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patches of late news at home and abroad are pub lished in The Capital. 11l r. MARYLAND GAZETTE—ESTABLISHED 1727. \ of. I.XX No. l(J. COMMITTEES NAMED f3ll JEWISH BELIEF ' DRIVEJN THE COUNTY Enthusiastic Meeting At Munici pal Building Held Last Night In Interest Of Campaign Which Begins Tomorrow For Relief Of Starving Jewish Children, World War Victims GOV HARRINGTON GENERAL CHAIRMAN A largely attended and enthusiastic meeting was held last night of citi zens of all creed:- and religious faith, called toj'e.ii t for the purpose of or g ~n./.a!ion toward ‘aiding the drive ! r the Jewish Relief Campaign which begins tomorrow all over the country. James A. Walton acted as chairman of the meeting, Bernard J. Wiegard, secretary. fit able Weiss, who had been named by the State Headquartera, chairman of tlm drive for the Jewish Relief in Anne Arundel County, made an e.irm st and impressive plea, telling of the aims of the drive, and the duty incumbent on all, Jew and Gentile, to ; itelp alleviate the suffering of the Hebrews in Europe whom the war lias made homeless and reduced to a s arvlng condition. Governor Emerson C. Harrington was elected general chairman of the drive for Anne Arundel County, with the following vice-chairmen: Mayor John J. Levy, Judge Robert Moss, Dr. Thomas Fell, Col. Harry J. Hopkins. \V. Meade llolladay. Ad miral Scales, Robert L. Werntz and Ridgely i* Melvin. The following officers and commit tees were elected and appointed: Charles Weiss, chairman; James A. Walton, treasurer; Bernard J. Wie gard. secretary. Executive Committee Charles \\< -;s, James A. Walton. Bernard J. Wiegard, Anthony C. Davis, Louis Stern. I Strauss, Harry Kenchington, Ds ar Sharks, Rev. 11. Zenit z, Joseph L i min. L. Sehenker, John Kaiser, (Continued On Rage Three) Maryland Avenue M. E. Church EMMETTE R. SPENCER. S. T. R. Pa.tor Corner Maryland Avenue and Prince George Street i> -0 ; lit ANKSGIVING SI'NIIW IN VI.I, 1 tKP.V KTMFNTS OP TIIK <lll lull g TOMORROWS SHU VICKS O i ' r M iio A. M Sunday Rvhnnl > II mi \ M Sulijr. t, "Hnllt'luj-.ili !" (lied Reiynetli.l <} j k 7 l.i I*. M . . . . Knwortli l.o:iirni‘ •C l j. . o , v s (HI l“. M Snbjeft. "Tin* I'iimerHfnl Servant. I Seventh of Series of "TnrubUs of .leans") Conic Gel a Souvenir Program . CCCd\>oooo7oooooeoo 000000000 0 0 O C; 0 00 000£06000 0000 £ O 0 o First Methodist Episcopal Church Slate Circle 1 11. W. BURG AN. D. D.. Minister THANKSGIVING SUNDAY SPECIAL SERMONS 15V THE PASTOR. 11 A. M "The True Foundation for National Thanksjiivinp." Thursday P'nlon Thankspivlnp Servi.e. COME! ENTER WITH THANKSGIVING i. -. _■ . r .,- r j v v AOOOOOOVOvOOOOOCOOOO vOOOOOOO vVOOOOCOOOOOC£O 0 <> , o o > <:* ; l The Annapolis Banking f <N Trust Company l I Total Resources Over $1,300,000.00 Capital .... $ 50,000.00 | o o I FOUR PER CENT I PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS, and I .> o 1 TWO PER CENT I PAID ON CHECKING ACCOUNTS £ Balances all over Five Hundred Dollars • £ o- o O o o o o o Open an account and let it gr ow with us Z Sate deposit boxes for rent o o o _ o o o & O 3 1 HOWARD THOMPSON, JR. JAMES A. WALTON g o Secretary and Treasurer President O o O o -a to oo 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 10 SETTLE COUNTY’S ANNEXATION CLAIM Judge Trippe Meets Messrs. Wal ton And Munroe On Issue -j 1 THE ESTIMATE IS $200,000 •— r | James A. Walton, presided of tin B Hoard of County Commissioners for sjthU county; James M. Munroe, se- j looted as Baltimore city’s representa-i five and Judge McC. Trippe, of the! j Appeals Tax Court of Baltimore, held j I their first meeting in Baltimore on Wednesday of this week on the qaes- 1 ! tion of the valuation of property in ' Anne Arundel County, taken the corporate limitea of Baltimore city, under the provisions of the An nexation law enacted bv the Legisla- j X t ure at the session of 1918. i The pending situation was discuss ed in a general