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ANN APOLI*. MD.
PibllilMtd Daily Inapt Sunday by
THK CAPITAL PCBLISBIMO COMPANY
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THE KVRNINO CAPITAL
la an aala at tba following places:
Qaorge W. Jones 194 Mala St
£iiUaia Kchuitte 34W*st St
to J. fbivls 74 Maryland In.
Cbaa. , Fsidmeyer MS Maryland Ave.
Marlin Kauai-b. .Cur. itandall ft Kina Gao.
William Dakar Went and CetbedraL
Del I rarvd In Annapolis, Eaatport Ger
mantown and Writ Annapolis by carrier
for 80 conta per month.
Yon ran baft the EVENING CAPITAL
to you when away from tba dty
by leaving your name ami ad dross at tbs
eflce, for 30 ceata per tuontb; ELM per
year, payable In advance, to any PoatoAet
in United State* or Canada.
Entered at Annapolis I'ovtofflcs as
Stwond Class Matter.
MONDAY. feBPTEMBBR 16 1919.
Democratic State Ticket
GENERAL ELECTION NOV* 4
FOR GOVERNOR.
ALBERT O. It ITCH IE,
Baltimore City.
FOR ATTORNEY-GENERAL
THOMAS J. KEATING,
Qorrii Anne's Co.
FOR COMPTROLLER OF
STATE TRKAHi’RY.
11. II KOOK E LEE,
Montgomery Co.
FOR CLERK OF COCRT
OF APPEALS.
CALEB. C. MAORI DKit,
Prince George's Co.
COUNTY - TICKET
FOR STATE SENATOR.
A, Til HO DORK BIIADY.
FOR IIOCKK OF DELEGATE*.
JAMES O. ATWELL.
W. MEADE HOI.LADAY.
JOHN 11. RODGERS.
BERNARD J. WIEGARD.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.
DANIEL N. AEMfGKR.
ST. GEORGE IIAItIiER.
R. WILSON CARR.
R. LEE HARDESTY.
HENRY . MYERS.
JAMES A. WALTON.
FOR JUDGES OF ORPHANS* COCRT.
LEMON HKALL. HU.
MAYNHUD CARR.
GEORGE W. HYDE.
FOR SHERIFF.
THOMAS S. DOVE.
FOR CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
WILLIAM N. WOODWARD
FOR STATE'S ATTORNEY
NICHOLAS 11. GREEN.
■ L-.JULiII, i.iaa>.""iLJij-Lig ;
THE AMERICAN NAVY TO
THE FORE
While the wish mny be father;
to the thoughts and the thought
of any one of the German war
lords is still not above suspicion,
it is interesting to note that in
surnrtiing up what he thinks is the
situation, now* that the German
fleet is no mot e and Germany as a
geographical expression a very
much abbreviated entity, Admiral
von Tirpitz has this to say:
The annihilation of the German
navy has deprived the smaller nav
ies of the world of their vitality.
The maintenance of the balance
of power at sea now rests entire
ly on the American navy. This Is
not a menace to Great Britain,
I am not one of those who delude
themselves in the belief of a fu
ture conduct between England and
America. I cannot forsee any seri
ous antagonism between the two
great Anglo-Saxon powers. Their
capitalism jointly enslaves alloth- <
er nations, which, since the break
ing down of the German navy,
have no longer any support in as
serting their freedom.
So far as America goes, the
American naval commanders will
aggree with the German as to his
conclusion, both as to the supreme
posit on r.'O Atneno.'n navy *o- j
cupies and the fact that the Brit
ish and American navy are not
likely to fight bjrt to act as one in
thf cause of peace. Of course.
Von Tirpitz’s use of the word
“capitalism” as an opprobrious ‘
epithet aimed at Great Britain and
America shows he has learned his
Socialistic lesson well. He repeats
the cheap radical patter qvrite as
well as Lcniiic and Trotzky and to
as little effect in telling the truth
as to what the real association or
the, Anglo-Saxon powers in the
war and in peace means to democ
racy and civilization at large. But
he does kno‘w something ahout
navies, and his guess as to Amer
ican supremacy in the balance of
naval power is not a bad one.
\ Moreover, if there were any
doubt as to the value of Tirpitz’s
opinion, it would be settled by the
fact that Archibald Hurd, the
British expert, has just written in
the London Daily Telegraph that
it is an interesting tact that, judg
ed by the strength of Its battle
squadrons in active commission,
this country’s supremacy has at
least temporarily passed away.
