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Cumberland Evening Times (Newspaper) - November 5, 1918, Cumberland, Maryland tifflB DORSBY ETCHISON Of County Tueiday ATttrnoon Nov 5 modem times wended WltiX JMW pi CG3XCCJS T In defense ol the the feudal lords central ization absolutism divine right grevr up among the descendants of the bar barian Invaders of the Roman Empire Louis the SunKing was a famous specimen of the absolutist autocratic Stateembodying divine King The French Revolution was the French answer to the notion and the practice of uncontrolled power in the ruler of a State The English Revolution was tho answer to Jauies insistence on arbitrary sway and the divine right of the sacred King j The Romanoffs stuck to this anti quated form Nicholas II expiated bis own errors and those of his pred ecessors The peoples of Russia are blindly striving to recover from the darkness the ignorance tho helpless ness social and political in which autocracy left them Karl of Austria Hungary is gone AustriaHungary is gone Wilhelm reviving fatuous ly pretensions and a theory of gov ernment which only the most docile and drilled of peoples would ever have submitted to is condemned The Hohenzollern must follow the Haps burg and the Romanoff In a time of steam and electricity and popular education when quick communications the transmission of ideas the Intercourse of nations are making the world one instead of a series of isolated and thoughtimpenj etrable compartments when the rights of the many of the majority crush the pretended sole authority of the autocrat the Russian Austro Hungarian German absolutisms were doomed The many have conquered j the one No tenth begetter of a foolish the beloved Prussian Crown Prince for keep his hold on power Democracy has smashed autocracy With a great price with suffering and disaster immeasurable has thej world been redeemed from with all its injustices iniquities and intolerable ambitions Henceforth the people rule Theirs are the power and the unshirkable MELAN is about to open situation be met prudently What Can You Bring To Your Home That Will Mean More Than Good Furniture NEWS OF SERVICE MEN HOME AND ABROAD responsibility And democracy is the rule of the peo ple not of one class i j BRIEF OBSERVATIONS j I t H else tries jto tell us the Organization Ja Which Headquarters 79th Division on Octowho left for Camp Meade on May 28 ber commenting on the perform and sailed for France July 5 HO ance of duty by the 304th Supply i seems to hava gotten into active ser Train of which Private Morrisey is a very quickly He his mo COMMEND SUPPLY TRAIN FOR EXCELLENT WORK member during recent operations It was signed by Charles B Moore i LieutenaritColonel US and W T Ili Price Major U S A j The letter in part says The commading general 79 th Di the Its all over but the shooting A firing squad and certain Boche brutes will have an appointment shortly in Potsdam palaces backward Munich is likely to wake up some morning soon and find an AngloItalo FrancoSerboGTecoArneriban army at its gates Morrissey Belongs Praised Officers the manner in which the officers and men of the supply train performed their duties in driving trucks over ther Mrs Alice M Albert brothers Edward and George and sisters Mrs A V Pollack Misses Irene and Louise all of this city Lieutenant John II U S Navv is in this city city on a furlough First Lieut VernetM Bohn Soaltifc W a nephew of Mrs David J Lewis whose father formerly lived on The first thing for attention and consi era tion is more houses Men of financial Mrs Carl J Morrisey has received I tjons to orsanlzatiuiiss and at the I a letter from her husband Private cioss of operations were able to bring Carl J Morrisey is serving iniin ay disabled trucks and put them France with the American Expedijjn running condition The command tionary Forces Extracts from general commented on the spirit letter follows and high morale or the organization am near the front now We drove was very much pleased with the difficult and almost impassable roads Lewis whose father formerly lived on which were constantly under shell lire Bedford street left for oversea serv that they did same and deliverer ia ice on Saturday Word has been received by Mr aud Mrs C Hinckel Lena street that that their son W S Hinkel has been 1 promoted from Company A 13th Regi ment Marine Corps to the 13th Regi j i ani near tne iruiu and was very mucu picuocu We hope the first act of the new j the Huns back 12 miles in one daj resuits accomplished by ates in what was once the realm of You ought to see our boys bring them states it a w must get busy on this mat er ethfer cooperate It is not a aslof or charity nor is time for greed or grab It s a for sane conservative actxon tha assure reasonable material proflt Tnd accomplish incalculahle good n ol the most attractive Communities in the country Prepare lor conservative construction ANARCHY FOLLOWING AUTOC RACY When autocracy goes to pieces an archy is pretty certain to follow for a time at least Turkey is in a state of anarchy and Is overrun by desert ing soldiers who have no means of liy mg except robbery Boris has ab and a peasant government said to have been set up in It is probably strongly so cialistic and may be worse back they come by thousands the dual monarchy will be to declare war on Germany Cl J iiwii Better get a nice blank outline map do lt rains nearly every day over Meade Boy Killed I am still on the truck and we are HaKerstown Nov G very busy now as there is plenty toj it npnrlv everv