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O (iAZKTTE —ESTABLIKHED 1727.
JKIfLIII FOR
m SESSION
, -:ng Begins To-
N'oon —Party Cau
• Semite And House
fonight To Select
; PRESIDENT;
1 OR SPEAKER
mr the biennial
•1 1 Assembly of
...!■!• r th" provl-s
--r.on will ! ■ con- '
n . in. for .i nine
i
t irnm I open -!
."i* when t In? In w -
1 null' , together
:■ r from all parls
,ivrii,hl.> at the
■ corridor; of the 1
■ jtrr.-oiil the ensto- !
r .• ive sessions. •
.•a: will he for I lie 1
pa ft \ i atunises to 1
i nr; ofiicers for I oth
• ■•i.hlv and also
!. ,n oftlc.als so tlial
out tv will he ready 1
. ravels fall to 1
ii i\ .• cniit rol of
i‘re "lent of the Sell
er o: the House will, of
fr in that party, as '
r officials. So the '
v\;il lea mere tor
i'.illy the only tiling
l\e to (lo Will he to '
eh r for each House.
liiling*- i nr Speaker
■ •:,ni t'olotiel Millard F. t
II rf"rd. will he selected t
.! ihe House, appears to it
• inclusion iI is name j
• prominently mentioned |
.■U'l'ii I w eeks. and the j ,
was rendered praetc.ial-1
owing lengthy confer- j |
.. rat n lefulers hehl at ,
t m Haltimore last j
agreement upon Tydings ;
.1 Hover elect Albert j
appears will wield | ,
I n the affairs of thei |
1 1
*' cht element of doubt
t I :. !em v of the Senate. ,
j
e !'!• 1 oti Page Four)
Reward
Sit ,100 REWARD t\>r iniunna-|
’ !■ nttti id* parties
i\ v ll truck 1 1 • I>a 1
night, t• i the
\ TV DINGS.
Mat nee Dance
•• I'v k lass I ‘>2o
i;'.'.e I ligh School
thinesd.iy. Jan. 7, 20
. Musu
- on. 2 ) Cents
1 i
v c > oc c u coc o o $
''-V-N">▼Tt*’'’'• * • • ' * ' * - • • - * ' *
The Daily Newspapers
■nut pathetic stories of the loss of
e. i in mattresses ami oi l teapots,
■ i ’n <li\ers other places.
■ ' <ju:te needless in this progressive
■. '.aa h r funds is in a t becking
~ \cc c.nt in this institution.
- i roteeKd. and constantly available.
New \ ear l>v starting an account
t IN'Xes for rent. '
1 he Annapolis Banking
cn Trust Company '
bottling (Jlnpital.
TAXPAYERS GROUPED
IN SUB COMMITTEE:
Schools And Other Issues Fc
Legislation Made Subject
For Separate Bodies
MEETINGS ON FRIDA'
The general committee of taxpayer
of the county, named hy t'hairma
lames S. Smith, following a reeen
meeting of taxpayers from all over t ii
county held for the purpose of cor
sidering matters of legislation to h
submitted in behalf of the interests t
Anne Arundel at the session of rh
la g, liture met lit re today, and organ
ize.l hy tile selection of Jeillll 1! tod'
of the Fifth Divine!. as chairman, an
thin appointed three sub-r mmittee
to facilitate tlv* work of drafting .v/hat
ever measure!* may lie deemed advis
able
The meeting was held at the ('out
House, and the three sub-commit tec
th t were named <Cil have t i do wit
matters pertaining to t!i<‘ County <'tti)
missii.tiers and the County Kngmeei
the Treasurer’s and Sheriffs iiftie,
and public schools. A repri sentativ
from each of the seven districts wa
named to the committee as follows
County Commissioners and Engince
Nicholas H. Green, Annapolis
(chairman); Frank 11 1 Pickett. firs
<}i trict; Luther Nichols, second dis
triet; Francis G. Riggs, third district
Mruner K. Anderson, fourth district
Wilbur Stoll, fifth distict; Kminett
Wehh. eighth district
Treasurer’s and Sheriff’s office ’I
Roland Grown, Annapolis, (chairman)
J living Hir'd, first district; Fdvvar
II ill, of .1 . second district; K. ilarr
Arnold, third district; C. Addiso
Pumphrey. fourth dis’net; .1 i
I’htdps. fifth disfrict; Ferdinand W
Weems, eighth district.
