THREE TEAMS OF NAVY
PIGSKIN CHASERS WORK
Three tcums of Navy football play
ers yesterday ran through signals and
formation on a muddy field yesterday
* afternoon. This being the chief work
of the praetice. Doble hud the main
team in charge, using several conibina- j
tlons in the backrield, while the oth-1
ers were directed by Ingram, half back
'and captain of last season's eleven, and
Bcaffe, one of its tackles. Rawlings.
Alvord, Clark. Watters and Koehler !
are forging to the front in the race
to become members of the regular
•back field, though the contest has not
been settled. The tirst team will not
play Saturday, hut Squad li. its the
second team is called, will probably
play against the eleven of the IT. S. 8.
Utah, containing six former Academy (
players. Squad B will play the see
tpnd Princeton team at Auuapolis No
▼ember 1 i
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THE EVENING CAPITAL AND MARYLAND GAZETTE, ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 15,
Nalnniiiy W. Luke's lay
Saturday. October 18 is St. Luke's
! Day. St. Lake the evangelist, is sup
! i>otH*d to be "the beloved physician.”
| mentioned by St. Paul. In other re
;spectH the Bible Is silent about St.
j Luke. Tradition says, however, that
he was one of the seventy and that
'he preached the Gospel in Egypt and
j Greece, and that he was an artist
jand took portraits of the Virgin Mary
and Christ. He lived to the age of
84 and was then hanged upon an olive
:trce. The only things about St. Luke
jof which there Is some degree of cer
tainty are, that he wrote the Gospel
that be.*rs his name, and also the
Acts of the Apostles.
I St. Luke's day will he observed on
} Saturday Irv an early service and oele
bration of the Holy Communion at St.
| Anne’s at 7 a. m. ami Morning Prayer
! The shoemaker str'kin? for shorter |
Lours, may complain that his job is awl
iwork ami no play. j
HOSPITAL CONDITIONS 1 !
Marked Contrast Between Today <
And A Year Ago
WHEN THE “FLU” RAGED
Conditions at the hospital now are !
! very much changed from those a year
ago. While the hospital today, is well
filled with patients, it is not over
crowded as it was a year agj, when
every available bed was occupied by
flu patients, and the deaths were fro
qutn. at this time a year ag.
j Then, too, with local doctors and
j nurses serving overseas and at camps
j and cantonments, navy doctors w are
j helping out at the Emergency Hus
I pital, and the local institution’s con
i ditions were relieved by help from
j the navy hospital which loaned mat
tresses, extra cots and even sent hos
pital nurses from across the way to
assist tiie depleted corps of Emergency
Women fropi Annapolis and the
county left their homes to go to the
hospital and help answer the hpone.
or give a drink of water, or watch at
the patient's bedside during the epi
i demic of flu.
All is changed this year, when pa
tients are reported to be doing nicely
and conditions at the hospital are
C. ('. Magruder, clerk of the Court
if Appeals, who has been a patient
at the Hospital for a fornight, is so
much improved he is expected to leave
(he hospital tomorrow or next day
when he will go to Atlantic City for
a couple of w<*eks to recuperate.
Mrs. Carolyn Trautweiu Brady, who
has been very ill at the hospital, is
Mrs. William A. Cormaek, who '
has been a pneumonia patient, is ini
j proved and making a good recovery.
The condition of George W. Hodges,
j who is a hospital patient is reported 1
at the hospital this morning to he
about the same.” There have been 1
no special operative cases recently,
no births tHe past few days, and no 1
deaths. In tlie latter case a marked 1
contrast a year ago, when flu patients
were claimed by death every few days. I
FRANK H. BETHELL
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Frank H. Bothell, president of the
Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone
Company and Associated Companies,
utvl active head of the eastern group
of telephone companies of the Bell
system covering the Middle Atlantic
States, lias announced tHat lie will
resign from the telephone companies
to become vice-president in charge of
finances of the White Got Corporation,
a new combination of oil interests be
ing formed by a group of prominent
New York bankers.
Mr. Mitchell as the active heaß of
| the Bell System's entire Eastern group
of operating companies, has had un
j der his management the providing of
telephone service for more than 2,-
; 500,000 subscribers in Maryland; Vir
ginia, West Virginia, Ohio, the Dis
trict of Columbia, Delaware, New Jer
sey. Pennsylvania and New York and
the direct supervision of expenditures
in excess of $100,000,000 annually.
i If you are going to sit pn a man’s
point of view, select a man given to
blunt speech rather than one addicted
to pointed remarks.