way. but it is stated i i that definite action in the premises . will he taken as promptly as circum stances will permit. The County has l grave concern in this matter because i of the great reduction made in the .is r sessable basis as a result of the an i luxation law, and moreover tie* erec : ; tion of expensive school and public ■ : buildings there within the last few > years. President Walton of the Board * of Commissioners has already sub i milled an estimate of the County's i claims amounting to about $203,000. , SUCCESSFUL DANCE FOR JEWISH RELIEF • Last night the dance given at the ■ 1 City Assembly Rooms for the bene ' tit of the Jewish Relief Fund, the I campaign for which drive starts to morrow. was most successful. The-promoters of the dance are to be congratulated on the result of the dance,, the receipts from which netted them over SIOO. which is considered an excellent showing, inasmuch as j the dance was given on short notice. , * Trinity Church .Services The regular services will be con- : . ducted at Trinity Methodist .Episcopal | i Church. South .tomorrow. Sunday . School at 10 o’clock and preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:B0 p in., by the pastor j i Rev. A E. Owens. MINGE PUBLIC HEADING I OAS FOB DECEMBERIO City Counselor Advised By Serv ice Commission Of Matter— Repot t Of Bureau Of Stand ; ards Shows Householders Have Suffered Discomforts INVITE EVERYONE TO ATTEND MEETING | The gas question in Annapolis, which has been the sab; '■ *>t much agitatioy for month-. prohahD will lie Settled for good and all, as ( tty < -an si lor George E. Hallman, to wham w ; delegated tlm duty of getting in tom a with the proper otfn iuD about the m.:, ter this mot .ling received a !-.-• tor from the Public Service ('ommisuoit ul Maryland stating that a public h. arit:g v. ill lie given in Annapolis o:i the morning of Dee-amber lb at lb: .0 o’clock. In view of the situation therefore, it is incumbent i;;.■ .11 ail cott ; .sumer.-t who have complaints to t• r in the premises should attend ; >-. ' meeting which will be held in the Municipal Building The ga ; question has long since been 'an issue that has exasperating to pre.c tic-'lly all the consumers of tin- ci... because of the quality, 1*1: 11 pr.-s --•' sure and horrible odors coining there from. It h-s been subject ot investi gation at various limes at tile hands of i engineers in the employ of tin. St.-.u --' Roads Commission, and tinaliy van re ferred to the experts at the l lilted States Bureau of St tiidar*! ; Tneso ex perts after careful analysis of the sil- I nation, in course of v hi: i. they inve. - tigated a number cl' specific cases, j came to the conclusion that Annapolis has been in a Wid plight. A volumin ous report to tint effee: has 1* an tiled 1 with City Counselor Rulintan In Cue An< antime. Mayor Levy and his r.I --! leagues of the City Council lv. vc he n ! diligent in their efforts to bring the 1 matters to a lina! words. In other . words to secure something definite a to why the matter should be thus and so. The members of the Civic l.eagiu 1 also became very active in the preml (Continu 1 on Page Four) Chevrolet IMMEDIATE DELIVERY ()X X FAY ClllAKui.l’T 10l lx 1X (1 t A RS. SHI!'- MENT II ST ARRIVED. | COME AND SEE THEM. A. KRAUSE 100 BJ.< >CK. WF.ST ST. phone i:>i ~CAKE SALE BV Tin: BISHOPS (iflljt T? BSHAV AI'T ii It NOON 2 :(k> T(> 0:00 AT 1-si I‘IJIXCK Cl fiKOC STItHI T A. W. SHARPE Optician 136 Main Street , ANNAPOLIS. MARYLAND. ’ ANNOUNCEMENT! TLV f - AY/E have now initialled in oi:r pressing depart' men: the celt-h rated Hoffman pressing machine. OoUics cleaned and pressed rapidly act! in the "jjTjjjfjL Why spend money for a new so:: or ...r ?We can make ihe old ones fre.dt at new on ,i.;r lloflmuii Sanitary Clothes Presser. SAM A. GREENFIELD, Market Space POPULAR TAILOR j Goods called for and delivered. C. & P. PHONE 46!!. 1 n:ai - : H— ■-= TH El MARYLAND GAZETTE. ANNAPOLIS, Ml).. