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A Phonograph for Christmas
There should be music in
every home this Christmas
Get a Phonograph
Get it now while you can have your choice of models.
Get it here wher.c service is best and where you can compare
the world’s three greatest phonographs— *
Victrola— Grafonola —Vocalion
Prices from $25 up
Terms as low as $3 a month
The ideal Christmas Gift—that a constant source of
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*
Globe Furniture Co.
8-10 West Street
Telephone No. 1 Open nights until Xmas
ANNOUNCEMENT
On and after January Ist, 1920
Winterson’s Garage
WILL BE KNOWN AS
Strange Motor Car Company
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Phone 444
SULLIVAN & CO.
.-BROKERS-
Members New York ConsolidatedjStock Exchange *
" We Buy and Sell Stock for Cash or on
Reasonable Margin
The public is cordially invited to visit our office and
inspect our, facilities of doing business
j FIRST FLOOR 6f ADVERTISER BUILDING
Private Wire Direct to New York
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Republic Theatre
MATINEE DAILY ,
TODAY TOMORROW
A D. w. GRIFFITH KATHERINE MCDONALD*
Production
JANE GREY - ,N ~
AND TUC I
•* TULLY MARSHALL 1 nE * |
“Let Katy Do THUNDERBOLT’
It” The Romance of the Strangest Marrage
on Record
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SIGN PAINTING \
SAMUEL W. BROOKS & CO. ■
CH AS. KELSON B KOOKS
Painters, Decorators
and Paper - Hangers
Belief Decorations for Parlors,
Hails and Bathrooms
Church Decoration a Specialty
Freaco Tainting
No. 13*4 DEAN STREET
Kntlmteo Cheerfully FuruUbaS
Telephone H4-W
JTiere isn't much hope for those
trho are too skeptical to even believe
in themselves. j’
Every Tom. Dick and Harry is go- .
ins out on a strike, but it takes three j
strikes to call the ball player out. j 1
SHOP
T.hJ Main Street.
WILL OPEN
Saturday, Dec. 13
with a full line of Auto Ac
cessories. Electrical Supplies
and Haftiware, Agent for the
Tribune Bicycle.
Special Holiday Prices
G. C. GI'IEXOT, Manager
One tablespoonful of extract will fla
vor ohe quart of mixture to be frozen.
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THE EVENING CAPITAL AND MARYLAND GAZETTE, ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND, FRIDAY, DECEMBER V 2, 1919,
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EMERGENCY HOSPITAL
■ NEEDS MORE NURSES
FOR TRAINING SCHOOL
j
(Continued From Page One.)
8; still births. 1; deaths. 3; dispensary;
cises—New patients, 58; total visits.
96; number of hospital days, 632; j
number of pitients in hospital Decern- j
ber Ist, 24; number of operations. 15; !
major, 9; minor. 6
The list ot donations to the hospital
' for November will le published to
morrow.
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RULING ON FUEL
BEING OBSERVED
BY ANNAPOLITANS |
(Continued From Page One.)
11 o’clock in the morning and close at i
5 in the afternoon.
COAL SITUATION IS
UNDER REVIEW lODAV
(By Die Associated Tress.)
Washington, December 12—The gen
eral fuel situation and restrictions on
the use of coal were under review to
day bv the Central Coal Committee to i
determine whether more drastic meas- j
urcs to conserve coal are necessary.
Consumption has been so much great- j
er than production that officials here;
are alarmed at the rapid depletion of
reserve stocks.
No substantial increase in* the
amount of coal mined is expected be- ,
fore Monday.
PENNSY. MINERS SAY
IT'S ONLY “SHOW DOWN”
*. *
(By The Associate! Press)
-Washington, Dec. 12.—While accept- j
ing (he government’s proposal for the
settling of the bituminous coal strike
mining operators of the Ceneral
Pennsylvania district declared in a
statement today tjfat the “settlement
is no settlement at all of the prin
ciples at stake in the controversy,’’!
:id “it is merely a postponement of a
show-down which in our opinion is
bound to come."
The methods proposed for settling:
;he strike by Fuel Administrator Gar-j
-* held, the statement said. “ was inter
_ fend with by government officials*
who knew little of the situation,” with
the result that-Mhe "operators and
public have been delivered into the
hands of the United Mine Workers
of America.”
—Huy Rfd Pro** Now—
COUNTY AGENT ATTENDS
STATE GRANGE MEETING,
County Agent of Agriculture. Geo. !
W. Norris returned this morning from j
ChostertowtK.where he has been in at- j
tendance all this week upon the meet
ings of the State Grange.
Mr. Norris went to get desired in-1
> formation from the State Grange, that, j
i will be helpful to the Anne Arundtel i
County Grange. Anne Arundel has!
tut one Grnage. but it is hoped to re-j
vive interest and by this time next i
vear to have at least five Granges in
his county.
