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Foremost—Oldest—Best—Busy Store jM Silk Waists $1.50 & $2.50 Crepe Waists SOc S SI.OO WK* We call attention to White lpi% Ik Silk Waist at sl.so~This waist i> / *v ‘M is splendid value—also a better / N f Silk Waist at $2.50-Crepe and ••V4P> ■ ' Voile waists from SOc to $2.00 V i 9K£r - Come and let us show you ' these waists ; \j Sale of Sum \ I mer Goods Crepes and latines, Crepes with Colored Embroid ery dots and figures; Voiles and Rice Cloths, Linens and Embroidered Flouncings In Summer Merchandise Ratines and Crepes lead the procession. Have sold more than fifty pieces. Have never seen such values as we are now showing. Ratines in white and colors, 36 inches wide, as low as 25c yd. 40 inch Voiles in white and colors, 25c yd. RicejCtoths, Crepes with Em broidered Dots and Figures. These and other beautiful White Crepes with colored figures and dots as 'ow as 25c yd. Lawn Specials at 10c yd. PHOENIX SILK HOSE x m Special Value 75c pr . Phoenix Silk Stocking for Women at 75c pair represent “TL. \ \TiS Quality at a reasonable price, guaranted to give satisfactory j m wear. If any defect should cause trouble we are authorized to I give a new pair in exchange. Other good Brands of Silk Hose H /ra at 25c and 50c pair. Best 25c Silk Hose in Cambridge. A \ IWB fell Silk Crepe De Chine Silk and Cotton Crepe De Chine 50c yd. Silk Poplins 50c and 75c yd. Come here for Crepe De Chines, Beautiful Pink, Light Blue o and Cofen Blue, also White Crepe De Chine. 36 inches wide, only 50c yd. Silk Poplins at 5Uc and 75c vard. in the most fash- d // ionable Blues and other Colors. Fibre Rugs. Mattings and Window Shades Rug at lower prices than you are in the habit of paying you will come he e. more Floor Coverings because our Showing is larger—price lower Women's Silk Onyx’ Hosiery 25c, 45c, 50c and 75c pr. 3 Pa.ts for $1 00 Onyx Hosiery represents the best in Hosiery offered in the maiketa of this countrv. They are high class stock ings and marked at special sale prices. You should supply your Spring and Summer needs at these low figures. Special Prices on These Calico 3£c; Percals 8c; Crepes 8c; Embroidery 3£e; Soisette Remnants 12£; Corset Covers 25c; Fine Muslin 9c; 50c Corsets 33c; lt*c Embroidery 5c yd; Matting Cornwell, Bowdle & Co. — ~ MOBBCOBOBBOOOfioaoaoocaonoeoaci: ecooooooooeoooeeoot i fiE -®tTHE HOME rue | nSm AUDITORIUM V —— ———— You can keep cool heie—Electric Fans here, there and everywhere and i Forced Ventilation — i TONIGHTS SPECIALS I The Baby Spy! “Baby” Wade, Bessie Eyton and Guy Oli- | ver in a Feature Two-Reel Selig x Civil War Drama I, “Baby’* Lillian Wade will be remembered for 11 her excellent work in “The Child of the Jungle” in | | which she had the lead. She shows a sixth sense for j | absorbing war secrets, daringly conveyed over the ! I border by her resourceful mother, saves a Union Ar- I j my Corps. An unusual and winsome war play. Dan Cupid, Assayer David Kirkland and Reina Validez in another I splendid Essanay Western drama. | j She Was A Peach Marguerite NeMoyer and a big cast of Lubin’s | funmakers in this comedy skit. You bet she was a Peach. i Batty Bill’s Love Affair Batty Bill is sure a goer and in this one as usual : ; he Jias a very lively time of it 8 The Eyes Have It | Mae flotely and the Lubin Police force in a dan- j; dy comedy of surefire fun show I; 5 cents Admission 5 cents i | Tomorrow Saturday Matinee & Night |; “The Song of Solomon” i i Edward Boulden and Sallie Crute in au Edison Two-Reel Feature i showing how on* big song success was made. Solomon composed a | 1 catchy song but could not sell it. He decides to try Trixie, a comieop- ( , era star, but she won’t see him at the theatre and throws away his lei- i ter unopened. He takes the next room to hers in a hotel, hires a piano ] | and sings the song. He wins, A wonderful thing is fame, living Ber- ( tin, the wellknown composer of popular song is done to life in this i special photoplay ] [ Other Photoplay Features 5 cents Admission 5 cents | —aanaaaaaoannnnnnnnnnunnnoooßQOOOOQQOOOSOOMami =■ THE DAILY BANNER Published daily except Sunday CAMBRIDGE, MD„ JULY 24, 1914 | Brief Locals | Mione&toncnnitnte*Dztcx*cxi* Auditorium tonight. Miss Emily Cator, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Cator, of this city. Is visiting her cousin. Miss Katharine Cator,at her home on Taylor’s Island. Mr. Edwin C. Hopkins, Jr., is