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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 28 May 1918

Tin. kvem.no cunrtEvr, tiksday, mav jm. LOCAL NEWS t mil i in . i Will Simmons and J. I). Fore hand were In (own Monday from Illack river. The Crawford Tom Oray, the genial, was In town on business and to see his little-" grandchildren. v Mm. Hugh Osge and daugfitor. of Hope, are In town guest of llotol Hates today. Albert Johnson and son-in-law, llobert Lnpsey, are up from their IMark river ranch this afternoon. 1.- I t . - , .lil n t m tA pair of tojtslls at Kddy county hos-i pltal yesterday morning and is do ing nicely at this time. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ares were down from their ranch this week Mopping at the home of Mrs. Ares' parents, Dr. and Mrs. A. A. Hps nip Mr. and Mrs. Hill will move to the Frank W. Itosa property on Canal street tomorrow, they having leased the bungalow for at least a year. H. A. Hock Is erecting a large cement dwelling house on his lot on i North Canyon street. Aa soon as completed the family will occupy It' for a residence. John Oversell left this morning ...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 28 May 1918

mjty&a to i 700 whei "0y Gi ii7a;i in 2i. Makes Good in the Miller Plant"- artVrn lh. hifa ttt lifldhlS metM among oor own people. "Hiere are hi one left nm I. sifeaing tot rar .eelf. would care to marry. Now, wbat lare von tolng to do for osT" - a. mm We're Ready With Uniform Tires Built By Miller Champions TTHE Miller crack regiment of tire-builders will this year make only enough Uniform Tires for one motorist in 50. And The Miller Rubber Company has granted us the local rights to supply these much-sought tires. For Millers are known far and wide today for their uniform mileage. That means that wherever these tires are run under like conditions they wear the same. That 99 Millers in 100 outrun standard guarantees. That les than 1 per cent ever need adjustment. Of all the some 429 brands on the market, there is no other yet produced to equal them. ! .,.'' 1 Tnere U no escuse longer for buying tires en luck. Miller mean certainly and safety, loo, because i the tread thai it gea...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 29 May 1918

illie EvElM J voi. a, NO. 37. CAItlHllAI), NKW .MKXICO, WlKHNKKRAY, MAY 21), 10IH. $.1.00 Year, COc. Month, ftc. Cop. J v t . 1 ji I i 11 J'! i I GERMAN DRIVE IN FULL SWING Ry Associated Press. TIIKHK llH IlKlv'N NO I.KT.PP AH YKT IX Till: GERMAN DIUVK HOimi FROM AISXN ,M) ItOTII tiik krkncii am) rkitisii iiavk iu:i:n forcf.r to iivk M'KTIIKIl GltOtND. )H. ItlCMie lit KAIMIKHHKI) IS PARIS, IIOWKVKIl, THAT AI.IJKR UK. tiKIIVKM. SOW RAPIDLY fXMIIN'tt VP. SHORTLY Till! TIIK Kf'M.K AM) STOP TIIK KNKMY ADVAXCIC. APPARKNTLY TIIK 'GKRMANM ARK ALRKARY RKIXU IIKl.O. . THIS CKXTKIl OK TIIKIll ADVANCK AM)(J TIIK VKNLK RIVKIl IX TIIK VICINITY OP TIAMKH, WIIKRK TIIK l"OINT OK TIIK GKKM AN WKRfJK HAH IlKKN TIIIU'HT TIIK PRKS ftUKK OV ItOTII ALLIKR FLANK IIOWKVKIl. HAH IlKKV HICII THAT ROTH WKRK FOMPKLLF.R TO FALL HACK. AMERICAN SOL DIERS MAKING GOOD SHOWING Ry Associated Press. Pari. May 29. The Ion range bombardment of Paris by the Oer tnana waa reaumed again today. Dy Associated Pi ess. Washing...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 29 May 1918

