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HE EVENING CAPITAL AND MARYLAND GAZETTE. ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 84, I 1
I:timing (Capital HID liBIUIiDaZITn AM NAPOLI A. MD. Pab 11abed Doily Except Banday by THE CAPITAL PUBLISHING COMPANY THE KVKNI.NO CAPITAL la on sale at tba following place#: George W, Jonea 1M Main St. William St-hulue 34\Veat St Ow J. DnvtH 74 Maryland Are. Cbae. (*. Fcddtucyer 90 Maryland Are. Marlin l(au*< li..< ur. Randall A King Geo. William linker Went and Cathedral. Delivered In Aiuiailla, Knatnort, Ger mantown and Weat Annapolls by carriar (or 30 eenta per month. You can hare the EVENING CAPITAL mailed to you when away from the city by leavitig your name nod addreee at the offW, for 3o eenta ja*r month; 13.50 per ?'er, payable In ndrauce. to any FoetoSce n United Mtatea or Canada. Entered at Annapolis Poatolßca an Second Cittaa Matter. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1919. Democratic State Ticket GENERAL ELECTION NOV. 4 KOH r.OVKKXOIt. ALII BUT C. ItITCUIK. ' lialtiiuore City. FOB ATTOKN'EY-GKN’EBAL THOMAS J. KEATING. Queen Aunc'a Co. niK COMPTROLLER OP KFATK TREASURY. E. BROOK K LKE, Montgomery Co. FOR CLERK OF COURT OP APPEALS. CALKJL C. MAGIIUDEU, l’rlnee George's Co. COUNTYTICKET FOR STATE SENATOR. A. THEODORE BRADY. FOR HOUSE OF DELEGATES. JAMES O. ATWELL. W, MEADE HOLLADAY. JOHN H. RODGERS. BERNARD J. IVIEGARD. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. DANIEL N. ARMIGER. BT. GEORGE RARIIER. 11. WILSON CARR. MAH LON DISNEY. R. LEE HARDESTY. HENRY B. MYERS. JAMES A. WALTON. FOR JUDGES OF ORPHANS’ COURT. LEMON BEALL, SR. MAYNARD CARR. GEORGE W. HYDE. FOR SHERIFF. THOMAS S. DOVE. FOR CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT WILLIAM N. WOODWARD FOR STATE’S ATTORNEY NICHOLAS H. GREEN. * Till: IIIGII COST OF LIVING One of the planks in the Demo cratic State platform deals with the high cost of living, and gives evidence that the delegates from the S 3 counties and Jlaltiinorc city, representing the Democratic voters of the State, were thor oughly alive to the conditions that have caused ris.es in the prices of the necessaries of life and the re sulting burden upon the people. “This concerns the people more closely than any other question,” declares the platform. "It is world-wide, and follows the world war. While the increased demand from foreign countries for necessi ties, the diversion in the past two years of production for war pur poses, are important factors of the condition wc know as the high cost of living, profiteering ' and hoarding have in many instances aggravated it.” The platform properly points out that the problem is a national one, rather than one limited by State lines, “and the federal gov ernment has already taken steps designed to eliminate those coun tributing causes which are within the governmental power.” It then goes on to say that “much can be done within the State by the edu cation of the people in the observ ance of economy, by the encour agement of the production of the essentials of life on the farm and in industry, by the rigid enforce ment of laws protecting the peo ple from hoarding and profiteer ing. and by the passage of such Supplemental laws as may be nec essary for that purpose.” p “W e pledge our party to each and all of these remedial meas ures, and we pledge ourselves to - co-operate to the fullest extent with the federal government in the adoption and the carrying out of a nationwide plan to lower the cost of living.” f In these unmistakable terms, the Democratic party of Maryland has pladed itself upon record. The plank shows a grasp of the Pjjir 4. v, . situation that is admirably clear and complete, and its pledges arc full of sincerity and meaning. mmmammmmmmmmmmm-mmtmmmmrn l l i # — WHAT 1 I t | i EXCHANGES SAY • 1 —-.'■■■ i . - —■ cSv— | l i That noise in the Senate chamber is caused by the furious crossing of t’s and dotting i's. —Chicago Tribune. With milk drivers in various cities getting SSO a week, why burden your boy with ideals?