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   Cumberland Evening Times (Newspaper) - November 16, 1918, Cumberland, Maryland                              WA IVMMIMi TIMML SATURDAY HQyA u m PACE FIVE holidays toy department on the MCMid flow McMULLEN BROTHERS TTfK1 rirmrrr Wonderful Sale of Suits At Exceptionally Advantageous Prices THE HOME OF STYLISH SHOES Shino Polishing Cloth The Christmas stocks are now complete Make your selections early and you get best selections Two special 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 sport tendencies Models and designs to suit every fancy Youll Fairly Revel in Our Handsome Furs For instance there are fur scarfs of nutria and others that are sure to add much charm to vour win ter costume Attractive cape and coatee models Th prices are as attractive as the furs Unequaled for use on gold silver or nickel Removes tarnish re stores lustre produces quick and effective results Will not scratch or mar Like illustration Autumn Millinery Petticoats And youll be surprised how much a silk underskirt will add to your fall frock or suit how much smarter it will look and how much better it will hang Youll particularly like the ones of silk jersey with a tailored flounce of taffeta or the plain and changeable taffeta underskirts with scalloped flounce broad range of petticoats is here for your selection 98 Get This Handsome Set of ERECTOR The Toy Liko Structural Steel For Your Boj This Christinas Its the substantial and complete Erector Set No 4 in hardwood cabinet Contains a fine electric Motor long and short H glc JronsKuts and Bolts Pullers and Shafting Pinions Gears Wheels and many other parts Also included a beautifully illustrated aJanual showing how to build all kinds of models of skyscrapers bridges machinery fly M la Perhaps youve been wanting a new hat and have put off buying it because the one you liked was more than you wanted to P MI u lf that haPPens to be the case this will be your opportunity For here are hats with the dignity or style that is a feature of Joslin Millinerv 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 Caps Special 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 While your boy with Erectorthrough out the entire year you will have the satisfac tion of knowing that the constructive side of his natura is beingdeveloped by the call that Hrector makes on his imagination ingenuity ambition and skill wi bc Stop in today see Erector and get leaflet telling all about qmtermt A Complete Line on Display to Meits Department Mens Kid Gloves from to pair Mens Wool and Fabric Gloves allstyles to Boys Overseas Hats Childrens Military Suits all styles 00 Age 3 to 10 Mens Munsingwear wool and cotton to the suit All sizes MORE THAN MILLION REFUGEES SHELTERED BY FRANCE AND U S EDWARD THIERRY pital theChatelet afBvian the More than repatries came September and October influx filled frontier town of Evain the little beds and cribs to overflow durnis September and October ing They came back France after American doctors examine them all uonths and often years in exile inand invaribly find these tiny victims Germany They included old men aiid women babies and children More than a million and re fugees have been cared for through American and French efforts Up wards of a million came from theln vailed regions Half that number aje repatriated ones Evain a little the Franco Swiss frontier is the clearing house for The town is on tha south shore of Lake Geneva across the lake from Lausanne aud25 miles from the city of Geneva The repatries having been coming back to Gods coun the rate of a day They come In furnished by the French with the aid of this Swiss gov ernment Its an old story to the people of Evain but they never tired of giving welcome to the convoys The welcome puts a smile on their the first in many sad There is a Red Crohs childrens hos of the Huns suffering from diphtheria tuberculosis whooping cough and skin and eye diseases The housing problem has been a great one But cooperation between the Americans and the French has found homes for the repatries Every home is brought up to a high standard of sanitation and given regular hygie nic inspections In many cases old chateaux have beea turned into teuarnent homes for FRANCE TO FEED SELF HEREAFTER FUTURE