ThiEveningCurrcnt H. I. I'eiiy. lldltor and litr. Ilnteicd a Apt II I ft, 1 1 7. Carlsbad, New Act of Ma Sunday Mt-f-oiwl class matter at the post office at Mexico, under the ::. I H 7 J . Published excepted, ly tlu COOIT.HATIX i: KXTIINMON WOIIK In .iu t i i i m: and iiomi: kconomich Stote of New Mexico Cailxhad Punting Co. Aiti; vol a iihii) iii;i'i:.mi;.m? Does noun hodv i have lldCC everything ) 'ill.' Money jiioduies no loud lll)S W ilH t OtlK'IM KlllW. It you're not it fill Mai - get out on the lainiH ploduce leal loud. Food to win tin- war! to 'l o-1 inciely i WOl kT it nd help New Mexico College and Mechanic Art, tmnt of 'Agriculture County, Cooperating. of Agriculture I'. S. Depart and Chaves HO LAM AIION y.K.Nh or t to im: t in- Alll.sllAD, m:v m i:ico. The 1'iesldent or tin tutted' States, In compliance with a resolu-t t Ion of t 'on k renn has Issued a inoclamatiou making tomorrow, Muy 30th, a natlonul day of fast ing ami player, and In accordance ( lth the spirit or the...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 29 May 1918

tiik lvi:.m(j cunnisxT, W. ().' Howell I in from the lunch this week. J. T. WJilte and family, of Mid land, en route to ItoHwell, stopped over nixht with friends here last night. Mm. W. II. Harber l erect Inn m four room dwelllaK on the rear of the lot purchased ly her on North Canyon street. Thin In the lot oc cupied ly the Kobb studio. The building faces the Anderson Sani tarium snd will be finished In good style snd rented. Miss KIIh Frailer stopped over laot night en Yuute to her home In 1'ecoa. from llnwell, where she had been vtaitlng friends and relat've. IThe lady Is well known here hav Ing frequently vllted her elster, Mrs Will Lucas, while the latter was a resident of Carlsbad. J. 8. I'ecry, linotype operator In the Current office, Is off on a va cation, irolnx this morning to visit relatives and friends In various parts of Texas, expecting to be gone a fortnight. . Mrs. 'II. M.HMillcoat Is In Artesla and will spend a month nt the home of her brother. Jim Montgom ery In th...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 29 May 1918

V. 0 , IN LIBERTTS NAME Memorial Day Finds the Nation Battling for Freedom of the Whole World.' M MnrUAt. PAY n f.oru of a ar fnnht that thla tuition. un ner iimi, ahnnld hate a new fclrth of freedom, and that government f the people, for the people mid he the people shall not prh from the earth." A half century and more haa ; p J alnre that Immortal ntleianc. (Now the nation la again In anna, to ,ghl that "the world ma ha made Mf for nVm.wrafjr." , Than, the young republic, struggling pward toward Ha flalon of freedom, learned through tha bitter travail of Olvll war that tha udon rould not lat half alava and half free. The eleloa haa broadened with the wlrt- entng years. Thee) It wae for the free j dom of a rare tha nation fought. Now tha aword la drawn for tha lmf.erlle.! I liberty ef tha world. : Tha natal Ujr of onr Independence ha?e hesa wont to eelehrate with 'louil acclaim and vaunting pride. Me morial day eee haa heeo onr time for solemn contemplation. Another Ma- 'mortal da...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 30 May 1918

