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   Cumberland Evening Times (Newspaper) - November 1, 1918, Cumberland, Maryland                              CUMBERLAND EVENING TIMES THURSDAY OCT 31 19X5 GOVERNOR HARRINGTON TO NAMETWO JURISTS Politicians Think He May Not Eetain Judge Keedy Re ported for Poffenberger The Baltimore Suntodny says Harrington is reported among politicians to bo strongly in clined to appoint ThomasA Poffen berger Democrat of Hagerstown as associatejudge of the Fourth Judicial Circuit in place of Judge Martin L Keedy Republican The ssid yesterday that he had no an nouncement to make regarding the matter but he will act within a few davs it is assumed because Judge Keedys term will expire soon after the election He was elected tor the 15year term in 1903 and qualified immediately afterward It is also reported that the Gover nor will reappoint Judge Robert R Henderson Republican of Cumber land the other associate judge of the Fourth Circuit His term expires at the same time as Judge Keedys they having been elected together The re appointment of Judge Henderson and the appointment of Mr Poffenberger in Judge Keedys place it the poli ticians dope is right will be for one vear In the sreneral State election of 1919 judges will be elected for tho full 15year term in both cases There has been little question for 6obie months past that Judge Hender son would be appointed by the Gover nor to serve the interim between the expiration of his term and the elec tion a judge for the full term Tne moctpowerful Democratic leaders in Allegany county are said to have joined Rith members of tho bar and others in urging Judge Henderson s retention The contrary has casein Washington with re spect to Judge Keedy Dr J Hubert Wade chairman of the Democrats State Central Committee and the State organization leader in Wash JttEton said to have takon a vigorous stand against tne retenuuu of Judge Keedy although the latter hasstrong support among Democrats tat the bar Also lie is said to have tafcen an equally vigorous stand in favor of Mr Poffenberger Accordingto rumors which have going around Judge Keedys sit uation before the Governor has not been helped any by the fact that his scii Charles C Keedy was amember of the House in 1916 Mr Keedy did not go along with the Governor and in the special session ne joined the other Republicans in tha House in the fight to force the repeal of the old Wilson Ballot law That fight tied the Governors hands for several days and caused him serious embarrassment Stories have come out of the Governors camp lately that he has recalled the and Mr Keedys part fn it with some show of lingering resentment Ejijicls from the stomuh and bowels tile things that make baby cry in the night motbcr and baby sleep all night ami Kct a Keud rest Cures Colic in ten minutes is a MleuJiU medicine for Diarrhoea Cholera Morhus and Suur Stomach You cant get anything better or ailiiiK pair kkinny unlersizcd babies 25 cenU at durg stores Trial Buttle lREK by mail of JUrs D lahrncy Son llatcrstowu if you uieutiuti this pajicr LETS BABY SLEEP ALL NIGHT CARL WHITE FLYING HIGHJN CANADA Was Up Ten Thousand Feet Learning to Work the Wire less on ar Aeroplane Carl White former student at cersburg son of Mrs Annie 13 AVhltu the late former Mayor Warren C White this city is making rapid prog ress with the Canadian Air Force in which he enlisted several months aso He is stationed ut a Held near Toron to and his training has to do largely with working the wireless while 01 the aeroplane He was up feet the other day Young White could not get into the army on account of his youth and having an intense desire to join the service drifted into where he was accepted He 13 in WRSON ASKS FOR IS 1JUU UU XlUllU I Vll A DEMOCRATIC TRITOWNS TriTowns Oct 31 Death of Abrarn Cmith Abrajn Smith 39 years old died Tuesday night at his homo in Luka altii two weeks illness of piiuuiuoj nla Tho funeraJ services will Uo i held Friday of luruoou llev M A Kay pasior of the Church will oiilclate Interineiit will i o nuule in thu lyouaconiug cemetery He was employedut the Piedmont Foundry and Machine Companys plant 1uke Mr Smith Is i Cousin of Hubert Smith Luko whose death occurred two wueka ago from pneu monia