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Tilt. MAUVLAKD OAZICTTK—ESTABLISHED IT7T.
\\>l. LAX No. IS3.
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MEETS AND NAMES
MANAGERIAL BOARD
Sarr.c Officials Unanimously
Chosen At Annual Meeting
Hfld Last Night—Soon To
Meet For Election Of Officersj
—Reports Received
maternity WARD GETS |
high commendation,
Commending achievement* of the
year, with particular reference
j„ connection with the Nurses’ Train-j
Ing School, re-electing three of the |
Hoonl of the Managers of the instl-i
tut lon who tuul been appointed during
the year to till vacancies that oc- j
lurrml, adopting an amendment that!
malum a minor chango In the constl
tsitlon and by-laws, by which the an-]
Dual meeting date is changed from
the third Monday in October, instead
0 f :hp third Monday In December; the
unnual meeting of the Annapolis
Emergency Hospital Association was
held last night in the sun parlor of:
the hospital building, on Cathedral 1
Kn-e;. All of the older members of 1
the Hoard also were re-elected. There!
was no opposition In any case.
The Hoard of Managers expect to i
get together at an early date, and
elect their officers. The officers and
members of the Hoard as now consti
tuted are:
Miss Kale Andrews, president; Mrs.
Mt'Makin, vice-president; Miss Kate
Randall, secretary; Mrs. Edgar Basil,
treasurer; Mrs. Tisdale, Mrs. Ray
mond Stone, Mrs. Nicholas Green,
Ur* Abram Moss, Mrs. D. M. Gar
rison, Mrs. Alexander Proskey, Mrs.
f'.eorge Harter.
Advisory Board —Judge Mo**, Frank
M Duvall, James Munroe, Dr. William
s Welch, Col. Harry J. Hopkins, W.
.Vnade Holladay.
Medical Stuff Dr. J. 0. Turns,
chief of stalT; Dr. Russell, secretary.
Staff Executive Committee—Dr. J.
0 Turvis, ex-offlelo; Dr. Walton Hop
kins, Dr. S S. Hepburn. Dr.'Hayes.
President's Report
The report of Miss Kate B. Andrews,!
president, in part, reads:
"We beg leave herewith to submit!
to you a statement of the affairs of
the Hospital the past year.
(Continued On Page Three)
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TEA ROOM
Heine-made mince meat, plum puthliu*.
fruit rake, tellies and marmalade, alto
turkeys, thlckenii. dneks from Strat-hglnss
Farm.
Christmas trees delivered at yonr door.
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STOCKHOLDERS’ MEETING
The Annual Meeting of the Stock
holders of The Annapolis Banking
i Trust Company will be held at its
H.!nk;ng Rooms, JANUARY 8, 1920, at
12 oVlnck noon.
Y HOWARD THOMPSON. JR..
Treasurer.
MILK FOR SALE
Received Fresh--twice a day.
18c. a Quart.
ANNAPOLIS RESTAURANT.
<1 West St. 224 Main St.
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The Farmers National Bank
Of Annapolis, Maryland
ORGANIZED 1805
Gross Assets, . . $2,803,221.82
Individual Deposits, $2,149,226.97
SECURITY AND SERVICE
ARE WHAT WE OFFER
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'
Per.. Z|. Cent
INTEREST ON SAVINGS ACCOUNT
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‘Fhe Only Rational {Bank in j4nnc 'Jlrundel County
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I H ■ M fIK ■ H |H H h Hi Jr*-
HOLIDAY RUSH ON
AT CIIY POSTOFFICE
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Public Co-operating By Mailing
Early, Thus Aiding Officials
In Dispatch Of Mail
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POSTMASTER IS ON JOB

Tli* Yuletide holiday rush at the :
city poatofflea la now on- In warnest,,
Indicating that the people of the city
are heeding the instruction* of the j
• postal officials to "mall their Christ-|
• mas parcels early" in order to Insure;
their delivery by the time of the great 1
holiday.
Move* in this direction really got
, under v?ay last week, when !iuny *per*:
| sons were seen hieing their way to- j
! wards the Federal Building with arm- j
fuls of bundles, but yesterday and to
day it Is not an uncommon sight for
i long streams of happy ohriatmas folks
! to be lined up before the stamp win- j
. dows, waiting to purchase stamps to
, convey to some dear relative or friend,
tar and near, som* remembrance of
the festive season.
