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Kit 11 >A V, DE( KMBKK 12, 11119.
THE PROFITEERS IN COAL
A rule of commerce that the
tendency of prices is upwards
whenever the demand exceeds the
supply. Usually there is not
much controversy over prices
when the purchasers are chiefly
interested in the tfoods.
Therefore not many people are
questioning the price of .sugar in
the market place today. They are
willing to take it at any price. If.
as Federal Judge Anderson has
intimated, there has been collus
ion on the part of coal operators
and miners, then it is reasonable
to suppose that in the processes
of natural laws of trade, coal
would l>e selling 1 this winter at
hitherto unheard of prices, except
for the intervention of the Gov
ernment, which has been able to
lay down a hard rule to protect
the consumers of the country, by
forbidding an increase in the sell
ing price of coal. The coal opera
tors objected to this measure
very strenuously, when the con
troversy was first taken to Wash
ington for decision. However,
when exposure of enormous
profits threatened them, the oper
ators decided that discretion was
the better part of valor, and has-!
toned to declare that they would,
do anything the Government de
cided upon.
These profiteers were, how
ever, found to he less stubborn
than the profiteers who mined
the coal, and who continued to
remain on strike when a scientific]
adjustment was announced, rais
ing their wwtges fourteen per cent.
With cities running their busi
ness houses on half time, and the'
great industries of the country
closing down, or operating on a
six hour a day schedule; with
train service reduced to the mini-'
imm : and with general disaster
and freezing threatening the i
stxalled “radical group" of mi
ners' continued to tight against 1
yielding to the Government.!
■_4
Everv intelligent analysis leads
i
to the conclusion that nearly 100,-.
pOO coal - miners have had the
country hy the throat, and defy
ing the Government.
A C ommission is to he devised
to adjust questions of employ-'
ment in the coal industry. It is
reasonable to predict that such a
Commission will establish a just
standard between the operators!
and employes. Of course this is
jn keeping with progressive poli
cies in industry. Hut when the
Commission has finished, the
same unruly hordes in the coal
mining business (including opera
tors and miners'! w ho have impos
ed their selfish affairs upon the
public, will doubtless still be
found kicking over whatever,
awards and conclusions may be
arrived at.
A great many people are prone
to believe that the better policy
on the part of the public would
be to see the game of profiteer
ing among coal operators and
miners through to the finish, bv’
letting soldiers and citizens, wdio .
THE EVENING CAPITAL AND MARYLAND GAZETTE, ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND, FRIDAY, DECEMBER V 2, 1919,
; have a high regard for the rights
’ of the public, operate the coal
mines, letting the selfish interests
that are in charge of the industry,
get as much the worst of things
a> it would be possible to hand
dut to them.
thTbook OF ACTS
BEGINNING OF THE
:! CHRISTIAN CHURCHi
, |
Personality Of St. Peter Domi
nates First Twelve Chapters.
That Of St. Paul. Second
Twelve—ln The Book Of Acts
Home Missions Become For
| eign Missions
BEGINS AT JERUSALEM
AND ENDS AT ROME
‘ In his address last Sunday morn- 1
in the Presbyterian Church audi
torium I)r. C. Alphonso Smith, who
j ook for his subject the Rook of Acts.
>j£al)ed it a most interesting hook, ami
• lone of (fie best sellers of books.
The book takes its name )rom "The
■j-Acts of the Apostles,” and is the he-,
> ginning of the Christian church!
crises. The time at which this book i
begins was a crisis in church history.
Eleven of the disciples had gathered
• together to see just where they stood,
it was a very different story when
1 they had Christ with them. Now that
they cannot call on Him any more in
the flesh, it is a most desolate occas
’jion. They had leaned on Christ and
cannot lean on Him any longer. They,
must stand for themselves. If the
I Hook of Acts had not 1 een written,
we would have had no foundation of
■ a church.
The word ‘church” appears only
twice in Matthew, .Mark, Luke and
John. Acts is the first organizer of
tlie church, in clearness, adequacy,
Comprehensiveness, and it is the rea
son why we have no more churches.
Those we have are the names, “la
, be Is on the bottle," said the lecturer. I
‘the contents not being very dif
ferent
Dr. Smith said we are all familiar
with the phrase, "Father. Son and
Holy Ghost.” The “Three in One"
lias Irena stumbling Hook to some.
