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s*tjptting (Capital
Established lAM.
AND MAHYLASD GAZETTE
Established mi.
ANNAPOLIS, MD.
Published Dally Except Sunday by
THE CAPITAL PUBLISHING COMPANY
THE EVENING CAPITAL
Is on sale at the following places:
George VV. Jones 31*4 Main St.
William S. hulrze 3) West St.
Geo. J. Mavis 71 Maryland A.
Chan. G. l'cldioeyer VI Maryland AVfs.
Martin Kausvb. ..Cur. Randall & King G*f-.
WHilam Maker West anil Cathedral
I delivered in Annapolis, East port, del
mantown and West Annapolis by carrier
for ltd cents, per month.
Yon can have the EVENING CAPITAL
mu 11(1 u> you when hm.ii from the city
by leaving your name und address at the
office, for '' "si cents per month; $3..Vi por
year, payable In advance, to any l’ostotflce
in I nlieil States or Canada.
Entered nt Annapolis PostofHce as
Second Class Matter.
'■ '
Member of The Associated Press
The Associated Press Is exclu
sively entitled to the use for re
pubUcntiou of nil news credited to
it or not otherwise credited 111 Ibis
paper mid also tin- local news pub
lished herein. All lights of re
pulillemlon of special dispatches
herein me also reserved.
TUESDAY. DhX’KMBRK 16, IHI9.
JOHN BAKLFYt’OKVS LIST FIGHT
Th<* Ran is not to he lifted \<n
Christmas. The holders <>t
who .want a market to
dispose of it before constitutional
prohibition into effect lost
their chance of profiteering yes
terday when the United States
Supreme C ourt hy a unanimous
decision held the war-time “dry”
measure valid.
Hard liquor has gone in the
United States, before many days
we will know about “.‘.a per cent,
beer. .Even if im manufacture
and sale are allowed, however,
2.15 is a mighty poor substitute
for the real thing.
KiIINSIATK NOW!
Under a special ruling issued
Terentiy by tin* bureau of War
Kisk I n urance, W ashington. I).
C ~ all former soldiers, sailors and
mamies. whose (iovernment in
surance has lapsed or been can
celed may have until December
aI, .1!M!>, within which to rein
state their insurance by paying
only two months’ premiums on*
the amount of insurance they
wish to reinstate.
Ihe only other condition im
posed is that the insured shall
now he in as good health as he
was when discharged from the
service, or as he was when the
. .... *
grace period ot his insurance ex-]
pired (whichever is the later]
date), and shall so state in his ap-]
plication. I
Immediate advantage of this]
liberal provision should be taken*
by those inti Tested. In the mat-j
ter of securing life insurance pro-;
tection, lie w ho acts quickly actsj
wisely. \o time as good as now.!
Make tlu* check or money or
der payable to the Treasurer of!
the United States and mail it.
with your application for rein-1
statement, to Premium Receipt|
Section, bureau of W ar Risk In-j
Miranee, Washington, I>. U.
—:— I
Fit AN KI.IN AND THU IF ARIF’S
< KITH S
Ren-air.in Franklin achieved]
immorality as patriot, statesman]
and philosopher. 11 is judgment!
was ripened hy experiences that;
fall to the lot of few men. Poor!
and humble, he rose from - ob
scurity to the office of postmaster
general of the British North;
American Colonies: became a
delegate to the C ontinental Con-j
g’ess; a signer of the Declaration;
ot Independence; Minister to
Trance, and finally one of the*
framers of the Federal Constitu-i
tion.
The Constitution as drafted by!
the convention was not w holly I
to his liking. He shared the views
of other great Fathers—among
them Jefferson —that it failed to
*
meet all the aspirations and ideals
which were voiced by the chief
liberals of his day. But he re
garded it as a foundation upon:
which to erect a governmental
structure that ultimately —by
amendments and additions
should meet all the needs and]
THE EVENING CAPITAL AND MARYLAND GAZETTE, ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, lUI9.
hopes of democracy. His wisdom
• was vindicated by the sequel.
The Constitution was amended
! as he would have wi-hed it to l>e!
I —though he did not live to see
this fulfillment of his desires and
predictions.
