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fcmmtng Capital
Established ISM.
AND MARYLAND GAZETTE
Established 1727.
ASNAPOLIH, Ml).
Published Daily Except Sunday by
THE CAPITAL PCpLIKHI.VO COMPANY
THE EVEN INO CAPITAL
Is on sale at the following places:
George W. Jones 104 Main St.
William Nebulize 34 West Bt.
Oeo. J. lavl* 74 Maryland Ae.
('has. <. Keldtneyer SO Maryland Are.
Martin Hauwli...Cor. li.nidall A- King <eo.
William Baker West and Csthedral
1 >•!leered In Aanapolts, Fast port, Ger
tnantown and West Annapolis by carrier
for 30 cents |>cr month.
You cm it have the EVENING CAPITAL
{nailed to you when away front the city
by leaving your name arid address at the
office, f..r IVt cents per month; j*-r
ji-ar. payable In advance, to any I'ostoffice
in Ctilted States or Canada.
Entered at Annapolis I’ostoffice as
Second Class Matter.
Mr in her of The Associated Press
The Associated Press Is eieln
sively cntllleil to the use for re
piibllenttoii of all news credited to
l! or not otherwise credited In this
paper and also the local news pub
lished herein. All rights of re
pnblleatloti of special dlspuh lies
herein are h!ko reserved.
SATURDAY. DECEMBER 13, 1919.
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RED CROSS SEALS
I low many of us stop to think
as wp k'o about our daily affairs
what the significance is of the
present campaign for Red C ross
seals.?
I !ie tut ajo rm ss of the sum
asked for, in comparison with
those of war time drives, is per
haps one of the reasons the pres
ent appeal does not jjrip us any
stronger. \\ <• have become used
to 1 i 14 propositions for giving,
and the modest sum of SIOO,OOO
for the whole state is apt to make
us think that the importance is
in some decree measured by the
smallness of the amount asked.
lint this is by no means the
proper standard to apply in this
ease, lor the menace which this
money is sought to combat is per
haps the most deadly toll taker in
the whole State. Last year, for
instance, in the city of Baltimore
alone, l,l!bi persons died from tu
berculosis. 'These deaths repre
sent about 1 d.aOO active eases,
and an annual wajje loss of over
three and one-quarter millions of
dollars. Practically the same pro
portion of fatalities and illness ob
tains throughout the State. And
the jjarini; part about it all is
that tuberculosis is preventable.
The present campaign in this
State is under the direct auspices
of the Maryland Tuberculosis As
sociation in conjunction with the
Ked ( ross, and the developments)
of Maryland’s program for the
saving of human lives, and pro
motion of health and happiness,
depends largely on the sale of
Red ( ross sc als within the next
ft w d.t\ s.
Over ninety per cent of all re
ceipts from the sale of seals of
Maryland stays in the State and
is mod for tubercular work (lur
ing the coming year. The re
mainder goes to the National Tu
herculo.-.is Association where it
pays tor the matter published and
educational work and supplies
tram which we receive our pro
portionate henelits.
A concrete illustration of the
good that is being done bv the
motiev raised is in the fact that
the National Association last
year gave STOOD from its fund to
the State Association for the use
of its new children’s Preven
torium which was opened last
summer at C laiborne. Maryland.
The t laiborne C ottages, as this
Preventorium is called, furnishes
a home-like and curative atmos
phere for the man pre tubercular
children which the visiting nurses
and clinics are constantly dis
covering.
It is only through well directed
and financed efforts that the tu
berculosis problem can he reach
ed. and thereby present the possi
bility of eventually eradicating
the dread disease to a very large'
extent.
If each of us would bring this
problem home to our own per
sonal circles and realize what it
means or may readily mean, per-'
haps a more cheerful and readier.
THE EVENING CAPITAL AND MARYLAND GAZETTE, ANNAPOLIS. MARYLAND, SATURDAY, DECEMBER l’k PR).
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(grasping of the opportunity of
| having some part in this great
!cause would follow.
Anne Arundel should especial
-Ily appreciate the importance of
this campaign, as statistics show
this county has the highest death
j rate from tuberculosis of any
'county in the State.
j| ( OMMI NIC ATHENS MI ST
BEAK SIGNATURE
,! * The Evening Capital received
ft communication this morning
Vhich we would cheerfully
tj publish but for the fact that the
j writer did not furnish us his
ha me. In sending in letters
for publication it is necessary
that the author give the editor
his name, not necessarily for
pubication, but as an evidence
of good faith.
