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ANNAPOLIS I . , MRS. EMMA ABBOTT GAGE a ’ ' 1 | I j, . , unseen urtcn . l!] filifi wealth : i! J.lpp. : i Hall, of i it.-iit ly been j i .riiolar.ships, j Ihe Swift are sons of . Department \. ademy. ■ n'! hilv won by boy-, \^hose •!.•.i inathenia-j ; fa? tier, a not fed ■ iverer of one , ';j hi honor. " u i'i f 'i I r-itl'T- <• in Russell, who! i living with the j. : .:i' - brut her. City -i. , •■ll. Carroll and 1 .. taken up their r 011-in-law and , Ur William Lyons, | Hr Oil la , k-‘ ; '.n<* ; on.- of Maryland’s, a in volunteered tirst | hiring the war, and' 1 u :h the Firestone! \kron. Ohio, js ! •■•■;. -' leave visiting his j * Airs Alfred Phillips,, b'in |.'-r I oiiiirlit iMtmrl Hall ■ i" nefi! supper to have , ■ ~ud tomorrow nigh.t tiiiii'-' hall, will not be j y , i lee ire. The ladies' If ! m iliaieo of the supper ■■: .. new lire apparatus i r i:.ivi not been able to 1 ■■■ • > ■ ' i' o>st, rs, owing to ice ’el have been obliged to! c upp.-r until furl her no-: W: birl l.io ii Nat Part bai ll uas given a party j li birthday on Fri •t. inun four until six. j * i d and at live o'clock • • ushered into the din refreshments were in e present were: nts, of Baltimore; i . Audrey Arnold, 'd.d>; Rigby, Dorothy •bales, Leona Gott, Vtre.inia Lacy and 1 Waide AleCready. Nutafit ( h,|, I* i r’.tr-.i as in I Ip, I on ll t y 1 1if Club, of this members of Inde nt. No 2. and their "’.t!i much marked drama “Making i fortnight ago, tance tomorrow Mi ehts. The coni 'maUing good." wherever the Tin \ take along stage parapher- New York, is ij. *"■ Misses Anna and ; ’ .■a root. ' '"l it A;t: I. ■ , l . ■ c on Johnson. f ,. ':■ estant Epis >* Johnson, will Rectory on row aiternoon i t, V;-,. ••' ’i ts;\ li .!, i ' ' H. Seales are ’i at the Super- N ta! Academy, lav reception Scales dur * r They will • c by several Z ’ ‘ : -*—ai\vays take ; 0R Voir acid-stomaSD I f ' ‘ ' Heartburn, Bloat I h; •, - . food souring, I st :na °h miseries. I ■ ->r; keept stomach I c i iC, ' *'■* A'itality ar.d Pep. ■ * ' ' r ' oiy. Tenof thou- I v !| rlyooeuacant ■ y!■ .mWy guaranteed ■ ‘•'w. awaey. Get a trie I 1 H "TtN t.II.BERT ■ '"Nniudis Aid. With Fleet In t üba Ensigns Samuel LeHache and A D. Pluck ledge, U. 8. X.„ both of whom were members of the class graduated from the Naval AcaJemy fflast June, are with the fleet in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, for the regular winter drill. En sign LeHache is on the battleship Florida, while Ensign Blackledge is aboard the Oklahoma. Both of the 1 ships left Hampton Hoads on the Bth of this month. Miss Elizabeth Decker is able to be out again after an illness of bronchitis, which lasted several days. Mrs. J. N. Galloway, of "The Boeasel 1 Apartments, ’’ Prince George street, is; i recovering from an attack of grip, with which she has b£en confined to her, home for the past week. Here For The W Inter j Commodore Valentine S. Nelson, ac-; conipanied by his daughter. Miss Val ient ine Nelson, is spettding the winter i at the home of Mr. March int, 211 Prince George street. During the war Commodore Nelson was in charge of the naval station at New Orleans, iHe is a brother-in-law of Mr. Mar -1 chant.. ■ Miss Harriet Ligon. sister of Mrs. J. X. Galloway, of Annapolis, continues to improve in condition at the Mary- 1 land General Hospital, Baltimore, where she has been dangerously ill of) peritonitis, accompanying appendicitis. J Mrs. George W. Laws is receiving at 1 her home on College avenue in honor! i of Mrs. A. 11. Scales this afternoon. Lieut. I’. W. Veatman, U. S. N., who is stationed In Washington, is visiting at the home of Mrs. Carvel Hall, Prince j George street. Lieutenant Yeatman j I will spend several days in the city, where lie has a host of friends. To Join Husband jin Pensacola The wife and two small children of j Lieut. Charles Gladden, U. S. N., will leave Annapolis within a few days, where they have been visiting at the; home of Lieut. Gladden’s parents on College Green, for Pensacola, Fla. i They.will join Lieut. Gladden, who is in command of the submarine R-5. Captain Edgar Fell, an instructor in the Department of English at St. John's College, is not yet sufficiently recovered from his recent attack of the grip to attend his classes, though his ! condition is very much improved. I Miss Gertrude Combs, of Washing ton, lias returned to her home in that city after a short visit to friends in An napolis. Mrs. William H. Feldmeyer