Without the beginning which
the first draft represented there
would have been no Constitution,
and, in all likelihood, no Federal
Union of the States such as we
now possess and would not sub
stitute fur any other arrangement
the world lias yet known. There
[could have l>een no amendments
!to bring the Constitution to its
j present perfection but for the im
perfect plan which Franklin, with
! others, deprecated hut accepted
as the groundwork of a larger
.and better fabric.
W hat Franklin said of himself
and others as critics of the Fed
eral Constitution has a peculiar
, application to those w ho are now
imposing the League of Nations.
| in his speech to the Constitution
!al Convention, Franklin said:
“1 confess that I do not entire
-Ily aprovc of this
I j but 1 am not sure that 1 shall!
I I never approve it. I have expen- ]
enced many instances of being)
j obliged by better information or i
; fuller consideration to change j
, opinions even on important sub-'
jects which 1 once thought right;
but found to be otherwise. In;
these sentiments I agree to this]
'Constitution, with all its faults.
lif they are such. 1 doubt, too,!
whether any other convention we
can obtain may he able to makt
a better Constitution. The opin
ions 1 have had of its errors 1 sac
rifice to the public good. I can
not help expressing the wish that
every member of this convention
who may have objections to ii
would with me on this occasion
doubt a little of his own infalli
bility and, to make manifest our
unanimity, put his name to this I
instrument.”
>1 HOSPITAL DONATIONS
for November)
The following donations are ac
knowledged during the month of No
vember: /
H. C. Carr, Waterbury, Anne Arun
del county, Maryland, 2 quarts lima
beans; a friend, 1 pound coffee. 2
pounds suga**; a friend. 1 pound tea;
'Mrs George Elliott, Washington, D. C.,
| $l.00: Mrs. Campbell, f> pounds sugar;
I .Mrs. Walter Clark. 153 Prince George
1 street, basket of frutt and 3 cakes;
* from the Ship’s Inn, 1 large basket of
1 : yellow chrysanthemums; Thomas S. ■
Dove. 3 baskets turnips; Mr. Scible, 1
basket potatoes; Mrs. Max Haneke, 1
basket potatoes; Miss Louise Raush, 1
Uake; Mrs. Scible, 2 pounds sugar;
I Thomas S. Dove, 3 baskets white pota
toes; Mrs Joseph Collinson. West
, River. 1 pint pickles. 1 quart straw j
berries. 1 quart soup mixture, 1 quart
i apple sauce, 2 quarts jelly. 1 quirt
peas. I quart peaches, 2 pounds dried
! apples; Mrs. Louise Rausch. 1 layer!
| cake; Mrs W. H. Booth, $5.00; Miss
Virginia Mullan, 2 bed pans: Miss
Mollie Miligan. men's underwear; Miss
! Adele Randall, for sick child (Nursery
‘books and Teddy Bear!: Miss Nannie
j Stookett. 6 library books fort Sun Par
j loro Library); a friend, 2 pounds]
, sugar; Mrs. Andrew Lewis. 2 quarts
I string beans. 1 quart peaches. 2 quarts
(tomatoes. 1 quart chow chow; Mrs.
; W H. Booth. 1 pair operating scissors;
Mrs. J. P. Wohlgemuth, 1 quart cher
■ ries. 1 quart peas, 1 pint preserves. 2
packages puffed wheat. 2 packages
j corn flakes, 3 packages pancake flour.
■2 packages spaghetti. 1 large paper
bag of oatmeal; T. S. Corner brought
jto the hospital from St. Margaret's
Church 1 basket apples. 1 basket white
potatoes. 1 basket sweet potatoes, 2
quarts cherries; W. B. Smith. 1 basket
white potatoes; Mrs. C. Hambrock
(nee Green). SI.OO. 1 basket white,
potatoes, 1 pint canned tomatoes. 1 '
glass grape jelly. 1 glass blackberry
i jelly. 1 pine early June peas, 2 cans
vegetable soup. 1 can salmon; a friend.
