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AM) MARYLAND GAZETTE
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AXIAPOIJK. MU.
I’ubilahed Rj|t Sunday by
TDK CAPITAL RI’HLISHI.VO COMPANY
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THK EVENING CAPITAL
Is on nal** at the following places: ,
George W. Jones I*.>4 Main St.
William Schultzs M West St
Geo. J. Davis 74 Maryland Avc.
CltnlS. G. Fcldmeyer 50 Maryland AVe.
Martin ICatiieh., .for. f!au<lall & King tiro, *
William Baker West and Catlie4*i!
I toll v** r<-<l In Annapolis, FasUmrt, tier- j
mini town and West Annapolis by i-ariler
tor SO i-enis per month.
You eaii have tile FVI-JNTNG CAPITAL
mailed to you when away from the etty
by leaving your name and address at the
oitleo, for 20 '-eiita per month; Id.St) per
year. payable In advance. to any I'ostodii e
In (‘nited States or <'aimda.
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ft-eond flans Matter. %
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Member of The Associated I'ress
The Associated Press Is exclu
sively entitled to the use for re
ptlblleation >f all new# credited to
It or not otherwise credited In this
paper and also the loeal news pub
lished herein. Ail rights of re
puldh atlou of special ulspati lies
herein are also reserved.
FRIDAY. NOV KM HER 2s. 11419.
Jil (.IMS llVKli WHO (.IMS
(fl K KI.V
Annapolis will tlo its part for
tin* Jewish War Relief Fund, and,
tile meeting at the State House
on Tuesday nijfht was a niemor
ahle tine. RafMii l.azaron, who
made the t hief address, and tinn
ed the lea oils for the appeal to!
the people of America on behalf!
of the starving Jews of the ea>t 1
% t
ern war zone, was jjivcmi such a
welcome and attentive hearing;
that was altfiiulantlv deserved.
Jucljrt* Moss emphasised the fact
that the lirst Annapolis hoy t.>
> give his life in the war was a Jew
Private Snyder—and the Kcv.j
J )r. l’.nrgan made a notable ad
dre-s that was a revelation as to
the conspicuous part that the
Jews h.Vve played throughout
American history.
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lit* all the meritorious work,
financial and otherwise, of the
war period, the Jews of Awnapo
lis and ot Maryland and of the;
countrv* have been foremost.

They have contributed generous
ly and charity is not only en
joined by tlfh Jewish religion /but;
its practice is one of the most:
sterling trails of the Jewish char
acter to every worthy cause,
without distinction of creed orj
nationality. , < hir help has gone*
unstintedly to the war-ridden*
countries of western Europe.*
Bel gium, prostrate under tlu*
German military heel. Would*
have fared much worse than it
did. had not Hoover, witli his
countrv hack of uliiui,. fed the
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starving Belgian womeg and
children. France has known our
bounty, and there comes out of
the Fast the the millions!
of Jews of the Polish and Rus
sian cities who have neither
homes nor food nyr anr prospeci.
of getting ,either this w inter.
/What has been done for Bel
gium and for Northern France
must.be done for the Jews of
eastern lurope. Ihe Belgians'
and the French, tide*! over the;
lirst awful shock of war's deso
lation. have taken up the work of
Self-Mtpport by agriculture and
industry. Fhe Jews arc far
worse off than these were. Not
onlv were their possessions, their
means of support.' entirely con
.sunied in tlu* war, but unlike the
Belgians and the French, they
hav** no access to the land, lhe
peasant oi western Europe, if lie;
survived the war. had but to turn
his hand to the art of agricul
ture to provide his daily food and
become, in some measure or a!-,
together, self-sustaining. ThV
Jew of eastern Europe not only
was never a farmer, but he has
been long prohibited from hold
ing‘or working on land. Ip the
destruction of the cities and Mi
lages he lost not only his home.
]>ut the means of livelihood. Un
til the winter is past, these peo
ple, especially tffe women and
children, must be fed and clothed
and housed.
Charitable as they are. the
is beyond the Jews ofj
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THF FVF\IYG CAPITAL AND MARYLAND GAZETTE, ANNAPOLIS, MARA LAND, FRIDA\, NOV EMBER &L 1919.
