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Cumberland Evening Times (Newspaper) - November 6, 1918, Cumberland, Maryland CUMBERLAND EVENING TIMES WEDNESDAY NOV If 18 V acting of a high order Is provided iby Cleo Madison in the role of the siren who sets out to entrap Tarzan in her toils only to find that she loves him too well to carry out Uw un scrupulous pltuis NOTES Things are humming around the Maryland these days potrova tonight CANTOR For Infants tad Children In Use For Over 3O Years Always bears the Signature of In The Child of FiueJ Hew the Cope Strinifod orchestra In con cert Blue Sale of now in pragma is thfl largest of the year Cast and production Itunieuee The coining of Tarzans Romance the sequel of Tartan of the Apes should prove welcome news to the nauy anxious Inquiries of the two months Friday aud Saturday this week Another super picture of admirable Qualities is the forthcoming feature of Lillian Walker in David Graham The Grain of Dust at the Maryland next Monday aud Tuesday this futher tells you that all really big pictures come here of the Howe program tMs year duo at the Maryland November 22 23 whicli lucludei such features as lu the Air With tlie the moat remarkable picture ever nlrn ed a tour of quaint old Mexico u thrilling trp through the South American jungles to italeteur1 Fulla live times high an and beautifulsouthern France un searred by war iu all the glorious nuts and hues of nature Then too there le capturing wild lu the Hockiet a striking showing how a Montana cowboy ropes a ferocious Canada lyux puuia and black bear with a lasso as his only weapon oouui the fla n October Advortlsment OBriens Minstrels November 13 Wednesday is the notable announ cement of the month Yes Oh Sammy will fill Novem ber 14 after being cancelled on ac ARROW COLLARS CLUETT IMC SAFETY FIRST TONIC5HT ETROVA 10c 15c 20c 4 IN THE MASTERPIECE of Destiny SEE IT RIGHT COPES TREAT Grace Carhta Jess Howard and Marjorie Bonner with Miss Blue book by George V Hobart and music by Silvis Hein at the Maryland Theatre Thursday evening Nov 7 Seats now Romance and Bess Mere dyth who prepared the scenario have made the most of the novel materialN provided them by Edgar Rice Bur roughs A remarkably effective illu jsion reality has beencreated ill the I atmospheric handling while euiotion Blue Eyes working herself up l Allea Dale in the N Y American I pinnacle of fame on AThats Ynur Hvmlianrl Tlnine statuesque beauty gorgeous rai 4orn which adated the utradoing will electrify to the highest the which was adapted the musical ullra win e ecmiy It hs fun ituations ntoxa No stoneas you can imasine has Son and srreaminV Hipq lntoxlca been left unturned to please far above so noS the humor is sothe local average AI dilU LUC UUitlUL IH SO i American instead of Gallic that really starting out Llu you are in a therefore e when beauties and chic exhibition SAYS HOT WATER WASHES POISONS FROM THE LIVER Everyone should drink hot water with phosphate in It btfore breakfast forcefully For the first time there is au epi sode of inebriety that is funny with out being vulgar another thing in lOc 15c 20c and war tax Tonight only I Picturesque Settings In New Picture Version of The Romance of Tarzan j bile and poisonous toxins says a noted To feel as fine as the prorerbiai the liver washed morning 10 pre pares from clog with indigestible material sour Inn is the place where all the trouble takes jilace nrmiiire Pnprtain Ippeal Uuftflnd rancid its your liver Sallow n muddy complexion watery eyes denote liver uncleanliness Your a Subject worthy of their keenest atliver is the most Important also the Miss Blue kyes with the original i tention in The Romanes of j must abused and neglected organ of cast and production appears at the at the Maryland Theatre the body Pew know its function or Maiviand npvt this week daily at and how to release the dammedup body Maryland next Thursdav 1912 Seats now x Petrova Tonight The Queen the Screen Petrova vho is without a blemish comes to Iters Maryland tonight in her ol and wonderful study The Child u This picture when it