has re turned from Rochester, N. Y., where she has had a visit of several with Mr. and Mrs. Fred. Reidenbach. Miss Claire Martin and her guest. Mrs. Gross, of New York, are now in Berwyn, Md., where they are the guests of Mrs. Griffith. ■ 'mi " ...x “ SOUND HEALTH to many thousands is practi cally a matter of the right use of reliable means of main taining vitality. SCOTT’S EMULSION time-honored and reliable, combines paiatability, inherent virtues and unrivaled efficacy. At the first sign of weakness take Scott's Emulsion. A* It is known every- 'where by the “Mark of Vf.l ! Efficacy”-the Fisherman j> Jf Bovrne,Bloomfield F = : . , "] Do Not Be Disappointed Again This Y ear! We Want Your Order for Baby Chicks at Once We are receiving orders for chicks every day and will not take any more orders as soon as we reach our Hatching Capacity. We want to serve our Friends in Annapolis, and Anne Arundel *! county first. We book all orders in rotation; don’t be the last. We have the following breeds: 1 | SINGLE C. W. LEGHORNS, lj S. C. tt- I. REDS. BARRED 'ROCKS. . ; A posta i C ar* or phone call will bring order blank and circular. Roseckle Poultry Farm, Annapolis, Md. * m 1 j ’Phone. 492-W. j All Work Gmrootood phone 144 ANNAPOLIS TIRE REPAIR CO. 1M WEST STREET Vulcanizing—Tire Repairing—Retreading Ho—y - - Cowtoar Free Air Service * Awt * A tlßES—Miller, Goodrich, Fireatone, Sheridan qfalitt of* watchword * a THE EVENING CAPITAL AND MARYLAND GAZEfTE, ANNAPOLIS. MARYLAND. \\ EDNKSd.-vY. JANUARY *l. IJWV Suffrage Pageant Impressive Affair The Woman's Suffrage pageant, given last night in the State armory. Bladen street, in honor of the members of the Senate and House of Delegates, was carried out in a most elaborate manner by the young ladies of Anna polis who took part in it. All of the nations of the world and States in this country, in which women have the bal lot were .represented by the ladies, ap propriately costumed. The speakers of the evening were quite complimentary in their remarks on the pageant, and it was apparent also that the members of the General Assembly, who were represented, were favorably impressed. Quit a number of the anti-suffragists were present to view the demonstra tion of their opponents. Mrs. William Martin has been enter taining her cousin. Miss Lucille Alex ander, at her Prince George street home. Mrs. J. A. Moody and little daughter, Virginia, of Cedar Park, have gone to join Mr. Moody at fcan Domingo, where he is on duty. After a few clays spent with Miss Marjorie Brewer, on Prince George street, Miss Virginia Hoffman has re turned to her home in Baltimore While in Annapolis Miss Hoffman at tended the play presented by "The Masqueraders." the dramatic organi zation of the Naval Academy. * -Misses Frances Tilghman and Har riet Cockey, of Queenstown, Md., who have been visiting Miss Marjorie Brewer for a few days, have returned to their home on the Eastern Shore. “Flu” Patient At Naval Hospital Harry Schreyer, son of Prof. Henry Sehreyer, well-known musician, both members of the Naval Academy band, was removed yesterday from his home on Main street to the Naval Hospital, where he is now a patient. Mr. Schreyer is suffering from an attack of “flu," which he escaped last winter, but which has returned to af fect many here this winter in probably a milder form. Mrs. T. Hugh Winters^who.has been confined to her home for the past ten days with a severe cold, is now ill from an attack of grip, and has been obliged to cancel all social and musical engagements. Prof. Smith Now On The Mend Prof. C. Alphonso Smith. Head of the English Department at the Naval Academy, who has been confined to his home. Porter Row, Naval Academy, for the past twelve days, is reported to he much improved. Professor Smith’s host of friends are pleased to hear of his convalescence. He has been suffering from a heavy cold. Admiral Fnllaui \ Decorated By Japan Rear-Admiral William F. Fullam, U. S. N., a former Superintendent of the Naval Academy, through the Japanese i ambassador, has been decorated by the Emperor of Japan with the Order of the Rising Sun, and is receiving con gratulations of his friends in this city and Washington, as well as in San Diego, Calif., where he is at present. NOTICE WILL PAY HIGHEST CASH PRICE FOR POTATOES ON FARMS ANYWHERE. WRITE OR PHONE RAYMOND JUNGERS Phone 1803-F-4 P. O. Annapolis, Md. 127 HERE AGAIN Pul in Olive soup. 10c bui;; 11 $1.00; good briar pipes. 