f
broken. I pay $2.00 to $15.00 per set.
Send by parcel post and receive check by
return mail. L. Maser, 2007 S. Fifth St.,
Philadelphia, I’a. 011-lm
WANTED —Women to sell guaranteed hos
iery to wearer. Salary $lO full time,
25e. an hour spare time. Enormous
Christinas trade. Experience unneces
sary. Guaranteed Mills, Norristown. Pa.
10w-01-ltw
F© F HI?N T.
FOR RENT—Completely and comfortably
furnished front room. Apply 229 West
street. nl-.’U
FOR KENT—Front bedroom furnished.
Apply SI Charles street. ,031-3 t
FOR RENT—7-room House. Apply lit
College Avenue. Mrs. Filling. 031-3 t
FOR RENT —159 Prince George street. 12
rooms, steam heat, electric light. Also
23 East street nnd o>room house at East
port. W. 11. HART, Church Circle.
031-3 t.
FOB KENT—Two furnished rooms. Apply
25 Dean street. 030-3 t
FOR KENT—House 109 Prince George
street. Apply 111 Prince George street.
FOR RENT —Nicely furnished rooms, con
venient. Apply 173 Green street. 02715 t
FOR RENT—No. 12 Randall Street. Ap
ply to Wiuson G. Gott, 11 School St.
’ 020-w
FOB RENT—Five-room Brick House with
all modern improvements, near the Na
val Academy. Kent sls. Apply _220
Prince George Street. ©25-tf
FOR RENT —Large front room, furnished.
Apply 12G Main St. o2fl-lw.
EOF SALE.
FOR SALE —1917 Overland. 5-passenger,
In good condition. Can be seen at Car
vel Ilail Garage. $135. 031-31
FOR SALE—Upright Piano in good con
dition. Mull sell for $35.00 if taken nt
once. Apply 18 Randall street.
FOR SALE—Fine selected oysters, also
standards, shucked fresh dally, by the
pint, quart or gallon. Also In quantities
ou the half-shell. John H. Puckuif.
Burnside St.. Eastport, Telephone 330.
FOR SALE—or Rent—Household furniture.
Phone 834. Q3O-5L
FOR SALE—Young mare. perfectly
sound. In good condition. For particu
lars. address A, Box 597. Annapolis. *
08-tf.
FOR SALE ON RENT—Upright Piano.
Will rent by month. Apply 159 West
street. R. G. Chaney. 10-3-tf
FOR SALE —Single Comb White Leghorn
chickens. Also some Black Minorca*.
Apply at Capital office. s!3-tf
FOR SALE—IC-foot yawl boat, with de
tachable engine, in gobd running order.
Address “H. P. A.,’’ Box 597. Annapolis.
Bi.rtf.
FOR SALE—White Homing Pigeons, ol
and vonng birds, cheap. Address o
call li9 Market Street. rn2l-tf
FOR SALE—A 5 h. p.p Double Cylinder
Knox Marine Engine, in good running
order. Price S3O Including Bhaft and
propeler. Address “V" Box 507, An
napolis. Can Ire seen at Miller’s Rail,
wav Wr-cm*’ Creek. rnltf
IFORRENT.
* Mrs. Todd's furnished house •at 235
Prince George street.
Two furnished bouses at Wahlour.
Apply
CHAS. F. LEE,
- Real Estate,
c Htf 20-22 Church Circle.
"advertise in the capital.
! REPUBLICAN TICKET.
For Comptroller
WILLIAM O. ATWOOD
For Judge, Fifth Judicial Circuit
ROBERT MOSS
l or Sheriff *
WILLIAM H. MEADE
For House of Delegates
THOMAS S. BARROW
FRANK B. BRADY
R. TILGHMAN BRICE
J. FLETCHER BULLEN
For Treasurer
JAMES O. DRURY
For Register of Wills
WILLIAM L. MARCY
i Published by authority.
LOt IS B. lIE.NIxEL. JR.,
Treasurer, Campaign Committee.