IS TO SEE INCH OF AGRICULTURAL Government Aid and Motor Equipment Will Hasten Tiny When She Will Be to Ol SUBLIMATED TIN HAT BY BETTY BROWX As if to demonstrate the feminine version of Sammy Yanks beloved tin winters l JMfI uonuet starts brave ly out along the ap Ploved lino and iookg Hke a wish basin But it re gents realizing that a hat of American Beauty Velvet can never look with SWISS NAVY WANTS ACCESS TO SEAS enu p Jy EDWARD THIERRY s lavender pink roses the One Is the thirteenth France will have to become century chateau at Saint Lubin des course Johcherets near Dreux Although for of her KERENSKY PROTESTS REFUSAL Jobcherets near Dreux Although di lapidated froni age it was repaired imouv will be tho hir and its capieity trippled In other factor in supplying France with thf tho u1 nec food his vint America imdoubtlv will be tho hiir cases the French government has built barracks for the Thousands of these women and children will be able now to go back with returned husbands and fathers to their old homes But mariv them necessary machine V to make f way France will be able food restrictions said Food Controller he to greatly increase ag production The nation win SOCIAL CENTERS ARE OPENED IN ENGLAND London Nov 16 Britain has started tha Village Clubs Association with the object of setting up what is known in America as social centers or community house throughout Eng land tn to providing a ceu fr for ail sorts of social acticities and physical and mentally recreation the clubs will undertake to promote interest in farming and village life f GARDEN LEFT OF me sauds whose menfolks gave their become self supporting lives for France jvill remain govern To understand what Boret means it remambered that heretofore If of French farms have been worked entirely by hand or by the ule inent charges troller because of the order of the food j the dhmlf Faehines and item oft their pigs before Christmas will lie clear Can tier wrote that my position is thus rendered impossible and my o ce unneces fanner understands it is almost totally unknown here fely be a serious shortage of ALL NEW All of tiro IS of the West Virginia C this State chosen In the recent election are new members not one or the 10 retiring memoers not one of the 10 retiring members Having been rennmlnated in the primarr Only two or throp j renominatidn The veteran Remibli HOME OF LENS MAYOR can mem Ljfiri Nov When M Basly iieers and constructors already havp to study these proWoma Types 01 rnaclijnoiy have boon upproved and of some forms of ag ricultural machinery have been held Peace finds Prance mayor of Lens returned to the rav aged town after the allies captured it from the Germans he was unable to re cognize his own home only by rem iiants of the garden surrounding It Scarcely a stone remained standing of the towuhall which hail been built just before the war and not even dedicatee NO MORE PIGS SO CON TROLLER QUITS Ills JOB London Nov 1C H S Cantley M has resigned as British PigCon London Alexander Ke ensky in a leter published in a Lon pjr Protests against the ftisal of theBritish government to ch mm passports immediately to retur to Russia The government based it tf fdeclared determina tne internal pc of it is high time t recognize the regenerated and r stored central Russian government Kerensky says He came to wester turope on behajf of the Union for th Regeneration of Russia which has formed a central government BRITISfifpLAN BUILDliNG ON BIG SCALE The Nation lhat a ereat shipbuilding program involving stupendous su drawn up by a number north of England capitalists It is says the Xatiou al Aews that arrangements have beeji made for overcoming the two greatest problems of the moment labor and materials ia this several men who sums 01 representation in the new Senate I mch olhi h which meets next January sinse 190S 1 owed te reiato not an Ul1e LIBERTY BOND BABE DIES Moundsvllle AV Nov only child in the vicinity named Liberty the yead old son of Sir and Mrs Alex Sleime is dead at his home here from influenza The child was born during tho first loan campaign and was christened Liberty Bond Slcime The DIET During and After The Old Reliab Round Packagi INFLUEN1A Horlicks Malted Milk Very Nutritious Digestible The REAL FoodDrink instantly prepared Made by the ORIGINAL