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   Cumberland Evening Times (Newspaper) - November 14, 1918, Cumberland, Maryland                              fAGBIJGBT EVENING NOV 14 till Midland Nov 14 Funeral of Peter B Cain The funeral ot Keter Cain who 41ed Tuesday at the AlleRaiiy liosiil Cumberland will be held toiuorj row moraine at 9 oclock with Xiuieni mass at St Josephs Catholfu I Church and iuternieut in St Michaels l ueuieteiy JYostbunj Tie pallbearers will be selected from tho members of the Kulghts of Columbus which Mr Caiu was a Fourth Degree memi ber In Ulr Caiu Midland has lost one ot its most useful and prominent citi zens He was always a cheeiiul and energetic worker for the welfare ol lie was one oC the organizers of the Red Cross Society In 3iidlaud betas chairman of the initial meeting While the influenza epidemic wag at its Vorst he was ouo ot tho most active in getting medical aid for the town A sad conckleuce has occured in the deuth of Air Caiu and James H Noel Air Cain beiuK presidentof the Volunteer Fire Ue1 ipartuient and Noel vico president I was a devoted member of I Josephs Catholic Church always be Ing a leader in any activity connected it He was also a member of the Iather Total Abstinence Society and the Holy Name Society Mr Cain was 15years ot ago and was born at Piedmont Ho had lived in Midland 17 years holding the posij tion of ageut for tho Georges Creek I Railroad After ing1 seriously ill from influenza an I operation was found to be a last re sort in aii endeavor save InsIite I Discharged from Camp James Duffy has returned from Camp having been discharged for physical disability Ttacners Resume VVcrk The following young ladies have left town to resume their duties as tsach ers a CLOT being dome for five weeks due to the epidemic JUss JIary Mau ley Pratt Miss Elizabeth Byrne Shipley Miss Marv Mauley Rush Miss Anna jMtmley Irons ML Miss I Angela Winters Green Ridge Miss McGrady Pennsylvania ave nue Cumberland Miss Lavern Scbrm bert McCoole and Miss Ursula Me Guire Hawlings Personals Mr MtcJlQfil Brndfiricjv is verv ill Ladies Suits Dresses Furs Price Have You a Bad Coldi I RelieveIt With Dr Bells Pine1 TarHoney i Are you going to let it stick and tie come a chronic condition j Of course not Not when you know ou have a preparation like br Bulls PmeTai Hoaey to loosen it up and so allow Nature to rid VQU of it I The fli st dose will products gratifying results The second and third will I convince yonthat Dr Bells PineTari ITiney is an enemy to a cold The preparation is second to none lor its soothing relieving Coughs la grippe brouchitis asthma can not withstand an attack by Dr Bells PiaoTarHoney Economical JiOc fiOc ami HIGH CLASS TAILORMADE SUITS Poplin and Serge Suits Sale Q tP I t Broadcloth and Velour Suits Sale to 100 Novelty Suits Sale Thanksgiving Sale at Both Stores MAINSTORE 121 BALTIMORE ST BRANCH 407 VIRGINIA AVE LADIES AND MISSES DRESSES Serge Dresses Sale Price Satin and Velvet Dresses Sale O Novelty Dresses Sale Price FURS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION Single or double skin Fox and Wolf Scarfs in Sable Taupe and Battleship colors Mulls to Match SALE SALE SAUE SALE SALE PRICE PRICE PRICE PRICE PRICE M 11 M A H liew Brimmed each store 1111M 6 ry specially designed for this sale Yalees up to Our Virginia Avenue Store Open Evenings Pay Week Maun Store 121 Baltimore St Branch Store 407 Virginia Ave GERMANYS ON RED ROAD THAT RUSSIA TROD SAYS SHEPHERD CORRESPONDENT HAS SEEN TWO LEADERS NOT MASSES RULING COUNTRY NOW AMD TIME WILL COME WHEN SOME GERMAN TRO TZKY LEADS POPULACE TO NEW EXCESSES I soine man who will come in all llkeli Russia has prevented the red terror i hood out of Hamburg It may be there Dittman j The school in which the Bolshevik Russia learned therr creed was at I Hamburg which is the center of the j communistsof Germany The Russian j Trotsky himsolf ivjll surely appear in the midst 01 the Germans He j signedhis post as foreign minister in the Russian government after the German revolution hid got underjway There is mtle ubuht that he tooK this action in order to free himseif for work in Gcrmuny Germany just now is headed toward certain Russianrsovietism and mass terror Food alone will stop it TRITOWNS TriTowns James Cole Breaks Leg James Cole son of Mrs Ednrard Cole Oak View fell yesterday on the top flight of the steps leading fro Tho Trotsky of Germany will try jaiain street to Oak View to persuade the soldier with the fracture of the leg leading from ai and sustained i Louis Dance AtDevon Club A liberty dance will be held at the Devon1 Club by tho members Friday night Nov 15 Isles Orchestra will furnishthe music It is planned to have similar dances during the win ter Personals Mr and Mrs Joseph Grandstaff Frontstreet Westemport have re ceived word that their son William had arrived overseas Walter Grandstaif another son In the service is convalescing from in fluenza at Jefferson Barracks St a i a ka U in i TTasIimgton D Nor Revolu tions are allallke they move in fixed channels I saw the Mexican revolii against Diaz at ttrst hand and also the Russian revolution Germany is gom the bioody regulation the route Every move made so far in Germany hag iparalelled what happend in Mexico and Russia I can select man for man the Germans who are the conterparts of the successive Russian leaders Prince Max who headed the re the kaiser abdicated was the Prince Lvoff of the German revolu tion There are always a Prince Max and Priuce Lvoff in teygfnt upper class liberals who over the government