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~ ►HE EVENING CAPITAL AND MARYLAND GAZETTE. ANN APOLIS. MARYLAND. WEDNESDAY, OCTOfeER 1.
iE timing QLapital AND *Tu YLAND * Oil *TT MtbdiM 17*7. AVNAFOLU, HD. PibUibcd Dally Except Sunday by THH CAPITAL. PUBLISHING COMPANY THE EVENING CAPITAL la an aale at tbe following pi area: Georg* W. Jones 194 Mala St. nuiiaui **< hint sc 34 West Mt. Goo J. Darla 74 Maryland At*. Cbas. U. Feldmcyer M Maryland Are. Martin Raoa.li..for. Randall A King Geo. William 8aker....... Went and Cathedral. Delivered In Anna [ml la. Eastport, Ger mantown and Went Anna poll* by carrier for 30 cent* i*er mootk. You can have the EVENING CAPITAL mailed to yo'u when away from the city by tearing your name au.l addresa at tbe office, for 110 cent# per month; 53.50 per rear, pity.ibln in adrance. to any Poatofficc in United 8 tales or Canada. Entered at Annapolis Poatoffice aa Second Claaa Matter. i .i ‘ _ I Mrmler of The Aaaociated Press The Associated I'rca* la oxelu alvcly entitled to the uae for re puhllcntlon of all newa crellted (<• It or Hot otherwise credited In thla |>a|tcr mid nlao the local newa puhllNlicd herein. All rights of rcpuhllcatlon of a|eclnl dis l.atclica herein are ulso reserved. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1919. Democratic State Ticket GENERAL ELECTION NOV. 4 FOR GOVERNOR. ALBERT C. RITCHIE. Baltimore City. FOR ATTORNEY-GENERAL TIIOMAH J. KEATING. If u ecu Anne'a Co. FOR COMPTROLLER OF STATE TREASURY. E. BROOKE I.EK, Montgomery Co. FOR CLERK OF COURT OF APPEALS. CALEB. C. MAGUIIIKU, Prince George's Co. COUNTY TICKET FOR STATE SENATOR. A. THEODORE BRADY. FOR HOCSE OF DELEGATES. JAMES O. ATWELL. W. MEADE HOLLA DAY. JOHN H. RODGERS. BERNARD J. WIEGARD. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. DANIEL N. ARMIGEU. ST. GEORGE BARBER. It. WILSON CARR. MAHLOM DISNEY. K. LEE HARDESTY. HENRY B. MYERS. JAMES A. WALTON. FOR JUDGES OF ORPHANS' COURT. LEMON BEALL. Slt. 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. THE SUN 11AY SCHOOLS The annual convention of the Anne Arundel Sunday School As m sociatiun, being held at the First Presbyterian Church today, is of great importance to the moral welfare of the county. In bring ing together the workers of the Sunday schools it has a distinct value. Practically all the children in Anne Arundel are, or should he. connected with the Sunday schools, and on one day in the week they are taught from the Bible those precepts and examples that are certain to have an influ ence, often of a determining char acter, upon their future lives. Any community is judged, in a large measure, by the effectiveness of its Sunday schools, and whatever increases their attendance and usefulness is of vital concent to - the whole community. The devoted men and women, who are giving their time and energies to upbuilding and admin istering these institutions in Anne Arundel are performing an indis pensable and lasting service to .their own generation and those to follow. HELP THE HOSPITAL Every citizen of Annapolis has a close interest in the drive being! made this week to raise a fund that wiU provide a permanent in come for maintenance. While the calls upon the gen erosity of our people have been many in the past two or three years, there is no reason for turn- ! i ing a deaf ear to the present ap— peal. The Emergency Hospital is an institution the city cannot afford to do without, and every man, woman and child in the town has a direct interest in it| ( Even if you can afford to give but little, give that quickly. Xhe size of the contribution is not the es sential thing. What is essential is that the duty and privilege of helping the hospital should be recognized by all Annapolitans. and that all should help according to their means. If you have one dollar for the cause send it to Mrs. Edgar Pasil. And if you ought to give one hundred dollars, or any