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A!fD MARYLAND GAZETTE
£iUliliitatd 1727.
ANNAPOLIS, MIL
Published Dally Except Sunday by
TJIK CAPITAL PCBLISUING COMPANY
THE EVENING CAPITAL
I* on nale Ht the following place*:
George W. Jon<-H 194 Main St.
William Sobult*4- M Went St.
feo. 3. l>avi ~i Maryland Ave.
Chan. G. Eeldtiiejcr .V> Maryland Ave.
Martin Haunch.. .Cor. Randall A King ico.
WUJlarn Baker Weal mnl Cathedra!
Delivered In Aniispoii*. Kn*tport, Ger
mantown and Went AuaapolU by carrier
for Mo <-ent per mouth.
Yon iHii have the EVENING CAPITAL
mailed to you when away from the city
by leaving y<ur name au<l .eddre** t the
office, for ’.U) rent* i<er tnontb; $3.50 per
year, payable In advance, to any I'oatotlb-e
tn Lnited State* or Canada.
Entered at Atitiupidl* I*o*t office u* ,
Sc.-otol Clhxh Matter. 1
‘t ' ;
Member of Tlie Associated I‘resa
TUe Arnoe luted l’rea* lit exclu
sively entitled to ttie mte for re
pilblicatiou of all in-nil . redlti-d to
it or not otherwise credited In tbia
paper and Alan the local new* pub
llHf.cd liercln. All rigid* *>f re
liobilatlotl pf Hpc.iul ilUjiutcbe*
tier cl II ale nUo reaerved.
Till KSDAY. DKCKMBKR 11, 1919
TAMPERING WITH OBLIGATED
H NILS
I he people of Annapolis have
every reason to l>e gratified at Qiej
prosperity <f the Annapolis
Water ( onipuny and especially!
at the large surplus- something
like o<Mi that has been ac
cumulatnj in its emergency fntiVl,
from the ( onipany’s own earn
ings.
All through the constant hag-|
gling and misrepresentation that
has hi i n indulged in in the re
cent past the fact of this pros j
jtcrity has stood out .is an irrc-i
futaldt answer t<> those bent on
dismantling the official structure
responsible for it. Various lines
of attack have from time to time
been resorted to. but the latest,
venture goes further than mere,
personal or clique advantage or
disadvantage. The action of the
( ity l <>uncii at its last meeting!
in peremptorily ordering SIO,OOO
of this emergency fund to he di !
\ erted from the special purposes,
for which it has been set aside]
by statute and ordinance strikes
directly at contractual obliga .
1
tions as well as the good faith oft
the city.
Ihe city treasury has nevtT
contributed a cent to the imr
i
chase ot the water plant, nor to!
its upkeep nor improvement,
while the $100,001) issue of bonds
of 101? for the purpose of making j
the Annapolis Water Company a
municipally-owned corporation, is
by the statute “a direct obliga
tion upon the ( ity of Annapolis.”|
A! or cover, by the terms and
agreements specified in the bonds
themselves the “profits shall he-,
come a special fund to pav and
discharge the obligation tecogniz-!
cd and authorized under said
Act.”
I he se\en years’ management
of the \nnapolis Water C ompany
as a public utility has proven thaU
the plant can be so operated a-*
t*> provide the sinking fund and
interest required to be semi-an
mtallv set aside from the earn
ings. improve and develop the
plant. pa\ all expenses ot admin
istiation and supervision, and at]
the end ot the dO-year bond per-]
tod. turn ovdr to the city free and j
clear ot debt one of the most ef
ficient and valuable water plants;
am city in the I'nited States will
have.
