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THE EVENING CAPITAL AND MARYLAND GAZETTE, ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND, MONDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1919. 1
w ■ WILSON CONTINUES TO IMPROVE, HIS PHYSICIANS SAY j ; (Continued From Pace One) write a message to the Industrial Con-j ference to be read at the opening ses sion today. Dr. Grayson said he was nOt yet ready to do any work and that h* would continue to insist that the Pyesident have absolute rest and quiet apd keep his mind away from official matters. The physician fears that ex ecutive activity might cause a reac tion. While a spirit of optimism pervades the White House Because of the im provement in the President’s condi tion. Dr. Grayson said that he did not want to be too optimistic and would continue to watch the patient care fully. The Annapolis Banking & Trust Co., pays 2 per cent, interest on daily balances over saoo on all checking ac counts. IT ALSO PAYS 4 PER CENT. ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS. 06-tf Fhene M* All Work Guaranteed ANNAPOLIS TIRE REPAIR CO. 100 WEST STREET Now Under New Management J. T. McMahon, Prop. Vulcanizing—-Tire Repairing—Retreading _ , . Honnttf Efficiency Courtesy Free Air Service Auto Accessories TlßES—Miller, Goodrich, Firestone, Sheridan QUALITY OUR WATCHWORD r <r— -"-■■■ ;—■— 1 '• ■■ * -■ ■ * PHONE 126-If L. A. NOWELL. Prop. NOWELL’S GARAGE Automobile Repair Work Accessories of All Kinds 277 WEST STREET AGENT FOR STANDARD 8; COLUMBIA 6 AND MAXWELL olit '"j. _■"■■■' - ; AUTOMOBILE OWNERS TAKE NOTE! I ECONOMY TIRE REPAIR CO. CHAS. B. McNKFF. Mgr. 118 WEST STREET Retreading Telephone 233 Free Air A fully equipped tire ehop, with* practical and competent repair men, who have had factory experience. Full line of accessories. Read service work called for and delivered. It will pay you to get our prlcos first. PIpTOMORROW WEAR-EVER is the /minima Second Day of the Special ALUMINUM Wear-Ever - JgaßL DEMONSTRATION and SALE On Tuesday, Miss Gale, the Service Expert from the “Wear-Ever” factory, will make a pot roast on top of the stove WITHOUT WATER OR GREASE. Because of their wonderful dura bility, “Wear-Ever” utensils save you money and annoyance of continually buying new cooking utensils. Come in and see for yourself. We are selling the 4-quart size of this extraordinary pot roast Windsor kettle, regular price $2.60, this week only for the special price of $1.79. WtAR-tvtft! % /gjEfex Replace utensils that wear out with utensils that “ Wear-Ever” i Annapolis Gottlieb’s Maryland Jjj \ ....■■v.. . ■ - . A THIS NEW MAIN MAY IMPROVE GAS SUPPLY In correction of the condition that I has existed for some time in the gas . supply of Annapolis, said to be due partly to the low pressure, a main is being laid by the gas company from the corner of Northwest and Calvert streets through Cathedral to Frank lin street, where it will Join the main line of pipes. This main will add pressure to the entire gas system of the city at the Franklin Streeet junc tion, and a generally improved serv ice is expected to result. Purchased lbldf<nrr. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Forrester, have purchased the residence on Duke of! Gloucester street formerly owned by Mr. Treadway. The Forresters have been making their home there for some years and as the house was to be sold the resi dents had the option of the purchase. The purchase price is said to have been $3,500. Mr. Forrester is local manager of the Western Union. COURT OF APPEALS | CONVENES TOMORROW - | FOR OCTOBER TERM State's Highest Tribunal Will Then Begin Hearing Arguments— Judges Here Tonight. Judges of the Maryland Court of Appeals w*ill assemble in Annapolis tonight preparatory to beginning i heir sittings for the regular October t irm It is expected all the judges will be present for the opening with the ex ception of Judge John P. Briscoe, who was taken ill of pneumonia a few days ago, and is now confined to his : home at Prince Frederidk. Calvert | county. The assignment of cases for the day is Nos. 1, 2. 