other sum. greater or smaller, don’t delay your contribution. The hospital is at the instate J service of the sick and the injured j can he no delay when itr j efficient facilities are required by j suffering Response t< the effort l>eing made this week to provide it with a permanent in come should likewise be instant | Give quickly and give all you can afford for this worthiest of i objects. Items From Severaa Park. Mr. John A. Lamoii, who wan appoiut ’ ed postmaster at Boone several months ajjo, has entered actively on his duties. The poatofficc is located in the new briek station built during the past summer and is more handsomely housed than any office on the Short Line road. Accompanied by his sons, Masters Otto and Hume Molter, Mr. Otto L. Molter has completed an extensive mo tor trip through the New England States and Canada. Their principal stopping places were the White and Green Mountains, Montreal and Bos ton.* NOTICE TO niEDITORg Notice Is hereby given that the sub , scrlber, of Anne Arundel county, has ob | tallied from the Orphans' Court of Anne i Arundel county, in Maryland, letters of > administration on the personal estate of Louis Taylor Ford, late of Anne Arundel j county, deceased. All persons 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 i 30th DAY OF MARCH. 1930. They may otherwise, by law, be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All persons j Indebted to ssld estate are requested to make immediate payment. til von under my hand this Slrd day of September, 1919. SARAH M. FORD, td Administratrix. mmCE TO < KEHITOKS That the subscriber, of Anne Arundel county, lias obtained from the Orphans' Court of Anne Arundel county, in Mary land, letters of administration oil the per sonal estate of Sully Phelps, late of Aline Arundel county, deceased. Ail itersoiis having claims against the deceased. ar hereby warned to exhibit the same, with i the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, or or before the 32nd DAY OF MARCH, I*3o. They may otherwise, by law, be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All persum Indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment. Given under my baud this ltith day of September, 1919. HATTIE PHKLPH, td Administratrix. PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE PERSONAL PROPERTY ON BURNETT’S FARM I.oca ted on tbe Annapolis Boulevard, about two miles from Brooklyn. Take Curtis Bay car to Brooklyn, then Cedar Hill buses direct to place of snle. MONDAY. OCT. 13th, AT 11 O'CLOCK A. M. The following personal pr>,erty, to wit: One S-ld International Tractor. A dem oustration wl'.l he given on the farm and man furnished to teach anyone If neoes sary. One new Potato Digger with engine attached. One Emerson Low-down Manure Spreader, practically new. One 5-horse power Gusolitfr Engine. One 6-horsepowei Boiler. One Lime Spreader. One Ha> Kicker. One Ilay Rake. Two 2-horm Farm Wagons. Lot of Plow Harness. 1.0 l of Double Set Harness. Lot of Cart Ilnr ness. Picking Baskets. Steel Drums for gasoline. 00-gallon Oil Tank. One lnrg< Table. One Lot Rye Straw. Ten Stack; Hay. about 40 to 50 tons. One lot corn li field about 8 acres. Four Horses. A lo! of Plows. Harrows. Cultivators, Rakes Does, Shovels, Picks. Mattocks. Axes Wheelbarrows. Power Saw and Mandrel Pl|e. Brass Spigots, empty Barerls. new Gate Valves. One-bushel Baskets. Toma to Boxes made to order. One new Grind stone and Stand. One-ton I). B. Martii Uaw hone. One 1-2-eoil Barbed Wire. Oni lot Nttmfe Soda. One lot Kainit. 