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   Cumberland Evening Times (Newspaper) - November 15, 1918, Cumberland, Maryland                              CCMHKLAHD EVENING TIMES FRIDAY NOV 15 Everything in the toy line for the holidays now on display in our big toy department on the second floor McMULLEN BROTHERS THE HOME OF STYLISH SHOES The Christmas stocks are now complete Make your selections early and you get best selections Wonderful Sale of Suits At Exceptionally Advantageous Prices Two special groups of Suits Values up to Values up to Beautiful Model Suits showing all the new little touches developed this season Some of are tailored others are trim med with braiding an d big pockets others showing Jsport tendencies Models and designsto suit every fancy Youll Fairly Revel in Our Handsome For instance there are fur scarfs of wolf fox nutria and others that are sure to add to your win ter costume Attractive cape arid coatee models Th prices are as attractive as the f Petticoats And youll be surprised how much silk underskirt will add to your fall frock or suit how much smarter it will look and how much better it will hang S Youll particularly like the ones of silk jersey with a tailored flounce of taffeta or the plain and changeable taffeta underskirts with scalloped flounce A broad range of petticoats is here for your selection 98 Womens Unusual Blouses at Moderate Prices New ideas in crepe de chine georg ette crepe and tub silk Square round and V necks in new shades including the suit shades Shino Polishing Cloth for use on gold silver or nickel Removes tarnish re stores lustre produces quick and effective results Will not scratch or mar Like illustration 25c Get This Handsome Set of ERECTOR The Toy Like For Your Boy This Christmas Its the substantial and complete Erector Set hi hardwood cabinet Contains a fine electricllotor long and short Girders Angle Irons Nuts and P ills Pulleys and Gears Whc s and many other parts Also included is a beautifully illustrated models of skyscrapers bridges machinery fly ing machines farm implements etc While your boy plays with Ernctor through out the entire year you will have the satisfac tion of knowing that the constructive side of his natura is being developed by the call that Erector makes on his imagination ingenuity ambition and skilL By jetting Erector for your hoy you also will be malting it possible for him to get free membership in the great Gilbert In stitute of Engineering Stop in today see Erector and get leaflet telling all about A Complete Line on Display to Autumn Millinery Perhaps youve been wanting a new hat and have put off buying it because the one you liked was more than you wanted to pay If that happens to be the case this will be your opportunity For here arc hats with the dignity ot style that feature of Joslin Millinery Special at Hats with wide dropping brims hats with sofe tailored crowns and brims large sailors and small sailors smaller turbanlike hats with soft crowns Black and all the popular dark rich au tumn colors Large line all colors character hats Childrens dressy velvet hats all colors to Velours Plush to Oversea Special Mens Department Mens Kid Gloves from to pair Mens Wool and Fabric Gloves all styles to Mens Sweater Coats all styles and weights to Boys Overseas Hats Childrens Military Suits all styles Age 3 to Mens Munsingwear wool and cotton to the suitrAll sizes WILL THE HUN REVOLT STOP WORLD TRADE NOW j FALLEN THREATENING SCHEMES READY FOR AN ATTEMPT AT BUSINESS CONQUEST ALL OVER THE GLOBE German government a plan enforced j labor whereby collect j a billion marks every year Natives j to be required to labor four yeins i ior German rulers in lieu oil military j service under thisslave plan KEYSER Keyser W Nov 15 Powder Explosion Fatal Nelson Button who with G What will the peace conference have wun do with fiermairtrada matters Kalbaugh was tmuredin a powder Bureau 1128 1134 Mun sey Building t Washington Nov will the Socialists revolution I Jto do with German trade matters Well it Tvill discuss and aiTange the standing and privileges ot GermaLy in them marlcetaiiOf the vprld It will hare something to say as to the distribution Fallen Autocrats Planned Trade Warof raw materials to nations needing The Germanautocracy had a comthem in nork And its j plosion at Barn um died at Hoffman Hospital on Thursday He is survived by liis wife The hody was taken to I Cross for interment Sues B 4 0 for Mary Harness has sued the German after war nave on plans This is a vital question not only to Baltimore and Ohio aioad through plete set ol plaas lor worldwide iteregt whatever capital Germany may Harry Fisher attorney lor i