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O ? “SINBAD THE SAILOR” < outlawed From (*•• U in th city, am! a'ready the demand lor ats i* cn; all the box reals being; toga; e.l even before the date was get. I I* Ijt \, binned to have a *cort> of charm ing voting ladles of the city act as sake * and u carnation title will also be h< 2d between acts. Th-t Elks w ill spare no effort to • mak< thf production wli worth the mal; admission price and the support of Annapolis Is looked for in this’ •worthy object. \t Week'* Kehcr.rsafo Attention of those i:i the cast is calle s u the fact that rehearsals for next week will be held Monday. Wed nesday and Friday a* 7: :*0 p. ta in tn< Assembly Rooms. As the cos-j turner will be present on Monday night, it is imperative that the etrire’ cast he present for measuremen: *• and arranging other details APRIL TESTS FOR WOULD-BE MIDDIES April exasnina'iors of candidates, for admission to the Naval Academy will t *l;c place cn Wednesday, Thurs day and Fr.idav, April 20. 21. and 22. end will be conducted by the Civil Service Commissions throughout the s coup try at B'a’cd j lace-.. Marriage License TYDIXGB-KlXG—Joint W Tydlngs.j 4S, Annapolis; Margaret A King. 42*. j divan cd, Easiport. Colored , BELLMAN - BIAS Oliver Bellman. 23; Eva Bias. 20; both of South lUver Anne Arundel countv. FRIED CHICKEN DINNER j at Hotel Maryland tomorrow. — ■■■■fiti———^ titye (Etrrk fJlaijhmtfrp TONIGHT —Performances at 7 and 9 O'Clock The Eminent Actor GEORGE ARLISS —in— “THE DEVIL” F\THE NEWS TOl’U'S OF TIIE DAY ADMISSION *2.5 AND 35e. MONDAY JACK PICKFORD —IN— “JUST OUT OF COLLEGE” By GEORGE A Dll. Directed by AL GREEN DON’T MISS THIS COMEDY CLASSIC - " " j It’ll be the happiest day of your Motoring life when YOU try Speedway Gasoline IT’S ALL GAS ! • ] Like the HIGH Gravity Gasoline you bought several years ago with POWER and PEP MORE SPEED MORE MILEAGE! Drive along College Avenue or West Street and fill up at— CENTRAL GARAGE, 100 College Avenue CHANEY LIVERY & TRANSFER CO., 159 West St. PHIPPS Sc COX GARAGE IG3-105 V/EST ST. A. H. WILSON, 31 West St. > * , Should you be down by the water front or cn route to Eastport you can get SPEEDWAY GASOLINE at WALTER CLARK & CO.. Compromise St. \ .si ■ THE PRICE IS RIGHT ” TllL EV t. . ' - "" FAIR AND WARMER IN WAKE OF HEAVY FROST EARLY THIS MORNING ________ I llatb intermingled with rain, dur-, . iug the early Lours of yesterday ! morning and a heavy frost glistening in the rays of Oid Sol .s it peeked i over the horizon this morning. end it ! is April. The early fruit crops un doubtedly will be a complete failure. ' - A better sample of ecrly spring. “ cither is in the offing.' however, ac • cording to the ■ forecas's o l the vre ilk r Itunau. Oynditionx yesterday, were freakish enough to mark time with All Fool's Lay. The heavy ruins tha prevailed throughout Thursday night turned to snow and sleet early yesterday morning, wLh cbiM winds blowing: ireftn out of the north and the ! mercury restoring just a couple ol degrees above the freezing mark. Then tha sun come mu ar.d the air was tempered 'Somewhat. The teiu-i perature rose to as high as 52 degrees at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, and then i - began to descend again, and it gradually dropped until it reached the frezing point at an early hour this: morning i Report's of damages to crops in j var ens sections of the State by the 1 o< Id wave still are being received. No S' ‘'ion t< i to hav escaped the nip pint col A, and farmers generally are eX'ii melv pessimistic as lo the pn j pec of ?h fruit crons Fair and warmer today and tumor- 1 row is the comforting forecast issued by the Weather Bureau this morning. To Preach At Trinity The pastor. Rev. A. E Owens, will f preach on Sunday morning at Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church. South, and the fl< y. Mr. Lambert, of Astury Church. Arnold’s, will occupy the pul -1> *t at night. I Inavy tossers turned BACK BY PENN. STATE \ \ (( aUward Ttmm fw* .) and then Sttibhs came along and! knocked out a to-bagger, scoring'' Pico The score: j PENN STATE Ab It HO A E Merklc. 