80 Hot bed Sashes. One Heavy Road Roller. Onr Laud Roller. Oue Spike-Tooth Harrow. One Road Scoop. Two Lawn Mowers Sledge Hammers, Iron Wedges, Stoves One Mowing . Mach Ire. goods were al bought new with few exceptions. On Ontario Seed Drill. Brier Hooka am’ Scythes, Crosscut Saws. Hog Wire, ‘JO< feet Garden Hose, Iron Hog Troughs, etc. ete. By order W. A. BURNETT, owner. Terms: Cash. . N. B. LOBE A CO. 012 Auctioneers. PROPOSALS Bids will he received by iue City Com missioner until 12 o'clock. uooji. Tuesday, September 39th. I*l9, for laying R-Ineb T. aewer on Mouumeut street, place In position 8 inches by six inches Y’s for house connections: Construct one manhole on Washington street and connect Monu ment street sewer with Washington street sewer. For laying S-lnch T. C. sewer on Craig street, about 190 feet; place In position two eight Inches by six Inches Y"s: sewer to he shout 4 or 5 feet deep at starting polut (starting point Intersection of Brown and Blum prn*erty> with the proper fall Laying 18-Inch T. C. sewer on King I George street, under the pavement along tbe Naval Academy wall, through the waP lat the eno of the street; construct on* manhole on the pavement and connect with manhole on King tJeorge atreet at th* Intersection of Holland street. Contractoi shall make bis own measurements and give a unit [trice on each piece separately for work complete. The right Is reserved to erject any or all bids. For further In formation and specifications, apply to W. n. VANS A NT. 529 City Commissioner. / Advertising \ hi tills paper will bring I m good returns on tin a \aooey invited m / PROPOSALS Estimate* will be received up to noon October I*. Ml*, to rebuild tbe eating house on tbe northeast side of the fish market. All Information can be obtained ffipm either of the Committee on Market House. JOHN H. WELLS. Chairman, ELMER B. PARKINSON, WILLIAM U. McCREADY. ofi ORDER OF PUBLICATION In tbe ‘Matter of the Estate of I ten tel ] Parke Custis, ltece^sed. Orphans’ Court of Anne Arundel County. Ordered this ninth day of September, nineteen hundred and nineteen, upon the foregoing [M-tlUon that Tuesday, October . fourteenth, alneteea hundred and nineteen. In the Orphans' Court in the City of Antut polls. Maryland, at 10:30 o’clock, A. M.. be and the same is hereby designated as tbe pl*<-e and time of meet lug of all person; entitled to participation in the distrihu tion of the residue of the estate of Daniel Parke Custis, deceased, late of Anne Amu del county, and warning Is hereby given such persons or peraous. if kuowu, and ail liersous Interested as distributees or other wise In tbe resldne of the decedent's estate to be and appear in [lerson, by guardian, solicitor or agent, on or before the day named in such order for diatributioa oi payment. GEO. W. HYDE. C. J., MAYNARD CARII, A. J.. LEMON BEALL. A. J. True Copy, Teat: ODEN B. DUCKETT, Register of Wills. I AN ORDINANCE To amend tbe reviaed cotie of the City oi Annapolla. by addnig thereto an udditiona article to he known ns Article XLVIi, tlth "Traffic" and six sections thereof to In known and numbered as Sections 1,2, 3, 4 5, and (J respectively. Section 1. Be It established and ordained • by the Mayor. Counselor and Aldermen oi . the City of Annapolis, that the Revises , Code of the City of AunapoHs be an<V th same is hereby amended by adding thereti t an additional nrtbde to be known ns Ar , tlele XLVII, title "Traffic" and six section* 1 thereof to lie known and numbered ns Sec . lions 1,2, 4,5, and G respectively am' ( to read us follows: Section 1. it shall be unlawful for anj • corporation, com puny, partnership or itidl vldual to operate or cause to be oi*erated . by any of Its. their or his employee, em 1 ployees, servant, servants, agent or agents 1 my electrical or other motive power drlvei , railway cars or trains of cars over tin 1 streets, avenues, lanes, circles or alley* within the corporate limits of the City o' Annapolis exceeding two cars in a train. , Section 2. It shall be unlawful for any corporation, company, partnership or indl vldual to operate or caUM> to he operate, bv miy of Its, their or bis employee, em ployees, servant, servants, agent or agents • any electrical or other motive power drtvei railway cara or trains of cars