The United States has now in
commission thirty-one battleships,
and Washington plans to have
twenty-nine next year, the reduc
tion in number being balanced by
the increased power of some of the *
ships now approaching completion. <
We have in a similar state of
readiness twenty-two battleships <
a’hji-five cruisers, and, in accord- j
ance with the ordeV published re
cently wijh reference to reduction
to a reserve basis, our instantly |i
ready tattle force will tall at an j|
ahis l , l g,.4ulil..rgiTT^.... 1 .. an.. ■* !■ i *■■■
early date to sixteen ships, ten of
than forming the Atlantic fleet
and the other aix cruising In the
Mediterranean. It may be some
what of an affront to our national
pride that we should have reached
this secondary position at sea.
However, with world peace
dawning, neither the British nor
the American fleet menaces the
commerce of the world nor the
welfare of nations, be the one or
the other in the ascendancy.
THE CONFERENCE OF LABOR
AND CAPITAL
Labor and capital have had re
cently such compelling proofs of
their interdependence and of the
reciprocal evils .of conflict, that
President Wilson’s proposal that
! both be represented in a discus
sion and adjustment of their fun
damenal relationships is almost
certain to eventuate in a deeper
j understanding and a better order
in American industry.
As the chief sponsor of the pro
visions incorporated for the bene
; tit of labor in the covenant of the
I. of Nations, and as the
constant friend of American
| workingmen, President Wilson is
jsurc to have the concurrence of
their representatives in his effort j
to alxmt new and mpre ad
vantagtous conditions in their
partnership with capital. On the
other hand, capital itself has come
to realize that there is more in the
relation of employer and employe
than in that of buyer and seller of
a commodity.
At least the responsible leaders
of labor seeni to be convinced that
periodical increases of wages that
provoke further advances in the
cost of living are ineffectual as a
means of preserving a parity be
tween income and outgo; that
strikes are not remedies but dead
ly weapons which do quite as
much damage to the worker as to
the employer at whom he aims
them.
With this common realization
of the economic heresies which
both capital and'labor have held
in the past, the President’s task
of inducing them to seek a com
mon basis of agreement and ac
tion would seem not a difficult
task. They both know there is a
defect in the industrial mechan
ism. They both understand that
the old attempts at correction
have failed. They ought to com
bine their intelligent efforts to find
a cure.
"BIRTHS ALMOST TREBLE
NUMBER OF CITY DEATHS
While there were only 9 deaths in
Annapolis during the month of August,
the births almost trebled that num
lsgr, there being 22 reported fn the
monthly report of the City Health Of
ficer J. C. Joyce, M. D.
Of the 9 deaths, the report submit
ted to the City Council, shows that 4
were white and 6 colored; and 6 were
males and 3 females.
Of the 22 births, 12 were white
males and 2 white females; and 4
colored males and 4 colored females.
The City Health Officer also reports
two cases of scarlet fever among con
tagious diseases during the month of
< August.
How To Wash Corduroy
Corduroy is a kind of cotton velvet
which may be washed, provided it is
not rubbed, squeezed or ironed. If it
is made up at home stitch the seams
with a loose stitch to prevent pucker-1
mg when washed. Before laundering j
1 >osen the lining at the bottom to avoid j
j baby's coats or other lined garments;
! tagging.
Use a solution of milk soap, or for •
dark colors, which may streak or fade, i
a solution of soap bark. Souse the i
garment up and down in soapy water, i
changing the water as it becomes j
soiled. Rinse in several clear waters!
until no more dirt and soap come out.
Hang the garment up dripping wet :
and so that it will dry in the shape in J
which it is worn. Dry in the wind if!
possible. When dry brush briskly to j
raise the nap.
To Make Mother-of-Peart.
The secret of another Germaa key
tndoatry has been discovered, the man
ufacture of artificial niutlior-of-penri.
J. W. tL Dew. a fellow <if flic Royal j
Society of Arts, fonnd the procoas af
ter much patient experimenting.
Doctor Dew was engaged during the
whole period of the war In reconstruct
ing, step by step, the method of manu
facture.
Artificial mother-of-pearl Is need foe
making fancy hut lon*, dress trimmings
and many other articles.? Before tits
war most of It came from Germany.
~
Farmers’ Loan In Jamaica.
The agricultural loan bank raoxa
ment was Initiated In Jamaica tu tfllS
to provide relief for the small plant
era of sugar, bananas and coesnutu
wtibat holdings were injured la the
destructive hurricane and draagfct of
thft* v*a* : ti
The pessimist is apt to brood over
a dark secret, the optimist makes light
of it.