■ America, even if it were theirs <
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alone. Ihe American people j
| stood as one in overthrowing.
i German militarism and in succor-j
!
ing the war suit ere rs in western
Europe, and they will stand a
one in heeding this cry from east )
' t-rn and southern Europe. v
, If you have any sum of money,
even the smallest, for the Jewish
Relief Fund, don't wait to be ask
ed for it. Any bank, the paste
of any church, any agency to
; w nich you may entrust it. will,
gladly and promptly hand it t<
the Treasurer of the local Jewish
Relief Committee.
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I LETTER TO EDITOR
( o(respondent Discitsses Three Pru|>.
osltion*. ( uiieernhig The Yuture Of
Fnstporf, Anent The Projected
Amendment* To City < barter Of
To fhe Editor of the Evening Capital:
East port, a thriving village across
the Spa from Annapolis, has now a
population of atom 3,000 people, sev
eral .Marine Railways and Shipbuild
ing Plants, about 30 stores, 2 school
houses, 4 churches, and several Ovs
, ter Packing houses. Its people of the
! highest type of Good Citizenship and
Thrift, have now three propositions
confronting them, which are to he!
considered by the next General As- j
sembl.v of Maryland, which meets in
January, 1920. The propositions are:
1. Annexation.
2. Incorporation,
3. The present government by the
County Commissioners of Anne Arun
del County.
Now let us take up in order. (1)
Annexation and of what advantage to
the citizens. j
There can be no doubt that the tax *
for Annapolis City will be increased
to $1.50.0n the hundre.Nl v Act of the
General Assembly. If Eastport *
| should be annexed of course this sl.sf! j
would be added to the $2.50 on the
hundred, and make a total of $4 00 on
! each hundred dollars of property we
own; for State. County, School and
Road taxes. Now what special bene
fit will we derive from this enormous
| increase? Any casual observer will
at once see the felly of such an un
dertaking. which would place upon
its unbearable burdens. Our police,'
lighting, and street system could not
he improved thereby. So much fur
annexation.
2. Incorporation, and what does it
mean. That by direct taxation upon
the property of Eastport solely, elec
tric lights, policing, streets, town
buildings which would have to tj in
tailed, to insure proper municipal
government; beside numerous inci- j
ddlital expenses. Hy close figuring it !
. is found, that a tax from $1.25 to $1.50
on the hundred, would l* necessary
to run it as an incorporated town i
Add this to the $2.50 for State. County
! and School tax. and it at out brings;
tin to annexation. Therefore this I
(proposition, like the first, must ht j
( very carefully considered,
i Now wo come to the third proposi- j
’ tion, to remain as tip are. It would
'seem, that on the whole, that is. con
sidering present conditions, we art
faring letter under this third prop
osition. than either of the others
i With all opportunities of improve
rs cuts, and consequent growth ir
population, property and wealth. By
proper Acts of Legislation. the
, Conti:y Commissioners can install t
.sewerage system and water supply i
I Bonds can bo issued to run for a lorn j
term of years, to pay for same, as well i
ds-strec* improvements. We can stil ! ,
continue to have our lights, police
protection, etc., and our tax rate will
not be materially increased. Now le*
our citizens consider carefully these
matters, and by so doing they will set
that it will be to their interest tc i
get ready for 'ho .incoming Loguda- |
lure. by having all necessary bills j
♦ drawn, that will insure good govern-i
men;, needed improvements, etc., at j
he same time keeping down our tax j
rate Now is the time to prepare.
Nsgw. iu conclusion. 1 want to as?
Mayor Levy, why he told ,us at our
Community Meeting about three
months ago. that water mains would
be at once laid; but they have not
teen as yet, and pray *vh>* not. 1
■sh.iir have more to say along these
lines in the future.
JESSE LEE CLARK.
Eastport. .V A Co.. Md.,
November 26. 1919.
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Oilcloth For Lunch Table
Who would have thought—even
during those economical war days—-
that we would come to using oilcloth
on the dining room table? But here
are oilcloth luncheon sets, smart as
smart, offered at quite respectably
staggering prices in the little shops
connected with smart tea rooms. For
about $5 one can buy a presentable
set of centre piece, plate and teacup!
dollies, all made of oilcloth —that is j
of oilcloth's first cousin, white pebble- j
i cloth—with . painted decoration that'
vrtll not wash off when ones table*
! oilcloths are wiped with a damp cloth ;
and put away fresh for another occas
ion.
An attractive set is of cream white
pebble-cloth, and each piece is bor
dered with a half-inch band of brown
ish tan. In the corner of each doily
and at the four cornors of the squar<
centre-piece are three stiff little greer
j cedar trees.