over tin • streets, avenues, lanes, circles or alley* r within the corporate limits of the City o' r Annapolis at a distance of leas than oin I hundred yards from any railroad cars o : trains of cars which nmy or might tin ’ mediately proceed, over any of the streets uvenues. lanes, circles or alleys within th . corporate limits of the City of Annapolis. Section 3. It shall be unlawful for air corporation, company, partnership or Indl I vldual operating or causing to be o|*erate< , by any of Its. their or bis employee, ein , ployees, servant, servants, agent or ageuts iiiy electrical or other‘motlve power drive’ r railway cars or (rains of cara over th streets, avenues, lanes, circles or alley within the corporate limits of the City o Annapolis, to stand or park the same o ■my of the streets, avenues, lanes, circle .*r alleys within the corporate limits of tin City of Annapolis, except for the purpos' •if receiving or discharging passengers I This section not to apply to standing o parking of railway cars or trains of car: >n King George Street, between Randal Street and the wharf of the Annapolis ■ Claiborne Ferry on north traek or to ap ’ nly when standing or parking of uny rail way ears or trains or ears to caused b‘ • in accident, failure of motive power or aa; other cause over which the said corpora ’lon, company, partnership or Individual ts, their or his employee, employees, serv mt. servants, agent or ageuts, has no con 1 ‘rol. Section 4. It shall be unlawful for an: •orporatlon, company, partnership or Indl vldual operating or causing to be operate* *>y any of its. their or his employee, ein ployees, servant servauta, agent or agent; my electrical or other notive driven rail way cars or trains of cars over tbe street?' ivenuc*. lanes, circles or alleys within th •orporatc limits of the City of Aunapoll it n speed to exceed ten (10) miles pe hour. Section 5. It shall be unlnwful for an: ■orporatlon, company, partnership or Indl vldual operating or causiug to l*e operate' >y nay of its, tlielr, or his employee, ein ployees, servant, servants, agent or agent; • my electrical or other motive power drive ‘ railway cars or trains of ears over th* ' streets, avenues, lanes, circles or alley: within the corporate limits of the City o' VimapoHs to nse or display any blindim *r glaring head or search light within th •orporate limits of the City of Ann.ipollF , Section G. Any corporation, company j onrtnershlp or iudidlvunl or Its, their, o iis employee, employees, servant, serv nut? igent or agents, offending against any o be preceding sections shail be SHbJect to * 'lne of no* less than? It'* i!- more *iia ‘wenty dollars to be recovered as othe locs ami penalties now a*X‘. Section 2. And be it further establiahe* mil ordained by the authority aforvsnb ’bat this ordinance shall take effect frou he date of Its passage. Approved September 19th, 1919. JOHN 1 LEVY, Mayor. Vttest: FRANK R. SMITH, City Clerk. of PUBLIC SALE —of VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE By authority of the owner. I will offer to public aale at 217 King George street. An napolis, Maryland on FRItIAY.'OCTOBER 3rd, 1919. Commencing at 10.30 A. M., The foßowing household furniture: Walnut writing desk, three cherry wood ‘able*. Mahogany wardrobe, two Walnut wardrobes, two Walnut bureaus. lot of rhair*. tnorrfs chair, refrigerator, four Iron bedsteads, step ladder, laws mower, wash tubs, lot of chlnawsre. some small tables six rugs, three candal&biaft, lot of books three pillows, saw, sx. two cloths racks, mahogany bureau, four mattresses, up holstered arm chair and other articles to© numerous to mention. | TERMS OF’SALE:—Cash: goods to be paid for before removing same. CHARLES F. LEE. Agent Lee Building, Apnapolls, Md. WILLIAM H. MOSS, Auctioneer. oi PUBLIC SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY OF WILLIAM H. BURNS. DECEASED. By virtue of an