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Evening capital and Maryland gazette. (Annapolis, Md.) 1910-1922, November 15, 1919, Image 3

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SOCIAL ANNAPOLIS
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EJittd by MRS. EMMA ABBOTT *GAOE '
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Are we weary of our waiting,
Are we growing cross ami glum?
Ar<' we tired of the labor,
Will the promise never come?
Are we hungry for the resting.
Are wo longing for the end?
Makes no difference—lift the burden
And he on your w r ay my friend!
Are we anxious for the issue
Of our toil of our fret?
Are we wondering in what measure
The rewards we’re going to get?
Are we peevish, discontented,
Are we wondering what to do?
Never mind—the task that's given
Is the only thought for you!
Are we weary of the striving,
And the losing and the gain?
Are we tiring of the anger.
And the aching and the pain?
Are we eager, full of wonder,
Just to know what it may mean?
Ah, the curtain hides the answer
That no man hath ever seen!
Are we feverish and fretful.
Do we think we’ve had enough?
Js the way still harder for us
And the road still growing rough?!
There’s no answer hut the echo
Off a far-off cry—Go on!
Lay the harden off at twilight,
Take it up again at dawn!
—Bentztown Bard. !
ITI/e Winners
At Lard Party
At the Armistice Day card party, j
given at Hie residence of Mrs. Richard
G. Chaney. “Maple Lawn,” West street,
the winners of the first two prizes for
highest scores were Mrs. J. B. Eppes I
and Mr William J Seeley. Consola-1
Don prizes went to Miss Eftle Clarkson l
and Mrs. Burt, respectively.
Tonight's Hop
At ( artel Hull
The usual Saturday evening hop
will be held tonight in the ball room
of Carvel Hall. Good music will be
furnished and tt small fee Is asked for
the benefit of local charities.
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Midshipmen’s
ilop Tonight
The usual Saturday evening hop,
given by the regiment of midshipmen,
will he held tonight In Luce Hall
(gymnasium). The usual number of
out-of-town girls from nearby cities
are here for the afternoon game and
the hop tonight. j
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A Sale Worthy of
Your Attention!
LADIES’
Skirts
IN ALL SIZES AND MATERIALS
All Latest Styles, Checks
Stripes and Plain
...FROM...
S 4 OO to s 2o°°
Also Ladies’ Suits, Coats
and Waists
No Extra Charge for Credit
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THIiEVRNiNG CAPITAL AtfP MARYLAND GAZETTE, AN NAPOLI S, MAR VIA XI >, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER tr>, 10 T*.
Attended State Meeting
Service Star Legion
Mrs. Robert Moss, wife of Judge
Mobs, has been In attendance upon the
session of the Service Star Legion,
(formerly W’ar Mothers of America),
which was held in Baltimore, of which
she was elected first vice-president. •
Card Party At
“Maple Lawn*
Under the auspices of the Woman’s
Suffrage League, of Annapolis, a Very
attractive card party was given on
Tuesday afternoon, “Armistice Day,"
at the residence of Mrs R. G. Chaney.
‘Maple Lawn,” West street. Mrs
Chaney having kindly offered the use
of her home for the occasion. The
rooms were made verv attractive with
floral decorations, the chrysanthe
mum. “Queen of the Autumn,” being
conspicuous.
Two games were Dlaved. auction
bridge and “500." Bridge tables were
arranged in the music room, where
the color scheme was gold, and the
library was devoted to the game of
| "500.” the color scheme being pink.
After the games, the card tables
were cleared for refreshments, each
being spread with a daintv lace cover
and lighted with golden color candle
! and shades in the music room, and
pink candle and shades in the library
Mrs. Robert Moss, Mrs. William H
Feldniever, and Mrs. Charles G. Feld
meyer. assisted in serving the refresh
ments. The first prizes were awarded
to Mrs. J B. Eppes and Mrs. Taylor.
The consolation prizes to Miss Clark
bon and Mrs. Burt. Others among the
fplayers were: Mrs. W. J. King, Mrs.
iZ. Wilson, Mrs. J. B. Rippere, Mrs
I Ralph Root, Mrs. H. J. Fenton, Mrs
! Guy R. Clements. Mrs. William B. Gar
diner. Mrs. J. O. Purvis, Mrs. C. A
Bramble, Mrs. Kadeach, Mrs. Scar
‘borough, Mrs. Owen Hill, Mrs. Bullard,
Mrs. E. H. Kidder, Mrs. T. J. Liitthi
cum. Miss Violet Strange, Mrs. George
1 Heintz, Mrs. Clarence M. White. Mrs
John S. Strvhorn, Mrs. C. C. Moss,
Mrs. Johnson, and Mrs. W. J. Seeley
Receiving
Congratulations
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Phibbons
. of West stret extended, are receiving
, - congratulations on the birth of a son
’ born last night at the Emergency
Hospital, this city.
| Scott Lane Ke.renger is the week
’end guest of his brother. Dr. C. W.
| Heffcngcr, at Sykeaville, Md.
