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   Cumberland Evening Times (Newspaper) - November 12, 1918, Cumberland, Maryland                              EVENING TUESDAY NOV THOUSANDS JOIN IN SCHOOL CHILDREN ATTEND OVER THERE WITH THE YANKS MDJjSuF SMILES The Baltimore Sun Camera Men Have Big Day In Georges Creek Region and Cumber land St Patricks Pupis Pay Tribute of Respect to the Late Chas V Carnej The funeral of Charles V Carney son of 1 Carney who died at the Baltimore Sun Miles of Smiles Washington Thursday of pneu belore the expert movlo men Walter AVas oeld Monday with Arthur and Fred Ueck of Now high mass from St 1al ricks Sunday afternoon took in at least yhurcli the Kev A J Coulon ofll faces at the City Hall Plaza The pallbearers members of Previously probably were lilmed of Columbus were Mich u North Cumberland The programme iel D ueluhart Konurt K Stegmaier ended at the 1onnsylvanui avenue H Gljch yVjlUam T Beano Ue school in the South 15nd where several and F J Duvall Bur hunrlrcd smiled before the camera iul iu gt Patricks Cemetery The day iKKan at Lona The children at St Patricks School tho day as a trlb the dead soldier the church iu a lha iuuv iur uiu BdYiwj The members Dr Andrew Allen pabtoi ol he f piumber8 Gas and Steaiufltters church and others aided in Deeming ljHiou Ko aUcuded the fu sonie feature pictures At Prostburg near the lioall High School there was a goodly assem blage Uoberdeau Annan Mrs Patrick ORourko James Hitchins Joseph H Hitchins William Walters and others gave aid and expedited tho work the camera men I War Baby At Mt Savage By far the largsst and most en thusiastlc assemblage was at Mount ASavage where some splendid pictures were secured before tho big honor roll board which biars the names of the soldiers of that vicinity who have answered the service call The visit1 ors were much impressed by this ture the like of which they had not seen The Mount Savage picture of War Mother was striking but the thrill came when Mrs Louise MUbeau kissed her war baby Mary Louise four months old before the movie machine This was the only war baby taken during the clay The father Alexander MUbeau who ia connected Union No neral in a body NEWS OF SERVICE MEN HOME AND ABROAD with Flttli Field These Do Not Go The Garrett county contingent In the November call which has been cancelled included Harry Milton Stahl Oakland Alfa Gay Teats Friendsville Albert Chester Severe Corinth Silas Frank lin Burgess Selbysport George Wash ington Breuninger Oakland the fol lowing were to have gone to replace those rejected at Camp Meade sent there uridder a previous call Ernest Fazenbaker Westernport Wilfred Leonard Garlitz Avilton Arthur Grantsville ttlien hasTeen in France for a veari Jacob Raymond Gnagey Grantsville He is formerly olSyYacusl N Valetiue Jraley Ironing wedded Miss Louise Reynolds dd nurse Community Service Private Irving C Nickel came up cfcmmittee was jvlso pictured There Saturday evening from Camp Meade a wave ot miles from At a recent examination for overseas duty he failed to pass and was given nn honorable dischartce from the army He was a member of Company A llth Ammunition train coning to Cumberland yesterday At The Plaza hji Municipal Band played in North serland and also at the City Hall Jb The Boy Scouts were on hand to keep the crowd in bounds when feature pictures would be Some smiles held placards Sergeant Joseph M Collins th C A Fort Washington spent Sat urday and Sunday with his parents Mr jind Mrs J S Collins U4 Park street Private Guy Crigler of the United Former ell I figure Ive wasted ten years of mylife cuttin down tr special taken with messages for relatives or friends over there which will appear in the picture Among the special pictures taken were members of the Cardinal States Devil Dog Corps was the Club with pennant group composed of principal last night in the State Comptroller Hugh A McMullen Calvary Methodist Episcopal Church Judge A Hunter Boyd and Judge RobSouth Ridgeley A large number were ert R Henderson Council of Dej present to hear the former principal fense composed of Daniel of the Ridgeley Grammar School re chairman Col George A Pearre his experiences with the Boche William T Coulehan Miss Violet I Saul Praeger made a short talk Rev Winters in saluting Gen Pershing Ernest W Aaron led in prayer and in Mrs D McC Carl wife of Lieut Cart in France holding their baby four generations of the Hanly auccu ulcu Mrs S P Hanly Mrs E H Oswald boys that ever attended a meeting in monla Mr Scanlon moved here sev Mrs J J Colt and Miss Elizabeth Central i M C A a member of the eral months ago from Hampshire county W and had been eni ployed at the Baltimore