AT THE CHURCHES
St. A line’s Parish
■ (Protestant Episcopal; Founded 1692.)
Rev. Edward 1) Johnson, 1). 1).,
Rector.
Services, Third Sunday in Advent:
7:3o—Holy Communion.
9:30 Sunday School
11:00 Morning Prayer. *
• 7:30 Evening Prayer.
St. Luke's, Enstport
i Rt. Rev. G. Mott Williams, 1) 1).
( 3:00 Sunday School.
4:00 Evening Prayer.
Y ~~ '
Naval Academy ( Impel
the services at the Naval Academy
Chapel tomorrow will be as follows:
lj S:4. r ) a mi., celebration of the Holy
I Communion.
’ j 10:45 a. tu., morning prayer and ser
) | mon. Preacher, the Rev. James H
,! Taylor. I). I)., pastor of the Central
Presbyterian Church, Washington.
'i 12, noon, Sunday school.
Divine service (morning prayer and
j sermon) is also held every Sunday
morning at 10:45 in tlie Auditorium,
.*! (Mahan Hall.)
Maryland Are. M. E. Church
'| Services at Maryland Avenue Meth
odist Episcopal Church tomorrow will
jbe as usual. In the morning at 11
’ ; o’clock, the pastor w ill preach on the
: subject, “Solomon’s Choice," and in
, the evening at 8 o’clock, he will preach
on “The Last Parable,” another In the
' series of the “Parables of Jesus."
College Avenue Baptist Church
' At the College Avenue Baptist
r Church, Rev. Jno. S. Sowers, pastor,
j- the services for tomorrow will be as
l follows:
9.45 a. m.—Men’s Bible Class.
-i 10 a. m.—Bible School. H. H. Hall,
I superintendent.
11 a. m.— Morning worship, subject,
' "The Struggle For Life.”
7.15 p. in —B. Y. P. V.
8 p. m.—Evangelistic services.
’ Cottage prayer meetings will beheld
i Wednesday at 8 p. m. Group A—At
L. P. Paxton’s residence, 19 Jefferson
street. Leader. Mrs. Jno. S. Sowers.
• Group B—At Baptist parsonage, SI
. Market street, leader, the pastor.
A cordial invitation is extended to
all who will worship with us.
Presbyterian Services
j The usual services will be held to
i morrow morning at the Presbyterian
( 1 Church. The pastor, Rv. S. E. Per-
I sons. 1). I) , will preach in the morn
ing from the theme “Enduring, as See
ing Him Who is Invisible.’ In the
evening, at 7:30, the preacher will be
tl><> Rev. Williams, of Baltimore, a
1 representative of the Anti-Saloon
League.
Nt. Martin’s Church
Services will be held tomorrow in
iSt Martin’s Lutheran Church, Francis
‘street As the church is at present
I without a pastor the preacher tomor
row will he the Rev. F. II Graeber, of
Keyscr. West Virginia.
Sunday school will be held at the
usual hour. 9:45, ind there w ill be an
evening service in German.
Christian Science Services
The Annapolis Christian Science So
ciety. 28 State Circle, will hold serv
ices as follows:
, 11 a. m , Sunday, subject, “God, the
Preserver of Man." 8 p. m., Wednes
day. testimonial meeting
The reading room is open every
Wednesday afternoon front 3 to 5
o’clock where all authorized Christian
Science literature may be read, pur
chased or borrowed. The public is
cordially welcome.
\ssocivted Bible Students
The Associated Bible Students will
hold their usual meeting tomorrow af
ternoon at 3 o'clock in the Knights of
IN-thias Hall for the regular Berein
Bible study. A cordial invitation is
extended to all visitors and others in
terested.
St. Philip’s Chape!
Services at St. Philip’s Chapel
(colored). Northwest street, will bej
held tomorrow evening at 8 o’clock
and will be conducted by the Rev ,
George W. Savage, clergyman in
rharge. during the absence of the rec-,
tor of St Philip's.
A service of Even Song is held at S
o’clock every Thursday.
Ml. MorMi (hurt’ll
Rev. J. A. Briscoe, Pastor.
11 ( a m.. the pastor will preach <nf •
jtb* subject “Have You a Key.” 2:30,|
Sunday school. 7 p m , great meeting
for young people. 8 p m., sermon by
pastor.