} ailv. ois-td.
W. H. MOSS, Auctioneer.
PUBLIC - SALE
, QF y..—.
VALUABLE PROPERTY
Ou Weems Creek, at West Anna polls.
At the request of the owner and by vir-
I rue *of a power of sale contained ui a
i mortgage from Clarence A. Reardiuore and
wife, dated Oct. 13. 1915, • and recorded
I among the Land Records of Anne Arun
! del county, la Lfber G. W.. No. 102, at
folio 241. the undersigned ns Attorney
named therein, will offer at public sale at
the Court House door, Annapolis, on
Wednesday, November 7th. 1917,
AT 13 M„
All that property on the south bank of
Weems Creek and at the cast end of the
bridge, described in said mortgage as Lots
Nos. 0 7.8, 9. 10, 18. tO, 20, 21 and 22 in
Block 27 .on the plat of West Annapolis.
This property has a frontage of li!s feet
ou Rcvcll street and a beautiful water
front on Weems Creek Improved with a
'.IX ROOM FRAME DWELLING. Good
stand for a store and boat supplies.
TERMS OF SALE:—One-ha If the pur
chase money on the ratification of the sale
by the Court .and one-half In six months
from date of sale, with interest. A de
posit of SIOO will be required of the pur
chaser.
DANIEL H. RANDALL,
10-15-td. Attorney Named in Mortgage.
Notice—List of Appointments
Office of the Board of Supervisors of
Elections for Anne Arundel county.:
Annapolis, Md., October Otli, 1917.
At a meeting of the Board of Supervis
ors i>f Elections for Anne Arundel county,
Maryland, held on the date stated In
their office in the Court House, ut Annap
olis, Maryland, the following named men
were selected ns substitute election offi
cials (to till vacancies) ns required by Sec
tion 7. Chapter 202 of Article 33 of the
Code of Public General Laws of Maryland:
THIRD DISTRICT
First Precinct —llarvey E. IJicus, Sev
ern. Glen Burnle, Republican, clerk, vice
Peter L. Schramm, promoted.
October 22nd, 1917.
SECOND DISTRICT.
Third Precinct—Joseph O. 11. Fowler,
(Ren.) Parole, vice J. A. Gary Fowler,
clerk, excused.
THIRD DISTRICT
First Precinct—William E. Johnson, of
It. (Rep.) MHleraville. R. F. 1).. (Elvaton.)
clerk, vice Harvey E. Ulcus, excused.
Annapolis, October 27, 1917.
FIRST DISTRICT
Second Precinct—Walter M. Ilullen,
(Itep.) South River, elerlt, vice J. F. Ilul
len, excused.
WILLIAM H. KULLMAN. President.
WILLIAM N. CRISP.
CHARLES B. HENKEL,
Board of Supervisors of Elections for Anne
Arundel county. Md.
THOMAS O. GOTT. Clerk.
A"N ORDINANCE
To amend Article XLII of the Revised
Code of the City of Annapolis,
title “Water," by adding thereto
one additional section to follow
Section 1, and to he numbered
Section lA.
Section 1. Be it established and or
dained by the Mayor, Counselor and
Aldermen of the City of Annapolis
that Article XLII of the Revised
Code of the City of Annapolis be and
the same is hereby amended by add
ing thereto one additional section to
follow after Section 1 and to be num
bered Section lA, and to read as fol
lows:
Section lA. It shall he unlawful
for any person or persons, agent or
agents, firm or firms, corporation or
corporations, to place or caused to be
placed in any store, dwelling, build
ing or any place whatsoever, within
the limits of tho City of Annapolis
any closet other than an automatic
flush or tank closet of a type to be ap
proved by tho Directors of the An
napolis Water Company after the
10th day of September, 117. Any
person or persons, agent or agents,
firm or firms, corporation or corpora
tions, irytfalling or re-newing any
closet shall first apply to the Anna
polis Water Company for a permit,
describing the closet to be Installed.