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CEMETERY ASSOCIATION
MAKES SECOND APPEAL
FOR URGENT NEEDS
Will Lolholders Permit “(•ed’s Acre";
To (o l neared For! Funds
Needed For Fpkeep
The ladies of the Cemetery A*so-j
ciation desire again to <iJI attention:
to the ‘Red Letter Day"’ envelopes)
which were distributed last week to j
every lot-holder in St. Anne's and)
Locust Grove Cemeteries. It is im
possible to emphasize tot) strongly the j
fact that unless th.*re is a generous j
response to this appeal the-Assooia-1
tion will find ;t jniHixr-itle to continue |
its work.
There is r.ot enough money in the'
treasury to pay the helper's salary,
to repair th j brick wall, and to do
other necessary’ work which is always
attended to during the win’er season
If every lot-owner will give littTe or
much, according to liis or her ability
the required shim can le easily raised
There are many lots upon which not
one cent is paid from one year's end
to the next, and the sum from the
paid lots is not nearly sufticic*it to:
the upkeep of those lots, keeper's sal
ary. and the many expenses iN solute-!
ly necessary to prevent that sacred i
spot from becoming simply a "wild
erness ”
Tfieerfore. each lot-owner is urged
to Contribute towards this worthy •
work.
JEWISH TAG DAY
. GREAT SUCCESS
Yesterday was "Tag Day" for the
benefit of the Jewish Relief Fund for
starvThg children in Europe, and a
: Successful tag day it was, considering
it was a holiday.
town was divided into sections
principally by wards, and each was in
charge of some Jewish lady, and work
ed by litle Jewish children, it is esti
mated that tag day receipt* will bt
SIOO or more, as returns from the first
ward. Mrs Flora Israel, in charge arc
$50.00. and from the Lecond Ward
Mrs. Philip Miller, leader, S4O. Other
returns have not 3s yet been handed
* The school children of the public
I schools here gave through collections
of various classes. $25.18 to the Jewish
Relief Fund, and the dance at the high
school is yet to be heard from.
The Carvel Hall dance proceed
front Wednesday night amounted t<
$51.18. Through, Chaplain Evans at
the Naval Academy there has been sent
to Chairman Charles Weiss of the
Anne Arundel committee of Jewish
War Relief, the sum of $l3B. The Jew
ish committee is gratified at the gen
erosity of citizens and express grati
tude for their aid in alleviating the
sufferings of their people in Europe
devastated by conditions.
Today Chairman Weiss is in the
county endeavoring to secure helj
from countains.
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Laundering Guilts
An easy way to wash your bed
quilts or comfortables is in this man
ner:—Fiist take a small scrub fcrus*
and a pan of suds and scrub well the
most soiled parts. f
j Place (he article to be cleaned ovei
a table to do this. Second, place ar
j tide on clothesline and proceed wifi,
the garden hose. Let the full fore
of water soak the quilt or comfortable
well.
This may need be done several
times, but the result is a good, cleat
comfortable without the pulling a par
of the interlining. Oo this on a goo<
windy day.
,
kitchen kinks
Potatoes to be French fried shoah
i stand in cold water for an hour le
j fore frying.
Left over fruits, whether fresh ot
(canned, may be used fn delicious
gelatine salads.
A baked custard is a gobd item i;
a school lunch; so are table raisin,
and fresh nuts.
Never spend a great deal ot' tint*
I on old materials—do the work in tin
I simplest manner.
| Wear goggles when using cleaning
! fluids—like ammonia—which give of
Irritating fumes.
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WHY WOMEN SUFFER
Hany Annapolis Women Are Learning
The Cause
Women often suffer, not knowing
the cause. •
Backache, headache, dizziness. n6r .
vousness. v
Irregular urinary passages weak
ness, languor—
Each a torture of itself.
Together hint at weakened Jc/dneys
Strike at the root —get to the cause
No other remedy more highly en
iorsed than Doan's Kidney Pills.
Recommended by thousands
Endorsed at home. Ask your neigh
bor!
Here's convincing testimony fron j
an Annapolis citizen.