Have you heard the voice of Jesus?
Sailors and soldiers welcome. One
thousand people invited. Just come)
down Franklin street.
Asbury Church Services
Sunday Services at Asbury M. E.
Church (colored). Rev. W. C. Thomp
son. pastor.
11 a. m.—Sermon “Good Health."
Collection will le taken for Emer
gency Hospital and Red Cross Seals
will be sold.
3 p m.—Love Feast.
8 p. m.—“ Seven Last Words of
Christ”; last of series.
A Day Nursery is opened at the
Community House on Calvert street.
Any mother who works out during the
day and would like to have her chil
dren cared for while she is away may
consult Rev. W. C. Thompson, 31 Sec
ond street, for terms.
—llu. ll(l ( rur >nilN >ou
CONFIRMATION HEED
AT ST. MARGARET’S
Bishop Murray Visits This Parish
For “Laying On Of
Hands”
!dR. MURRAYS SERMON
Sunday, December 7ih. was a me
jmotable day for St Margaret's. An
j unusually large congregation asseint- j
! 'od at the church at 10 a. in., to wit-1
less confirmation services, and to
hear a splendid sermon ly Bishop,
! Murray upon the text: "Be ye per-1
: feet even as your Father in heaven!
i is perfect.”
These words of Christ’s were shown
n a light entirely different from that;
| generally thrown upon them, and
man’s obedience to this command ap
-11 pea rod to be easily within the realms
i of possibilities.
The service of confirmation admin
istered by (lie Bishop was particular
. ly impressive.
Bishop Murray, Rev. R. C. Cowling,
the rector of the parish, and Rev. Jas.
L. Smiley, rector of Pasadena, were
in the chancel. At the altar rail
knelt ’the Children of the Lord’s Sup-
I per.” One entire family, father,
l mother, and only daughter: four
, i children visioning long useful lives
, i before them; two young matrons in
j | the flower of womanhood and one
* grandmother—all consecrating them
selves to God's service and received
the rite of confirmation.
Holy Communion was celebrated
t and a pentacostal spirit seemed to per
vade tbo .vhole congregation.
* St. Margaret’s Exceeds Quota
In the afternoon the n: -rulers of
the Nation-wide Campaign committee
• set forth on their pleasant pilgrimage
The air was as balmy as spring time,
• the sun shone as if in benediction and
at every home a welcome of smiles
and open hearts greeted the happy
willing workers. The quota assigned
1 St. Margaret’s Church to raise for
1 mission purposes was S3OO, but al
-1 ready that has 1 een exceeded and the
•J returns will undoubtedly aggregate
| nearer live hundred.
1 To Give Cuntala
’ The cantata to be given Christmas
will be on Friday night, December 90.
Admission free and no collection
taken.
jl Mrs. Garrison met with a painful
accident Suudav last, stepping on two
i rusty nails.
Weems Duvall sustained a slight
I flesh wound while preparing pork for
the winter.
The weather is most excellent for
[ i
some of the season's industries, but
|
too cold, it seems, for “the delicately
nurtured” to husk corn.
B. G. D.
—Boy Kcd Cross Seal* Now
I M
For Colds Or Influenza
and as a Preventive, take LAXA
TIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets. Look
jfor E. W. GROVE’S signature on the
. box. SOc. (Adv.)
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| WE OFFER 1
. i
25,000 Shares of the 7 Per Cent. Cumu
lative Preferred Stock
i ...OF.-
The Standard Advertising Co.
BALTIMORE, MARYLAND
Giving *4 A SHARE OF COMMON STOCK with every
share of Preferred.
Selling at Par SIO.OO.
CAPITALIZATION
7 per cent. Preferred Stock, cumulative .. $250,000
j, Redeemable at $ll.OO per share.
Common stock 300,000
i Fully Paid. Non 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
r
Navy Offers Trip Abroad
Another offer comes from the bu
reau of navigation under the United
States Navy, which is made to all ex
service men whose desire to see the
: world has not been fulfilled. This
ioffer includes an extended voyage to
European and Mediterranean waters
•on new destroyers which are now l.e
‘ing fitted out at the navy yard in
Philadelphia. These destroyers are
named the Chandler. Southard, Hovev,
Broom, Aldeu and Long.
Information may be obtained at the
United States Navy recruiting station.
306 9th street. Washington. D. C.