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER Y.\ ST. ANNE’S CEMETERY FINAL RESTING PLACE CAPT. WEBSTER, U. S. A. Remains Of (Ell War Veteran, In ternal \t Richmond.- Brought Here Toditj The remains of Captain William Eugene V. si or. v v, • iKb 1 i t action during tit ("vll Mar. *>.- brought here to lay f'r 1 ur..:l in tl’c • lui \u i Ah '•* ( ■'** r. was born in N-. w Haven. Conn, a; in borne of b ! trail Hath r. Noah Web ster and hi ; mctL-r was Mu - its 1- 1\ F'igen 1 S' -:rt. n r Vlryh.ht. H .vent to Yale < -li. t-• - :* • 1 anerw.irus :o West 1 oil. . j-lo re he stood No. In bis eiass. At the out break of the Civil War !. joined the Confederate Arm;, ami w.i 1 Hied - June 27. 1 a- i aide 01 Cold l!.:ri or 1 1 1 1 1 i.- • s t *ken from the iaiEefhdd into Richmond. Va , to the home of his cousin. Gn eral Pel ert E. Lev-, from whence his funeral took plaee. Captain V.otstor married Miss F..nuy Lynn, daughter of Mr. John Galloway Lvnn. of Cumberland. Md. Mrs We! step resides in Annapolis with her daughter. Mrs. Daniel R M tgruder. .’diss Rebeca L Webster. <)•' Rocit •r. N. V.. is also a dattglt- TODAY “SAILING DT IN STATE HISTORY Today is "foiling Day” in Mary lr ml history, ami patriotic sod: lies g :tcr :,!!>• will oliserve it as marking the two, hundred and eighty-sixth anni • - - up of the sailing of the Ark and Dove. :C though onl> a few formal celeb:; tic- Inve been announced. The Sooiot. -•>• Colonial Wars w -11 h od its * -Id.re: •onight at the Maryland Club I for- Sner Pnited fjtate • Senator Willard Saulsliury. of Delaware, will lie :Y : pc iker. The Maryland Pilgrim:’ A tviut loir has deferred it: celebration and will hold it Monday night at 8:30 at Lo yola Colle' r < assembly rooms. T:> s ..■ill In- the lirst i-elchraticm of the Pil grim to which women have been in-, vi tod. The Marvt md Pilgrims’ A-vociati-uh i.-f the oldest historical sn.- ; - > in the State, having been organiz'd I 1 ls<7 :■ 1 p-rpetviate the illustrious <t -Is of Mm lit-st Maryiaml pilgrims. Tin 1 ”Sf)i;-:y of the Ark in 1 *h<; Dove” is eelehrating "Sailing Day” w ill oerenionics at file Land Oflu i. Court of Appeals Building, at I! o’clock this afternoon. V I K K \V O 0 i) CIIIISTMT. PINK AND OAK At.SO KINDLING . Pins r frcua farni V. V. K.JIOWAT riIONB ISM I U * lit I ilf CAPABLE BOOKKEEPER WANTED A local business office is in mol of the services of a capable man for bookkeeping and office work. ppli cation should sta’e fully the exp' ri cnee and qualilications of applicarit, and Pic salary expected. Ajiply Box 254, Capital Office. n 22 MORE MILK The Holly p.eacli Dairy can take car? of a few more customers. Phone 1 SoT-F-5. or address Manager, Holly Reach Farm. Annapolis. fi27 CASE HW HITS MOTION FBI BETH judges Having Suspended Sen tence Will Move Have To Dis pose Gi Motion Filed By Counsel For Defense—Meau -1 i ume. Murderer Has Keen Re manded To Jail TRIAL OF PRISONER ATT R ACT E D INTKREST ' i i Whether or r.ot the colored , : Robert Robin-os. coin icted y* der- 't -lay .-r murder in ’he lir.-s degree he- ; tin re Judges Dobler. l)a>vk ; ns and | : j-ieuish-r. in the Criminal Cd*’': of., lit. i'iinor.- city for the killing of Jam , IKltier Typings, a prominent farmer 1 c-t ihe Third dis ri ; of A::m* An n l ill■ -1 County, on April 2*', lasi, now do-i |-“las i-pon the nation o: tin irio <•i .Judges. When the verdict was ren- - it.-red in that tribunal yesterday aft- 1 i moon. Milton A. li.ishiell, i-nunse! i • . |.ri- finer, tiled a motion lor iae re- i ; ri.il. '1 lie Judges- have not. as ] •ueeitle.l uj on what date they will hear ■ o r ■men t. upon ike motion or whe'h i :-er they v. ill otherwise dispose of it. I In the meantime. Robinson, will be i'confined to the iial'.imore ci.y jail. i Action may be deliyed > >veral days ; Arguments of the lawyers in the ; ease leyan yes.erday morning, the ; j. testimony having been eonc-luded ; Thursday, and lasted v.n.til the mi.!