Mrs. Daisy Como. 16 Holland stree* j
Annapolis, says: "For six years 3 j
had kidney, trouble. Whenever J
stooped I suffered from pain in tht
j small of my back which was as se
j vere as toothache. Mornings I feL
■niorfe tired than when I went to bed
often my feet swelled. I go -
Doan’s Kidney Pills at the R. R
| Smith Pharmacy and the first box
: 1 rought great relief. I still use
Doan's Kidney Pills whenever I feel
in need of them. Doan's are very ef
fective for kidney trouble and I gladiy
recommend them to other kidney suf
ferers.” ' ' * .
60c, at all dealers. Foster-Milburn
Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. —(Adv.)
1 I
took Jams Rapidly
Jams should be cooked rapidly in a
I porcelain lined vessel and should be
) stirred with a wooden spoon or pad
idle. Almost constant stirring is necj
jessary to prevent fuming. The
i amount of sugar employed in making
ijatn is a matted of choice. Al oVt,
! three-fourths as much sugar as 1 er-J
: ries is the most .common proportion. |
|but with fruits which are rich in nat-l
jural sugars less may he used.
I When the mixture has toiled to the !
! proper consistency place the jam in:
jelly glasses or pint containers
These should have been boiled fur flf
|teen minutes before filling Pour hoH
! melted paraffin over the surface when
Miie jam cool. If the jam is placed
j in pint containers, screw on boiled top
immediately after the jar is'tilled.
Marmalades require’fruit whichhas
pectin. When finished the fruit should,
appear in small pieces throughout the
jelly-like mixture. For marmalades.!
prepare the fruit, cut in small pieces i
or slices (if large are usedL and 1 oil
in a syrup until the whole mass is of
a jelly consistency. It may be put
into jelly glasses or pint'jars.
Searchlight For Nfcht Flying
A powerful searchlight of the piew ,
'dishpan” tyre * ias been built for the
Government for use in guiding avia-j
i tors in night .flights. This great |
eon has approximately 3.000.000 candle
power. It is operated by two enor
mous motors. and.Jt cm "pick up” an:
j aviator three miles in the air. The J
s light is set upon a wheel c hassis and j
. n be easily moved about. It will la I
r.msported by motorcar ahead of the,
olanes etch dayjo the spot where the
landing is to be made at night, and i* v - I
rays will guide the aviators to the)
ground.
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keep Yc.nr Eyeglasses ( lean
Eyeglasses shopld be frequently j
cleaned wVn alcohol, which is prefer-j
able to water, and either tissue paper
>r chamois leather is better than the
isuai handkerchief. If alcohol is not
handy, use warm water with a few
drops cf ammonia. Rub with a soft ■
m ush and polish with tooth powder j
and tissue paper. #
People often ask opticians to change
their glasses, as they cannot see
through them, while all the lenses
need is a good w ashing.
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Nothing will take the deceit out of
a bachelor like marrying a widow.
PUBLIO SALE
—OK YAUWIILi:
PERSONAL PROPERTY
MI LKS. HOItSE. CO\ts. FARMING IM
PLEMENTS. lilM SKMOI.II l't UN 1 -
Tl lii:, RTF.
By authority of the owner. P. I!. Jenkins,
I will offer to puhlie joioHou on the farm
of the lovo r ne-ir Arnold s station. Short
Line Railroad, on
Saturday, November 23, 1919,
t’omtuenHng at 10 :30 o>-lo< k. A. M.
The following personal property:
i Ute brown tun re. seven yea’s old; 1 pair
of young mules, a ows. 1 heifer. 1 sow and
pigs, t two horse farm wagon. 1 two-liorso
spring wagon. 1 earring-. 1 fodder eutw-r
1 eorn eraeker. 1 eorn shelter. 1 pea and i
n. n plaut-r. 1 grindstone 1 good vis, . I
set double wagon harness. 1 set single
lit.floss, lot of plow harness. 1 grain
cradle. 1 No. 1!) Olive- chill p’ow. new; 1
si ring tooth harrow. 1 spike-tooth harrow- 1
*wo-hi.rse dis • 1 lime and f- tili'/er rill.
double shovel plows, 1 double ellltiv.itor,
I stogie shovel plow. 1 good slab drag.
iHH) feet of new lumber. 1 -ream separa
tor. 1 good -burn. 1 wheelbarrow, lot of
eorii. lot of fodder, lot of rye In straw,
shovels, lines and rakes, single and double
(ft -s.
Household and kl/chen furniture, ami
other articles too numerous to mention.