The Directors of the Annapolis Wajer
Company are hereby authorized to
withhold their sanction to the in
stallation of such closets not within
the above described class and in the
name of the Mayor, Counselor and
Aldermen of the City of Annapolis to
prosecute all violations of this sec
tion in accordance with the provisions
of Section 3 of this Article.
Section 2. And be it established
and ordained by the authority afore
said that this ordinance shall take
effect from the date of its passage.
Approved September 10, 1917.
JAMES F. STRANGE,
Attest! #
PIIIL E. PORTER. Clerk. __
GEO. W. JONES
Circulating Library
The following books were added to the Li
brary week eudiug October 27th, 1917:
‘-The Secret Witness," ly George Gibbs.
“The Cinema Murder.” by E. Chillii>s
Oppenbeim.
“The Lookout Man,” by it M Bower.
"Anne’s House of Dreams." by L. M.
Montgomery. *
“Webster-Mau'a. Man," by Petty: Kyue.
"The Heart's Kingdom.' by Maria F.
Daviess.
"Green Fancy," by George 15. McCutch
eon.
"The Stingy Receiver.” by Eleanor Ab
bott.
“In Happy Valley,' by John Fox. Jr.
‘‘Calvary Alley,'’ by Alice Began Rice.
NEW BOOKS trta a day-
OLD BOOKS let • 4ay.
LIS! OF CANDIDATES.
aPICF oi-' THE BOARD OF SUPSR
°V 1 SOB S OF KLECTIONSFOUAN N L
ARUNDEL jCOUNTY, MD -
Annapolis. Mil., Oct. 22. 191 ••
the *fol louring list of Candidates whose
tv. tliiefUcs of Nomination have been filed
with or certified to thorn os provided In
Election on said Candidates will be
TiESDAV, NOVEMBER 6. 191?.
Namely i—
( ' XDIWTKS OF THE DEMOCRATIC
PARTY.
For Comptroller of the Treasury of the
state of Maryland:
nrou A. MeMULLEX. Cumberland.
l or Associate Judge of the Fifth Judicial
Circuit of Maryland:
ROBERT MOSS. Annapolis.
lor Member* of the House of Delegate*
<rf Maryland from Anne Arundel Counl>,
Maryland: _
WADE HAMPTON LINTUICT M.
RIDGELY P. MELVIN.
JOHN H. RODGERS.
-CHARLES L. SOLLLY.
lor County Register of Wills of Anne
Arundel County, Maryland:
ODEN B. PICKETT.
For Mu-riff of Vnne Arundel County, Mary
land:
JOSEPH 11. BELLIS.
For County Treasurer of Anne Arundel
County, Maryland:
ALTON* R. ARNOLD.
For Member* of the Board of County Com
mlsslouer* of Anne Arundel County.
. Maryland:
CHARLES C. RASSFOKP.
JOHN O. FItIKDHOFFER.
- HENRY IV MYERS.
JAMES A*. WALTON.
EMMETT M. WEBB.
JOSEPH M. WILKERSON.
PERCY WILLIAMS.
For County Surveyor for Anne Aruudel
County, Maryland:
,T. CARSON IIOUSH.
CANDIDATES OF THE REPUBLICAN
PARTY.
For Comptroller of the Treasury of the
state of Maryland:
WILLIAM O. ATWOOD,
Baltimore City.
For Members of the House of Delegates
of Maryland from Anne Arnndel County,
Maryland:
THOMAS S. BARROW.
FRANK B. BRADY.
R. TILOHMAN BRICE
J. FLETCHER BULLION.
For County Register -of Wills of Anne
Arundel County, Maryland:
WILLIAM L. MARCY.
For sheriff of Anne Arundel County, Mary
land :
WILLIAM 11. MEADE.
lor County Treasurer of Anne Arundel
County, Maryland:
JAMES 0. DRURY.
CANDIDATE OF THE PROHIBITION
PARTY.
For Comptroller of the Treasury of tlio
State of Maryland:
WILLIAM MAGEE, Baltimore.