2b 5 0 11 11 j Korb, t>.s -• 5 11 1 2 0 . Lightn.er, i.f. 4 11 3 0 0 'riltPjr. Ib . 5 0 2 6 0 0 Haiues. c.f 3 0 2 1 0 C . Uvdank. rf 4 0 0 0 0 0 Koehler, 3b 2 1 0 2 3 6 Brumbaugh, c 4 0 0 10 0 0. Millinger, p 4 11 2 0 0. 1 Hare 1 0 0 0 0 O' Totals 87 4 526 6 1 NAVY Ab R 1! O A Ej Harris, c.f :. 4 0 0 1 0 0| pjn:. 2b 3 11 1 0 0j Rawlings. If 3 0 1 0 0 0} Humphreys, lb 3 0 0 5 0 Oj Stubbs, rf. ........ 3 0 2 2 0 0 j , Poole. 2h 4 0 H 11 0 jIP deman. ss 4 0 1 i o 1 Logan c 2 0 0 15 2 C ; Fleming, p 3 0 0 1 0 01 2 Nicmcitr 1 0 0 0 0 f j Totals 30 1 5 27 3 1 ! ! Battf d for Bcdeack in ninth. 2 Batted for Fleming in ninth. Perm State 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0-4 Navy 00 0 0000 1 0 1 Sacrifice hit Hogan. Two-base ; hits- Lightner. Stubbs. Stolen bases ' —Haines, Korb. Koehler. Pino, Hum phreys. Double piay Koehler to Merkie. Struck out—By Fleming. 16: by Millinger, 9 Bases on balls—Off Fleming. 5; off Millinger, 2. Hit by pitcher—Haines, Harris, Rawlings. S*ul bs. Wild pitches—By Fleming. 2; by Millinger, 1. Umpires—Metzler. of Washington, strikes and balls; Stump of Baltimore, on leases. Time. 2 20. MAKE NEW ST. MARY’S SCHOOL MEMORIAL TO CARDINAL IS PLAN The project of erecting the new St. Mary's Jnofjstrial School 'as a me morial to the late Cardinal Gibbons was given added impetus yesterday. The members of the executive com mittee of the St. Mary’s drive for $2,000,000 met at noon in the rooms of the campaign headquarters on North Charles street. Baltimore, and i officially went on record as indorsing the" memorial idea. Bishop Owen B , Corrigan presided and William H. Gideon attended the meeting on be half of Governor Ritchie as acting j chairman of the executive commit ! i t e The sense of the meeting was that ! it would he a fitting tribute to the i late Cardinal to have St. Mary’s In dustrial School stand as a‘practical - memorial to him in Baltimore and | that it would serve for generations! jo come to give an opportunity to : I boys for a liberal education. ■■■■ " 11 '■ j BROWN TO H ANG * > FOR MURDER OF h -NAVAL NURSE I | ifatiuwmi free* P* *3pdge Rose had no al'.ernative, al though he faid he did not want i; • understood that he would hauc acted J otherwise than %e jury. Expert* To Appeal (-*: In ISB9 what v.as known as the Xa vassa Islands murder cases were tried in the Federal Court in Baltimore. There were two or more convictions of murder in the first degree, but it j was said yesterday that the death sentences were later commuted j Attorney Schacpfe said that he ex- ; pected to take Brown's case to the, United States Court of Appeals, di-j reeling his efforts against the adruis j slon into evidence of three confessions i said to have been made by the negro. I Brown, a deserter from tbe ( Navy, j was in need of money to get toj Baltf } more, according to the testimony, and | lay in waiting on the naval cemetery | grounds for somebody whom he mieht t rob. The nurse appeared along ihe j walk and was struck down with 8 ! of iron pipe. She had been at ■ the Naval Academy about three years j and claimed BufTaio, X. Y., as her ] home. FARM-LAND VALUES LOWER, REPORT SHOWS iriiUi.