was i ihown at the Strand Theatre New Fork blocked traffic and required the iflorts of 50 of the strong arm squad o clear the sidewalks gradually 15 i waste bile and toxins Most folks This spectacular sevenpart film t t j t j j is a Ihp ftinrmnine1 dangerous salivatingchemical which While retaining all i can only be used occasionally because Skin Tortured Babies Sleep FterCuticura Allirmtfttm of the picturesque and refreshing novj it accumulates in the tissues also elty of theme that set that production attacks the bones apart from other screen features JGvery man and woman sick 01 the day The Romance Tarzan offers in addition a swiftmoving plot in which excitement and suspense are deftly woven into natural sequence Much is also made of dramatic well should drink each morning be fore breakfast a glass of hot watei with a teaspoonful of limestone phos phate in it to wash from the liver anc aiucn is also maae 01 urumauu contrast between Tarzans lifeas tkeboweis the previous days indigestible white king of his jungle empire and material the poisons sour bile and his later adventures when plunged i toxins thus cleansing sweetening into the complex world of high freshening the entire alimentary ety Here the various threads of the canal before putting moro food Jato narrative are deftly joined to produce Etomach on pffApt tnat cannot fail to hold the y iynpRtmip nnps nnt attention of evervone who loves af jjimebioue puobpuaiG uuea uut good story well told strict the diet like calomel because It Wilfred Lucas the director of Thej cannot salivate for it is harmless and can eat anything afterwards It is Inexpensive and almost tasteless and any pharmacist will sell you a quarter j pound which Is sufficient for a dem onstratlon of how hot water and llme stone phosphate cleans stimulates and freshens the liver keening ou feeling fit day in and day out m Two Days pnt WAIT Q Commencing I 0 Daily at and a Tarzen and his mates jitruMe courtship h Wf WHAT YOU LONG HAVE AWAITED The concluding chapters of TARZAN OF THE from the book by Edgar Rice Burroughs THE CATACLYSMIC ROMANCE OF PRIMEVAL MAN AND MODERN MAID MIDST JUNGLE WILDS AND PALACES FILLED WITH SCENESOF WEIRD POWER THAT WILL HAUNT YOU FOR DAYS will see Tarzan himself rescued from death by a gigantic wild faithful friend Tantor v And you will also see Tarzan fight the greatest battle of his career in a crowded ballroom to protect the honor of the beautiful American girl for whose love he has left the jungle You will see Tarzan lured to the apartments of beautiful adventuress who both loves him andseeks his ruin You will see his raging fight for life with her accomplices You will see Tarzans repudiation by his former jungle companions when he returns to his old haunts You will see the beautiful is best of all 35c 50c 25c 35c Children under 12 years 15c and War Tax You will rescue a white man from the jaws of an infuriated lion the beast before with a sheathknife You will see Tarzan fight six savage cannibals at one time and dispose of them with his naked hands You THURSDAY NOV 7th MR HARVED D ORR Offers the Happiest of All Musical Comedies Miss Blue Book By QEORQE V HODART Author of Eyes Muilc By SILVIO HEIM Composer of FloFo ORIGINAL CAST AND PRODUCTION BEVY OF BEAUTIFUL GIRLS 14 BIG MUSICAL HITS 1QQO LAUGHS 50c 75c Seats on sale Tuesday 9 a Box Office Formal Opening of New Store FRIDAY NOVEMBER 5 AT P M You are most cordially invited to attend the formal opening of our new home for madetomeasure clothing We outgrew our old quarters Oureverincreasing patronage became so large that we could not conveniently handle it at the old stand and pur policy always being to give our customers the best in service we moved into our new store where everything has ben installed that will contribute to the comfort of our customers and permit us to render them the best in service EVERYBODY INVITATION TO THE LADIES A SERVICEABLE SOUVENIR TO THE MEN A DAINTY SOUVENIR TO THE LADIES t UNION WOOLEN MILLS Inc NEW STORE 111 BALTIMORE OPPOSITE ROSENBAUMS GEO RUHL Manager
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