CANDIDATE OF THE SOCIALIST
PARTY*.
For Comptroller of the Treasury of the
State of Maryland:
WILLIAM A. TOOLE. Baltimore.
CANDIDATE OF THE LABOR PARTY.
For Comptroller of the Treasury of the
Slate of Maryland:
ROBERT IV. STEVENS, Baltimore.
Published by order of the Board.
WILLIAM H. PULLMAN, President.
WILLIAM N. CRISP.
CHARLES B. HENKEL.
* Supervisors of Elections for Anne
Arundel County. Md.
THOMAS O. GOTT, Clerk.
October 22nd, 1917. o3*-td.
Notice of Election.
To the Voters of Anne Arnndel
Connty, Maryland:
Under provisions of Section 14. Chanter
719, Acts of 1914, notice Is hereby given
that an election will be held to elect:
One Comptroller of the Treasury of the
State of Maryland.
One Associate Judge, sth Judicial Circuit
of Maryland.
Four Candidates far Members of the
House of Delegates.
One * Candidate for Sheriff.
One Candidate for County Treasurer.
Seven Candidates for County Commis
sioners. .
One Candidate for Register of Wills.
One Candidate for County Surveyor.
On Tuesday, November Oth, 1917.
Polls will be open for the purpose of re
ceiving votes between the hours of 8 o’elock
a. m., and 0 o'closk p. ni., at the following
places :
FIRST DISTRICT :
First Precinct—Polling House.
Second Precinct —Polling House..
SECOND DISTRICT
First Preeint—Polling nouse, Enstport
Second Prec-lnct —Polling House.
Third Precinct —PolPng House, German
town.
THIRD DISTRICT.
First Pieelnet—Polling House.
Second Precinct —Polling House.
FOURTH DISTRICT.
First Fieelnet—rolling House.
Second Precinct —Polling House.
FIFTH "DISTRICT. %
First Precinct—No. 20 First Street,
Brooklyn.
Second Precinct—rolling House, Shipley
Station. _ ,
Third Pcrcinct—South Baltimore Lockup.
SIXTH DISTRICT.
First Precinct —rolling House-
Second Precinct —Assembly Rooms (first
floor.)
Third Precinct —Polling House on Sec
ond street- _
Fourth Precinct—New Polling House on
Calvert street.
EIGHTH DISTRICT.
First Precinct—Polling House at McKen
dree.
Second Precinct—Polling House.
By order of the Board:
WILLIAM H. BBLLMAN, President.
WILLIAM N*. FRISP,
CHARLES B. HENKEL,
Supervisors of Elections for Anne
Arundel County, Maryland.
THOMAS O. GOTT, Clerk.
October 4, 1917.
Oder Nisi On Auditor’s Account.
James Garfield Brice, et al., vs. Rosa
Duvall, et al.
In the Circuit Court for Anne YrundeJ
County. No. 4177 Eqnity.
Ordered, this sth day of October, 1917,
That the report and account of the audi
tor. filed this dy In the above entitled
case, he ratified and confirmed, unless
cause to the contrary thereof be shown
on or before the
sth Day of November, Next;
Provided, a copy of tUis order be insert
ed in some newspaper published In Anne
Arundel County, once in each of three suc
cessive weeks before the sth day of No
vember, next*.
GEO. WELLS, Clerk.
True Copy. Test:
GEO. WELLS, Clerk. 05-td.
I-et the CAPITAL do your Job Print
ing—Billheade, Letterheads, Envelope*,
an l Cards, a specialty.
Notice of Condemnation.