TERMS OF SALK: Ail sipns of SCO and
under, cash : all over .*l*o. a ere,ill of six
months will be given, notes to bear Interest
a ltd to be Seen red to the satisfied 101 l of the
index-signed. Goods to be paid for or pay
ment secured before removing same.
CHARLES r. LEE.
Agent for Owner.
WILLIAM 11. MOSS.
Auetiolieer. .
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE
AT PUBLIC AUCTION
The undersigned will offer at public title- '
‘ion at Humphreys Hall. St. Co!- j
lege, on ”
Monday, December Ist, 1919,
AT 10 a. m .
the personal effects of the late Lieut.-VoL j
Oiuu .it: Elliot, K. S. A., consisting of par- :
lor. library, and bedroom furniture, pie
'ii.es. rugs and bric-a-brac.
TERMS -Onsb for sen s sudor $10; se
■rire<l notes for larger sums. •*"
DANIEL IS. RANDALL.
■T. R. BRADY, Administrator. C. T. A
Auctioneer.
E. O. LEAGUE
ROOFING and SPOUTING
Sheet Iron, Slate. Store. Furnace
lVojii ami Repairing.
Phone 78 MV. f.
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SIGN PAINTING
SAMte W. BROOKS & CO.
CHAS. NELSON BROOKS
Painters, Decorators
and Paper - Hangers
Belief Decorations for Parlors, J
Halls and Bathrooms
Church Decoration • Specialty
Fresco Painting
No. 13 y z DEAN STREET
Kstlm*ie# Cheerfully Furnished
Telephone SttW
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"*s !
i Jofn C. Bo ess el & Co.
Expert Watch Repairing
A Specialty
<1 MARYLAND AYE.
Formerly with Firm of M. Beessei .
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nnrcL* sax’s ■wartuce architects)
. WflUßiiof privstc praetift* tsk roniidentioii
of their SPECIAL SERVICE PKATCBES t*
eonnerttoo with bnndissr d-sjgi, gut eaoetrac
tion. Correxpdodcnre solk-ited.
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l' LOsY AND FOI’ND, WANTXD. I v
t FOB SALJB ANl> FOB BKNT
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I ah ''clAsslfted advertisements ot >B j I
words or less, flrst luaerilon. 00c. 1 t
Subsequent uteertloi.s. aone vsint j
a word. Over 25 words fwo cent# a I j
j word flrst tnasftloD :: a j J
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LOST
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FOR SALE—One IV. I Id* T,airing Car. 1
new new m coverar, eleetri*Hly i
fxA-; f** t . tii(!itif*u. \pjly 1 %iy i
Lead, r. 51 \v, street *>r call 151. ni> it {
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FoK s.\LE —Cheap, t" foot gasoline boat. (
!• fu,t beam, i . 1 1ln. v. ,i! . r bllsh, !s t
..f evsrers. Apply before 12 toon tom.ir
r-\,. has. M. Barker, City Dock. n-‘s . <
l.lisT—l'”* ketbook. eoiittiining misigued I
.-hr, k for sls. *so or V> is money, eye
gin sees and ease, and gunning lb-euse.
Reward if rsdurued to 25 J,-rtersoii street. :
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MO.Y'EY TO LOAN
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MONEY TO LOAN—Money to losn on
ujoitgage. Apply to Wlnsou G G>tt.
AuiuipoPa, Md. Jylß-tf
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MONEY TO LOAN—On mortgage iu sums
to suit on reasonable terms. Curtin,
payment allowed. Janie* M. Munroe, At
: lorney. jytN-tf !
FOSITION WASTED
POSITION M ANTED A r. >-pectabl- i
colAVed man wishes ftiriu, es to attend to.
.’daitiu Cnminius. Busy flee Lunch Room.
22 Calvert street. ,; 2'.'
WASTED
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I M XXTI II Salevia-Nes. Apply Os-ar •,
I Ship ks Dept. Store, West street. dl ,
J X ANTKB—Cositioii as a nurse, a
Bryan’s Alley. *- s <
it INTKII—I2 or 11 foot li.-’ttean. J. R.
I Morris. Annapolis. Tel. 551 M. u2*
I W SNTEI —Cerinaneiitly. siusll., modern,
j furnished apartment by young ...u-le:
If will oeetipv bv .lunuary Ist. Apply ,No
1 25 W. Capital Office. n25-tl
j XX \NTEI—At oin-e, u til urnisiied apa rtmen t
’ -or small hause. modern lniproviNnetHs.