The State Grange passed resolu- i
f ions favoring Woman's Suffrage, and
took a stand firmly for nothing less !
han 10 per cent ’muter fat ice cream,
vnd not the indifferent inferior ice
ro.un manufactured Icing sold today. !
nicy also passed resolutions endors- 1
ng the Anti-Racetrack and Gambling
law. Many other resolutions were
passed.
—Buy Uni Cross Seals Now—
AT TDK KFITBI.H TONIGHT
“Let Katy Do It." which is produced
under the direct supervision of David i
Wark Griffith, is replete with the little
human touches which characterize the j
work of this magician of the screen.
No one has ever equalled Griffith. He!
alone can take a simple story of every
day happenings, and weave it into a j
wonderful picture that pulls at the 1
heart-strings and leaves the eyes wet j
because of its very simplicity and j
faithful adherence to truth and natur- j
alness. Griffith sees dramatic possi-!
nlittes in ordinary incidents and from '
hese the great genius creates living,
ouisating dramas that grip the soul |
ind leave everlasting impressions of
his wizardry.
In "let Katy Do It.’’ whi<*h will be
shown ai the Republic Theatre tonight,
Griffith has made a heroine of a little
amily drudge. Though the story
Bakes no sudden flight from hovel to
palace, and though each incident takes'
place in a homely atmosphere, yet as a
whole this tale of in pliin
i places is one that will stay long in the I
f memories of Ihose who prefer the best j
in pictures.
1 —Buy Rod Cross Seal# Now—
CHARGED WITH HAVING j
ILLEGAL DUCK BLIND
I
i On the cnarge of gunning front a
luck blind illegally built on the Mag
t;hv river. Charles Stallings, a resi
ient of the Fifth district, was arraign-;
ed hefore police justice William S.
Welch here today, but because cer
tain witnesses were not present to
proceed with the case. I>r. Welch de
cided to postpone hearing until a la
ter date.
It is charged that Stallings had his
blind built within the 100-yard limit, i
•mtrary to the provisions of the law. '
and his arrest was brought about j
hrough others haviug blinds on the . t
. Magothy. and who protested. j*
' —Boy K<*d Croft* Swl* Sow— j ]
A rubber wash basin folds into a ! t
- package, which may be carried in the ! t
• vest pocket. 1]
NAVY BASKETBALL TEAM
WILL GET INTO ACTION
HERE TOMORROW
i The call of basketball is in
the air, and the midshipmen's
quint will get into action to
, , 1]
morrow afternoon, li vl n g
scheduled within the las*, few
days a game with the five of
Washington College, of Ches
tertown. Md The schedule, as a
originally arranged, called for
the on Wednes
i day next with Delaware Col
lege. of Newark, Del
With practically the same
material as last season. Coach
"Billy” Lush expects to turn
out a strong aggregation. c
'Hat" Watters," halfback of
the football team in the season
just closed, is captain of the
' Middie live
The Cadets at St. John’s Col
lege also are getting busy. c
schedule has not been
completed, but it is expected a
final arrangements tor the
opening game of the season 1
soon will bfc completed.
Turning again to the Middies,
they have games scheduled i
with most of the leading col
leges of the Fast, so that an in- a
teresting season on the local i
; court is promised. 1—
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“THE MIRACLE MAN”
j RANKS WITH GREAT
FILM MASTERPIECES
| Published originally as a novel in
Munsey's magazine, written by Frank
L. Packard and later dramatized by,
George M. Cohan and presented with
| phenomenal success on Broadway, the -
jParamount-Artcraft picture. The Mir- .
acle Man" conies to the Palace tliea- I
1 1re tonight. As a motion picture this
j absorbing story has been hailed by
the critics as one of the finest produe
j lions ever seen on the screen. With <■
| scenes laid in the haunts of criminals \
in New York's Chinatown, in a littlP ]
village on the side of a giant moun
tain and one the shore of a roaring *
ocean, the opportunity for wonderful *
photographic effects has been realized ■
to the limit.
But the chief interest is in the
: striking story, which centers about the
!venerable figure of an old patriarch.
! who is credited with the power to
| heal the sick and make crippled limbs
whole again. To him come Tom
i Burke and his band of crooks from
New York’s Chinatown with the idea
of cashing in on his powers. But it
doesn't work out as they calculated,
for hidden away in each of them is a
leaven of good, which slowly conies
,4o the surface under the influence of
! their w holesome environment. In a
most marvelous way the criminals are
reclaimed from the paths of crime.
!
A cast of unusual ability enacts the
important roles in the picture, head
ed hv Thomas Meighan, a well known
j leading man. and .including Elinor
Fair, Betty Compson. Joseph J. l)owl
|ing. Lon Chaney, W. Lawson Butt, J.
jM. Dumont, Lucille Hutton, and F. A.
; Turner.
—Buy K‘<l Cross Vow —
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
AT AUCTION TOMORROW
Household goods and other articles.
