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Surnuui (Capital
E.tubtiuhrd IMt.
AND MARYLAND GAZETTE
E.tublWlnd K 27.
ANNA I*OI.IM, MO.
Published Daily Except Sunday by
Till: CAPITAL PUBLISHING COMPANY
Tin: KVKNIXd CAPITAL
In on halo at the following :
George \V. .lone* F’l 'lain St.
WlHliun SchulUi- ”1 Went Kf.
Cyo. J. Pvi 71 Maryland Ave.
Clina. <J. CH.bin yi-r Tx? Maryland Ave.
Martin Kauw h.. .Cur. Pandali A King o<ii.
William Baker ....> and Cathedral
In-llvercd In Aiinapolii. K?t|irt, Ger
mantown and Weal AMinpolla by cairier
for JSt> cents jut month.
You .an It av,- flu* EVENING CAPITAL
mailed t<> you when away from Ute city
bv leaving your ram*’ and ad Irt*t>a at tin*
<d!b <\ f*r . - ’al i per mouth: 13..7) | r
year, payable In adv.-un e, l.> any Postotti, e
In United Stale* <<r Canada.
Entered at Annapolis Pofdutlice as
Se. ttml Ctnaa Matt(*r, >
Member of Tlk Utorillrd l*re#
*T In* Asm > l.tted Promt In ox<du
lively entitled to tin* Use fur re
pnbtli atli.li of dll I;ewts credited In
il nr nut otherwise editetl in ttiia
paper and .■! < 1 the be al news pul>-
llrlti | lie t in. AH li!dx of re
publli'tlUnn f K|tt.*i litl dispatches
herein are :?•> ri re. vi <l.
HATUKDAY. l)l'< K.MHKII *. 1910.
IM BI.H S( IIOOIiN
Demands for enlarged public'
school facilities arc not confined
to Anno Arundel. The Baltimore
city and every county hoard of
education has the same problems.
In Baltimore city some schools
j’ive a half day to one sit of
pupils and a half day to another
-* because tin rchool bouses are not
ample to accommodate the entire
enrollment. In many communi
ties throughout the State childn u
are being deprived of an elemcnV
tars idueatit *t f r lack <> 1 plants
and equipment.
Upon the \\ h >!-*. Anne Arundel
public rchool accommodation*'
compare favorahls with those of,
richer and more advantageously j
situated counties, ll * system isj
weak in spots, and will continue'
to be so long as one community
is more alert and more progres
sive than another. After all is
said and dome, each community
will have the kind of school it is,
w illing to have.
Eternal vigilance C the price o;
liberty, and eternal vigilance is
just as nece sarv for the develop
ment and growth ot the public
school. Parents and patrons and
taxpayers >hou!d !e as interested
in public education and ;'.s alive
to tile needs of their community
in this regard in June as in De
cember. It new buildings and
accessories are required the
Board of t’ountv Commissioners,
who hold the purse -Brings of the
countv. slum Id be fully advised
before the lev is struck.
In some direct ions, it i- now
seen tljat great good could he ac
complished with a larger appro
priation for the public schools,
especially in the item of new
buildings and repairs and exten
sions. Foresight is always bet
ter than hindsight.
Tf A( HIM; AMtUTMTKt:
Anne Arundel County was tut
first in the State t > take up t’ly
teaching of agriculture in the
public schools as a practicable
subject. Since then not only lias
the ■ tub > become recognized in
the public school courses’
thrvHighout the country, but a
large part of the system is made
up t f agricultural high schools.
A circular has been issued by
the Department of Agriculture to
aid teaelicrs in using department
publications, in which are these
interesting statements:
“If the teaching of agriculture
is to have any permanent effect
upon community life and prac
tice. it must have a vital connec
tion with the daily experiences ©t
the pupils an 1 must utilize tfeo
latest and best information avail
able subject matter that it will'
touch closely the pupil's life atld
experiences.’’
"In order to give the teacher
some material assistance along
these lines.” continues the intro
duction, ‘‘leaflets indicating how
teachers may make use of infor-'
niation contained in publications
of the United States Department
THE EVENING CAPITAL AND MARYLAND GAZETTE, ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND, SATURDAY, DECEMBER ti, PU9.
