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Eurmug Capital
Katabliah*) 1884.
UD MARYLAND GAZETTI
ir/7.
ANNAPOLIS. MD.
Publlthed I>ally Except Sunday by
rnE CAPITAL PUBLISHING COMPANY
THE EYKNI.NO CAPITAL
la on aa!e at tUe following placet:
G+*, tr* W. Jones 164 Main Street
WUUIUB tfe1iu1tz*.........,..34 West Street
fieorge J. !>avis 74 Maryland Ave.
Chaa O. JYlduieyer 06 Maryland Are.
It K. Arniatroug, Cor. Randall A King <Jeo.
WlUlaxu Laker Waat A -Catbedral Sta.
Delivered in Annapolta, Eaatport Gr
mme own and West Auuapolla by carrier
for 46 oetita per month.
Yon ran hare the EVENING CAPITAL
- * nailed to y’tt when awair from the city
by icaviug your name and adrtreaa at the
effl'e. for 40 cfent# per month; $0 06 per
gear, payable In advance, to any poatofllce
In the tuiled State# or Canada.
Entered at Annapolla Poatofflc* aa
Second-Claaa Matter.
Mam ter at Tba Associated Prtti
The Aeaorlatrd Press la ei'dn
glrely entitled to the tiae for re
fmblh-atlou of all new# credited to
t or not otherwise credited In
tide paper and also the local news
- published herein. All rlirhta of
ra - publication of apeelal dis
patches herein are alao reserved.
TITKSDAY, NOVK.MHKU 1. 1921
Democratic Ticket
Yu r Stale Cpnptnileri
WILLIAM 9. OOHUY. JR.,
Of Salisbury.
• <t*
fur House Of Delegates:
JAMKS F BALDWIN,
DOIISKY J. DUNLAP,
W MEADE HOLLA DAY,
ALLAN BOWIE HOWARD,
GEORGE E. RULLMAN.
For Sheriff:
R HARRY ARNOLD.
;i —:
For Uotinly Treasurer:
C. ALBERT HODGES.
W
H' Tor foniiljr Csinmlssloners:
R. WILSON CARR,
JP Fir3t District.
{' BT. GEORGE BARBER,
[J. Second District,
f* WEEMS R DUVALL,
g' Third District.
HOLLAND P. WATTS,
T Fourth District,
g C. H. FULTON KELLY,
Fifth District.
JAMES A WALTON,
Sixth District (Annapolis)
JOHN W. SHERBERT,
Eighth District.
AN EASY (’IIOICF FOR AN\F
L AKINDFL
■ Tn his speech at the EUzev farm
<6n West River last Saturday.
Governor Ritchie trace a very im
pressive review of the construc
tive record of the Democratic
party in the State during recent
years and then pointed *to “reor
ganization" as the paramount
issue of the present campaign.
This “reorganization.” as explain
ed by him. is the plan for the re
organization of the Administra
tive departments of the State gov
ernment of Marylaml and for the
reduction of the number of elec
tions in Maryland, as formulated
by the Commission appointed by
the Governor last Spring, and
which plan was adopted by the
whole Commission on September
*llth. This Com mission was com
posed of more than 100 represen
tative men and women, selected
from every section of the State,
with Judge X. Charles Burke, one
of the foremost men of Maryland
and until recently a member of
the Court of Appeals, as its
chairman. That this plan will
promote efficiency in State gov
ernment is generally conceded:
and as to economy, it is estimated
that it will effect a sa\ing to the
taxpayers of approximately $500,-
000 a year.
This is what the Democratic
party offers as the paramount
issue of the campaign. Contrast
ed with it'. Mr. Metzerott. the Re
publican candidate for Comptrol
ler and who is the chief spokes
man for that side, insists that in
creased representation for Balti
more City in the Legislature is
“the real issue of the campaign."
In a speech in Baltimore last
Thursday night he is reported a>
saying: “1 have spoken in all
twenty-three counties and 1 have
not hesitated to tie up my can- j
didacy firmly w ith increased rep- j
fomentation for your city. In only i
two of the twenty-three counties
have I heard any sign of objec
tion. Not only am I for it but all
the Republican candidates in the
counties are for it."