2 pounds sugar; from St Aune’s
I Church, 1 basket turnips. 2 large
pumpkins; Mrs. Theodore G. Ellyson. i
2 gray blankets; Mrs. W. J Contee. 1 j
quart jar blackberries. 1 quart jar to-1
matoes. 2 pint jars of apples. 1 pint ;
peaches. 1 dozen fresh eggs; Mrs. L. >
] Dorsey Gassawav, 1 basket white pota- (I
toes; Mrs. Lena Gessner, $100; Mrs (I
Hamilton Gale. 1 pound Oolong tea: I
Mrs. George W. Evans, 1 box corn (I
flakes. 1 box puffed rice. 2 cans toma- I
toes, 1 can corn; Mrs Sally C. Murray |
Niew A'ork City. 1 convalescent robe, 1 ||
sturgeon operating gown. 1 operating!!
ihask, 1 pair operating leggings, ] :
operating cap. 1 hot water bottle j
cover; Naval Academy Chapel, SIOO.OO j
St Margaret's Parish. $12.00: Unior j
Thanksgiving service at First Method j
ist Episcopal Church. $51.55; Mt
Moriah Methodist Episcopal (Rev ]
Briscoe). $6.37; St. Philip’s Churct I
(colored), $4.25; Charles Lee, $22.00; I
Mrs. B. Colison. South River. 1 quart!
peaches. 3 quarts apples. 3 quarts pre- ;
serves, 3 quarts blackberries. 1 quart!
cherries. 1 pint preserves. 1 basket j
white potatoes; Mrs. Frank Geracl, E j
i pounds sugar.
—lluj Ki-il (ro** seal* Now —
Fined For I re*>|assinc
Wallace Larkins. colored. was
brought h'-fore Magistrate Welch this
morning on a charge of trespassing]
preferred by a watchman of the An
napolis Short Line, who claimed that
Larkins had teen prowling around
some of the Company’s cars without
authority. Th- arrest was made by
Police Officer Jackson. A line of $3.75,
which included costs, was imposed
lor disorderly conduct.
—Buy liril (>•*• SeUs Now—
J LL-JJ ILJ-l-r-JB- -ITS
to
American Toys
THf pennies sprm on ftrrfe rovs
For Untie Sam's own girb and Bovs
In rum. o# course. go Back Again
To out own loyal working men
American tH Workman's Hard
American ‘twas BuHr and Panned ,
American m Spmt too
Amelia's Toy Git* to YOU.
rnJ+Zi cyh It "W
Buy Toys Made in USA
For Sale hy
Globe Furniture Co.
8-10 West Street
AN ORDINANCE
To ainetid .Article XXXI of the Revised
Cu te of the City of Allliil|xilln, title. "I’o
-11. i* I ic|mrtment" hy milling thereto three
additional sections to follow Section 17 Mini
to lie known am! numbered Sections is. lit
m l ‘Jo. respectively.
Section 1. He it established and ordained
liv the Mayor. Counselor and Aldori.icn of
the City of Annapolis, that Article XXXI
of the Kevised Code of the City of Anna
noils be and the same is hereby amended
hy adding therto three additional sections
to come in after Section 17 and to lie
known and numbered as Sections I*. l'l and
JO. respectively, and to read as follows:
Section is. Ur it established and or
dallied bv the Mayor. Counselor and Aider
men of the City of Anliatiolis that on and
j after the • ass ige of this Ordinance it shall !
I he unlawful for any person or corporatinti
I to place or permit or allow any waste !
■ empty paper biivi's. wooden boxes. ’
! barrels, or any other inflammable material
;to accumulate within ifci.v cellar, yard,
| premises, or within any’apace near any
I building situate within the corporate
limits of the City of Annapolis, and all,
, sin li accumulation or waste paper, empty
! paper boxes, woollen boxes, barrels, and
'ail other such inflammable material not
1 kept for kindling wood, and firewood shall
be -removed from said cellar, yard preiul
scs. and space around sm-h building hy
said person or corporation within ten
hours from the time of notification thereof
to do so. by the pulley of said city, served
upon such person or corporation.
Sectiotl IP. And be it established and or
dained by the Mayor. Counselor anil Aider
men of the City of Annapolis that the i
Chief of Police, or any policeman of said j
city, be and he is hereby anthori/.ed, cm- |
powered, ordered, and directed to vis l !
Icily the cellars, yards and premises of
eai h and every person or corporation with
j in the corporate limits of the City of Atitia
: poll* for the purpose of im-peoMng the I
- seme, and if there be any accumulation of
waste paper, empty paper boxes, wooden
! boxes, barrels, or any other iutlammalde
1 material, not kept for kindling or firewood
accumulated in said cellar, yards and
premises, lie shall Immediate!\ notify the
j owner, tenants, or o -cupanf of said bill'd,
ing and premises to remove the same with
in the time speeitieil in Sc-tion 1* of this
Article to sons*' place of safety.