TV THE M \ttkk of thk cosuessa
“tMW CtttJUS LAND IN ASSK
ABUS I)KL COUSTV. SIAB\ EAKI>
koK ISK B\ THfc* UNITED
ST4TKS FOB lULIIABV
PC&POSKS
In the district Court of the United
1 Stiles for the District of Maryland
I herebv give notice to all ocreoM dl
‘tfv flr 'indirectly interested that a peU
tion filed la the District C- art of the
SUM for the District of Mary
land on July thirtieth, 1917. by the Lni
cd States for the object and purpose of
acaulriag by comlemn*ti|oa for tbe United
r c*i certain land situated in Anue
\ rim del county. State of Maryland, for
Tnlliic and military purposes, in counec
nil the Site, location, construction
or of works for the military
Mary Hu d *tbe being described
?£V r sum
I'&SaSr* fii u s? asv * ■&
road is intersected by the toundarylj°u
between the laud owned >I "lanchara
Randall and the laud owned by T. t-Uuuc
Welsh, and iins.wilug ‘lj i un "J
binding on the south- side of said countj
roiti am? running in a *eueral witer y
direction to the Lane leading
crtuntv routl to the residence or the said T.
Cl Welsh and proceeding thence along
and binding on the east side of said, lane
and running in a general southerly dlrec
tion to a small stream or bramh. and ,
nro, ~- jiLi: thence along and oluaing ou
ti , io' tn line of said stream or branch
and running in a general eaaterly direction
, ..ij.t whore the centre line or ssiu
stream or branch intersects the aforesaid
l < > m!arv line between the land owned by
WtVnehanl Randalll and the and < own*! y
0.. i *r Claude Welsh and proceeuiDg
th nee along and binding on said bound
ary line and running In a generai uorth
eriv direction to the place of beginning,
add land containing in all fourteen acres
n ore or less and being a part of a
tract which was granted
Hu- s-ild T. Claude Welsh by an rutner,
i!y< urgus O, Welsh, by deed anted r)ee*na
l>er I<>, i'.H)S, and recorded among the Land
I'c.ords of Anne Arundel county in Llbtr
■\v\W folio 239, Ac.; the owener of
said i'and"being T. Claude Welsh, Patux
ent. Anise Arundel county. Maryland, an
adult 'f souml mind and not married.
1 fun her give notice to ajl persons In
tereated in said land to come forwardl In
the said District Court of the United
States for the District of Maryland, on or
before the
sth DAY OF JfOVEMBKB. 1917.
a.sd file their objections, if any they have
to the proposed condemnation of said
h ‘ nd ' ARTHUR L. SPAMEK.
Clerk of the District Court of the Unites!
States for the District of Maryland.
J)3l-3in etu ■
AN ORDINANCE
To amend Article XXXVIII of the Re
vised Code of the City of Annapo
lis, title “Streets,” by adding
thereto one additional sec >n, to
follow* Section 19, and to ' num
bered Section 19A.
Section 1. Bo it establ 5 ed and
ordained by the Mayor, ;• unselor
and Aldermen of the City of Annapo
lis that Article XXXVIII of the Re
vised Code of the City of Annapolis
be and the same is hereby amended
by adding thereto one additional sec
tion to follow Section 19 and to be
numbered Section 19A and to read as
follows:
Section 19A. It shall be unlawful
for any person or persons owning or
in charge of any vehicle, automo
bile, wheelbarrow, hand or push cart
to habitually stand the same ou any
portion of the streets of the city for
the purpose of making sales. All
such habitual standing shall he con
sidered an obstruction to the free
passage of the streets. Each and
every person so offending shall be
fined a sum not less than five dollars
or more than twenty dollars, to be
recovered as other fines and penali
ties now are. This section not to ap
ply to the street in the vicinity of the
City Market, called Market Space.
Section 2. And bo is established
and ordained by the authority afore
said. that this ordinance shall take
effect from the date of its passage.
Approved September 10, 1917.
JAMES F. STRANGE,
Attest:
PHIL E. PORTER, Clerk.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given, that the sub
scriber has obtained from the Orphans'
Court of Anne Arundel County, in Mary
land, letters of administration on the per
sonal estate of
HARRY DOUGLASS,
late of Anne Arundel county, deceased. All
persons having claims against the de
ceased, are hereby warned to exhibit the
same with the vouchers, thereof to the
subscriber, on or before
13tli DAY OF FEBRUARY, 1918.