Schools Charles 1, Tate, third dis
trict, (chairman); benjamin Collinson
fir.si district; Jesse Clark, second dis
trict; John S. Chaney, fourth district
John H Geis, fifht district; Charles F
Lee. Annapolis; W. Frank Chaney
eighth district.
Arrangements are now being mad
for a meeting of these sub-committee
on Friday next at 10:JO, and of th
general committee on the same after
noon, beginning at 1:20. A genera
meeting of all taxpayers has been call
ed for January 20. at which a com
pit tw> report will be made. In th
meantime, members of tne
are urged to 'attend the meeting
retularlv.
\
(Continued On Page Three)
FOR RENT
Dwelling -12, Hanover Street, full
furnished. Hot water he.t, electri
lights. Possession February 1" E. V
I glehart. Real Estate. Advertise
Building j’- 1
Oyster Supper
Given by
CAMP No. 40. PATRIOTIC ORDER
AMERICANS
TFESDAV AND WEDNESDAY,
JaniLin Oth ami 7th
AT STATE ARMORY
Ailmission and Supper . . . f>o Cents
Supper served from 6:30
to 10 P. M j7
UNION SERVICE OF I
$ WEEK OF PRAYER
BEGAN LIST MET >
Good Attendance At Meeting
That Inaugurates Worship Of
Y Churches For First Week Of
The New Year —“The Church
r; Awakened,” Subject
in . I
m \
be NOT 100 PCT. EFFICIENT
BUT STILL EFFICIENT
M‘ . >
of—
-1 La.-:! night’s service at College Ave- !
l! " nue Baptist Church, .the ICv J 5- ’
' , Sower . I). D, inaugurated the uni. > ■
' * services of thf* Vh . k of Prayer
Tiie attendance was g. mi. th.,: c.;i 1
‘‘ gregation ?of :lie First Me:lt IT: K;
s * eopil, Maryland Avenue Motinnli u a
Episcopal, Trinity Methodi-t Kn.-c. - n
1! pal. South. Presbyterian and 1 inherit;
churches uniting in ul (, m grvic s. he 1
'* sith s the College Avenue B ; ' '
ll * Chiirch, where last night’s service was ’
held
While all ministers are taking part
’ ** in the Week of Prayer s**rvir . two ar •
li> : pgi iflcally assigned fo reach night of :
'■ the week. Last night s service had •
r for speakers the Rev Silm E 1 r 1
s ' sons, I>. I)., jfestor of Ihe Pr y'< i v :
Church, ami tin Rev. th :;n •" It Sp u- f
cor. pastor of Maryland Avenue Me,:;
t •
’ oili -1 Episcopal Church.
’ ' The subject was "The Chun h Awak- 1
ened by National Seli’-Kx imbnti. a
In the absence of the minister of
I College Avenue Church, win re th •
1 i nr. ice was held, tin* Rev 1 r Sovve a
being detained on account of a wed- !
N ding at his home. Dr. BVrgan presided r ‘
II and opened t meeting Th > U -v.