-iil from T *w* JO irfbutcd to the decline in the price of tobacco. In 1320 the average price of plowland in this State was S7O per aero, while this year it is $53. This is a decline of approximately 24 per cent. lowa is the State having the highest price of plow land per acre. The re - port shows that it is valued *at S2OO 'his year, as compared with $213 last vexr—a decline of aloui 9 per cent. Illinois ranks second in the value of nlov land, accotding to the report, the price per acre leing $157. In Alaba ma and Mississippi the average price of plowland per care is $25. The, Western States show the least decline j in prices of land, and in the case of California, Oregon, and Colorado: there is a slight increase over last year. Plowland in California was valued at SIBO per acre last year, while this year 'he average is $135. The report shows that, there was a j rapid increase in the price of land from 1917 to 1920, when the highest price was reached. The decline dur ing the past year is not as great as ;he increase from 1919 to 1920. Land are still higher than auy year preceding 1329. •*“ MIDDIES ELECT MIT AND MAT LEADERS FraijJt Zotti. Jr., of New York City; and C. II I jcwis, of Idaho, have, been | elected captains of the muiahipmen’a boxing and wrestling teams, respec i tively. lor the season o( 1921. The : sailor lads recently completed a most | successful schedule in both branches !of tyis sport without suffering a j single turn back. In fact, they have not been defeated *n the last two ; years. Zotti boxes in the 160-pound ; class and is an aggressive fighter, i Lewis wrestles in both the heavy and unlimited weight classes and is a powerful youngster. This was his first regular season and he came through without a defeat. CHANGE IN COMMAND OF MARINE GARRISON Major Randolph Cole. United States Marine Corps, arrived here today and assumed command of the Marine Corps garrison attached to the local naval station, relieving Major A. M. i Watson, who has been transferred to j the retired list b> rt-asou of physical j disability. Major Watson has left for Washing ! ton where he will make his future home. He is the son of Admiral John | C. Watson, of the Navy, (retired!, the ! oldest living graduate of the Naval j Academy, who was Flag Lieutenant to; | Admiral David Farragut during the! 1 blockade of Mobile Bay. Admiral ! | Watson also resides in Washington. |Big Bargains! As I am going to improve my j slore and must clean out my stock in order to make room, I will offer > to the public the following un usual bargains FOR 5 DAYS ONLY: No. 3 tomatoes. C, cans 57c Sardines, the best. 6 cans 47c; Large size Campbell beans. 6 cans. 59c Karo .syrup (dark) I*4 lb- cans. 6 cans 65c Karo syrup (light) lb. cans. 6 cans 7Hc ! Salmon. pi§k, 6 cans 73c ; Potatoes, the best, bushel 75c Potatoes (for seed) per hundred, SL2S i Rice, the best, 10 pounds 55c (Monkey yeast powder, 6 bottles...J7c j Canned corn, the best, 6 cans 73c There will also be offered other articles too numerous to mention. All below price. j * ! i J. BLOOM 6 FLEET ST. ;.&T. JOHN'S STICK MEN * < VS. MOUNT WASHINGTON j The lacrosse players of St, John s 1 ! College left Annapolis this morning to mc-et the twelve of Mount Washington. Club at 3:30 o’clock. This will be the opening contest of the season for both teams. Both teams have teen engaged at work regularly, for the last several weeks, and indications arc that each will have* strong teams as the season progresses. College Baseball Scores At Macon. Ga —Yale. 7; Mercer. 