—Baltimore Ameri can. Let It go in the war-time record that the price of dry goods didn’t be gin to keep up with the price of wet goods.—Rochester Herald. We haven’t read of any statesmen’s > saying that he wants on his monument ' "He opposed a league to prevent war.’’ —Milwaukee Journal. Congress struggles with the rent question here and then provides that rents shall be fair and “reasonable.” Great work!—Washington Post. Unless we are to have a future gen eration of paupers, isn't it high time some university started a course in manual labor?—Charlotte Observer. Down in their hearts, the Senate would like to ratify the peace treaty tomorrow if they could do It without allowing any of the credit to go to President Wilson.—Savannah News. Republicans In the Senate fighting the covenant of nations ought to take advantage of the present situation and get a few postofilces for their consti tuents.—Los Angeles Times. The Prince of Wales is suffering from too much hand-shaking. You see, he was born to his Job and didn’t get any hand-shaking practice in run ning for it.—Cleveland Plain Dealer. The discussion of what should be done to the profiteer—if he is caught— has absolutely eliminated the discus sion of what should be done with the Kaiser —if he is caught.—Paducah (Ky.) News-Democrat. Timely Tips Paint bedsprings with aluminum paint and you will hive no trouble with rust on your sheets. The best dressing for most vege tables is simple butter. YVTiite sauces are apt to ruin the flavor. It one corner of a rug gets much more wear than the rest, turn it around from time to time. : When you can’t find a bodkin, a safe ty pin run through the end of a tape or ribbon will answer. Fried tomatoes and baked potatoe; ( are excellent for a breakfast which need not te hurried. , Farmers Should Obtain Seed Wheat It is important that farmers obtain rood seed wheat for sowing this fall ;|The weather conditions at the time o! | harvesting the crop and diseases such as scab, rust and smut has rendered t i much of it unfit for seed. In order to f i supply good seed to farmers, a list o! growers of Western Maryland coun ties has been obtained with prices and varieties of seed wheat. The wheat in a number of the Western counties jof the State was not injured by we' weather. Good yields for this year . of 20 to 30 bushels per acre have been obtained. The wheat is reasonably I pure variety, and can be obtained for | $2.50 to $3.00 per bushel. - Things To Remember , A good thing to keep an evening dress in is a cheesecloth bag with a hanger in the top. ' Small pastry shells can he filled with huckleberry jam and served as a des sert with coffee. 1 Mince left-over chicken, heat in the ■ gravy and pour piping hot over tiny powder biscuits. A week's washing for a small family -jean le done in two hours with an elec- I j trie washer. All refuse matter should be either ' buried or burned. When it lies about exposed it breeds flies. No. Maude, dear; the people who keep their opinions to themselves can scarcely be classed as hoarders. i t ' —* Young fresh vegetables are alwayt 1 letter for canning tha nthe older ones PROPOSALS Estimate* will be received up to noon October 10. 1910. to rebuild the eating bouse on the northeast side of the fish market. All Information can be obtained from cither of the Committee ou Market House. JOHN H. WELLS. Chairman, ELMER E. PARKINSON. WILLIAM U. McCREADY. o§ NOTICE TO CREDITORS ~ Notice Is hereby given that the sub scriber. of Anno Arundel county, haa ob tained from (lie Orphans' Court of Anne Arundel county. In Maryland, letters of administration on the personal estate of Louis Taylor Ford, late of Anne Arondel county, deceased. All persona having claims against the deceased, are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vou chers thereof, to the subscriber, on or be fore the SSth HAY OF MARCH, HR. They may otherwise, by law. be excluded from all benefit of mild estate. All persons Indebted to said estate