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Evening capital and Maryland gazette. (Annapolis, Md.) 1910-1922, December 19, 1919, Image 6

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Globe Furniture Company
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Give Furniture for Christmas 4 || |
FURNITURE is the lasting Christmas Gift—the gift that is never VICTOR. COLUMBIA and EMERSON RECORDS, from 85c to RUGS— SIS to $75.
forgotten. It plays a part in the daily life of the people you $3.50. A selection of records is always an acceptable gift. L'EDS. SPRINGS. MATTRESSES and SEALY’V
give it to—alv/ays serving, always in sight, always becoming Record choosing is made easy by our Gift Certificates it
more and more usefrrl-and always recalling the gver Orrr stock enables the recipient to select the things wanted. ELECTRIC PERCOLATORS. CHAFERS. TOASTERS. IRONS
offers man '/ eift opportunities. Christmas shoppers are welcome, LIVING ROOM SUITES—from $33 to S4OO. ELECTRIC VACUUM CLEANERS—SS7 50 .
*\ jA and are under no obligation to buy. . . yS
GIVE FURNITURE FOR CHRISTMAS. It need cost no ELECTRIC I-LOOR LAMPS. ELECTRIC V/ASHING MACHINES from slos up
more than the ordinary trifling gift or can be as princely in cost as GLOBE-WERNICKE SECTIONAL BOOKCASES in all finishes WESTERN ELECTRIC SEWING MACHINES — s4B and up
you desire. and styles. " A Cordial Welcome Awaits You. Whether Yen Buy Or Not
fmL HERE ARE JUST A FEW GIFT SUGGESTIONS i
t a VICTROLA, GRAFONOLA or VOCALION—a gift that will LIBRARY i ABLhS and DESKS. You are invited to open a Charge Account here This will enable
delight the entire family the whole year ’round—s2s and up. ROCKERS and MORRIS CHAIRS—S7.SO up to $65. you to pay for your purchases next year at yo\ r convenience A B
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MORRIS LEGUM’S STORE
CLAY AND WASHINGTON STREETS
SPECIAL for the HOLIDAYS!
All kinds of Fruits, Candies and
Christmas Delicacies
SUGAR, MEATS, GROCERIES,
HAY and FEED
A complete line of Drygoods
An Overcoat ma&es an ideal present" 1^
Don*l mal.e X-mas Presents nn extraviigulire
Com** see iis and buy something useful
MORRIS LEGUM, Annapolis, Md.
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Candy for |l|i| Christmas
MERRY CHRISTMAS
French Mixture i, 35 and 45c lb.
Assorted Chocolates * 60c lb.
Mixed Drops 40c lb.; 2 lbs. for 75c
Chocolate Bon Bons * 45c lb
Mixed Nuts * 40c lb.
We have a full line of Christmas Boxes from 60c up.
CANDY CANES up. GIVE US A TRIAL. .
Sugar Ball Confectionery
ICE CREAM PARLOR and CANDY KITCHEN
71 WEST ST. (Oppo. West St. Station) Phone 409-J
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We have some of the most ideal Xmas gift? and suggestions. The
reason we advertise greatly is on account of the limited amount of
show space. You will find genuine La Tascua pearl necklaces, wrist
•watches, ladies' jewelry, men’s Elgin and Waltham hunting and open
face watches, also, the largest stock of toys and tree ornaments ever
had.
Mens' ami 1..-lilies' Solid (ridl 10 Karat Huhy and Cameo Kings with prices
that cannot *h* eijusled.
We have an extra stock of Cigars in boxes of 03 for f1.t.00.
Men's to Jewel Waltham Watches. I,a Tauier l’earls Price SlS.no
Price Daw. Install I'earls. i't inches Price 13.50
TELEPHONE 409-M Jos. Levy 73 WEST STREET
Save Money!
And Buy Practical Christmas Gifts
PRICES TO PLEASE EVERYONE
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Waists _ $ 2.00 to $ 7.<J^
All Wool Scarfs S.OO to 14.00
Skirts ' 6.00 to 16.00
Leatheret Coats 22.00 to 29.00
Coats 20.00 to 49.00
Suits 20.00 to 49.00
Dresses 15JW to 39.1)0
“THE FASHION”
LEON STRAUS*
55 Maryland Avenue
NOTICE—See our ad Saturday and Monday’s paper.
It will be the talk of the town.
THE EVENING CAPITAL AND MARYLAND GAZETTE, ANNAPOLIS. MARYLAND. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 19, 1919.
CHIEF'OBERY "RINGED 7 '
Rescue Hose Presents Only Ac
tive Charter Member Gift
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SERVICES RECOGNIZED
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A special feature of the celebration
of the fortieth anniversary of Rescue
Hose Company of the city’s volunteer
fire department, which took place at 1
their headquarters last night on West
street, was tlie recognition of the serv
ices of their treasurer and charter
member, Chief of Police Charles H.
Obery.