- l
In these days the fellow whorahoots
off his month against prohibition isn’t
apt to be loaded. ' ■
In all this proposed legislation to
reduce the high cost of living talk con
tinues to be mighty cheap.
METROPOLIS tODGE
GOING TO BALTIMORE
(Continued From Page One.)
niversary of the founding of the Odd
Fellows, which fraternal organisation
had Its inception in Baltimore 100
years ago with the organisation of
Washington Lodge, So. 1, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows.
From this inception the Order has
grown and strengthened until now it Is.
one of the largest and strongest fra
ternal and beneficial organizations in
the country. Metropolis Lodge of An
napolis has for its presiding officer at
this time, William M. Morris, Noble
Grand; Emmanuel Gates, marshal in
charge of the Lodge’* division in the
parade Wednesday. Charles Ruste
ber £is treasurer of the local lodge
and George .F. Quaid, recording secre
tary.
Metropolis Lodge anticipates leav
ing from the lodge rooms on West
street about 10 o’clock Wednesday
morning in automobiles in which they
will ride in the parade. It will prob
ably take ten cars to convey the party
who will carry banners indicating
their Lodge and home town which they
represent. „
TRANSFERS
IN CITY AND COUNTY
RECORDED IN COURT
Many Deeds Of Realty Are Filed
During Last Several
Days Here
MAIN STREET LOT IS SOLD
The following transfers of real es
tate in the city and county have been
recorded at the Court Clerk’s office
luring the past few days:
September 11
Deed from John A. Ruth and wife to
Jlavjd A. Lindsay, tract of land situ
ate in the Fifth, Election District of
Anne Arundel county; consideration
15..
Deed from George S. Bowers and
wife to David F. Headley, tract of land
situate in Anne Arundel county; con
sideration ,si. fl Hi
Deed from Alexander Rehn, single
to Henry L. Rehn, lot of ground situ
ate on Randalls street, in the city of
Annapolis, Md.; consideration $lO.
Deed from Andrew H. Wilson and
wife to John F. Murphy and wife, lot
of ground situate on the southeast side
of Conduit street, in the city of Ahna
polis, Md.; consideration $lO.
Deed from William E. Hurst and
wife tp J. Irving King and wife, tract
of land situate in the First Election
District of Anne Arundel county, con
taining 1 acre of land, more or less;
consideration $250.
Deed from Roy V. Tydings and wife
to Henry Campbell and wife, lot of
grourfa situate on the northeast side of
Holland street, in the city of Annapo
lis, Maryland; consideration $lO.
September 13
Deed from Enoch P. Johnson to
Sophie Bradford, tract of land situate
in Anne Arundel county; considera
tion $5.
Deed from The Workman’s Co-Op
erative Realty Company, Inc., to Fer
dinand H. Jacober and wife. 2 lots of
ground situate in the Third Electioln
District of Anne Arundel county,
known as lots Nos. 27 and 28, in sec
tion “F”; consideration sl.
Deed from The Joseph S. Johnson
and Company to Wlilliam Stoffegen and
wife, tract of land situate in Anne
Arundel county; consideration $5.
Deed from Pearl D. Whaley and hus
band to Linthicum Heights Realty
j Company of Baltimore City, tract of
I land situate in the Fifth Election Dis
trict of Anne Arundel county; con
sideration $5.
; Deed from the Linthiemn Heights
Realty Company of Baltimore %o Wil
liam G. Hoover, tract of land situate
; in the Fifth Election District of Anne
Arundel county; consideration $5.
Deed from The Southern Realty
Company to Charles B. Backman and
: wife, 2 lots of ground situatp in Anne
I Arundel county, on Magothy Beach, ic
‘the Third Election District, known as
.lots Nos. 29 and 21; Consideration $5
Deed from Eva Murray, widow, to
Philip Miller, et al., lot of ground situ
ate on Murray Hill, in the city of An
napolis, Md.; consideration $5.
Deed from Brooke A. Meade and wife
to William A. Smith and wife, prop
erty situate on the northwest corner
jof Sixth street, in the village of East
port, in the Second Election District
iof Anne Arundel county; consideration
$lO.
Deed from Joseph W. Trautwein and
wife to Andrew J. Stinchcomb and
wife, property situate on the south
west side of Carroll’* Alley, In the city
of Annapolis, Maryland; consideration
$lO. „■
Deed from Andrew J. Stinchcomb
and wife to Simon Greenfield and wife,
lot of ground situate on the south side
of Main street, in the city of Annapolis,
Maryland, consideration $lO.
