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   Cumberland Evening Times (Newspaper) - November 11, 1918, Cumberland, Maryland                              Storeb to close during holiday son at five oclock except Saturdays Customers to carry small parcels far as possible McMULLEN BROTHERS THE HOME OF STYLISH SHOES at ally N RESPONSE TO THE REQUEST OF THE WAR INDUSTRIAL BOARD Of Trtu GOVERNMENT THIS STORE IS READY FOR THE EARLY SHOPPER WITH COMPLETE LINE OF USEFUL MERCHANDISE MENS DEPARTMENT Mens Munsingwear the most de pendable wear for men In all grades wool and cotton light medium and weight Prices per suit C A and P I V a nice shades Mens Havelo Sweaters light worsted sweater Plain mixtures Mens heavy Sweater Coats with collar wool and cotton Useful Articles From the Shoe Department For Christmas Ladies Felt Bed Room Slippers col ors Grey Nayy Green Wine Brown and Red all sizes T A Special Childrens Crocheted Bed room Slippers assorted colors Misses Crochet Bedroom Slippers assorted colors Ladies Crochet Bedroom Slippers assorted colors Boys tan English Lace Saoes with good heavy soles a good winter dress shoe size 9 to the pair A A STYLISH NEW FALL COATS AND DRESSES THAT INVITE SPECIAL ATTENTION Coats in particular smart lines develop ad in dark and light colors some have con vertible collars and attractive belts fur and self material collars An assemblage of Fashions accepted modes in Ladies Suits embracing the most original models of Americas foremost designs exclusive and distinctive styles Plain tailored or iur trimmed in the material Coats and Coats and Coats and Coats and Coats and Dresses that have just come in a lot o brand new ones that are made in a variety of styles appropriate for either practical ear or social occasions Serges dresses have become essential Here you will find many stylish welltail ored models Serge dresses as low as Others FURS SPECIAL VALUES FOR THE EARLY SHOPPER IN THE HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT 98c 98c 75c Cut Glass Spoon Traps special Cut Glass Preserve Dishes special Cut Glass Sugar and Cream Sets 98c Cut Glass Vases spe cial Cut Glass Water JQ Sets special 50c Cut Glass Spoon Trap QOfi V Universal Electric C A Percolators special Universal Electric A A Grill special Mens Glastenburg Wool Under wear separate garments S3 Strictly all wool Army Under for inen a gar ment Mens Corduroy Trous cvs and Mens Domet Pajamas 00 Size 13 to 2 the pair Size 2y2 to the pail Boys black English Lace Calfskin Shoes a good school shoe for boys 9 to pair Size 13 to 2 the pair Size to the pair Boys Winter Shoes made from heavy tan ash leather with bellows tongue just the size shoe you will need for that boy that needs strong shoes for work or school Size to at and LI viig onucj A distinctive line ot attractive iurs fccarlo coatees ana sets in all tlie poiDUlar new furs Fox Wolf Lynx Red Fox and Seal dyed BLOUSESHANDSOME NEW MODELS New fall Blouses of Silk Crepe de Chnc and Georgette Crepe They have the round square or V necks beautifully embr jidered or leaded plain tailored some are finished with colored Georgette piping and dainty tucks and Universal Electric UNDFRWEAR The very latest and prettiest styles in Muslin and Crepe de Chine Underwear are always to be found here Here are styles that are created new each season Some are made in simple tailored effects others are daintily trimmed in laces and embroidery of the very best quality A wide selection for gift giving awaits you here Gowns Envelope Chemise Cam isoles Corset Covers Skirts and Drawers and we sell them at surpassingly reason able prices Aluminum Sauce Pans QQp ith cover 3 qt size special OU V 89c with Aluminum Kettles with cover 3 qt size special A Wool Blanket Is a Practical Gift We have on sale 66x50 In wool plild blank eta in all colors A fine soft fluffy Blanket lor a double bed at a special price when A A you need them most a VERSAILLES AS IT APPEARS TODAY V 1 u i rfei How Long Must Suffer From the Pangs of Rheumatism Is there no real relief in sight Doubtless like other sufferers you have often asked yourself this ques tion which continues to remain tin answered Science has