'of Agriculture have been prepar-i
j i
led ami it is hoped that they may
jhelp to improve instruction in ag
riculture .ad kindred subjects ini
the school-, and directly connect,
it with community interests. The 1
‘leaflets are designed especially!
jfor teachers in elementary
'schools, but in many cases will
,be found suggestive and helpful
to teachers in secondary schools
and iri urban as well as rural)
/ schools, depending upon the sub
ject matter and the interests of
the community served by the
schools.”
ELKS* memorial
;*f -orrow” of the \nnapolis Elks
i will I .* held at the Republic
l !i :itre. The first Sunday in De
jremixr i- th<* annual memorial
day of the Elks. The Annapolis
lodge i - one of the most promi
nent i:i the Stale, and its mem
orial service i- always an event
in the fraternal community.
. -;m e la t December a number of
well known Elk* in thiv city have
gone to their lDig home, and the
i xcrcism at the Republic Thea
tre will be invested with solem
nity and feeling. Prof. Adolph
Torovsky. bandmaster at the Na
val Academy, will have charge of
the music;*.! features, and the pro
gram w ill be a worthy one.
LOST OF KLIRTIOXS
j Many of our exchanges are
'commenting upon the enormous
•cost of the recent campaign, and
'the heavy expenditures for legiti
‘uiatc purpo-es in registering the
voters and holding the primaries
land general election. The Tow
i 1
■ son Union-News compares the
cost in Baltimore county in ISOb
‘and I l .Mb. in do years the cost
S-er voter per precinct has in
creased nearly four times,
DEMOCRATS SPENT
MORE THAN G. O. P.
IN NOV. ELECTION
{Continued From Pape One)
euit Court, amounting to SIOO. On
the Republican side, the largest single
< onirlbulion was that of J. Clayton
Brewer, who opposed Mr. Woodward,
tThe amount was $l5O.
The report of Paul Medford, one of
die Reput liean treasurers, shows that
a total of s7s3 was turned over to him
: through contributions, and of this sum
vlO was expended, leaving a bal
ance of 90 eenls.
Charles E. Basil, handled a total of
$790. $7.00 of which represented a
contribution by Galen L. Tail, chair
man of the Republican Slate Central
Commit tec*, and his statement of dis
bursements far exceed the receipts.
In other words, there are outstanding
tills aimmiraig to $268 S 5. Dr. Louis
B. Henkel, dr., accounted far $lB3 of
campaign funds. In every instance
the chief items of disl ursements were
for printing and advertising, station
ery. automol ile hire, postage and var
ious other incidentals.
Summarized the statements were—
Democrats, receipts, $2,374: disburse
ments. $2.3*13.21; 1 alance. $26 71.
Repul lieans receipts. $17,62.00: dis
bursements. $2,029 95; lalance unpaid.
$268.06.
William 1. Marcy. Republican, of
Annapolis, who was defeated in the
race for Clerk of th * Maryland Cour<
of Appeal?, tiled a detailed statement
of ii csier.se?. covering every item.
1 nof the fact that he made a
State-wide cav paiyn His statement
shows expenditure*■' of J 1 !? 79.
CITY HIGH SCHOOL
CLASSES IN THEIR
FIRST ASSEMBLY
‘Continued From Rage One)
Shylock and Mis? San h Green as Por
tia. were e?pee ; iliy goo! Tilden At
well. as Ann.ton:a: Karl Wrend er
Ilasst nia; Herman Je3S. Grattan >:
Marjorie Smith.* Salario; Carrie Sterl
ing. Nerii-sj, Oden Smith, tlie Clerk.
Arthur Brady was ’veil cast as ihe
Duke. He maintained his quiet dig
nity and judicial manner throughout
the scene. The costumes were entire
ly improvised and showed plainly that
a liit'e ingenuity may be accom
plished with the modern capes and
tanio-shanter? and feathers. The As
sembly elo?c i wiih singing “The Bat
tle Hymn of the Republic."
The background of ‘ The Angelus"
was the artistic work of Miss Kather- j
ine Walton.
Mending ( hina Or Glass
To mend China or glass, melt some 1
powdered alum in an old spoon. Be-’
i fore 1t hardens rub this over the pieces
to 4 be united, press them together and,
set them aside to dry. They will not j
came apart, even if washed with hot!
water.
I AT IHE THEATRES
AT THE RE PUBLIC TOMGHT
Proof that the lest way to win the*
! love of a man is to act indifferent to
wards him is shown very interewing
jly in “A Virtuous Vamp,” starring;
Constance Talmadge and which will
be shown at the Republic Theatre to
day.