PLAY AT CROWNSVILLE
A GREAT SUCCESS
—mA, ■.. > *
The dramaticenterUinment given on
Friday night at Crownaville was a
great success. The play given was
one of Lady Gregory’s Irish farce*, en
titled "The Poor House Ward.” and
was well presented.
The personnel of the cut included j
the following ladles, nil of Millersville,
some of whom took male characters: ,
Mrs. Ddker, Mrs. Robert Weigh and
las Maria Baldwin. J,
* X - - -4—.
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TRUSTEE’S SALE
* h —Or VALUABLE-
Real Estate
imuTR os west street, acton
LAJ9? AND WATER STREET, AN
nXpi/lis. Maryland.
By rlrtiM* of a decree of tbe Circuit Cnnrt
for AuOe Arnu.lrt county, Md.. dated tbe
23tbMftF of Avgust, 119. passed In a case
depending, wherein Isaac ELthberger and
PsaUa* Hobberger, fits wife, see plats
tiffs. And Oscar Sharks and Adele Sharks,
ace ttANUidauta. No. ftOS Equity, the nader
sig offer to public sale at tbe Court
Houle', door, is tbe i-lty of Auuapoiis.
Maryland, <a
FI 111 AY, SEPTEMBER I*, 11,
: • At U O'clock. A, M.
Tbe .following property:—
1. jum.il that tract of laud situate on tbe
south'. aide of West street. Annapolis.
Maryland, with s frontage thereon of
feet abd sn Irregular depth: Improved ly
a briak and frame dwelling with four
stored and eight apartments, known r.s
No*. gft, SB, .t7 ami o7 1-2 West street.
Bring the same property which was oou
tbe said Isa.-te Huhberger and
thuav Sharks by Mary It. Illndra and bus
hand. -ft al.. by deed dated September 20.
1912, recorded anioug the Records of
Auiie Arundel eouuty lu Liber G. W„ No.
h 2, f.<!in 250.
2. 1 AH that lot <tf ground situate oa tbe
southwest corner f Acton Latte and a
Street,! 20 feet aide, called Ixtudon nr
Wt^tey'street. Auuapoiis. Maryland, with a
frontage on said A- ton l.aue of :*> feet aud
a frmitage on said London or Water street
•>f fH\f<-et; Improved by two two-story
fran.e ..dwellings frouting on Acton latue
and <eight, two-story frume dwellings
on ’ London or Water street. Being the
same -property which waa convoyed to the
said Isaac Hobbcrger and Oscar Shacks
bv William lnival t ad wife, by deed dated
'lie Ist f September, l!sW, and recorded
nuiotig the aforesaid Land lle.l.rds in
Liber G. W„ No. OS, folio 335.
X fftll that lot of ground situate on the
northeast side of Acton Lane, Alina poll*
Maryland, with a frontage thereon of 15
feet,* more or less, and a depth of H 9 feet.
J Inches, more or less: . improved by s
t hrec v Story frame dwelling. Being the
same'property which was conveyed to the
said Oscar Shacks and Isaac Hobbcrger by
Jow>kh W. Duvall and wife, by deed dated
the '.yvth day of May, 1910, recorded among
the rforesald Laud Records in Liber G.
\V.. Kn. 79. folio Ml, #
4. 'All that lot of ground situate on the
west.side of Acton Line. Annapolis. Mary
land. with a frontage on said Acton Lane
of 'JU- feet and an Irregular depth; Improv
ed by two two-story frame dwellings. Be
•ng the sSine property which was con
veyed to the said Isuac Holiberger and
Shacks by Joseph W. IMivnll, wid
ower. by deed dated the loth day of Febru
ary, 191 rt, recorded among tbe aforesaid
I,mnt Records in Liber ti. W., No. 125,
folio 14.
TERMS OF SALE, us prescribed by said
deers,*: —Or.e-half cash, and the balance In
six litonths. or all cash at the option of
•he JnircUneer, or purchasers, the credit
portion to bear Interest and to be secured
to the satisfaction of the trustees. A de
posit of koOU.on will be required of the pur
•lmser or purchasers, on tbe tlrst de
scribed property on the day of stile, $200.0f)
on the secondly described property, $1(MI.(M!
on tbe thirdly described and $1(SM)0 on the
fourthly described property. The shove
pratyrty to be offered tirst separately and
thaVna a whole. If sold as n whole a de
pojlwof s2.Ota) will be required of the pur
•beasT at the time of sale.
FAr further particulars, apply to
WIN SON G. fit ITT.