The Bible, he said, is divided into
three parts. The first is presided
over by God, tlie Father; the second,
by God, the Son. and the third, by
God, th > Holy Spirit. "If I should
divide the Bible into three parts."
said the lecturer, “I would write over
the Books of the Old Testament, ‘God.
the Father,’ over the first four Gos- j
I pels of the New Testament, “God, the
iSon.” and over all the rest. ‘God, the
Spirit.’ ”
| The phrase of trinity is a common
■ one. said the lecturer, and he illus
| (rated with water. Tlie form of water
jas a solid, is ice. then it is a liquid,
jand then it can be converted into
steam; three in one. God. in the Old j
• Testament, was like a solid, calling
then to righteousness; a fear of of
fending.
! When Christ, the Son, came on j
earth, the solid moves around, as the
liquid water does. Christ is moving
among men at Jerusalem and Gallilee.
God the Son is like a fluid. When '
j Christ was crucified then there was
the period like we live in, when the '•
Spirit. No matter where you are, in i
the earth, under the earth, in the air. 11
tlie Spirit of Christ is there. It is 1
til iquitous. omnipresent, omnipotent. 1
I omniscient. The last great stage of 1
Christ is the spirit, and we are living
in the reign of the Spirit, said Dr. I
i Smith. i 1
What did the disciples do when 1
gathered together? inquired the lec- 1
turer. Did they say "We can’t do any- 1
j thing because Christ has gone from, 1
among us? No; they took three steps ]
I They said, there are only eleven of I *
us. Christ wanted twelve. Probably
the twelve disciples represented the ,
twelve trilcs.of Isriel. They said
'Let's make it twelve." and they
Elected a man to take the place of
Judas Iscarot. The only man of the
'twelve" who eouid not say "1 saw
Christ." "I have been with Christ." |
I t must have been a handicap, said j
die lecturer, not to have been able]
to give personal testimony.
Matthias was the man chosen as i
the twelfth disciple, and whatever
power Matthias had. was the power
•of the Holy Spirit. Every preacher
today, stands on the same platform
with Matthias. His handicap makes
him human. He was not a genius, j
not a great man, but a good man.
Dr Smith said there are so many j
Matthiases that “Carry' On.” who are |
not geniuses, not great men, but who
have successfully carried on the work |
of Christ's kingdom. I oca use they had
the power of the Holy Spirit; they'
were true and loyal and ready to burn
at the stake for the Master. Not gift
ed as Paul, or St. John’ but filled with
the Spirit of God.
After electing the twelfth disciple
the second step taken by the chosen'J
disciples of Christ, was the real
launching of the sdtip of Christianity
“The Church" is organized in form
so that they can do team work, hit I
line and hit it hard. The church
was organized in an upper room, and
tfc3 Scripture said they were “All of
one accord, in one place.” When alb I
are of one accord, the speaker said, *
you can release any resistible force j
The twelve individuals had , merged ;
their will into one will; whaf had
been twelve rivulets had become one
river They went out and •began to
preach, and every man had ten times j
the power he ever had.
in speaking of the geniuses of the
world, the speaker said, they repre
sent us. and say what we fell, but
i can't say. Conversion comes slow
with some, however it comes, it is a!-,
ways marked by the release of some
unsuspecting power. If twelve men.
j the disciples, who organized the first
.church, coaid come tack, said Dr,
j Smith, they would be gratified. If on
a quiet Sabbath morning they could
hear the church bells ringing around
the world, they could say "We started
it." Their faith has girdled the earth.
’’There are tribes today whose lan
guage was first put together in the
form of the Bible teachings.
Intense inteerst centres in "Acts."
It is the first chance the disciples
had to develop their personality.
St. Peter first came to the from ]
so easily that other men were not in j
his class. He had denied Christ; had:
been a coward and a traitor; had
been the "Judias Iscariot” at that mo-j
ment. vet when Christ sent a message j
to his disciples. He said; “Go. tell,
my disciples, and Peter."
Peter was a man of force, irresis
tible before an audience. "He goes to
jail and gets out of jail with equal
cheerfulness." said Dr Smith. Peter
was democratized. It took a great
deal to bring about his democratiza
tion, but he was democratized. St.
Peter preached and 3,000 were con
verted. This was the beginning of
!the Christian church. Stephen was
’he first martyr, it has been said
"The blood of the martyrs was the
seed church." Stephen was
stoned to death, great rocks were
thrown at him and his body mangled,
i There was one who stood and looked
jon -a man called Saul. The coats of
those who were throwing the rocks
and stones at St. Stephen, were laid
at the fee! of Saul.