* E. Owens, pastor of Trinitv Methodiat (l
e
Episcopal Church. South, lia.i the .uvo
cation and the benediction
j,
u Ret. Spcno r’s \ldre>s
>- The Rev. Emmett R Spencer wa ■
; the first spiker. He reviewt 1 tii ■ t,
progress taking place from tbue to ~
y, time in America during the !.*-•( ce.t
tury, especially in the last few years, ]
le in economic, commercial and indus- j
vs trial life, as well its scientific, lie re- i
n> fern d to better social conditions, and ..
r- general progress all down the line He j
;tl showed tint this advame was getter- ]
1- ally due to American Am
a- erica leading all nations. This leader- v
10, ship. Mr. Spencer said, repasents a
r - "Opportunity." (J
;s True Anireieanism. to be really v
worthy of such leadership, would have c
to be tin Americanism -ynonym up
with "Christianity," and na:i-'uai !.f •* j.
can only l>c diaracterized as it;.livid f
uais lead and live active Christian t
lives. t
!>r. Persons* \ddrcss l;
1> Dr Persons had made a careful a
!t study of consciousness of the present 1
' day church. appHni to encounging
or signs in present day life .which ho i
,f L presented logically and with impres- .
sivcticss. He sank* the signs f the
time show that the church w;ll rise to
it* r sponsihility. and take th.e rie'a'ful
place as leader in Anu-rici. causing 1
the American life to he dominated by ,
. Amrricin principles, because of tiie
tisellings of the i hur h.
Ho spoke of the increa~ed unity of
the t hurches, ver b Tore, aipl this
unity being an encouraging sign Sec
ond the increased interest in the Bible
and Biblu study, which has awak neil
? keen interest and new life. He told o '
the Soc ial St rvice program, an l trying
to study foreign problems and v irious
‘ , rural problems, phase- of labor and in
— dustrial problems, frying to inrer-v-:
and help people solve these pr./elem.' 1
o Dr Persons rev wed the re n:
% groat moil''., campaign- in ;.ll the 1
■° churches just compieied. and of the "
o .1
o' • .
0 (Continued On Page Four)
1 THBEEISiBIN
I 1920 ON SOW;
* i
o -
Throe holidays in 1A■ ar, going : • ‘
o be jus: plait:, old. ordinary "ev-ry
o , .
o day s
* George Washing’or.’s Birthday. Dec
o oration Day and the Four:.: of July'
J all fail on Sunday. Isn't r -w :,
o Witiwa; prematurely lira: ng ti s
* year f grace 132". it is sate to - >
o that there is something wrong with
£ a calendar th..' permits hoii.my*. to
o get ail "1 aiied-up ' like that
Tiie only remedy will le f. r ilu
government clerks and their organ
o izations io gc in some fas: work and
U land that vear-round Saturdav half
o
o holiday, which they have been rry.ng
to get for the las; decade. If they
o don't succeed in this, they will hav
* to take scant Comfort from V • fact
o that the i tier, far m>. couldn’t
o change I.al or Day and Thanksgiving
*' fn;m their inalienable Monday and
<> Thursday schc.lu’.v and tlia: Chr.si
in.as comes on Saturday this y v .,r. i
THE! MARYLAND GAZETTE.
ANNAPOLIS. MIL :T ES!) \; . i v.N': 'AKY 1
FACTS m FIGURES
ABOUT HER PLANS
President Melvin. In Rep or.,
Gi. cs Review Oi Condition .
And Company’s Histoiy
IS BIG ASSET FOE CITY
.A : t reg r Mt'O ■:. 1 ■ ;1,
Beard of Dirtc.ur- !' the -
W ter (V ..yatiy ’ >' 1 1::.- • .
in- . of • < ;un% •; . T
Mi! in. .vI i it ‘H h.- re" ■ r :.
per ending D<. .:. ! r l 1 *
Mr Mch ■ ha.- !• vi Fr. ; .
th ■ v’t'a.iiv - f.vt.. :
icdtiirt 1 ;•> 'in* ( ;•> in "t• 2 I*i wis
'!:•) n:n- . : th-.' origmal comm ..•
tii.d l• tti in t aarge th ■ nego'ia: '>.
I' .• !?!>• purcl. hy t! •F. y. t :•!
.- retmrt 'ml review . s tc tie f.i '-
tnd h" Com; ,i. y': liis cry come F: -
ar.tid.