KIPGKLY I\ MELVIN,
Trustees,
*3.8.10-15-17 Annapolis, Maryland.
W AN ORDINANCE
To stnend the revised code of the City of
Annapolis, by uddntg thereto an additional
artfeje to be known as Article XLVII, title
"Trgjßc” and six section* thereof to be
known and numbered ns Sections L 2,3, 4,
5, utiti 0 respectively.
Section 1. Be It established and ordained
by tie Mayor. Counselor and Aldermen of
the City of Anna {Mils, that the Itevlsoil
Code of the City of Anna poll* he, and the
sums Is hereby amended by adding thereto
an additional article to be known as Ar
ticle XLVJi. title “Truffle" ami six sections
thereof to be known ami numbered as Sec
tion* 1.2, 3,4, 5, and fi respectively and
to read as follows:
Section 1. It shall be unlawful for any
corporation, company, partnership or Indi
vidual to operate or cause to be ojierated
t*y*awy of Its, their or Ids employee, em
ployees, servant, servants, agent or agents
any.gjei tHeal or other motive power driven
railway cars or trains of cars over the
streets, avenues, lanes, circles or alleys
witjiln the corporate limits of the dty of
Annapolis exceeding two cars In a train.
section 2. It shall l*e unlawful for any
corporation, company, partnership or Indi
.idttal to operate or cause to be operate*)
bv4tfhy of its. their or his employee, eni
ployees. servant, servants, agent or agents
any electrical or other motive power driver
rsmvay cars or trains of cars over tire
streets', avefines. lanes, circles or alleyi
vit;<in the corporate limits of the City of
Antapolls at a distance of leas than on*
'umpired yards from any railroad cars oi
trains of cara width may or might lm
nieelrttely proceed, over any of the streets
avwmes. lanes, circles or alleys within tin
cnrjjfcyute limits of the City of Annapolis.
Bfftlpn £ It shall b unlawful for any
corporation, company, partnership or indi
vidual operating or canal tig to be operated
by 14)' of Its. their or his employee, etn
piojees. servant, servants, agent or agents,
any leetrtcal or other motive |M>wer drive*
railway ears or trains of ears over the
streets", avenues, lanes, circles or alley*
within the corporate limits of the City of
Annaeolts, to stand or park the same tn
any jif the streets, avenues, lanes, circle*
or alters within tbe corporate limits of tin
dty of Annapolis, ex.-ept for the purporn
of receiving or discharging passengers
This section not to apply to standing ot
parking of railway cars or trains of cart
on King George Street between ltabdaF
and tile wharf of the Annapolis
Claiborne Ferry on north track or to ap
ply vUiep standing or parking of any rH
way bars or trains of ears Is caused by
an scHdent, failure of motive power or any
otbcjTgrtraae over which the said corpora
Mon, company, partnership or Individual
Its. or tils employee, employers, aerv
ffrvnnts. agent or agents, has no con
troWJr
“Brlon 4. ft shall be unlawful for any
'ornbraHou. company, partnership or lndl
vldnsf, operating or cansing to be operated
by itsfjr It*- tbelr or bis emnloyee. nn,
pjovees. aervant. aervanta. agent or agent*
aay electrical or other notiee driven rail
stay, <4|r# or trait's of cars over the streets
eveiijiw. lanes, circles or alleys within the
eorpbrate limits of tbe City of Anna poll*
it a Speed to exceed teu (10) miles per
hour. -
Section Ik It shall be unlawful for any
eorworntton. company, partnership or lndl
vldu.'d -operating or causing to be operated
by of Its. their, or Ms employee, cm
ploy ej. servant, servants, ageut or agents
anrwertrieat or other motive power driver
railway earn or trains of ears <.v*r the
streets, avenues, laaea. circle* or alley;
within the corporate limits *>f the CHr of
Annapnlls to use or dlsolsv any blinding
or ghMSng bead or aearcb light within the
rorpooste Itmits of tbe Cl tv of Anuuptoils
Renton ft. Any eorpOnH*n. comittiny
oartwwji'Sbln or ladldtvoal or Its. thefr. o-
Ida Wwoloyee. emplovees. sereact, .tenants
-gent or agent*, offending sgafnrf any of
the preceding seetloaa slmil le subie-t to a
hoe *f leas thru ot- more thir
twenyr dollar- to be recovered as other
lit new
SecsL'm 2. Aml b It forthe*- established
•tod £ieAa(neA bv tb aotb.vity sforernld
♦hat fkla omit Sabre Sb*H take eff**-t from
tbe (W of *s orsrage.
Approved September 1019.
