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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 9 July 1918

TUB KVKMNG CLIUIKNT, TUESDAY, JULY 9, 191. LOCAL NEWS Don't be spender. Dt a Barer Roy Murrah and Joe Hoffman, of Lakewood, arc registered at a local hotel today, Mrs. Charles Watson Is on the sick list this week, being confined to her bed since Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lapsley, from Mark river, spent a fw hours In town last evening. Jud Alston, wife ajid daughter, Cladys, are In from their ranch on the plains, today. UWTi A gold cuff button, with diamond In center. Heturn to W. II. Merchant and receive reward. Joe James Is spending the week on the rauch above Itoswell. looking alter raJirh bualneas of various kinds. Csrlabad. July 9.--Partly cloudy with showers tonight or Wednes day; not much change In temper .Mire. Mrs. Walter Clover had tonsils removed at Eddy county hospital this morning and Is doing well this afternoon. John N. Nevenger Is In town to day, the first for some time, he being kept at home on the ranch fiom a severe Indisposition. Hemember there Is plenty of ys...

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. — 9 July 1918

WIIKVr CHOP IS PAMAr.KD. j (Continued from I I rut Page.) ' the prospective wheat harvest in howa In the Department of Agrl-j riilltit i rin I for July. The tor- ' rant for June In ciKht hundred and ninety-one mllllou bushels, com pared with nine hundred and thirty-one million bushels In the fore cast for June. I ! riot Ion duriiM June I educed the pioupccts of a the winter wheat crop hv thlity million bushel and of the npiins wlie4t crop by ten million bushels. The corn harxcst will be the largest on record, estimated at three bil lion, one hundred and slity million bushel. Thcie will be record crops of bit i ley, re. sweet pota. toee and rice, aa Indicated by the forerat. while the oat and potato crop show theli probably erjurj record. W'Hxhlnxtoi). July A. Huey has announced that the shipping board let the contracts for ninety two army transports. ASSASSINATinN 1 w m w a a w IS CONFIRMED Ily Associated Press. Washington, July It.- Amhassu dor Francis at Vologda, In u mes saue del...

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. — 10 July 1918

ilfee Eveimn I V I iw ' . " 'T ".""-"' " ' I '..''-T'T''""" cazumii. mjw Micxieo, vi:dm:kday, jily io, iih. 3.00 Year, 00c. Month, 6. Copy LIST OF 1918 REGISTRANTS voii. a, no. t. GERMANS WISH - TO RETAKE POINT PRO AMENDENT OUT OF PLACE ALLIES GAIN IN LOCAL ATTACKS r1 fly Associated Press. There are Indications that Her mans are preparing Tor the reca.p ture of the high ground which was won by Australians and Americana within the laat few days on the fron,t east of Amiens, north of VII-lers-Ilretonneui. lxral attacks oc curred In that area last night, but the lirltlsh had little fmible In dealing with them. Thla morning, however, the enemy opened a bom barduient of Intensity over a front of r Ik lit mllea. Only Infantry op erations for the 24 houra In which the ground wm gained aee reported by (Sen. Halg. Mrltish have ad vanced their line slightly near Mer ils, Improving the position protect ing Nlenppe wood. There has been comparative quiet on the French front. The sectors of the M...

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. — 10 July 1918

HUSbTiiliFIUfr FAVORS ALLIES About this time when the gardCn in beginning to look very nice and we are thinking that lnv a few ! days we will be. f le to go out liy Associated Press. 1 and have some nice fresh vege- London. July in. Czerho Slovak tnt,0H frtr the table, we begin to lionp.H. now opeiatlng in IIiihxIh, no(jre that the plahts are looking desire to tight on mo y vsu i ( j, How, and flint the leaves are Hunt uiil don't want to be mixed n utu holes, or are curling up hi Knslii s iinenianonai aiiau. , ,ip i'H,n close examination, we A mcmoiMiidum to thin ft I" ,iM o er tha.t there seems to be a been piesentcd to the Jipni t' , jjJf ),,, or 0,.t. or worm having foii'Uti minister and the allied inn -LasBadors In Toklo by Colonel llur bafi on ebhall or the Ceiho Slovak Normal Council, savs the Tlint-s I'OI'K'Hpondclll III "Tl l lll rl." Hy AmmhWiiNmI Piess. I July In. Speaking Ml I In-, on-i)iliy m'hMoii of the Conglcss of' liiissiati nit li'H,. Leon TroUkv, the; Itolhevlkl mi...

