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   Cumberland Evening Times (Newspaper) - November 13, 1918, Cumberland, Maryland                              1 CUMBERLAND EVENING TIMES WAY IT SOUNDED v BY AHERN s TO THE A OFfitCER tKTtLLlGEMCE OFFICER OH VEH THEM Ve GOT WROH6 THE T5LLIGJ OFFICER2 OF COURSE XOU THERES no SUCH PERSON IM Trt TaHat have a bad taste in your r quick After each meal eat one and tret full food value and real stom ach comfort Instantly relieves heart burn bloated gassy fccling acidity food repeating and stomach misery AIDS digestion keeps the stomach sweet and pure EATON1C is the best rumedy and only cost cent or wo a day to it You ide ftnfifprtinn orrnofccy and try it martins Drug Store Tl Baltimore Cumberland M d Advertisemet Scene finale Act 1 of the Patriotic Musical Comedy m 3 Acts 25 peo nle Oh at the Maryland tomorrow and Friday Nov 14lb Friday matinee only 500 choice lower floor and balcoriy 50c others 75c and M EMPTY POCKETS A MYSTERY STORY Brenons presentation of Empiv Hughes best seller to be exhibited at the Empire Theatre is a mystery story ot New Yorks slums and palaces in the novel Mr Brenon intro rl tides the mysterious strands of hair some copperhaired woman at the ijtart of the film and keeps evwybody guessing which of five copperhaired beauties commitj ed the murder until he1 relieves the PEXCE Makes the War Chest Fund more necessary than ever to supply the touch of home recreation amusements which of our boys in France will now have more time to enjoy It will be a year or two before they are all home Mother have GIVEN their sons Wives have GIVEN their husbands Babies have GIVEN their ARE YOU GOING TO GIVE THAT HOUR A WEEK YOU Dont b a slacker Pay your War Chest pledge to date or pay in full and get apaidinfull window card o r Advertisement nvlSmwttt NEIL OBRIEN TONIGHTHUGE MATINEE PLEASED BETTER THAN SAMMY THURSDAY AND FRIDAY Vou might as well call it another Oh Sammy1 Thursday Tomorrow j And Friflay i Jolly musical comedy at prices to 1 touch the spot of even the Tight Wads is the offering of theMaryland animated reproduction the famous tne nivKiruuus Ued Cross poster Greatest Mother in fronl some copperhaired the new scenes of southern nt the start of the France in all She glorious tints and hues nature a marvelous treak nim Showing weird scenic distortions and Capturing Wild Animals Alive m the a thrilling series show ing how a Montana cowboy ropes the Canada lynx puna and black bear with a There are the usual amus I in Howe animated cartoons and pat I riotic film novelties to balance the I striking Prices 25c to Mat 25c to SEATS MONDAY JL UU luigii V IT big night and wind your way to the Mai viand and see the OBrien Min strels This years show is a reve lation in burnt cork and teems with laughter and ckcer A huge matinee crowd turned out and enjoyed its many new screaming novelties and as to Comfort and Kins two newcom eis they simply took the roof off with their blackface sketch As to Neil tomorrow Thursday night Fn day matinee and night The offering is the Sammy Company of 25 people of which a rosebud chorus is a feature althoughprirna donnas com edians Quartettes with a special Girls Beautify Your Hair And StopDandruff ati his vnrtrlf it trtn nntph H Tl at thP tOllOW i with a monologue entitled Meatless rav which convulsed the house with laughter TheOBrien show through out is of metropolitan atmosphere and consequently plays all the larger cities fTnnrrf hive Baltimore Washington Grand PIC 1Kll niu wjicic i ouiicc w auraction of this kind that ment at top notch and at the follow ing 500 seats lower floor and balcony SOc others choice Too and certainly causes a punch of favor that will racet with generous and packed houses Among ore Fords response and packea nousjjs New Cincin1 the whistleable song hits introduced Opera St are JBelgian i ii tl 11 4as such choice bookings SaSf Prayer TT t g 15 SwCU j i i i a The ever increasing popularity of all fifteen great late hits this organiwlion makes