Section JO. And be it established and or
, daitled by the Mayor. Counselor and Aide.'
men of the City <>f Annapolis that any per
. stui or corporation interfering with, or who
-attempts to prevent said police from per
forming his duties under tin* provisions of
Section IS and IP of this Article, or vioint- j
ing any of the other provisions of said
: sections shall lie deemed guilty of a mis
demeanor. and upon conviction thereof be
fore any Justice of the I’eace having juris
diction shall pay a line of not less titan
Kotin nor more than S2O. on for each and
every offense, to in* cofiected as other titles '
at’d petal Mien now are.
Section j. And lie it further eat tb'.'shcd
: and ordained by the authority aforesaid.
! 'hat this Ordinance shall take effect from
the date of its passage.
, Approved December 13th. V IP.
JOHN J. LKVY.
Attest: Mavor.
FHANK K. SMITH,
City Clerk.
:< * '' 1 'll-: m
WE OFFER
25,000 Shares of the 7 Per Cent. Cumu
lative Preferred Stock
-OF.-
[The Standard Advertising Co.
BALTIMORE, MARYLAND
Giving y 2 A SHARE OF COMMON STOCK with every
I 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. Non Assessable.
Registrars
THE EQUITABLE TRUST COMPANY
For full particulars, see or writer 1
E. ALLEN MARTIN
102 College Avenue Annapolis, Md.
Phone 400. P. O. 80*—529. . d 24 i "
a.. ™ t
\
AN ORDINANCE
| To amend Article XXV of the Revised j
I 1 Code of the City of Anuapoiis. title. "Li-]
reuse*" by adding thereto an aditioiia! s.
tion to follow Section J! and to be known
aad numbered Section Jo
Section 1. 1!<- it established nod ordained
■by tie Mayor. Counselor aml A Mermen of
1 the City of \till*poll*, that Artii h X\V of
the emitted Code of the O.ty of Annapolis
be and the same is hereby amended by add- t
; ing I hereto an additional sei tion f*> follow j
Se-tion J 4 aml to 1., known and : >itube: ct !
j as Stt-i-tiosi Jo and to read as follows
Seo*ion jo. Kvery linn poison, or body ,
corporate, whether principal or agent not j
: engaged in a perms tuCit business within'
| the corporate !i .its of the City of Amin
polls, vie* shall, within the corporate,
f limits of the City of Annapolis, operate or:
engage iu the occupation of selling or ol j
ferlrg for sale, either bv sample or o'lu r
wise, any good*, wares. ov mereh ndise of
any kind whatsoever, or s.dioi:*i'g orders j
fc. the same, shall tie recoin-I t• obtain a
■Vo ens. from the City c,kfrl Ml i J ij there*
for the sum of on*' hundred dollars, per (
; annum - provide*), however, that this Ordi
jUaUre shall not apply i*. thy sale of goods
to, or the soliciting of orders for tin- same
from ;ti.y person, firm or corporation their
i agents **r employees, engaged in a pcrmtiii
,i-n' basilic** wit Id nt! ■ < orporate ljini , s of
' *he City ■*! Annapolis: ttnr shall tlie nro
vislic s *if This Ttrdlname apply to t!o* sale,
•tf milk, v-getahles. butter, eggs, poultry,
; fruit, or isinu* rv j.r**dttce, by persons
r.i'si’ig or pro.iu* ing- tln- -,<nic.
Vuy person. *inu or corporation ' d-.t'ng
any of the provisioi's of ttiis tndi'iiitna'
tit"*li 'onviction fhereof liefon any .lusti -**
<f the I’eaee having jurisdiction shad lie
: subject to a lice of mu !. ss than .v*i*i nor)
wore than sjnim. to r* o\. -d .* other;
j tines and (iciuiities now ire.
1 Section J. Atm I*.- it illl tlier establlslied j
cd oiati’iftiml by the alltlioritj -*t..r* s ; ,i.|
I that this ordinance shaV take effect from I
i date of ii* passage.
Appro v'd 1 *e< * tuber 13th. I'd!*
JOHN .1. I,K\ V.
*.C ST : Mavor.
i l itANK R. SMITH.
City Clerk. i
'-S< al.i' did :f
MRS. OLIVIA WILLIAM’S
BKK.It r LIGHT lIMK I’AKLOK
OI'KN K\ KKV BAY
Make your daps for night work. Open
Monday. Thursday, 1 riduy and Saturday
slights for working girls.