RoiMec *•
Ark Aad Dote
Others members of the Peggy Stew
art Tea Party Chapter. D. A. R, who
will serve as hostess for the ceremon
ial of the Ark and the Dove Society to
be held a week from today in the Land
Office of the Court of Appeals Build
ing, appointed on the committee are:
Mrs. L. D. Gassaway. Mrs. R. D. Tis
dale, Mrs. J. F. McMakin, Mrs. Frank
A. Munroe, Mrs. B. Allein Welch. Mrs.
Grafton D. Ridout, and Mrs. George T.
Feldmeyer.
Little Girls
On Week-End Visit
Misses Margaret Hill, daughter of
Lieut.-Commaitder Owen Hill, U. S. X.,
Mary Knight Linthicum and Merle
Moss, are spending the #eek-end with
{heir friend. Miss Francis Moyer, at
the Homewood Apartments, Balti
more.
CHARGE OF PIRACY
MADE AGAINST TURKS
(Correspondence Associated Press.)
Athens OcL 10. —Piracy on the high
seas by swift motor boats armed with
machine guns is the charge made
against the Turks. From Kavalla, it
is announced that numerous Greek
sailing vessels have lodged com
plaints oT this piracy of which they
have been the victims. The crews
have been robbed in each case of all
their belongings, and the cargoes
looted.
These up-to-date Turkish pirates, it
is said, principally infest the Aegean
Sea off the Dardanelles, and the coast
of Asia Minor.
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JAMES F. STRANGE k AON. Prom. * • *tV IL Wr\TERON, Sale* Manager. Irak
NTFTY CONDITIONS
OF WEATHER TODAY
!i FOR GRIDIRON GAME
i j (Continued From Page One)
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. With great fervor than ever before.!
New Haven has flung the blue of the<j
. Ells and the orange apd black of the]
. Tiger aloft, until the commercial and
residential sections blaze with the
hues of the rival varsities.
Scarcely less important is the battle
between the undefeated Colgate team
and the powerful Syracuse combination
at Syracuse. Syracuse lost one game
f to Washington & Jefferson, 7 to 6.
Dartmouth checked Colgate’s totular
] fight by a 7-to-7 tie. .
~ Two other impressive football ma
t chines will line-up In the Pittsburgh
.[Pennsylvania combat, and here there!
! appears to be little choice. Such slight j
i margin as may exist leans in favor of 1
* the Glen Warner machine.
The West Virginia - Rutgers and*
• Dartmouth-Brown games are certain
to develop interesting football, but in j
each case the first-named team, on its
season form, i 3 the logical favorite. |
1 The more important games staged
1 today follow:
Princeton at Yale,
t 1 Colgate at Syracuse.
Pittsburgh at Pennsylvania.
1 West Virginia at Rutgers.
Dartmouth vs. Brown, at Boston.
Penn State at Cornell.
5 Tufts at Harvard.
I Villa Nova at West Point.
Colby at Annapolis.
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Men who fought the Hun in France j
and Belgium are still finding it hard !
t to put up with German kultur in any
form, even in music.—Savannah News.
DR. SMITH’S LECTURE
ON LUKE, PHYSICIAN
’ ‘ i
Tomorrow morning, at ten o’clock,
in tie Presbyterian Church. Prof. C. j
Alphonso Smith, head of the Depart
! ment of English at the Naval Acad- j
j (tray, and Elder of the Presbyterian
'Church, of this city, will deliver the
j fifth of his lectures on the Bible.
Dr. Smith’s subject tomorrow morn- 1
i tag will be the Gospel of Saint Luke,
which he will treat as written by
LuiO|, the physician. All who attend
this lecture are asked to read 'he Gos
pel before coming to jhe class.
These Bible lectures of Dr. Smith
have given the hearers a clearer in
sight into the subject matter treated
l|han ever gleaned before.and are pre
sented in a most interesting manner
j by .a close student of Bible history.
The opportunity to hear Prof. Smith
I expound the scripture comes hut once
| iln a lifetime.
PERIODIC DROUGHTS
: SERIOUS PROBLEM
((’orrespondeni'c associated Press.)
Rio Be Janeiro. Got. 10.—One of the
| most serious internal problems with
which (he Brazilian government has
10 deal is that'of relieving the popu
lation of three states in northeastern
Brazil from the effects of periodic
droughts. These states Caera. Para
! tiyba, and Rio Grande do Norte—have
11 combined area of 91.250 square
miles and a popol-.r'c.i of approxi
mately 2.00U.000. It is officially esti
| mated that, since 1577. more than 1,-
i 006,000 persons and an untold num
ber of livestock have died from hun
ger and disease as a result of these
droughts.
AT THE REPTHLir TONIGHT
“Please Get Married” is the' intrigu
!ing title of the Screen Classics, Inc.. |
! photoproduction starring dainty Viola j
|Dana, as the feature attraction at the!
Republic Theatre, today. The picture !
I is an adaptation of the riotous farce;
that was produced on the stage in j
i New York, and enjoyed a run of six j
j solid months.
The plot has to do with the honey
' |
moon of an adoring young couple who,
.1 through a combination of embarrass
ing circumstances, are interrupted as
1 often as they attempt to spoon.
. J S<*e the picture at the Republic to
night for rest of story.
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