order of the Orphans' ! Court for Anne Arundel County, the under- ■ signed Will offer at Public Sale, at the late residence of William H. Burns, deceased, at Eastport Maryland, on ( WEDNESDAY. THE IMh DAY OF OCTOBER, 191*. AT 10 O’CLOCK. A. M. Household furniture .consisting of chairs, bedstead*, dining room set table*, desk, book caae. war <1 robe trunk, far rag*, lamps, wood stove and other articles, three pigs, oae heifer, there cow*, carriage doable set of harness, single set of har ness. saddle. Terms of Sale: Cash. NICHOLAS H. GREEN. * • ' 1 ' 1 " Classified Ad LOST AND Fo> FOR SALE A? fit ■OUST TO LOAH ‘ 7 To loan on 9rat mortgage. John 8. Sirs born. Attorney, South street next door to Court House. *25-tf MONEY TO LOAN —Money to loan on mortgage. Apply to Wliuoa O Gott } AnnapoUa. Md. lrlb-tf MONEY TO LOAN—47n mortgage in sums . to suit on reasonable terms. Partial payment allowed. James M. Munroe. At torney, Jylß-tf IN MEMORIAM MtKTKKM \N—In sail, but loving mnem branee of onr wife and norther. “'ounceu year*, dear Mother simx> we b*ute yon **td adieu. Since tbe parting kiss we gave As the angels <-ame for you. To take von to those realms above. Wrapt in the "Heart of Jcsns" Neath "Mary's mantle of untold heavenly love.” Gone, dear Mother. g<*ue But u*t forgotten. BY HUSBAND AND CHILDREN. FOR SALE—Ford 'Touriug Car. H. F. tv raft t M'aruour. e* NOTICE LIST OF APPOINTMENTS. >rric* os thr Boabd or Srpsavisoas or Ei.KCTio.vK ros Anx x Akcndel Covntv, Md. Annapolis, Md., Sept. 16, 1919. At a meeting of the Board of Supervisors f Elections for Anno Arundel County, Md., eld in the Cuort House at Annapolis, Md., he following men were selected as Associate udgea and Clerks of election for the several lection prcincts, as rM|uired by the election iws of Uie ('ode of Pnblic General Laws of tsrvlsnd. They are hereby notified to appear efoiv the Board on Tuesdsv. September 23rd. 1919, at 11 A. M., to qualify: FIRST DISTRICT First Precinct • Associate Judges—W. 8. Glover, Rep., Gallo ays; Elliott Catterton, l>em.. West Hiver. Clerks —Wm. Sheppard. Dem., Bayard; Ed ar N. Ward, Rep., Lothian. Second Precinct Asaociate Judges—J. Fletcher Lee, Dem., outh River; James tt. Larrimorc, Rep., South aver. Clerks—Bernard Williams, Dem., Davidson iile; Ntjwton Colliuson, Rep., South River. , SECOND DISTRICT First Precinct Associate Judges—August Snyder, Dem., astport; J. Chauncey Suit, Rep , Kastport. Clerk*-—Classen Kelly, Dein., Eastport; J. 1. Phillips. Rep., Lamport. Second Precinct Associate Judges—Wm. H. Anderson, Dem., liesterfidd: J. E. I.ane, Rep., Millersville. Clerk-*- -Beni. Watkins, Jr., Dem., Chester eld; Henry Ehling, Rep., Annapolis, It. F. I>. Thfrd Precinct Associate Judgea—Thomas V. Westbrook, 'em.. Cedar Park; James Woodward, Rep., /cst Annapolis. | Clerks—Georce E. Graefe, Dem., German wn; Thomas 8. Barrow, ltep.. Parole. THIRD DISTRICT First Precinct Associate Judges—A. A. Btincbconih, Dem., 'asadens, R. F. D.; Levin R. Parker, Rep., leti Burnie. Clerks—Alhtrt H. Dotrge, Dem , Glen Bur ie; Ellsworth Tracey, Rep., Pasadena. Second Precinct Associate Judges—Severn K. Arnold, Dem., molds; R. T, Brice, Rep., Annapolis, M. K. Cieilfs--'ftojiice ' Carson. * Pein., Arnolds: ‘erry R. Jenkins. Rep., Arnolds. FOURTH DISTRICT First Precinct j Associate Judges—Win. M. McKnrw, Dem., ILllorsville; J. A. Stewart, Rep., Annai*olii< nnction. Clorkv —Jacob Meyer. Dem., Woodwardville; 'corge W. Chandler, R*‘p., Gambrills. Second Precinct Associate Judges—Milton M. TTigg*, Dem., Tanover, R. F. D.; Henry Woodward, Rep., tilleiKviile. , Clerks--James R. Turner. T)em„ Ddcnton; ’hilip A. Myers, Rep., Severn, R. F. D. FIFTH DISTRICT First Precinct Associate Judges—John E. llamlen, Dem., •onth Baltimore; Herman T. Blair, Rep., trooklyn, A. A. Co. Clerks—W. Raymond GisChel, Dem., Brook n, A. A. Os'.; 'Cyrehe J. Simmons, Rep., 'rooklyn, A. A. Co. Second Precinct Associate Judge?