dav over i in France according to a telegram Better get a nice oiann outuue do it rains nearly every uuj octoer 1 according to a telegram ofthe world ready for filling in but we dont mind that I have I ecelved from tne war department by the new boundary the a ir boots that comes up pdljacit his sister Mr waist and 1 havg plenty Q among the selected men en ivhntmnrf fan we want We had continents will remain the same Marine Band Cadet Lewis Wilson at West Point son of Verdeen B Wilson who has been critically ill with pneumonia is slowly improving Cadet Wilson is a graduaie of Charlotte Hall Military Acodemv and for several years had charge of one of the tents at the Y M C A Camp saria Good news with a string to it Fuel me feel like I was back home Director Garfield says the danger ofi I am writing you this leter along fuel famine is overkeep on sifting j the road about 40 miles from camp oshes i While here I have seen the following 1 boys from Cumberland Ernest Tay Wonder if Kaiser tJiii has ordered i victor Schaner Charles his Thanksgiving dinner in Paris McCarty Raymond Reynolds Looks as if he plans to eat crow Ralph Qasteel Charles and Ijoe Reichert I was also talking to Keep the Home Fires Bm Mareani sergt Damm and Duge conserve coal Accompanving Private Morrisejs The reindeer has been known to pull was a statement issued from the 200 pounds at a tenmile pace for hours SantaGlaus must be the one who established that record Austria and Hungary are tore and the red flag is the most popular emblem though social order be reestablished by popular forms of gov ernment There are unpleasant rumblings and mutterings from the extreme Socialists Geaiany who ore ant easily distinguished from an archists The fate of Russia threat ens some nationswest of that country SPELL OF HOHENZOLLERN DIS APPEARING The spell of Hohenzollern has dis appeared William II may not abdi cate and he may not be driven from his throne by his own subjects or ejected from it by the Allies though neither of these is very improbable But after the Kaisers They are not all cowboys in Texas A girl has just landed an 1SOO state job as official cow tester Sniffles Sneezes Hoarse Wheezes AMONG THE PARAGRAPHERS Talking of rules for Christmas Prc sents to the lighting men in ever stop to think that at the allow Them by Using Dr Bells PineTarHoney Thousands recoainvend it Dr ever stop to think that at the allow pineTarHoney isnt an experi ance per man it will take the CQU h remedy ship we have to carry the Packages Bteadly grown popular be allowsd even li she camm nothia eitectivs News pof UngBring colds or coughs or There are men in Congress talking fresh attacks Its balsamic andhealing a ana tlpsertion of his post by the War Lord with a commission from the Almighty nUty the Kaiser is tic iironiiSG OL been a subject of discussion in Times Dis the newspapers a topic for the ing society of the Reichstag and a ri val of the weather as a theme of con versation when Germans meet not If the German people become the I freest in the the Kniser it will be due to no act of his but to thearmed supremacy of the davs of his extro or Coughs York Sun much divinity can hedge such a king The position of hereditary President of a German Commonwealth would ed to have announce nj that there was but one will In being members of princely hioivin families The common people prob And after peace the historians will resume the Baltimore America With Foch on the porch Diaz at Advertisement 8jp3 the back door and Versailles on the telephone Germania can choose to in many and that was his ably have nothing to save i END OF AUTOCRACY Pr0m th New Vork The rule of the many is not a good a baso or Uvo thing us have but one riiier King him to whom Zens has tho sceptre and the author Homer stated mildly theory of absolutism of 1 rlgnt whichhas lingered nj frikoiwUous anomaly to our own days which Fochs armies have stroke In tho the world this theory Kings were born of the gbcls were gods were Identified with the sun as In Egypt The old monarchies of the immemorial East the deified or deityBmperVirg of the Roman and the Emplrt China Japan till i o wauii yotifcjii up when j you feel rim j bring back health apatite and tRoit of Anf it SM U injluiLXJii f Tour Photograph a gift most acceptable and cheerisbed long after the passing of the Tnletide season Send cheer to the soldier boy over What a grand surprise it would be for him to receive a photograph of you folks at home Can you imagine anything that would give him so much joy and pleasure Let JACOB GOLDFINE take your photo today Hell appreciate it make a specialty of photos to fit his kit bag Towles photos are true to life aud artistically fiuished Arrange now for appointment Phone 1865 101 Baltimors Stree Cumberland Md This Store Provides Xmas Gifts That Will Endure REDUCTION SALE LADIES SUITS AT Both Stores WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY NEW HATS AND NEW COATS ATTRACTIVE PRICES FOR YOUR INSPECTION THE IMPERIAL CO 407 Virginia Avenue South Cumberland 121 Baltimore Street Main Store FHE NEW GOES TO PRESS In holiday footwear our lines are quite complete with a stock of goods without equal in this city Beautiful Slippers for Ladies and Misses Better buy slippers now while selection is good No present will be more appreciated than this pop s ular footwear We sell for Cash only Prices are the reason 1JENOEB MOTH We sell for Cash only Prices are the reason Novemb ft r 91 8 All TTI lictlflOTQ OT 3HVPTtlfil 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