7 -wm TTe mnh CAIthMtAD. XKW MHXICO. TliritMY, May :. vol.. i, no. ;w. Oar r 1 TEUTONS FAIL TO WHIP AMERICANS l.V AxOC(utfl 1'lt-Mt. With Ililtlsh Aim) In I'lanre-f; Mny ;10.- 'Another stionn enemy counter uWack anttlnst the Annilo..i tioops In tho I'iintiKiiy sector west, of Mont IHdier fceems to hate met with another complete repulse, ae cohIIiik to a brief report from .tli south. The American tioops hut a evidently been subjected to almost continuous uttaikM since they stoi in ed' their way into Ciintuny. In etei) case mi far tho fiifiiiy n watt a hate biokeii itMilnpt a stone all of ifhiitt.'vnnv Tho troop tin fat loarnliiK th Kamp and art1 putting that dash and determination Into ' their fliMitlnK which characterizes all Americans. This latent (icrinun as sault appear to hi' the IrvavUst Hie Teutons lidve-ct nndeitakcn In the attempt to evict tin Alucilcans Mom CantlKiiy. RESERVES BEING PLACED IN LINE FOCH SELLS CITY OF SOISSOHS Mm. Clyde llmlncid returned last nltht rroin a tl...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 30 May 1918

EveningCurrentlOEGORATION DAY I N CARLSBAD M. 1.. Perry, Alitor and Mgr. Kntetcd a second class nutter pill Ifi. I!) 1 7. at the pout office at Catlshnd. New Mexico, under the -Art of March .1. 1879. Published laily, SiirKlayn excepted, bv the Carlsbad Printing Co. iwi.m: iioi i;s i The rising rout of wages, equip meni, replacements, fuel and older I operating expense has the same Inlltienre upon steam tallroad In--ome as it has upon street railway! Income. There in now Com-i nment con trol f the rallioads. They ate opemted an a mill. Various eco tioiuleH liiiic l.een put Into effect such as elimination of unnecessary trains, consolidation of ticket offices aud withdrawal of solicitors. outgrowths of the competlttte ays tem ate to be cut off. SHU a deficit I In prospect, and It is now recommended to Olrectot Cenetal McAdoo by his adtlserath.it passenger and freight iuto be in creased 25 per cent. Tilt Incicaae In dect nicfssui. In spite of the fact that the vomie of traffic haa grea...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 30 May 1918

Tim i:vij.mx(3 cltircxt, tiii'icmimy. Mr w, ioik. LOCAL NEWS Albert Area the ranch. la In the city frota ,Odle White has returned to Itos well after attending to bualneas la thin city. ItOYM AND V.IMH Vt.VUH HVHt COl'NTY. OF The outlook for Club work la en couraclng at the present time. Spleudld local leaders have been ob tained in the various club localities AMOUNT HAIHKD KOH CllOHH. rni: iu:d R. II. Knowles Is In town today from Ma home on the rancn near LakeooU. Twenty-aeven hundred and .dollara and fifty-three cents is total amount of money given WIP UPU Cross t)V the. trrllnr' one the to I STILL ONE OF TIE! F. M. Hatfield and V. p. Pardue were visitors from the lower valley yesterday evening. of the county, and are pushing club I d he jurlXtYon T work with th nthi..i..n. iK.t inAi. u.er . Jur,Ml,tlon of the Carlsbad. r.i.. .I,'," " apier. wnich Is named the Kddv : . ' iuii money was . I Veterant Always With tht Bo'yt Hiram Welch had tonsils and adenoids removed at Sisters Sanit...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 30 May 1918

( V. iimin' M Mystery at Psychiatric Unit al Pi a 1 1 I n 1 a I Ul WUl Ucli. Clocks and Pule Appear and Di$af ptar by Magic When Rookld la Examined. i Cattle Growers I flrrnt I.nkc, III. "Wh.i'i looney J now?" TIiIm l (ln tiijr Mi.ifj fi r fit the sy liliitnc unit nt tin- iihmiI tr: tiling Million. A ft w days iii:o KiHni John Sluiii! I ill, iivni'il mi i'X sl" llit-if lwinl jmt- 1 f- fi'Miii r moon:; I f ii li.Tults In ti ll- V" llmi. Air. Mnirir m Izi iI ihc oppoi t im. I r?3 lly for w.m.. fun. ,. (iii,., ihijipl 'vi lilntilf null, nsknl fur Chief Yen-' limn i miH it ix i Miiii : "I Iimvi' n I. ion I mil jroliif tn Mini IT. Ill' is II M (T1I7V IK II Kill k.n Willi ll nut fur llllll." f 'I I. i ll turnliu' to tl( M. k;ht.(.r !,..iii rnfm In- remarked: "(;(, tir nml t-lmw IJii in n K"'"l tlim" i Winn tin Iihiii" uii'nr.'i nt the 5x1 vittlt. Ii.mIiN showed ,iii to ii M-nf, UK liimmlit out ili. vnrl.iiii I. link niiljCc hi.Ii'n iukI Muriel tu llnd mil Im-Hi J ?0 r Ms tti 1 t su ln.ru ...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 31 May 1918