it The Harmony Four will be wellto Present what is said to be the greatest foreground in the melody lane ou assemblage minstrel stars ever pre1 can juffge at a glance what you will spnted under one title Despite the see in Oh Better make shortage of artistscolors and textures i Up your minds early grab off a cou Oscar F Hodge has provided I pie ot choice seats Spend an eve star an extra new production I ning most enjoyable On Ibamnn is i lipll plnSS rni c f Tnn crl X CnvnfS OT IllP Hair Becomes Charming Lustrous and Thick in a Few Moments Every Bit of Dandvuf Disap pears and Hair Stops Coming Out For a few cents you can save your hair In less than 10 minutes you can louble its beauty Your1 hair liecomes ight wavy abundant andfappears as soft lustrous and charming as a young girls after applying some Danderine Uso try this moisten a cloth with a little Danderine and carefully drawt through your hair taking one small Jjlo ami one much preteution and in every respect class i timely arid strongly savors of me pat 1 everv IKSJJCII t Ot the first part winch is a uistinc feature of a minstrel perform the promise is given that it is the costumes in many scenes are military too Joyous and most pleasing to say the least Friday on ly matinee when a scale prices will Best seats SOc balcony 35c chil dren 5c and war tax Night all seats reserved Phone Do it now tne ance e nch in its list of comedians and sing ers and that a setting hasbeen pro vided that is thc consummation ot ex jeserveu i uui cellent raste and stage craft The that rush spcond tiart the pertprmance will fonsist of all new feature nets among i wouldnt miss OBrien s Minstrels whldi Is 11 new sWt for Mr OBrien tonight It 1 were you this seasons written by himself called Meatless great rjA and is said to be one of the i most laughable vehicles the comedian us vet been able to offer 01 course there will be a parade and band con and it is said to be well worth witnessing This evening Phone PU 1I1U 1UUIUVJI uum suspense near the finish ot the llini U is Ji mastpHv piece of suspended interest handling Tlie ladies involved move in widely social circles Muriel Castleton a bank ers daughter Jlaryla Sokalska Ket tv a Jewish sweat shop worker Red Ida Ganley lal pickpocket and wife of an east side gunman Pet Bettany Peggy I who lives by her wits and Anhra Shaler who cries money out ofmens pocketbooks Malcolmn Williams who as Perry Alerithew plays dead during the en tire story declare he can loneer i redheaded girl on the street with out thinking a white horsp whether she was the girl who did himto death in Empty It must be awful to be haunted iv snch a thought in a townful of charming copperhaired ei ttse ment WANTED Solid jewelry walch cases or coins AVni pay cash large or JEWELRY CO nvS12t MICffi DRINK A GLASS OF REAL HOT WATER BEFORE BREAKFAST we will both look feel clean swest and and avoid Illness Advertisemnt r rr I OLDTIME COLD j DRINK HOT TEA Get a small package of Hamburg strand hair of h your ar a at a time This will Cleanse the Breast Tea at any pharmacy Take a dust dirt or excessive tablespoon u of the pu ot in just a few moments you have dou L i boiling water upon it pour through a sieve and Brink a teacup lull at any time during the day or before retirintr It is the most effective way to break a cold and cure grip as it opens the ion bled the beauty of your hair lightful surprise awaits those whose hair has been neglected or is scraggy faded dry brittle or thin Besides congestion beautifying the hair Danderine rtis i loosengthe bowels thus breaking solves every particle of cold cleanses purifies and invigorates tnel Trv jt the next time you suffer from scalp forever stopping itching and a mfa or thc grip jt js inexpensive fallinK hair but what will please you aml entirely vegetable therefore safu most will be after a weeks use n Special service oil the C Jc f Oh Sammy tomorrow and Friday is the last musical show till Nov 25 week The Brute Of spoken you see downy at first new yesrbut really