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m.: VLA N L) GAZETTE— ESTABLISHED 1727.
; ! \ Xo. 1 oil.
fffl MOOTED GAS
jlßTffl BEFORE
IRE Oil LEAGUE
L dilative Of Public Utili
■ jSU -
I x Co.. Explains Situation In
I All I’bases —Mayer Levy Dis
uses Civic Matters In Gen
' tral Way
4DDRKSS BY MRS. WOOD
A NI) MRS. shop:maker
r tlic manufacture of gas
k nine the coal is mined,
In- processes of literally
" . ,i its purification, dlstri
i riling of the pipes, then to j
: vi'for tile consumer, H. I
~ representative of the An-1
I’u!,lie Utilities Company,
. f,,r discussion last night at |
m in- ting of the Civic League
~ h-niooted “gas question.”
Meeting In State House
- . . ting was held in the Senate!
v .t the State House, which
, itii a representative audi
i ii! being occupied, and |
..... . .aiding. It was presided over!
, , (i the vice-presidents of the
League. Mrs. Thomas J. Linthi-j
win,. I a opening, spoke of the
..parity of Annapolis, a town where
. impo dlile to select an evening
ih.Tt ire not three or four other
... :j.. . going on at the same time,
j.. untliiitmi probably referred to
, <?l ral others in progress last even-
iks.!My tlie lecture on the N’-C 3.
■it University Club meeting, and
K fcfrs, which took away from the at
wiinn' of tlie Civic League meeting.
Kith invocation by the Rev. H. W.
Bsxin. It 1).. pastor of the First |
HA,,list Episcopal Church, the meet- j
mns opened. The presiding officer
y-Miireii the first speaker, Mrs.
> i.h'r. of Baltimore, State Obaif
m tlie Council of Defense. Wo
(Continued On Page Two.)
r DANCE |
. STATE ARMORY i
I’l \l>l \ M Ki l l
I 1 }
i Friday, November 7
j Given by independent Dramatic 1 !
i Club n J
| Men. SOc. Ladies, 25c. j
j lUin-ing from 8.30 to 12 T\ M.
GOOD MUSIC j
NOTICE
■ ".<• •!.i\ the litii of November,j
oMISTIOE DAY, having been 1
■•••“. led a Lethal Holiday by
■ ° c,• 11 • r!i.>r. this Bank will not
■ ■ I’aper maturing that
' 7 4|
’: ■ i*e pav able on \\ eunes
•” ' < i-.’tli of November.
1 . 0. CiASSAWAY,
Cashier.
VICTOR RECORD No. 18603
i W 1 Soon Be Dry Like You;”
A Knows and Nobody Cares."!
t.unlior. Esther Walker)
Price S3c.
C.’ine in and hear it.
JACK S. 123, 25-27 Main St.
- -TIT- —^
Ann apolis-Claiborne
lerry, Inc.
Xliedule Effective
September 15, 1919
U>A 1 Y. EXCEPT SUNDAY
1.• ave Annapolis
4 A M. 8 A.M. 8:30 I\ M.
I.’.ivt* Claiborne
A 10 A. M. 7:30 P. M.
SUNDAY ONLY
L ave Annapolis
5 A M. 4 p. M .
„ Leave Claiborne
15 A M. 6 P. M.
' oi.iilay trip Saturday.
FARE
°’‘ 50 cents
Tr: P 75 cenu
bcHH! for two days limit.
T. C B HOWARD,
General Manager.
I -<$
Queuing Cnpitnl.
THE MARYLAND GAZETTE.
ANNAPOLIS. Ml).. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 7, 1919.
SCHOOL GINGES
M ARE REGARDED
: AS IMPRACTICABLE
- County Board of Education
i Turns Down Several Requests
For Revision Of Work—No
Shorter Hours For Stanton
School
JANITOR AT EASTPORT
SCHOOL GETS INCREASE
Because of the election, the regular
i November meeting of the Board of
! Education of Anne Arundel county,
! which should have been held on the
jiirst Tuesday of the month, took plade
| yesterday, with a full attendance of
i tlie members. Nothing of outstanding
i importance came up for considera
tion, and only minor matters were dis
! posed of during the rather short
meeting. Two appointments as trus-j
I tees of schools %ero made, that of
j Charles Wayson, at Davidsonville, in
i place of Harry Duckett, and that of
Grant Gaither, to tlie colored school,
; No. 6. Fourth district, above Arnold’s.