proven that your Rheumatism is caused by a germ in your blood and the only way to rech it is by a remedy which elim inates and removes these little pain demons from your blood This ex plains why and lotions can j Medical Adviser Swift Specific do no permanent gowd for they I Dept D Atlanta Ga cannot possibly reach these germs which infest your blood by the mil j lions S S S has been used for Rheumatism for more thaa fifty years Try it today and yon will find yourself at last on the right track to get rid of your Rheuma tism You can get valuable advice j about the treatment of your I vidual case by writingtotheChief tr A J CUMBERLAND BOOZE GETS THEM IN TROUBLE Grafton W Nov Arbogast a restaurant proprietor of Clarksburg charged with furnishing money and a railroad pass to one Swisher lor the purpose of obtaining whiskey at Cumberland to be brought to West Virginia was tried before Justice MoCafferty herei Saturdar and fined and costg Yale C Swisher of Clarksburg was arrested on a train from Cumberland with whiskey in tranilt wais held in for appearance at Phlllppi tomorrw Swisher had been furnUea money by a Clarksburg man and also a pass of the Baltimore and Ohio TUtil road Company on which ha tiding Three hundred soldiers returned to Australia accompanied by 300 Brit ish brides Some honeymoon Washington Post Just beyond Paris Versailles where terms of surrender for the central powers have been drafted hashad to take precautions against air raids and long distance bombardments Note the statuary in front of the palace protected from shells like a public fountain sheathed for a hard winter i PLENTY OF GOLD I BUT BRASS IS WHAT 1 UNCLE SAM NEEDS i X E A Washington Bureau 11281134 Munsey Bldg Washington D TJ S government has more gold than any other nation more in reserve than it ever had before according to latest statistics That gold stabil izes our currency and our paper money from depreciating in value But the U S government hasnt enough brass 1 A serious brass shortage threatens We are running pounds brass short every day and theres a shortage of brass rods every 24 hours The brass section of the war indus tries board has asked that soldiers be released to work la brass CABIE FROM BLOOD OF HORSE FRENCH FOOD Paris Nov of a dinner from soup to nuts how about a French serum cake Its a new foot substitute being experimented with at the Academy of Agriculture in Paris made from the blood of a horse and said to be very nourishing and inex pensive Two pints of the serum give j a quanity of albumine equal to that bv esgs Members of each given a cake made of flour sugar and m substantial ami excel lent fcvenis Oast Their Shadows frmpsrt Now to WithituuJ CriiU Do not anticipate with a shuddering dread beautiful of childbirth You can infold discomfort during tho period nnd strain ot tfco crisis bv preparing your nntl putting yourself In splendid condition to meet time For just purpose women all over the land in freiy wait of life haro used for over half a ccnturr too timehonored nnd famous renfedy Mothers Friend It w pre pared to ftiVo tbe molhcrtouo that direct liot slta heeds Tho muscles nfrrej Irn dons and cords arc mado and kept soft v clastic Tiros strain U and as a jriult nervousness nauscn bcaflnfdown end pains nre nvolded The abdomfnnl muKlcs expand easily and KtTiUr vltai bebr is born Naturally pain 6 ond the hours aro fewer The prepHrcd And tho crlsU Is one of much BradHcld Kegnlntor Corapam Dept Iamar Siilldlny AUanln Georgia for theirLelpfuj fa tain ft bott e of Mothers Prlrru from Ihe bottle Mothers i3njire5t today wiTthliTyon ltllnlc of Hie jilaco of MOrHBllL to tnti YANK AIRMEN FORSEBIICES RIBBONS FOR LAFAYETTE that the ami y and navy go lighter on brass accoutrements That means officers without brass buttons However the owners of brass rings and watches cant help the situation any by selling thpir stuff to the Keep your rings and watches even though they are not the shortage Is clue to the rolling mills not the metal The only way you can help is to go to work in a brass mill WAR COST TO OCT 1 Paris Nov Raffalovitch Russian councillor and a prominent European statistician estimates the war up to