One tablespoonful of water or milk
should be allowed for each egg in an
omelet.
Ability is measured by deeds rather
than by intentions.
IN MEMORIAM
l
MKDFOKI)—4n sad. but loving r-im -
hr.-tm-e i.f nr dear mot her. S.\l!.\l( ANN
.MKPKOIiP. who dep.-irfml this life tueii
tv-tive rears ]igo tomorrow, pet-ember 1!,
1919.
IP st tiii. d.-tir Mother, thy labors o'er,
j Thou wilt toil mi more.
A faithful mother true mid kind,
; A truer mother you could jio? Jiiul.
j In life we loved you dearly,
j 111 death we do the same,
i We often sit and think i f you
'And wish you were h-rc :ig. in.
Pear is the grave where tut mother is laid.
Nweet is the memory whieh never i-an fade:
If ones may wither. !<-,ius fade and die.
Others may forget yon, but never will I.
p.y ilia; i.n\ i\t; i'hilpkkn.
MRS. OLIVIA WILLIAM’S
ItUKillT 1.K.11T II \! K I’AKI.OU
OI’KN KYKKY DAY
Mak** your dates for night work. Open
Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday
nights for working girls.
I nder Madam .1. Walker’s System
-11 tOKMIII.I. STHttkT d>
KYLE A. PHIPPS
Healers, Ranges and Furnaces
Hoof-, Unpaired And
Painted
All Job Work Promptly Attended To
on It i: AND SHOP:
i I!) DKAN STIIIKI
t)29 tf.
Nature Says:
Buy at onee; pay a little down und
balance weekly or a discount for
cash. You may not le able to buy %
a bicycle Inter on account of higher
prices and scarcity.
Special Prices #12.00 And Ip.
A. H. WILSON
31 AVKST ST. PHONE 431-J
021
E.Q. LEAGUE
ROOFING and SPOUTING
Shed Iron, Slate, Stove. Furnace
Work and Repairing.
Phone 781-W. ti
•*— ■ (•
John C. Boessel & Co.
Expert Watch Repairing
A Specialty-——,
61 MARYLAND AYE.
Formerly with Firm of M. Boessel
“Ye Ferry Inn”
I -
Bo sure and visit the “INN”
at Claiborne, situated beside the
Ferry Pier. Special attention to
automobile and picnic parties.
Everybody welcome.
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I CLASSIFIED ADS. j
LOST AND rOTKD, WANT*®.
I FOB BALE AND FOB WENT
' i l
' J I
i All classified sdvsrtlsements of 28
word* or less. first Insertion, 60c.
i Subsequent insertions. one ceut
! a word. Over 28 word* two cents a
word flrat Insertion :: :: ::
4* *
MONET TO LOAN
MONET TO LOAN—Money to loan on
inottga ge. Apply to Wluson U tlott.
Annspol's, Md. JylN-tf
MONEY TO loan—On mortgage In sums
to suit on reasonable terms. Partial
payment allowed. James M. Mttnroe. At- ;
j torney. Hl'' tf
r LOST
LOST —Small lil.u k pm kelbm>k. containing
- sls.mi ami some jta|>rs. lleward if
turned to Cupita! Office. dlo
j.osT—A :ray sHk right hand glow <>n |
Main stnxt >u Thursday evening. Please ;
„• i return to Capital Office. dl.'. j
=
WANTED
i !
\% \>*TEl—Men wanted for detective work
Write .1. tin nor. former Gov’t. Detective. i
Danville. 111. _______ I
■ w ANTED—Hootn and board in private .
family desired b\ young man. No. 2ft L 1
Capital Office. die |
n ANTED—Neat colored waitresses. Apply !
! to Hotel Maryland. dl." |
AA ANTED—To rent a piano immediately, j
I‘hope 121 H., Auua polls. Md. did
AA ANTED—AA'omau to < (ink and do general ;
housework. Apply IT'.* tllomester street. .
■*' d> tf .
5 WANTED —On or before December Ist. 2
or rooms, or an apartment for light
housekeeping. Address “11. C. I".’ Even
ing Capital Office.