Several letters requesting additions
to. o rehanges in. school work were
received by the board; but in each
case the requests were found to he
impracticable under present condi
tions.
Miss Katharine Walton, the artist,
made a plea for the appointment of
a drawing teacher in the Annapolis
schools, but, while recognizing fully
the importance of such instruction,
the hoard found itself without the
money to carry it out.
Another communication was from
the Patrons’ Association of the Stan
ton school, asking for shorter hours
of attendance fyr the children. This
the board was unable to grant be
cause the hours are set by law and
may not be changed.
Increase Janitor’s Salary
After granting an increase in tlie
salary of the janitor of the Eastport
school, amounting to $lO for each
school month, all bills presented were
gone over and ordered paid. How
-1 ever, sveeral exceptions were made,
where cleaning expenses in one or two
I school houses seemed unreasonable
i and unauthorized, and these were or
dered investigated before payment is
; made.
NOTICE
! After being nut of the paper so long, tlie
I public is thinking that we are not buying
tlie seenml-liiuiii line any more, we are tak
ing great liberty to let the public know
that we are still buying I.n.lies and Men s
clothing": men's, ladles shoes: furniture,
kitchen utensils, mattings and rugs. I’lease
give ns the tirst call, MRS, PAULINE
I ULOOM, 00 Main street. Annapolis. M.1.,
I phone <\ A- P. 501-11 -or drop a postal.
U. s.—Please don't forget the number.
A. W. SHARPE
Optician
136 Main Street
ANNAPOLIS. MARYLAND.
DRIVING HORSE
I have a lady's driving horse, very
i gentle, that 1 will rent to a responsible
! party, preferably a lady, for SIO.OO a month
until next spring.
P. Y. K. HOWAT
Plionr 1824-F0 Annapolis. K. F. 11.
US
A Bargain
VELIE FIVE-PASSENGER. SIX
CYLINDER TOURING CAR; RUN
LESS THAN 2.000 MILES. TIRES
FINE. ONE SPARE CASING AND
RIM.
Myers' Garage
19 Cathedral Street n7
aj^ouncemejvt
The Eastport
Bargain Store
Has Just Opened an
Up-to-Date
Ladies* and Men’s
Furnishing Store
On Third St. near Severn Ave.
We guarantee nnr customers a
saving of 10 per cent, and more.
Call and see ns before you buy your
.vinter goods. Open from A. "SI. to
9 P. M. nS
<s■ <s>
Official Tabulated Vote Of Anne Arundel County Cast For
Democratic, And Republican Candidates
Ist Dist. 2nd Dial. 3rd Dist. 4;h Dist. s:h Dist Sixth District Bih Disk. Totals
- l 2 l 2 l j 1 3 l 2 l J :: 4 l 2
I For Governor
" NICE. It. 166 105 209 130 177 200 279 122 206 43 196 112 169 156 330 162 139 2901
j RITCHIE, IJ 185 161 195 133 163 211 190 lU4 199 209 223 272 264 55 279 183 3093
V For Comptroller
5 LEE, D ) 173 154 176 136 156 207 175 ;.3 173 76 200 206 260 252 47 277 162 2929
! WOODCOCK, It 132 97 18/ 122 166 lsl 250 I<>6 175 39 171 107 164 isl 316 144 lift 2619
For Attorney-General
1 ARMSTRONG, R 135 f7 175 119 159 LSI 252 H-G 168 40 172 96 116 145 317 144 115 2570
KEATING, 1) ICC 153 180 132 155 2u5 16s 93 16S 75 191 217 273 256 47 268 158 2908
For Clerk Court of Appeals '
MAGKUDER, I) 168 150 149 137 125 193 154 I t 16S 76 196 191 229 225 42 265 153 2735
.MAItCV.It 131 101 210 119 Lsl 186 251 ins 1.1 37 174 131 200 176 330 116 115 27.0
' For Senator
BOWIE, R 134 95 175 115 165 172 246 1.39 9• .8 22 lsl fm 141 147 315 Its PH 20'9t