All of which mean* that the public |
Is co-operating with the officials of the}
postoffice as a means of avoiding the:
last hour jam that marked formerj
Yluetide season* In this regard. Post-i
1 master Lfnthlcum Is on the job. He!
stated this morning that he expects an'
! unusually heavy business this Christ
mas, but with the ample corps of;
clerks he has provided for the emer-:
gency, everything thing has been run
ning along finely eo far, and dozens |
and dozens of pouches filled with
Christ nil's gifts are being dispatched
with promptness.
Fortunately, Postmaster Linthicum
has beeti able to cope with the short-f
age of labor conditions that exist j
through the fact that several young
men, college students, have been em
ployed during their off time from col
legiate routine in clerical work at the
office.
•—(lay led (>••• Vali New—
WEEKLY PROCEEDINGS
CO. ORPHANS* COURT
Proeeefflngs of the Anne Arundel
County Orphans’ Court at the regular
weekly meeting today were as follows:
An inventory of the personal estate ]
! of the late Perry Dobson wae filed and
| passed
An inventory o i the real estate
of Richard Estep was filed and passed
The last will and testament of Wil
liam H. Coursey was filed and admit
ted to probate.
Taxpayers Meeting
The Taxpayers of Germantown
will hold a meeting, Wednesday
night, December 17, at 8 o’clock,
at WOHLGEMUTH’S STORE,
to take up the question of An
nexation. dl6
Site fHrttifittg &t}np
102 College Avenue.
CHRISTMAS SALE
December loth to 25th.
Hand-made and hand-decarated article*.
Work of women of Annapolis,
i order and repair work suspended uaUl
after Christmas. __ S
FIREWOOD
CHMSTNUT, PIN* AND OAK
KINDLING
Dlreut from farm
, r. T. K. HOITAT PHONK 184 M
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DISCUSS LEMON
NEEOEO FDR COUNTY
Looking forward to the coming ses
, siou of the General Assembly and
probable legislation affecting affairs
,of Anne Arundel County, as well as
modification or repeal of old statutes
now on tb* books. Major John deP.
! Douw, who is chairman of the Dem
i ocratie State Central Committee of
the county, has called a meeting of
j taxiayers of the county generally.
| at which discussion of all matters will
be invited.
The meeting will be held In the
i Court Rohm on December 29. provid
ing the use of that chamber can be
secured for that day. At any rate
the meeting Is to be held In the euy.
and the Court room is viewed as the
more suitable place for it. Taxpay
ers, as well as citizens generally,-will
manifest keen interest in the coming
meeting, it Is thought, and therefore,
the attendance should be large.
No definite outline has been made
, thus far as to needed legislation, nor
jof wiping out some of the old laws.
However, from a local standpoint, the
i city charter commission will have a
number of measures for presentation,
•it is expected, and there seems no
doubt that drafting of other measures
| will result from the meeting that has
j been called.
—Buy Ked (rou Seals Now—
Congregational Meeting
There will be an Important meeting
of the congregation of St. Anne's
' Parish in the church tomorrow even*
| ing at 8 o’clock. The object of the
1 meeting i* to decide upon the seating
! system of the church for the future.
Women as well as. men are urged to
come. Those formerly attached to St.
Anne’s Chapel congregation and those
who have had in the past no pew as
signments are especially asked. A
thorough representative meeting is de
sired.
The vestry will meet immediately
afterwards.
—Buy Bed Cross Heals Now—
Laid To Rost
The funeral of Mrs. Jane Daugherty,
whose death occurred on Saturday in
j Baltimore, took place this morning
from St. Mary’s Church, with Requiem
Mas*, the Rev. Father Thummel, cele
brant.
The pallbearers were: Messrs. Paul
and Lloyd Lewis, Daniel and William
H. Sanders, Rlcljard E. Higgins and'
Clinton L. Shaw.
Interment was made in St. Mary’s
cemetery. Funeral Director B. L.
Hopping in charge of arrangements.
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Dance!
|
Undet the auspices of Post No.