following tlie influenza Ho li survived Ijy his mother Mrs Marga ret sisters Mrs yiiucy Miss Jessie Smith Luke Mis Roy Slioemun Viedmont and two brothers Alexander Akrcm Ohio and Kubert in the service in France Mrs William Rimpey Mrs Mary Rimpey aged 4 years wife of William Rimpey died early thebest of health and lias escaped yesterday morning at the home of her HIP infliipnrn whirh nroviiled at the i daughter Mrs William O Paul Main I tlie influenza vuncn at tin chr aviation camp Young White is the only brother of I Blaine White pres ident of the Queen City Brewing Co MAYOlKOOfm REPLYJOMORROW Side of Western Maryland Hos pital Director in Now Fa mous Controversy with whom sho and her family have lived for many years She had been ill with asthma for about three weeks and though worse the last few ilays her death was unexpected She was born in Germany coining to the United States with her parents about years ago and has lived In or near Frostburg during that time until ten years ago when she came to ernport Surviving arc her husband and Mnrla tarfce daughters Mrs William Paul jMeiae lnd jijsses Stella and pearl Rimpey jMiown Mayor Thomas W Koon announced Howard Gentry Howard the son ot that he had not time today to prepare Mr and Charles Gentry Frank a reply to the statement of the posiiin died Monday of the influenza in tion of the Board of Directors of tho terrnent was Tuesday morning ii Western Maryland in refusing pa1 Philos cemetery The mother is sen dents from tlie City Hospital made ously ill with the same malady in an editorial in the morning th6 editor of which is a member of the Board but he hoped to have it ready tomorrow The reply in behalf of the u boy accidentally threw a Small Fire A small fire broke out in the store of John H Daddysnwn Rock Westoniport yesterday evening when under the caption The Other says Dr Koon at a conference with the directors made a peremptory do match into paper in the cellar Tho fire alarm was given but before the firemen could arrive it was extin niand that the institution forthwith ac guished as it lasted only a few min cept eleven influenza patients from 1ractically no damage was the City Hospital because ihe doctor done but it made much smoke whicU desired the City Hospital to be Explanation was made to Dr Koon thar Miss Hale the superintend attracted a large crowd rhe sick Larry Cricelli Ashfleld street Pied ent was all but physically exhausted J1K1nt who was ill with pneumonia at from duty since months of night and day tne Emergency Hospital is able to Poffenberger isappointed by I duty since the absence of the assistant bp out the is assumed that the superintendent Miss Lee who is Mrs Kalbaugh wife of Dr Z T organization will support critically ill that the few remaining Kalbaugh Piedmont continues ill for the nomination for the full I nurses of the institution were Mrs J next Tear The Republicans i ing every nerve and muscle to minister Westernp j i i i n In tl tin i i innfc rt f ritacan t 1 Tt n have a it is expected the influenza patients at present m f n tween Judge Keedy andFrank 0 Wagaman abrother of Chairman Charles D TVagaman of the State In dustrial Accident Commission As the circuit is heavily Republican the nominee of that party almost certain will be elected Thus it is quite possible that shouldthe Governor dis place Judge Keedy Mr Poffen F McGinfraii Main street slernport is ill with influenza or Robert Clark superintendent of the hospital whom there are JO the rwvon Club Luke who was ill and with the immediate acceptance of jwUh tne influenza nas returned to his 11 additional patients the facilities for I duties caring forthose afflicted with the dis Personals ease taxed to the breaking prjvatp nirn Rovd Timn T PP Vi point A proffer on the part oC the the omce S thl board to immediately accept four of I0rmerl tne omce 01 lne berger the bench foraer will be back a yars absence WOOL Blue wool MiODIES Miudies all sizes values for vdny and Saturday at The Bon Ton 5264 Baltimore St Advertisement 10312t HOW ALTOONA IS GETTING HER LIQUOR An Altoona paper says That the liquor that is making Al toonians intoxicated is coming1 from teumberland was established by aweekend investigation De tective J W Hauser who made a re port to Mayor