" lie rcpi.f • lag :oo l.m ’ for •
: , ■ p i ! : c.t; • n n oil" v 1 <
-i'.cn i:t in '.:i: vf.is from .h.y to * 1.;
rim ;;rs h.-.almen: tolh. • -
To the B‘> ri of Direct.t v- f the Ar
n.'.goli- Water i enpa::
i re poet fully submit lu-r v, , i
t.r:
Y ter C 'mj cny for '!]■' p •rhei ■ ...1,:,,
i 31. TIP.
i hiring Hu ; weir.v moti’h-' t ..• cco •
iy iii been era ted under
d dircctorat > provide* by .’ :
■• f I .* 1S which account from Aprii i <
P.'b s .. the j> Imti * has been m lin’.tirml .
a high degr cof efficiency and in k i)
In* with t!u> purposes stated in - Bt!
\<;. which are o provide ’for ir
and phvsicl oj ora! of tb plant ut
tin Water Company in the ir.; :c of
r„ e lie: I ’i. i omftirt ; :■ 1 proper ma:er i!
rt ; Hrenicu*.- < f the people of the c >
of Annapolis" The wat • work < h iv(
:,! > i:can k* p: in good repair.
Cji io April 1. the Water Cam
p itiy ha - gradually rcserx .• i a futri i!
77Aft. set apart in the hanks air
ft-.-rgem'v i'and. and in addition to this
!t."i a .'cumnlnt nl in the banks a fund
of f fur all ordinary u;,k<
ar,d current i.iluunis,ra>iun expens,
B> December til. l'H'-k tii" c.nerg 'nr*
land had incretst ito .<24,116 3lt, *wi
tl; enrretr fund to s.CTI.TJ. aid J’: •
sinking funds i ro'ub. up-to-date do-!
po bed in tin banks a- required b>
law.
it is noted that in ti ■ war peyiml.
when labor wa : Hra • ' uimhiain A b
and materials cottld not he had l tr any
ordinary ;mr| im . fortnnttfely w : -
wer no! called upon for any e::::a
--ordmary work a the plant.
tbe enlargements and improve
ments mad" in previous years, and
fully e' out in my reports had placen
th" plant in such c.o.uUtioti of efficiency
tli.'t we have hr !t able to operate it!
uniformly to the ex;n! of its capae:?.;.'.:
anti to the general ati’faction of th"
public.
Tn* sc improv, n’,‘trs such as instal
ling a waicr puriltcntion .vpparains
and enlarging iim frvoir capa-Aty
(Continuen on Page Fouri
TWEI VF OF LEADING
DEMOCRATS 10 SPEAK
AT JACKSON DINNER
(I'nrrer i)iit>itei. \<> .iatti! Press.)
\\ asiiingMui. I>. ( Jan. t> Twt Ivc
of the trading figures of the Demo
cratic party including most of thos"
•>r.)tui:ien:ly mentioned t r the pre.-i
--demial nomination ir. on the ii.- .ot
speakers mailt public today for 'lir
Jackson Day dinner, which will r
held iiere Thursday night
The message from President Wil
fon will l e read firs; at tiie ban pad
and speeches will be made by thi
following: Willjam J. Bryan. S re
* iry Daniels. .Aiiorney-Gcneral Pal
mer. Governor Cox. of Ohio: Jatne;
W. Gerard, former Anil as-.. 1 r to
Germany; Champ Cork, of Miss ;;r::
former Speaker of the House. Gover
nor Cornwall, of We- ! Virginia:
Senators Hitchcoik. of Nebraska: 1 n
di-rwootl. of Alai a::.a. and Owen. <>■
(>klahoma.
QUIETLY MARRIED AT
BAPTIST PARSONAGE
Miss Alice Cole, daughter of Mr.
and Mr.-. John V*'. Cole, and Raymond
Tolson. son of Mrs. M vert a T. is >n.
were quiet iy married las; nigh; at >
o'cii k at the parsonage of College
Avenue- P ptis' C'lttrcb. the minister.
R v. !)r John is. Sowers. , rlorinitv
: g r erector,y.
The marriage was witnessed by the
pareti's of the i ride and Lie gran
mother f the groom. 7*lrs. Faffieki.