! The picture never left his brain It
burned in, and was the cause of his
conversion. The ground was prepared
and fertillized, the seed sown.
Dr. Smith said over the first twelve
i chapters of the Book of Acts could be
written "St. Peter," whose personality
dominates these chapters, and over the
second twelve chapters "St. Paul."
whose personality dominates these.
The Book of Acts closes with home
missions becoming foreign missions.
It begins in Jerusalem and ends in
Rome.
On next. Sunday Prof. Smith will
take for his subject the Epistle of St.
Paul, as his life is so nearly linked
| with the IBook of Acts.
— lt IIV Kcd Cross Spain Now—
IT’S FOOLISH TO SUFFER,
When So Many Annapolis People Arc
, Pointing The Way Out
You may be brave enough to stand
backache or headache or dizziness.
But. if. in addition urination is dis
ordered, look out I If you don’t try
to fix your sick kidneys, you may fall
into the clutches of dangerous dis
ease before you know it. But, if you
live more carefully and help your kid
neys with Doan's Kidney Pills, you
can stop the pains you have and avoid
future danger as well. Don't experi
ment—use the remedy Annapolis peo
ple are publicly endorsing. Read this !
case:
Mrs. Mary I. Nelson, "9 Holland St..
Annapolis, says: “While moving
some years ago I had a severe at
tack of kidney trouble and I think
it was brought on by walking np and
down stairs so often. I had terrible
pains across the small of my back
and my sight blurred. My kidneys
gave me no end of trouble and my
feet swelled. Mornings I felt more
tired than when I went to bed. I
tried different medicines but with lit
tle benefit until friends told me about
Doan's Kidney Pills. I used some. ;
getting them at the R. R. Smith Phar
macy and now I have very little kid
ney trouble. When I do feel in need
of a kidney medicine I take Doan's
for I think there is nothing like
them."
60c, at all dealers. Foster-Milburn
Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
WE OFFER
25,000 Shares of the 7 Per Cent. Cumu
lative Preferred Stock
...0F...
The Standard Advertising Co.
BALTIMORE, MARYLAND
Giving % 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
I Fully Paid. Non Assessable. j
Registrars
THE EQUITABLE TRUST COMPANY
For full particulars, see or write
E. ALLEN MARTIN
U 102 College Avenue Annapolis, Md !
Phone 400. P. Q. Box-529. d 24 jj[
TRUSTEE’S SALE
—t jp—
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
IN TH K CITY OF AN NATO LIS. MARY-|
LAND. WITH WA 1 Kill liONT.
Isy virtue of a decree of the Circuit
• Ci.urt tor Anne Artttoli ’ County. sitting In
Equity. passed on tlie thir.l day of lu-veni-
t >er. lUJ'.i t!i a ease iU s.iid mri, No. -4411 1
, Kquitr. wherein How A. Burt:* i* plaintiff!
and Hrdoman Hurt** et at are defendants. I
the ututorsigned Trustee wilt offer ;.T public j
sale at the Court House door. in the city i
of Annapolis. Maryland. on
Tuesday, December 30. 1919,
AT KLKVEN O'CLOCK. A M.
All that lot of ground located on the
at>Ul invent side ,ii Prince Gr •;,.•• street, mot
at the foot thereof, fronting thereon forty
feet and having u depth therefrom <>f fifty
• nine feet, six inches. ami having a front.ig
as part of said lot ou the waters of the
harbor of t!te city of Annapolis, being the
same property conveyed to Willi in Itenry
Burti* by John Heffner by deed doted ou
! tlie fifteenth day of Mac h, iu the \. r
eighteen hundred ami eighty-two. and re
j corded turning the Laud Record* of Auto
Arundel county in Liber S. It.. No. V
folia g<;7. excepting a portion there t con
veyed to Howard B. L - gn by the said
William Henry lturris by d dated on
the ninth day of November in the year
eighteen hundred and eight' two and re
corded among the said Laud K* "Mu n
Lib. r S. IL. N... JO. edio M7.
Improved by a frame dwelling, boat
j house and sheds, and h. g tire jrop. ity
■ where for many years tin- said William
Henry Rurtis conducted a pleasure boat
; business.