They may otherwise, by law, be excluded
from all benefit of said estate. All per
sons indebted to said estate are requested
to make immediate payment.
Given, under my hand this 7th day of
August, 1917.
JOHN DOUGLASS,
Administrator.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given, that the subscrib
er has obtained from the Orphans’ Court
of Anne Ahonel county. In Maryland, let
ters of administration on the persona?
estate of ”
CORDELIA B. FIIYTHIAN,
late of Anne Arundel county, deceased. All
persons having claims against the -de
based, are herby warned to exhibit the
same with the vouchors thereof, to the sub
scriber ou or before the
ltth DAY OF JANUARY, 1918.
They may otherwise by law, be excluded
from all benefit of said estate. All persons
indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment.
Given under my hand this 10th day of
July. 1917.
CHARLES S. BOOKWALTER.
Admr.
T. Roland Brown,
77-7# MARYLAND AVENUE
MARBLE
GRANITE
Cemetery Work.
Persons needing Cemetery
Work of any kind will find it
to their advantage to call on
me before going elsewhere. I
make a specialty of Cemetery
work.
inspection' Invited. My Work
My Commendation.
MARINE RAILWAY!
IAVE TOUR LAUNCH PAINTED
AND OVERHAULED BY
Sebastine Miller,
WEEMS CREEK
Near Severn River.
B<*AT BriLT, REPAIRED, OVER
'. HAULED, WINTERED, PAINT.
ED, ETC.
Engines Installed and Overhauled
Phone 808-w.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby - " give.,. Thv ~
serlber has obtain*,i from sob.
Court of Anne Arundel tv- , : .
land. Letters of Admlulstr.v'"-' . 'L- r
Lite,” on the personal est • .
HENRY MIMMt.I l;
also known as
HENRY KYIS*.,
late of Anne Arundel tou'-v
All persons having claims
ceased are hereby warm-i f,;" ;
same, with the vouchers t - .
subscriber, ou or before the" 1 *” 1 <U
SSrd DAY OF APRiI. mis
They may otherwise, by : >
from all benefit of said
HM indebted to said > s
to make immediate pav. '
Given under my haii.l r si,
October, 1917. “ '-ay of
ANNIE MlMMl.hu
Also knawn ;ls
ANNIE KAls*.
oli-td. Administratrix •■>•. .. ,
NOTICE TO CREDIT mis.
Notice is hereby given
serlber has obtained n " -
Court of Anno Arnndi) t
land, letters of administr. ,
sonai estate of
I W. CROMVYr.It
late of Anne Arundel count'
persons having claims ac < " v
ed. are hereby warned to , v } l; • >
with the vouchers thereof, t ,
er, on or before the
Slst DAY OF MARCH, mis.
They may otherwise bv law \
from all benefit of said est. \
Indebted to said estate at. ' *
make in mediate payment.
I Given under my hand r ,
, September, 1917.
JOHN M. TAYl.on
’ Ad'ar
NOTICE TO CHEIIIiOKo.
Notice Is hereby given. 11,
scriber has obtained from ~ ~
Court of Anne Arundel < ~ '
laud, letters testamentarx r
sonai estate of
MARY LEVA
late of Anne Arundel eou
Iversons having claims ncai
ed, are hereby warned t.i evi.di ’ '
with the vouchers thereof, t - 1
.or, on or before the
20th DAY OF M.tKt It. tats
They may otherwise bv law b,. , \
frontal 1-benefit <>f said'. - \
indebted to said estate >. ,*
make immediate payment,
i Given under iu.v hand this jut ,
August, 1917.
NICHOLAS !i. t:in:r\
I'SiVll' *
NOTICE TO CREDITORS,
That the subscriber, of Anne \rr
COUBty, has obtained fro
Court of Anne Arundel countx , '
land, letters of adminlatral
sonai estate of
GEORGE ft. TYDlN'os,
late of Anne Arundel countv, dei. >
persons having claims- against tbe
• ceased, are hereby warned <-abibit th.
same with the vouchers thereof. • i,,
serlber, on or before the
21th DAY OF MAIU I!. lais.