damages for the death ofher husband war to start with the cessation of honj have left after fur years of war wane UIities VjtaUy interesting question I who was killed at Piedmont while re plans were adjusted for the business man but to tne coming D ths Siic in Often Had To Stop His Work Arid Lay Down That theseplans existed was known to every government at war with the Central Powers One thing the German plans did not take was the possibility of a German political As this of thg effect of the revolution on Pturnine ftoni German trade war plans Perhaps there may never be any trade war Surgical Dressing Class The Surgical Dressing Class met on PARKERSBURG MAN DIES OF WOUNDS Parkersburg W Nov Kerauiidas 25 died in a base hospital Thursday afternoon in their over store It hay beeu ordered from Washington to continue The fallen German government had Jin working shape a new and separate ministerial bureau created design ed for the express purpose of dealing j authoritatively with after war trade For 18 Years Has Been With and industrial problems This was the usual with Teutonic plans there was a j rom a W0lmd received while in action fatal omission in them lwltn the American army fn Franca Reichswirthschaftsatut According to a recent outgiving of Bookbinding and 0 I According 10 a recem uutgivmg ot Printing Ureco Dr Helferlch now among the bosses Makes HimFeel Better Than that wereand are not it have In Manya Year according to word received here to He was proprietor of a local restau rant and left this city with TVood coun tys quota in April and bad been in France abnnt four months After be1 Ing wounded he was Identified by a tag that had been sent to all the mem bers of the Masonic fraternity of this rooms held on Monday evening Tuesday Thursday and Saturday afternoons Underwent Operation George Buddie Browning son of Mr aud Mrs Prank Browning was talceu to the Alleganyrtospital Cum berland where bs underwent an operation He was hurt on a upon which he was riding Calendar Coterie The Calendar Coterie met with Miss Mineral street Those Knitting Club at her Home Funeral of Professor Collins The funeral of iProf Robert M Col BULGARS CHARGE HUN VISIONS OUTFOR 8PEAKERSHIP Everette P Moore of Moundsville elected liist week as Republican mem ber of the House of Delegates from Marshal county W lias announc ed his candidacy for the speakership lins was held from the house this i Paris Nov German newspa afternoon ftov A Ferryman of per publlches a dispatch from a Bul the Presbyterian Church officiated news agency containing a for sisted by Rev Dr H V of theimal protest by the Bulgarian governof jr8 Moore 13 a lawyer First Methodist Episcopal Church ment against act s of German troops and has served two terms in the House i during the second of which although the youngest member ho had the honor of being the minority leader The honoranpallbearers H G in that couutrv The protest says Wilson C U Everharr D Reily Shull the Huns seized all the provisions George Parsons Phillip Keys and army material belonging to the J V Bell The active pallbearers Dr Bulgariaiis during the W G Koelz Harry Klght Arch Torj even stole Red Cross supplies and dan W C Long John Johnston and i obliged wounded to give C N Flnnell Interment was in jup their and shoes leavini neens Point cemetery them half naked on the roads leading Personals i to the hospitals Mrs Betty Burgess returned to White Jean Middies Blue and white colors Sizes S to Steeby after an illness at Hoffman Hospital i Ed McKinley of Clarksburg is here M Mr and Mrs W A Solyards of Timberviile visiting Mrs Stella Solyards Harry G Moline 111 Fisher returned from Harry Tracy returned from Balti more Mrs W H Brooks oC Elkias is the guest ol Mrs Eugene Kite Mrs Hattie Spotts of Hlnton is visiting Miss Glendori Miss Mary Burna of Terra Alta ti visiting Miss Mary Tahaney Mrs Ernest Shoppert and two child present besides the Coterie wer Mrs ren of Gerome are the guests of Kmrna Ludwig Washington Mrs Jaa j arbitrary powers to deal with prob tentate Crojvell j lems of demobilization elimation of city who are with the colors Tsy Beacham Westminiter Mrs L For the past thirteen years I have j woman and child labon questions of Special Friday been with the same company and labor supply exchange and credit sup sometimes I have been a pretty sick plies of raw materials and transporta tnaa and would often have to stop tion All the and powers my work and lay Said Mr j Oi the fallen autocratic tyranny were John resides at 327 jje placed behind vit son street My greatest trouble has j But will the new regime attempt vibeen my kidneys and no one knows j anything more that internal reacljust have suffered