TLILMS OF SALE. ::s prescribed I.y tire
decree One-half ;sli upon (he day ot
sale or tiual ratification thereof, ia tie
| discretion of the trustee, and the balance
iti six months from day of sale, or all
j.-ash at the option of the purchaser, the
.deferred payment to tear interest from the
| day of sale and to be secured !*y the bond
i of the purchaser with se.-uritv s.- ;-;sfa.-?orv i
to lire trustee; a deposit of three hundred*
dollars will be required of 'he purchaser
on the dav of sale
NICHOLAS H. (HiKEN.
Trustee.
KOLAXI* BKADY - Auctioneer.
Annapolis. Md.
PUBLIC SALE
I'mler and by virtue of authority of tie
• Orphans' Court for A tine Arundel Comity,
vested in the undersigned. I will offer to
public wile at N<>. - West street. Anne po
ll*. formerly the property of the late John
S. Whittington on
Saturday, December 13th, 1319,
CoinmetnHtig at 10 n o'clock, A. \L
Numerous household articles, consisting of
antique furniture, beds, heddiug. ward
robes, bn *. a trs, chairs, carpets, mattings
rugs, . hamb ■!• sets, dining room furniture,
‘china and glassware, clocks, pfi tures. amt
OJI mentor's toots, om set: of bits, complete
Wir'i 10-.ee . I cotne is other i.ftiel, s.
TERMS OF SALE ('ASH.
DANIEL 11. RANDALL.
Attorney.
Nature Says :
Buy at once; pay n Hti!* down and
balance weekly or a discount for i
rush. You may not be able to buy
a bicycle Inter on account of higher
prices uiid scarcity.
Special Prices il’i.iH) Anti I p.
A. H. WILSON
31 WEST ST. PHONE 431-J
iTJI .
E.O. LEAGUE
ROOFING and SPOUTING
Sheet Iron, Sidle, Stove, Furnace
Work and Repairing,
Phone 731. W. tf
• 7 *
John C. Boessel & Co.
Expert Watch Repairing
A Specialty
61 MARYLAND AYE.
Formerly with Firm of M. Ito easel
• *
“Ye Ferry Inn” j
-
Be sore and visit the “INN”
at Claiborne, situated beside th
Ferry Pier. Special attention to
automobile and picnic parties.
Everybody welcome.
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|j CLASSIFIED ADS. j .
LOST AND FOCND, WANTED.
FOK SALK AND FOB BBNT j
♦ ' ♦
i *
1 All classified sdvertißemsnta at 2*
I word* or less, first Insertion, 60c.
j Subsequent insertions, one cent
i a word. Over 26 word* two cent* *
I word Aral Insertion i: is s:
* ♦
MOSEY TO LOIS
MONET TO LOAN—Money to loan on
Eunttgage. A.-i .y to Wlnson G Oott.
Acnspoi's, M i tT
MONEY TO LOAN —On mortgage in **
ro suit on reasonable terms. Partial
paymeut allowed. James M Munroe. At
tornejr. lrl H t*
LOST
LOST— v bla k bill Hurt
between Franklin :ind W*-*t ifreet* be
! ward If returned to K. it. Joy* \ G 1 '
'.liver! S ii.H.I. ,l!
WANTED
W INTEIi — ml l<ar.l
faintly desired t)\ y.miij. man. X.- A '
fajiit.il Ortiia.
t\ XNTED — N ' < • > " .it "• '
. j to Hot.'l Mary .'and.
n t\ rt ii— r
Phone 1-1 It.. Amiafo'ia. Ml.
\1 XNTED—\X
. I housework. Apply lTii ;'••>. eater street
I ,!s
' M XNTKD—till nr lief.ire I** . iiit.er l*i
or d rooms, or an apartment for light
. i housekeeping. Address "11. t'. 1. Even
ing fajiital iifliee.
POSITION WANTED
1 POSITION H ANTED V i - '
| knowledge of stenography and typewrit
i ing desires position: experienced: refer
••nees. No. fajiital tilii.e. *ll- t
FOB SALE
Hilt SALE—One white iron lied, spring,
and mattress; one refrigerator; one •">-
burner gas stove. Apply 111* Market
street. did j
FOR sAl.E—One lUii.k Hig 81s; exeel lent
i condition: .-heap: one Or,ant. 5 passenger
I Touring Oitr; one l'ord 5-passenger
Touring far. Winters.ill's Oh rage. dls
H)I( SILK—P.fls ford Limousine; Mg liar
gain to quick buyer: price six hundred
■ (.stitKMltlt dollars. Leon Strauss, ."si Mary
land avenue. phone ::s7. did
l I-'OK s \I,K Hrophead Singer Searing Ma
j ehine, ill perfect. order, used but a short
1 time, with everything eomplete for s.'ss.<hi.