are requested to : make immediate payment. Given under my hand this 23rd day of Sopt ember, 1919. SARAH M. FORD. > , td Administratrix, I DIED , ___| _—j 1 CARR —On September 24. at 4:30 A. M.. at 1 ber residence at Jones Station, MAGGIE ! CARR, Wife of Vernon Carr. ♦ Funeral Friday at 3 P. M., at Way inau'a Good Hope Church, |! v • NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice ta hereby given that the sob- ] •• rilwr has obtained from the Orphans’ " Court of Anne Arundel County. In Mary-o land, lettera teatamentary on the personal , estate ot DRLIA RIDGELY, 1 late of Anne Arundel County, deceased. < All itentons having Halms against the de- i •■eased, are hereby warm'd to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to tha I subscriber, ou or before the / , *®th d-tv of February, lit#. They may otherwise, by law. be excluded Irotu all beuotit ot said estate. A.I per-U sons indebted to said estate arc request-j I ed to make immediate pavment. Given under my hand this 19th day of! August, 1919. ji CORNELIUS J. KIDGLKY, CLARENCE C. EVANS. Executors, j NOTICE TO CREDITORS ~~ That the subscritier, of Anne Arundel •ounty. has obtained from the Orphans' Court of Auue Arutnlel county, in Mary land. letters of administration on the per sonal estate of Sally Phelps, late of Atiue Arundel comity, deceased. All persons having Halms against the deceased, are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with 'lie vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, ou >r before the ; *2nd DAY OF MARCH, ItrtO. They may otherwise, by law, be excluded from nil benefit of said estate. All person* indebted to said estate are requested to nuke Ihi mediate payment. Given under my hand this ltith day of September, 1919. IIATTIE PHELPS. *d Administratrix. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice Is hereby given that the sub scriber lias obtained from the Orphans’ ’curt of Anne Arundel County, in Mary and, letters of uduiinUtrutiou ou the per sonal estate of 0 JOHN 11. BRANKKLL, ate of Auue Arundel County, deceased. VII person* having Haim* aguluat the de based, arc hereby warned to exhibit the tame, with the voucher* thereof, to the subscriber, on or before the Sfltb day of February, PJJO. They may otherwise, by law, be excluded from nil lieuefit of said estate. All por <ou* indebted to *aid estate are request ed ro make Immediate payment. Given under my hand this 19th day of Vugust, 1919. HESTER A. BRANZELL, Administratrix. ORDER OF PUBLICATION !u the Matter of the Estate of Dante! Parke Custis, Deceased. Orphans' Court of Anne Arundel County. Ordered this ninth day of September, dneteon hundred- and nineteen, upon the litregoing pHitioii that Tuesday, October fourteenth, nineteen hundred and nineteen, in the Orphans' Court in the City of Anna mils, Maryland, at 10:30 o'clock, A. M„ be ini] the name la hereby designated a* the place and time of meeting of all iterson* ■litttled to partietputiou In the distribti lon of the residue of the estate of Daniel Parke Custl*. deceased, late of Auue Arun del enmity, and warning is hereby given nidi persona or persons, if known, and all persona interested as distributees or other wise in the residue of the decedent's estate io lie and appear in person, by guardian, oillcltoc or agent, on or before the day tamed in such order for distribution oi •ayuient. GEO. W. HYDE, C. J„ MAYNARD CARR. A. J., LEMON BEALL, A. J. True Copy, Test: ODEN B. DUCKETT, Register of Wills. AN ORDINANCE To amend the revised code of the City of Vnnnpolis. by addntg thereto an additional irticle to be known as Article XLVII. title 'Traffic” and six sections \tbereof to be 'ittowu and numbered as Sections 1,2, 3, 4. i, and tf respectively. Section 1. lit it established and ordained y the Mayor, Counselor and'Aldermen of lie City of Annapolis, that the Revised ’ode <if the City of Annapolis be and the •ante is hereby amended by adding thereto in additional article to lie known ns Ar- Iclo XLVII, title ’‘Traffic” and six section* hereof to be known and numbered as Sec lon* 1,2, 3, 4. 