He is not quoted as saying whe
ther or not Anne Arundel was one 1
of these two oposing counties, but
Mr. Metzerott is too experienced
it politician and has too much per
spicacity U* misjudge conditions
in this county, especially with the
Annexation fight fresh in his
jnemory.
Xo matter how other sections
Inf the State may feel about it. the
people of Anne Arundel do not;
| accept increased representation
for Baltimore City as “the real
issue of the campaign.” If there
were a referendum on that partic- *
ular question here, it would be
overwhelmingly defeated. About
this there can he no serious doubt.
\\e are in the position of a com-'
munity which is having “insult
added to injury,” in that having
five square miles of our richest
territorv and §25.000,000 of tax
able basis taken from us: against
our protest, this very act of con
fiscation is now offered as the!
basis for giving'more power to
the confiscates This, too, in the
face of the vehement protest of
Baltimore Citv’s leading spokes
men at the time annexation was
alxmt to be put over, that the ac
quisition of more territory by the
city would not be followed by a
demand for increased representa- •
turn, because of increased terri
tory, as the opponents of annexa
tion alleged would happen.
Now we are face face with
ttie condition that was foretold,
and we have no doubt that the
majority of the voters, of this
county will find full justification
in accepting the reorganization
plan for economy and efficiency in
State government as an issue
paramount to giving Baltimore
City 5 more senators and JL-J
more members of the House of
Delegates, and that their verdict j
at the polls on November Bth w ill
he registered accordingly.
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THE UNIVERSAL CAR
Ford Delivery Cars arc used in fleets by many
of thq largest business firms of the country.
This because the Ford Delivery Car has solved
the problem of safe aff# quick delivery with the
smallest possible expense. Easy to understand,
easy to drivg, and durable. A faithful servant
giving years of faithful service. We can give
you any style of body you-want. One thing is
sure —every retail merchant will make money 'Ti
byHiaving a-Ford Delivery Car. Come in. Let’s
talk it over.* \Vc assure you genuine Ford,
service with genuine Ford parts.
* T ‘' .' ‘ ’ %•> *; V * j
Colonial Motor Co.
240-8 WEST STREET
LOUIS B. MYERS. Praiident ,
|
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A lore Bread H i// fit You Bor a
I .ofig Hca/t/ifid Life
For bread contains more food value than other
foods.
Bread is a body builder and energy producer.
GOOD BREAD
I . !
is delightful because of its tastiness. And its in
gredients make it a real aid to long life.
Eat more bread and make Good Bread your
favorite brand.
Opcti For Inspection
SNYDER BROS.
EASTPORT, MD.
PHONE 63-J
. - i
THE EVENING CAPITAL AND MARYLAND GAZETTE, ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND, TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 1. I^L
i
Jud Tunkir.s pays the reason some
orators have so much respect for the
name of George Washington Is that it
is always good for a round of ap
plause.
ITT Tills OFT—IT IS WORTH
MONEY
Cutout this slip, enclose with 5c and
mail it to Foley & Uo„ 2835 Sheffield
Ave.. Chicago. 111., writing your
name and address clearly. You will
receive in return a trial package con
taining Foley’s HonFy and Tar Com
pound for coughs, uclds and croup;
Foley Kidney Pills Mr pains in sides
and hack; rheumatism: backache, kid
ney and bladder ailments: nnd Foley
Cathartics Tablets, a wholesome and
thoroughly cleansing cathartic for
constipation, billinnsneis. headaches,
and sluggish bowels. — (Adv.)
RII.FYS LI TTFRS OF VWU’OLIS
AT ADVENT OF THE NAVAL
ACADEMY
Subscriptions will now be received
for Riley s Letters on "Annapolis at
ihe Advent of the Nava! Academy/’ in
book form, bound in cloth. Price $2.
mailing charges to lie added. Send
subscriptions to Elihu S. Riley, P. O.
Box 24. Annapolis. .Md.— (Adv.)
NOTICE!