MARRID SIXTEEN YEARS
Capt. Aj|d Mrs. Strahorn Cclc- >
brate Wedding Anniversary ,
AND I*ls HOME-COMING
Yesterday marked an event of dou
ble interes! in the lives of Captain an 1
Mrs. John S. Strahorn. who celebrated
the sixteenth anniversary of their wel
ding anniversary and the same time
the homerrnning of Captain Strahorn.
who has 1 eon discharge 1 from
the servcjf of (Tie army and is again
a civilian.’* Ad ;e l to the ph ure of j
she occasion was the fact of re ; *<c
ng over restoration to health of I
'apt,.in .Sr.'atx.ni. who nine month.-.
;g<* bc' aiqc a path I at .; I
army and for weeks lingered j
between 1-Se,;nl de.th. and was a
laticnt at ▼prions hospitals for nin j
Friends \t Captain and Mrs. Stra
horn wercshiyitel to a card party at
•heir homolpfj Green street. a* which
hearty coiujraiillation*, we e extend-l
the ho;- 1 an-iih stoss on the enn• ver
sa ry of their wedding and especially to
the host on. lv?s recovery from a lon r
illness and _hiQ return among them as j
a civilian. ’ *
The were prettily decorate 1
with palms, ferns, scarlet salvia and
crimson rotjws, red an i preen being
the prevailing- colors in decorations.
There were bjtveii card tables, and two
prizes offerefj for ladies and two for
The first 4iiy's prize was won by
Mrs. W. J. King, the second by Mrs.
Clarence White, who took the ‘con
The tirst gentleman’s prize went to
William J. Sjfelpy, and the consolation
prize to Postljtaster Thomas J. Lintlii
After the gtipge a delicious salad sup
per was served in courses. Mrs. Stra
horn was assisted in serving by her
two young so#;s.* The hostess was the
recipient of many beautiful dowers,
chiefly pink and white roses, besides
letters and telegrams of congratula- '
tion from frk*n Is here and in other
cities and townflg
Mr. Strahorn was felicitated on his
home-coming ton'd his first appearance
after nr. of two and a half
years from snejjal functions.
The followi-qg*. were the guests:
Mr. and Mrs, Thomas J. Linthicuni,
Mr. and Mrs. Jofln B. ltippere, Mr. and
MTs. Clarence, Professor and
Mrs. Root, l’rqfdssor and Mrs. Eppes.
Lleut.-Commaftder R. A. Lavendar, U.
S. N., and Mrs.- Lavender; Comman
der and MrsJjEf I). Smith, Professor 1
and Mrs. Wilting J. King, Mrs. Gey.
Heintz, Mrs. ‘H. Kidder, Mrfl and
Mtb. Thomas R. St range,' Dr. and Mrs.
J. O. Purvis. Mr. and Mrs. William
J. Seeley. Mr., and Mrs. John Taylor.
AT THE RERUHLIU TOM (GIT
The feature of: the RepubMc theater
program is a comedy
entitled “Easy tt Make Money.” with
the handsome B*rt Lytell in the stel
lar role supported by a cast of the
usual strength found in all Metro
The aim of-’this offering is bright
clean entertainment, with the inimit
able Lytell in another of his remark
alile character t treat ions wliich liave
made him on> the most popular
stars of the screen today.
The story is;one of a young fellow
who, departing from the paths of
speed and embarks on a
newer and chnjier life in a most un
usual manner’fiid with the most un
'“jimmy (Bert Lytell) is the
young man alioiH town who is called
to account by ate clad for the life he
s leading. It *bows that Jimmy has
been arrested -tiuny times for break
ing speed layi’s7 and disturbing the
peace, and when dad brings him up
on the carpet; He conceives a novel
dea of refornitug and making money
at the same tjini*. He bets dad that
he will only he arrested once during
the ensuing yjyty and makes such a
bet that is wJiP worth liis while to
It is the mpouer in which Jimmy
goes about making good on the wager,
and collecting 4he stakes that offers
the hero a aUjite’ of opportunities for
humorous scenes* and out of jail
on the road tv ? success.
The settings- are the last work in
accuracy and (dvjshness as befits the
plot of the pl4|V and all in all it is
heralded as tht*' best vehicle Mr. Ly
tell has had hi the entire course of
his screen career. The production
w r as staged under the skilful direction
of Edwin Carebue* who directed Lytell
in the well-reis)2Ml>ered success ‘‘The
Trail to YostajftUy,” and among the
sterling cast principals are such
names as Gertrude Selby, Ethel Shan
non. Frank Currier, Stanton Heck and
Never put li4utds in the garbage
Creamed corn *s a good breakfast
Never use a pail for garbage.
Cinnamon is delicious for
Always put a pipch of salt in lemon
ade. vV l
A simple destgut may be made by
grape ice. £ |
Baked eggplant requires high sea
You can’t too much of a good
think; still, we sometimes wish the
the fellow who knqws it all would for
get some of 1t.% •
BASED ON PARABLES
There was inagurated at Maryland
Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church
on Sunday last the first of a series of
sermons based on the “Parables of
Jesus.” Others of the series, dates;
and subjects are the following.