and Ohio shops as a machinist His body was troduced Private Crigler Before one of the largest number of SUMNER TO GO TO CALIFORNIA Isaac Hirsch received a telegram todav from his sou Suuim A Hirsch in truluine at Harvard College that he had been ordered 10 the oill CWH training quarters at Camp Kre iiiout California The message did not state when the order was issued but it was jwrbapa the signing of tlte armistice and may now be recalled WANTED Solid sold Jewelry watch cases or coins Will pay cash for large or small Quantities S T JEWELRY CO Advertlseimit nvS12t The ON TO BBKUW Motor Truck makes It possible Investigate our ods of selling Address Box 44 Cumberland Md Advertisement y OBimRY Edgar M Scanlon Edfear M Scanlon 30 vears old 107 Arch street died Monday of pneu VON HINDENBURG GIVES SELF AND AMY UP Field Marshal Says Oswald Colt Mrs Oswald has three j united States Marine Corps gave an sons and a soninlaw in the service interesting and instructive talk The Mrs William E Walsh who has two speaker Lieut Clarence Faw of this sons In the Army and one in the Cjtv formerly ot Elkins W has Navy Lloyd L Shaffer clerk of in themarines for some time court and member of the draft board and several months ago was commis holding Lieut Danny Carls baby in sioned socond lieutenant He is a his arms groups of children of sol Kraduate Of Davis and Elkins College diers who are abroad the war he bovg l3V Robert Helman ac fathers the war mothers members corapanled on the piano by Paul Sho ot the Red Cross and Comfort League Lssirte several patriotic songs Scouts Carpenter and Kninra one holding Old Glory and the other the c H Holtzman druggist has on i i j j ri i i exhibition in his displav window a o ended camouflage German helmet and a Gev feet of him was made of the note The helmet was that throng on march Tho Sun men wholi nrivafp inrt it is n had charge of the movie operators f hrnwr a of were assisted in the arrangements by hsllt broTWl wlth a Michael F ONeill and Frank Lee 0arl Mr Arthur is one of the leading motion picture photographers of the itlmed The Birth a Nation also Annette Kellerman Clara Kimball Young and others The cairara men were most accom fkting and fell for any suggestion fo feature pictures be occasion at the City Hall was bred by the presence of an enthu siatic party from Oakland who came to the city especially for the It Included Mr and Mrs B H Sincell and daughter Adeline E H and Mr and Mrs K E Sliger all of whom have been prominent in war work in Garrett Lieut Charles M Sinceil and Sergeant Ciiurlua Milton Sincell son of Mr and Mrs Edward H iSincell are in hospitals in southern Prance recovering from wounds a short distance is very hard to discern It was picked up follow ing the battle of Epernay in which the Boches were routed by Major John J Colt of North Cumberland Pa Hears From Her Son Somerset Nov W F Cleaver of this place has received a Such Action Avoid Chaos In He Took Order toj taken to Three Churches W for burial Associated Press j Washington Nov l shall von Hindenburg has placed him Mrs Minerva Schrader jsof and the German army at the dis Mrs Minerva Schrader wife of the position of the new peoples govern late Martin W Schraider died Monment at Berlin says a dispatch from dav night at the Allegany Hospital ot the German capital by way of Copen pneumonia Her husband died Saturbagen Von Hindenburg said he has day morning from caused taken action in order to avoid by influenza He was an employe of the Western Maryland railway Mrs Schrader was a daughter of Mr and i TTCU Robert Spangler of Ridgeley She is BRITISH GOVERISMEIsT also survived by one son Junior i SUSPENDS RECRUITING Schrader two brothels and five sis ters The funeral will be held on Associated Press Thursday afternoon at 2 oclock from London Nov British gov home on Miller avenue Ridgeley erument has decided to suspend re with interment in Greenmount ceme cruiting I tery Funeral of Mrs John C Jay The funeral of Mrs Ida Wilson Jay wife of John C Jay who died yester1 ARM BROKEN ileaver 01 uus uiuuc The small son of James H Johnson j card from her son John Palmer Cleav day morning at the Western Mary 5 palrview avenue sustained a brok uci auu o n tnmnrrna gn arm afternoon when he fell from a freight car on which he was climbing at the Pear Alley crossI ing of the Baltimore and Ohio Railj rond He was attended by Dr A Leo Franklin er in a prison at Camp Cassel Ger manv in which he says he is well and hopes to be able to return home soon SMALL FIRE Central Fire Department was call ed to the Wellington Glass Works Sunday morning at oclock in ansver to an alarm The woodwork uiiderthe floor had caught lire caus edJoy a lack of draft from