" i
v AGENTH WANTED
Ai.KNT'—Big urolits selling extracts, per
s fumes, cold creams, face powders, spices,
medicines, etc.; beautiful. high-grade
* Hue; cxeljisi ve territory; sample youp
free, l.aeassiau Co.. Dept. 111. St. Louis
Mo. di:i
■ -
AtiENTK—Emmett Scott’s and Kelly Mil
lei's Negro War Histories outsell tbem
iill ; better now titan ever; SIO.<NNI sales
j last week; agents wild over success; lies! ;
' terms; patriotic pictures free: express
paid: either outfit free; both 20 cents;
act quirk. Austin A Jenkins Company. ’
Washington, Ik C. ilia
FOB HALE
EOK SALE—One white iron lied, sprint:,
and mattress: one refrigerator; one a
burner gas stove. Apply lid Market
street. <ll*
FOR SALE—One lttiirk Big Six; excellent
I condition: cheap; One Grant, 5-pnsseiiger
Tourinjr Car; one Ford S-pusseugcr
Touring <’ar. Wlnterson’s Garage. did
TDK SAKE—IMS l'ord Limousine; bit: bar
gain to quick buyer: price six I run dre.l
cjaton.OOi dollars, i.eon Strauss, fid Mary
land avenue, phone ds7. did
EOK SALE Drophead Singer Sewing Ma
chine. In perfect order, used iiut a short
time, with everything complete for $1(5.1 ML
Apply at 21 Northwest street. did
EOK SALE —Fresh cows with calves: also
buys cows and calves. Apply X. Media.
S Jefferson street ; also pays highest
price for poultry. Tel. 55(5 M. Js
j
EOK SALE—Handsome naval dress cape
for sale; full length. G. I’. (),, 28 S.
Charles street, Baltimore, Md. <llll
BUSINENH IHM'OIiTIMTY
j BEMNESS OITOKTI NEry—;;im> per cent
per annum in an absolutely safe enter
prise. if an income like this mi a few
I hundred dollars appeals to you, write
j l!o\ hsl, Bin khurnett. Texas.
F 0 R SA L E
The proper' y of the late Dr. George
Wells on Charles street, ns a whole cou-
sisting of a colonial brick dwelling and
large spacious grounds, or will sell the
dwelling with a large lot.
New and modern sevetirrooin bungalow,
' with hath, furnace, gas and electric light
* ed. Location West street extended. Price
$3,500. Terms. Lot do x 200 feet.
Six-room bungalow at West Annapolis,
with hath, furnace, electric lights, water
if and sewerage system. Lot 100 x 150 feet.
I Brice $5,500.
■. Desirable building lots on Thompson
street; -to. do or On-foot frontage. Price
?2d.00 per front foot.
Several lots on Soutligate avenue.
Lot and dwelling at 417 West street.
Brice $2,800.
Lot and dwelling at 419 West street.
Brice $2.2.10.
t
- The Waggaman house at 212 Duke of
Gloucester street. Brice $12,500.
( II A S. E. I, E E
TEL. 603 Ti 17-1 f
. I _
FOB RENT
i EOK KENT—Desirable furnished room; all
convenient'' s. Address No. 2>2, Evening
j Capital.' . <l9-1 f
I FOK KENT—Froiitts bedroom in private
family for one dr Wvo gentlemen for Hip
winter: ill’ ■ ••nveuience*. Apply No. 255.
Capital Office. n2S tf
FOK KENT—Store on West Street with es
\ tahHslie.t and profitable grocery business.
II Chas. K. Lee. Tel. 005.
|| FOK KENT—27S-acre stock and grain
|| farm on Chesspeske Bii>, near Church
ton. Anne Arundel county. Applicant
must have stock and equipment. Eugene
P. Childs. 524-tf
PROPOSALS
Sam pies and prices on 1.000 feet of fire
hose for tin' City of Annapolis are hereby
invited by the undersigned, to lie received
•iml opened at s p. in., December :to B*l9
The coin in it tee reserves the right to reject
any and all bids. I
JOHN J. LEVY (Chairman) !
dll-tf Eire Dep't. Committee.;
PROPOSALS
Bids will he received bv the Citv Cqm
missioner until 12 o'clock. u<m>u. Wednes
day, December 21. 1919, for removing bi
tunjinus concrete from Franklin Street, be
tween Church Circle and Catliedra! Street.
( onoieTe to be piled on Shaw Stre<t US
directed. Contractor slial! make his own
measurement am! give price on the Work
■<s a whole. Payment to be made on com- I
motion <f tin* work Ratluf/H'forjr to tbo i
Committee on Streets. The right is re- I
served to reject any and nil bids.