substituting for Mr. Russell Mat- Thews, at the National Bank of Cambridge, while the latter gen tleman is taking his vacation. Dr. James TV. Cain, president of Washington College, Chestertown, was in Cambridge today, being on a tour of the Eastern Shore counties in the enterest of that institution. See Bessie Eyton. Selig’s leading lady, with “Baby” Lillian Wade, the famous child actress, "in the big two-reel Civil War drama,which heads the photoplay bill at the Auditorium tonight. Mr. and Mrs. George E. Harris, who have been visiting their sis ter, Mrs. Thomas B. Cator, at her home on Gay street, for several days, left on the boat yesterday evening for their home in Balti more. Mr. James Albert Sibley, of To ledo, Ohio, arrived in Cambridge yesterday to spend sometime with his wife and little son, at the home of Mrs. Sibley’s parents. Dr. and Mrs. L. E. Johnson,at their home on Vue de L’Eau street. Messrs. Lee Fong, Henry Phil lips and Harold Robinson left in an automobile this morning for Dover, Del., to witness the game of base ball between Dover and the Chinese team, which is traveling in Delaware. Earl Bennett, of this city pitched for Dover. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Bentley, of Philadelphia, arrived in Cam bridge yesterday in their touring car, having made the trip in the car. They will remain until Sat urday, when they will be accom panied home by Mrs. -Mary Lang and her daughter. Miss Sallie. tMiss Ethel Ross entertained a number of guests this morning at cards, at her home on William St., in honor of Misses Frances Creigh ton, of Philadelphia, who is the guest of Miss Nannie Shackelford, and Virginia Carty, of Frederick, who is the guest of Miss Winifred Davis. The prizes were won by Miss Nannie Shackelford and Mrs. P. Watson Webb. Florence Lawrence, the star of the movies, tonight at Grand Opera House, in a play with a twist, vital in dramatic elements and human in terest, “The Doctor’s Tesitimony,’’a Co., and Florence Lawrence, that glorious little star, plays the lead ing role. Don’t overlook this splendid play tonight. The best of her repertoire of plays. Prof. A. R. Spaid, Superintendent of the public schools, has received notice from the State Superinten dent of Education, Dr. M. Bates Stevens, that there are two tuition scholarships to Goucher College, Baltimore, at the disposal of the State Board of Education. These scholarships are open only to graduates of the four-year approv ed high schools of the different counties of the State,and any young lady or ladies of this county desir ing to apply for such scholarships should communicate with the State Board before the 25th ot August. 1 o CHURCH LOCALS -—Mass next Sunday, July 26,at St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Cam bridge, at S o’clock. Mass at Golden Hill at 11 o’clock. b&r. —The Rev. Billy Friday will preach in the M. E. Church,at Sec retary. next Sunday evening, July 26, at 8 o’clock. Rev. Gypsy Smith will sing at this service, and Rev. Mr. Friday will render a song of his own composition at the end of the sermon. A cordial invitation is extended the public to be pres ent. 1 o ..Opera House tonight, 3 big features will be shown: Florence Lawrence and Matt Moore, in “The Doctor's Testimony;” Mary Alden and Owen Moore, in “The Godfath er;” Ethel Grandin and Alex Ga den, in “The Opal Ring.” Joker comedy, Louise Fazenda, in “Their First Anniversary.” o Another Chance. The Philadelphia Underselling Store, located at No. 10 Race St., announces in this issue a number of bargains in ladles’ waists and ladles’ and children’s shoes. For full information, read the adver tisement which may be found on the last page ol this issue. 3 Big Double Features Opera House Tonight Don’t miss this show Dance at Oakley Beach Tonight Admission 10c Florence Lawrence Night Opera House In the Great 2 Reel Play The Doctor's Testimony ■ HOTEL MAN FINED J i SIO.OO AND COSTS. t Proprietor of The Hotel Cambridge Fined by .Instice .lones For Mi(k- I ing Assault I lion Harry W'Usoip. i s As the result of a fracas at tire Cambridge and Seaford Railroad r Station last night, Mr. Frank Leon ard, proprietor of the Hotel Caja -1 bridge, was this morning fined |by ’ Justice Fielder G. Jones, $lO ahd costs this fine being imposed after Justice Jones had heard the eyi ; dence upon the charge of assault, - made in a writ sworn out by Mr. Harry Wilson, last night, after the trouble. According to a