the fur nace OVER THERE WITH THE YANKS 3Y J R GROVE land hospital will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 oclock from the home her parents Hurleys Branch Mrs Jay Mrs Ida Wilson Jay wife of John C Jay died at the Western Maryland Hospital Monday at 11 o c 1 o c k Besides her husband iiirs jay is sur vived by her father and mother Mr and Thornton Wilson of Hurleys Branch four sisters Mrs Cora Web er and Mrs Jas S Patterson of Cum berland Mrs Norman A Ryan of Be rea Ohio and Miss Mollie Wilson at home also one brother Clarence Wil son at home LETTER RECEIVED FROM CARNEY BOYS James I Carney Fayette street father of Private Charles R Carney whose funeral took place this morn ing received letters from the other two sons Joseph Carney and Vincient Carney both of whom are with the American forces in Europe Joseph is with the S2nd Division in France and Vincent is with the Am erican army in Russia The letter from Joseph Carney was dated Octo ber If and the letter from Vincent was dated October 9 Both young j men were well when the ieters were written Neither of them have received word of tlie death of their TWO CUMBERLAND BOYS WOUNDED Francis J Click and John Harbaugh Recovering Shop Now Send Now The retail stores are not permitted to lengthen their store hours during the holl day season therefore Christmas shopping must be done early in order to avoid the congestion that would otherwise result just prior to Chrostmas patriotic duty to comply with this Government requirement It is your aberdashery EveryJlr n In Readiness mas NecKwear The Christmas neckwear dis play is now complete Silk cravats generously full cut sizes with slip easy scarf 4 i J UieTdlgCbl ViUictj ui patterns and novel color effects ever shown Imported and domestic pat terns Striking conventional effects as well as solid color ties Hand knitted and crocheted silk ties in a large variety of exclusive color ings See them and get the benefit of early selection while the line is so large and com plete 50c to Men Welcome These Practical Gifts Mens and oung mens fancy and dress famous Manhattan gift shirt is always appreciated Smart winter shirtings and choice silk shirts Silk and madras shirts retscnably priced Silk and knitted mufflers novelty wool hose and silk hose Smart gloves for street and dress wear This is the place to buy gifts that will be sure to buygifts tha will be sure to pplease Manhattan Shirts to to I J Silk Hose Wool Hcse The Store Vvith The Christmas Spirit Joseph Centre street received a letter Monday from his son Sergeant Francis J Click stating that he had been wounded in France October 10 The letter was written by the young soldier himselfwho stated at the time the letter was written that he wag recovering in a hospital K seems that Sergeant Glick was wounded by a piece of sharpnel as he was going over the a comrade pulled the sharpnel i from the wounded mans side with 1 Sergeant Glick left Cumberland vith i i tin rnniiritrpnt of the selected army October 27 1917 He is in Comtreco velour has acievecl the migiuy l party B 325th Infantry 82nd DMdistictlon of discovering a new place sion and has been participating in the for a bit of ur Behold the soft splash heavy fighting in the American sector Austraijan opossum neatly deposit I on the Western front John P Harbaugh another Climber LIBERTY BONDS All Issues and denominations at Stock Exchange Prices Bruce Litzenburg This fetching suit of Havana brown od in theexact center of the lownr Brokers ladder in Company C H25th Infantry font panel of the coat More u was slightly wounded by being shot same fur forms tho fluffy coloi in the hand This information was smart buckle of dull gold received in a letter from the yonng soldier to his mother Mrs Martha E Harbaugh The letter was written October and stated that the wound was not serious SOCIAL crush girdle of cloth also aids to their nnsual touches faifu TO nnd 7T Stocks and Bonds bought and sola outriRht for delivery also solicit marginal accounts Correspondent Miller mem bers New York Stock Exchange Chicago Board or Trado Continuous service direct Commercial ratlnft first class Credit double A1 or brand new officer maki where does this tributary hit th observations And piout Charles Floyrt Efflaml son of the lato Jereminh Efflnnd Morgan county and Miss Cora Edith Dawson daughter of Lafayette Dawson near Grout Cacapon W were married Sunday at tho parsonage of the United Brethren Church by tho Rev H Eugene Richardson They will ro sldo near Great Cacnpnn Trim to form so to write when Mrs Can In her first bnllot i i i Vilv nn rtiumm u i posed 1o soy2 clause or vaunaji MiNHh 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