Tlu water rates are the same'
m 11*1!' that they were in I'.Hl.j 1
tiie ki"t year ot private ownership:
o! the Annapolis Water Coin-,'
pany Opponents of the purchase *
of the Company by the City thenj 1
intimated that the rates would be 1
increased; not only this, but :
claimed that direct taxes would *
probably have to be laid upon 3
property in Annapolis to “sup
port” the water company: that on 1
that basis the man with a $lO,-000 !
house would have to pay ten '
times as much for his water as
the man with a SI,OOO house, and 1
would get no more water, and so
on. f
In passing on Monday night i
THE EVENING CAPITAL AND MARYLAND GAZETTE, ANNAPOLIS. MARYLAND, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1919.
the order to take from the emer
gency fund of the Annapolis
j Water Company SIO,OOO and
! place it to the credit of the city
I treasurer, the City Council might,
as Mayor Levy said, have “ample
and sufficient authority to divert
tliis money.” Again, it might not.
The question of legality would be
for another tribunal to decide.
W hat the people and the taxpay
ers of Annapolis are interested in
right now is the direct question of
whether it is the proper thing to
take away and spend for other
purposes the earnings ot the
Water Company, when these
earnings are pledged to the se
curity and payment of the bond
ed indebtedness of the Company
And to it" up-keep.
In the first place, the income
of the Water C ompany is a dedi
cated fund. A dedicated fund is
one that is set aAde by authority
of the tax-laying power, in this
case the General Assembly of
Maryland, for a specific purpose
or purposes. Four years ago the
Good now - Commission in its re
! port dealt with the false economy
'and had business practice of in
i t ailing "dedicated funds.” Under
j the State budget system —and the
same principle would apply here
- no more secrecy or uncertainty
-hrrouuds "dedicated funds."
When the Legislature provides
Tionev for one purpose it is now
lit >t applied to another.
The Legislature, to whose acts
i full faith and credit must he
'given, has said that the City of
Annapolis should own the An
napolis Water Company, and it
provided a method by which
there should he vested in the
Mayor, Counselor and Aldermen
the legal title to the property.
I I tut the city docs not. of course,
become the absolute owner until
all outstanding legal obligations
' are paid. ’l'he city is “required
and directed to maintain such a
' schedule of charges for water fur
nished its customers by the An
napolis Water Company, to he
uniform in every particular, as
I will make the profits accruing to
the citv "sufficient hi each apd
I
every year to create and tnaintam
the sinking fund to redeem and
retire said bonds at maturity, and
pay the interest thereon when
land as the same may become due
and payable.” Thus the terms of
the bonds themselves make the
specific obligation above referred
to.
From the income of the Water
Company, after all expenses of
; operation and upkeep are paid.
! the emergency fund has been
gradually built up until it now
totals about $?3.000. l itis is on
interest at tour per cent. While
semi-annual interest of four and
.t half per cent, is being paid on
'the bond issue, it will thus be
seen that the interest reallv paid
jottt is only one-halt o! one per
cent.
W in have an emergency fund?
Mavor Levy told the Council it
is “being maintained for one pur
pose only, and that for the con
struction of a filtration plant."
lint ought everything to be blam
ed. without rhyme or reason, on
this lmg-bcar filtration? More
over. filtration has been definite
ly ordered by the State Hoard of
Health, although the legality of
the order is pending before tile
Court.
It a dam should wash out. at
has happened, or other costly ac
cident occur at the water plant, j
the emergency fund is at hatid t< ;
repair it. If it should be neces-j
sary to enlarge the basins or pur i
chase more equipment, the emer
gency fund .can be drawn on
These are only some of the con-!
tingencies that might call for its!
use apart from the obligations of
the bond issue.
In .mentioning "filtration" per
haps the Mayor has let the cat
out of the bag. The emergency
fund will go some way toward
installing one at the plant if the
|
outstanding order of the State
Board of Health is upheld, an 1
the continuance of the fund on its
original plan would take care of
, the expenditure. If the present
desire to deplete it. however, is
carried out, and it is finally by
successive diverting of various
amounts transferred to the cn
. treasury and spent for other pur-
I poses than the operation and de
i
ijvelopment of the water system,
the emergency fund will not he
the ghost it has been to some mu
' nicipal ..nanciers.