7, American Legion
i
...AT...
State Armory
Tuesday, Dec. 16
Music by Viktor and his
Six Jazz's.
ADMISSION :: 25 and 50c.
Wer Tax Extra.
Dancing from 8 to 11 P. M.
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Turkey Dinner
An' Everything
That goes with it
For 75 Cents
AT THE WOMAN’S CLUB
Annapolis Bank Building
Tu'esday, December 16, 1919
From 12 to 2.30 dls
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Special Christmas Candies^
French Mixture Per lb. 35c
Chocolate and Bon Bon Mixture P er lb- 45c
Mixed Drops ~ 40c; 2 lbs. for 75c
Fine All-Chocolate Mixture Per lb. 60c
Mixed Nuts Per lb. 40c
t We have fancy boxes, all sizes, from one pound to five pounds.
GIVE US A CALL.
We have the best and cheapest candies in town.
ALSO CANDY CANES from 5c up.
MANDRIS BROS.
! Phone 466-M 164 Main Street dl9
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THE MARYLAND GAZETTE:.
ANNAPOLIS, MI)., TUESDAY, DECEMBER U>, 1919. '
TONIGHTS PROGRAM •
AT ST. Mil'S HALL
f i Literary Circle To Give Pleasing
Christmas Musical And Lit
erary Entertainment
8 SOME OF PARTICIPANTS
s i
.
i i
A program that haß teen selected,
especially with the point of view of ]
Sts appropriateness to Christmas, will;
f be presented tonight at 8 o'clock in *
St. Mary's Hall by the Literary Circle
of the parish. Throughout the pro
-1 gram there will be musical selections
by an orchestra from the Naval Acad
emy land.
The initial number on tbe program
? will tea reading on "The Develop
-1 ment of the Christmas Story,” by
[ Harry S. Sturdy. Mr. Sturdy is in
! structor in the English Department at
] the Naval Academy, and his subject
matter promises to be very interest
’ ing.
A chorus, "Adeste Fidelis.” will be
sung, followed with a reading from I
Ben Hur of the Chapter, “Christ Is
Born,” by Miss Riordan. “Silent
| Night” will be sung as a chorus, and
“The Coming of the Prince" will be
1 read by Miss Agnes Quinn.
Miss Callaghan will read from the
' Birds’ Christmas Carol, and Miss Mary
Irwin will recite "The Night Before
Christmas." Miss McNasby will sing
a solo “O, Holy Night.” The dra
matization of Dickens' Christmas
Carol, will be presented by Jack and
> Robert Greensladc, William Coughlin,
! Albino Dimaggio and William Cieca
roni. A reading from the Christmas ‘
! Carol, by Mrs. Abram Moss and a se-!
’ lection by the orchestra from the Na- {
' val Academy band, will conclude the
’ program. .
•I —Buy Red froi Knit Now—
!! MAY CLOSE SOME ROADS
J IN EIGHTH DISTRICT
It is likely that one or more public
' roads m the Eighth District of the
county may be closed within the near
future. Action in this direction was
taken today at the weekly meeting of
• the Board of County Commissioners
1 when a commission was appointed to
I consider the matter and gave notice
1 ! along that lino. Appointed on the com-1
• mission are Wlilliam Wayson, Owens ]
1 Plummer and Robert Plummer. Their'
1 duties will be to consider the public'
I necessity of closing certain roads, in
P view of petitions that have been filed j
in the premises. The commission has
} been directed to meet at Drury’s store, j
* lin the Eighth District, at 2p.m. on
January 20 to hear all persons for or
I I against the proposed closing of the j
roads.
| Members of the Rescue
H ose Company
We will celebrate our fortieth an- j
nlversary on THURSDAY, DECEM- ]
BER 18th. Come and bring your wife,
or lady friend. Dancing and Supper
dl7 CHAIRMAN.
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A. W. SHARPE
Optician*
* 136 Main Street
ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND.
r For Sale
L. .
' Desirable double dwelling ou Hanover
street.
SOLD
Modern dwelling, all modern conveni
ences, on West street.
Modern dwelling desirably located on
1 Conduit street.
Two building lots at Camp Parole, de
| sirably located, $450 for both.