Charles E Rhodes yes terday following his work According to this report fiftyeight men secured passes on the Pennsy on for Cumberland Every one soon as there were vacant beds in that influenza patients was refused by Dr Koon in characteristic dictatorial fashion with the angry rejoiner All or is with of a brother Miss Elizabeth Nesbitt trained nurse who attended Mrs C E Del linger Westernport who has recov M1S8 Mildred Phillips Piedmont hi resigned her position at the Sav tha I U desire While berland will likely commend mayors solicitude to save the city ex pense for they have patiently waited a long time to see any marked mani festation expense period of a week or 10 days during sorrow during the loss of our son CARD OF THANKS Wetake this meaua of thanking the ition of this saving grace still the people and showing our appreclat of nursing 11 patients for a for their kindness convalescence should not prove such iEdgel a formidable obstacle or deplete the coffers of the municipality to such an extent that its further borrowing capacity may be viewed askance by local banks It Is quite true as the mayor is reputed to state that the Western MaryJand Hospital receives state aid which amount paid upon a per diem of them were used ana the men came basjs for cnarity patients is less than back to Altonna Saturday night with numerous grips suitcases and hand bags all heavily laden and believed to be full of liquor One conductor on an Bast Side line of the Logan Valley informed the de tective that on one trip he was pos itive that he hauled fifty gallons of liquor as the suitcases were exceed ingly numerous The American Hallways Express Company brought to this day 171 packages of whiskey every one containing a quart or more while fifty cases of beer came to this city in that manner all from Cumberland This proves according to the police that the liquor that is causing the ar Mr and Mrs Paul Pazenbaeker Westernport Md WE ARE NOW SHOWING uaois uji vuuruy yausnts is less man m 11 T I one fourth of the total annual cost to 1 r ALL r UU 1 WltAK maintain the The annual net revenue of this hospital is slightly on the debit side of the ledger and has been for AT OVER 350 DEATHS DURING OCTOBER Vital Statistics Now Being Com piled Show an of 12 a Day From Plague The Board of Health is tabulating the vital statistics for the month of I October which ends with today The death certificates are not all in but Reasonable Prices W F KERBER N CENTRE ST MENS AND YOUNG MENS Suits Overcoats The land that the makers are willing to guarantee to the utmost limit to HENRY DORSET ETCHISON I have unbounded confidence in President Wilson I be lieve him to be the hope of America and of civilization If I am elected to Congress I will by both vote and speech do all in my humble power to support him throughout this war and in the period of reconstruction to follow Washington Lincoln McKinley all sought and received the unified support of the American people when this nation was at war It was the matchless Abraham Lincoln who ap pealed to the nation not to swap horses in the middle of the stream and America answered his call Woodrow Wilson has asked America to give him a vote of approval He has asked for the same unity of control in the United States which has made glorious victory possible to America and her brave Allies in FranceIf you believe in President Wilson as I do you will not turn a deaf ear to his recent appeal President Wilson has brought glory to America His superb statesmanship has placed our beloved country in first place hi the world Under his administration we have brought Germany to her knees As commanderinchief of our army and navy he has displayed even greater efficiency than the boasted German military and naval staff No nation in the world has so great a leader America upheld and sustained Washington Lincoln and Mc Kinley America should and undoubtedly will support Woodrow Wilson I pledge myself unreservedly to the people of Allegany county to uphold the hand of our great President To support the administration in peace as well as its war policies I shall never in Congress if I am elected be an obstructionist In an earlier edition of this newspaper I publicly stated my political convictions for war and for