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Cumberland Evening Times (Newspaper) - November 2, 1918, Cumberland, Maryland THREE NEWS PICTURES iDt VA UAMF MAl ARMIES SAVE MILLIONS BY AVERAGE EACH MONTH IS WORK GIVEN THOUSANDS In One Month 267 Different Ar ticles Were Tireless Cooker to Under skirts PEACE NOW ANOTHER WAR IN TENYEARS THIS IS KNAVISH PLAN OF NEW HUNJARTY NOW IN One German Officer Held Pris oner Says Armies Will Get to Paris Later CAKL rff LleWtnccht the German socialist released from prison is idolized by his followers He is likely to be a big figure in any revolutionary move ments in Germany The Empress of Germany is 1HV Wars certainties are wearing on ier said whether or not they result in ner death she is broken In Count Andrassy new carian foreign ministor succeeding J3urian is a leader of the forces which are crying for an early Vote for Elcfiison for Con Tuesday Nov 5 and by so voting you will cast your vote for a man who will uphold Pres ident Wilsons hands Doth dur ing the war and during the authortiy of the RV UPWARD M THIERRY v trench City Nov armv salvage depots In France save close to a month for the people back home who are footing the war bill Ths depot in this town alone last month salvaged more than S2SOO000 war r July the savins totaled and in August it was over More than persons are em ployed at the local salvage depot in cluding women a large part of them French and Belgian refugees 700 Frenchmen and the balance Amer ican soldiers In one month 267 dierent articles were the way from one fireless cooker worthto to 540 571 undershirts and drawers worth S39S 000 Four cheese graters worth 60 cents were salved one month Also 45 cake turners worth 10 cents apiece The same month saw the rehaollita tion of 800 oil gasoline and wood stoves worth f Ice Tongs And Bath Towels There were 32 ice longs worth 24 and 30 bath towels valued at meat cans worth and 5 161 steel helmets that cost 483 and G24 trench shovels valued at as well as canteens worth soup kitchen wagon tnat cost the government 500 was remade at a cost of Materials cost prac tically ndthing Ditto the labor fur nished by prisoners Out off 72 broken battered and rus ty ovens 59 new ones were made Miles of stove pipe always heavycasualties in stove pipes in field kitchens aremade new by a treatment of lye water and muratlc Old Bones And Burlap Saved Old bones are boiled and the grease Is shipped away and made into hib ricants Flour sasks are made into towels burlapthat wrapped around quarters of beef is made into shoddy clothing for German prisoners or like potato sacks it is made into sandbags Wood and nails from packing cases go into barrack buildings Old wire cans are mashed into pulp taken to a smelter plant and the solder and tin are salvaged Woven bamboo once used as tea and coffee cases were in one instance made into a fencearound a prisoner stockade It would have required a hack saw to cut through that fence and strings of barbed wire onetimo entanglement in No Mans Land made the top unnegotiable In one month depot sal vaged flour bread and worth Campaign Hats Become Slippers When steel helmets are issued to the soldiers their cutofdate cam paign hats absent here and cut up I and fashioned into clippers for hos pital convalescents In one 1 795 slippers worth S44S were made Three blankets In all came into the salvage depot one morning WSthiu 15 hours they had been laundered sterilized inspected repaired and loaded into a train bound for the front That process saved the government for most of the blankets had been discarded as permanently The sa vage depot had made them like pa using the few that couldnt be repair ed as patches for others Shoes beyond repair are shredded into shoe laces Cotton and wool rags arebaled and sold to the British government in England the wool rags are rewoven into uniforms and the cotton goes into the manufacture of explosives Rubber Vulcanized Rubber boots are vulcanized like automobile tlres Pieces of ruined ponchos and raincoats are lised to re pair the rubbercanvas water bags that carry water to the soldiers pgl haversacks ctujtoon covers cartridge belts and gasmask covers are repaired on machines that cut and sew button holes fn ona operation Shoe soles are put on by machines each with acapacity of 250 pairs an Some of the other things salvaged are mess kits knives forks spoons meat cleavers axes fleld ranges saws kettles meat grinders water tanks wheelbarrows bridles brooms buck ets saddles tents cots horseshoes lamps lanterns leggins flicks slick ers tent stakes hat cords gloves forges milk cans wash basins scab interminable list including of course clothing of all descriptions DR JOHN JUDY DEAD Petersburg W Nov John Judy died nt his home here last Sunday pneumonia Ho was bom at Peni Hardy county and for n number of years llvod at Moorefleld whero he was postmaster Iater hs ittondcd medical college and locate the practiceof Ins Paris France Nov zation in Germany is widespread But it isnt so complete that the craity nun liium