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3-10 WEST STREET n r '■ V Mk 1 ■iSil A \ \ %# Wm ~*mW v< l \ )r ( * pdjju s'n ;: ir-^-TO V \ Ukip%illl#fiff ■. %fv Tiak/ngr the Oh f/dretip O/ofher ip eari/ NOW “A year ago I wouldn’t have said that and I wouldn’t have believed ifc had anyone else said it to me. That was in the days ' v when I used a foct-power sewing machine, and sowing was back-breaking, hard v/crls “Nowadays when the children need new c’recrc: cr there’s some mending to be done, I do it electrically. “I take my Western Electric Portable Sewing Machine off tho shelf in the linen closet, put it on tho table, connect it to the electric light socket and the little meter decs the v/erkb’ And that is all there is to it. Just as this woman can now do all of her sewing electrically and without effect, so can you. The portable feature, the compactness, the rnecd central, the ease of operation will appeal to you. Drop in at our show-rooms and let us demonstrate thcec points. $5.00 a Month Places it in Your Home Western Electric ■~ T " SIGN PAINTING RFPI TR I IP SAMUEL W. BROOKS &CO. I 1% H - B J Ojj* B j B m CM AS. NKI.SON BROOK N rp| | p rpjj Painters, Decorators * HhA 1 I\L j ant j Paper-Hangers : , 1 "T; .... —... Relief Decorations for Parlors, Hails snd Bathrooms . * 1 TT 1 I Cfturro lircnritlon 9pel*ll| special loday! i „ „ * J No 13 1 A DEAN STREET Chwrfnlly FarnlthO nn © 1 m Te.*,.ho„* S4-W A 1 wilight ~ n 1 [republic OcIDV ! mEmE •r TODAY featuring Lloyd (Ham) Hamilton and Virginia Rappe J* A Henry Lehrman Comedy /-,> < • ■■ - Chaplin ! !=WARNING=!! ■■ , Persons with cracked lips are cautioned to avoid the Tk M/IY § Republic tomorrow. The management positively refuses Am „ J to take the responsibility for either split lips or side aches m _. that come with a vision of a* Qjf g £ Destiny’s child to uplift bootlegging, aided by a chorus of chickens (feathered) so tough they eat dynamite, ramb- | ling through life on the farm, love scenes in the old cow TOMORROW plot and a career on the rock pile. ===== George Walsh A DISTINCTIVE COMEDY CREATION , A TRIUMPH —IS~ OVER ANYTHING YOU HAVE EVER SEEN BEFORE Hllllllg Charlie Chaplin, in “A Day’s Pleasure.” wall be - shewn again today. KINOfiIAI XEWS Added Attraction THE EVENING CAPITAL AND MARYLAND GAZETTE, ANNAPOLIS. MARYLAND, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1950. Unveiled Tablet in State House To Maryland's 800 | W ILLIAM J. HARRINGTON MISS MARY J. MILLER (Gov. Harrington’s Son) (The Artist’s Daughter) ; DISTINGUISHED THRONC i ATTENDS INAUGURATION \ OF GOVERNOR RITCHIE ) (Continued From Paste One) plieity. The parade in connection 1 therewith was small, consisting chiefly t of the second regiment band, and the f me ml ers of the Fifth Regiment Vet- t erun Corps, who acted as the per- i soc.al escort to the new Chief Execu- t live, together with the members of 'he committees appointed ty Presi-• I dent Norris of tho Senate, and Speak- v er Tydings of the House of Delegates, t But a distinguished gathering of men v of Maryland, besides a multitude of c •ladies, assembled in the House hall ; and heard the inaugural acfdress and t later witnessed the administration of t the oath in the Senate. 