■ Suppose, however, the city is
• compelled by the courts to install
a filtration system ? How could
it be done without the emergency
fund? Only !•;. a direct tax for
that specific propose upon the
• property of every single taxpayer
- in the City of Annapolis.
; If the C ity Council, by a.i or
■ der. can take SIO,OOO from the
• emergency fund of the Annapolis
f| W ater t it can taU
■ ;*•'!/ and vvip< out the fund: i* can
• take all the income of the vvaier
plant and have the question "i
its upkeep, whether routine <>r
-l emergency, to haphazard and im
'! provident fmanccering. Tiere
■! fore, it would seem to lie dear
:
that the proposition cannot, and
Aught n6t to. he maintained to
impair the obligation of a con
si tract. or to tamper with a prop
ertv pledged for the payment of
!a debt embodied in the public
> statutes of the State.
New Ship Line
A new Marylaml-Virginii ship line
has been planned and a new steainltoat
‘j service is expected to he established
i between points along the Rappahan
nock river and (Tisfield. Md. Three of
the promoters of the enterprise were
i at points along the Rappahannock
: river last week in conference with
business men. They declared that
• section has been “bottled up” for
| years, and only needs proper transpor
tation facilit : es to ‘‘open it im."
|
‘‘Ye Ferry Inn”
Be sure and visit the “INN”
at Claiborne, situated beside the
Ferry Pier, Special attention to
automobile and picnic parties.
Everybody welcome.
I ———-——
I
1 c: rut us down for n strike” —C'xs. fte'-l
1 WE OFFER j
| 25,000 Shares of the 7 Per Cent. Cumu
lative Preferred Stock
—OF...
The Standard Advertising Co.
BALTIMORE, MARYLAND
Giving 1 2 A SHARE OF COMMON STOCK with every
share of Preferred.
Selling at Par SIO.OO.
CAPITALIZATION |
7 per cent. Preferred Stock, cumulative ..$250,000
Redeemable at $ll.OO per share.
Common stock. 300.000
Fully Paid. N on Assessable. |
Registrars
THE EQUITABLE TRUST COMPANY
For full particulars, see or write
E. ALLEN MARTIN
102 College Avenue Annapolis, Md.
Phone 400. P. O. 80x—529. d 24
1 , ■ "V.V •" '• I VJ i
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•To Fortify The System Against Grip
; Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE
j Tablets which destroy germs, act as a
Tonic and Laxative, and thus prevent
j Colds. Grip and Influenza. There is
j only one “BROMO QUININEE W
.GROVE’S signature on the box. 30e.
j
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!J. ROLAND It It AI * V - - Auvtiaueer.!
Annapolis. Md.
PUBLIC SALE
I nder and by virtue of authority ..f the
Orphans' Court f-r Am tie Arundel County,
vested in the undersigned, 1 will offer !> .
nubile sal,, at No. - West str.-et. Annapo-,
is. formerly the property of the late John
S. Whittington on
Saturday, December 13th. 1919, i
Commencing at lo :m oYloek. v. M.
\tin.ertin hmisi hold arth les. e,insisting of
•lt'fhjue furniture, beds, bedding, ward- j
rol- s. bnienus. . hairs, - arp* ts. mattings.
, rugs, ctinintter set>. dining room furniture.
: china ami glassware, --bilks, pb-ti:res. and 1
nirt-'Mir'* too!*, one --■! of bits complete
! nitli brace and numerous other articles.
TERMS HE SALK CASH.
I'.VMKL !!. KAM'AI.L.
. Attorney.!
Nature Says:
;
. Itny at iincr; pay n little down and
balance weekly or a discount for
cash. You may not be able to buy
u bicycle later on account of higher
prices and scarcity.
Special Prices iMtI.IMI And l"p.
A. H. WILSON
SI VV IST XT. riIONK 43t-J
E. O. LEAGUE
i ROOFING and SPOUTING
Slieei Iron. Slate, Stove, Furnace
Work and Repairing.