and new KrewPina I Knocks Cold in I Head 21 Comfort and King and with OBriens You doubtless saw them in Keiths biggest vaudeville hours a class alone x Billy Allen Thanksgiving iveek is the good tidings Traveling shows of importance in many cases driven off the road by the 1 flu willhardly get started till Xmas again That Harmony Four that real Jazzy Quartette is with Oh flOWJiy ill ill 0 UK j hair growing all over scalp If you carefor pretty soft Hair lots of it surely get a small bottle ot i J51 Utt WL JJCi uij is due at the Maryland Nov Kuowltons Danderine fromj any ttni0 store or toilet counter and just try it r tp Two Applications I Hx a Coid i IDLAND jee that Famous Saifimy Beauty Chorus A show thai will bomb you with youth beauty joy gladness and merriment and cause one unconditional surrender Seats Tuesday Phone f9l2 LOWER FLOOR AND BALCONY Others 75c and AduM 5Qc35c Children 25c and War Tax I I i COLDS lower your ity and subject you to la Grippe or why bother with one when KREWP1NA will knock it over night Simply P nose or chest tonight and tomorrow the cold will bt appli cation will usually It KrewPina is an ointment that it foe lo til Kills pain and heals burnt bruises quickly bronchitis Beural ia rheufliatitm tontillitis etc nttd it at a protection Ifrom croup when the doctor is dtlared or cant rwpond in tna dead of night ind when dtanrtlicf ia to pre vent itrangulatlon m to or from work or shopping and jar dnig giatt handle it ii I i i I There are twenty different musical numbers in the musical comedy Oh Sammy that Donald Fairbanks will present here soon It requires twelve changes of costume for the beauty j chorus in this production 1 The cameramen who filmed the tour of old Mexico which is an interesting feature or uyman M Howes newest Travel Festival com ing to Maryland Nov T2 and 23 I had some odd experiences Their motion picture camera was thisecond that had ever invaded the I interior of Mexico The first belong in to a firm uews weekly had been set up in aMexico City store as a Although the cameramen encoOnter ed a great deal of oincial red tape i thev found that the native Mexicans iiook very kindly to the movie camera jWhen said camera was orced by a liberal quantity large copper ueiuiies Onfi dimculty did not worry he photographers however The na lives had been cducalfid Try to stand still for their ictures the motion Hcture cameramen sxhims ted fhelr stock of well as other languagestrying to tell the Mexicans that they ahouh moving to be fllmea This picturesque tour of Mexico v hut one of the intcreatlng new offer ing of Lyman H Howe whoso latos Travel festival Includes besides the Mexican tour Up in thu Midlana Md Nov 13 Peter DC d Peter B Cain 42 years old for li vears1 agent for the Georges Creek and Cumberland Railroad at Midland died Tuesday afternoon at Allegany Hospital Cumberland from compli cations resulting from An operation which was imperative fail ed to relieve his condition Mr Cain served several terms as treasurer of Rub Soreneis from joints and muscles I with a small trial bottle of old j St Jacobs liniment Stop dosing Rheumatism Its pain onfy not one case requires internal treatment Rub soothing Jacobs Lini ment right on the tender and bv tlie time you say Jack Robinson out comes the rheumatic pain St cure which never disappoints and doesnt burn the skin It takes ttiilil tlJJll V WM Midland He was aciiveiu the affairs pan soreness and stiffness from ach of theVolunteer Fire Company am fnff joints muscles and bones stops was a member of the executive com backache neuralgia mittce of tlie Maryland State Fire me mans Association He was a inemoer of St Josephs Catholic Church from Limber up Get a 30cent bottle ol oldtime honestiSt Jacobs from any drug store and in a moment youll lift free from pains aches and stiffness Dont Suffer Bub rheumsv tism away which the funeral Homin nass emelery Frostburg Mr Cain was 1strict deputy for Wester Maryland n the Knights of Columbus He was a member of the HolyName Society