W. 11. VANSANT.
A*l City Commissioner, j
PROPOSALS
Bids will be received by the City Com- j
tnisMoner u: Bi 12 o'clock, noon. December:
:i. 1919. f.,r laying Hindi T. C. sewer on
Monument and Shipwright Streets. Con- I
strictiug uiauholes. A-<\ Contractor shall
make his own measurements and give a
orice on the work as a whole, tt unit price
for each Scvvor couiplete. The right Js re
served to reject any or all bids.
For further information and specifica
tions apply to t
i W. TI. VANSANT.
d 3l - City Commissioner.
AN ORDINANCE
To amend Article XX.XVTII of the Be
-1 vised Cede of the City of Aunnjmli*. title.
"Streets" by adding tliereto an additional
I aeetiou to follow Section id. to be
; known and numbered as Sei tioii t<-.V.
! Section 1. Be it estahlislied and ordained
: by the Mayor. Counselor and Aldermen of
the City of Annapolis that Article XXX \T 11
lof the Itevised Code of the City of Anna
I poiis be and the same is hereby amended
by adding thereto an additional section to
: follow Section Id ami to he known and
uumbered as Section IG-A, and to read as
, follows:
| iion ld-A. No person or persons in
j eharge of or driving any teams or team,
wagon, cart or any other beast drawn ve
hicle of whatsoever description, or any
automobile, truck, or motor vehicle of
whatsoever description, shall, stand or
park imr beast drawn ,>r motor driven ve
; hide of whatsoever description on the
) northeast side of Main or Church Sweet.
in the City of Annapolis, between Church
: Circle and Francis Screct on said Main or
Church Street, in said Citv of Annapolis,
• between the hours of 7 B. Si. and 11 B. M.
Every su b person or persons s,, offending
; shall he li dde to a line nf live dollars for
each offense, to he recovered as other tines
and penalties now are.
Section 2. And he it further established
and ordained hv the authority aforesaid
j that tills ordinance shall take effect five
j (lava after the date of its passage •
Approved November I3ih, 1919. *>
Attest;
FBANk It. SMITH.
City Clerk.
J<ill N J. LEVY.
I /Seal.) Mavor.
lil4 If
notice”
EMERGENCY HOSPITAL
The annual meeting of the Hospital As
| so'-j iiton will take place op Monday, lie
j rein her IMli, t!H9. ui S I’. M., id the bos
| pital. AH persons interested in the wel
i fare of tliis very necessary and useful in
jstitutiofi. and who wish to have a vote In
j its management are invited to become
members by the payment of not less than
$2.(Hi annually, and the enrollment of their
I names by the Treasurer. Mrs. Edgar Basil.
at her home. Murray Hill, at once as.all
; donations to the hospital to he included
in tlds years report must be in before the
meeting.
dls IIY OKIIKK OK ItOXKD.
ESTABLISHED IS7I
The Annapolis Savings Institution
WEST STREET
Total Asset
Number of Depositors, . . 4,7041
Pays 4 per cent Interest on Deposits. Payable January Ist and ’ uly \
Ist. Compound interest paid on deposits not withdrawn
Depository of City and County Sinking Funds Depository of 1 rust ]
Funds.
All Its investments and entire Management subject to annual i-x.un- |
ination by State Bank Examiners.
Loaus money on first mortgage of Heal Estate on easy terms Bar- I
tial payments allowed. Also on note with approved eollaier.il, H
FRANK H STOCKETT, . . President
\VM. N. WOODWARD. . . Vice-President
B ALLKIN WELCH Cashier
SAMUEL BROOKE. . Assistant Cashier
JAMES M. MUNROK Solicitor
Banking Hours: i) A. >l. to dP. M. Huturdaj: !) A. M. to l‘J It. 1
THOMAS F. STEVENS
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
I’lans and Estimates Given Promptly
Job Work A Specialty
West .\ Him polls Plione Cil.l-J
FIRE INSURANCE
REAL ESTATE
FI KNISMED HOfißltH FOB RKNT
NOTARY PL'BLIO
ARTHUR B. WHEATLEY
No. 17 School Street j
CHARLES M. CARLSON
IWi GLOrCESTER ST.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
PHONE 87
EstlmatM and Plana Farnlahed
W. B. CHILDS I
Electrical Contractor
Office and Shop—l 79 Conduit Street 3
Phone 760
GEO. W. JONES
Circulating Library
The following hooka have been added to
I the Library :
I "The Dwelling Plaee of Light.*’ by Wlu
ston < 'hurchill.