-; ■ r-e ss, when tile Judg--s ret ire-d ' * deiii,crate upon ’i• * decision. As ' .dstant State's Attorney lior m s ; Smi h made the opening argumeir >r : - th>* i.roseeution ami was followed I y V: orney Dashiell for the ib fen State's Attorney Nicholas H Green. o', \nne Arundel County, vlierc Robin sou was Indicted, and from which th- | < : e v.us- reinov 'U to Ua'.tiniora t.r! trial closed tlu* argument. Robinson : bowed no evidence of : i otio.i as lie was taken out of the j ui -r.-ronm l ick io the lockup Fxccutlon by hanging is the pen-j ally for Robin.-on's offense, this being' the discretion of the Court. ! • EUT.-COM. LATH ROd VICTIM OF DROWNING \ dispatch from Richmond. Va..l states: ' A cablegram was received here t>>- d y announcing the death by accident drowning of Lieut.-tom. i‘ T. Moore L.tlhrop, i'. S. V. st.riom l a' !! - de Janerio. He was seized a i-ear; attack while bathing in the!' li irbor yesterday evening and : ml: : most immediately. The 1.-odv was' tccvered. He was tre.n fcrre.l from la eon in September to a supply de-; po; at Rio de Janerio. For two ye. rs previous he was supply officer attach j e I to the Government radio school at , Cambridge, ilis wife was .Miss Coii . .: n< e Davies, of Berkeley, Cab Lieutenant - Commander Lathrop 1 was a native of Ric'amon 1. Two i rothors. George and Carroll Lath rop. live at 30kit Broadway, New York. 0 i FICIA L RET URNS OF ELECTION CANVASSED The State Board of Canvassers yes terday conducted the final tabulations of tiie results in the election for all of the State offices except Governor. No change was shown in the results Th ■ returns in the Gubernatorial election were received under seal and sent to Annapolis. The House of- Delegates canvasses the returns in: th "> “lection for Governor. THANKSGIVING SUNDAY AT MD. AVE. CHURCH Tomorrow at Maryland Avenue M. E. Church will be observed as Thanks giving Day Sunday in all departments of the church. A the morning service, at 11 o'clock, the pastor. Rev. Emmett K. Spencer, wii! preach on the subject, “Hallelu • jab.’ (God Reigneth.) Souvenir pro gram.-. will be given all who attend the ; service. Jr. the evening th? pastor will preach ; on the seventh of the subjects listed j in the series of the “Parables of Jesus" ; “Tiie Unmerciful Servant." Conferences lit St, Anne’s Informal meetings and conferences j will be held in St. Anne's Church on I Tuesday and Wednesday of imxt week.: ut 4 o'clock, and abo at 7:30. The Rev. Dr. John Yellott will be in charge j ar, 1 will explain the Nation-wide Cam paign, giving full opportunity for ! questions and answers. Every family j in any way connected with St. Anne's I 1 Parish, in Annapolis. Eastport or sub- j Pros, should attend as many of these j meetings as possible. MISS M’GUKSS 10 INSTRUCT GIRLS Athletic Association Of Gram mar School To Meet Monday For Election Of Officers ASK PARENTS TO HELP On Monday, in the s* b.o.d assembly ha’l. of the Annapolis Grammar School the meeting of the Athletic A?social! m for the election of this year's ettio >r will be held. The girls will be intro duced to Miss Me Gainings tk -ir n-, \v teacher of physic ■! education It i hoped the rirls will show the prnp r spirit in joining and supporting the association, in order to kt ep Miss Mc- Gpimiess a full year. is a further means of promoting athletics, the following letter has been sent to parents. Ann a poll-- Md . Nov. 18. P'Rb Dear Parents: The Athletic Association which was formed in the grammar school last wear has been of great benefit to the h,.