As Gwendolyn Diana Beaufort Ar
mitage-Beau fort Arniitage. Constance
Talmadge tinds it convenient to
| change her name to Nellie Jcnes. in
order to get a jcb in the insurance
office of Janies Crowninshield, a j
wealthy bachelor, who is averse Read
mitting persons into his employment
merely berause they have rocouimen-,
ih.tions from the aristocracy.
Among other assets Gwendolyn has
a most captivating smile which is gen
erally mistaken about the office. No
!motion picture vamp ever smiled more
! beguiliugly than Nellie, who merely
was trying to be nice. She suddenly
finds herself transferred to the pr
ivate office of Mr Crowninshield liim
jself. who proposes to teach her how j
weak is the feminine wile upon a real
man.
Matters in the main office progress
nicely until Nellie discovers that she
is desperately in love with her boss.
Hence, she is only too glad for the
opportunity of conducting him to a
famous New York jazz parlor where
they can investigate the safety of is
i suing a $50,000 policy on the shoul
ders of a shimmie dancer.
This first visit leads to many others.
| and at the end of a week’s investiga
tion. which is more of a nature of a
■courtship. Nellie finds Crowninshield
as cold as ever.
Little does she realize that the
bachelor insurance man is also in love
-and with her. What looks good for j
a marriage is shattered into bits of a
j errible conclusion when Crownin-,
-hield's snobbish sisters defy him to j
narry a stenographer. A detective is .
employed but he discovers nothing
• more than the wrath of the Crownin
shield sisters.
AT THE PALACE TONIGHT
j William S. Hart, in “The Captive
; God.” will b e the excellent picture to
! be shown at the Palace tonight.
A little Spanish boy is cast ashore
j from a wreck, and as he is the first
| white person ever seen by the natives,
of the small kingdom of Tehuan, he
| is hailed as a god.
As a young man he is called Chi
tapa. He is in authority over the peo
ple when the Aztecs swoop down on
! the Tehuan village, and after a fierce
Rattle, conquer the warriors and carry
off their women.
Chin pa goes to spy on the enemy j
'and there meets and falls in love with j
llailomi, daughter of Montzeuma, the l
emperor. She is betrothed to her
j father’s right-hand general. Mexitli
: whom she hates. After a series ol
I thrilling situations. Chiapa is cap
tured. and condemned to die on the
| sacrificial stone. Lolomi, finding al'
ioth-'r efforts to save Chiappa in vain
'dispatches a message to Tehuan for)
; the people to co’me to the rescue ot
their "Captive God.” What happens
is a terrible war. with thousands of ;
! Indians in combat, and a thoroughly}
j happy finish. ,
| CVTLLiL r *
NCOODDPIDGE
I (TTNCLE SAM’S WAR-TIME ARCHITECTS)
; ! rmuminir private practice a*k-consideration
of ttieir SPECIAL SERVICE PEA TERES ia
connection wltti hoiliilint ileal -n and construc
tion. Correspondence solicited.
WU A A. V. Avc. Warblngloa, D. ft
EHUtSIONT
—FOR—
Coughs. Cot do, Bronchitis
■! Weak Luaga
Aik jrour drajpit for
BEAR'S. Accept ao aubtfituta
May be ordered direct from I
JOHN D. BEAR
Clktoa. Va.
BWEr i
, J II I , - “ '
the
Palfimcf*
EstaMMted 1773
THE DAILY AMERICAN
Ihiyuhle In Advance
Daily, one month - % 50
Daily and Sunday, one montl 75
Daily, three months 1.50
Daily and Sunday, three months 2.15
Daily, six months 3 00
Daily and Sunday, 4ix months ... 425
Daily, one Fear 6.00
Daily, with Sunday Edition, one year 5.50
Sunday Edition, one year 2 50
CHAS. C. FULTON & CO.
FELIX AGX I*B, Xioafrr and I’nMisher
j AMERICAN OFFICE BALTIMORE, MD,
V
Marriage l icenses
KANSLER-CAVANAUGH Robert
Kansler, 27, divorced; Mary J. Cairan
augh, 27, widow, both of Baltimore
city. Applicant. Robert Kansler
EPTING-LAMBERT—AIIen H. Ep
ting. 22; Maude B.
of Washing’.on. D. C. Applicant. Allen
H. Epting.
Colored
GREEX-HOWNS—William Green,. 49.
divorced; Daisy M. Hohns. 35. both of
Annapolis. Applicant, Wallis Smilh
TILGHMAN - WHITE William
Tilghman. 26; Carrie White. 25; toih
of Catonsville, Md Applicant, Herman
Moses.