Mr. end Mrs. Tolson will irfffke
tlieir home at West Annapolis. They
.Have many friend- here and in Haiti
i more.
Ll.-CBL. LEISURE f
HE COMMAND
SI, JOHN'S CADETS
Successor To La c Commandant 1
Cf College Battalion Ha - I ong
I ilitary Record Was On
Per.-htn.;’s StalT Former!;.’
d taticr.ed At Rutgers C lie: e
MEW MILITARY INS TP
TAKES CHARGE Ti DAY
A: t• >■ delay of • viral ’ . t -i
1 ovit;ti t> lit..• .of !.a <1 l ;; I
’."i •>:. f.-irm-T ca’nnn.ia'fin' at a • ■
' •:•!. * v \\ .. ri' p irtmcit h : -a
e I Lieu: -<*. i S i Leisure, air s tv
.(e a! S* J,.hn a- the he ■ 1 )f ’a
nil : iry departnt 1
", e military experience .a Licit -
,i Lea i:> t covers a p, ; i 1 it t 1 < 1 : y
year-, dur.tig w!; t time iie h he ti
:• ■ hed to several 1 ranches of thi I
. i.-. V. tits* - r. • v.-.-s •, b. t v j
Indiana Volunteer in h |
e.’ . .ti the t .me of th • s: •i; <b- j
’l War i rfi■ the til) .|
t ,: of . wit ! ■ 11- 1 ’I lie r' ‘d v . I I
■ P S. Yt dilute -r ,;i 'i; ■ P til pp n . j
1 a ,1 It * w e < .tura; -s i e 1 ;ti :in- I
: r'c:t]<r infantry. I• ',wiug wl h 1:
,-"ru'd "t.iii: in the Ph iippine- ;ro.n
I"-.'. : i Pj.n't, win n lie wa. pr >:t,o •tl :
''ir 1; Mitenant.
V
A- t ;te h-m >r gr.ta u irom t■"
iH of :he i.ite . . t I'o: t I i .. • u
■ e :h. in 1 nor,. ( day 1 , mi e. thi
. ii tenant, grade, a ted from th.- At-.,.
■e College at the same ])1 i - it: teeT
• il, (l at The e li'ijiict i i of :h. -
•i •-e to tit ■ Signal Corps, he r nr in
, d there for several irs. a n tia o i
th M xican b riler and a ! \ ra <’ry. *
Ft, tint a- 1.1 ling to C >ie i"1 i.i asn:' •'*
■ as "i inuamia::' at t : . Johti' • .ire t >’ 1
i n: rely new to Jii: •. far li" ha ■ > -
iap ed the ; n it ion of profe-. i r s
Mill ary Science an i Tar i< > at Rut
ge, College. New Brunswick N .!
y in after the entr :ue of the I’nited '
;. . e into the war lie organized and i;
■ ■ ■ indrd the atli Machine Gun Ra:
' ii.tn. t’.rd Brigade, 2nd IHi isi >n.
Later a transft r mad" t , ihe 1
rai kig section umh-r ,he Gcncr.l
’Slat at General ilea I'i'i:" ' "J . A K
F. t H1 an ra I Pershing's . if. i
• signed t t Uie air ■ f. i ’<? in '
Fran," Colonel Leasin'" later w,:.-'.le
•ail d a.- Deputy of ill" Oyfations
St: • ion. General Stan and at ;T .1
the ibneral S.ali College. A K. F
'v. .til this long and excellent trili
;a ry record Colotu 1 Lea.-nr- i an-"
ito st. Johns to rirmr.aii i tn ** cade
J battalion and the military work o:
the institution, v.iiicli is fortunate in
. scenting a man of his prominence t .
lilt tlie vacancy. He and his family
will occupy the commandant’" quar%
tors on the College Campus soon
as they can he arranged i . occn
. pan. y. The former home of Col'
I Lea.-are was at Terre Haute. In k
L rinr the absence of a command
ant since the death of Colonel Elliot;
:h" (ins’ has been temporarily fill" 1
by i apta ti Edgar Fell.