[‘Constituting part of the personal
property of the late John S. Whitting
ton. for over 4'l years crier of the
| Maryland Court of Appeals, who died
several weeks ago at his residence on
West streft. will he disposed of at
public sale tomorrow. __ The sale
! which will be/ conducted by Daniel
j R. Randall, as attorney, and J. Roland
j Brady, auctioneer, w ill be held on the
premises, and as customary with such
'sales, all articles will be “knocked
j down” to tha highest bidder. A good'
ideal of antique furniture will be in
■eluded in the sale, and there will be
•0
i many other articles of general char-j
actor.
—Buy Rr<l Cross Seal* Now
MISSIONARY SOCIETIES
SEND BOXES TO FRANCE
A
The senior and junior missionary so
; cieties of the First Methodist Episco
pal Church have recently sent two
well-filled Christmas boxes to France. j
The Woman’s Foreign Missionary
Society sent a very large box filled
with clothing of all kinds as well as
good things to eat. This Society has
"adopted" one of the French war or
phans.
The Standard Bearers, a missionary
organization of the young people of the
j church, have also “adopted" a French
war orphan whch they are taking care
i of. and this organization of juniors
sent a substantial Christmas box
Much enthusiasm was manifested in
packing the boxes.
—Buy Red Crown Soils Now—
Visiting Preacher At Naval Chapel
The preacher at the Naval Academy
Chapel at the 10:45 service on Sundry
morning next will be the Rev. James
H. Taylor. D. D.. pastor of the Central
Presbyterian Church, Washington, D
C.
This is the church which President
Wilson attends. Dr. Taylor was to
have been the visiting preacher at the
Chapel for November, but was unible
to keep his engagement at the Naval
Academy at that time.
—Buy Red (row Sent* Now—
To Fortify The System Against Colds.
Grip And Influenza
take GROVE'S TATSELESS Chill
TONIC. It Purifies and Enriches the
Blood. It Builds up and Strengthens
the Whole System. It fortifies the Sys
tem Against Colds, Grip and Influenza.
Price 60c.—(Adv.) N
BLUECOATS WANTED
sls CLOCK; COUNCIL
VOTED THEM ALARM
iContinued From Page One)
sufficient to awaken the policemen if;
necessary," So the R:i sell substi
tute motion finally prevailed by unani
mous vote.
Leaving the municipal building
after the adjournment of the meeting.
Mayor Levy happened upon police ser
geant Holliday. "Well Sergeant."
said the Mayor. '"1 did the ! cst 1 could
for you fellows; tried to get yon r.
clock for sls. but they knocked me
down to $1.75."
“Aw. Shaw." we don't want any
clock."
So endeth the tale of the police sta
tion clock.
—Huy Kfiii ( rih Vow
\t The Hospital
.Mrs. Williams, of. East port, sister*
of Mrs. Kutsch. was operated on yes
terday at the Emergency Hospital for!
appendicitis.
The operation was performed by
Dr. Brent, of Baltimore, a member of
the hospital's visiting staff. The pa
tient is said to le doing nicely this
morning.
Mrs. Williams will he remembered
as the sweet singer, who recently sang
in duets with Mrs. Wiglcy at the
Presbyterian Church.
—Buy H‘i! (roftx Seats Ntm
CASTOR JA
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
Always bears ..
Signature of
Christmas Gifts
Complete line of Useful Gifts,
consisting of Chinaware, Glass
ware, Household novelties and
Electric utensils. ,
MYERS’ HOUSEHOLD DEPT.
dl3 45 West Street.
PALACE THEATRE >
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Today and Tomorrow
1 “
The Photo Play With An Amazing Soul I
B&AYFLOWTR PHOTOPLAY CORPORATION Present*
George ioane Tuckers i
Ran For Five Straight Weeks At |l
Garden In Washington ffl
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l THE NEW MANAGEMENT f
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Winterson’s Gara: f
Takes Great Pleasure in Making the l
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Announcement
that it has secured the son ires of an e\|*rt storace bnllcn i j
man ami is prepared to ai>e fcnaranteed service in r hail : fj|
repairing iintcißohilo storaite batteries. V ( (CM 1*1,1.! I. i L
LITE SERVICE ST\TION will be maintained and extra \
standard make batteries \> ilI Ik* kept on band.
| .Inspection and testing free oi charge.
James F. Strange & S
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Phone 141 All Work <.nu > •
ANNAPOLIS TIRE REPAIR C
100 WEST STREET
Now toiler New Mining .moot
, ' J. T. MrMAIION, l*rop.
Vulcanizing—Tire Repairing—Retreading
HoneNty liflliiency Courtesy
E'ree Air Service Aula Acres? > i.i
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TlßES—Miller, Goodrich, Firestone, Sheridan
QUALITY OUR WATCHWORD j.l
5. P
I GIFTS j
We have some of the mo.;? Ideal Xmas Rifts and smmcstio:
reason we advertise greatly is on art mint of the liiniud a u r
show space. You will find genuine La Tascua j ar! mi kl.in
watches, ladies’ jewel*\v, men’s Elgin and Waltham bunting a:; i
Lu o watches, also, the largest stuck of toys and tree oni..n. a
had.
BEST PRICES.
Jos. Levy
TELEPHONE tOtt-M d 24 7:\ WEST ST, j ■
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