The smallest practical dry battery
has been invented for use in a French
vest pocket cigar lighter.
, A frosted glass cone that will fit
any hanging electric light shade ha?
been invented to diffuse the o’her
wise glaring lighL
John C. Boessel & Co.
Expert Watch Repairing
A Specialty
61 MARYLAND ATE.
Formerly with Firm of M. Hmu*il
* ■ ■ —*
I Stoves! Stoves! n
...GO T 0...
LOVE JOYS
124 DOCK ST
to get your Heaters and j*
Stoves repared H
Nature Says:
Huy at oni'f; |>::y n Uttti' down anil
liulanov w*lily or a UiHcmint far
iHh. You may not l>* ahli- to Inly
u till)cte luler on ai'cnunt of hixtirr
|irir*i anil irurrit}'.
Special Brices ip12.00 And I'p.
A. H. WILSON
31 WEST ST. PHONE 431. J
<J2I .
i “Ye Ferry Inn" j
B. but. and visit tb, "INN" |
At Claiborne, situated beclde the
Ferry Pier. Special attention to I
automobile and picnic parties.
Everybody welcome.
MRS. OLIVIA WILLIAMS
BRILHT LIGHT HAIR PARLOR;
OPEN EVERY DAY
Make j’onr flatrs fur nisrlit work. Ojieti
Monday, Thursday. Friday and Saturday
nights for working girts.
I nilrr Madam f. .1. H’alkrr's Sj stipm.
12 CORNHII.L STREET d-*k
Arc You a
Slave to Stoves?.
Is your house heafed only in
spots ? Do you want to do away j
with the dirt and trouble of car- |
rying coal and aches through the
rooms? Do you want more heat
at less cost? •
Why not investigate the
ItITERM/TTICHfIL
Onepipe Heater
I Ask us if it is prac- pT—--
tical for your home y [j cCISp I
JOYCE It FELDMEYER
Calvert ana Northwest Streets
ii 1
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; CLASSIFIED ADS. j
| LOST AND IX)CUD, TANTID,
FOB IALA AND FOB NT I
—— ■—— i
‘i 1 ■
i All classified advarttsaroantt ofM
, words or lew, first insertion, 80c.
Bobaequaut insertions, one coot
• word. Over 25 wonli two cents s
wort* first insertion :: :: :: ::
•U
MONET TO LOAN
, MONEY TO LOAN—Money to loan on I
moitgage. Apply to Wlason G Oott.
' AnuapoPs. Md. JylS-t*
i *
MONEY TO LOAN—OiI mortgage In emus
to suit on reasonable terms. Partial
j - pavinent allowed. James M. Munroo. At- i
: torner. 1 vis-tf
FOOD
FOUND—Two pistols. owner can have
s same by proving property mid paying tor!
7lda advertisement. Apply Capital <lltiee.
- : (is
’ WANTED
tt'ANTEll—Mel! wanted for detective work
Write J. Gattor, former Gov't. Detective.
Danville. 111.
SALESMEN—Side or main line, to sell
low priced 5.U00 mile guaranteed tires
:at x :: 1--. nou-skid sells for $11.05: othei
sizes in proportion; good moneymaking
pro|gisition for live wires, Consolidated
Tire Co., tilti So. Michigan. Chicago, dt!
1 AtiKNTS—Gig money selling extracts, per
• fumes, cold creams, face powders. spices.
| medicines, etc.; beautiful, high-grade
♦ line; exclusive territory: sample soap
X free. l.acassialt Co.. Dept. ill. M. l.otlis
| ~
* \t iNTEII—A colored servant; three hi
| family; good pay. Apply 22tl West
* : street. dli
j; HALTED —Two young ladies ns clerks in
| I retail meat store. Apply Greei.wald s
♦ I Comumtiitv Market, '■'•t Market Space
| : d5-tf
; I WANTED —Young lady clerk, ncwstaml at
l ! Carvel Hall. Apply Counter Carvel Hall.
■ | No phone arrangements.