—Cbas. V. Oahle, Dem, (aoover; A. E. Ripple, Rep., Hanover, R. f . T>. Clerks—W. 11. Linthicum, Dem., Llnthirnm (eights; Philip Morgan, Rep., Glen Burnie. SIXTH DISTRICT First Precinct Associate Judges—Myers T. Boucher. Dem., nnapolis; Wm. F. Minnick, Rep., Annapolis. Clerks—P. A. Maccsliiso. Dem.. Annapolis; ’arren Feldm-ycr, Rep., Annapolis. Second Precinct Associate Judges—George W. Clark. .Tr., 'em., .Annapolis; James D. FeMmeyer, Rep., Vnnapolis. Clerks—Wm. K. Gantt, Dem., Annapolis; . Paul Medford, Rep., Annapolis. Third Precinct Associate Judges—Paul Winchester, Detn., nnapolis: Eugene Cornell, Rep., Annapolis. Clerks—Enbft Betide, Dem . Annapolia; 5 Burton Wooley, Bep., Annapolis. Fourth Precinct Associate Judflw— Thomas H. Stinchcomh, >em„ Annapolis; WiUiam Rttsscll, Rep., An ispoHs. Clerks—Philip Gnienot. Den*.. Annapolis; W. Morris Feldmeyer, Rep., Annapolia. EIGHTH DISTRICT First Precinct' Associate Judges—Elliott Owens, Dem., Bristol: Henry K. Rawlings, Rep..• t.ren**o<-k Clerk* —J. E. Flynn, Dem., McKendree; A’ilbur F, Pethvrbrldge. Rep., NutwcO. Second Precinct Associate Judges—Wm. G. Crandall, Dem., ’’hurchton; U. G. Turner. Rep., Shady Side. Clerka—Wm. T. Rodgers, Dem., Church ton ; Jbartes I.arson, Rep., Shady Side. By Order of th? Board: ALFRED H. PERRTE, President. JAMES r. STRANGE. WILLIAM H. MEXDE. Saparvisors of Election* tor Anne Arundel Cunty, Maryland. LkNTON B SHAW, Clark. RepSrtntmV IC, 1919 iiotice toCreditors All rersnns having claims against the ■state of „ , Mary L K. fhanmaa, >te of Anne A model Conntv. deceaaed. are hereby Sntltpl to file their eleim*. duly pfobated. with ,qe Clerk of the Clrcnit Court for Anne Arundel County, on or before the 3rd Day of Ksmslwr, 191*. T 'JAMES W. OWENS, 01-8-15-22. Trustee. Laurel Park, Md. OCTOBER 1 to SL RACING INCLUDING RTREPLBCHABEN SEVEN RACES DAILY. FIRST RACE 2P.IL ADMISSION <tac. Gov’t, tax) SLGS SPECIAL TRAINB B. A O. R. R. (Camden Statfa^Bajll more) 12:40, 12.50. Ivertisements I j >FND, WANTED I 1 * ND FOR REST j "" ! LOST i ■ OHT-.-Sct>t 291 h, between Main street, < Church ilMe aud Went aud ***.“’ ' breast pin set with carbuncle and pearls. ] ‘ Reward. IH4 Went street. ®- | bOST—A bunHi of Keys with small screw ' driver. Finder please return to Uojr V. Tydluga. 12M West St. ;t WASTER. - WANTED—A furnished apartment, 3 or. 4 rooms, with modern cottWtdWf*'"- Ap ply Box 225. IVAMTKO —A white woman as working housekeeper. Must stay at ulght. A|o ply to Fraukliu St. W’VNTKD —Experienced sales ladles for selling shoes. Oku earn from *ls to *JS weekly. Apply to Tewcles, 213-19 V Kutaw St.. Baltimore, Md. o. I W ANTED—A white Iron crib with remov able allies. Phone lU3W. tf WANTED—A dishwasher. Apply to 17 frauds street. °- WANTED —A woman to do cooking and i laundry work for a small family. Apply -'ll Gloucester Street. 7t WANTED —Capable girl for general house maid. Apply UD Shipwright atreet. tit WANTED —Young man for office work; j r must be quick and accurate at figures. Apply Auditor, Annapolis Short Llue 3t HELP WANTED—A good colored man to s help lu Bakery. Apply 132 Main st. 030 • WANTED —At U. S. Naval Academy Im mediately 10 carpenters. 16.02 i*er daT: p w ork for 00 days. Apply at offi of 1 I.abor Board, IT. S. Naval Academy. It slO-tf r WANTED TO r£nT WANTED TO RENT—A house In Kastporl or Weat Annapolis. Apply to 11. C. K.. ltotrW7j_Annapolls ;<<i^_i _ a>Mi> ______ FOB SALE FOR SALK—Boiler for hot water heating plant, suitable for house of 0 or 7 rooms. Telephone MU J. • 2 h FOR SALE—2 cows. Apply to Wagner. West Annapolis. Phone 667 M. ) o 2 1 FOR SALE—Cheap. Hot air furnace lu good condition: registers for 6 rooms, with piping. Apply between 7 aud 8 p. m. to 118 Conduit street. o 2 FOR SALE—Six or seven acres on Aruudel Road, 2 miles from Annupolis. Price r reasonable. Phone 1837-F3 ol FOR SALE—Upright piano, in good con dition. Apply 9 Southgate avenue. 