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As pat.iotic Aincncrji fathers and j,) 2M | mothers, see that your children's patriotic spirit is built up mad-; , A\\ a big part of their lives, by giving them only ioo p*. r cent Amen- ffjjfm Or ' can Toys and telling them of tliat fact. u-iJM v! 111 S ’ e U _ 13tsy i V\f\ A&eilcaaMadelbyi? k 111 WwVV 0 We have them for sale here. We are proud of it because r fj,ey m\\ IkW \\\ we are protecting America’s industry by doing so. We are proud, l 7// \ v\\ m■ M \\\ too, because it means the best toys - the best made the greatest / \\ Yl VanCty — ar ° re — now > read V or y° u to come and choose from. y/ j lie- 1— v Come today— >/!j <-iie generously to the \on*Sert;ir- •_ 1 //j tail Jewlsh ttar Ki lici so that <*hil~ AVI Lilt tllC jr Ii n who haio inner learn*<l to |l> / nn> the. i'ircii of idling! Voii don’t CllliCll €D / / / know wind it nun!'*- to to* tired. Tiwo* / f / I I MtflVrtTs without food, sholter. cloth- /o jj j I NOV. i’2 to 20 j, llf tlit > know true weariness. *- *'—— GLOBE FURNITURE CO. 8-10 West Street Open late every night until Christmas I PALACE THEATRE TODAY AND TOMORROW , •■■' afcu—fi I MUirf' ■.! ■*•'.-a- —— - ~ —“ ' “ 0 “t ~ " OLIVE THOMAS .IN “Upstairs-. Down” From cellar to garret a laugh on every step THE EVENING CAPITAL AND MARYLAND GAZETTE, ANNAPOLIS. MARYLAND, FRIDAY. XP\ EMPLR ?S. LUO MYERS GARAGE WINS DAMAGE SUIT OF ALDERMAN ADAMS J ary Prompt Ij Hetums Verdict In S4,tHO ( iaitu For Personal Inlnries In Auto Accident Probably the last of the jury eases to be tried at the present term Of the Circuit Court \ws the one on Wednes day between Alderman J Albert Viapis against The Henry B Myers Co. 'J his vAs a suit in which Adams claim e i i' .000 damages for personal in- Luries sustained by him in Aacust. 1917. when an automobile in which he i was ridinii was badly damaged on the ! State road, near the we t end of the 'South River bridge Adams claimed •hit the dauiago was caused by one of • -he cars iron) My • rs’ ( : ar.;ee running ))■•• i T- e r in whi eh ha was r: ling ill the Cue eel! son was due to the I negligence and reckless driving of the flyers’ eban-eur f* ? ):-> claimed hv the d fendant. ji ov'pv. r that the damage ws caused 1 . the A.’.rus car i e’r.g driven into the • ar.k t.fier rounding u sharp rune and that there was not a head-on colli, ion. as claimed. In support of this, wit nesses in the <•. e testified that there vre no marks of any kind on the front part of Myers car. after the al leged < u! 1 isin. but that the onlv dam ! a c done to it was to a rear fender and he rear end of the running board. Also that this cir make a trip to Solo mon’s Island that same night. The verdict of the jury was in favor j of the defendant, the Myers Co. !JURY WORK OF OCTOBER COURT COMES TO END F w lieniuliiing Cases To Be Tried Be fore Local Tribunal Judge For sjfhe Coming iThe October term of the Circuit Court practically came to an end on Wednesday last, and as the two or three remaining cases will be tried be i fore the Court without a jury, the ' jurors for this term will in all prob ability not have t t come back at all. Judge Moss announced from the j bench on Wednesday that Judge For | svthe would he here on December Jrd | to hear cast s in whic h Judge Moss is | disqualified anti Hie jurors were dis | charged until that day. latter, how j ever, it is understood that attorneys in ■ those cases agreed to dispense with a 1 jury and word has been sent out so as to save the jurors an extra trip. Next week Judge. Moss will go to Westminster to attend Carroll Countv Court business. Piles Cured In <> To 11 Bays Druggists refund money if I’AZO OINTMENT fails to cure itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles. Stops-Irritation; Soothes and Heals. You can get restful sleep after the first application. Price 60e.