u vol,. 2, No. an. CADIS II YD, Xi:W MKXICO, I ItlOAY, MAY Ml, 1M1H. ."VM Year, 0n .Month, ftc. j GERMAN ADVANCE I RUSSIAN UPRISING 280,000 TO BE ENEMY TRYING TO STILL UNCHECKED NAER KIEV. DRAFTED IN JUNE REACH THE MARNE r rail. May 31. The allied left flunk oil tin Alsne front has ! it forced hack by u violent Orman attack which was repented until the line Rave jctound In the realon near the Alletle river It l officially an luounccd today. Near Solsaona and further nouth Oerman attack were broken down and tho French main- talned their positions. In the ren ter the (leriunng made a alight ud vanre north of the Marne. Tho French took Chillols west of Hhelms In rounter attack. Moscow, May 31. -Strong revolu tionary detachments of demobilized KtiHslan soldiers and peasants equip ped with machine uns and artillery have risen In the Thchlrerlve pro vince of Kiev In an attempt to aieze Koternmental power. Tho Dolsh evlkl government ban hccn linked to send troops to subdue th trvntu tionai...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 31 May 1918

Ml-! OK Till: NKI.KCTIVK Plt.UT. Twenty-one men, will leave June 10th for Ft. Ham lloiiHton. Texas. A number who had been drawn alg rifled their desire to enlist In the mechanical division of the army and were allowed to do no, thus risk ing It necessary to rail the follow ing: ' Halph llaiold lladley .107. Spencer Holand Graham 51? Horace William Harper, 520. Gharlea Whltten. 530. .lames Monro Wrlht, 62 K. William Gerhard, 539. George II. Stephens 541. Wm. A. Nash 54 7. HiiRh Oscar Sims 567. Carlton Grimes. 570. Wm. M. Trultt 57 4. Kdward Howell 675. Andy II. Crane 5f2. Hick Dascher 599. Jamea Hyatle Wood, COO. Thomas A. Nelaon, 610. Manly Grant Smith 20. Henry Hroadus Wilson 630. Joseph Wilson Tteevea 632. Charles Lee Catnpoeii 35. William II. Maxwell, 644. Veterinary KervUe. The following men have been ac cepted In the veterinary division of the aervice and will leave tonight for Petersburg, Virginia: Aaron August Makeney. Itobert Lovl Meana. Arley Lee Roy Morltdkey. Wm. Anderson...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 31 May 1918

THH Mi:MN(l CTIUIU.NT, FRIDAY, MAY 81, 101H. i" fl" Y LOCAL NEWS R. I). II nice In up from the lower valley this morning. L. V. Knowles, of Monument. Is registered at the Klghtway hotel. C. M. Van Zant and family spent J yesterday on Rlack river, rustical Vine. i .. - Henry J. I,ange returned last night from his trip to various Texas , points. It. I). Pulllam and wife, of Hay ton, were at the Palace yesterday. .. Miss Her) I Regnlor Is taking the position of cashier In tha Joyce I'rult store this month. Albert Johnson Is tin from hln ranch on Hlack river and seems s Icheerful as If It had rained eery tony inn is locality. John T. Garret from the Mains country Is in town, coming to buy stock feed and on other business. Dr. W. C. Doss, of Artesla, came down from there late yesterday and Is attending to veterinary work this morning. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Coats, of Monument, were In town yesterday, spending the day and looking niter business matters. Marynette Heed left with Mrs. Jsmes and...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 31 May 1918