\s and girl- P has helped them phvsh-allv and because of t'ui added interest in the physb il work the pu piD have taken'm >re interest in their studies, it has also been the means of creating a fine school spirit among the boys and girls In order to give the girls the sane opportunity that the boys enjoy the association tills year wishes <0 raise a sufficient sum of money to procure an instructor of physical education for the girls. After the nnual meeting, which will bp held shortly, the officers will col lect the dues which w : ll he used in part to defray the expenses of the girls' ;n-'motor and for balls, tapes and other necessary equipment. The dues w !I be twenty-five cents ($2. r >) for aoh boy and girl front the fourth to the eighth grades. It is our earnest desire to secure (Continued On Page Two.) CHURCHES TO UNITE IN THANKSGIVING SERVICE The T'nion Thanksgiving service thm year will be held in First Methodist I . seofial Church, State Circle, next Thursday morning at 10:::> o’clm-i*. Tic- special sermon will be preached b\ .'lev. A E Owens, pastor of Trinity .Ve-’nodi t Ep. • ' p i Church, i-o-oh. Th - offering t t the service will he for th • benefit of th<> 1-lmergency Hospital "Hie co-0,-,e ;<titig churches, besides Fit st Method'::’, are College Avenue Baptist, First Presbyterian, Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church. Sou’ll, s't Martin's Evangelic il Lutheran, ami .Maryland Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church. A large attendance i utu-e.l as this is one of the most ignificeitt Thanksgiving days in the hi try of our nation. Dance Ai Lhulon Tonight Titere will be a dance at Klvalon Station, on the Annapolis Short Line tonight. Take S or !t o'eiork ear II all rigiit at the station. Good music will be furnished and all are assured a good time. LOST Black and gray setter iog. Ha ; brass-studdeii collar. Phone or notify WILLIAM H. THOM XS & CD , Main Street. n 22 The Farmers National Bank Of Annapolis, Maryland • | ! . == ORGANIZED 1835 1 : = ; Gross Assets, . . $2,803,221.62 j Individual Deposits, $2,149,226.07 SECURITY AND SERVICE ARE WHAT WE OFFER Per.. Cent INTEREST ON SAVINGS ACCOUNT j — 'i ‘Uhe Only Rational IBank in Jlnne Jlrundel County : j pi d Cloudy Cloudy tonight. with light snow; Sunday fair, somewhat collier. TUB EVENING CAPITAL—ESTABLISHED IMF I'KIO'. ONE Ui \ r FIVE COMMITTEES i MED TO HOLE issue on mm Mayor Levy Announce A y pointments Tlu; Moi.iin . Following Interestin’, AL-c t Last Night Va: ions Q.. • i tions Discussed As Mean. IX.r Raising Revenue ANNEXING SUBURBS IS DEL 1C Alb: IS.-, I .: Mayor le>> ainmuu.*.! Shi . iimrniiiv tii' iipimiiitmi til <u i. itiinmilt<<-v un iiti t H> Miarlcr ns follows: Km ni uf ( lly l.mi'ram'iii 'ln jur Klhy, cbiir min: Will).mu 1,. Marcy. eiMi’iselur Kullu. .-• a, I. Horsey b:ii'i Hii), and J e.. ;*h M. \ ruisfmug. Public ( ! ilii ii -s May <u • t, (vliairm.iii i; I rank s m ntcyer, iililcriiian rimer I . Parkin-.>n. Major It if •-. alder man .f ii it n Russell. Finance 1,. I>. (.a-s.iw-.y. (i liairilian); .1. < lay ton P-n i cr, alderman C. W. Smith. ,l<sc|*li M. Vriiislrnng and Mayor Liny. Flection -William 1.. Marry, (chairman); former Mayor .las. I’. Strange, alderman linssill. abli i man John Taylor, and Dr. Wallmi 11. Hopkins. Itnumiary nr Annexation * Slate’s Vttoruey Nicholas 11. Green, (elialrinan):. eonmclor Riillnian, Mayor I ciy.and three i nlhers y l l to be sc (cited by the eiiininiiiiitles of IX**tjk*rf, Gcr || inantuwii and West Annapolis. . | * i For more than iwo liter: la t nieu'. * ;hi* ten members of the t its i ’.nine;:, Bind the Charter Commission of chi >izens. representing wriotis line.-, of l business endeavor of Be* cits, hdher ito named i v John Levy, held a joint se don In the Council Cham ber, and discus, ed ways and n.*ms ) ot increasing the revenues of thecily to meet deficits and inereased i\ jenses witji whicli it is now confront-, ed. either through amending the pres (Continued on Page Three ) For Sale ’ I.V! .MFDIAII. DI .I.IX ERV ‘ <i.\ XI-.W I iri'M* Jill I.K . 1 < H'RJXG (.'AUS. i I A. KRAUSi: l*d) 111 J K l\. \\ I*.S 1 rl. 11 f 1 DANCE r STATE ARMORY J \ in.AUi s : nun f i _ J Cominu .Vlornlay, Noicmln r 24 > t'liiler lie- Aiisiili i-s uf tie- Aia* ii* .ill I l.*-gioti I* s RENT-:FIT <>r Tin-: \mi:im< j cnoss V Music furiiistieil l*v l'ri.C. Vi* I t i * Or. lifHtrn nf S*-v* u (*!***-* | l GKNTI.KMBN. .Vi*-. LA I *ll -'* - r '