statement made by the State’s Attorney, to a rep resentative of this paper today,the evidence in the case showed that a traveling man, Mr. E. Alkus, Philadelphia, who had made ode trip to Cambridge before,and stopife ed at the Hotel Dixon, from the train and was solicited both hotels; he stated that iH wanted to go to the second down the street, as he had there before. Mr. Leonard, of Hotel Cambridge, had taken hHj grip, but when he made this star® merit, Mr. Wilson said, “You mean ] the Hotel Dixon,” to which Mr. All kus agreed, stating that he ooulaL not remember the name at Laird Wallace, who is connecßß with the Dixon, then took the grW from Mr. Leonard, who became eiL raged and struck Mr. Wilson, tht first blow hitting him in the Mr. Wilson made no effort tol taliate, but raised his arm to fHH tect his face, and Mr. struck at him once or twice la the meantime, the traveling nHS who were in Mr. Wilson's bus, cfl ed to him to hit back, but this Wilson refused to do, as he that he had no desire to involved in a fist fight. This evidence before Jones was corroborated by A. H Poole, a Philadelphia traveling mfl, and young O’Day, who drive® J. Fred Dunn's second bus, <wh|e the testimony of Mr. Leonaft, which was somewhat different, ws uncorroborated. Mr. Leonard, hew#- ever, plead guilty to the chargee, but was lightly fined on account of this being the first offense. The affair created intense in dignation among a number of the traveling men, who are very fond of Mr. Wilson, who is noted fof being one of the best-natured men in Cambridge, and of whom but few persons can be found to say anything unkind. Mr. Van Sant, a well-known machinery salesman, of Seaford, Del., offered to remain to be a witness in the case for Mr. Wilson, as did also B. Frank Ken nerly, Jr., of Salisbury, another traveling man. k The whole affair was for while there is always tween competing hotels, and usuMly results in noise around stations, places where the traveling may be solicited, there is no oocß* sion for the indulging in fUm fights and any other methods tlpaS are against the peace and pubM welfare of the community. j PRIVILEGES )orchesler County Fair, Cambridge, Maryland. The privileges to sell at the Dorchester County Fair, August 2& to 28, inclusive, the following ar* tides: Fruits and melons. Cigars and tobacco. Hot sausage. Soft drinks. Sandwiches, other than hot sau sage. Peanuts, Programs and pencils, will be sold at the Dorchester coun ty Court House, Cambridge, Md.,to the highest bidder, August 4, 1914,. at 2 o’clock. The above privileges will be sold separately, as listed, and then of fered as a whole. The Fair Asso ciation reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Persons who are unable to attend the sale may send sealed, bids, which will be opened by the auctioneer at the sale and considered as bids. For further in formation, see Vernon S. Bradley, Secretary.—Adv. 7-23 b&r. Keep Your Eyes Open For The Great Play '‘The Million Dollar Mystery” Dy Harold McGrath w fAs Grand Opera House Saturday Matinee & Night The 2 Reel American Alle gory “THE LAST SUPPER” For those desiring to witness this picture I of Christ and the Apostles on Saturday m Matinee, we will show it after the Vaude B J ville—to enable those who wish to see I a this great play and who object to Vaude. ■ I after 4.0 d o’clock Saturday afternoon, we ■ I will make admission 5c to see the great ■ 3 Allegory of Christ. Synopsis in other U I advertisement I ■■■■■——l ..Ladies’ and Gents’ Suits clean ed and pressed at Schroeder’s.. Phone 4 09-J. —Adv.. 23-6 t.. The Great Serial Play “THE MILLION DOLLAR MYSTERY” will be shown in Cambridge w f&s HURLEY & WILLIAMS j THE LARGEST AND LEADING DRY GOODS STORE NEW ; JllrH, Summer ; Materials r ywjy The demand is great for our new and attractive styles, patterns and designs JyhV BkA of dainty effects, some of which are e /I! H* continually arriving every day, - V 'Jill f Waists t ti / The Prettiest Line We Have J - ’ | / Ever Had. c j. \ fipM Crepes, Rice | Cloths, | Voiles "0 Hr ■Hesrof All The Famous Ask to See The New J H j \ . Seed Ratines, Dotted Crepes, r I /aChL Neckwear < Silk Hosiery i CORSETS 25c ? [For Style, Comfort, Fit & Price A The New shades 13 Iflurley & Williams P^^OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCgOeaCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOON 15 Left | We have 5 porch suits, 3 pieces to each set, fin ished in WEATHER