• WHY J I/Tr.
! i-; Mayor.
Attest J
FV V. SMITH.
■" K
NATICK TO Clt TAJJ.%TKIM
infMt *pi|i
The .Collector and Treasurer of the City
mt A<ts*Mrila win be ready tawadie taxes
lug. 9:30 A. K. toT. M. Alt bills
not pi*i by Sejdebr Jsth li*l9. interest
will W eba rg- ,tbe rate of ft jwr cent per
"' % i GEORGS P. QUAID, ,
•Rib e; Coilas*ar and Treasurer. I
;
/ Advertising \
lathis paper will briat I
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MONEY TO LOAN I (
SON KY TO lOi-Mowy to loss on i
niSitxsfre. Apply to Wlnson O Cott
Ansspoi's Md. i Jylfi-tf i
SONKY TO LOAN —On mortgage In inma |
to salt on reasonable term*. Partial
payment allowed. Jarnea M. Munroe. At- (
torney. JytK-tf
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LOST
X : A 1
lost—Black Chow dog: easily distin- ,
gill shed: has lon gblaek hair, with alight
brown tinge about the shoulder*. Ho
ward If returned to Cornuiauder John S.
Abbott. Naval Academy. *1"
LOHT—A pair of none glasuea lu the case.
Finder please return to 85 Conduit street,
anti ret-elve reward. al”
LOST—GoId bar pin. Sapphire and six
pe-trla. lleward. 110 Conduit street, *l6
\vX\TEirTO RENT~
\VAXTKI* TO KKVT —A honae in Kastport
*r Went Annaitolia. Apply to 11. C. F..
B<x 587* Annapolis. nt*-tf
WANTED
WASTED—A woman for general house
work. Apply 146 Charles street. *l6
WASTED —A second-hand sewing mat bine.
Tel. 8-lti-J. sir.
WASTED—Seamstress by the day for
children's clothes. Apply Mrs. McNair.
4 Maryland avenue. , sl7
WASTEli—Girl for general housework.
Apply 12 Francis street. sls
IVANTKD—A cook, Apply .10 Maryland
avenue. sir.
IVANTKD —Six, seven or el gilt-room dwel
ling; state location and price. Address
215, Capital Office. slti
WASTED—An exjterleneed laundress. Ap
ply to ;;i I pshur Row, Naval Academy.
stttf
i WASTED —Two rooms furnished for light
housekeeping by settled man and wife
with no children. Not tot. far from
business section. Address "W. <J. 0.,"
Advertiser Office— sir.
WASTED—IIy October Ist, an apartment
or small house, 5 rooms anil hath, not
too far from business center. Heferendes
exchanged. 11. C. F., care Capital. slfi
WANTKD—A boy to learn the printing
trade. Must be 16 years of age nod have
good education. Apply to Advertiser
Office. a22-tf
FOB SALE
FOR SALK—Studehaker Sedan, fl cylinder,
in gooil condition. New battery ami
tires. Tel. KD4. % al7
FOR SALK—(las range, “Detroit Jewel,"
with baking oven, broiler, boiling oven,
and four oien burners. In fair condi
tion. Price fifteen dollars. Apply to
27 Franklin street, sI.T-tf
FOR SALK—House at 22 Second St. In
formation at 119 Prince George street.
sir.
•'OR SALK—New l-ton Sorvce truck; run
l<*ss than 200 ini.es. Doei not suit my
business. Address 1113 Barclay St., Bol
timoie. sIH
FOR SALK—One largo corner lot on
Chesapeake avenue* Kastport, 100 x 165
foot. Apply to F. TlKH.dore Boettcher,
425 Severn Ave., Kastport. sll-tf
FOR SALE— Bicycle; new In June; good
comHtlou. Apply Steward, Officers' Mess.
Naval Academy. alt.
FOR SALK—Lot a lid dwelling l.nown as
No. 57 Calvert street. Chas. F. Bee.
.-'OR SALE—A hand force pump, 2V. Inch
suction. 2-inch discharge. Suitable for
pnmrdug out vessels or general farm
work. Good ns new. Also maradlck
, acid for tinners, plumbers and general
solder work. Apply Parlett Ice Plant..
11. C. Brown, Chief Kng. a4-tf
FOR SALK —One Puritan oil stove; two
burners, with oven. Three years old
and In fairly good condition. Price very
cheap. Apply Capital Office.
FOR SALK—Fresh cows with calves.
Will trade for beef cows. Apply N.