ROOFING. SPOUTING. FUR
NACE AND SHEET METAL
WORK
O. N. ANDREW
282 FOI'JtTII ST. EASTPORT, MI).
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List Of Candidates
OFFICE OF THE
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF ELECTIONS
FOR ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY. MD.
Annapolis. Md., October ‘U. HD 1.
In compliance with the provisions of Section 40. Article • of
the Code of Public General Laws of Maryland, the Supervisors of
Elections herewith certify to and publish the following nominations
to office, w hich have been duly certified to them by the Secretary of
Mate, as to State offices, as provided in said Act.
As to Countv offices, as determined by the Primary Election
held September !>th, 1021. and as certified to by the Republican State
Central Committee for Anne Arundel county, as provided m the
Primary Election Law. Section 188, Acts of lb!'.*.
The election upon raid nominations will he held on
Tuesday, November 8, 1921
POLLS OPEN FROM 6 A. M. TO 7 P. M.
CANDIDATES FOR COMPTROLLER OF THE TREASURY
(Vote for One)
W ILLIAM S. GORDY Democratic
Wicomico County
ROBERT L. LONG '■ * \ Labor
Baltimore City . ■ •
OLIVER METZEROTT \ \ Republican
*♦ Prince George County • • m'-.,;*
CLARENCE 11. TAYLOR “ V Socialist
Baltimore City
CANDIDATES FOR MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS FOR ANNE
ARUNDEL COUNTY
(Vote for Seven)
ST. GEORGE BARBER • Democratic
R. TILGHMAN BRICE Republican
R. WILSON CARR Democratic
BENJAMIN COLL IN SON V„ Republican
WEEMS R. DUVALL Democratic
SAMUEL JONES Republican
C. H. FULTON NELLY Democratic*
\\ M. G. LEHR Republican
WJLLIAM 11. MORELAND, Republican
JOHN W. SHERBERT . --, s ; jj Democratic*
' ) AMES A.. WALTON . DejnWratic
l ildLLANij' !’/ W ATTS ’• Democratic
! DISNEY WOUf#, ARD. JR. ’’ jj Republican
CANDIDATES FOR MEMBERS OF TH#HOUSE OF
DELEGATES FROM ANNE ARUNDEL
T 'J: COONTY
.. (Votfe for Five)
\) J.'\. \\ . AN I )REW S Republican
| \wf|. -4 p* BAT.DW IN* ’ •• *'• *. Democratic
GEORGE A. BASIL Republican
I. FI.ETCHER BULLEN :E Republican
DORSEY J. DUNLAP jp DemV'rittic
MEADE HOI.LADAY (i> Democratic
ALLEN B. HOW’ARD ’ Den^patic
PI (1 LIP MORGAN Republican
GEORGE E. RULLMAN ’’ Democratic
MILTON J. TURNER Republican
CANDIDATES FOR SHERIFF OF ANNE
ARUNDEL COUNTY
(Vote for One)
■ R. HARRY ARNOLD Democratic
I HARRY T. LEVELY Republican
CANDIDATES FOR TREASURER OF ANNE
ARUNDEL COUNTY
(Vote for One)
C. ALBERT HODGES , Democratic
CHARLES E. REMSON Republican
JAMES F. STRANGE, President.
" ” JAMES-S. SMITH,
WILLIAM 11. MEADE.
\ H
Supervisors of Elections for
Anne Arundel County, Md.
CLINTON S. SHAWL Clerk.
October 25, 1 '•>? 1.
~ / ~ I ...1- = 1
Strength, Security and Service!
0 7
FOR 116 YEARS THIS BANK HAS SERVED THIS j
COMMUNITY FAITHFULLY AND WELL AND
OFFERS UNSURPASSED FACILITIES FOR j
TRANSACTING EVERY DESCRIPTION OF !
BANKING BUSINESS.
I Assets Over . . $2,500,000,00
WE'PAY 4% INTEREST ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
i AND 2% ON DAILY CHECKING BALANCES
OVER SSOO.
THE ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN ANNE ARUN
DEL COUNTY.
... THE ...