BRADY, D 182 162 197 145 156 217 149 87 171 85 IS7 242 257 268 58 246 172 3011
f For House of Delegates
ATWELL. D : 170 148 157 133 160 196 17 1 12 154 62 195 186 252 259 37 250 200 38 *6
DRURY, It 150 95 172 128 167 182 .225- 111 186 41 171 99 147 141 313 180 116 2630
‘ HOLLADAY, I) 177 158 192 142 IS6 192 169 103 If.W 64 1W 219 295 282 4. r:>o x:j9 2:<*9
> HOWES, It 128 96 194 118 158 190 238 108 H 4 35 170 118 153 140 298 147 104 2579
, RODGERS. I) 162 156 154 ill 156 187 154 103 152 73 184 206 257 245 47 246 192 2815
SCHRAMM, R 130 92 177 121 156 220 240 102 188 42 184 96 144 136 302 143 lu6 2579
I SIEGERT, K 150 87 153 116 145 172 219 102 174 32 164 81 125 124 590 134 93 2362
WIEGARD, D 161 148 LSI 133 161 197 162 96 154 77 185 223 278 269 54 261 141 2881
For State’s Attorney
GREEN'. D 458 130 200 121 150 177 160 8.3 167 24 156 196 263 229 37 247 127 2635
.J MCNROH. R 155 125 184 135 181 212 249 134 207 92 212 121 165 182 338 163 165 3020
For Clerk Circuit Court x
BREWER. R 99 S 2 170 105 169 104 ISS 85 150 30 146 94 150 157 285 112 79 2265
WOODWARD, D 171 149 15S 133 146 200 171 120 195 73 203 209 264 237 42 259 152 2882
For Sheriff
DOVE. I) 182 149 228 133 IS2 193 158 97 160 77 179 256 316 295 58 259 ,151 3073
UUMPHREY, R 129 89 117 -127 145 199 236 122 212 37 186 75 110 131 283 141 104 2476
For County Commissioners
AKM IG Kit. I) 163 137 171 136 154 203 156 84 130 74 186 202 255 256 43 272 133 2764
BARBER. D 194 163 212 149 182 191 162 !;S 133 73 IS,' 219 296 2,3 52 262 194 30-10
CARR. D 167 165 173 134 159 196 162 91 143 73 191 292 268 255 52 257 144 2822
COLLI SON. It 126 126 174 120 168 181 245 103 171 32 Ix 4 93 L'G 118 304 128 102 2550
DISNEY, I) 152 136 155 132 144 213 155 99 164 72 194 IS4 249 230 45 255 141 2720
GREEN. R 119 94 159 136 155 I**3 2-2 141 253 33 200 90 136 129 311 138 93 2632
GRISCOM, R 113 93 203 105 171 170 219 96 157 31 164 92 145 lot 293 124 91 2421
HARDESTY, D 198 105 158 131 154 199 160 89 124 71 176 194 259 242 46 254 130 2690
LEHR. R 115 92 160 117 146 187 243 I*B 176 53 198 86 120 127 299 134 99 2460
MYERS. I) 150 112 142 93 138 194 146 76 132 74 180 23 267 262 49 245 142 2605
REMSEN, R 120 85 165 104 158 179” 245 96 153 30 171 88 138 133 303 131 9S 2397
SHEPHERD, It 143 95 151 109 147 161 216 96 158 32 161 83 121 125 292 163 126 2379
TURNER. It 114 S 3 152 15ft 156 175 233 116 183 33 170 78 128 130 303 135 93 2438
WALTON, D 169 143 ISI 133 162 187 157 89 131 72 177 210 288 273 53 253 145 2823
For Judges Orphans’ Court \
BEALL. D 178 154 176 140 160 201 169 98 151 79 187 ?01 281 259 47 254 143 f’S’rs
CARR, D 169 145 177 147 155 196 167 103 157 78 190 206 271 259 47 251 137 2855
IHCUS. K-. v 125 91 161 12lf 159 190 240 107 204 35 LSI 88 131 Lit 308" YfO 103 2ft 13
DITTY, R 124 94 157 110 162 174 226 97 167 35 165 ' 88 v7 30’ 130 07 -mos
HYDE. D ISO 144 166 126 155 207 162 91 142 79 186 204 269 252 47 261 177 2848
WOODWARD, R 128 97 169 111 160 182 241 US 181 34 174 93 135 142 309 147 99 2520
For Surveyor
BOUSH, D. (unopposed) 2935. ,
PUBLIC HEALTH
NURSE'S REPORT
Miss Sutherland Made 898 Visits
During Month Of October
In Annapolis
SOCIAL SERVICE VISITS
The good work being accomplished
by the Public Health Nurse in Anna
polis. West Annapolis. Germantown.