5, and 0 respectively and o read as follows: Section 1. It shall be unlawful for an} - •orporatlon, company, partnership or iudi .'idmil to operate or cause to he operated ►y any of Its. their or Ids employee, em tioyees, servant, servants, agent or agent* my electrical or other motive power drivei •nilway cars or trains of cars over tie it roots, avenues, laues, circles or alleyi vithin the corporate limit* of the City o' Vnnnpolis exceeding two oars in a train. Section 2. It Shall be unlawful for nny •orporatlon, company, partnership or indl I'ldual to operate or ennse to be operate, ty any of Its, thdr or ids employee, em ployees. servant, servants, agent or agents my electrical or other motive power drivei railway cars or trains of cars over tin streets, avenues, lanes, circles or alley; within the corporate limits of the City o' Xmiapolls at a distance of less than on< hundred yards from any railroad ears oi ‘rains of ears which may or might 1m mediately proceed, over any of the streets tvenues, lanes, circles or alleys within tin 'orporate limits of the City of Auuapolfs. Section 3. It shall be unlawful for anj ■orporatlon. company, partnership or indi Hdual operating or causing to I>p o|erate<' by any of its, their or his employee, em ployees, servant, servants, agent or agents my electrical or other motive power drivei railway ears or trains of cars over tin streets, avenues, laues, circles or alley; within the corporate limits of the City o' Vims polls, to stand or park the same ot my of the streets, avenues, lane*, circle; >r alleys within the corporate limits of th< ”lty of Annapolis, except for the purpos; >f receiving or discharging passenger* This section not to apply to standing o narking of railway cars or trains of car; ■in King George Street lietween Randal Street and the wharf of the Annapolis '"lniborue Ferry on north track or to ap nly when standing or parking of any rail way cars or trains of cars is caused by m accident, failure of motive power or any ither cause over which the said corpora Mon. company, partnership or Individual Its, their or his employee, employees, serv tut. servants, agent or agents, has no con trol. Section 4. It shall be unlawful for any ■orporatlon, company, partnership or Indi ridual operating or causing to be operated bv any of lta. their or hia employee, em •loyees, servant, servants, agent or agents ■my electrical or other notice driven rail way cars or trains of cars over the streets iveuues. laues. circles or alleys within ttu ■orporate Emits of the City of Annapoiir it a speed to exceed ten (10) miles pei hour. Section 5. It shall be unlawful for any •orporatlon. company, partnership or indi .idnal operating or causing to be operate' **y any of its. their, or bis employee, em ployees. servant, servants, agent or agents iny electrical or other motive power drivei railway cars or trains of cars over th* itreets. avenues, lanes, circles or alleys within the corporate limits of the Oty of Ynnapolis to use or display any blinding •r glaring .head or search light within tie ■orporate limits of the City of Annapolis Section A. Any corporation, company ■lartnershtp or indldlvunl or its. their, oi Ms employee, employees, servant, sonant* >gent or agents, offending against any o f •be preceding sections shall be subject to r me -f mo less than fl” more that •wenty dollar*- to b* recovered as othei loo# ami penalties now aw. Section 2. And be tt further established ind ordained by the authority aforesaid bat this ordinance shall take effect from be date of its passage. Approved September 19th. 1919. JOHN J. LO T. Mxywr. Attest: * FRANK R. SMITH. City Clerk. , *U- It is always advisable to polish new boots before wearing them, and, in or der that they should take the blacking well it is a good plan 'to rub them over ®m with a cut lemon. Leave them to dry thoroughly, then black in the usual manner, and the polish ob tained will be most satisfactory. There