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Evening capital and Maryland gazette. (Annapolis, Md.) 1910-1922, October 06, 1919, Image 3

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fc ,, iy sea and a fading sky,
I I® 5 ' ' 1 !,. r $ ill and his lonely cry;
1 Asd a r | u w and the ocean’s
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, r ’‘„' ~g waves fall upon its
I til*' i "‘ l " '
„ f wind from the golden
jus: a *[/’
, ■ pearls on the billow’s
| And a k l ''';" 1 ‘
' A.ird song from a siren’s
. ~f ~iii on a distant boat.
And a *’*'
| .vide shore and a dying
B dav.
I , , iddiot tide and drifting spray;
I ' r , ~g moon and the ev'ning
■ jt;
I star.
■ -he wreck of Hope on a hidden
l.ilburn T. Townsend.
mliirtlii)'" I hind*
it I artel IIH
Saturday night witnessed the first
f , . ric- of dances which will be
Bttii'wcMv throughout the season
Uie ball room at Carvel Hall. This
. iil lie conducted the same as
r f.rui<r years, when they have prov
wl„. \, rv popular with the dancers
0 [ tit,' dty. generally well attended.
03 Saturday night there were about
(Kfiitv couples present, most of the
; ilunK „„.|| being middies, who were
r,lkm use of their “night out” to trip
tie liidit fantastic.
T# liminriirate
•.V'cLil SeaMili
!n Annapolis society the social sea
ion is practically inaugurated each
wr with the llrst reception given by
iltc wife of the Superintendent of the
Saul Academy, which mean# this year
wo' society opens its season on Oc
trr 1!>, when Mrs. A. H. Scales will
receive with Admiral Scales at the Su
jcrmtcndcnfs quarters. The Super
intendent's wife will hold weekly offi
cial reception# on the second and
fourth Wednesday in the month until
Inst ruitor Charles A. Norwood, for
merly of the mathematical deport
ment at the Naval Academy, now of
the ordinance department, Washing
ton. is visiting the family of Mrs.
Daniel u. Mat;ruder, Duke of Glouces
ter street, an dthe family of Inst rue.
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Consolidated Stock Exchange
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Will Open for the Transaction of Business
on Monday, 6th October
In the First Floor of the Advertiser Building on Church Circle ; J
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Direct Wiires to New York I
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r . Mrs. Charles E. Chance, who has
; been spending some time with hr sis
-8 ter. Mrs. Harry Metzger, at State Col
lege, Penn., has returned home.
8 . .
Mrs. Charles Llgon, of “Whitehall."
near Ellicott City, Howard county, is
1 staying at her old home, the ltidout
House, Duke of Gloucester street, with
s her brother, Dr. John Ridout.
8 Miss Grace Harris, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Harris, of Washington, spent
the week end with her cousin, Miss
Mazie Wilen, Northwest street.
Leaves For Trip
! Across Continent
Lieutenant Lew" Wallace Bagby, U.
t S. N., who has been visiting his wife’s
parents for the last few days, left on
Tuesday last, with Mrs. Bagby and
their young son, William Welch, for
San Pedro, Cal., where he has been or
dered for duty. Mrs. Bagby was be
t fore her marriage. Miss Susie Gray
Welch, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Wil
| liam Sellman Welch, 184 Duke of Glou
| tester street. The good wishes of a
| host of friends go with them to their
new home on the Pacific coast.
Lieut.-Comdr. George Keester, U. S.
N., joined his family here for the week
, end at their residence on Green street.
| Mrs. Keester, was before her marriage,
, Miss Evelyn Worthington, of Annapo
Ensign and Mrs. Neilson, of Newport.
R. 1., are visiting the family of Mrs.
. James S. Taylor, Mrs. Neilson’s grand
, mother. Duke of Gloucester street. En
. sign Neilson, who is a graduate of the
, Class 1920, Naval Academy, and has
. recently been ordered to duty at New
. port.
. Visit Washington
. In Interest of Red Cross
Arthur Wheatley, chairman of the
l Publicity Committee of the local
l Chapter of the Red Cross, visited
Washington today in the interest of the
work. Miss Nell Ennis, secretary of
- the Home Service of the Red Cross
• also made the trip on business for her
f office.
, Miss Isabel Collins, daughter of the
. late Commodore Collins, U. S. N. t has
. returned to Annapolis and is stopping
Peggy Stewart Inn. _
R. S. Gladden, one of the graduates
; of St. John's College, is in New Or
leans, commandant of Rugby College.