The company presented Mr. Obery
with a handsome signet ring, appro
priately engraved inside, and with his
monogram handsomely engraved on
the setting. The ring is beautifully
wrought in gold, and is a - gift from
Recue Hose Company to its treasurer,
who has served over twenty ye>rs in
| that office, .and is the only charter
member who is today an active mem
ber of the fire company. Mr. Obery
has handled all the furuls of the Res
cue Hose Company in the past 21 years
during his treasurership, many thous
ands of dollars passing through his
hands. In the past year alone, be has
handled over $5,000 of the company’s
i money. It was in recognition of his
faithful and efficient services for more
than a score of years that the ring was
presented. The presentation was made
in a happily expresesd little speech by
George Abram Moss on behalf of the
Rescue Hose Company, who con
gratulated treasurer Obery on his long,
faithful and efficient service as the
company’s treasurer, and on the honor
I of being the only charter member now’
ion the active list of firemen,
j Chief Obery is wearing his new ring
today with great pride at its owner
ship and manifest appreciation of the
motive that prompted the gift.
—Buy Hert (ram SrN >aw—
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FACTS WORTH KNOWING
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Since new telegraph cables to Cey
lon have been opened messages have
been transmitted from London within
half an hour.
A patent has teen granted for a
chronometer which has only one dial
ibut by which the time of any city in
the world can be told.
Butter, Eggs, Etc.
M. J. HANTSKE
232 Main St
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SIGN PAINTING
SAMUEL W. BROOKS & (0.
CHAR. NELSON BROOKS
Painters, Decorators
and Paper - Hangers
Belief Decorations for Parlors,
Halls and Bathrooms
Chuck Decoration a Specialty j
Frooco Fainting
No. DEAN STREET
r.rtlnt<o Cheerfully FornUheS
Telephone 544-W
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JAMES J. RABY NOW'
PERMANENT CAPTAIN
i Among the recent promotions in the
Naval Service is that of Captain James
J. Rabv, U. S. N., to he permanent
Captain in the Navy. *At the outbreak
of the war between tlie United States
and Germany, Captain Raby was as
' singed to convoy duty and had that
j dangerous and difficult task to per
j form, which he did successfully.
Captain Rabv is by residence a half-
Annapolitan since he graduated here
| and has so often served through as-
I signments of duty in the Naval Acad
| emy. He is well and most favorably
known in this city for his urbanity of
(manner, friendliness and good judg
ment. On his posts anti in his sta- j
tions he is always popular with those
with whom he serves. With a strict i
sense of duty, he manages to smooth
| his official obligations with the oint
j ment of common sense. An incident
that occurred here, while he was Com
mandant of Ships, Naval Academy,
illustrates. A member of the crew of
the Reina Mercedes was charged with
some minor offense and had to report
to the ofticer-in-charge of such matters
at Bancroft Hall for investigation of
the charges. The petty officer, having
the accused under arrest, asked Cap- j
tain Raby should he send the alleged
offender up to Bancroft Hall under
I guard. “No,” replied Captain Raby ;
emphatically, “we can trust him." I
(Those of the ship's complement who]
heard of the faith that 'the Captain J
had in his men and his unwillingness j
Sto putthem to unnecessary shame, j
weer greatly pleased at his just con
sideration of the seaman under
charges.
Captain Raby is now serving in the
: Bureau of Navigation. Washington.
—Buy Red Cross Seals Now
j SPECIAL SESSION OF
CO. ORPHANS’ COURT
Judges of the Orphans' Court held.
. a special session yesterday afternoon
, and transacted the following Jjusi-
L ness:
The first and final account of Marie
Costet. administratrix, of Gas'on Cos
! let, was filed, examined and passed.
1 Application of Ridgelv P. Melvin, •
i for letters of administration on the
estate of Annie M. Tyler, was filed i
■ and approved; the applicants' bond
as administrator was filed and approv-’ (
ed; and a renunciation in the same i
estate also was filed and passed. I
The first and final account of Alex-v
ander L. Anderson, administrator
j c. t. a. of James M. Anderson, was ,
„ filed, examined and passed; and a re-c
lease of Alexander M. Anderson, ad
ministrator of the same estate also
was filed and passed.
The release of Martin M. Smith,
president of St. Martins’ Lutheran
Church, to William T. Kershaw, ex
ecutor of Kershaw, was filed
,and passed.
A rerort of sales of the personal
estate of James E. Tydings. also was
filed and passed. ,
—Buy Rod Crao* Smli Now—
Butter, Eggs, Etc.
M. J. HANTSKE
232 Main Si.
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Palace Theatre
Friday and Saturday j I
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Snow And Then More Snow
Snow began falling yesterday after- j
noon, and fell intermittently through-'
out the night. This morning there j
was a fleecy covering over everything!
out of doors. At seven o’clock this ,
-jnorning snow covered the ground to |
the depth of some three or four inches
nd it has been snowing steadily all
(lay. *
The predictions of the Weather Bu
reau, officially received at this office j
this morning, are that it will “snow ;
this afternoon, tonight and Saturday j
morning. Followed by cloudy# weather
during Saturday; slowly rising tem
perature.”
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Practically every part except “the j
diaphragm and horn of a new talk-!
ing machine that reproduces the usual
records is made of cement. j
Butter, Eggs, Etc. j
M. J. HANTSKE
252 Main St. 1
Phone 659 tf t
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Republic Theatre I
MATINEE
today Tomorrow I
William Russell Constance Binney
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“Eastward Ho!” |
Addod Attraction II :||||
FORD WEEKLY 1 Susan”
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Pare and core sound, tart apples.
Boil until almost tender. Remove to
a buttered plate and fill the cavities
with cocoanut. Stick blanched al-,
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monds a')out each apple. Bake, ba- -
ing with} syrup made of sugar. wa'*-r Sj
and lemon juice. Top the ca\ |fl
.with cut rant jelly when serving

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