Farmers National Bank
j j OF ANNAPOLIS, MD.
mortgage s sale
—or—
VALUABLE PROPERTY
>it iiatr an thr Northwest Ml> of riuimi*-
-.on Street. \ xunpoll*. Mil.
liv vtrine of Hn> 1" 1 '! j
BUthority contained In •*> r, .’Vr ‘
Harry O. Uui' and will . date. tin- -* ,
rtnv iif xXctober. lirJO. recorded :xni. .tr Hi.
Laud Kevrods of Anne Antudel .ouum* in
i iln r W X. W Ni>. -V s . folio "1 I will;
offer in t'f.lxH. s il*' < !l ’- ,'' oli ,V 1 V“ ! ' •
door, in tin- Oily of Auimpo :s. Maryluml.
®“ i
Thursday, November 3, 1921.
A; tl O'lMo. K A. M.
Ml ilial lot of ground Fltu.lt*>. 011 Uc>
noYthwost sill.' of rixonipsou street An ■
mi,Mills, Maryland. with II front IS tm-re |
on of 40 t<s>i and :x uniform xlt>i>t!i .1 id'
fox>t ; xh'tdgUJXted a* No. 14 of i'-l" It ”1' on
Melvin's Plat of Murray 11 111, :.ml .lUiniig ,
iho aforesaid I xnd tf*>< or. •* in l.ilxer >. j
No. 1. folio 17. lnn>rov.>.l by .i slliiw]
1 I vi'Kl.!.l N(J. numbered :‘l K.di.g :l>o j
same property whllx v. * . .mv.yi.i to the
siiid llw '*• itu<> ami '.'ii. I* v Uolih
i>,,iubs i.iiil wife. s>y 'had dated " lober
os. \>vm, recorded among in- alort-ai.l|
I.mid The rds i:i Libor W. X V, . No. ■*.*. j
' Subject to a !ii t t.t0r,•.>..>..'• of 5.:.."i mh ■
TKICMS OK SALK. One ha'i sli on
ratlfix'Mlion of tlu> sah>. and tlm balrt). ■■>> to
In- paid in six months or on - yoar. at lb
option of tUr pur< baser or pr.toli .sor t : do i
forrod i'llvmoiits in hoar intc:e*l and m
ho secured to tin- .satisfaction of tin
undersigned : or all cash. oil In. ratjth
of till* Si!l® at tho o|di 11l of •no'pi.r. Ii *vr
or |iiiri>hasors. A deposit ot Sg.itX.Od "ill
ho roMUirod of tli<> pill. li.isor or pur
rliasors ott tin* day ol s.i!*. laxoa to ho
adtus*i>d to day of salo.
For furtUvr purtioul.-trs. apply to
WIN SUN G. tit ITT,
Attorney named in Mortgage.
las' lilil;;., Aniiapolis, Jld.
WILLIAM IT. MtiSS,
Auotlonoor.
Palmer Engine
BENJ. E. SARI.ES
AUEKT
Plump 60 Ml Annnpollfl, Md.
E. 0 LEAGUE
ROOFING
Spouting, Sheet Mftul itfn't) Mate Work
STOVES AND FURNACES IN MTALf.RH
~ ’ AND REPAIKEU
pnosif bi-w
W. B7&A. Electric
Railroad,
MIJMITY TERMIN U S
J .. *^r—
Half-Hourly Service Morning end Kwtit|
Between Annapollvf, JhjlHmore aud
Washington all d f’Anp Meade
(V* aenliiKloii 'And Cniip Meade
iisep.Mgere ohongo rtt Naval
A'ftdemy Jauctlon.)
LEAVE AMNArOUS
Went HtreytStetl.jn
5.10, x 5.50, f 1.20, 6.50, 7.50, i ? 50. * 20. t ?'>
>0.20. 11.20, A. 12.20, 1.20, 2 20 3 20.
•4.20, x 4.), 5.20, xU.2O. 7.00, P. 20, 10.20.
1J.20, I>. M.
Leave Naval Academy Gate 10 minute*
earlier; State House Station, Bladee
Street aud College Avenue, aeven (7)
mliiutea earlier.
Connecting at Odenton with I*. R. It.