PROOF’ GREEN, that we want || to close out at following reductions. This is your chance |I 1 Set was S2O 00 now 816 50 V 1 Set was 17 50 now 12 50 || 1 Set was 16 50 now 12 00 |j 1 Set was 12 00 now 850 } 1 Set was 11 50 now 750 |j NATHAN’S Furniture Store |i 1090000e00c09a0000c000000txcccccccccccccccccccccccct m J GRAND OPERA HOUSE f “Tonight Tonight ■ The warm weather will have no effect on you here Enjoy a quiet > evening in this cool retreat under the FANS Florence Lawrence Tonight Florence Lawrence, the Famous Star of Photoplay will appear tonight in the great play of her career ‘■THE DOCTOR’S TESTIMONY” Featuring Florence Lawrence and Matt Moore I in a play with a twist—a twist that is vital in dra J malic elements and human interest appeal, and I IHvrajO Florence Lawreuce, that glorious little star of the 1 "Y : Victor plays is playing the leading role-Miss Law- \ / /Mjm rence’s talent is counted on by the “Universal” to \ carry through any kind of play, no matter what V kind of acting is required—She is retained by the Victor Co only for the best in Photoplay Florence Lawrence A 2 Reel Reliance with a Moral Appeal • The Godfather A strong Western drama, featuring the charming actress Mary Al den and Owen Moore A youug man goes West, begins to gamble, is discovered and the Rough Westerners are bent on hanging him to the nearby tree—Released by the Godfather, they renounce the gaining ta bles, come East and live happy ever after • Imp Two Reel Feature THE OPAL RING A thrilling 2 Reeler which you will enjoy w ith the charming actress Ethel Grandin & Alex Gaden JOKER COMEDY THEIR FIRST ANIVERSARY Featuring Max Asher and Louise Fazenda in toaiwMra a t jjj s exceedingly laughable Joker Comedy - .DON'T FORGET FLORENCE LAWRENCE TONIGHI -1100 SEATS 5c ENTIRE HOUSE |S?*Notice—Saturday, July 25th, will be the last Vaudeville day unti September—Thereafter on Saturday we will present in addition to our regular pictures the greatest Serial Picture of Today “The Million Dol lar Mystery” and the price for all will be sc—loc Saturday only Photoplay Magazine for August at Box Office—lsc copy 1 —7 HERBERT HEARN Hot Weather Hardware 1 j Ice Cream Freezers, Ice Boxes, Lemon Squeezers, Iced Tea I Glasses l Screen Doors, Window Screens, Screen Frames, Wire Cloth, Oil Stoves, Gasoline Stoves, Gas Stoves, and Lots of Other Things for Your I Comfort in Hot Weather HERBERT HEARN Hardware and Building Supplies PHONE 22 129 RACE ST. I— ■—W——P—taM HARRINGTON & BAYLY CAMBRIDGE’S BIGGEST, BEST STORE * Pdlmlive Shampo In order to introduce vxie Palmolive Shampoo, the Palmolive Soap Co. has de cided to give away absolutely free of charge with each bottle of Shampoo 3 large cakes of Palmolive Soap. Regular price of Palm olive Shampoo is 50c a bottle. For a limited time our price will be 45c a bottle and 3 cakes of Palmolive Soap Free Silk Hose 25c a pair I Black, White, American Beauty, King’s Blue Emerald Green and Purple Phoenix Guaranteed Silk Hosiery For Women 75e pair; For Men 50c pair \ -r- Royal Worces ter and Bon Ton \ Corsets Best in The World We Are Sole Agents i Fiber Rugs, Grass Rugs and Matting Rugs. All Sizes Crepes, Ratines, Voiles, Laces, Embroideries, Ribbons and Neckwear. H arrington & bayly iooooooooooooooooooooajooaoooaooooooooooooooeooooam “Highland Linen” best box of writing paper J1 made for 25c. 8 ! A full line of Popular Copyright Novels 50c each. ; A full line of Post Cards, Souvenirs and Novelties. | See the Magazines and Daily Papers. | M. WARREN HOOPER’S. loooooccccooogocceeoßeeceofloooccocceeeccooooooeooooßi _ 1 HARRINGTON & WALLER The Most Up-To-Date Dry Goods Store ] \ BEVERY8 EVERY YEAR there’s something even better in Nemo - ■ have an Introductory Sale of.. MO YET for stout and full e brand-new Nemo— ' sMSsro Has improved Self-Reducing front that gives fine abdominal support. The great new fea ture is an arrangement of semi-elastic bands at the back, extending far below ends of back steels, which give a charming rounded figure and the utmost ease in any position. No. 327—10 w bust (SO.OO No. 328—medium ) & * We don’t see how it’s possible to sell © U PLE2S4 H such good corsets for so low a price; IsELETrED u CINGI 3Z7 but tleyVe here— and we want you Now that the summer dances have started, and the resorts are at their gayest, women need plenty of dainty gowns, underwear, parasols, hosiery, neckwear & etc. Our stock is the most attractive, many new things just arrived