peace periods I here affirm that statement If you believe in Woodrow Wilson and desire to support him I respectfully ask for your vote Tuesday Nov HENRY DORSEY ETCHISON Political advertisement published by authority of the candidate This is the season when men must consider the VALUE of the clothing they buy as well as the price they pay Probably that is the reason that more men are buy ing our garments than ever before When you buy a suit bearing the label of famous makers you gfet the best They assume full responsibility that the quality right the style is right and that it will give right service You are absolutely protected by the guarantee of the worlds foremost clothing producers so why experiment with unknown makes when we sell you clothes that guaranteed rest of a number of men Is being tjj0se in jand total wjth 30 brought to this city and is not being j more or less yet to be reported mak bought here i Ins a total for the month of about 357 It has been discovered also that ir The highest rats for one day was Cumberlanc ply of liquor while many men have been forced to wait halt a day to se cure their ON TO BERLIN The Motor Truck makes it possible Investigate our meth ods of selling Address Box 44 Cumberland Md Advertisement SD9tf WHAT OTHEBS AUE DOExG MiM B W enlirri our school She attended ncvot monUx after idiich we placed her In a iraa Uon at 80 a month She received eeveraj promotion and u now getting J1500 a Tear Othara are doing well VThj cant you Full particvlan on mineiit DAY AKD NIGHT SCHOOL OPEN NOW BUSINESS SCHOOL N Ontrc St CatBbefluidt Md It is estimated that in the city and county the deaths for the month will total between SOO and Of tho towns in the Georges Creek region the death rate at Lonaconing for October was greatest although the toll at IYostburg was very heavy The apidemic insofar as Cumber land is concerned seems to be a thing of the past But one death was re ported during the night and there are very few new cases being reported There doubt but that a casu now and then will occur all through the winter but the malady with its terrible human toll is no doubt over EEF CORNED B Our own make Delicious to cook cabbage and potatoes with You get Meats of quality always from Hines Sanitary Cash Meat Market Phone 950 6 S MECHANIC ST COAL STOVES GAS STOVES We are headquarters as usual are low est considering the goods FOR CASHATHE CHEAPEST FOR CREDITTHE EASIEST THE PEOPLES FURNI TURE STORE r JOS H REINHART If I am elected to Congress Tuesday Nov 5 I will by vote and speech do all in my humble power to help our administra lion and America crush and crush forever the foe of the hu man kaiser and his German Henry Dorsey Etchison Political aavorUsment published liy authority of tincandidate YE TOWNS GOSSIP by K is the newest brightest feature printed in any newspa Iper You can read it every day I on the editorial page of the New York American I Advertlsemont Highest Ouality Music Rolls WITH WORDS Missouri TiHz Hush a By Ma Baby O Promise Me Tust Before the Battle Mother Suv a Prayer for the Boys Out Keop tho Home Fires Burning Carry Me Bnck to Old Virginia Kiss Me Again Xows to Mother My Belgian Roan When You Come Back Smiles Arc You From Heaven La Liberty Bell Oh Frcnchy nil Trenchy A Perfect Duy SHOES THAT WIN IN A WALK Tho four pMiifs you consider In Imy IIIH footwear itrc brought out to your siulsfarticm In our prcHent very beat emu fort able nistl the uu givingyou renl fnelory nhoc service nt the minimum cost tier day MENS DUESS SHOES TO BALTI5JOIU3 STREET Thousands and Thousands boxes of Sodynes have been sold over our counters and box did Its work The work of Sodynes is to cure the Grip sud den Colds and Neuralgia If they did not do the work do you think that we would have sold so many boxes Sure not If you are afflicted trythem They will work for you as they havo for Made and sold by J Geo Hermann Pharmacist J P WIESELi 133 Baltimore Stratt CUMBERLAND MARYLAND Luxurious Hudson Cars AT YOUR SERVICE PHONE 362 Hudson Taxicab Company WE DO NOT SAY COOKING IS EASY Cooking is hard at its best But a good bit of the drudgery could be eliminated if your kitchen was fitted up with a Bengal GasCoal or straight coal Come a 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