Eastport, and throughout the county,
cannot be estimated in figures, but the
report of Miss Sara V. Sutherland sub
mitted for the month ending Novem
ber first will give some fair idea of I
what she is doing.
The report follows:
Summary For Month Of October
Number of nursing visits .... 898 j
Number of social service visits... 23
Total 921
New patients 21
Discharges 17
School children examined 572
Visits to child welfare clinic 167 .
Sent to dispensary and doctors... 259
Medicine for 20
Sent to hospitals 3
Sent to County Home 1
Clothes for 8
Total new admissions to V. D.
clinic 4
Total number of diseases treated. 12
Toial number of patients 12
Total number of treatments ad
ministered 39
Minor operation.? 1
! Admission to hospital 1
Wasserman tests 4
Microscopic examinations 1
Arophenamine to 4
T. B. supplies given 4|
Tetanus Anti-Toxin given 2
; Milk sent to' 3 |
I CUT OUT AND KEEP!
WILL NOT APPKAR AGAIN"
J
i For the next thirty days only. I will
offer my lots at the following prices:
I 5 lota on Bay llidge Avenue. 30 x 150—
*275.00 each.
1 lot corner Bay Ridge Avenue and
Adams Street. 35 x 150—5350.00.
4 lots on Adams Street, 30 x 155—5250.00
eaeli.
1 lot corner Adams Street and Severn Ave
nue. 40 x 135—5550.00.
4 lots on Severn Avenue extended, 30 x
160—5350.00 each.
LOUIS STEVENS
BAY BIBLE AVK., EABTPOKT j
n7
~ v I
INFORMATION FOR
ADVERTISERS AND
- CONTRIBUTORS
This paper gpes to press
at 1 p. m. sharp on Satur
days. No copy is received
for publication any Satur
day after 12 o’clock, noon;
therefore it must be in
this office prior to that
hour. This is for the pur
pose of permitting the
office force to take half a
day.
All contributors should
take notice of this arrange
ment.
,
GRAND JURY CENSURES
' COUNTY OFFICIALS
Pointing to the lack of proper co- j
operation on the part of certain de- j
partments of the county government, !
that would promote greater harmony;
that negligence was shown by officials
of the Sheriff's office in connection
with the recent escape of a prisoner,
and acts of negligence of county mag
istrates in not filing the required re j
porter also negligence on the part o.'
school trustees, and other things, the
grand jury for the October term of the
Circuit Court for Anne Arundel coun
ty, today completed its Investigations
and filed its report with Judge Moss.
The inquest, as customer/, was or
ganized into several committees toi
the purpose of investigating the coun
i ty offices, and public. Institutions, and
1 the reports of these .were included it.
1 the main report of Francis G. Riggs,
; foreman* who ' handed in the docu.-
I ments.
i t
Mrria(tr License
I DERSHINGER -BOHLE Charles
Dershinger, 46, Magotl<; Elizabeth
Bohle, 41; both of Anne Arundel
county. Applicant, Charles Dershing
er.
St. Faith’s Guild
There wlil be a meetng tonight at
'7:30 of St. Faith’s Guild in the Guild
j room of St. Anne’s church.
The meeting is an important one
| as there will be an flection of officers
] atod all members are urged to attend.