I ndcr Madam C. 4. Walker's System.
IS COHN HI 1,1. STKKET iIJS
KYLE A7FHIPPS
Heaters. Ranges anti Furnaces
Hoofs Kepalrril And
I’uintril
\II Job Work Promptly Attended To
OFFICK AMI bHOI*:
lit UFA N STKKKT
j n2O-tf. I
I
Nature Says:
Boy at oner; pay a little cte(wn anil
buhtiiee weekly nr u diseoti.it for
I eusb. You may not be able to buy
a bicycle later on account of higher
prices unii scarcity.
.Special Price* #12.1*0 And Fp.
A. H. WILSON
31 WEST ST. FHONE 431-. I
■l2l
1 E. O. LEAGUE
ROOFING and SPOUTING:
i Sheet Iron, Slate, Stove, Furnace
>Vork anil Repairing.
Phone 731-W. ii
#
John C. Boessel & Co.
Expert Watch Repairing
- A Specialty
1 MARYLAND AYE.
Formerly with Firm of M. Boessel
*
“Ye Ferry Inn” j
- ■
Be sure and visit the “INN”
at Claiborne, situated beside the
Ferry Pier. Special attention to
antomobUe and picnic parties.
Everybody welcome.
i? 1
| CLASSIFIED ADS.
i LOST AND FOCMD. WiSTID,
I FOR SALS iKU FOR RKMT
1 __H
;. _ s
j All classified adyertleementa ot to
words or le*a. first lneertion, wc.
, ! Subsequent insertions. on* cent
, j a word. Over 25*words two cents a 1
J word first Insertion :: J
j*
j HO.NET TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN —Money to loan on
mottgagi*. Apply to Winson G Gott.
Anuapol's. Mil. }yl9-tf
——
MONEY TO LOAN—On mortgage ! some
to suit tm reasonable terms. ’’artlnl
I'l.vmeut allowed. James M. Munroe At
torney. if
LOST
l.("*T—At Whittingtons sale. Saturday, a
green • oli bag. IS ward K returned t<
lAaniel It. U.iudull. Hart Kulldlnff. did
l.osT—Hark blue iqdin band bag. con
i *. .<'itip m, an. Kinder j ilea ho return
t . W. 11 Thomas A Co.. Main str.-ct. did
WANTED
IVANTEI) —oyster shll-kers. Apply t’.
i ! ii-n.ci s osMer tioUse. dpi
W \M Eli—Woman to >-ook and do general
housework. Apply 170 Gloucester stred
dvtf
W INTKI) —On <>r before December Ist. V
or .'! rootns. or an apartment for light
housekeeping. Address ‘ll. C. I.’ Even
ing Capita! Office.
M WTi It Two maids. 190 Hanover
! street. dls
\ INTEli—Furnished apardueut or liotisi
ot in eor six rooms. Tims' adults Ad
dress Commanding Officer. Kagle No. Ok
Annapolis. Md. dl.
H WTl.li—Two or three rooms tor light
housekeeping; prep lily near Neva!
A'-.ldeaiv. Address No. LSio. Capita! Offi e.
.lit;
FOB SALE
j I UK SALK—Fresh cows with calves: also
buys iows and calv.s Apply N. Medln.
s Jeflerson street; also pays highest
pri.-e Tor poultry. Tel. 556-M. js
KOK SlLK—one Metz Koa.later, in good
condition. Will sell cheap to quick
buyer. Apply s - Sixth street, Kastport.
or phone 756 M. d. 117
I'OK SALK—Four very handsome Ancona
• ockerels. Apply -J3 Puke of Gloucester
street. pity. >l7
KR *. %LK—Hoys’ s4.’ bl y< le, lx -■
make, just uncrated, found too large, uii:
•ell for fstP.Oil ensh. Snitaidc for boy s t.•
15 years of age. Address ‘ I*. \." Capl
tai office. <ll7
Titll SALK —A very desirable dwelling;
i,!t modern ennveidon.es: J1 (Homester
street. Apply ik'i Maryland avenue.
dl.Vlf
F 0 H sAI. E
The property of the late Pr. George
Wells on Charles street, as a whole con
sisting of it colonial brick dwelling and
large spacious grounds, or will sell the
dwelling with a large lot.