Horltck procets from carefully selected Used successfully over century Endorsed by physicians everywhere indftt HOrllCK S The Original Thus Avoiding Imitations members Of tlise five are i The i hold overs having oeen elected in ed its l0 if will contri bute raw materials facilitate the pur chase of farm macajnev and dilstri bute coal and gasoline NEWS BRIEFS Germans were preparing emplace ment for big Bertha to bombard Dover 10 miles away when chased from the Belgian Coast Revenue figures show Britain has more men with incomes over S u yeur tnan before war Union has sent Uoyd George paper protesting against any return of any African col of the country in secure maritime PARALYZED AND DIED James Kelly of Cuiiart Stricken In Physicians Office Oakland Nov imes KelkY aged 55 years of Cuzzart W came to Oakland Monday to suit her physician Dr Henrv Mc Comas and while seated in his office wns stricken with paralysis which ef fected her entire right side ffrom the physicians office Mrs Kelly was taken to the Browning hotel whcre she died tins morning at I oclock having London England Nov tho ttaeworn joke about the Swiss nary ir Switzerlands new sea gucs I through It is said to have been laid I before American and French bankers The plan is for a ship canal from Gen eva to Marseilles later extended irom Geneva to Basle connecting the North sea and the Mediterranean Food needs ia Palestine and Syria are still urgent as allied help has not yet overcome results of Turk misrule TWO MORGAN COUNTY MEN DEAD IN FRANCE Berkeley Springs Nov has been received here that Mr Keii na son of Thornton Weber has made the supreme sacrifice in the I national Army having died in France Edward Sharon also a member of the i united States army has also paid th I price m behalf of his country I YoungeAVeber was formerly a in tho school at Spohrs Cross Roads Allen district and Edward Sharon it oao time attended the school at Maei uolia in cacapon district LONDON GIRLS WORK IN COATS TO SAVE COAL London Nov in over coate is the latest war fashion in Britain Girls m many government offices leave their coats and furs on from the time they leave home until they return at night At Wilton Som erset all the people in tfte town hed a patriotic rally and agreed to KO to bed early to save coal ls HUMANITYS GREATEST FOE tim f tt naMo morc suffer uy ana ctealara everywi Dr Tuffs Liwr Pills RelyOnCuticurato Clear Your Skin ilie Ointment asn on m five minutes with Cuticurn and hot water usins Soap freely est appliwi with lundii The Second National Bank OF CUMBERLAND CONDENSED STATEMENTNOV 1 1918 RESOURCES Loans and discounts n United States Other Bonds Securities Banking House Real Estate asiTOV Cash due Reserve Agents i LtABILITIES Capital Stock GROW WITH USYoi Account Solicited THE FIVE MILLION DOLLAR BANK onies to Germany Lady Petre British noblewoman has repaired her own and her familys footwear since the beginning of the since the beginning of the war The British nppcnl tribunal at Jlid has just called up a 26 year oid man whom doctors fought over since the war opened He wns rejected 19 times and is now puseed Grates in Buckingham palace are hroiess by HIP kings order and the palace is within throe fourths of its fuel ration It is slated that Lady Rhondda daughter of nritalns late food con troller business woman nnd peeress in sw iiaa to press tier right to alt in the House of Lords as a w Mi year ago KeilyTuffer ed a stroke of paralysis and had al most entirely recovered when the fatal stroke overtook her Tho bodv will be taken to Terra Alta this aftef noon by Tjndertaker Bolden of Oak USED FIFTY YEARS MAKES PURE BLOOD AT ALL DRUGGISTS COAL We are in a position to make immediate delivery on best Furnace and Steaming Coal in the Georges Creek region PHONE 1407 Two STORES To Help Build Pershings Bridge of Ships and Back Up Our Boya at the Front GOVERNMENT CONTRACT THE BALTIMORE DRY DOCKS SHIP BUILDING COMPANY BALTIMORE MARYLAND Opportunity for men experienced in Shipyard Trades as Helpers and in other Trades that can be Used in Our Shipyard TAKE FT McHENRY ST CAR6c FAKE Twenty minutes ride from center of CiIN ESSENTIAL WAF WORK Write Phone or Call EMPLOYMENT DEPARTMMENT Come after canning and harvest season j II   

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