Apply No. 257, Evening Capital. u2*,l
WANTED—On or before December* Ist. 2
>r rooms, or an apartment for,, light
* housekeeping. Address ' JI. C. F'.' levell
ing Capital Otlo-e.
XX ANTED—Apartment or small ionise, fur-'
!* nislied or unfurnished for months of
.Imuijirv. Eebruary and March. Address
O. L. XV." Capital Office, Atn.apolis. Md. !
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FDR SALE
LOST—T an sat, hei, between Main street
and Severn River Bridge, containing:
wearing apparel, h-omb and brush, ib
ward if left at Rfdout s store. li2*
1/lkT—Brown Irish terrier biteh; eight
mouths old: was wearing green collar: :
stray, d fyoin IP! Duke of , lion, ester !
Weiinesdaj evening. Kinder please eorn j
munieate ,\ith I.teut.-Coindr. It. ff. Wood :
phone 241 .1. n2H-tf
'FOR SALE —Large packing chest. Appl.x !
Miss Iglehart. Hotel Maryland. n2* :
FOR SALE —Mission furniture, J chairs, ij
settee, I table. 25.1 I’rl'.ice George street !
112*.* !
FOR SALE—New 5-pnssenger. Ci cylinder
auto, run l.tMKt miles. e\trn tire, full
coipnment ,-ost Sl.Tiki: nri<e SI.STSS:
party needs easli. * Rhone 11* .1. n2l-tf
FOR SALE
The property of the late Dr. George
Wells on Charles street, as a whole euu
s'sOng of a colonial brick dwelling and
large spacious grounds, or will sell the
1 dwelling with a large lot.
New and modern seveurrootn bungalow,
witli bath, furnace, gas and efeetrie liylit
ed. J,ovation West street extended. l’t Hr i
$ i -ipo. Terms. l.ot o< x 200 feet,
Six-room bungalow at West Annapolis,
witli bath, ftirna.-e. eiectiiy water!
and sewerage system. Lot 100 x 150 feet. |
I’rice $5,500.
Desirable building lots on Tiioni|>Hoii j
s' -ect; 40, 50 or fro foot frontage, i’ri, - ;
$25.00 per fr,mt foot.
Several lots on Southgate avenue.
Lot and dwelling at 117 West street.!
l’t lee $2.*00.
Lot and dwelling at 41!| West street.
Rr.ee $2,250. *
. The Waggainnn house at 212 Duke of
Gloucester street, i’riee $12.500.
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FOR JIE>T
; FOR KENT—Front bedroom in firivate
S ftrniiy for one or two gentlemen for. the
; winter : ail convenlem >s. Apply No. 255
! Capital office. I I!2*.ff
F>K HlNT—Smail furnished liar, running
'water, elect tic light; SI.OO per week. 122
Dock str,“ct. i-2t*
Ftiß RENT—Furnished risitn. witli of
Latli; electric light. Apply no (’buries j
t • street. ’ % tf
FOR KENT—Store on X\V>st Street with eg- :
i tnbiished and profitable grocery bnsluess.
\ Chas. F. Ivee. Tel. fiO.'k
Ff>R RENT—27S-acre stock and grain
i farm on Chesapeake Lay,'near Church
! ton, Anne Arundel county. Applicant
must have stock anj equipment. Eugene
R. Childs. 524-tf„
’ For Sale
Th- frame house on corner City Dock to I
tlo* highest bidder to be torn wii and
materia! removed and place clean'd off.
Market House Comlnitt-e.
JOHN H. XX"FI.LS. Chairman, I
ELMER F. !’ XPKINSoV. ]
D 2 WILLIAM* 1 McCBKADY. I
PROPOSALS
. !
Bids will be received by the Citv Com-il
miss inner until Id o'clock, noon, Morulay,
December Ist. ISM!*, for removing tlie'bi
i tuinfnous concrete from Franklhi street. le-
I tween Churc'n CirgJe and Cntliedral street
lConcrete to be banted to northeast side of
I City Do k. TP- riglit is reserve,! to reject
I atiy and all bids.
IV. H. VANSAXT.
n2O City CoiiiuiiKsiouer."
ANNOUNCEMENT
Since withdrawing mv interest !n -
| the Annapolis Jobbing Company, Jam
jin line to repair and paint your roofs
jand to clean ycrur chimneys.
KYLE A. PHIPPS,
49 Second St.. J
The Annapolis Jobbing Co.