They may otherwise, by law f.<> cx.iu
from all benefit of said estate \. ■ ,r< ,
Indebted to said estate atv r, , n>;,
make immediate payment.
Given under my hand this l-n, Hv
.Septetmber, 1917.
. EDWARDI) T. TYUINY.s
. j A,, “ r
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given .that the , u b
scriber, of Anno Arundel count v. lia* ~i
tained from the Orphans' Court - f v <
Arundel county, in Maryland, h
tameutary on tlte iiersonal estate ■ f
CHARLES II US It A AYKKIUI,
late of Anne Arundel county, deei
persons having claims ngainst the <i,
ceased, are hereby warned to i vhlhtt tin
same, with the vouchers thereof, h tb<-
sobscriber, on or before the
20t1i DAY OF FEBRUARY, litis.
They may otherwise, by law, he excluded
from all benefit of said estate, Ai: pri
sons indebted to said estate are reipiesteit
to make immediate payment.
Given under my hand tills Hth <‘ ■ v of
August, 191 i.
ISABELLA E. AVItKbK.
, Exei-utrlj.
NOTICE TO ( RKDITORS.
Notice is hereby given, that the nnt>
•cri! era has obtained form tin Orntiah*
Court of /\nne Arundel county, in Mary
land, letters testamentary on the ii<ts--;i
estate of
U. ALEX. HEIMI,
late of Anue Arundel countj <h. ts-.! Ai
persons having claims against the
ceased,.are hereby warned to exhibit t n
same, with vouchers thereof to the uh
scriber, am or before the
lOlli DAY OF JANUARY. IKbt.
They may otherwise by law hr excinde
from all lienelit of said estate. All pi:
sons indebted to said eßtnte are requeite
to mako immediate payment
Given under my hand this 10th day if
Jttly, 1917.
EDWARD (’. linsi:,
■ . Execotor.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given, that the uh
scriber has obtained from the Orphan*
Court of Anne Arundel County, la Mary
lund, letters testamentary on the it
sonai estate of
THOMAS H. YARBOROUGH.
late of Anne Arundel county, den- ui
persons having claims against * b <•>
ceased, nro hereby warned to e\hlt '
same with the vouchers, thereof h
subscriber, ou or before
13th DAY OF FEBRUARY. I#l*
They may otherwise, B>v law. he * ' l!
from nil benefit of said estate. All per
sons Indebted to said estate are request*
to make immediate payment. _
Given under my hand this dh day <
August, 1917.
M. SOPHIE YAUBOUOniII.
• Executrix
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby glven.that tie *uhs rd
cr lias obtained from the orpine *
of Anne Arunel county, in Mnrylate. (
of administration on the i ersonr.l “i.a •
MARY HKLLKB.
late of Anne Arundel county, d. • :i
-persons having claims against if ■ _
ceased, are herby warned to *xhi ,u ,
same with the vouchers tbereor
scriber on or before the
28th DAY OF NOVEMBER. 191*;
They may otherwise by law, be ”,
from all benefit of snil estate. A '
indebted to said estate are r iu - 1
make immediate payment .
Given under lay hand till** —'■ 1
May, 1917. HENRY F. KLrJ:^ B ,.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given, that
scriber has obtained from the '., irf
Court of Anne Arundel county.
land, letters testamentary on '• 1
estate of
HAMUEL W. BROOKS,
late of Anne Arundel county ' ‘‘“.'s'
yiersons having claims *.k'- ! ' ' ■
ceased, are hereby warned to lo b
name, with vouchers thereof
scriber, on or before the
14TU DAY OF NOVEMBER, l • ■
They may otherwise bv law , ' l ' l 'fn # ntr
from all benefit of said esta '■ u . g *es
sons Indebted to Said estate
to make Immediate payment. f
Given under my hand this
May, 1917. CHAItLKS N. HItOOKt.
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