is more Catarrh la this sec- * tion of the country than all other dls- . eases put together, and tor years H was supposed to be incurable. Doc tors prescribed local remedies, and by constantly failing to cure with lo cal treatment, pronounced it* incur able. Catarrh is a local diseaae, greatly influenced by constitutional conditions and therefore requires con- ( stitntional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medicine, manufactured by F. J. Che ney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is a constitu tional remedy, is taken internally and jacts thru the Blood on the Mucuous j Surfaces of the System. One Hundred i Dollars reward is offered for any case jlhat Hall’s Catarrh Medicine fails to Icure. Send for circulars and testi monials. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. Ohio. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall'a Family Pills for constipation. As a bad man, it isn't every gang ster that can make good. The trials of life are many, and we usually have to pay the costs of the Court proceedings. PROPOSALS Bids will be received by the City Com missioner until 12 o'clock, noon, Tuesday. -September 30tb, RMS. for laving 8-illHi T. C. sewer on Monument street, place tu position 8 inches by six Inches Y s for house connection*; construct onWuiMiibole on Washington street aiol connect Monu ment street sewer with Washington street For* laying 8-lndi T. C. sewer on Craig street, about tint feet; place in position two eight inches bv six inches Y' s: sewer to be about 4 or 5 feet deep at starting point (starting point intersection of Brown and Blum pnqierty) with the proper fall. lotylng IS-ltich T. C. sewer on King George street, under the pavement along the Naval Academy wall, thruiigli the wall at the ena or the street; construct one manhole on the pavement and connect with manhole oft King George street at the intersection of Holland street. Contractin' shall make his own measurements and give a unit price on each piece separately for work complete. The right Is reserved to erject uiiy or all bids. For further in formation and specifications, apply to W. It. VANS.WT. „og city Commissioner. NOTICE LIST OF APPOINTMENTS. JriricK or the Board or SorKßvisoßs or Elections roR Anne Arundel COCSTT, M. Annapolis, Md., Sept. Id, 1919. At a meeting of the Board of Sni>orvisors •f Elections f<’r Annr Arundel County, Md., odd in the Cuort House n< Antrapolis, Md.. he following men were selected ns Associate fudges and Clerks of election for the several lection prcincts, as required by the election xwh of the Code of Pnbiic General Laws of •larvland. Th-v are hereby notified to appear •afore the Board on Tuesday, September 23rd, i 919, at 11 A. M . to qualify: FIRST DISTRICT First Precinct Associate Judges—W. 8 Glover, Rep , Gallo •avs; Elliott CaUerton, Doin.. West River. Clerks Wm. Sheppard, Dein, Bayard; Ed ar N. Ward, Rep., laghian. Second Product Associate Judges—J. Fletcher Ijoe, T>em , Vuith River; James K. Larrimore, Rep, South tiver. Clerks— Bernard Williams, D-m . Davidson die; Newton Collinson, Rep., South River. SECOND DISTRICT First Precinct Associate Judges—August Snyder, Pem., ’.ast|Kirt; J. Chauncry Suit, Rep., Eastport. Clerks—Clausen Kelly, Deni., East|>ort; J. T. Phillips, Rep.. Ensßiort. Second Precinct Associate Judges—Win. H. Anderson, Bern., ’hrsterfleld: J. E. Lane, Rep., Millersvillo. Clerks—ib-nj. Watkins, Jr.. Dent., Chostrr ield; Usury Ehhng, Rep., Annapolis, R. F. D. Third Precinct Associate Juliges—Thomas IT. Westbrook, loro., Cedsr Park; James Woodward, Rep., Vest Annapolis. Clerks —George E. Grade, Pern., German own; Thomas S. Barrow, Ilep., Parole. THIRD DISTRICT First Precinct Associa’e Judges—A. A. Stincheomb, Pein.. I ’esadena, R. F. P.; Levin R. Parker, Rep., Hen Burnle. Clerks —Albert Boggo, Pern., Glen Bur de; Ellsworth Tracey, Rep., Pasadena. Second Precinct Associate Judges—Severn K. Arnold, Dem., Vmolds; R. T. Brice, Rep., Annajiolis, M. R. Clerks —Horae# Carson, Pern., Arnolds; *erry R. Jenkins, Rep., Arnolds. f FOURTH DISTRICT First Precinct Associate Judges—Wm. M. MeKnew, Bern., iillersvillo; J. A. Stewart, Rop., Annapoljs unction. Clerks —Jacob Meyer, Pom., Wood ward ville; leorge W. Chandler, Rep., Gainbrilla. Second Precinct Associate Judges—Milton M. Higgs, Pern., lanover, it. F. D.; Henry Woodward, Rep.. tillersviila. Clerks —James R. Turner, Pern.. Odcnton; ’hiiip Rep., Severn, R. F. D. FIFTH DISTRICT First Precinct Associate Judges—John E. Hamlen, Pern , math Baltimore: Herman T. Blair, Rep., Brooklyn, A. A. Co. Clerks—- W. Raymond Gischel. Pom., Brook n, A. A. Co.: Cyrvne J. Biminona, Rep., irooklyn, A. A. Co. Second Precinct Associate Judges—Chas. V. Gable, Dem.. 'lanover; A. E. Ripple, Rep., Hanover, R ■. D. Clerks —W. 11. Linthicum, Dem., Llnthicum leights; Philip Morgan, Rep., Glen Burnie. SIXTH DISTRICT First Precinct Associate Judges—Myers T. Boucher, Dem., Vnnapdis; Wm. F. Minnick, Rep., Annapolis. , Clerks —P. A. Maccaluso, Dem., Annapolis: Varreu Feld mover, Rep., Annapolis. / Second Precinct Associate Judges—George W. Clark, Jr., em., Annapolis; James l>. Feldmeyer, Rep., Vnn apoiis. Clerks —Wm. E. Gantt, Dem, Annapolis; Paul Medford, Rep., Annapolis. Third Precinct Associate Judges—Pan! Winchester, Dem., Ynnapoliac Eugene Cornell, Rep., AnnUpolis. Clerks —Robert BciWe, Dem., Annapolis; 1. Barton Wooley, Rep., Annapolis. Fourth Precinct Associate Judges—Thomas H. Btinchcomb, Tem., Annapolis; William Russell, Rep., An •apoiis. Clerks —Philip Guienot, Dem., Annapolis; Y. Morris Feldmeyer, Rep., Annapolis. EIGHTH DISTRICT First Precinct Associate Judges—Elliott Owens, Dem . tris’ol: Henry E. Rawlings, Rep.. Grennock ' Orb—J. E.* Ftvnn. Dem., McKeudree. Vilbur F. Petherbridge, Rep., Rutwcll. Second Precinct Associate Judges—Wm. O. Osndsll. Dam., "Thurchton : t T . G. Turner, Rep., Shady Ride. Clerks—-Wm. T. Rodger*. Dem., Charehton ; , '"baric* Larson, Rep.. Shady Ride. By Order of tb Boned: ALFRED H. PF.BRIE, President. JAMER r. PTRAKOR. WILLIAM H. MEADE, Supervisor* ot Elections for Anne Agaadai County, Maryland. , CLTKTON S. BHAW, Clerk. September 16, 1919. "w *; ;. ■* tv-• "v . / Advertising \ h this piper will brin I 1 I food returns on the m X money lotested d* / mmmLammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmrnm . ~f CLASSIFIED ADS. LOST AHD form*. WiIJSR FOB SAUK AND FOB BBMT $> All eiaMtfW* itfrertliMMOtt <„ wards or Imm. first lnwrtfu, Bt BabmuMit insertions, oss iwit ■ word. Ovw SB word* two costa a word firat insertion s: : :s :• 0 11 ■ ■ 11 1 ■■■" 11 """ 1 - o MONET TO LOAN HONEY TO LOAN—Monsy t© loan ©a mortgage. Apply to Wlnaon G g©m AnnapoPs, Md. Jjlß-tf MOXitV TO LOAN—Ou mortgage In iwif to suit on reasonable terms. Partin' navment allowed. James M. Munroe, At torney, LOST LOST —White and yellow collie dog; 4 * moutha old. Answers to name of •‘Hess. Howard. SI Kaudnll street. s-M LOST —Hound gold locket; lirttlala “It. It.” Howard If returned to 129 West street. atM-tf WANTED TO RENT H ANTED TO KENT—A house in Kaatport or West Annapolis. Apply to 11. C. F.. Box 597. Annapolis. 9-tf POSITIONS WANTED POSITION WANTKU—Young man attend ing St. John's College desires to obtain work on Saturdays: clerical perferred. Address Edward A. Laukford, St. John's College. 524 POSITION WANTEIV^-Kxlierlenoed steno grapher and typist desires position in Annapolis, l’houe WS2. sdO WANTED WANTED—A laundress. Apply 18# Green Ircet. 25 WANTED —Capable girl for general house maid. Apply (>9 Shipwright street. s2ti WANTED —Ooni|*etent cook; small family. Call between 5 and ti p. in., 109 King George street. s2o WANTED —Good eook. Apply 34 Mary land uveuue. s'-'7 WANTED—A plaid eook. 167 Given street. t-24 WANTED —Competent woman for general housework to remain at nights. Good home and salary. Address No. 221, Box 597. 24 WANTED —Comiwtent woman for took and general work. Apply 2d Franklin street after 8 I’. M. •‘-'7, WANTED —Several house cleaners; 81.50 per day and boaru Apply Carvel Hull Housekeeper. fi2l WANTED —Cook and nurse. 