New and modern sevenrroom bungalow,
with bath, furnace, gas and electric liglit
cd. Location West street extended. I‘rice
j $5,500. Terms. Lot 50 X ‘_*oo feet.
Six room Iningal.iw at West Annapolis,
with bath, furnace, electric lights, water
and sewerage system. Lot 100 x 150 feet.
Price $5,500.
Desirable building lots on Thompson
street: 10, 50 or fid-foot frontage. Price
j $25.00 per front foot.
I Several lots on Southgate avenue.
I,of and dwelling at -117 West street.
Price $2.h00.
Lot mid dwelling at 111* West street.
I Pr.ee $2,250.
The Waggaman house tit 212 Puke of
j Gloucester street. Price $12,500.
( II A S. F. I. E F
TKI.. fidlt nl7 tf
FOB RENT
KOK KENT-Third floor room, with smith
j ern exposure, tiot water lieat. electric
ligiit. ne v t to bath; to gentleman only,
j Apply between I! and 6p. in., I '.!* Charles
street. dP
KOK RENT —Small apartment; good 10.-a
• ion. Address ’11..!.." Capital Office d2<t
I'OK KENT—Desirable furnished room; all
conveniences. Address No. 262, livening
Capital. dft-tf
FOR RENT—Store on W’est Street with es
tablished and profitable grocery business.
Chus. K. Lee. Tel. 003.
I’OK RENT—27S-acre stock and grain
farm on Chesapeake Pay, near Churcli
[ ton. Anne Arundel eounty. Applicant
must have stock and equipment. Eugene
i P. Childs. 524-tf
PROPOSALS
'*!iii , ’de and prices on 1,000 feet of fire \
j hose for the City of Annapolis are hereby I
i invited by the undersigned, to he received !
j mid opened at X p. ill.. December 50, 101 b. I
The committee reserves the right to reject
any and all bids.
•It ill N .1 I.MVV (Chairman!
| ’ll t f Lire Ifep't. Committee. 1
proposais
liids will he re<s-IYed by the City Com
missioner until 12 o'clock, noon. December
•1 l'.'t'.i. for laying K inch T. C. sewer on
Moniiinent and Shipwright Streets. Con- ]
strncting mauholes. Contractor shall i
make Ids own measurements and give a !
orlce mi the work as a who’.-, a unit price
for ■ ~ !i siwer eomplete. Tlie right is re- 1
-ei-ved to rejel t ii r v or li hhls.
I'or fur'l.ei' i aforsnutioa and specifica
tions a ppl v to
W. Tt V ANSA NT.
—1 City Commissioner.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
Anna V. Carew
v.
Samuel A. Carew
in the Circuit Court for Anne Arundel
County. No. .">2l Divorces.
The object of this suit is to t}r<>, ■,,
decree of divorce, a vinculo matrimonii, by
-U" -ST. %’••• V I'srew. from the de
fendant. Samuel A. Carew.
The- Will states that the idaintitT. Anna 1
M. fibfew, was married to tlie defendant,
S'C trel A. CaM*w. on the l.’tth day of No
vember. in the year P.lO. That the said
feudtiat. Sativoel Af Csrew w-ith-.ut
iim #- oj. <anse or provre ntJon, abandon
ed the plaintiff. Anna M. Carew. more than
• inesjsi-ar* ago. and that the abandonment
! s 'ifval and deliberate, and without any
re: sonalde expectation of reconciliation.
That the defendant now lives in Washing- 1
■ > P. C. and is a non-resident of the t
<tate of Maryland. That the plaintiff
Anna M. Carew. has made her home with
her brother. John C. Swann, who lives at '
E-sp or. (tiro Arnndel cot;-'*v. Mc-vlmd j
and that she has been a resident of Anne
Arundel county for two years.
it is thereupon this th dav of Pecember i.
! u the year lsilb. ordered by the Circnit 1
onrt f.r Anne Arundel county, sitting in !
equity, that the plaintiff by causing a copy
>f this order to be inserted in some rews
oaper published in Anne Arundel county, I
cu-e Jn ea-'h of four successive weeks be- 1
fore The Mh day of January, lfrgo. giving!
sotlce to the said defendant. Samuel A.
. arew. of the object and substance of this
Bdi. warning him to appear in this Court
either in person or by solicitor on or lie- :
fore the 24th day of Jasnary. 192 U. to show
•ause. If any, why a decree ought not to be ;
passed as proved.