Apply at 21 Northwest street. ill".
| ; 1
FOR SALE—Fresh cows with calves: also
1 buys < ows and calves. Apply X. Media.
! s Jefferson street: tils., pays highest
price for poultry. Tel. 55U-M. js
| l-’OK SALE —Handsome naval dress cape
| for sale; full length. <5. I*. (1., 2S S.
Charles street, Baltimore, Mil. did:
F 0 It SA L E
| The property of the late Hr. George
Wells on Charles street, ns a whole coil- i
sisting of a eoloninl brick dwelling and
1 large spacious grounds, or will sell the j
dwelling with a large lot.
New and modern sevenrrnotn bungalow, j
with bath, furnace, gas and electric light j
ed. Location West stris-t extended, l'rbe j
$5.50(1. Terms. Lot 50 x 200 feet.
Six-room bungalow' at West Annapolis,
with bath, furnace, eleetrle lights, water |
and sewerage system. I Lot 300 x 150 feet. J
Price $5,500.
Desirable building lots on Thompson i
| street; 40. 5o or 00 foot frontage. Price
j $25.00 per front foot.
Several lots on Southgate nvsntie.
1 Lot and dwelling at 417 West street. I
Price $2,800.
Lot and dwelling at 111) West street, i
Pr.ee $2,250.
The Wnggaman house at 212 Duke of
Gloucester street. Price $12,500.
C H A S. F. L E E
TEL, fins nl7 tf
FOB KENT
POK KENT—furnished dwelling. 215 King
George street. S rooms, 2 baths. Posses
sion given December 20th. Julian Brewer
A. Son. telephone 815. .112
FOR KENT—Desirable furnished room; alt
conveniences. Address No. 202. Evening !
Capital. do-tfj
FOK KENT— Front bedroom In private !
family for one or two gentlemen for the !
winter; all conveniences. Apply No. 255. !
Capital tmice. ' n2X-tf
FOR KENT—Store on West Street with es
tablished and profitable grocery business.
Chas. F. Lee. Tel. <503.
FOR RENT —275-ncre stock and grain
farm on Chesapeake Bay, near Church- j
ton. Anne Arundel county. Ajijdlcuut i
must have stock and equipment. Eugene
P. Childs. 524-tf
proposals'
Samples and prices ->n 1.000 feet of lire!
hex., t *r tln * ity of Annapolis are hereby I
invited by the-undersigned, to be received '
j and opened at s p. December :*. lttp.t. !
: Tim committee reserves the right to reject
! any and all bids.
JdIIX J. LEVY (fhairman)
: Dl-tf Eire Dcp't. Committee, i
PROPOSALS
Bids will be received bv the City Com-I
missirtm-r until 12 o'clock, noon. Wedues-i
‘lay. In ember ;:i. l'.tl'.* f.. r removing hi- j
| fundnus -or. erete from Eranklin Street, be- [
tw.s-n fhnnli Circle and Cathedral Street.
Concrete to be piled on Shaw Street ats
dire,ted. Contractor shall make Ids own
measurement and give price on the work
is a whole. Payment to be made on com
pletion of the work satisfactory to the
Committee on Streets. The right is re
served to reject any and all bid*.
\V. IL VAXSAN'T.
' City Commissioner.
PROPOSALS
Lids will tie received bv the Cltv Com
misstom r until 12 o'clock, noon. December
21. 11*19. fot laying Much T. C. sewer on
Monument and Shipwright Street*. Con- i
strutting manholes. Aic. Contractor shat! i
make Ids own measurements and give a j
price on the work as a whole, a unit price l
for each sewer complete. The right Js re- I
served to reject any or all bids.
For further information and specifics- I
thins apply to
iv. H. VAXSAN'T,
'"■* City Commissioner.'
MRS. OLIVIA WILLIAMS
BRIGHT LIGHT HAIR PARLOR
OPEN' EVKftY DAY
Make your dates for night work. Open f
Monday. Thursday. Friday and Saturday
nights for working girls.
Fader Madam C. J. Walker's SystHbi.