35c; ladies’ and gentlemen's waterproof hand bags, special at $2.25; ice and roller skates, all sizes; men's leather gauntlet gloves. 45c. JOS. LEVY 73 West Strtfet rhone 409- M t< FOR SALE Two 1917 REBUILT FORDS, a No. 1 condition, $350 and $.450, tires good, new top; one 1919 CHEVOLET, $650: one ATLAS TRUCK. $375. Apply BEADMORE’S GARAGE. f 9 47 Randall St. Joseph Tarletoc is confined To his ■ home on Prince George street from a bad case of "flu.” * Opened Classes In Oelsarte Miss M. V’. Walsh. 170 West street. ! this city, has sent cards announcing her classes in elocution, physical cul ture and delsarte. Miss Walsh will be remembered favorably in the character sketch of the maid in the comedy drama “Ferguson, of Troy,” given with such marked success some few months ago bv St. Mary's Dramatic Circle. As a teacher. Miss Walsh has also won success here with her classes. Com dr. Donnes Joins Ship Commander John Downes, U. S. N . has joined his ship th# D. s. S. Bridge port, and - during his absence at sea Mrs. Downes and their three children will make their home at Randall Court, this city. Mi ss Leonard, directress of games and recreations for the local Y. W. O. A., returned yesterday from a confer ence of "Y” workers in Pennsylvania. Professor and Mrs. Herbert Shenton and Miss Agnes Wilson were recent; visitors of Dr. and Mrs. Walter Shen ton, of Annapolis. Professor Shenton is of Columbia University, and Miss Wilson is the daughter of the IT. S. Secretary of Labor. Old Friend s areTrae Friends |jPPp|: The man, who loves a dog and j a pipe, has two staunch friends ' JUifi that never fail him in good luck or > > * iTTTP'ffirfSfc ii 1 1 in bad. They give all and ask JfjP tßi 6 - iJir nothing in return. Day by .day *iyy m they become nearer and dearer to him. The man who has not a dog m and a pipe has missed two of £he ! w greatest things this good old world i can give. i Every man who loves his pipe should know Velvet, the one tobacco that brings out all of a pipe’s best and sweetest qualities. ;j Your pipe takes on an added friendliness from ;j Velvet’s choice Kentucky leaf aged in the wood [j , to a mellowness that’s rich and smooth as • i , cream. . Your pipe takes on a mild sweetness that is Velvet’s natural tobacco sweetness. And around you hovers the real tobacco fra grance that all good pipe smokers Never did Velvet Joe say a r “Folks say you can’t buy friend- reckon no man ever had three bet vM • r * ' . ■ >[. .A,-', V * . •" ' r • Mr? Draper, mother of Mrs. H. W\ Burgan. is recovering from her recent |j illness of grip. Major Owens Wintering In Fhila. i Major Arthur B. Owens. U S. M. C retired, with Mrs. Owens, is spending ■ the winter in Philadelphia, where, at their home, at 2314 South 21st street.! they have with them for the season their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and : Mrs. J. Chandler Barnard. Major Owens is a nephew of Col.; James W. Owens, this city j ! With the idea that swords may be beaten into plowshares. Lieut.-Col. Garland Fay. U. S. M. C.. who for a number of years past has been on duty in Washington as inspector of target j practice and detail otfi.-?r, has resigned] from the service and will now devote! his time to farmii# an hi extensive] place in Maryland. Public if<*Uh Nurse Here To Observe Methods Miss Florence Garner, Public. Health Nurse for Frederick and Frederick, coun*v, m spending a few days in Au napeiis observing the vvvrk of Miss; ] fe'ara V. Sutherland, and the efficient: methods employed by the latter in do-j ing the public school work here. This j branch of the duties is new to Miss Garner, who is taking this practical meant to become acquainted with it. Felicity Cove I ink* Washington With Chesapeake 0 p,uild your sunmmer home in FELICITY COVE, vhere the zest of living is increased by canoeing.' boating. sa. it\-I, fishing, crabbing, bathing and all kindred pursuits of set shore and country. FELICITY COVE is located in Shady Side, An.ne Arun del Countv, Maryland, and fronts on Chesapeake Bay ad joining the IDLEWILDE property. Sandy bathing beach. ! beautiful shade trees. !‘l attractive building lots, each con taining .1000 s<j. ft.; 00 minute auto ride front Washington or ANNAPOLIS. Annapolis business men should get behind all local ef forts to increase the VALUE of Anne Arundel County prop erty. Be a BOOSTER for Anne Arundel County, and any business established therein. INVESTIGATE at once. WRITE A. W Andrews, ; President of The Shady Side Development Company, Shady Side, Maryland. b '