"The Inevitable Balance Sheet.” by Ka
rina Trash.
"A Circuit Rider's Wife,” by Cora Har
rla.
“Kenny,” by Leonora Dalrymple.
"My Four xeara in Germany,” by J
W. Gerard.
"Where Your Treasurer la.” by Holman '
"The Clue In The Air.” by Isabel Oa- .
trauder. ‘
TERMS:—New Books, te per day.
Old Books, le. per day. ,
|r= - ' - -4%
“The Bank That Brought 4% To Annapolis” 11
The Annapolis Bank 1
OF THE EASTERN SHORE TRUST CO.
I
Church Circle and Gloucester Street 1
.. v Banking Hours: 9A.M.103 P. M. Daily jlgfl
4 Per Cent Paid on Savings Accounts H
i° i I
Two Per Gent on Checking Accounts j
of SSOO and Over I
AT. MEADE HOLLA DA V 1
chari.es f. lkk ["Viie-Fr-i.u.,. ; I
DENNIS J. THOMPSON C 4
2Vmes m . v v;.!r
AT IN SON . (iOTT ‘.'.’.'.'.'.'.‘.'.’."Atturmy ■ J|
Director*: j jag
W. Mrade Holladny. Chnrlea F. I.ee. AV. Fr*ok Chanc>
Orlando JRidout, Jolin del*. Donw, (iro. W. Emmcri. h .:a
T. Roland Brown. AA ill law H. TUomna. Aiintum ti. Gott. ||
This Bank not only “brought Forr per cent. to Annnpoli-'*
bnt Aras thp tirst honk to pay interest oil rlierkiiiK jin
accounts, huTing inaugurated the system -mM
in August, liilb. 9H
W. 8.& A. Electii*
Railroad.
■id-city Vermin u
naif Hourly Service Mon ' Fc .
Between Annapolis. I-
Washington and '
(Washington and t’n
passengers change
Academy Jum to
LEAVE AXX.trois
West Street xt^i
510 x 5.50. ft.2o. 5.50. 7.20 i -
10 20, 11.20 A. M . 12.2
at 20. \4.50. 5.20, a. 20. 7
11.20 A. M.
'Leave Naval Academy <:
earlier; State House x
| Bt. and t’ollegc Ave., s. •
earl It r.
Connecting at Oder ton w
LEAVE B VI TI Mo
7 0.35. X 7.35 R. 35. 10
12.55, 1.55, 2.35. 5.35. x
1 6.35. 0.35. 7.55. 0.35. D
I A. M.
All trains receive or dls. < • ~ i |
at local points betwr. •
Naval Academy Jumtu ;.
leutu on signal.
LEAVE W \s||\,. y,, ,
tI.OO. 7.00. s.l'o. 59.00. lIUKI B,
l.ist. 2.00, ist, sl 00
• j (1.00. 7.o<i. O.tst. 11.05 i’.
XI hilly except Sunday.
oLocal Annapolis t<> lb
For tickets and Inf" ,
our city ticket offices ; W--o , r
State House Sl itton. <'< :
Bladeu Streets; Carvel ii
Hotel.
j NOTICE!
il
Charles Houston, L\
Champion Shoe A -.-t
Ladies’ Shoes Espr, !; v .‘.J
ShOOH DjPtl No-. > like! x.„
11 " ‘ ~ ~ ' ■ |
The Annapolis Jobbing cijj
Phone 449-W 49 SECOND S'B
SLAG ROOFING
llwilcrs, Ranges mnl Roolinir
in lirst-class condition.
Promptness and Satifcfactior
Guaranteed
old | *;
WALTER C. MUNRoL
CIVIL ENGINEER
Surveying, Plats. Estimates. MutiKjH
and Huhurbun M uter Systems ami
Dispussl.
Savings Bank Building
Annapolis. Md.
!! WILLIAM H. BI
I
HART BUILDING
| Annapolis, JMarylainil
j; ,
IFire Insurance AucUonNtJ
Money Loaned on Kortgajie I
Houses Rented Rent Cdlr.ctdfl
NEOLIN SOLIDS
Shoes half soled and heeled
Sewed or >:iii<‘(J. IDaso.ihh rri'**®
S. SCHIFF I
West St.
Horn Point Sanl
Phone WATSON . r . 16 n|

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