WANTED—GirI; good pay: experience un
| necessary. Apply .1. \V. Tottle's Five ami
Ten Cent Store. Main and Market Space
db
WANTED—Permanently, small, modern,
furnished apartment hy young couple:
will occupy bv January Ist. Apply No
25! k Capital Office. n25-tt
WANTED —On or before December Ist. -
or :*. rooms, or an apartment for light
housekeeping. Address “11. C. I'.‘ Kveu
itig Capital Office.
| WANTED —Apartment or small bouse, fur-
I nlshed or unfurnished for months ot
i January. February and March. Address
I “C. L. \\\” Capital Office, Annapolis, Md.
I nl7-tf
___________________________ _____
FOB SALE
; FOK SALE—Drojhead Singer Sewing Ma
chine, in perfect order, used but a short
time, with everything complete for s3s.<h
Apply tit -1 Northwest street. <1!
FOR SALE—One Hobart Electric C.dTe.
Mill: will sell cheap. Apply 2H3 Chesa
peake avenue, Eustport, Md. dt
for sale —Pure bred. White la'gliort
Cockerels: six months old. Address H>x
It is Motor Route A, or phone Ison. Anna
polls, Mil. dt
FOR SALE —One Ford 101 s Touring Car.
new top, new seat covers, electrically
equipped, perfect condition. Apply Tin
Leader. 51 West street or call 151. nk’S-tf
FOR HALE—New 5-passengcr. ti cylinder
auto, run 1,000 miles, extra tire, full
equipment, cost $1,700; price $1.555
w party needs cash, l’hotic 118-.1. n2t-tf
FOR S ALE
The proper* y of the late Ir. George
Wells on Charles street, as a whole con
(dating of a colonial brick dwelling and
large spacious grounds, or will sell the
dwelling with a largo lot.
New and modern sevetirrnom bungalow
yvith bath, furnace, gas and electric light
| eil. Location West street oxtended. Prici
j $5,500. Terms. Lot 50 x 2(H) feet.
Six-room bungalow at West Annapolis
■ with bath, furnace, electric lights, wat.e
“ and sewerage system. Lot 100 x 150 feet
y Price *5.500.
Desirable building lots on Thompsot
J street; 40. 50 or tiO-foot frontage. Price
$25.00 per front foot.
Several lots on Southgate avenue.
Lot and dwelling at 417 West street, j
l Price $2,800.
s ! Lot and dwelling at 410 West street
j Price $2,250. t
The Waggaman house at 212 Duke of
Gloucester street. Price $12,500.
(' II A S. F. L E E
TEL. 003 nl7-tf
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* FOR RENT
i i FOR KENT—Large front room, furnished.
I i Saturday evenings onlv. 21 Randall
ij street. d*i
j EOH KENT—Front bedroom in private
family for one or two gentlemen for th
winter; all conveniences. Apply No. 255.
t’apltal Office. * n2B-tf
FOR KENT—Store on West Street with es
tablished and profitable grocery business.
Chns. F. Lee. Tel. 603.
FOK RENT—One-quarter yard concrete
mixer on trucks, rnu by 1 1-2 H. P. gas
engine: rate $7.50 per day; also we do
I concrete work by contract. P. y. K.
llowat, Annapolis. Phone 1821-I'-0.
FOR RENT—27S acre stock and grain
farm on Chesapeake Bay, near Cburcli
j ton. Anne Arundel county. Applicant
must have stock and equipment. Engene
! j P. Childs. 524-tf
I
DIED
ISEMBE—Dn December 3rd, at Ills late
residence. Rack t reek, Anne ArundeL
County. Md.. FRANZ F. L. P.FMP.E, aged j
07 years, beloved husband of Marie T.
Rem be.
’ Funeral Sunday efternoon at 2 •*cfoclt
1 from St. Martins Lufiteran Chnrch. In
■ , torment in Cedar Rlnff cemetery.
CARD OF THANKS
I desire to thank all kind friends for
1 heir expressions of sympathy and condo-’
leuce at the time of mv re*enl bereavement
Iby the death of mv beloved sister. 1 wish !
especially to thank the Naomi Court. No. 1. ;
tor ttov-Ois M-nt and other kindaesscs
j shown.
t Signed)
*66 LILLIAN DOItSKV. j
| E. O. LEAGUE' I
ROOFING and SPOUTING
Sbet-t Iron, Slate, StoTP, Furnace
Work and Repairing.