WM. X. WOOPWAKD, Clerk. !
True Copy. Test:
WM. N. WOODWARD, Clerk, I
AN ORDINANCE
To amend Article XXXVIII of the Le-
Vised Code of the City of Annapolis title
"Streets ' by adding thereto aNi additional
section to follow Section 16. and to he
known and numbered as Seetion lb A.
Section 1. lie It established and ordained
by the Mayor. Counselor and Aldermen oj
the Citv ><f Annapolis that Article XXXA 111
of the Revised Code of the (Mty of Anna
polis be and the same is hereby amended
by adding thereto an additional seetion to
follow Section 16 and to be known and
numbered as Section Id A, and to read as
follows :
Se< tioii ld-A. No person or terson* in
charge of or driving any teams r team,
i wagon, cart or any other lieast drawn ve
hicle of wlia t soever description, or any
; automobile, truck. <r motor vehicle of
whatsoever des>riptioti. shall stand or
f park any beast drawn or motor driven ve
hicle of whatsoever description on the
northeast side of Main or Church Street,
in the City of Annapolis, between Church
Circle and' Francis Seroct on said Main or
Cburvh Street, in said City of Annapolis,
between tlie hours of 7 I*. M. and 11 r. M
Every such person or imtsous so offending
shall he liable to a tine of five dollars for
each offense, to be recovered as other lines
and penalties now are.
Section ’2. And be it further established
and ordained by the authority aforesaid
that this ordinance shall take effect live
| <i:ivs after the date of its passage
Approved November 15th, I**lo.
Attest :
FRANK lb SMITH.
City Clerk.
JOHN J. LEVY.
(Seal ) Mayor.
nil tf
PROPOSALS
Lids will be IV rind by the City Com
! mission,-r until 12 o . lock. noon. Wedin s
! day. December 1. L. l'.i f-*r removing hl
• Dm,inns cmi. ret> from I ranktln Street, he
| tweeu Church Circle and Cathedral Street.
: Concrete to lie piled oil Shaw Street as
'directed. Contractor shall make Ids own
I uiPiisntemci:! mid gi\e price on the work
i is a whole. Payment to tic made o.i com
j '■], tlhh t the wor k satisfactory, to Jhe
j Committee on Streets Tin' right is re
! served t‘> rejeet any ami all bids.
W. H. V A VS AN T.
: 11 Citv (’ommissiom r.
1 -
ESTABLISHED 1574
The Annapolis Savings Institution
WEST STREET
Total Assets. . . . SDOO,(MKI.OO
Number of Depositors, . . 4,704
Pays 4 per cent interest on Deposits Payable January Ist and .if
Ist. Compound interest paid on deposits not withdrawn Bjj|
Depository of City and County Sinking Funds Depository or I nid
Funds.
All Its investments and entire Management subject to annual exam
ination by Stale Bank Examiners. ,x
j ! Loans ritoney on first mortgage of Ileal Estate on easy terms Fir
tial payments allowed. Also on note wiib approved collac-r^l
! I FRANK H. STOCKETT, . . President
WM. N. WOODWARD, . . Vice-President H
B. ALLEIN WELCH Cashier
SAMUEL BROOKE. . Assistant Cashier
JAMES M. MUNROE Solicitor
Banking Hours: 9A.M.to 3P. >l. Saturday: 9A. AT. to 12 f I
| THOMAS F. STEVENS
j CONTRACTOR uml UCILDEU
Plans and Kstlinalrs Liven Promptly
Job Work A Npcialty

Host Annupolln IMiour 813-J
FIRE INSURANCE
REAL ESTATE
ri'KNINHKO HOI'HM FOR KENT
NOTARY I*l HI.IC
ARTHUR B. WHEATLEY
No. 17 School Street
CHARLES M. CARLSON
1B U LOI'tKSTKK ST.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
PHONE 87
fcstlmatea and Plana Furnished
! W. B. CHILDS
Electrical Contractor
Office and Shep—l 79 Conduit Street
Phone 7SO
GEO. W. JONES
Circulating Library
The following books have been added to
the Library :
“The Dwelling Place of Light,*’ by Win
ston Churchill.
“The Inevitable Balance Sheet,” by Ka
rina Trash.
“A Circuit Rlder’a Wife." by Cora Har
rla.