Spent Week-End At
A rundel-en-the-Uny
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. McCarthy,
their daughter. Miss Mary Weller, and
son, McCarthy, entertained a
house party over the week-end at their
cottage, Marita Lodge, Arundel-on-the-
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. McManus, Mrs.
8 McManus's brother. Col. J. E. Abbott,
U. S. A., with Mr. and Mrs. Harry
‘ Austin, motored from Washington for
the week-end at Arundel-on-ihe-Bay,
occupying the summer home of Mrs.
j McManus’s mother, “Wilfanem Lodge."
e ,The gentlemen in the party enjoyed a
1 fishing trip on Saturday night
Admiral and Mrs. Richard Jackson
are staying at the Peggy Stewart Inn,
Hanover street.
s Mrs. “Reggie” KaufTman has return
ed after some months on Long Island,
and is settled at Peggy Stewart Inn
for the winter.
Is Enjoying
, Western Trip
, Mrs. Emmett R. Spencer, wife of the
I pastor of Maryland Avenue Methodist
r Episcopal Church, who is on an ex
. tended western trip, is now at Fruita.
. Col., visiting with her sister,
r Mrs. Speneer has just returned
. from a visit to Salt Lake City, whero
. she enjoyed hearing the great organ
i in the tabernacle, and saw the lirst
• house which was built under the direc
tion of Brigham Young, in Utah. This
week Mrs. Spencer will cross the
mountains, go through Tennessee Pass
’ and visit the Royal Gorge. Before re
turning home she will spend some time
with her mother in Chicago.
Will 11c An
October Bride
, A wedding of interest to Washing
ton, Baltimore. Annapolis and South
. ern Maryland society is that of Miss
. i Susette Parran to Dr. Richard Lee
i Sylvester, which will take place the
i latter part of October. Miss Parran is
. the daughter of Mr. Benjamin Parran,
of Calvert county, and is well known
in Maryland. Dr. Sylvester is the soy
of the late Capt. R. W T . Sylvester, who,
for a number of years, was president
, of Maryland State College. Dr. Syl-
I vester, who was a senior lieutenairf in
j the Ntival Reserves during the war, has
, resumed his practice in Washington.
. The War Mothers’ banquet will be
. held on Wednesday evening at Hotel
Emerson, Baltimore, and not on
Thursday, as previously stated. The
, banquet will be at 7:30 and $3 per
( plate. Those contemplating going
: may notify officers of the local chau
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i Called Away
; By Illness *
Daniel Nichols and his aunt, Miss*
Blanche Caulk, were called to Balti
more yesterday by the illness of Miss
Nannie Nichols, who is a patient at
. St. Agnes’ hospital, where she was
1 operated upon recently, the operation
t being of a dangerous and delicate
r nature. Miss Nichols is reported to
- be resting more comfortably.
Surprise Party
| At West Annapolis
. I Friends of Mrs. Edward C. John
r | son. of West Annapolis, gave her a
p < surprise birthday party last evening
-jat her home on Monterey avenue. The
■ I early evening was enjoyed with vocal
’.and instrumental music, during which
I refreshments were served. After 12
! o’clock and the dawn of Monday morn
! ing, dancihg was indulged in. Those
I I present were Mr. and Mrs. F. C.
’ Ebert and Miss Ebert, of Baltimore;
Mr. and Mrs. August Hesse and Rich
ard Hesse, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Beardmore, Mr. and Mrs. Braun. Miss
' Elsie Braun, Miss Gertie Dialle, of
1 New York, and Messrs. Weaver and
Henry W’a|ker.
Commander Van Auken, U. S. Navy,
is visiting in town.
Mrs. D. Hv. Coe, wife of Asssistant
Naval Constructor Coe, with infant
son. is visiting her aunt, Mrs. George
Abram Moss and her grandmother,
j Mrs. Elizabeth Dorsey.
Mr. and Mrs. William Dove and
daughters, Doris and Mary, spent the
week-end with relatives at Laurel.
They also visited the races and the
fair grounds.
Will Reside
In Academy
Capt. James O. Richardson, who has
just taken charge of the Department
of Marine Engineering and Naval Con
struction , and his family, are occupy
ing No. 9 Porter Row. Naval Academy.
Lex Rohr, from Philadelphia. lip
been visiting relatives and frienda In
* Laid to Best.
The funeral of Bra. . Phoebe Hur
lock, whose death af 2r a lingering
Illness of tuberculosis, occurred at
Sabillasville sanatorium, took place
yesterday afternoon from Eastport
Episcopal church, the Rev. J. A.
Walsh, pastor, officiating. ,
The pallbearers were Messrs. Otto
and Henry Bettcher, Norman Bell,
Clarence Tyler, Jesse Clark and Spen
cer Mevens.