1 c Official Party Arrives Governor Ritchie, and tho memlers , of his official party arrived in the city , on a special car over the Washing- j iton, Baltimore and Annapolis Electric k Railways shortly before 11 o’clock, j Leaving the car at the West street terminal, the inaugural party formed iif line, and headed by the band and j the "Vetß\" inarched up West street. ( around the south side of Church Cir-| t cle to School street, and then went to , the Executive Mansion. There they were met by the retiring Governor and Mrs. Emerson C’. Harrington and I j welcome courtesies were extended, j .After a brief stay at the official home of the Chief Executive, the party then went to the State House, enter- ; ling byway of the northwest portico ( n The corridors of the Capitol were ( j crowded with men and women as the:, | I inaugural party passed through. A ] force of .10 Baltimore city policemen , | I who were detailed for special duty , i .here, kept an aisle clear for the offi j cial party, and there was no disor i der. A great cheer and loud hand , clapping resounded through the cor i j ridors. as the new Governor was rec | ognized in the throng. Reception In Old Senate As soon as Governor Ritchie had'd j sul scribed to the oath. Senators and) 1 | j many admiring friends, hurried to | wards the rostrum to congratulate i he new Executive. Then Hie official ! ! party repaired to the oTd Senate Chaml er whore Governor Ritchie | held a pul lie reception during which he shook the hands of hundreds of persons. In the meantime, the out "1 going Governor. Mrs. Harrington and members of their family made their j departure from the State House. New Sec. Of State Sworn In After tile reception in the Senate Governor Ritchie then retired to the Executive offices and administered the oath of office to Philip B. Perl- j man who was appointed a"* Secretary , of State by him. Mr. Perlman, who! Notice— Trappers! Will pay you $3.00 Each FOR GOOD MUSKRAT HIDES delivered at store. MR. APPLESTINE 63 West St. Annapolis, Md Also good prices for all furs. Agent for flock Tanner! s. jit' BIG SAL E! French briarwood pipe and package of tobacco for 10 cents. Everything in stock reduced from 20 to 33 percent. Toys, few manicure j sets, toilet sets, watches, rings, etc. JOS. LEVY 73 West Street Phone 405-M tf t FOR SALE - Two 1917 REBCILT FORDS, a No 1 condition. $3lO and $450, tires good, new top; one 1919 CHEVOLET, $650; one ATLAS TRUCK, $375. Apply READMORES GARAGE. 10 47 Randall St. i is a former newspaper man, was as sociated with Governor Ritchie in the State legal department, during the latter’s incumbency as Attorney-Gen eral. Entering his private offices. Governor Ritchie found his desk a veritable bower of cut flowers. There were bouquets of every description, tokens sent by personal and political friends, and Democratic organiza tions. The new Secretary of State also was the recipient of several bou quets. * / After spending a short time in the Executive ofnets. .Governor Hitchte went to the Executive Mansion where, with his mother, he enjoyed luncheon with a few personal friends. Instead of returning to Baltimore as he had at tirst planned,. Governor Ritchie is spending the lalance of the day in the city, dividing the time between his offices and home. It was a cold, i lustry day for the inauguration, in consequence of which not much of a crowd gathered about tb.e streets. But the State House was filled, and scores and scores of persons were disappointed 1 ecause they were unable to gel into the House or Senate chamlers be tween which the ceremonies oscillat ed, as admission was by card. The doors on the main floor, as well as those in the I alconies, were closed after the halls had 1 econie crowded. DOINGS IN SCHOLASTIC BASKETBALL LEAGUE A The second series of games in the Scholastic Basketball League will j take place Friday evening at the Ar mory. when the High School Inter mediates tackle the Scouts and 3t. Mary’s lights it uot with the Gram mar School. Play will begin at 7.39 p. m. The interest in the league is grow ing very rapidly and it is expected a large crowd will turn out,to witness these games, which to date have beer, warmly contested. The athletic com mittee of the Community Service, which is promoting this league, will donate a loving cup to the team win ning the most games in the league, and this alone keeps the interest of he toys at a high pitch. 