3, 4 and 5. Several of the cases on the docket are of more than ordinary importance Among these is the appeal in the ease of Isaiah Fountain, colored, convicted and sentenced to death for statutorj assault upon Bertha Simpson, a youn? white girl of Trappe, Talbot county This case has hitherto been befort the Appellate Court which directed a i new trial in favor of the prisoner Now the proceedings are to be heard on a new* angle, that as to the juris dktion in which the new trial is to be held. Announcement is made that argu ments for new trial in the murder case of Dr. Norbura Ishkla, noted Japanese alienist, who killed Dr Wolff, a staff pliysiciun at a Balti more hospital, will not come up at this term of court, opposing counsel having agreed to have the case car ; ried over until the next term which ; will be in January. This case had been entered as No. 42 on the docket. VISITOR TO SPEAK AT AMERICAN LEGION An important meeting of the Amer ican Legion will be held tomorrow evening at 8 o’clock in the roooms of the War Camp Community Service, j Main street (formerly Gannt’s hotel). The services of Will of Bal- I timore, have been secured and Mr Lane will make an address outlining * the principles of the Legion, telliing for what it stands and explaining the benefits to be derived from the Amer ican Legion by all ex-service men who become members. Every service man and ex-service phan in all branches of the service is : cordially invited to be present at to ! morrow night’s meeting. To Drive Dut Malaria And Build Up > The System Take the Old Standard GROVE’S TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know what you are taking, as the formula is printed on every label, showing it is QUININE and IRON In tasteless form. The Quinine drives out the ma laria, the Iron builds up the system. Price 60c. CAROLINA STATE FELL EAS¥ PREY TO NAVY ELEVEN Middies Start Gridiron Season By Piling Up 40 Points To Op ponent’s Nothing TAR HEELS BLUNDERED \ Showing great speed and power, especially for the initial fray, of the season, the iuidshipmen’3 football team piled up the big score of 49 to 0 against the eleven of North Carolina -?tate College on Farragut Field Sat irdav afternoon. Flaws —many Qi them were noted in the work of the Middies—especially the manner in which they got off some of their plays, but on the whole the general work of the team inspired confidence ir the Navy contingent, that a strong combination will be developed as tLu reason progresses. ■ The lads from the Tarheel Stats wiie hopelessly outclassed at ever> ingle ot the game, .as the score in dicates, but in spite of that fact, i is not unlikely that the visitors \voul< have made a more creditable show ing. but for the big blunder that oe curred within a couple of minutes af ter the opening of hostilities and which seemed to drive a good bit of the “pep” out of them. It happened in this way—King started the game by kicking off. It was a splendid loot, as the ball went well behind Carolina’s goal line, and the visitors elected to put into play by rushing from their 20-yard mark. Two plays directed at the Middies’ line counted for a combined gain of eight yards; another failed, and then with the two yards to cover in the one remaining try,* instead of punting out of the danger zone, a plunge, was directed at Navy’s left side. The Middies held firm and therefore se cured the ball on downs. From that point the embryo officers found it easy picking, and six rushes carried the ball across the opposing goal. From then on the embryo officers had mort or less of a procession, and using old time line tactics for the most part, mowed down their opponent#. Seven Touchdowns Scored. • 'Seven times the Middies sailed across the goal line of'the foe for touchdowns, and in each instance, the right toe of King, husky right tackle proved true, and sent the pigskin squarely between the uprights. Tilt Tarheels presented a formidable eleven though not quite as heavy as the Middies, but at no stage of the bat tle did they loom at all dangerous In fact they failed to make a first down throughout the game. There was one redeeming feature to their defensive play, however, and this came toward the close of the third period when they held the sailors for downs within the shadow of, their own goal posts,, and although they punted down the field, the efforts of