KYLE A. PHIPPS
Heaters, Ranees and Furnaces
Roof* Repaired And
FaLnted
AH Job Work Promptly Attended To
OFFICE AND SHOP:
19 DKAX STREET
AN ORDINANCE
} To amend Article XXXVIII of the Tie-'
vised Code of the City of Annapolis, title, j
i "Streets' by adding thereto an additional 1
section to follow Section it". and_ to be
known and numbered as Section 1(5-A.
i Section 1. Be it established and ordained
by the Mayor, Counselor and Aldermen of
ttie Cltv Annapolis that Article XXXVIII
of the Revised Code of the City of Anna
polls be and the same is hereby amended
by adding thereto an additional section to
follow Section ltt and to be known and
numbered as So- tinu lti-A. and to read as i
follow*
S.a tion I*s A. Xo person or persons in
i ,-harge of or driving any teams or team,
wagon, cart or ativ other beast drawn ve
il h:e of whats.H ver des. ripttor.. or any |
automobile, truck, or motor vehicle of ,
whatsoever desTiption. sb.ill stand or
park any Ivenst drawn or motor driveu ve
hicle of whatsoever description, oil the
northeast side of Main or Chur* h Street,
in the Cltv of Annapolis between Church
Circle and Francis Serve! on said Main or
Churvb Street. Ibi sa’d CMv of Anuai-iH*.
between the hours of 7 I*. M and it I*. M
Fverv *t- n j-erson or persons so offetidlng
shall be liable to a hue of five do” , fi
ea h offense, to be miirrml is other tines
and penaitie* now are
Sr- tion 2. And be if fertb* r eat * 't#e.i
sod ordained tiy the authority iforesaid
that this ordinan-,- stoill t *>* eC<~ t to
lavs after the date of it* * j*
A’-proved Nov .-ti-her 12th pit •
Attest •
I It INK li SMITH.
City Clerk.
JOHN J. T.rvr.
,Se C I M r
Bt*-Jf
NOTICE,
EMERGENCY HOSPITAL
The sma ll meeting of the If. .spit d (
so-bition will l ike j. I C Weed*v, He
i-rinbee l(|h, I*l#. *1 * I* VI . ,
tilt a|. AM J verso .* p.tv.st.-d hi th. w .
fare <f Mils v< rx mi , ■> I * c
Htitutlon. and who w,*n t,. b*ve
it* matu-tg. ni* ",f - r ; tiv -. d t * t,.-. .
■umber# ht the
$2 no illttm.' dv. 1 the .• ■ .of * t?
names bv the Treasurer M K 'gnr B*
iat hi r home. Murray Hi;!. oh. ..it
■donation* to the hospital to be included
In lids years report must be In before tie
meeting.
<lls BY ORDER OF IIOtRII.
ESTABLISHED IS7I
The Annapolis Savings Institution
WEST STREET
Total Assets, . . . ?;>t>(,ol>o.t>o
Number uf Deposllors, . . 1.71H5
Pays 4 per rent Interest on Deposits. Payable January Ist at, /
Ist. Compound interest paid on ihpnsits not withdrawn
Depository of City and County Sinking Funds Depository n{ n
Funds. 9H
All its Investments and entire Management subject to annual t \
inution by State Bank Examiners. ju
Loans money on first mortgage rf Ileal Estate on easy terms Fi >’
tial payments allowed. Also on note with approved collati r..
FRANK 11. STOCKETT, . . President M
WM. N. WOODWARD, . . Vice-President <JE
B ALLEIN WELCH (Cashier §
SAMUEL BROOKE, . Assistant Cashier 'r 1
JAMES M. MUNROE Solicitor L
Ranking Honrs: 1) A. M. to SP. M. Saturday: ft A. M. to li M. fc
1 ?
THOMAS F. STEVENS
COVTKACTOK and I!I M IICK
i
Flan* and Estimate* Given Fromjitly
Job Murk A Npedulty
West Annapolis Flume t95-J
FIRE INSURANCE
REAL ESTATE
rUBMIBIIED HOrMEH FOB RENT
NOTARY FL'BLIC
ARTHUR b7wHEATLEY
No. 17 School Street
CHARLES M. CARLSON j
1641 GLOI'I'EHTF.R XT.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
riityvE 87
Estimates and Flans Furnished
! W. B. CHILDS j
Electrical Contractor
Office and Shop—l 79 Conduit Street \
Phone 760
GEO. W. JONES
Circulating Library
, The following books have been added to
the Library :
| “The Dwelling Place of Light," by Win
aton ('bun-hill.