SPORTSMEN READY
FOR GUNNING SEW
Wood And Field Will Be Full
Of Them On Opening Day,
Day, Monday
OVER 1,100 QET LICENSES
Anne Arundel county will have
more than 1.000 sportsmen In wood
and field gunning for birds and game
on Monday, that is. if the number of
persons who have taken out gunning
licenses have planned trips for the
opening day of the gunning season
which comes then.
The number of licenses issued from
the Clerk’s office at the Court House
up to the present time, is larger Ly
far than for many years past, the total
being 1,140, as compared to 820 for
I the corresponding period of last sea
son. That the total should he 320
greater is accounted for by two reas
! ons, first, that birds and game are re
ported to be more plentiful than for
! several years past, and then many of
! the younger men of the county, who I
represent a large proportion of tiie
sporting element, were in the army or
navy of Uncle Sam during the war.
The armistice was signed after the
gunning season was open, hut it was
months after that the men were dis
charged from further service.
The number of licenses issued, re
ferred to above, represents county li
censes only, and there are several
hundred others who have taken out
either non-resident or Stare-wide li j
cense§ from the Anne Arundel license ;
clerk. The total licenses issued for
the whole of last season was qver 1,- i
700.
Rabbits and squirrel, partridges,
woodcock and dove, toill be the prin- j
cipal quarry to be sought by the j
sportsmen. The ducking season i
comes along later. The stage Is set
therefore, for tlie gunning season, auq,
the crack of the gun will be heard at
the crack of day oa next Monday.
PUTTING F*RE ESCAPES
, ON PUBLIC SCHOOL
The County Board of Education is
having constructed fire escapes on the
public school building on Green street.
The work is now in progress, and
will consist of a series of iron stair
ways on the exterior of the building.
THE EVENING CAI'ITAU— ESTABLISHED 18M.
OVERSEAS FLIGHT
OF PLANE N-C 3
TOLD 1 LECTURE
Lieut.-Comdr. Lavender Spoke
Before Large Audience Ini
First M. E. Church Last Night
Lantern Slides Used As Illus
trations, Thrill
DEPICTS APPARATUS
AND OTHER FEATURES'
-
Lieut.-Comdr. Robert A Lavender, j
U. S. N., delivered an illustrated he
ture last night at First Methodist
Episcopal church. The leeiure room
was crowded, many persons being
compelled to stand. All present
greatly enjoyed the recital of Com
mander Lavender'n thrilling expe
rkuces in connect ion with the At
lantie air flight of a few months ago
The speaker had about 20 slide:
which were used to make clear many
pouts in connection with the great
viiituro. an.* his piu.Cpg of the hoy.
flavored is it sac with fine w■:
and read) humor, made (he hiuht seem
v ry realistic l 1 lho--e in the audience
The lecture was given under tin
auspices of the Wesley Brotherhood
of First church, of which Mr. Joseph
M. Armstrong is president. The
brotherhood charged nothing for the
lecture, and it was thrown open to
all tlie public, and the response clearly
showed the appreciation of the poo
pie generally for the opportunity of
having a near up view of the won
cl*-rfill air feat accomplished success
fully under the supervision of the
American government. Preceding Ihe
lecture patriotic songs were sung, and
prayer was offered by Rev. J. L.
Walsh, of Eastport.
Theme )ividly Pori rayed.
Commander Lavender opened his
lecture with an account of the four
month period necessary for prepara- j
tory work. He then, with the help |
of the pictures, described most in I
terestingly the airplanes, especially
the N-C 3 on which he was stationed .
Tlie apparatus used on board, the va- j
rious new features in the construe
tion, and the many devices for a safe
and successful journey were so vividly
I presented as to he clear to all who
| heard, lfe then held his audience for
; an hour as he described tlie trip from
j the standpoint of tlie N-C 3 which al
j most reached the Azores, but did not
1 being outdone by tlie N-C 4, command
ed by Comdr. Read. When the plane
was forced down to the water, aftei
being lost in the air, the machine
drifted for 72 hours on the Atlantic
j before relief came. The experiences
of the men showed what American
pluck, skill and spirit can do, and the
audience last night expressed its ap
predation of this heroism and daring
by the splendid ovation they gave
Commander Lavender at the comple
tion of li is address. The Brotherhood
purposes to present a number of at
tractive programs this winter which
will be open to the public.