Thhere were a number of beautiful
floral tributes. The interment was in
Cedar Bluff cemetery, Funeral Direc
tors James S. Taylor and Sons, being
in ciiarge of arrangements.
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Dr. Walton. H. Hopkins has been
appointed by Dr. J. G. Townsend, su- ]
i pervisor of the United States Public
i Health Service, Disttrict 4. medical
. examiner for service men. The posi
i tion is a government one.
Formerly all service and ex-service |
men were obliged to go from Annap- y
olis to Baltimore to the hospital at
Fort McHenry for medical examina- ,
■ tion, and some 80 or more local men (
. of the service w'bo served in
; i world war have journeyed to Balti- (
■ more under the direction of the Horae ,
Service and the Red Cross for exam- (
i ination. |
With the local appointment of Dr.
Hopkins to the position of Medical 1
•Examiner, there will hereafter be no |
necessity for making the trip to Bal- s
timore. 5 ,
The big steam yacht Dolura, having {
on board her owner, Vice-President 1
Meeker of Armour and Company of 1
Chicago, and Mr. Meeker’s son-in-law, *
Charles Cramer, spent a couple of '
hours at anchor in Severn river off J
the Naval Atjademy yesterday. Dur- c
ing the brief stay Mr. Meeker came c
ashofe and called upon Rear-Admiral *
A. H. Scales, superintendent of the '
Academy, at his in Blake l
Row. '
The Dolura which flies the burgee c
of the Canadian Yacht Club, has been f
cruising in the waters of lower '
Chesapeake Bay, having come dowr ‘
the coast from New York, which port t
she left a week ago. Leaving here
yesterday* afternoon, she headed up
the bay, Baltimore being booked as v
her next stopping place.
Gporge Como, 77 years old a truck
farmer, living near Severn river, a
few miles from Annapolis, dropped
dead of heart failure in front of the
residence of his son, Royie Como, on
Holland street, this city, Saturday af
ternoon. Como had been huckstering
apples and other products from his
farm during the day, and was return
ing from a store on Holland street,
to his wagon, when he keeled over.
I He. was carried into the residence of
his son nearby, but died within a
few minutes.
The funeral will take place tomor
row afternoon from the residence of
his son on Holland street. Interment
will bo In Cedar Bluff cemetery, Fu
neral Director James S. Taylor &
Sons being in charge of arrrange
But They Got Away With Only Ahout
$3 In lash—Entered Bear
A burglar or burglars, who have
been plying their robbery pranks for
the last several weeks, are at it again.
Sometime between Saturday night
and this morning the millinery store
of Miss F. M. Woolley, corner of West
street and Church Circle, was entered,
but all that the thief or thieves got
away with was about $3 in cash, ac
cording to Miss Flora Wooley, pro
prietor of the establishment.
The store was entered by the rear
window, Investigation disclosed. The
party or parties had climbed over a
sharp picket fence on the wall of a
moat between the Advertiser Building
and the millinery shop, unless pos
sibly they had secreted themselves in
the shop before closing hour Saturday
night. The upper sash of a rear, win
dow in the store had been broken,
making an aperture just large enough
for some one to insert their fingers j
and release the window latch, as the,
window was locked Saturday night.
Miss Wooley found that $3 in small j
change had been taken from the cash
drawer. • Something over |5 which j
had been left In a small box near
where the entrance was effected, ap
parently escaped the ransackers, as it
was intact; nor were any hats or
other women’s garments missing, as
far as could be ascertained by Miss
Woolley. The robbery was reported
to the city police officials, but it is
understood they have no clue thus far.
Tire husband who objects to his !
wife using cosmetics forgets that a
woman merely paints her own fafce, j
while a man wants to go out and paint,
the whole town.'
A mother whose strength is
over-wrought or who is thin, i
pale or nervous, should find re
newed energy in every drop of
Let it help turn your daily
tasksf rom aburden to pleasure.
Scott*a Emulsion is abundant
in those nourishing ele- JnA
ments that every mother Tuft
in the land needs . 4-lfc
Scott A Bownc, 8100-afteld, N. J. 1C
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That the time limit for holding
open the provisions of the charter of
the organization for persons who
would become charter members, was
emphasised Friday night at the reg
ular. weekly meeeting of the Eaatport
Community Improvement Association
held in firemen's hall at the village
last night. Two new members were
enrolled in course of the meeting,
! but apart from the reports made hy
the several committees that progress,
is being made along the several lines <
of activities, only routine business
was transacted.
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