523-tf " FOR HALE—l>lrt for grading. Anyone . .wishing same can coiumuuic.ite with IT. ( C. Helse, 15 Dean street, dty. sl'Mf FOR SALK —Lot and dwelling known as c. No. 07 Calvert street. Chas. F. Lee. ►3-tf FOR HALE—-One Puritan oil stove; two burners, witu oven. Three years old and In fairly good condition. Price very cheap. Apply Capital Office. FOR SALE Attractive six-room b ingalow, both hot and cold water, electricity .fireplace, gar r- age, fruit. Lot 200x130. Will divide lot. Price *5,000. 40 Madison Street, i) rooms and bath, ■* porch, deep lot. Price *3,750. 4-1 Madison Street. 9 rooms, bath, fur*. : naee, etc. Splendid lot. Price *5,700. 327 West Street. 0 rooms, bath and at tic, front and back porches. Price *2,800. Attractive suburban cottage, 3 bed ~ rooms, each with large closets: living s room, parlor, dining room, pantry and kitchen; bath, furnace, electric lights, • sewer, etc.; gurage. Lot 60x132 feeL Price *1,500. 110 Charles Street, six rooms, bath and I other couveuiencea. Price *3.750. 1 - FOR SAL® —Six acres, with good seven . I room house, bath, cellar, porches, run ’ ning water: outbuildings, including stnblc. garage and poultry houaes. frutt, etc. Price *4,250. Only *SOO cash, bal ance as rent. One-half acre with six room bungnlow, bath, elec, lights, well water. Price ■* *IBOO. c Desirable lot on cor. Hill and Jefferson " Street. Large lot ou Madison street. Two 6-room dwellings on Severn Ave., between fith St. and the Severn River. a CHAS. F. LEE TEL. 60S *ls-tf FOR HALE— Dwelling, Third St., Eastport, *I2OO. ltwelltug, Sixth St., Eastport, *I2OO. !’ Dwelling, Fifth St. .Eastport, *4500. Dwelling, Third St., Eastport. *3500. ’ Dwelling, Carroll St., City, $1550. Dwelling, six rooms, cellar, electric lights, near Annapolla, *3OOO. Dwelling. 7 rooms, modern conveniences, near Annapolis, *4200. Cottage, completely furnished ,at Arnn del-on-the-Bay, *4500. • Colonial Bungalow; on Severn River, all modern conveniences. *7500. Building lot. Jefferson St., *550. Business properties ou West and Malu 1 Streets. B. J. WIEGARO, Real Estate. Phone 459 J. o 2 FOR RENT : for rext— Fn*-nt*h'd bouse fnr r***t. j Six rooms aud bath. Apply No. 224. Capital Office. o 2 FOR RENT—House and lot near Weeuis Cjreek. Apply 41 Randall street t>6 FOR KENT—t desirable, furnished, well “fated rooms with bath. Apply to 49 Maryland avenue. 06 FOR RENT—WeII furnished room, near > Naval Academy. Apply to Box 224 care of Evening Capital. / oT FOR RENT—Two or three furnished rooms. Apply 127 Prince George St. ©2 Ktnre on West Street with es tablisbed and profitable grocery business, f Chaa. F. Lee. TeL 003. 'Ss?K££rjßif UK ?&.“?££; <* FOR RENT—Rooms with private bath: bonie xWog. 199 Hanover street. ( j FOR RENT—27S acre Stock sad' grain farm on Chesapeake Bay. near fhurch ton. Anne Arundel eonnty. Applicant •** wl equipment Eugene l. LOlful. ■lll-t/ FOR RKNT—Furnished attractive, modern residence and garage at Wardonr. Wlu *5 p j > l jr J* coal *<* od In cellar. Fbontf 843 for particulars. 0 | For rent—Upright piano; *s.on m. month. Apply It G. Chaney, ISO West * treet - a!3-tf BORE *>, Pl*. to fwliifoco oil Tauey htpiiiif Murray Hlll. a daughter. 7 NOTICE OF REGISTRATION To the Voters of Anne Arundel County, Md : 1/tutor provisions of Section 14, Chapter 719, Ada of 1944. noli*# is hereby given that the Regist ration Otßeer* ter the several [**v da eta will *H for the purpose of revising the REGISTRATION LISTS of Ann* Arundel County. MarvUnd, by sdding the names of new voters, making traaefer*. ete.. between th. hours of 8 o'rtoek A. M. and 7 o’etoek P M see (Inetractiena of Attorney General. Pag. J9d of Registration and Election Lav**! on the following dates and al the several polling places named below: First Sitting. Tuesday. Sept. 30, 1919 Second Sitting, Tuesday, October 7,191£ Third Sitting, Tuesday, October 14, 1919 (For Revision