Phone 449-W 49 SECOND ST.
WE CLEAN CHIMNEYS
if
Heaters, Ranges and Rooting put
iiiyfirst-class condition.
Promptness and Satisfaction j
Guaranteed
nl
AN ORDINANCE
To amend Article XXXVIII of the Ue- j
Tided Tode of the City of Annapolis, title. !
"Street* by adding thereto an additional
sevtioH to follow Section J 6, and to be,
known and numb, red* us Section ld-A. j
Section 1. He i' established and ordained ■
ly the Mayor, Counselor and Aldermen of
rile t'lty of Aunupoli* that Article XXX VIII
of ft:. 1 llevised IVrtie Of the City of Anna
polls be ;i*t the Same is hereby amended
by adding thereto an additional section to
follow Section 1(1 and to be known and
numbered as Section HI-A. a. 1 "! to read as
follow s :
Section It!-A. No person 'or persons in
charge of or driving any teams or team,
wagon, eart or any other beast drawn \e
hi'le of whatsoever description.. or any
automobile, truck, or motor vehicle of
whatsoever dt seripfioii. shall stand or
park anv beast drawn or motor dri'en xo
liiele of whatsoever 'lnscription on the
northeast side of Main or Church Street
in the t'itv of Annapolis, between Chur h
Circle and Francis So reef on said Main or
Church Stnwt. in said Citv of Vimaiadts
betw**en of 7 I*. Si. ami 11 I*. M
Every stieli person orAiersons so offending
shall be liable to a line of tive dollars for
each offense. Fo be recovered as other tines
anr penalties now are.
Section 2. Ami l>e if further established
and ordained by the autUoskiy aforesaid
that tliis ordinance shall take effect five
days after the date of its passage
Approved November Kith. 1!>11.
Attest:
KIiANK It. SMITH.
Citv Clerk. • _
.KAHN J. O'IVY.
(Sea!,) „ Mavor.
nlltf
NOTICE,
EMERGENCY HOSPITAL
The annual nieetiug of the Hospital As
will take place mi Moiol m , !•-
eemher nth. 1010. at S I*. M., in the I,os
I'ltal. All persons interested fii the wel
fare of this very. necessary and useful In
stitution. and who wish to have a vote in i
its management art* invited to becoim
member* by the payment of not Jess than
82.00 annually, and the ‘condiment of their
names by the Treasurer Mrs. I’dffar It;,si!
at her home. Murray 11 i I'. at oliC-e as all
donations to the hospital to be included
in this,years report must be in before the
meeting.
dll ’BY ORDKK OF BOABI>.
ESTABLISHH) ls7l
The Annapolis Savings Institution
• V WEST STREET
Total Assets, . . . $900,000.1)1) j -
Number of Depositors, . . 1,70(5
Fays 4 per rent interest on Deposit a. Payable January Ist and July
Ist. Compound interest paid on dopositn not withdrawn.
Depository City and County Finking Funds Depository of Trust
Funds.
AH its Investments and entire Management subject to annual exam- j
ination by'State Bank Kxa miners.
Loafis money on first mortgage (!' ltoal Estate on easy terms Par
g tlal payments allowed. Also on note with approved collateral.
FRANK H. STOCK ETT, . . President
\VM. N. WOODWARD, . . Vice-President
B. AIXEIN WELCH Cashier
BROOKE Assistant Cashier
* JAMES M MUNItOE. . . .* . Solicitor
Banking Hours: 9A. 31. to 9P. M. Saturday: 9 A. 31. to 12 M. '
THOMAS F. STEVENS
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
Plans and Kstlmatrh (liven Promptly
Job Work A Specialty
West AnnupoliN Pliune (<•<fi-.l
FIRE INSURANCE
REAL ESTATE
rC&NISHRI) HOI'SES FOB KENT
K.ITAKY PI BLIP
ARTHUR B~WHEATLEY '
No. 17 School StTcet
CHARLES M. CARLSON
1(1(1 CHOICESTEK ST.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
PIIONE S7
Estimate* and Plana Furnlabed
W. B. CHILDS j
Electrical Contractor
—■■■ ■ ir ,
Office and Shop—l 79 Conduit Street
Phone 7(HI
GEO. W. JONES
Circulating Library
The following book* have been added f<
the Library
"The I (welling Place of Light,” by Win
"ton (’hup. hlil.