Merlin, 238 West St., Phone 556-M. *lB
FOR SALE
Attractive six-room bungalow, both hot
ind cold waiter, electricity .fireplace, gar
ige. fruit. Lot 200x150. ' Will divide lot.
Price $5,000.
455 Ox-ster Avenue. Kastport, six rooms,
porches, fruit, large lot Price $2,150.
40 Madison Street, 8 rooms and bath,
>orch. deep lot. Price $3,750.
41 Madison Street. 9 rooms, bath, fur
tace, etc. Splendid lot. Price $5,750.
327 West Street, rooms, bath and at
tic, front and back porches. Price $2,800.
Attractive suburban cottage. 3 bed
rooina, each with large closets: living
room, parlor, dining room, pantry and
kitchen; bath, furnace, electric lights,
sewer, etc.; garage. Lot 00x132 foot.
Price $4,500. V
No. 05 Rant Street, six rooms, bath, cob
•rete oellnr. Price $1,600.
116 Charles Street, six rooms, bath and
other conveniences. Price $3,700.
CHAS. P. LEE
TKL. 603 sls-tf
FOR BENT
POR KENT—N|eely famished room-; gen
tlemen only. Phone 327-M. s2li
FOB RENT—Small furnished house for
four months from Oct. Ist. Tel. 884. sl7
F®* —Three furnished rooms. Ap
fdy 127 I rince George street. *ll
FOB KENT—House furnished 239 Prince
Grfmrp street. For particulars. Phone
334-K. *l7.
SSS S
I' Uh °: $5.00 per
“S!!?’ Apply K- G. Chaney, 138 West
attwt - - sl3-tf
FOB BENT—Three desirable furnished
rooms. Well locate,!. AAd£. a™ K?x
The abattoir ia about the only medi
um through which It is now, possible
to make both ends meat
Time is money, and wise indeed is
the man who takes time by the fore
lock.
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Bsltlmora, Maryland
entrance examinations
"C ! - V
STATE SCHOLARSHIPS IN
EHOXMEBEINO OOUEBEB
KWTRAXCR EXAMUtATtONS fur tbs IV
parunen* of KBgioeertng, as well as forth.
Colleee of Arta and Science*, sill be held in
Oilman Hall. Honwwood. MONDAY THI Rs
DAT, SEPTEMBER 15-18, 119. beginning at
9 A. M. each day.
APPLICATIONS FOR SCHOLARSHIPS
IN THK DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING,
established under the provisions uf the Laws
of Maryland, Chapter 90, 1912, will now l
received. If there is more than one applies**
for a particular scholarship, a competitive .x
sminatinn must he taker. FRIDAY, SEPTEM
BKR 19, beginning at 9 A. M. Appointments
will be made soon thereafter.
Each Legislative District of BaUimore City
and each county of the State, with the ex, cp
tion of Ho ard. Queen Anne * and Bonier- t
counties, will he entitled to one or more scholar
<hips for tbe 1919-1920, in addilion to tlnwe
already assigned to resident stud, nt*. In the
three counties mentioned above, all the avail
able srholarsbipa have been awarded.
Under the provisions of the Art of Assem
bly, the County and City Scholarship* in th<
Department of Eugimeeriitc are awarded only
to deserving atudenta whose financial rlrrimi
<t*nces are such that they are unable to ~b
tin an education In Engineering unless fr<-e
tuition is prsnted to them. The scholarships
entitle tbe holders to free tuition, five use of
reat-books. and exemption from all regular fees
One of the scholarships In es-h County and
each Legislative District of tlie City carries
ilsothesum of S2OO. The expense of attend
ance for thoae who do not receive scholarships
is not greater than at ether Maryland insti
tutions.
Scholarship* may b awarded to graduates
of levels Coll -pe, St. John’s College, Washing
ton College, Western Maryland College, Mary
land Agricultural CoDege, Mt. St. Mary’s C<>l
lege. Rock FT ill College.
One scholarship will be awarded “At large "
Applicants should address The
Thl> John* Hupkin* University, for blank forms
of application and eatakgt> giving Informa
tion as to examination*, award f scholarship,
and courses of instruction. The next session
begin* TI7KHDAY, SEITEMBKR 30. ltll'l.
i ==s sss —— 1—
ESTABLISHED is;l V
The Annapolis Savings Institution ■
WEST STREET I
\Total Assets, . , , *immummi.imi fl
Number of Depositors, 4,70# v
Pays 4 per cent interest on Deposits. Payable January Ist an ,i H
Ist. Compound Interest pnbi on deposits nm u h.iruwn T
Depository of City and County Sinking Funds. 1 - t i,, rv ‘ Tr , W
Funds. } lru,t H
AH Us investments and entire Management subjeei to annual |fl
ination by State Ilank Examiners.