October 10—“ The 1-ost’ Parable.”
October 26 —“The Parable of the j
November 2 -“The Parable of the _
November 9—“ The Hidden 1 ar-,
November It* —“The Foolish Par
November 23--" The Parable of the
i November 30 ‘The Unmerciful
December 7-“ The Good Parables.
December 14—" The Last Parables ”
Last Sunday was “Hally Day" at the
Maryland Avenue Church and all serv
ices were well attended throughout i
the day despite the very inclement J
weather. The pastor, ltev. Emmett j
It. Spencer, feels encouraged at the;
prospect for the renewed interest in
the church work during the coming j
GIVEN SURPRISE PARTY
ON HIS BIRTHDAY!
A number of friends gave M. D.
Saunders a surprise birthday party at
bis homo on Kandall street last even
ing drs. Launders being let n ! o the
sec re* had. with the assistance of a
few f* lends, decorated the roams taste
fully with ferns, autumn leaves and
flowers, and the home was made very
attractive. Pink and green was the
color scheme. The lights were shaded
with pink and the colors were carried
out in the ices and bon lions.
Vocal and instrumental music form- j
eil a large portion of the evening's j
entertainment, and dancing was on-i
joyed until a late hour. During the
evening a salad supper was served, j
The following were those presen 1:
Mr. andlMrs. M. D. G. Saunders. LI j
and Mrs. John Murphy, Lieutentant, U, ,
S. N., Mr. and Mrs. Miurice Boucher.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Healer, Mr. and j
Mrs. J. A Lloyd, Mr. and Mrs. John
Engelke, Mrs. M. E. Lloyd. Mrs. Eliza
Cannon, Mrs. Flora Goss, Miss Emma!
Cannon, Miss Celia Brooks. Miss
Thelma Healer, Miss Ruth Saunders; j
Messrs. Harry Hcvoir. instructor, U. S.
N.; Chester Barclay, U. S. N.; A. Strib-,
lin, and Mr. White; Master Harry j
Engelke, Lloyd Hopkins and Short.
The guests left wishing Mr. Saun
ders many happy returns of his birth
day an of such happy occasions.
(iwse Change Their Mind
On Sunday a flock of wild greese
was seen flying over South River,
going South. Not long after, the same
flock was seen coming back. Geese,
like humans, have the privilege ap
parently of changing their mind,
which this flock did.
Probably discovering that the local
weather conditions were about to
change from cold to warm again, the
wild geese decided to lurry In Anne
Arundel a little longer.
The people vho get to the front
never think to sit down and gre the
rest of us u chance to see over tf.eir
ELECTION TUESDAY, NOV. I, 11.
HARRY W. NICE,
of Baltimore City.
AMOS W. W. WOODCOCK,
of Wicomico County.
of Frederick County.
For Clerk Court of Appeals.
WILLIAM L. MARCY,
of Anne Arundel County.
For State Senator.
For House of Delegates.
JAMES O. DRURY.
WATERS E. HOWES,
LOUIS SCHRAMM, JR.,
LOUIS LEVINE SEIGERT, JR.,
For State’s Attorney.
JAMES M. MUNROE.
For Clerk of Circuit Court.
JOHN CLAYTON BREWER.
BENJAMIN F. PUMPISREY.
For County Commissioners.
, DAVID W. COLLISON,
CHARLES M. GREEN,
JOSEPH S. GRISCOM,
WILLIAM G. LEHR,
CHARLES E. REMSON,
MILTON J. TURNER.
For Judges Orphans’ Court.
WILLIAM H. DICES,
WILLIAM H. DITTY,
HENRY WOODWARD. JR.
—Published by authority of J. PAUL
MEDFORD, Treasurer. adv.
TO MAKE WELKIN
RING IN COUNTY
(Continued From Page One)
tentative sche-luirfor the rest of the
I meetings follows:
Oct. i7 —Academy Junction.
Oct. 20— East port.
| Oct. 21— Ponfield.
Oct. 22- Shadyside.
Oct. 23 (if bad weather, next day)
12 p. M., Davidsonvillo; 3 P. M.. Har
dwood; 3:43 P M . Greenock; 4 30 P.
| M., Bristol; 5:L7 P. M., McKendfee:
<1:30 P. M-. Friendship; 8 P- M . Codai
Oct. 27— Mayo.
Oct. 30—Glen Humic.
Nov. I. Annapolis. ___
THE ANNAPOLIS REPUBLI
CAN CLUB (COLORED)
With a large attemiancc of sev
ieral hundred. members of the col
jored Annapolis Republican t lui>.
'met at t lay Street Hall last night
| to discuss* issues for the good and
welfare of the Party ut the No
vember Election on November 1.
Charles A. Oliver was chosen i
as chairman. Dr. I\. I>. Milliner
as Secretary. “Hi I
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