The pain at ment for a few years Wont it be too times was almost unbearable It felt busy at home to hunt for problems one was bending my and also terrible pains in my Recently fallen autocratic Germany slylilders and a lumbago also 1 sufformed a huge to ferflffwith constipation and was so lize and control foreign aud domestic nervous it was with great difficulty I entreprises copied after the British sleep I was bilious and Trade Corporation This body was to j have a taste in my mouth j construction and operation and my breath was bad in the rajiroaaSi factories and irrigation ings My appetitg was poor and fMiLi systems to conduct mines food did not seem to give me any md pjanlauona and businesses of all strength kinds to be established all over the I have now taken four bottles oliworld u was a huge and glittering Dreco and have a different tale to tell i program My kidneys are straightened out all course these plaus were semi right arl they me and I do iu character They were a 1 not suffer with lumbago o st te 8ociallgm And all these I my shoulders The constipation is cheme8 are in form In the j relieved and 1 get good nights sleep u revolutfoulsts thoy and of morning my do or try to do with them dei and there is no bad taste f u factor9 I have gained eleven pounds and 1 s mjlck d actually teoi ueueitan in ma v happen that attemps will P and Saturday Corsets size 20 to 30 THE BON TON Advertisement Ill42t L Hayden Baltimore Misses Nance and Francis Brengle Mrs D R Shull and Miss Bunnell Refresh ments were served Entertained KniUTng Club Miss Mary Vossler entertained the Mrs W W Long B C Lytell returned from Pitts burgh Mrs Irene Furbee returned from Terra Alta Mrs Orie Rice and Geralrtine Bla mer have returned from Indian Head THE RON Advertisement ll142t TON Feeble Aged Woman i 75 Years Old Weakened by Pneti Restored Strength j Winchester am a farmers i wife 75 years of age and pneumonU j left me in a wealc rundown conditioii I so I could hardly keep about and do i my Tiork A neighbor brought me i Vlnol and it has built up my strengili j so fast that I think it is the best metl icino 1 have ever Jen of the late WjiliamWEdwiii Chilton Uie Chapman and mother of former Senator William I There ls n secret about nol II E Cliiltou died Sunday at her home fwes us successs to beef and con In Charleston The end followed a livcr Peptones iron and manganese long illness aufl most famous body 1 building and strength creating tonics P Skin Troubles Weguar antee ojir new skin remedy W E Turner druggist and drug gists MRS CHILTON DIES Elizabetji Cliiltou wife C9c Special Friday and Saturday Corsets sizes 19 to 14 THE BON TON Advertisement ll142t years If Dreco helps ev toevise M0 opernte thei Plans V the throttled auto for It surely is every cent yo ge can be traced to ataCt0 Ww Contemplated the freed aro wil to undertake the colossal expense these something lev organsof m fhplr ititlps as Nature inmttv be dono wlth thel anmany dtaea and j Before the defeat and the PUB away never to return The corj revolution complication a comprenn rcctway to these organs program for creation of state by taking the medicines provided by monopolies had been drawn up in Nature herself which aro the roots i Germany H Included rfbout every herbs barks and berries found in the thing in Germany from which money woods and flolda Such n medicine is could be gotten A German econoj JRteco and if given a fair trial usually mist estimated that the annual rovej tTcWnplishes wonderful results Irino from the German state monopolies j is sold and recommended in i would be marlts more Cumberland by Fords Drug Store In than a billion In this ho in Cumberland and Klngwnod Cnmnbeliyclnded tobacco beer sugar Son In Lonaeoning Pcaroo Drug tea coffee coca coal electricity nl Co In Frostburg Kcysor Phcy hread menn and exploitation KeyserJohnston Drug Co in Davis i of colonial labor Elklns and Parsons Millers Phcy in Germany hod a scheme laid where Thomas Morgan Drug Co In Pledby she hoped to make Uio natives of mdnt Murllnton Drug Store In Marcolonies she had pay her bills Advertisement Professor Ballod flgurod out for Uio Nervous Mothers Should Profit by the Experience of These Two Women Buffalo N am the mother of four children and for nearly three years I suffered from a female trouble pains in my back aud side and a general weakness I had pro fessional attendance most of that time not seem to gut well As a last resort I decided to try Lydia E Pinkhams Compound which I had seen advertised in the newspapers and in two weeks noticed a marked iinproveroent I continued its use and am Mrs B B ZIELINSKA 202 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