209 Hanover street. 524 WANTED —To rent small place, 1 to 15 acres, near Annapolis, with option of buying. A. V. Duckworth, Pasadena Md. s 20 WANTED —At U. S. Naval Academy im mediately 10 carpenters, $5.92 per duv: work for (ill days. Apply at ofli • of Labor Board, U. S. Naval Academy. sl9 tf WANTED —A boy to lear:i the printing trade. Must be N years of age and have good education. Apply to Advertiser Office. * a22-tf FOB SALE " FOR SALE—Double bed complete; Ladies' desk; sturdy table and chair; reed living room set; cretonne draperies; 1 small table; 2 kitchen chairs; wicker rocker; child's crib, and hath tub; 2 laundry tubs and boiler; 5 dozen Mason Jars. Telephone after 9n. m.. Phone 542. 527 FOR HALE—Sturgis baby carriage. In ex cellent condition; also three-burner gas plute. Phone 553-M. 524 FOR HALE—Fpright piano, in good con dition. Apply 9 Southgate avenue. 523-tf FOR RALE—Very desirable building lot. corner Ilill and Jefferson streets; .‘2; 73 by 120 ft. Apply 13 Hidgewood avenue. e24 FOR HALE—Ti-pnssenger Overland touring car, with self-starter; In good condition, r Apply Stehle's Garage. 527 FOR HALE—Dirt for grading. Anyone wishing same can communicate with E. €. Heine, 15 Dean street, city. sl9-tf FOR HALE—Lot and dwelling Known as No. 57 Calvert street. Chas. F. Lee. ►5-tf - - -- - FOR SALE —One Puritan oil stove; two burners, with oven. Three years old and In fairly good condition. Trice very cheap. Apply Capital Office. FORMSALE Attractive six-room bungalow, both hot and cold water, electricity .fireplace, gar ag?. fruit. Lot 200x159. Will divide lot. Price $5.00. 485 Chester Avenue. Eastport. six rooms, porches, fruit, large lot Price $2,150. 40 Madison Street. 9 rooms and bath, porch, deep lot. Price $3,750. 41 Madison Street, 9 rooms, bath, fur nace, etc. Splendid lot. Price $5,750. 327 West Street. 6 rooms, bath and at tic. front aud back porches. Price $2,800. Attractive snhnrban cottage. 3 bed rooms, each with large closets; living room, parlor, dining room, pantry and kitchen; bath, furnace, electric lights, sewer, etc.; garage. Lot 60x132 feet 4*riee $4,500. No. 85 Fast Street, sis rooms, bath, con crete cellar. Price SI,OOO. 118 Charles Street, six rooms, bath and other conveniences. Price $3,750. CHAS. F. LEE TEL. 803 si 5-tf FOB BENT FOR RENT—2TS-acre stock sud grain farm on Chesapeake Bay, near Church ton, Anne Arundel county. Applicant must have stock and equipment. Eugene P. Childs. 524-tf FOR RENT—Six-room apartment at West Annapolis, in first-class condition. Ap ply Edwin S. Norris, West Annapolis. FOR RENT—Furnished attractive, modern residence and garage at Wardoer. Win ter supply of coal and wood In cellar. Phone 843 for particulars. ol FBB BENT—Furnished rooms. 109 Prince Ueurge street. 5 35 FOB BENT—Furnished rooms with bath second floor; $lO to sl2. 202 Duke of Gloucester street. FOB BBNT—One double room famished* overlooking Naval Academy. Phone 743-Si. FOB BENT—Upright piano; $5.00 per month. Apply G. Chaney. 129 We* gggk s!3-tf FOB BENT—Three desirable furnished rooms. Well located. Address 214, Box W7. .8-tf if aftTi ‘i'Af .. L?- NOTICB OF REGISTRATION Tn tha Voters of Anne Arundel County. Md : Under provisions of Section 14. Chapter 719 Acta of 191*. noth* is hereby given that the Registration Officers for the several pre cincts will sit foe the purpose of revising the REGISTRATION LISTS of Anne Arundel j Countv, Maryland, by adding the names n! new voters, making tranafers. etc., between the hours of 8 o'clock A. M and 7 o'clock P M see (Instructions of Attorney General. Page j 198 of Registration and Election Laws) on the following dates and at the several polling (daces named below 1 First Sitting, Tuesday. Sept. 30. 