Loans money on first mortgage of Real Estate on , a v term. ,>
tial payments allowed. Also on note with approved ~,tuU r, | fl
FRANK 11. STOCKETT, . . Preshlent fl
WM. N. WOODWAUDi . . Vice-President fl
B. AU.EIN WELCH, .... Cashier fl
SAMUEL BROOKE, . Assistant Cashi< r
JAMES M. MUNROE Solicitor fl
* Ranking Honrs: 9A.M.t05 V. M. Hal nr da j : >j 4 , 0 t a B
1 A. W. SHARPE 1
O o
Optician
136 Main Street
g ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND, g
Q A
FIREINSURANCE
REAL ESTATE
FVINIKHKI) HOUSER FOB BBNT
NOTARY PUBLIC
ARTHUR B. WHEATLEY
No. 17 Softool Street
CHARLES M. CARLSON
HO GLOUCESTER ST.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
PHONE 87
Bail mates aad Plans Famished
WBCHILDS
Electrical Contractor
Office and Shop— l 79 Conduit Street
Phone lee
GEO. W. JONES
Circulating Library
.. Tb . 4 \. ,<>,lowln have been added to
tbe Library:
“The Dwelling Place of Light,” by Win
vton Churchill.
‘‘The Dtevltable Balance Sheet,” by Ka
rlna Traeh.
“A Circuit Hlder’s Wife” by Cora Bar
rw.
“Kenny,” by Leoaora Dalrymple.
_ *f Four Years la Germany,” by J.
W. Gerard.
“Where Your Treasurer Is” by Holman
Day.
,v The Clue la Tba Air," by Isabel Os
trander.
TBBMfti—Nstr Books, te par day.
Old Beeka la per day.
“The Bank That Brought 4 Per Ct. 1
to Annapolis.” ;
The Annapolis Bank I
OF THI EASTERN SHORE TKI'HT CO. *
Church Circle Gloucester Street M
Basking Honrs: 9A.M.toS P. 1. Katordaj: A. M. •<’ l - M * 1
4 Per Cent Paid en Savings Accounts I
Checking Accounts Solicited 1
vt'*''*'* I
W. MRAT>K BOIXADA Y _ ~,„!<*• ■
•■ * CHAILKS F. LIB (•** §
wans *• t *hu* 1
JOHK M. (tREKM , * T rtH* I
AjjWM O. BOSH.. K
WUBOH fi.
1 * • * IMrseUrs* rW *-T 11
W.ICKADC HOfXAOAY, CHARIER F. IJ "LTII
OBUNDO Eioorr, JOHN 4m V. ttOVW, .K'-oji -OTT. II
r. SOUXO MOWX, WILUAM 11. THOMAS. |
Safe Deposit Boxes II
W B -&A. ElecJW
Railroad.
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trui,i on xli-ii:, *•-, *t
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6.00. 7.00. s ,Ni. ..
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For ticket' K,„l I,.'V.T- fli
5 our city ti, !,.-i , , w, s . . ,h M*
State lions,- v r "''
Bladen Btr.aus '.V'
, Hotel. U '>.
NOTICE! I
s Charles Houston, Kvang e
Champion Shoe Artist H
1 Ladies’ Shoes Especially H
Shoe* Dyed v.. I M , rU ,
w^^fl|
: ‘‘Ye Ferry Inn”!
Be enre and visit the
at Claiborne, situated beside H|
Ferry Pier, Special attentloa
automobile and picnic
Everybody welcome.
WALTER C.MUNRoI
CIVIL KNfiINEF.I ■
Surveying, Blbl*. Mtlinlet.
and Suburban Water S. Menu mo
Dlepbant.
Savings Bank Building H
Ai.’-spolln, Hd.
1 WILLIAM H. 11l
KART BUILDENO fl
. Annapolis, MaryLindfl
Fire Inaurance AttdloeM
Money Loaned on Morti| H
|i Houses Ren tod Rent CollctdH
( :s= fl
Helpful Uln!" fl
Put egga to be stufTeii in cold
' as soon as they leave Die fl
Small pieces of camphor
in the cupboards keep away thf
Cheese dislu s sbonbl 1 <■ the chief
i the meal at which they are H
Prized linens should t e
I least once a year on a dry. I r.glit
j Put away decorated china
I tween round pieces of canton
j A wooden spoon is I'ost for
j cause the round handles
I tlie hands.

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