B. J! WIEGARD
PHONE 455-J. *1 SCHOOL STREET
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FOR FURMR ACTION |!
i ON WAR-TINE ’‘PRO” !
IN N. V. AND BSEYm
(By Tac Associated Press.)
Washington,'O. C., Dec. 10.—
Permission to in titute organized ]
I proceedings to have the national
; prohibition amendment declared
unconstitutional and New Jersey j 1
l „ . . ' ,1
jand Federal authorities enjoined j]
from enforcing it was asked of the
Supreme Court today by the Re- '
tail Liquor Dealers’ Association f
of New Jersey. • n
| REPEALER BILL COMES
OUT UNFAVORABLY \
(By Tito Associated Press.)
Washington, D. C., Dec. 10. — \
‘An unfavorable report on the bill i
to repeal the war-time prohibiton 1
£
law was ordered today by thej,
House Agricultural Committee ’ t
by a vote of 1(5 to 3.
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Liquor Stolen From Capitol t
(Hy the Associated Press) j
Charleston, W. Va., Dec. 16. (
Seven hundred pints of whiskey j
was stolen last night from the'i
West Virginia Capitol here. The *
whiskey, confiscated by the State j t
Prohibition Department, wasji
| stored in lockers in the State 1
. . £
House until legal disposition ,
! could be made of it.
—Buy Red (rosy Seal* Now — 1
LEGISLATIVE JOB' ii
HUNTERS SOON TO j!
; i
BE ON THE ALERT |
Now for the jobs in the legislative
halls to be distributed among the
; "faithful.” j i
Major John deP. I)ouw, Samuel P. j <
I Chew, and Frank S. Hevell, constitut- j I
t lng the membership of the Democratic j ]
State Central Committee for Anne! <
Arundel county, held an informal con- j 1
ference at the Court House here today, i
in course of which the question of the i
| distribution of party patronage at the
coming session of the Legislature, as
i far as this .county is concerned, was
! discussed. It was the sense of the
i conference that the matter be taken
' up with the county's representation in
j the Senate and House of Delegates.
—Buy Red Cross Seals Now—
BUT FEW ATTENDED
COMMUNITY REHEARSAL
The community rehearsal held last
night in the public school building?
was poorly attended, and not by any
means up to the standard.
That there Is a seeming lack of In
terest on the part of those-, who will
sing the Christmas carols around the
tree on Christmas Eve if
| regretted by the leader, Choirmaster
1 Webster, who is giving his time to
: these rehearsals.
The next community "sing" re
! hearsal will be held at the same place
ion Thursday evening, when it is hoped
| there will be a large turnout and in
creased interest.
—Boy Red Crons KU Now—
MAN AND WOMAN DRANK
WRONG “STUFF”; DEAD
rtlr ‘Se Ir * —-•>
j Easton, Dec. 15—Betty White
and Robert A. Labor last night drankj
j a liquid, which they supposed was j
whiskey, at a party at Mrs. White's i
• i house. Both died today. The authori
ties said that they were poisoned by
the home-brewed Hqttor, they
both partetok. v * \
—Buy Red Cro Seal# Now—
WILSON SPENDS OVER
HOUR IN COLD
(By The Associated Prewi.V
Washington, Dec, 16—President Wil
son spent more than an hour on the
; south portico of the White House to
day, despite the extremely cold
weather. Rear-Admiral Grayson, the
\ President's private physician, said Mr.
Wilson desired to take automobile
rides, but that he had not approved,
for fear tho President -might take cold.
—Buy Bod Cr#M Seels Now—
The only time a man should be con
tent to take things as they come is
when things are coming his way.
SMASH WINDOW, AND
STEAL S REVOLVERS
Miscreants Throw Brick At Plate
Glass Window Of Louis
Stern, Pawnbroker
REPORT MADE TO POLICE
Sometime after one o’clock this
morning some one threw a brick at the
plate glass window of Louis Stern,
Market Space, breaking the glass and
extracting from the window six re
volvers and other articles.
Mr. Stern, who keeps a pawn broker
shop, did not leave his store until late
last night, and fortunately, as is his
custom, locked the jewelry and other
valuables in his safe before taking his
departure for his home, which is at
Eastport.