1919 .Second Sitting, Tuesday. October 7,1919 Third Sitting, Tuesday, October 14, 1919 (For Revision Only) Xo" New Names Will he Added at Third Silting first district First Frerinrt —Polling House. Second Precinct—d'oiling House. SECOND DISTRICT First Precinct —Polling House, Ksstport Second Precinct —Polling House. Third Pre oinct —Polling House, Germantown. THIRD DISTRICT First Precinct—Polling House. Second Precinct' —Polling House. FOURTH DISTRICT First Precinct —rolling House. Second Precinct —Polling House. FIFTH DISTRICT First Precinct —Krai's Siorc, Brooklyn Heights. Second Precinct—Polling House, Shipley Station. SIXTH DISTRICT First Precinct- —Polling Bouse, East street Second Precinct —Assembly Rboms (first floor). Third Precinct —Polling House on Second street. Fourth Precinct —New Pol! •ing House on Culvert street. EIGHTH DISTRICT First Precinct —Polling House at McKen •tree Second Precinct Polling House. By order of the Board : ALFRED H. PKRUIK, President. JAMER F STRANGE, WILLIAM H. MEADE, Supervisors of Kl<m lions for Anne Arundel County, Maryland. CLINTON 8 SHAW, Clerk. September 16, 1919. ESTABLISHED 1874 I The Annapolis Savings Institution I WEST STREET I Total Assets, . . . $900,000.90 I Number of Depositors, . . |,; ( hi 1 Tays 4 per cent interest on Deposits. Payable January ! • Bm | jlllf I Ist. Compound interest paid on deposits not \\ ith.tr ,an I Depository of City and County Sinking Funds. Depository of T ri „ I Funds. I All its investments and entire Management subject to annual Maa II iuation by State Bank Examiners. I Loans money on first mortgage of Real Estate on eii.-v terms p,. || tial payments allowed. Also on note with approved culiateni || FRANK 11. STOCKETT, . . President | WM. N. WOODWARD, . . Vice-Presid-nt | B. ALLEIN WELCH, .... ( ~sti„ r I SAMUEL BROOKE. . Assistant (’.Miner I JAMES M. MIJNROE s<ilint..r I Banking Hours: 9A.M. to .‘1 I*. M. SaturdM): 9 .4. >l. hi li jf. I I A. W. SHARPE l o o Optician 136 Main Street o - o ANNAPOLIS. MARYLAND o o (iO 0 00 OSOCO 00 000 fTre INSURANCE REAL ESTATE rUBKIRHED HOUSER FOB BENT NOTARY PUBLIC ARTHUR B. WHEATLEY No. 17 School Street CHARLES M. CARLSON 100 GLOUCESTER HT. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER PHONE 37 Call motet and Plans Famished W. B. CHILDS Electrical Contractor Office and Shop—l 79 Condolt Street Phnne 700 GEO. W. JONES Circulating Library The following books have been added to the Library • ’’The Dwelling Place of Light," by Win aton Churchill. “The Inevitable Balance, Sheet,” by Ka rina Truth. “A Circuit Rider'• Wife,” by Cora Har ris. “Kenny,’* by Leonora Dairymple. “My Four Years In Germany,’* by J. W. Gerard. “Where Your Treasurer la.” by Holman Day. “The Clue la The Air," by Isabel Os trander. TERMB:—New Books, te per day. Old Baoka. Is. per day. “The Bank That Brought 4 Per Ct j to Annapolis.” y . The Annapolis Bank OW THt EASTERN SHORE TKtKT CO. Church Circle Gloucester Street Banking Hoars: 9A, M. to I P. *. Satoriay: A.M.to li *• ■ * * * —————— 4 Per Cent Paid on Savings Accounts | Checking Accounts Solicited rr W. MEAUI CHARLES- V. LEE . (H niMMII J. THOMPSON <*♦*<*' JOHN M. OMEN itll* JAMES . nr IN SON O. Dtrwtons _,|l < w E | H * _ W. MEADE HOLLADAY, CHARLES r. LEE. T r - r T Nf*I rB ORLANDO BIDOCT, JOHN <H>P. DOI'W. . (l . (,OTT. *. BOLAND BROWN. WILLIAM H. THOMAS. Safe Deposit Boxes ■ """ w.b.&a *id.(ity tfrhin ala I Htf Hour!V Servl~ ,7~ , Between v,„„. '.. n * *t>* Wnulilm: 1 '", ;■. i.f,., , i ): ,H Academy .1 H '' " r '"'lfOUi I M 5.,.. ■ 5.10. \r ro 0 -ft m ,,, M 11 V" ' v v t, ■ S t -.V M r-v r, -.M m . . 1 y;> *J ■ j 11.2.. 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I Savings Bank Buildin; I AnnniMills, M 4. I | WILLIAM H. Ml| IHAET BUn.DINO J Annapolis, Marylandll IFlr Insurance AuetioaHi Money Loaned on Morts4* Houses Rented Kent Collected Helpful Hints * Put egga to be stuffed in cold n’. 9 as soon as they leave the Small pieces of camphor seated in (lie cupboards keep away the u Cheese dishes siiould be the \ ■ the meal at which they are h ‘ r ' Prized linens should be airi • least once a year on a dry. bright , Put away decorated china ph"'- ” tween round pieces of can'-ui A wooden spoon i 4 best fu c< cause the round liatidlf? does no. •* Ihe hands.