I!i At Ihe < minty Home
i '
... it viral of the aged inma’.c : ‘Me
. Courty Ilmoe are desperately ill
Among them are Henry Cowman, of
i X
Annapolis, who is past eighty, and i
■ afl'ic ' 1 with ileatm. s. He ha- '.•••en
jm asa mi-conscious condition for >n. •
days, and is tin idle to recognize h
friend.-.
Jam. s Phillips, an aged like it.
mate, i.- also scriousiy ill • o.d
man is 86 and has be.-n in ii-ehle In -. it ;
for some months. Las; night he wa
< stricken ' ith an a'tack of thi h ■ a
and has ,)>)t rallied sitiee the alia k
RHODE ISLAND HAS
RATIFIED SUFFRAGE
tli.v Tie Xsst'H'iMieU Press •
loi id* ;m 11. I - J;; ii. (>. The Fed
eral Woman Suffrage Amendment
was ratified by the Legislature today
: The ratification resolution; pa - d t'ic fc
Ho ; > by a vote of Sh to •) and a few
ir. mutes later was adopted u:;a;-
n’ous’.y by y. Senate.
: TONIGHT’S SUPPER AND
DANCE AT ARMORY
l
Camp *7O. Patriotic Order
-of America, will give a supper to
night and tomorrow nigh; a' the S'ate
■. Armory. Admission and supper ar
nrii" I a: fifty cents. Supper will le
serve.’ from 6 to 10 o’clock, and am
e i excellent menu is promised. Cen
- erous patronage is solicited.
7' e Order will also g.ve a dance
e tor.i. January 6.-in the State Ar
yimory. Music will be furnished' by
Prof. Schreyer’s orchestra. Dancing
j will Le from 5.30 to 11.30. - N j
PRUT. TWO CHN IS.
Pf HE TUITIONS OF W
JELLiCOE. HERO OF BATTLE OF
JOTIiO. TELLS MIDDLES TODAV
NCTF.D BRITISH FIGHTER
VISITS AT A DEMY
ais \! m ini i i.t: i
.U !! v .If I I HOT
CLOSE CO MR A DESHIP
Or U. S. AND BRITAIN
means world peace
\ ‘mir.i! t ■ • poke ct the yrea
:.>!.< r he A >' ft :. ■ i in 1 ■ mins ill*
•l.'i.-'.lina: t . •t- of !h* -' ll .t’ 1
>t.*ifs N;ivy. 'li.;: rr, o Navy wlm h
i, ; ) t;en • t ifly ! •an 1 if < "if
l ;ji , \i h f.y >-,.•*! ' iit said that
hr (•,) i:l i• i .nii Atnerie an
. 'ill ’.lf d .■ :i "I 'llf st.* i
• ! ill M . ..f it*;, wifi i1: .■ .. .'l"i . 11 If.
1 !k i- !■ .1 ■}\ r ::n.l that it lad
I oen .ii mi I by tie- arrival of
liiany o.lit . f lid ; n
<ntiiuiinp. i!. ■ i imir ! <i li.at
;he "aiar. |.■ ', f iff r. -mneiit liu*l
I *H'ti OV. •' ' i : 1C li. mipre-.-h f
I < Yin?: mu i on Paste Fmiri
NOTICE!
! n v ! ■\v i f Tie i. r ii' w aste "I
•A (T < 1 \' !". 1.) 111 • fl.'f
•i . ]v cl v. yi•a ■!y i:if reu Org i lie*
ii. (■ of pan.; inn a! tin utter
w .rks ano f i It;. nst ;iik (l,
-•> ii-ff of .f; pi;.. tin 1 oard of tli
i .>r of ’lie A:ii'i;polis Wafer
t up. l.ar | 1 a, ii order iha;
w . < ■ w;ff r ;a a. ' It y: oppe.l,;
a;. t.iat lantiio: - .- ati ifiuiils be .
in died that r will he ill- (
.< Il'"1 v. her.- id; no: if- is disre
it d Tinv. ?. i wilfully waste
; ii" • y'.- wa ier supply < • tin i
c j.iT'lf i' *' they ar lf'iuin d i.
pa/ for vii.y tuny wa.-dt.