In the window, besides the revolvers
which were stolen, were several boxes
of cartridges, two of which were taken,
together with a number of razors. The
miscreant, who broke the window, left
the brick with 'which the glass was
smashed, resting on one of the cart
ridge boxes in the window, as a re
minder. probably, of the Instrument
that had done the damage.
Next to the Stern store Is the meat
store of the Greenwald Company, and
the manager has hls living apartments
above the store. Employes of the
Greenwald Company were in the meat
store adjoining Stern’s until 11.30 last j
night, and the manager himself says
he did not retire until 1 a. m., so that j
he could not have failed to hear the
noise of broken glass had the robbery
been committed up to that hour. He
heard nothing, and the perpetrators of
the vandalism and robbery left no clue, j
save the brick which smashed the
window.
The matter was reported to the An
napolis police and also to the Balti
more police. Mr. Stern, who has him
self assisted in matters pertaining to
robberies about town, is hoping that
the arrest and conviction of the party
who broke his large plate glasH win
dow and robbed It last night of six
revolvers, several razors, and two
large boxes of cartridges, as well as
other things not yet itemized, may be
made.
—Buy Rod Cross Souls Now—
Sermon To I’onng Colored People
The Rev. P. J. Jordan will preach a
special sermon for all the young
colored people in Annapolis tonight at
8 p. m., in Mount Moriah Church,
Franklin street. It is hoped many
colored people will accept this invita
tion. Class No. 6 will take the front
seats. Rev. J. A. Briscoe is pastor of
this church.
Candy for Christmas
Huylers
Chocolates and Bon Bons 51.50 per lb.
Assorted Chocolates In Ito 5 lb. Boxes at 51.25 lb. Straight.*
Special Chocolate Almonds, 69c. lb.”
ALSO OTHF.R ASSORTMENTS Vna,
Green V Drug Store, Main St.
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FAIR
Fair tonight and Wednes
day; not much change in
temperature.
TH* BVKNING CAPITAL—ESTABLISHED ISM.
PRICE ONE CENT
VISITING NURSE
OF PUBLIC HEALTH
SUBMIT? REPORT
Miss Sara V. Sutherland Has
Made 413 Nursing Visits Dur
ing Month Of November; Ob
tained Doctors For 46 Patients
Two Classes In Home Nursing
GOOD WORK BEING
ACCOMPLISHED HERE
That the Public Health Nurse for
Annapolis and Anne Arundel county.
Miss Sara V. Sutherland, whose work
here is directed by and undor the su
pervision of the Red Cross, with which
the Annapolis Association is affiliated,
is shown by the following summarr
for November, today submitted by the
Visiting Nurse:
Nursing visits, 413; S. S. visits, 12.
total, 425; sent to dispensary, 39; sen'
to hospital, 2; number of new patients,
11; number of discharged patients, ,
number of visits to Child Welf.ir >
Clinic, 71; number of school children
examined. 115; follow up visits to
school cases, 61; home visits tw clinic
children. 27; clothing given to 10;
doctors obtained for 46; home nurslr.':
! classes given, 2; new admissions to V
j D. clinic, 5; number of cases treated
(disease), 22; number of patients
1 treated (disease). 22; number of trout
ments given, 22; doses of arßpheno
! mine administered, 8; patients left
clinic without permission, 2; turned
over to Federal Law Enforcement
Bureau. 2; home visits to V. D. pa
tients, 18; dressings at home V. D. pa
-1 tients, 6; Wasserinan tests taken. 5:
{microscopic examination. 1; medicine
given to 4; medicine obtained for 13;
tubercular examination for 4; visit* to
National Red Cross Headquarters.
Washington, 1; carfare, 12.15; phone.
5 centa.
—Buy Rfd Crow Hwli Now—
Marriage Licenses
TTALL-WELLS —Amos L. Hall. 52,
widower; Eva. C. W r ells, 55, widow,
both of Dears, Md. Applicant, Roland
L. Hall.
HOWARD - W'ATHERS—Winfield R
Howard, 21; Matilda C. Wathers, 16.
both of ’ Gambrills, Anne Arundel
county. Applicant, Charles G. Hill.
SALADS
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