"The Inevitable Hu la nee Bheet,” by Ka
rl nn Trash.
”A Circuit Older'* Wife," by Cora Oar
ria.
"Kenny,” by Leonora Dalrytnple.
‘My Four Year* In Oermany,” by J
W. (,erard.
"Where Y v it Treaaurer I*.” by Uolmat
I >ay.
the Clue In The Air.” by l*kbel-0*
trarder.
TEKMH:—New Book*, *c per day.
. Old Hook., It. per day'
r r ~ r
The Bank That Brought 4% To Annapolis”
The Annapolis Bank
4 O* THE EASTERN SHORE TKI’ST CO. '
Church Circle and Gloucester Street
kirg Hour* : 9A.M.t03 P. M. Daily
, 4 Per£tnt Paid on Savings Accounts
Two Per Cent on Checking Accounts
of SSOO and Over - % 1^
Vf. MKAIIK IIOM.ADAV ‘ , -
CHARLES F. LEE f v V
I#ENNIS J. THOMPSON . .. •-!
JAMES O. IIISII * ' Axtdxtunt <
\VISSON G. LOTT ""I Taller.
/ AtUmey
• y Dlreetore: .
W. Meade Holladaj-, rharlm K. Lee, W Frank 1
Orlando Kldout, John d-P. v *
T. Raland Brown. William H. Tho.na*. \\ lnj„ U. (. ott ‘ *
1 his Rank not only “brought Four per rent, to Annapolis*
but Mas the hrst bank to pay interest on checking
✓ accounts, having inaugurated the system 9 -
.in August, 1918.
W. B. & A. Electric
Railroad.
mid-city Verminals
Half-rionrT* Service Morning and F.v, ,
Between Ammpolla. Tt.t.timnre
Washington and < amp Meade
(Washington and Camp Meade
passengers change at Naval
Academy Junction)
IRATE ANNAPOLIS
AYrnt Street Station
510, *5.50. 6.20. (ISO. 7.20, *7.50. ■?".
10 20 1t.20 A. M.. 12.20. 1.20. 2 Ci.
*(CO s i 50. 5.20. 8(5.20, 7.(Hi. 8.20. P
11.20' A. M. ,
Leave Nava! Academy (.ate 10 m'r ,
earlier; State House Statjon. Bl
St. and College Ave., seven (7> mleu .r ,
earlier. ,
Connecting at Odenton with I‘. K I.
LEAVE BALTIMORE
f 1.38, X7.JW. V*.:ttS. 10.35. 1L ”5. \ V
1° S 5 1.35. 2.35. 5.25. x 4.05. 4".'. vf
5 35. 6.25. 7.35, 9.35. 11.35 I‘. M . U
A. M. /
All trains receive or discharge passeng, ■
at local points between Annapolis
Naval Academy Junction and ut 1 i:
leum on signal.
LEAVE AYA*>III NOTON
600 7.00. 8.00, sO.OO. 10.00, 11.00 A. M V
LOO. 2.00. 3.00. si.oo. 5.00. I "o. .
. 6.00. 7.00, 9.1)0. 11.05 I*. M.. 12.10 A v,
( x I hilly except Sunil ay.
oLoca'l Annapolis to Haltltgore.
For tickets and Information apply V:
vur city ticket offices : West Street nfat!--,.
State House S.atlon. College Awm.e
Bladen Streets; Carvel Hall. Man’..
Hotel.
NOTICE!
Charles Houston. Evangelist
Champion Shoe Artist
Ladies’ Shoes Especially
Shoes Dyed Vo. I Murk cl Spscr
“Ye Ferry Inn” j
Be sure and visit th “INN”
At Claiborne, situated beside the
Terry Pier. Special atteutlon to j
automobile and picnic parties.
Everybody welcome.
WALTER C. MUNROE
CIVIL KNUINEKH
Surveying, Plate, Estimate*. Municipal
ami Suburban Water System* aud Sewago
! lOHpoMai. m
Savings Bank Building
Aunapolls, Md.
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| WILLIAM H. MOSS |
hart building
I
I Annapolis, Maryland |
I; Fire Insurance AucMoueor j
j* Money Loaned on Mortgage t:
jj Houscb Rented Rent Collected
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NEOLIN SOLES
Shoes half soled and heeled
Sewed ur Nailed. Kcasotihle Priced
S. SCHIFF
33*4 West St.
Horn Point Sand
Phone WATSON 546-m
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