October 191S had cost all billion This al most parallels the estimate of IS bil lions up to Augaist i 1P1S made by the society of Swiss Bank published by the N E A a month ago studded with stars and edged with the colors of France and America In ths middle of the ribbon will be a small silverIndian head the insignia of the Lafayette escadrille Decorations for those who gave upi their lives in the service will be sent to surviving relatives Those intend ed for pilots who are prisoners in Ger many will be kept for them till their release I Among the dead Lafayette voluni teers were Raoul Lufbery New York Norman L Barclay New York Frank L Baylias New Bedford Benney Ptttsburg Arthur BlutllenthiU FLYING CORPS MEMBERS Wilmington N Vernon Booth Chicago Victor Chapman York de Meux Paris Dennis New York Dinsinore Ely Edmund C Genet Ossinlng Newi York Ronald Hoskier South Harry F ohnson South Beth Jumes R OF TWO NATIONS Decoration for Dead Will Be Sent to Relatives by the Gov ernment France Nov Carthage N William Wallingfonl Douglas J agio San Francisco Carter Oving ton Paris Paul Pavelka Ithaca N Y Norman Prince Beverly Farm ICiften Y Rockwell Atlanta Ga honor is to be paid by the French Elmer Taylor Cedar Grove N j eminent to Americas pioneer avia1 Chartes tors A newly created decoration is to be conferred on the men of the old I Staurt Prisoners in Germany I Prisoners in Germany include James French flying corps jT York Frank Baer JIo1 There are 218 surviving james Norman Hall Col Four others arc prisoners m ln and Herschel Mclvee Indian Sixty have been killed lapolis Everett F Buckley They are the flyers who volunteered was a prisoncr mlt escaped re for service hi the French air service centiy and has returned to the United stops itching instantly Dont let that itching skintrouble torment you an hour longer Just little Resinol Ointment over the sick skin and sec if the itching does not disappear as if you simply it away 1 more sootbingjhealing ointment fails to clear away promptly every trace of the unsightly tormenting eruption unless it is due to some serious inter nal disorder Resinol Ointment usually gives even prompter results if the sore places arc first bathed thoroughly with Resinol Soap and hot water Rejinol Ointment and Reslnol Soap contain nothing Oat could injure or initate the tcnderest Iliey clear away pimples redness and rouxliness stop danuntff Sold by all druggists WOMEN have played an admirable part In win ning ihe War Their generosity In genuity and energy have been praised our Allies Yet the full Btory of their assietancs has not yet been told when it is entire chapters will be written on persistent THRIFT AND CONSIST ENT SAVING QUALITIES developed by American women Undoubtedly many of these sturdy feminine patriots have not as formed Banking associations If you are one of these we wilrbe glad to have you open an account THE Third National Bank before the United States entered the war Oflicial announcement of the deco ration has been made by M French minister of Aeronautics It foll lowed the conferring of the Legion of j Honor upon W K Vanderbilt hon States KAISERS LOST LUCKY PIECE orary president of the Lainyelto flying Nov had to come of the kaiser In neutral j London corps committee and one of the prime border countries arc now explaining i movers in its organization I hat the allhighest has lost his Se These Mr Dumosnil itiui on which he finned his said WITO the first to lighten up the hope of victory The luck is u sprig J skleii of old France with thtj stars of of shamrock Riven Kmperor AVillinm 1 America those stars which today form by a peasant girl and worn at Sedan a whole j Tho present kaiser is said to have Field of Blue worn it to hig henrt in nn eln Each volunteer will receive a ribbon j huraie sachet ever since thu wnr bp with a background of French blue gnn L I N E Underselling Store CUMBERLANDS BAlfrGAIN HOUSE Wearing Apparel for THe Whole Family Mfi BALTIMORE CUIVIBERLAND MD The Old Reliable Cold weather is an unncertainty have your or der for a good coal range today All sizes Easy terms of payment NORTH CENTRE ST   

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