U. S. SOLDIERS GOING OVER THE TOP AT CAMP FUNSTON Why We Fight No. I Bacauta Germany lor Yt Hat Data Making Sacrtt, Trcaohar oua War oa L'a Hy l I.AKKNCK t, hl'I.KIi acrary cif iU War Curiiwiltro of t: . Union l-ai.a Club of 'du'KK't. Onp of Hip deep, underly imr tenson. not Just h diplomatic pretext why c are at r with Hermany I Hint for h generation tJertnuny Tin heen tank In wnr on ih. fJcrmnny )mt nuidp this war not ip4iily. hmvcly or liiiiiiiiin ly. Iiul secretly, ircachcroti'dy and persistently, sin' Ion "fnmlit ! creafp race dUcnrd, In cm nipt and fm Mllf lcl;m nnd tt.c lioldera, and to create vcpirnii' f r 1 1 1 1 ri i ommunP Ilea within our l.onh i s. Sh hna ml aom-d Mio minds of children in our achonl In nu ffn "iivor to makp Her noma of them instead of hv tlum troxr up nl 1-i.vnl AiiitImii cltlr.eti'. Sin till lfivnl' ln nc r t ih'mm of th pulpit Itself In nu iiidi iiNor to corrupt our ppoplp tliroiiKli Mm very leader of iTionillty to whom they arp iictub t!iil to look fo...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 1 June 1918

lihe ELvemnias: Cmirreiii VOI '2, NO. 40. caiu,shai, new Mi:.iro. io jim: i, mix. .Y0 Year. WH Month, .V. Copy. ADVANCE OF ENEMY HALTED Hy Aoclated Pica. Violently hurling the weight of great number agalnut the French position north and aouth of SoJ aona, th German Crown Prince wi unable to progrena although hi aol diera made every effort In their power to overcome the ohtaclca in their path. The mot vital aertor of the buttle linn la from Noyone to Itheim In the renter and on the Maine river between Chateau-Thierry and Hormana. On the eat the Franco-IIrlllah llnea aland Arm arter their retire ment to the line running through Hleranrourt and Kpagny. The Kal ian t French halted and In the face of a in out violent fire from the ene my made furiou attarka and count er attack and aurreeded In holding the enemy weat of SoUmoh. Near ly everywhere along the battle line the (Jcrinan were repulsed with great lu. Ten mllea aouth of Solanon the (lermana have not ad vanred more than aeveral hun...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 1 June 1918

TTeEveningCurrent 8. I.. Perry, Kdltor and Mgr. Kntercd Nit second class matter April lfi. 1017. at the post office at Cirlsbad. New Melco, under the Act of March 3. 187I. Published daily. Sunday excepted, by the Cailshnd I'tlntinK Co. Shall CaiUhad have a Fourth July celebration thin )ear? of lit MS srin:it i.i-: si,k;iiii,v Itevlsed ptiMMUKer t I'M i II schedule Hn Into efTect on all railroad went of !hlcnco on Sunday, June 2nd, by order of the director sencral of railroad. The committee on revl nloii or western schedules had dl reeled to co-ordinate passenger train service and eliminate trans not nec essary. The transportation needs of every section were carefully studied and comparatively few train were rancelled. Yet the total passenger train luilea eliminated will he around 11, 72. 000 and the savin: In operating coNt about $ IK. 000. ooo. 00 a year. Much equipment, urgently needed for moving troops, will also be re leaaed and It must be borne In mind that the American railroa...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 1 June 1918