"The Inevitable Balance Sheet," by Ka
rina Trash.
rls A Clreo,t by Cora Har
"K pn,, r.’’ by Leonora Dtlrympie.
My Four Years In Germany,” by J.
W. Gerard. " 7 - '
D “ Wb * r * Your
trsnder tIUB lD Th * Alr " by ~abel °* i
- #
TERMS:—New Books, tc per day.
Old Book*, lc. per day. 1 (
J _
| r==- - i 1
“The Bank That Brought 4% To Annapolis’’ ||
The Annapolis Bank a
OF THIS EASTERN SHORE TRCHT CO. *
Church Circle and Gloucester Street
Banking Hour* : 9A.M.t03 P. M. Daily
4 Per Cent Paid on Savings Accounts j; I
Two Per Cent on Checking Accounts
of SSOO and Over
W. MEADE HOMAriAT
CHARLES F. LEE
DENNIS J. THOMPSON Alee-1 rent nr ut
JAMES O. Bl'Hlf Aaalatant
HINSON G. GOTT .
Attorney j
Dim-tor* j yt
i , o F rtaodt <1 ßi , d0!, , r <1 * r ’ V h u r W Frank Chaney
T I>OU "’- Geo. W. Emmerirl.
. Roland Brown. William H. Thotnaa. M ioaom G. Gott.
""J 3 ¥oor P** ‘•eat. to Annapolis”
, but Mas “ 11 r * l hank to pay interest on checking
accounts, having inaugurated the system i*'
, - in August, 1918.
- :1 I
W. B.& A. Electrifl
Railroad.
■m-CITY TFKHIXMs
Half-Hourly Service Morning - * ||
Between Ann*polls, • ‘ ‘ l'
Washington and Civ
(Washington and Cav '• i
pasHifftgers change .a* '
Academy Junction ;- j
LEAVE ANN 11*01 |X
West Street Mivtic 1
5.10. 15.50. fi 20. 0.50. 7.20 xT * *• 1 j
10 2u. 11 2* A. V.. 12.20 ’
*4 20 x 4.50, 5.20, stl.'Jtt, 7 *.fy
IL2O A. M.
Naval Academy Gr.-
earlier; State H"U*e *■
St. and College Air., uni
esrlUr. 1
Conne tlng at Odenton w
I.E \ VF. B \LTIMOn i
6.55. t7.SR. 8.. 9,'15 10 X' ,
12:k\ 1 55. 2.X\ V.
5 Tit <l*l. 7.lft, 9.35. 11 . J'M
A M
Ail tnlm rtNflri* or <ll*- p,- „ '
• t lo'-sl point* b* w.-. y
Naval Academy Junction
Icuai a signal,
IF HE U t-HINf l ,
? ii), aco, **'>, 11 •- %
1 %i'*K # I *'
<l4, fin, <v u v v
I Duty t
•Lm.-sl Ann*i*#dls t-t B
For tb* !•-! afcd Inf- , *
oarclty ticket efcoe* w*
Hft# Houir
H SirtTf•; Carvrl U
NOTICE! iv
Charles Elouston. E .
Champion Shoe A-,
Ladies’ Shoes Ek
Shoe* lift'd 1 Miri.- v „ B|^
The Annapolis Jobbing Co. £
Phone 449-W 49 SECOND ST
H
SLAG ROOFING
I-
Heaters, Ranges ami Rooting put I *'i
in tirst-elass condition.
Promptness and Satisfaction
Guaranteed
old
WALTER C. MUNROE
CIVIL ENGINEER
fliirveylng. Plat*. Estimates. Mui'KlEfi
and Huburban Muter Bystems and
Disposal.
Savings Bank Building
Annapolis. Md.
1 WILLIAM H. MOSS (
HART BUILDING \f§
I Annapolis, Maryland;!
|| Fire Insurance AucMoneer:
tt Money Loaned on Mortgage : 3
|| Houses Rented Rent Collected ;|H
NEOLIN SOLES
Shoes half soled and heeled tjjfl
Sewed or >uiled. Rensoable I’rlrrt M
S. SCHIFF
33 y 2 West St.
Horn Point Sand J
Phone WATSON 546 ro I ,
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