Phone 731-W. tf
, •
John C. Boessel Co.
Expert Watch Repairing
A Specialty
61 MARYLAND AYE.
Formerly with Firm of M. Boeaeiel |
1— 1
MRS. OLIVIA WILLIAM’S
HKIt.HT LIGHT II V 1 It IMKI.OK
OPEN EVERY DAY
Make your (late* for night work. Open
Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday
nights for working girls.
i l nder Madam C. .1. W alker's System.
12 COKMIIId. STREET d'.’.S
1
| CLASSIFIED ADS.
LOST ani> roi'Nn, WTD.
rok BALK AXU TOA MKT
i <§*
t . __
I All claaained adrertlaemaota of 28
word* or leas, first Insertion, 60c.
i | Subsequent insertions, one cent
i | s word. Over 28 words two cents a
j j word first Insertion :: s•' ::
i •
MONEY TO LOAN
KONEV TO LOAN—Money to loan on
mortgage. Aj'tly to Wlnson G Gott.
AnnapoMe, Mil. Jy iS-tf
MONEY TO LOAN—On mortgage !n sums
to suit on reasonable terms. l*a rlta I
puymeut allowed. James M. Muuroe. At
j torney. lylS-tf
LOST
LOST—Punch of keys oti Tuesday. 1-•.• t
uber 2. lownrd. Mrs. Kelly. 1< South
irate avenue. ‘*7l
UisT—o*i I *■, eniher v . s.tinewhere about
i-ltv. roll of motley, containing about Je 1 * •* l
,'iiie sum hill, two J'.m's. one si", one or
two s.Vs and one $2 bill. Liberal reward
if returned to ,'ei West street. till
WANTED
v\ Wil l)—Neat eolored waitresses. Apply
Hotel Ma rv In ltd. did
it ANTEI1—To rent a piano immediately
Plume 121 It.. Annal'olis. Md. 'll.'!
\\ WTMt —Woman to eook ttml do general
ltollsew • rk. A ipt\ tTb Gloucester stun t.
tls tl
W,\N 1 Eli—On or before Hceentber Ist. ‘J
or :: rooms, or tin apartment for light
housekeeping. Address “11. C. F.' Kvett
, lug Capital Office. ■*
FOB BALE
I (IK S\EE Drophead Sing, r Sew ing Ma
eliiue, in perfect order, used iiut a short
time with everything complete for $15.*1).
Apply tit 21 Northwest street. dl’>
!<>K sll.K—Fresh co#n with calves: also
buvs lows and calves. Apply V Media,
i > defiers Hi Street: also pays highest
price for poultry. Tel. 55*5-M j s
Knit SALE—Handsome naval dress .ape
' for sale; full length.' <!. F. G.. 2> S
; Charles street. I’.altimotv, Md. <ll2.
i Kttlt SALK—N< w f-passenger. 0 cylinder
! ait to. run l.nnn miles, extra tire, full
■ eiiuipmeitt. cost $1.7‘.*0: price $1.5."!5:
party needs easit. Plioue IF' .1. n2l tf
FOR SAL i:
Tin* proper*,'’ of the late I> r. George
Wells on Hilaries street, as a whole con
sisting of a colonial brick dwelling ami
large spacious grounds, or will sell the
i dwelling with a large lot.
New and modern sevettrroom bungalow,
with bath, furnace, gas and electric light
ed. Location West street extended, l’riee
$5,500. Terms. Lot 50 x 2ihi fe*'t.
Six-room bungalow* at West Annapolis,
with bath, furnace, electric lights, water
and sewerage system. Lot 100. x 150 feet.
Price $5,500.
Desirable huibling lots on Thompson
street; 10. 50 or 00-foot frontage. Frlee
$25.00 |ier front foot.
Several lots on Southgate avenue.
Lot and dwelling at 11T West street.
Price 52.N00.