Only) No New Names Wilt be Added at Third Silting FIRST DISTRICT l First Precinct-—-Polling House. Second : Precinct —Polling House. SECOND DISTRICT First Precinct —Polling House, F.al|irl Second Precinct —Polling Hon*o. Third l'r< rinct —Polling House, Germantown. THIRD DISTRICT First Precinct —Polling House. Second Precinct —Polling House. FOURTH DISTRICT First Precinct —Polling House. Second Precinct—Pollitig House. FIFTH DISTRICT First Precinct —Krai's Store, Brooklyn Heights. Second Precinct —Polling House, Shipley Station. SIXTH DISTRICT First Precinct —Polling House, East street Second Precinct —Assembly Rooms (first floor). Third Precinct—Polling House on Second street. Fourth .Precinct —New Poll 1 ing House on Calvert atreet. EIGHTH DISTRICT First Precinct* —Polling House at MeKen- j dree. Second Preeinet —Polling House. By order of the Board: ALFRED H. PERRIE, President. JAMES F. STRANGE, WILLIAM H. MEADE, Supervisors of Election* for Anne Arundel County, Maryland. CLINTON 8 SHAW, Clerk. September 16. 1919. ESTABLISHED IST I The Annapolis Savings Institution WEST STREET Total Assets. . . . $900,000.00 Number ol Depositors, . . 1,701; Pays 4 per cent interest on Deposits. Payable Jamiarv i t an , t , u| Ist. Compound interest paid on deposits tn.t ;;>,\ Tl^n ’ • Depository of City and County Sinking Funds l>, , - lril . * Funds. AH Its Investments.and entire Management subject to annual mm inatiou by State Bank Examiners. Loans money on first mortgage of Heal Estate on ea \ term* j‘ ar tial payments Allowed. Also on note with approved callat.-r*; FRANK H. STOCKETT, . . President WM. N. WOODWARD, . . Vleo-l'resid.m B-ALLEIN WELCH, .... c. !S h, r SAMUEL BROOKE. . Assiitant Ca-hur JAMES M. MUNROE Solicitor Banking Hours: 9A.M.t03 P. M. Saturdaj; *1 \. u. |„ |., j oooooooooooooooocooooooooo I A. W. SHARPE | Optician 136 Main Street g £ ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND. £ FIRE INSURANCE REAL ESTATE FURNISHED HOUBBM FOR BENT NOTARY PUBLIC ARTHUR B. WHEATLEY No. 17 School Street CHARLES M. CARLSON 160 GLOI CENTER ST. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER PIIOXK 37 Ratlin a fea sad Plans FurnUhefi W.B. CHILDS Electrical Contractor O*C and Bhep—l7t Conduit Street , Phono 790 GEO. W. JONES Circulating Library Th following books have been added to the Library; “The Dwelling Place, of Light.” by Win ston Churchill. “Tbe Inevitable Balance Sheet,’’ by Ka rina Trasb. Circuit Rider’s Wife,” by Cor* Har ,** Leonora Dalrympie. W***" In Germany.” by J. "Where Yeer Treasurer le.” by Holman Day. -The Cine la Tbe Air,” by Isabel Os trarder. VERMB *—Now Roaka, to pee day. Old fiteoks, le. per day. “The Bank That Brought 4 Per Ct. to Annapolis.” The Annapolis Bank r or THE EAMTEBN HHOKE TKLHT CO. Church Circle Gloucester Street Banking Honrs i 9A.M. to 5 P. JL Saturdaj :H- M ,0 12 M * 4 Per Cent Paid on Savings Accounts Checking Accounts Solicited B , ' " pr***^ W. MEADE HOLUJIAT 'iiet-T"** CHASUM F. . (•*** DENNIS 4. THOMPSON Lun* <***'' JOHN M. GEBEN A ** . To* 4AMEB O. 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Evangtfo Champion Shoe Arust Ladies Siloes Especialla “Ye Ferry Idd” : = Be sure and visit tU "Hi" I At Claiborne, situated betid* ta Perry Pier. Special attentin t* automobile and picnic praa Everybody welcome. WALTER C.MUNRI civil KNtiisr.r.n Surveying. l*lnt. Krtlinitr*. Mould and Suburban Water SyaU-nu atO y*t blaposal. Savings Bank Building Anntpolli. Md. 1 Mill. 1 HAST BUILDING I Annapolis, Maryland : Fire Insurance Auction* j ■ Money Loaned on i : Houses Rented Rwfi CollM j * NOTICE j Lard ; Large can. of milk : Beat. pen. ' Fork and Bean. ! Karo ayrii|i ; IMnk salmon , i i Picnic lianiM and l!n ikfa*t ba > ■■ ■ R. E. PERKY. 418 West St- NOTICE If you have any ld*e.' or *•"'* or NliorNa of aii.v kin**. |ilea.e rail us ua and * .fi l l '” . M || | highest prices and reinoie *“* I'lMlM. 501