thk i:vi:.mno cuiuhsxt, 1 iuday, junk i, iqi. LOCAL NEWS n. Hardin and wife are In from their ranch on the plains. J. R. Yate. la on a business vllt to Hoswell where he will likely re main a couple of daya longer. Judge C. It Hrlee la In town to day coming from Hoswell to attend to various legal mattera. Hay Roddy has enlisted In the mechanical division of the United States army, but haa not yet been assigned to duly. Minn Sophie Church, a nlere of John T. Rolton'a from Hoswell. la In town at the home of her kins man for a ahort visit. Hubert Ryan has been elected to fill the place left vacant In the O. W. camp caused by the resigna tion of A. It. O'Qulnn. John Moore wrltea from Tela, Fpanlsh Honduras. Central America: "the people here In Tela are buying Liberty Itonds and this la Hed Cross week, too." Mrs. Kllsworth James and son nd her sister, Miss Gertrude Iow enbruck, left Friday with Woody Tullloua and family In their car for the James' ranch at Cap Hock. Klbert Tedford wishes ...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 1 June 1918

Why We Fight NoJI BeeauM Germany's fowls tael r of the Junle sad 1 lr Doc tribe "Mi(hl It Rilbl' Hy I'l.AULM'K I. HI'KKIi Herirtnry 01 I In- Wmt Ciiininltt) of Hi" I'nlun tongue i luU of -. !(.. We are At r with Ucruuiny be raue PruHn 1 mii 1 1 1 n t m Mer man y, and from Hit day of Freder ick the (Jreat, law Inn been the law of tli JiiiikI, her l trine "Mljrht Is Itljrht" and her llcy, In dealing lth other iihH.hh, on of rvt bin the wi'iik and lerrm lln the ' strong. (ii'iiiiMiiv Iinx grabbed terri tory ami tii t rlltii t from her lielichhort, mihI finally, her arr-fl he coiiilmc greater, Iim looked out orer more. dllaiit ImimIk, and has commit ted herself to n Mlirjr of world domi nation width menace I lie continued free existence of every nation vihieh will not submit to her will. i ('rmaiiy'M policy Is not an acclden- , tal one. It ha been carried out with remarkable sluglcm of urio from generation to generation of llohenxollern rule, from the Dm, of the (treat Frederick until t...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 3 June 1918

1 We VeiMll nrresji. J vol a, NO. 41. C.IRI.MII.IO. MiW .MEXICO. M(IMV, 4VSK A, IUIM. S.1.00 Year. GOc. Month. fW. Opy. German Subs in Raid All Class ! Men Calle off American Coast By Associated Preaa. Washington. June 3.- Germany, by atrlkln with her submarines at the very doora of American porta, haa admitted to the world that the American army will turn the tide of battle against her on the battle fields of France. Aa the first newa of the atibma rlne raid on the Atlantic count waa brouitht to the navy department by the Associated Press, followed by official reports from various sources navy officials declared that Ameri can anti-submarine forces now In home watera waa ample to meet all attack from the undersea boata. The following la the navy depart ment statement a given out today: "Navy department Informed that three American achoooera were torpedoed and mink off thin coast by enemy submarines." Steamships from llrlstol art l Inn today at Now York report that four niaated scho...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 3 June 1918

ThaEveningCurrcnt H. L. Perry, IMilor tod Mgr. F.ntered an second clans nutter April IS, 1917. at the post office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Art of March .1, 1879. Published dally, Hundaya excepted, by the Carlsbad Printing Co. ItMilSTIl ATIO.V Jl M; ."HIi .. With the slg-.Jng by Pivtklrnt Wilson of the tlll and proclamation deslgatlnly Wednesday, June 6, an the day which all men who have reached the aKe of 21 since last June G ahall register for military service, Provost Maishull (ieneral Crowder'a Office Immediately began preparations fur the enrollment of the men. Instead of lining the elect Ion as wan done last year, (Jen. Crowder will call upon the local boards. It la believed that their experience durlntc the punt year han peculiarly fitted them to handle the new reKlntratlon economically and efficiently. ; (Jen. Crowder han entlmated that probably three-quaitera of a million men will be added to the American Army by the new reKlntratlon. Ilia estimate In baned on the ...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
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