T.ot and dwelling at -110 West street.
Price $2,250.
The Wttggaman house at 212 Puke of
Gloucester street. Price $12,500.
( II A S. F. L E K
TEL. fM;t t)l7-tf
FOR KENT
FOR RENT—Furnished dwelling, 215 King
George street, s rooms. 2 baths. Posses
sion given Pcccmhcr 201 h. .Inli.m P.fewer
.V Son, telephone M 5. dl2
FOR KENT—liesirable I'urtiisheil room; all
conveniences. Address No. 2152, livening
Capital. dlt-tf
FOR KENT—Two nicely furnished rooms
in private family for lighl housekeeping.
All modern eonvenienc. s. Address “K. L.
M." Capital Office. dll
FOR KENT—Front bedroom Itl private
family for one or two gentlemen for the
winter: till conveniences. Apply No. 255.
Capital Office. n2K-tf
FOR RENT—Store on West Street with es
tablished and profitable grocery business.
Clots. F. Lee. Tel. 603.
FOR RENT—27S-aere stock and grain
farm on Chesapeake Ray, near Church
ton. Anne Arundel county. Applicant
must have stock and equipment. Eugene
P. Childs. *24-tf
PROPOSALS
Samples and prices on Loon feet of fire
lose for the City of Annapolis are hereby
invited by the undersigned, to be
aid opened at s p. m.. Oeeember ;in, lblii.
The committee reserves the right to reject,
my and all bids.
JOHN J. LEVY (Chairman!
111-tf Fire Oep't. Committee.
PROPOSALS
Rids will he received by the City Com
nissioiier until 12 o'clock, noon. Wednea
la.v. Ito 'ember .'it. IPP.t, for removing bi
mninus eoicmte from Franklin Street, bc
ween Church Circle :l!U i Cathedral Street,
oiief.d' to be idled <>ti Shaw Street its
lire. ted. Contractor snail make Ins own
Measurement and give price on tin- work
is a whole. Payment to be made on com
• lotion of the wort; satisfactory to the
Committee on Stria":-. The right is re
served to reject auy and all bids.
W. H. VANSANT,
•12.1 City Commissioner.
PROPOSALS
Rids wil bo received by the City Com
missioner until 12 o'clock, noon, peiruibir
51. R'H'. for laying x-lnvli T. C. sewer on
Monumeiit and Shipwright Streets. Con
struefing manholes, .xe. <'•mtr:i<-tor shall
make his own measurements ami give a
price on the work as a whole, a unit price
for each sewer complete. The right is re
served b> reject any or all bids.
For further information and specifica
tions apply to
W. JL VANSANT,
! d2,t City Commissioner.
STATE <F MAR VLAN ft
Office of the Secretary of State
To All Whom It May Concern;
Notice, is hereby given that application
has been made to the Governor of Mary
land for the pardou or parole of Carrie
Lana hail, who was convicted at tbaeOcto
ier term. 1018, in the Circuit Court for
Anne Arundel County, of bigamy, and sen
tenced November 25. If Ih, to the Maryland
Penitentiary for the iwriod of eighteen
months.
The Governor will take up the said case
for hua) decision on or after Monday, Jtc
•ember 15th. 1010. until whi: a time protests i
against su. U pardon will be beard and the 1
papers filed will be oja-n to luapeetiou at 1
Uie discretion .f the Governor.
Ry order of the Governor.
GKO RUE L. KADC LI FFE. !
U1 Secretary of State. I
KYLE A. PHIPPS
Heaters Ranges and Furnaees
Roofs Repaired And
Fainted
AH Job Work Promptly Attended To
OFriC* AND KHOP:
n2O tf. “ DEAK STUttT
AN ORDINANCE
To amend Article XXX VIII of the Re
vised Code of the City of Annapolis, title
"Streets by adding thereto an additional
section t follow Section I*s and to be
known and numbered as Stvtlon lts A.