'There will le no admission charg 'd, so everyone is welcome to attend and see what promises to lu two! good game-. The league standing at present is I is follows: ii Won Lost Pet j H. S. Intermediates.. 1 0 1.000 | Scouts 1 0 1.000 | St. Mary’s C. S 0 1 .000 | Grammar School 0 1 .000 | H. S. Intermediates Win The High School Intermediate has- I ketlall team easily defeated Wilmer r &■ Chew’s Preparatory School yester- j i day afternoon at the High School, jl 48 to 8. j The game was very poorly contest- j j ed, as can be seen by the score, thejl High School lads having everything I their own way. t The lineup: J High School Intermediates—Van-, I ‘sun*, right forward; Cadle. left for- | ward; Werntz. center; Williams. I right guard; Duckett, left guard. Wilmer & Chew's Prep. School—<l RassJack. right forward;’ Hughes.il forward; Hunter, Oxel, i right guard; Ileeby. left guard. fcn'< stitutious—Stevens for Werntz,; I Suit for Williams; Thomas for Hun-. lea. Scoring—Goals. Caule, 5; Van- ■ sant 4; Stevens. 4; Suit. 3; Wll-i i Hants. 1; Duckett. 1; Hughes, :Rasslack. 1. Fouls. Vansant, 6 out; 1 7; Cadie. 5 out of 6; Stevens, 1 out: •of 1; Oxel. 2 out of 2. Referee— Collins. i NOTICE ! | i WILL PAY HIGHEST CASH PRICE , FOR POTATOES ON FARMS ANYWHERE. t ; t WRITE OR PHONE RAYMOND JUNGERS i Phone !BA3-r-l P. O. AniuipolU. Md. i .■ ’• -' .7- Have Servants in Your Home That | Are Willing to Do at All times The Thor Washing Machine | and The Tuec Vacuum Cleaner “There Are No Better” Sold either for cash or on time w. B. CHILDS Electrical Contractor Phone—7oo. Office—l 79 Conduit St j „ All rk (•unruutmi 1 I’lionf 141 ANNAPOLIS TIRE REPAIR CO. 100 WEST STREET How Tiulrr New Mniremn i. TAMcM A HON. l‘rop. Vulcanizing—Tire Repairing—Retreading Free Air Ser.lr. *'" Arte* tires Miller. Goodrich. Firestone, Sheridan QUALITY OUR WATCHWORD THE fJaltimcfc Established 1773 THE DAILY AMERICAN ruj able In Adianee Daily, one month * Daily and Sunday, ono montt ‘ ' Daily, three months 1 Daily an*i Sunday, three months - 1; ' Daily, six months ’ m Daily and Sunday, six months 4 x Daily, one year *’ ,MI Daily, with Sunday Edition, one year s ,0 Sunday Edition, one year - CHAS. C. FULTON & CO. FELIX ACINUS, Manager and Publisher AMERICAN OFFICE BALTIMORE, MIL PALACE THEATRE TODAY Matinee and Evening Robert Warwick IN “In I Mizzoura | ADDED- ATTRACTION A Good Comedy BODIES OF AMERICANS RETURNED TO AMERICA Bodies of American soldier dead out side of France will be returned to this country, even though relatives may wish them to remain on foreign soil, it was learned at the War Department yesterday. In cases where the relatives desire to care for the bodies, they will be turned OTer to them after reaching this country. Otherwise will be buried in some national cemetery, possibly Arlington. American soldier dead outside of France number 5.18 G. In * \ l . 000 American dead are buried- W ' " total 18,800 are beyond the zone ot • armies. These bodies will be returne ’ this country whenever de.ired •<> j ' j tives. Otherwise, they wih centrated at the cemetery a' Sur-.--* near Paris. ’ The disposition of bodies vn zone of the'armies has not been mined. Frrnce has prohibited - of the bodies, but the State Vep' i! ' * Is trying to have this ban lifted ■The microbes in the lovers f Are dangerous. U is " 11,1