and try to steady the people Thev last for a little Madero was the Prince lax of Mexico After the prince JjvoSe and tho iPrince Maxes come to the Kerenskles the men of the people who go into power because the people clamor for them Llebkneoht Ebert and Scheid eraann will furnish the Kerensky and i his associates The soldiers and workmen are not the rulers of a revolutionary country while the Kerenskles or Eberts are in power The Scheidemanns and Keren skies try to rule over them and they fail The dy come wheff the soldiers and workmen insist on governing the country themselves The millenium wTiicb they hoped the revolution would bring does not corns wherefore they Tike charge themselves by force of tUeir rifles Jn Mexico rifles were scarce and this phase did not occur in that land but m Russia where the soldier got back home from the front his rifle he was able to take over the government himself and to nils it through hiasoviet I and the workman that the soldier i J ancl workman soTiets ought to uerman soldier is getting Home be the ruiers Of Germany If the soldj Rev Willis V Brenneman Gettyswent an operation for appendicitis jwith his rifle The stories the j iers and workmens families are himi liars will preach at ML Calvary Movies Mrs Earl Shaffer Oak View is a Services At Lutheran Church i Patient at the AYestern Maryland Hos Announcement has been made thatljltal Cumberland where she under iviJl listen to the German tnousamls of flooding the i gary they w cities and of troops moving abouton Trotskv cornruandered jusj It ishuugar alone that makes Bol sheviki If they are not bungary if the outside world succeeds in feeding them even partiallj perhaps the Trotsky of Germany will fail Polic ing with allied armies will not tify this belief There is nothing to prevent the soldier of Gcmauy taking over the government before long he merely awaits some Trotsky The Trotsky of Germany will be Lutheran church Sunday morning and evening November 17 New Railroad Crossing The Cumberland and Pennsylvania Railroad Company has a force of car penters replacing crossing at iThird Majestic Virginia Pearson in The Advertisement Special Friday Saturday the badly wornjig street Piedmont with a new one This crossing was Blue and white colors Sizes S to THE BON TON any more than military occupation in becoming a menace to street traffic Advertisement 1114at IN JAIL FOR FORGERY Guy Luzadder Held At Oakland On Charge Of Raising Note Guy Luzadder who has lived In Oakland for upwards of a year was remanded to jail Saturdayby Justice West of Oakland for action ot the December grand jury on the charge having raised a promissory note from to 95 which he had cashed at a Terra Alta bank Arthur Wolfe mill operator of near Deer Park the maker of the original note was the complainant Tin council completely ap jFOvcu tiiG pTinCipjcS uuvvii bv President Wilson as the real basis ot It is possible it had not heard that the Colonel had thoroughly mischievous Lest European allies might all insist upon having the white meat Lord carving In Post AMONG THE PARAGRAPHERS German finances look mor like a scrap of paper money York Evening Post e Mid more J f Smothered to death Governor Whit mans Presidential candidacy Spring field Republican Now that we know Messrs Roost velt and Taft a little better it seems remarkable that they didnt do more damage during their terms as Presi News and Courier It might do the Wilsonphobists good to read The Associated Press dispatch from Trlest in which it is declared that one big factor in the disintegra tion of the empires political fabrir AustriaHungary was the diplomatic writings of President Wilson Springfield Republican I Special Friday and Saturday Cnreets size 20 jn 51 THE BON TON Advertisement 111421 Bryce wants Uncle Sam to do Specials THE HIVE A flousatiusiaa vc Edwards Olive Tablets are a Harmless Substitute j Dr Edwards Olive subsli aate for calomel mild but sun j their effect on the liver ii almost instantaneous They are the resul jf Dr Edwards determination not to tres ivcr ana bowel complaints with calomel 3is efforts to banish it brought cut thess itde olivecolored tablets These pleasant little tablets do the gooc Jhat calomel does but have no bad They dont injure the teeth lifci strons liquids or calomel They take holt if the trouble and quickly correct it j rure the liver at the expense of ths teetW Jalomelisometimes plays havoc vith tli i nans So do strong liquids It is best no but to let Dr Edwards DJIve Tablets take its place Most headaches dullaess end tha feeling come from constipation and disordered liver Take Dr Edwards JJIre Tablets when you feel Note how they jrtin and how they perk up the spirits 0c aod 25c a box All FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Grey and Ivory Kid Grey Top Tan Vamp Buck Top Gun Vamp vamp Sammie Shade Buck Top Cherry Vamp Green Top 1 And various other combinations to be closed out ac cordingto the Government ruling Regular price to chfcice to You will ftnd almost a complete line of the Govern ment regulation Shoes in stock Seeing is believing Give us a call OUR set prices are right Corner Baltimore and Liberty St RE AND OHiO RAILROAD TS AND OTHER AT WORK IN NEW SHOPS CUMBERLAND MD Good wages steady employment and excellent working conditions Rapid promotion These shops are modern uptodate in every yespect and equipped with the latest improved machines and tools Free transportation furnished Apply to Baltimore and Ohio Employment Office East End Queen City Hotel 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