ANNAPOLIS SHORT LINK HIV.
lilaiten [Street (Station
5.30 A M , and every half hour on th?
hour nud half hour till 7.00 I’ M.. Ilieti
ot 8.00, 9.00, 10.00. 11.00 anil 12.00 I*. M
LEAVE It A I,T IM O K4!— XV .. 11. ft A.
n. 38, x7:sr>, s.co, 9.35, 10.35. 11.35. a. At
12.35, 1.35. 2.35, 3.25. x' 05. 4.35. x 5.05
6.35. 6.35, 7.35. 9.35. 11.35, I*. M 12.35
A. M.
All tralna receive or dl*i>barge paanenger*
at lor-a! points tietween Annapolis aud
Naval Academy Junction and at Hiiip
ley and* Lintah uni on signal.
ANNAPOLIS SHORT IJNK IIV.
Liberty Street Station
5,20. 5.50, fi.2t) A. M., and every half hour at
2u and .Vi minutes nf'er Mie hour lilt
6.20 I*. M„ then t 7.20, 9.20, ; 20. 10.20
aud 11.20 I*. AI , aud 12.20 A. M.
LKAVE WASHINOTOPt
6 00. 6.45, 8.00, sO.OO, 10 00, 11.1*0 A. M., 12J40
l.tS). 2.00, 3.00. 3.30. si.oo. 4..*a1. 5,00,
6.00, 7.fsj, 9.ts;. ll.(S) r. M.. 12.10 A. M
x—Hally except Sunday.
For tickets snd Information apply at our
i-lty ticket office*: Wist Street Station
State House Station. College Avenue and
Bladen Street; 'artel Hall. Maryland
Hotel.
Houses For Sale!
BARGAINS.
i own too many houses t>> give proper
attention to each one. and therefore I will
sell about forty that are scattered about.
They are dear of encumbrance, and have
goml titles. Any thrifty man. who desires
to own his holm*, may hny one for s2tal.lpi
to $500.00 c::sli. the balance by siua'l
moutixir payments, i mention: —
21-23 Last St.. 5 rooms, each 81.5*si
s*2 Sj.a lioad. 0 rin.m*
3.27 West St„ i rooms a:.d hath.... 3.txno
West St . 5 rooms, each I.WP)
Cedar park <’• looms. large lot 1
54-5*5 Cornhil] St., '! root.:*, cacti....
Brick Yard Hill. 6 house.- Bargain.
592 Sevmi 5 rooms, large lot..
Store and dwelling. Severn Are.... l.fion
I*3) Fifth St., 5 room* I.Bll**
I*>s liJtli St., t; ioo.ii* and hath .... 2.>‘
If* and 11 Severn Ave. C rooms, each.. 12.40**
WALTER H. HART
nl’i-tf
a7W. PHILLIPS
Contractor and Builder
JOB WORK
Weather Strips for Doors nnii Windows.
PHONE 643-55
101 CHARLES ST.
.
A?wouncei?ie?it
DR. H. HOLLAND
BURGEOM CHIROPODIST
Has re-opem-d his olYtrp at
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i occur. Prole* i your h ■
clothing, book*, j*w*>lry. ■
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Heal Ksfrilc K ln*nr;il
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INSURANCE COMIANf < t A ■
NOTICE is hereby k • r_t> ■
tl.s policyholdvrs of T/IL : ! . . ■
INSURANCE COMI’AM ' ■' -■
♦ill be held at the IT m- OfTm; Lei
pany in the City of N< ■'•. *‘ * , H
Monday, the Fifth day !!>>■■ ■
fwelva o’clock noon, fr i I
ing four peraoiu to be voted f •
hidders* Truatee as nxenxher* ■
Directors at the anrual -i‘ r * ':. ,ji ■
of the Company, to be h-id on ca ■
of January. 1922. , . ,• • B
*aAt such meeting evrry p< ■
corporation who is of the ay.* • ~ ■
years or upwards and whose V ■
1 in forco for at least one y. ar I • i“; ■
MttitUdtoemstone votem per ' ■
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ICO GLOUCESTER >l Kff y ,
COXTHU TOir ANI> r> * l, ~fE I
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