“Kenny," by Leonora Dalrymple.
1 ODr0 Dr “ lf * Germany,” by J.
“Where Your Treasurer la,” by Holinan
I Day.
“The Clue Id The Air,” by Isabel Os
tra tuler.
TERMS:—New Hooke, t* pee day,
1 Old Books, lc. per day.
a" —sags
r === 'I
The Bank That Brought 4%. To Annapolis”
The Annapolis Bank I
OF THE EASTEBN HUOKK TKUBT CO.
Church Circle and Gloucester Street
tJ - . f|l||
Banking Hour* : 9A.M.t03 P. M. Daily |
| 4 Per Cent Paid on Savings Accounts
Two Per Cent on Checking Accounts I
of SSOO and Over
BB
W. MEADE IIOLI.AIIAY rrldrnl 'I
SS, M o. ‘SSSS?:::::::::::: ix? 11
Director* >
F **•. W. Frank Chaney.
T iuuna °“ ' I°*’" d ***- '>. Oeo. IV. Kmmrrhh 0.
T. Boland Brown, William 11. Thomiui. \l inoin G. Gott.
This Bank not only “brought Four per cent, to Annapolis” 11l
but was the first bank to pay interest on cheeking bSh
accounts, having inaugurated the system
in August, 1918. 9H
fec= J.l:
~™rr:Y I
- ** k vv •
W. B. & A. ElectriciP
Railroad.
MID-CITY TCHADVu>
i Half-Hofirly Service Morn''•: • p n , [
Between Annapolis. I’ ' .
Washington and Cainr M ,
(Washington and ('an.; m „
passengers change at N > g .
Academy J unction i
LEAVE ANNAPOLIS
West Street Stnthoi^
510. x 5.50. 6.20. 6.50. 7.20. \T
*i 10 20, 11.20 A. M. 12.20 1 JM
#4 20. x-4.50. 5.20. ifi.M. 7 *, • j.|3
11.20 A. M
’ .Leave Nava! Academy (lav ■ I
earlier; State House s •, “ f v
St. and College Ave„ s> \. %
earlier. "*
Couuectlng at (Menton v. , i :
LEAVE HALTINIOKI
, ASS. X 7.35. B.:W. 0.35. A El
12,35. 1.35. 2.35, 3.35, xl ■ • : ; ,
I 6.35. 0.35. 7.53, 9.35. 11. \. V i.
I A. M.
■ All trains receive or m lia-, |
at lo<’a! points between \ ,' 1 j
Naval Academy Jtiuctlun n : • f
lcuiu ou signal.
LEAVE WAMIIMITik
6.00. 7.00. 8.(0. #9.00, 10.00. It v \f ,
1(S 2.00, 3.00, s 1.00. ."mm
I (UIU, 7.00. 9.00. 11.06 l*. M A
I xPally except Sunday,
oLocal Annapolis t<> 15.. 1 1 -
For tickets and lnfern ~t. ,
our city ticket otin-cs : West v . ’ f *
; State House Siatlon. Co!!-g- , , ‘
Bladen Streets; Carvel li. y
Hotel.
:!' NOTICE! j
Charles Houston, Evangelist |
Champion Shoe Artift
Ladies’ Shoes Especially.
■ Sh(*B Dyed Vn. IM. rt>' s n , w f
T - He
The Annapolis Jobbing Co |;
Phone 449-W 49 SECONi > SI |H|
SLAG ROOFING
lloafors, Rjingos uml Booling jm: |;t|
1 In lii'Nf•class comllHoii.
Promptness and Satisfaclior j |
Guaranteed
nKI tla
WALTER C. MUNROE!
CIVIL KNLINEKK
Survey lug, l'luts, Hstlmates, MiinHil
and Suburban Water Systems and .Si-wiji■
Dlaimsal.
Savings Bank Building
Anna polls. Md.
j; WILLIAM 11. Mil
HART BUILDING
j Annapolis, Marvl.-ridiß
IFire Insuranco AucMot^o
Money Loaned on Moi-tgagf ;H
j | Houses Rented Rent Collet-X ;■
NEOLIN SOLES
Shoes half soled and heeled I
| Sewed ur Nailed. Roasoablc I'ritti I
S. SCHIFF
j . 33y 2 West St. ■
|Horn Point Sadi
Phone W'ATSON 546 ro I
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