Section 1. Be it established and ordained ,
by the Mavor. Counselor and Aldermen of
the City of Annapolis that Artiele XXX\ 111
i of the Revised Code of the City of Anna
| j.olis l>e and the same is hereby amended
by adding ttiervto an additional section to
follow Section 1(5 and to be known and
numbered as Section 1(5-A, and to read as
follows :
j Section Id-A. No person or persons In
! charge of or driving any teams or team,
wagon, cart or any other boast drawn ve
hicle <if whatsoever description, or any
automobile, truck, or motor vehicle of
whatsoever description, shall stand or
paik any beast drawn or motor driven ve
hicle of whatsoever description on the
northeast side of Main or Church Street
; in tltt* City of Annapolis, between Church
Circle and Frauds Sereet on said Main or
1 Church Street, in said City of AnnatHtlis
between the hours of 7 P. M. and 11 P. M
Every such person or persons s,< offending
. shall be liable to n fine of live dollars for
each offel se. to be recovered :?s other titles
and penalties now are.
Section 2. And be it further established
and ordained by the authority aforesaid
that this ordinance shall take effect live
, days after the date of ils puss age
Approved November 12th, li'Rl.
. Attest :
FRANK TL SMITH.
< Citv Clerk.
’ j JOHN .1. LEVV.
iSeal.) Mayor ,
nit tf
I
NOTICE. \
EMERGENCY HOSPITAL
The annual meeting of the Hosidtal As
j soeintioli will take place on Monday, He- j
eembrr IMli. 119, at S I*. M.. ill the lira
I t ft.al. All persons interested ill the we!
fare of this very nee- -sary ami useful tn
• stitntioii. and who wish to have a vote in
j ; its management are invited to beeoim
members liy the payment of not less than
$2.00 annually, and the enrollment of their
names by ihe Treasurer. Mrs. Edgar Rasil.
| ;it her home. Murray Mill, tit once as all
j donations to the hospital to be included
in this years report ninst be lti before the
' | meeting.
, <lls BY ORDER OF ItOAKIL
t !
• I !
'j j ESTABLISHED 1574
The Annapolis Savings Institution
WEST STREET
Total Assets. . . . S9OO,(MHMMr
t Number of Depositors, . . 4,7<M
Pays 4 per cent Interest on Deposits Payable January Ist and 2uk
1 Ist Compound interest paid on deposits not withdrawn
Depository of City and County Sinking Funds. Depository of Tru t
Funds.
All Its investments and entire Management subject to annual exam
ination by State Bank Examiners.
i Loans money on first mortgage cf Ileal Estate on easy terms. Par
tial payments allowed. Also on note with approved collateral
FRANK H STOCKRTT, . . President
\VM. N. WOODWARD, . . Vice-President
'• B. ALLKIN WELCH, .... Cashier
SAMUEL BROOKE. . Assistant Cashier A
i.| JAMES M. MONROE. . . f . Solicitor
Banking Hours: 1) A. M. to tt I'. 31. Saturday: S) A. 31. to 12 31.
" : -
THOMAS F. STEVENS
CO NTH A ('TOR anti !U ILDEK
i*bins mid estimates Glen Promptly
Job Work A Specialty
f West Ammiiolis Phone <195-J
FIRE INSURANCE
REAL ESTATE
FURNISHED HOrsKS FOR KENT
NOTARY PUBLIC
ARTHUR B. WHEATLEY
No. 17 School Street
~ 1
f ■
CHARLES M. CARLSON
JOB GLOUCESTER NT.
CONTRACTOR AND BCILDEB
;■! PHONE 87
festimatet anil Plana Furnished
II W. B. CHILDS
; Electrical Contractor
[ Office and Shep—l 79 Conduit Street
Phone 760
GEO. W. JONES
i
, Circulating Library
The following books bare been added to
the Library:
“The Dwelling Place of Light,” by Win- I
- ston Churchill.
“The Inevitable Balance Sheet,” by Ka- i
rlna Trash.