Phone 7SI-W. tl
| KYLE A PHIPPS |
Healers, Ranges and Furnaces
Roof a Repaired And
Pointed
All Job Work Promptly Attended To
OFFICE AND SHOP:
„ . W DEAN STREET
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".l'* i-‘ '■' n ~ I !*• ' .7* - _ ,Vik* /. • *?i
AN ORDINANCE
To amend Article XXXVIII of the Re
-1 vised Code of the City of Annapolis, title,
j “Streets" by addiug thereto an additional
i section to follow Section Id, and to be
j known and numbered as Sectiou 16-A.
I Section 1. Re it established and ordained ,
: by the Mavor, Connselor and Aldermen of
j the City of Annapolis that Article XXX VIII
l of the Revised Code of the City of Anna-:
j noils be aud the same is hereby’ amended ,
•by addiug thereto an additional section to
• follow Section 16 and to be known and
! numbered as Section 16-A. and to read as
follows;
Section 16-A. No jierson or jiersons In
(charge of or driving any teams or team.]
wagon, cart or any other beast drawn ve
• hlele of whatsoever description. <>r any
! automobile, truck, or motor vehicle of
whatsoever description, shall stand <>r j
, park anv beast drawn or nndor driven ve- j
hide of whatsoever description on the
northeast side of Main or Church Street.
!in the City of Annapolis, between Church [
Circle anil Frauds Sereot on said Main or
j Church Street, in said City of Annapolis.;
between the hours of 7 I*. M. and 11 P. M.
Every stieh in-rsmi nr persons so otTeuding
shall be liable to a line ef five dollars for
each offense, to lie recovered as other lines
: and penalties now are.
Section 2. And b*“ it further established
, and ordained by the authority aforesaid
j that this ordinance shall take effect live ,
'days after the date ef its passage
Approved November IStli, 1010.
Attest :
FRANK R. SMITH.
City Clerk,
JOHN J. LEVY.
(Seal.) Mayor.
nil tf
NOTICE, 1
EMERGENCY HOSPITAL
The nnnttal meeting of the Hospital As
sociation will take place oil Monday. Rr
| cent her I.sth, 119. at K l>. M„ in the hos
j iiltnl. All persons Interested in the wel
fare of this very necessary aud useful In
i stitntion. and who wish to have a vote in
, its niaiiagement are invited to become
; members by the payment of not less than
$2.00 annually, and the enrollment of their
, names hy tile Treasurer, Mrs. Fdgnr Rnsil.
at her home, Murray Hill, at once as all
] donations to the hospital to be included
tin this years report must lie in before the
! meeting.
<lls HY ORDER OF BOARD.
*
ESTABLISHED 1874 *
The Annapolis Savings Institution i
WEST STREET J
Total Assfts, . . . $30(),00fl.n0
Number ot Depositors, . . t,7t><S
Pays 4 per cent interest on Deposits. Payable January Ist and July H
Ist Compound interest paid on deposits not withdrawn
; Depository o! City aud County Sinking Funds. Depository of Trad
Funds.
All Its investments and entire Management subject to annual exam fi
ination by State Hank Examiners.
Loans money on first mortgage cf Real Estate on easy terms. Par
tial payments allowed. Also on note with approved collateral.
FRANK H. STOCKETT, . . President
j WM. N WOODWARD, . . Vice-President
B. ALJ.EIN WELCH Cashier
SAMUEL BROOKE. . Assistant Cashier
JAMES M. MUNKOB Solicitor
Banking Hours: 9A.M. to 3 P. M. Saturday: J) A. M. to 12 M.
. !■
i .V . . _
THOMAS F. STEVENS
CONTRACTOR and IU ILDEK
0
Plana and Estimates Given Promptly
Job Dork A Specialty
1
Unit Annapoiia I'hoiie 095-J
fTre insurance
REAL ESTATE
FTRJdSHKD HOUSES FOR BENT
NOTARY PUBLIC
ARTHUR B. WHEATLEY
No. 17 School Street
i j
CHARLES M. CARLSON
me G LOU FESTER ST.
TONTBACTOB AND BUILDEB
PHONE 37
BatlmatM and Plana Famished
W. B. CHILDS
Electrical Contractor
j Office Rod Shop—l7t ( ondutt Street
Phone 760
! GEO. W. JONES
Circulating Library
The following booka have been added tc i
the Library ;
"The Dwelling Place of Light" by Win
I aton (’hun-hitl.