the embryo officers were converted into a touchdown soon thereafter. But on the whole, the visitors’ line could not withstand the battering and smashing attack of., the fast Navy backs. X Navy Contingent Pleased. There was general satisfaction among the Navy contingent over the work of the Middies for their initial setto, and contrary to early reports, there is every indication that they will have a heavy and fast aggregation, one capable of line breaking, as well as circling the ends. However, the style of play used by them Saturday was chiefly line bucks and off tackle plunging and they seldom failed to rip oft from two to five or more yards at a clip. They forced the fighting from the start and rolled up 28 points before the end of the first half. The early part of the second half found almost an entirely new’ team on the field. The aerial attack was employed only four times, and in three instances 1 it netted gains of from 15 to 20 yar**- i IN MEMORIAM IN LOVING REMEMBRANCE OF GEO. E McCOLLISTPP WHO WAS KILLED IN FRANCE DURING THE LATE WAR. The young man gave up his life for the honor of his country, bravely behind that “ ight bc a tetter place to live Li for those Born in Anne Arundel county. Maryland, where he led an even, plary life until he left at Uie call of his country to lay down his life Cone, but not forgotten. 8 llle * BY A HOST OF FRIENDS IN A GRATEFUL NATION. ■ Beneath a little monnd of earth Somewhere In France: / Strangers to us of foreign birth. Now often glance. Beneath it lies the form of one So young and yet so brave. He gave bis lift* for victory won l>uty well done was all his crave. Well done and now be sleeps Beneath the little mound Only the body, for God keeps The soul—above the ground. Sleep on dear one. the day will come— The resurrection day; When soul and body shall be one beautiful array. In heaven above, where all fa lore. No sickness, death or pain; Thank God in that bright land above ll e shall meet again, v, , m By his brother-ln-Uw. JOHN T. HALL. mmmmmmmm smmsm— THIRD ROLL CALL OF THE RED CROSS IS BEING PLANNED | (Continued From Page One) ' srical supplies and supplementary j food stores to the i American Red; Cross for distribution “To relieve the, pressing needs of the countries in-, volved in the late war.” In addition; *0 these supplies we have supplies I *>e3onging to the organization itself; vhich remain still to be distributed. This work necessarily means the ex- ; penditure of some money even though t be a comparatively small amount, nd the keeping of sullicient workers ibroad to insure proper division. Can ve fail? These are are the things which you vill help make possible for the Red Cross if you join the ranks of work- , _’rs to put the Third Roll Call over, j Make your application today! It is •he chapter, branch and auxiliary vorkers who have made the glorious; >ast of the Red Cross a memorial to 1 Ymerica. It will be the same work- j ers who will make its future still ] nore worthy. Health in peace. Re- , ief in disaster. Remember the third Red Cross Roll Call. I REPUBLIC THEATRE. Bessie Barriscale, starring in "Tan gled Threads.” believes in a “League >f Grass Widows,” “Although 1 cannot be placed In ,hat category, I believe that grass widows should band themselves to gether for mutual protection,” said the popular little star when seen dur ing the production of “Tangled i Threads,” her latest picture produced by M. M. Features, Inc. “I am an ardent advocate of self determination, personally as well as nationally. If a certain number ot people of the same race have a right , to autonomy, certainly grass widows, who constitute quite a proportion of our social element, should have pro tection against the Hun-like methods of the free-love hounds who consider them legitimate prey for their mas culine depredations. “It is a well-known facf that grass widows have no chance with these girds of prey who specialize in those members of the fairer sex who have had a touch of Teal life. “Wouldn't it be nice if the neutral ity of grass widows should be de clared inviolate for the period of theii widowhood?” Friendship is a curious thing. The fellow who is his own best friend doesn’t care whether he has any others or not. THAT