! “A Circuit lilder’a Wife.” by Cora Har- 1
, rU
“Kenny,” by Leonora Dalrytnple.
! “My Four Years in Germany,” by 3
W. Gerard.
j “Where Your Treasurer it." by Holman i
* I Day.
> i “The cine In The Air,” by laabel Oa- i
' trander.
TERMS:—New Books, Je per day.
Old Books, If, psr day.
I * I ——- pj
; “The Bank That Brought To Annapolis’’
i ! -
The Annapous Bank
OF Till! EASTERN NHOKE TRUST CO.
Church Circle and Gloucester Street
’ j
| Banking Hours : 9 A. M. to 3P. M. Daily
4 Per Cent Paid on Savings Accounts jj I
Two Per Cent on Checking Accounts
of SSOO and Over
W. MEADE IIOM.ADVV
DENNIS J. THOMPSON
JOHN M. GREEN I.*,’ c"" .. r
JAMES O. RUSH ' . lao * V i ,
win son o. oott .:::::::;;;;:.;;;;;;;;;; At ;:'U
Dirertora: *|si
nr V h r r,W ‘ r ’ '**• W - Fran,t Chaney. 'S
Ortanda Rldout, Jolin deP. I>nuw, Oxo. W. Emmeri. h M
T. Salami Brown. William H. Thomaa. W laaom G. Oott. ...JS
This Bank not only “brought Four per cent, to Annapolis** jBB
bat was the first bank to pay Interest on checking' IMm
accounts, having inaugurated the system fl|
in August, 191 s.
W. B. & A. ElectritP
Railroad.
MID-CITY TERMINALS
rinlf-Bonrly Service Morning at Kv.-
Between Annnpoll". Rilt!
Wnahlngton and Cain;, v
(Wnablngton and 'an. ;> x
passengers ehtinge :it N .
Academy Junction!
LEAVE ANNAPOI IS
West Street St at to
510 x 5.5. <5.20. <5.50. 7.20. xT ' ;
10 20. 11220. A M.. 12.20 1
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11.20 A. M.
Leave Naval Academy <.:>;e •
earlier; State House Sit
St. and College Ave., sevt
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Connecting at Odenton w #
LEAVE BAI.TIMORI
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A. M.
All train* re<elve or dtachtitg . f
! *f toon I points b>"w . 1
Naval Academy Juuctb.ii
leum ou signal.
LEAVE WANlirxt,To\
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1 ,i<> 2.00. 3.00, nioo
i turn! 7.00. 0.00. ii.os p. xi
* xDally except Sunday.
oLK'ai Annapolis to Rtilt! .
For tickets and liiformat , ~
i our city ticket ollices : Wi
State House Si.ition, Cdcg
Itladeu Streets; Cur'el II .
Hotel.
NOTICE!
Charles Houston, Evan .-list
Champion Shoe Am t
Ladies’ Shoes Especially
Shorn Dyed No. I Market j
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1 V;
The Annapolis Jobbing Cc I
Phone 449-W 49 SECOND ST 1
SLAG ROOFING
Healers, Ranges and Rooting pu: j
in lirsl-t lass condition.
Promptness and Satisfaction
Guaranteed
Mill
WALTER C. MUNROT
CIVIL ENOINKF.K
Surveying. Plat*. Kattmatea, Muni, lti'
and Xuburbau Water Syatema amt >'"vßa
Dtapoaal.
Savings Bank Building Wm
Annapolis, Md.
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(WILLIAM H. MOSS 11
HART BUILDING
I Annapolis, Mary la ml :|l
It Fira Insurance AucMoneer: |
♦j Money Loaned on Mortgage
♦t Houses Reuted Rent Collected
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NEOLIN SOLES
Shoes half and heeled J|
Sewed or Nailed. Keantahle I’rieH '^j
S. SCHIFF
3354 West St.
Horn Point Sandl
Phone WATSON 546-m 1
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