“The inevitable Balance Sheet." by Ka
rina Trash,
ria A Olrto,t R,,ler ’* Wife." by Cora Bar
“Kenny," by l/conora Dairy mule.
Te ‘ r * ,n (lerUi * u r." by J
Da Wh * r * YOI,r Tr ** ,nrer I *-” by Holman
"The Cine In The Air." by Isabel Oa
tnuxaer.
TERMS:— New Books, tc per day.
*•<*•. le. per day.
- " -■ —~ *II
“The Bank That Brought i% To Annapolis’' 19
The Annapolis Bank 1
OF TUB KAHTEKN SHORE TRUST CO.
< Church Circle and Gloucester Street
Ba>.kirg Hour. : 9A.M.t03 P. M. Daily
4 Per Cent Paid on Savings Accounts ill
Two Per Cent on Checking Ac courts
of SSOO and Over
w. m rathe HOI.LAHAY . Pr<H<l ,
CH AKI.KS F. LKK IL* 5. , ,
UENSIU *, THOMPSON Flcr-I rrai.l. nl
MINSON . GOT-r „.T
Allormy iv|
MrrUirK:
Or.nS < KlV^!'.“ dl * r ’ V h i‘ r I' **•’ W Frank Chancy.
T lUknd <,e ' - n ‘ , “ w - O*o. W. Kium.ri. I.
. Boland Brown. WillUo. U. Thoms*. Hlatom |J. (,ott.
Four per rent, to Annapolis" 11
nnt was the hank to pay Interest on checkin:.’
accounts, having inaugurated the sjstem 1
In August, 1918. j
fee"' - jj
:

W. B.& A. Electric*
Railroad. “
■ ID-CITY TERM IN AI 8
nalf-Ilonrly Service Morning ■ < | ;
Retwßn Antmpoli*. Riti
■Washington and Camp '
(Wnaliington and Camp M
paaectigcrs change hi \
Academy Junction 1—
LEATK AXX.IPOIb
Went Street Stntlon
5.10, x5.W>. 6.20. 6.50, 7.20. xT r >• (, 9|
10 20. 11.20 A. M.. 12.20. l
a4.20. X 4.50, 5.20, ad.2o, 7c - .iM
11.20 A. M.
Leave Naval Academy fkiro
earlier; State House S:
St. and College Ave., seven
earlier.
Connecting at Odenton wPI.
LEAVE DAI.TIMOR r
6.55, x 7.35. 8.35, 9.35. Id.:2V 1! . v
12 35, 1.35. 2.35, 3.35. x4.u5
5.35. 6.35. 7.35. 0.30. 11.35 V
A. M.
All traina receive or diachnrgc .
at lix nl points betwe. n \ , , ’ .
Naval Academy Junction i. i
leum on aigual. 9
> '
LEAVE W.V-IIINg i u\
6.00. 7.00. aoo. aO.OO, 10.00. 11 << \
l.ilO, 2.06, 3.00, altm
6.tx>, 7.00, 0.00, li:05 P. M I. A j
xDally exiAtid Sunday. -
oLoeai Annapoiia to Rnltln .
For tiokeia and Inforinath , ,
our city ticket offices: West si .
State House Station, College \
lUaden Streeta; Carvel Hall,
Hotel.
NOTICE!
Charles Houston, Evan, list $&
Champion Shoe Artist
Ladies’ Shoes Especi; .<
Shoes Dyed No. 1 Market Sr,*
The Annapolis Jobbing Co. : :
Phone 449-W 49 SECOND ST ||
WE CLEAN CHIMNEYS
| Hooters, Ranges and Roofing pot ?
In lirst-elnss condition.
Promptness and Satisfaction
Guarantee 4
M 0 11
WALTER C. MUNROeI
CIVIL ENGINEER
3urveylng, Plata, Estimates, MiniWfxH
and Suburban Water Syatema and
Disposal.
Savings Bank Building
Annapoiia, Md.
WILLIAM H. MOSS 1
♦ , K
I hart building
Annapolis, Marylai^jl
Flie Insurance AucMonri:
Money Loaned on Idortgige :|i|
Houses Rented Rent Collected
nmmm-atwg
NEOLIN SOLES
Shoes half soled and heeled |
Sewed or Nailed. Keasoabie ITlf^|
S. SCHIFF
West St.
Horn Point Sadi
Phone WATSON 545-m |

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