KNIFE-LIKE PAIN Is Only One Of Nature’s Warnings Of Weak Or Disordered Kidneys Have you a lame back, aching day and night? Do you feel sharp pains i after stooping? Are the kidneys sore? Is their action irregular? Use Doan’s I Kidney Pills—the medicine recom mended by so many Annapolis people. Read this case: Mrs. Henry Campbell, 20 Holland street, Annapolis, says: “I had tef rible attacks of pain in the small of my back and one spell was so bad I was unable to walk. I felt as if a knife were piercing me. My feet and hands swelled to almost twice their normal size and I was annoyed by my kidneys acting irregularly. I felt so tired mornings I could hardly do my housework. When a friend told me about Doan’s Kidney Pills I used them and the first box brought great relief. I still take Doan’s when I need a kid ney medicine and I always find them goo<L" Price 60c, at all dealers. Don’t sim ply ask for a kidney remedy—get Doan’s Kidney Pills—the same that Mrs. Campbell had. Foster-Milburn Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. DR. C. C. RIPLEY Osteopathic Physician 9 MARYLAND AVENUE Tuesday & Friday from 9 a. m.to 5 p. m. 06-tf. AW COMIXION Ruddy Cheeks— —Most Women Can Have Say* Dr. Edward a, a Well-Known j Ohio Physician jssasss^ssas& g&sgssgy; Dr Edwards’ Olive Tablets. \ou will kniw them by their olive color. These are wonder-workers on the liver and bowels, which Ouse a normal action, carrying off the 'waste and poisonous matter in one s system. If you have a pale face, sallow look, for a time and note the pleasing results. Thousands of women and men take Dr. Edwards’ Olive Tablets—the suc cessful substitute for calomel—now and then just to keep them fit. 10c and 25c. Have your AUTOMOBILE LIKE NEW. Auto’s varnished and painted at a reasonable price. For particulars see Colburn & Co., Carroll and Bladen streets. Phone 54-M. °* NOTICE FARMERS NATIONAL BANK Annapolis, Md., Oct. 1, 1919. The Board of Directors have de clared semi-annual dividend No. of 6 per cent, on the Capital Slock of this Bank, payable to Stockholders without deduction for taxes, on and after Mon day, the 6th of October, 1919. L. D. GASS AW AY. 0 7 Cashier. J. C. R O II i: li TN O N, J 1L Architect and Engineer iH l>nk of (ilonmlr Street. PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS Residences, Commercial ItulkllnßS amt Factor leu. Phone 07M. N-3 NOTICE All persons having bills against i Eastport firemen for carnival, kindly present them before Octo ber 15. v CHAS. WEBBER, o 5 Chairman. MRS. J. L. MITCHELL UAYKIDGK AVENUE. EAKTPOKT* Fancy Groceries of All Kinds Smoke Sausage 84c Picnic II mil m • 32c Best Compound 35c (iIVK IS A Tit IAI.. 4-?.: ■■ .1 -■~.7ZZZZZj? SIGN PAINTING SAMUEL W. BROOKS & CO. CHAS. NELSON HROOKS Painters, Decorators ' and Paper - Hangers ReUef Decorations for Parlors, Hails and Bathrooms Chorch Decoration a Specialty Fresco Painting No. 13y 2 DEAN STREET Estimates Cheerfully Furnished Telephone 544-W The Annapolis Banking & Trust Co., pays 2 per cent, interest on daily balances over SSOO on all checking ac counts. IT ALSO PAYS 4 PER CENT. ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS. oG-tf THEATRE I TODAY TOMORROW WM. S. HART MARGUERITE CLARK IN IN - HIGH-GRADE COMEDY A,B ° (iOOD COMtDY Republic Theatre TODAY TOMORROW * *-*H I BESSIE BARRISCALE Madlaine Traverte IN IN “TANGLED “ROSE OF THE THREADS” WEST” KINOGRAM NEWS GOOD < OMEDT Announcement THE HOLLY BEACH I>\n v • I j (near Annapolis* ,t, - , r . , . ' | that it is prepared Ul a nih ' ] quart bottles. h,>i;j n „;. ~, ;:a: !i a limited number ot , napolis. Min. to con*.; 5 1-2 per ecu: btuvr 23 cents per quart, i,, from a herd of ehoU-e i inspected and scor.-d Division. Bureau of \ ; . , Department of .\i:r ive patrons are n to the Medical Ik ~.. Academy, tor int'.ir:n. ( : .... J ' i ‘ the sanitary condition TELEPHONE lsi:!, neolin soles Shoes half soled and h, Y ] ei I Sewed or Nailed. y,\ S. SCHiFF 33 1 ; West St. ANNAPOLIS . acetlene weeding CO Al l. K I M>> 111 Welding and i>r a.mo li.uli.itur U. l , ,i,|„. Find St., N.-ur Wist, m : TKl.iiiiom 111 ! __________ Special For A Couple Of Days 'll liars of 1 ’aim < >i;\... > . . yi (j)! 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