Lie at. Williams Returns Home
Junior Lieutenant Albert IV Wil
liams has returned to his home. 18ft
Fifth street, Eastport. after having
served with the U. S. Naval Forces
during the late war.
Tag; Day
'Tomorrow
• Tomorrow w ill he
TAG DAY for
RED CROSS
Unless You Wear a 1920 Button
You will he l agged
FT ' ;V- - --- - - - - . W
f ' ' L'■ : :
Removed to 180 Main Street
Announcement: . , ,
ITAKE great pleasure in announcing that on November
first, I removed my jewelry store to IHO Main street,
formerly occupied by Mrs. M. Hoessel, and will endeavo* - f
to carry a very select line of watches, diamonds, jewelry, j
cut glass, silverware, and clocks. Best service guaranteed, !
as in the past nine years.
P. COROSH . Jeweler • j .*'•
19? MAIN STREET
F'..'. f > * ■ m
Cloudy
t Cloudy tonight and Sat
urday; probably light
rain.
RITCHIE HEADED
I TICKET OFFICIAL -
CANVASS SHOWS
Successful Democratic Candidate
j For Governor Polled 3,093
Votes In Anne Arundel—
Woodward Got Highest Plur
ality, 671
DOVE FOR SHERIFF
20 BEHIND RITCHIE
*
l liter*-using ihe plurality of Attorney
General Mbert Hitehle, Democratic
\ candidate for Governor, over his Ue
nuhlican oppoiit n!, St;Ue‘s-.\:l tnicv
llarrv W Nice. of Baltimore ciiv, and
returning •lerK‘<l Clnrlcs M Green.
; ItepuMii an. of the Fourth district,
: over Henry I’ Mm is, of Annap.dis,
marked the principal changes in the
‘Official canvass f the \ote of Tues
day's election in Anne Arundrl < mnty',
which .i. conducted by lie Itiaril of
Snpervi or of Flection yesterday af
ternoon Uit< file's plurality is 11*2. as
j compared to 1”. I in the unnflici il tie
in-s.
The otTk ial canvass shows that only
two Republican candidates *on the
local title! \\ . re slieeessful The de
feat of State's Atorne.v Nicholas it.
Green I\ James M Munrne was f ire
east yf'sterdav Charles M Green for "
Commissioner carried the county over
Myers by 27 votes. William L. Marev.
Republican, of Annapolis, also carried
the county over Caleb C. Maerudor,
Democratic candidate for Clerk of the
Court of Appeals, by a majority of 115
votes.
Attorney-General Ritchie polled the
highest vote of all candidates, k.tMt.'J;
‘mil he was closely pressed by Thomas
S. Dove for Sheriff, with it.o7k. The
highest plurality was that given Wil
Ham N. Woodward for Clerk of the
Circuit Court, which was ’>l7, over J.
Clayton Brewer.
Anne Arundel's representation in
the Legislature will he as folllows:
1 Senator, A. Theodore Brady. House
| of Delegates. James (), Atwell. John
H. Rodgers. W. Meade llulladay, and
Bernard .1 Wiegard.
PARTY LEADERS AT
HIGH TENSION AS
CANVASS WAS MADE
The Republican leaders all over the
State, much excited over the fluctua
tions and the cutting down of Mr.
Ritchie's lead, claimed the election of
State's Attorney Nice, hut their hopes
were much lowered at the close of the
day than a few hours earlier, tlu* ofll
eial canvass in the counties having
failed to make gains for their man.
They were hoping against hope that
the complete otlieial canvass in the
city would do the trick.
When the day was done, the Repub
licans were understood to be making
(Continued on Page Four)
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look like sen again.
4live us a trial, amt we guarantee you
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Work < ailed f.r and delivered.
Annapolis Tailoring Co.
87 MAIN StIIBKT
(S\( K> ItKIIS., I’rojo,.)
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