--(Adv-) jCASTGRIA For Infants and Children • In Use For Over 30 Years "| Always bears Signature of #■' - I*l > Glorious Girls! Gorgeous Gownsl Gales of Giggles! “Lombardi Ltd” i STARRING BERT LYTELL Adaptation of the Famous Broadway Stage Comedv '' Presented by Oliver Morosco REPUBLIC THEATRE TOMORROW, November 29th MATINEE EVENING ADMISSION First Performance 2:30 P. M First Performance 7P. M. MATINEE EVENINGS Second Performance 4:15 P. M Second Performance 8:45 P. M. ; war tax,' 3c' All sea,s 25< =: war tax, 3c" ’ " " ft Today-Sessue Hayakawa in THE ILLUSTRIOUS PRINCE Added Attraction FORD WEEKLY MARRIED IN BALTIMORE s| Yesterdays Ceremony At St ii J _ Jerome's Catltolic Church MUHLMEISTER - SCHUSTER e- : A very pretty wedding was cele brated yesterday morning with Sol . emn Nuptial High Mass at St - Jeromes Catholic Church. Baltimore. • where Miss Mary Loretta Schuster of that city and Joseph T. Muhlmeis.er, of AnntfVolis. were united in mar triage. Monsignor Holden was ce!e brant of the Mass, the Rev. Father | Thummel. a relative of the 1 ride, of ’ S*. Mary’s. Annapolis, and Father Little, of St. Jerome, assisting. The church was beautifully • orated with yellow chrysanthemums j and many tapers were used on the I I altar The bride, v.tio was given in; marriage by her father, was hand- ' I somely gowned in white satin, trim- j med with dnehesse lace and tulle veil reaching to the end of her train and held in the hair by a. coronet of , orange blossoms. Her only ornament j was family pearls and and she carried j a shower of Bride roses and white! j sweet peas. She was attended by Miss I j Marie King as maid of honor, v, LG . j wore lavender chiffon, hat and slip j pers to match and carried an armful r ‘of pink rose buds. Little Miss Kath erine Keller, niece of the groom and Miss Agnes Walters, cousin of the bride, were bridesmaids. Both wore pink charnieuse. with lint and slippers to match and carried arm * fills of pink chrysanthemums. Loret ta and Emma Stoefel, twin sisters. - cousins of the bride, were flower girls, and Anna Clair, tiny niece of the’ groom, was ring-bearer, carrying the ring on a white satin cushion. t Dr. John Lutz, was the groom’s Test i man and the' ushers were George, rj Jacob and Joseph Schuster, ! rot hers -1 of the bride. •| A wedding breakfast was served ly -la Baltimore caterer after the cere J mony, in St. Jerome’s hail which had I ? been beautifully decorated by Sister! -, De Lima. Superioress of Jerome’s and 1 ( Sister Rogueria. loth of whom had s formerly taught the 1 ride and groom - j at school. After a wedding trip Mr. and Mrs i Muhlmeister will reside at 104 Con- duit street, and will be at home after - December 10. , Wood Preservation v The three stnadard methods of wood j preservative treatment constitute the; pressure process, in which the entire pole or log is treated; the open-tank j ’ method, usually adopted for treating! : | the butts of poles, and the brush I M method, usually applied in the field). Land in the treatment of a eompera j 11 1 lively small number of poles. Theat processes involve the use of both ereo ~ 1 sote and carbolineum as preservatives, j land only the butt treatment is usually 7 adopted for cedar poles required in f , transmission lines. ++ Removing (•uni * When gnin is on clothing, hold a piece of ice on the opposite side of the j goods and the gum will be removed I e isily. ( oZ'Mi/joAe/mer /2j-jJ-S2r c SZa//i Sf. c sJ/l/Iff/?Q/fs. Mcf. Two in One A small Victrola and a Converto Cabinet give you an idtal combination —tbe ; rna'l portable machine tbat can be tak .1 cut to the porch, camp, seashore, etc., and a beautiful ca cloecd-type cabinet style, with dust-proof record compart ment, for the home. ir CONVERTO Talking Machine Cabinet , You have two machines in one, at a COMBINED cost lower than that cf even the cheap, unknown makes of cabinet ma chines—yet the machine itself is a genuine, reliable Victrola. Coil and let us show you the Convertio Cabinet. It will fit your present small Victrola or a new one that you may buy. Admiral Sims* Story ' ‘'The Victory at Sea" is the title of Admiral Sims’ remarkable series of stories now running in The Washing ton Star on Sundays. Ho writes of "Life at Queenstown" in next Sunday's t tar. November MO. Order your copy of The Star today, and do not miss a single one of Admiral Sims’ articles. .Many a man's bravery crops out the quality of his hat. Dissolution Of Partnership There has been a dissolution of part nership at the Annapolis Jobbing (*h:n pany. 49 Second street. Clinton II I Itoyer, a member of the old firm, is giving notice that he is sole owner and proprietor of the business, which h<* will continue to conduct. When a boy spins a top he doesn't begin at the bottom. Lots of people come to brieg l,v meeting trouble half way.