0. 1 At Washington Georgetown. 5, |j Fordbam. 4 <ll Innings'. At Washington Catholic Utiiver- | iity-Vermont. wet grounds. ! At Charlottesville, Va.—University jof Virginia. 8; Dartmouth. 5 Harden TODAY Charming WANDA HAWLEY “Her Beloved Villian” .Xi.su COMEDY AND “sON OF T.VitZ.XN." MONDAY WAI. DESMOND **Mints of Hell” .X rril-l>loo<l*l Umlmii , .Xl.s() COMEDY REPUBLIC MATINKK D.MI.Y : TODAY ! Cecil B. DeMille’s • 1 ! ruontc tion l! “FORBIDDEN ' FRUIT” i ✓ 9* •Irani* Marptirrron * V Paramount Plcturr ■ XVltli Theodore KoUerl*. Acne* .*jm, KiUUl.vn XVllltam*. ClWfncf Cuiivn, Julia Kare. I'orreil Stan- j Icy. Ttiemlore Ko.lo/T. MONDAY DOUGLAS MacLEAN and DORIS MAY j _IN_ “What’s Year Husband Doing” 1 Added utlrarklon: | KIMH.HAM NEWS AND COMKI>\ Gottlieb’s Quality First Complete Stock KITCHEN UTENSILS I OF ALL KINDS BATH ROOM FIXTURES ! CHINA AND GLASS- i WARE I j = - 11 -r,rrr Full of “PEP" and POWER and ! good for EXTRA MILES. j 11 Fill your tank with™ * I ’ AMOCO-GAS | | 44 That Ideal Motor Fn cl' ! | and notice if your car doesn’t start easier, \ quicker, and be a livelier piece of ma a chinery all around. j jf * AMOCO-GA3 .is probably the largest \ | selling motor fuel on the market today. | understand why when you | i start using it. | I Stop at ihe GREEN pump or zvJ/cr ■ j | ever AMOCO-GAS sign is displayed | J AMERICAN OIL CO. J A General Offices: Baltimore. Mi- * t M ■ "" 1 New Victor Records! I April, 1921 I I H jj u> t n Little House of lore -”.'hie Brash; u , . Serenata (Memories of a Coneoril Ear mCai;,- < ' Hungarian - Hart 1 (I- ■' ,;l * ■• u Hired Cortni Bonn Heir (A Beautiful Kvehi> Hlnseppe It?* I n. i liioCOßdu—Clclb c mar (Heaven and Oo .um Heniuiim'iio (.iuii Oh Marnlßfr Land - Mme. Iliwirr ami Mis- Louise 1! Mi-r - S 0 ( MM‘ Thy Singing. <Mm Fair M John SK ormlck ami Fritz krel-ler • - f| Samson et OalHa—Bncchaßale ? t’tiiluhlpii.a (Mvhesfr.t 1 Stunt) from “The Children's Corner' T—Ooctor Cradns H l*prnssum I’.uro I • Sersel IhxhinanimnY Munrsterio (The iery> Nlta (tuft* g The Merchant of Venire (1) Sliyloch's Speech (2> The Mere) Speech L. II- Set hern mid Julia Marlene ft Cauliar.ln . , , , Arturo Toscanini auil l>a seal t t>r ho-tr.! Serenade (Pit me) Violin Firein /imlmlKt i i | llush-n-Bye. Iljih) Mine , ,si ‘' K " k,r Mummy Bear . Hmc Baker i (Mil Kitenia iinciter (Return \irtr.oiis. Lnry 1 *;•.! ■'l • >1 irsh • 0 pallia rata (My Native Laml> I.ilC) Isahcile Marsh f Carry Tour Cross With a Smile lioilier lloilrhruwr Tell Me the Storj of Jesus Houter Jtotltl:e::ir t| || Valse Erica Saxophone Ku,, > " i*!o**; / jj Sum phobia Saxophone Rmi) W .edonl Home Wain Bines—Med Icy Fox Trot ! * Original Dixieland Jazz liaml t razv Blues —Fox Trot Original IMxlelaml Jazz Ihnnl i Mj 31i nimy . I’i erivss Quartet I mU rneath Hawaiian Skies Albert t nmpbell lri*r> Run Look lor the Silver l ining Film Brown Charles Harrison l Wandering Horae Helen t lurk ( liarlcs Hail She Ches Them 111 the lia! Ha! Hu! Bill) Marraj l l ', Stop! Look! Listen! American Quartet Rose —XlglitluKisle—Medley Fox Trot All Slar Trio assisleil by their Orchestra Tip-Top— Medley One-Step Joseph C. Smllli*- Orchestra I Never Kuevv— Fox Trot Paul Whiteman ami Ills Orchestra ]>o You Fver Think of Mel—Medley To\ Trot laul Whiteman and Hi?. Ord o tr.i * Bright Fycs Medley Fox Trot • I’anl Whiteman and His Orchestra Love Bird Medley Fox Trot Paul Whiteman and lHs Oreoestra I ‘ Sally—Medley Fox Trot Joseph f. Smith s Orrliestru 8 Lady Bill) -Medley Fox Trot 1 Joseph C. Smith s Orchestra 123 125 127 MAI! I ST ■—■■ ■■ ■—i—— M l -"" 1 *' 1 "