and of Father Matthews Total Abstinence Society Survivorinn are his wife and one daughter Mary also his parents Mr and Mrs Henry Cain Frostburg three brothers James and Thomas Cain and four sisters Mrs Patrick Grimes Woodlawon Mrs Willivm Lavclle Vale Summitt Mrs John Baker and Mrs John Johnson Cumberland Advertisement AVOID INFLUENZA Gargle Or Spray CREAM FOR1 CATARRfl NOSTRILS Tells How To Get Quick Relief from HeadColds Its Splendid In one minute your cloggwT nostrils will open the nir passages of your head j will clear and you can hruatlio freely No more liawking blowing j headache dryness No struggling for breati at night your cold or catarrh will be gone a small bottle of Elys Cream Balm from your druggist now Apply 1 a little of this fragrant antiseptic cream in your It pen 1 A New York Mystery Sanitarv science ate maac rapid strides with that untold blessing to humanity The laty est application of its untiring research is the recommendation that it is as necessary to attend to internal sanita tion of the drainage system of the mif man body as it is to the drains of toe f bouse Those of us who are accustomed to feel dull and heavy when we splitting headache stuffy from a cold foiil tongue nasty breath aoid stom ach can instead feel as fresh as B daisy by opening the sluicea of the sys tem each morning and flushlag out the whole of the internal poisonous stag nant matter Everyone whether ailing sick or well should each morning before breakfast drink a glass of real hot water with a teaspoonful of limestone phosphate in it to wash from the stom ach liver and bowels the previous days digestible waste sour bile and poisonous toxins thus cleansing sweetening and purifying the entire alimeatary canal before putting more rood into the stomach The action of hot water and limestone phosphate on an empty stomach is wonderfully in vigorating It cleans out all the sour fermentations gases waste and acidity and givesone a splendid appetite for breakfast While you are enjoying your breakfast the phosphated hot water is quietly extracting a large vol ume of water from the blood and get ting ready for a thorougn flushing of i all the inside organs The millions of people who are both Bred with constipation bilious spells stomach trouble rheumatic stiffness sthers who liave sallow skins blood and sickly complexions aro urged to get a quarter pound lime stone phosphate from the drug stored This will cost very little but is sufT cieul to make anyone a pronounc crank on the subject ot internal Itation Ordinance No An ordianrp by thc Mayor find City Council of Cumberland Maryland en titled subtitled iii V i tvn CHOW spririK blow sling shot shooter or uny other contrivance manufactures anil calcu lated to throw sling or discharge uiv shot or other missile ut any time dur ing the night or day within the oor iess than ton dollars nor twenty Ilvidollars fine or imprison ment in tin Police Station for not less than ten days nor more than twcniv live days or hnlh line and inprisonmeiri lii thc discretion of the comrnlttlnc officer Section J3e It Cuthor ordained thai tnis Onltanco take effect on tlie day of November 301S TITOS It R HAST Attest Advcrttsment nov of lmod ami a sorios patrioticinterest a through the South Amort to KaJeteur in tin of British Guiana a beautiful I bankers daughter the wife of an East Side gunman an adventuress a shop workerall loved by Perry Merithew millionaire clubman found dead on tht roof of an Ea7t Side rookery All these beauties Incriminated by circumstantial evidence The swiftest ttory of New York ever written A screen play teeming with gHppln8 adventure ThroattlRwielv iTcctive spray or sarglo For The GHAFFE Advcrtiscinent i deaf and its just fine Dont with a cold or uasty calarrliEtliet comes so quickl HOURS OF SHOW 12 Noon to p m ADMISSION 12 to 6 lOand 20c After 6 p nri All Seats 20c 1 ROOFING SPOUTING HOT AIR HEATING LOOK AFTER YOUR FURNACE J GEORGE ZILCH 102 North ilttt I   

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