v jr ricks and international knavery in he midst of the demoralization There is a new party in Germany with many members Itsx slogan Peace another war later Proof of the spreading propaganda in Germany in favor of a peace drive to cover preparations for a second world warcomss from many sources M Henri Galli a French deputy representing Paris has returned from a visit to the French armies operat ing in the Champagne He saw thou gands of prisoners and talked with many of them I have questioned the German M Galli said I have hoard their confessions of demorali zation in Germany U0ne young German how ever told me that without doubt tho I HUN army could not get to Paris this that the Germans get there ten years from now I M Oalll declared the Geirnaa army of today cannot be compared with that of the first two yearsot the war The French soldiers on the other hand are in much better shape than over before and they possess a vast quantity of material which they did not have in 19J5 In 1915 the deputy said our at tack in the Champagne had to be stopped despite the splendid courage of our troops after the most terrific losses This time tho positions were i captured and our losses were rela Thov tnn times in the first battle of Cham j 31 Calli was full of praise for Gen eral of this re gion has but one arm but its as good as any mans twoagainst HUNS YANKS ARE NEAR MULHAUSEN Endorse the President show i him your confidence in his lead ership and grant his request by i voting for Etchison for Con Iffress Tuesday Political advcrtisment published W authority of the candidate Just across the border in Alsace within range of American longrange guns is Mulhausen which may be the iirstGerman Sty to fall into the hands of the Yanks This is a view of the pub lie square 99 MINES CLOSED DOWN FOR WRONGS Thirteen additional coal mines have been closed down by the Fuel Ad min stratlon for the failure to comply with the clean coal program It was announced This makes a total of 99 mines prohibited from either ship pine or mining coal The closing down orders were based on reports of Inspectors showing that coal from these mines was of such poor quality as to be useless STATE DISCUSS PROPOSED CODB eyser TV KNov annual meeting of the West Virginia Educational Assdcatlon will be helfl at Wheeling Novembetf 27 2S and 29 For several months a atate commis sion appointed by the State superin tendent of schools M B Shawkey has been at work drafting a proposed ed ucational code for West Virginia and this will be summitted at tho meeting to be held at Wheeling The follow ing will address the convention on this code State Superintendent C E Kendall of New Jertsey State Superintendent Shawkey President F B Trotter of the West Virginia University L C Anderson of Welch President Joseph Rosier of Fairmont State Normal Superintendent Otis G Wilson of Fairmont Other speakers who have accepted vHaHrm to address the association Robert McElroy educational i director of the National Security Lea gue and professor of history at Prince ton Dr C P Colgrove president of Upper Iowa University Earl Barnes of Philadelphia and Presi dent John A Keith ol Indiana Stato Normal Scvhool A new feature win be the assembly singing which will be in charge of Dr Hollls Dan head of the Ithaca School of Music and author of the Dan Sys in use in the schools of West Virginia EveryPtdutv TetlsaStory strong back Use Doans Kidney Pills help you Bad Back IN THESE critical times every ones best is badly needed But you can t do your best if half crippled with a lame achingback If you suffer with constant bachache feel lame weak and allplayedout have dizzy nervous spells and fits of toyour kidneys You cant do tormac as without well kidneys Doan s have helped thousands of wor Read These Cumberland gU en February Hamlltton added Since KUJiiev Pills cured me of backache and other I lave been in good health STREET T V Flnan citv Dept B S2Cumbcrand St It hot Kh i used a dozen different medicines and my kidneys still tibthcrod me I had in the Bladder 1 caught void t ty P SO Gav street says I got down with work sriUXGDAMS STBEET Mrs H M Swain 112 Sprlngdale street says I was so had off with kidney trouble ray feet and hands swelled and puffy sacs camo under my eyes Mr Kid neys didnt act just rlght My back felt like an aching tooth and was weak I couldnt do my housework When T stooped over my back was so lame I could hardly stralBhUBand I was dizzy headed I ft t as If I was eolng to fall Four boxes of Doan s Ivldnej Pills rid me of all the symptoms and pains 1 use them now as a preventive and enjoy good vl m Mrs J B Hosier 366 1 Mr kidneys acted irregul swelled There wurc i put When I stooped my back and I found It hard to st spells and felt as If 1 wo ucross tho my la Doahs Kidney Fills trom Cl and the left and my Kl swelling also disappeared DEALT f C L Mignot railroad fft says At different times hroucrh on by exposure an neys The jarring and jolt me too 1 have used Doan at Win 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