(i ill: a.K T MIT.VI.V
i re. 11.: ■: tdis Watt r < u.
A. W. SHARPE
Optician
130 Main front
A N N'APOI.! S, M A R VLA ND.
A Prosperous and
Happy New Tear
To All of Our Patrons
I
A Bank that is strong enough
and liberal enough to care for
its patrons at all times
ij '
ESTABLISHED IN 1805
Gross Assets Over $2,700,000.00
4 Per Cent Interest on Savings Accounts
The Farmers National Bank
Of Annapolis, Maryland
lISl lS ' ’ I ! I'
Partly Cloudy
Partly cloudy and warm
er tonight; Wednesday,
snow or rain and warmer
THK IVENINt) CAPITA I,—KBTAO I.I SH l*H.
Noted British Sea-Fighter Deep
ly Impressed With Un 1
Sam’s Naval Institution And.
Commends Students Op. Fun-
Military Bearing
CLO S E COMR AD K S HIP
ASSURES WORLD PEACE
Admire! < d the 1 ’• tt. immimi!
Itihn |elliei 1 "i Sf.ijM. * i I ’>
ti. M. < ■ L \ <. !: -l i> id li;
1 >a* tie tdY tilt- lul’an-l 1.-land
when the British C,rul'd Meet
.Hindu!.He ! t!m tn ’ m.'.n arm,id.t
with the nu mill, l s * I hi > -tat
\ i-tted tin \.e .1 \f dim- tod i\
md w ere the horn a- d gilt- ts at
■ r.m.ml Hi eerenu'Pies covering
; ~-rit HI of two hour:- lie <!< h\
i-n d a !'fief and napp_' ad In
! fere ;!:. regiment nl mitijtij
men win mi u 1 1 w mimat■ !>■’tot
iin had re \it \\ et 1 i m tin- pa i . ‘h
- r. unnl \\ oit a a 1 iel.l.
" | ui- ii vtm all tli m"d t.M
tune in tin world. .-aid Lord
|e 11 h oc to the midshipmen, "pi e
er\ e tlie great tradition- t i tln
United. State Na\ \. he e >ntm
ut tl. "and with a omt inu.ance i>l
the c! "i- comrade-dm* that ha
. i wars exi-ted In tween th
\avie of tlie United State an l
U: Bril,un. particularly m t'i ■
iaf w ar, the peace <! the \N < rid
\ ill ah.vay- he sain
It v. i - ,i n an p; av f ■■ a
- .It Mo oe. slmr: of mure, rosy,
ri i uri'i .I f<tai pie \ i"a, iyplf il *• I tin
f,t fuit-r. tool 1 .fore Mr- r.id i.: ih
for: b - wfst lii’toiiy ol liali,
~r ih<- ar:iM>ry laiildii.g at the At a ,
Cniy. and atldn-ssetl the tewrly I’.ui'o
!•■ anhipinen who stooil at aMeitlioa
on the drill floor below, aim a fe v
lrimlied olln-r per tins, Tim: tlv naval
ft’ont imiftl •.n I’af'e Fotirt
NOTICE—TRAPPED
Will pay you
$3.00 Each
FOR GOOD MUSKRAT
HIDES
delivered at r.tore.
MR. APPLESTINE
C,:i West St. Annapolis. Md.
Also "or.el priees for all furs.
1 js I f<T lif n la- I. ’I :fmi I i'*n.
Dance
Uivt n hy
( AMP No to 1’ *.Tflt lilt'
AM HR I CANS
January 6,1 f >2o v
AT STATIC ARMORV
Mm ie hy Prof Sehr.-yer’H (freln- ; a
nanein;' fr<nn Sub) to 1!:TO
I oK.vroKMKN. ; lahibs. lu-

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