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. — 10 July 1918

LOCAL NEWS Don't bo a spender. H Rave Duy War Savings Stamps. 1 T. I'. May Is down from Hop, arriving lat evening. Tom Mlddleton, of Queer., Is In town today on one of his ftequent visits. Minn Martha Coffin, of Hope, wn operated on today at Sisters' Sanltp.rlutn. V. II. Lttsk, the well known cat tleman, ts in from hit ranch thin Hi tc moon. J. II. Zlnimei man lian been on the nick lift thin week, hut I now at his plit.ee in the pout office here. Mr. Tohe May, of Hope, wan operated on at Sinter' SanltiM nun thin morning with excellent result. I. man While ha taken h posi tion with the First National Hank and ha already he i: tin wotk. Mm. N. L. Randolph I day cletk at the Cm w ford, taking the place of, Lyman White. I'.vn May hail adenoid and ton- kiln removed this morning et SIh- i tci' Sanitarium and In doing all right. MIh May I from Hope. There is always a peculiar feel ln of sorrow at the death of an Infant. Fspeelslly is this the cRe when an only child, the first born, expire....

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. — 10 July 1918

I IHT Of tOIM ItLOlHTItANTfl Artesla. N. M., Order No. 36. (Continual fron First Tug.) J Hcr. No. ., Donald Holand Weld- on, Carlsbad, N. M., Order No. 37. ItfK. No. 4H, n tick P. Walters,! He. No. t7, Jonaa Urnum, Artesla, N. M . Order No. 19. 'Colorado City, Texas, (Colored), Rff. No. 1J, Jesse Franklin Order No. :IK. Orsniinn. Cailsbad, N. M., Order . Uvtt. No. 40, John II. Crawford, No. 20. AMesla. N. M., Order No. 39. Ilex. No. :t. William S. Mills, . No. 3K, Win, Thomas llop., N. M., Order No. 22. ' Howell. I.akewood, N. M., Order Ilea. No. II, Louie Monioe Area, No. 40. Cailsbad. N. M . Order No. 2 3. t HeK. No. 7, Hobert Ilurrell Hcr. No. 3.r. Archie L. McDonaJd, ' Knowles. I'ortulea, N. M., Order I.akewood. N. M . Order No. 24. No. II. Hen. No. f,2. Tlioiiiaa K. Smith. ' Uric. No. 27, Hobert Nicholson. Hope. N. M . Order ,No. 2.1. Fortales. N. M., Order No. 42. U'K. No IK. Harvey llylton Keg. No. 1, Ilarnaldo Martinet l.ewls. Cailsbad, N. M., Order No. Carlsbad, N. M., Orde...

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. — 12 July 1918

Mil., a, XO. 7H. ni,Miri), m;v mumco, i itnv, jity ist, hum. .VOO Year, . Month, r. Copy, PEACE POLICY OF GERMANY HAS NOT CHANGED VOX HKUTLIXtl HKFOItK ItF.ICII- htao ii:t i. iti;s WILSOVM AMI i:;i.AMS ATTITUtf i oit i:s in xh to FitiiiT. Hy Annorlated Prene, IamhIoii, July ll -There In the r ket link mi between the hiII tkal leader of Orrmajiy aim! Oermi army headquarter re garding their readlneM to re ceive peace pmNaln from the Allien, If the) ni-0 offered In a nplrlt of -dnrerelty. ThU state innt vtHi nuide In the relrtiMag by IinMrUI Chancellor 'o HcHllng. hm)h mi KmIikiik Trie graph IUMilh romliiK from Copenhagen. - . , Oermiiny'n foreign tllry, the Chancellor wild, h laid hm-n In Orrmany'n reply to the pupal Nce note. Thut would he a HINDENBURG IS REPORTED ILL ily Annociated Pi ens. London, July 12. A Dutch trawler from (ieiiiinny, n.in m dln pv.tr h to the L'Kchnire Telegraph, declare that the rumor h.tn npread over Germany that You Uinden hut k In ill and In unable to par t...

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. — 12 July 1918

TheEveningCurrcnt S. L. forty, Editor and Mgr. Lnterod as second rlni matter April 16, 1917, at the pout office at' Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the! Act of Marrh 3, 1879. Published! dally, SunilaH excepted, by the i Carlsbad Printing Co. I i Monilnr ol The .UMHiMtetl Pre. The Associated Piesa in exclusive 1 entitled to the use for republica tion of all news dispatches creditor! to It oi not othcrwlite ciedited In this paper and also the local news published herein. V.HHI.MiTn on;.s. General Pershing haw protcsicd against the sending to him of un tested airplanes, and bin protect la likely to cause the men responsible lot of trouble, because It In Ken erally accepted that Pershing irnl lila men in ii tt have eterythlnx they need and hate it Just right. Attention hex born railed to the fact that the Federal Trade dm misslon had to go bark aa fui as 1013 for a rompailHon to nu.ke a showing that the copper roiupuiiloN were making a Urge pioTil The truth la that all mining entcrprlsci ma...

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. — 12 July 1918

tiiu t-viuMNO current, Friday, july 12, ioih. LOCAL NEWS 11. K. Tucker In up from Lov loc today. Little Sue Katherine Wllllau, who has been III for several day, la reported better today. Ulythe McCollum left last nt;b for Atuarlllo. after ft. brief atay with horn folka la Carlsbad. Wm. R. Vaughan from Itoswcll wan In town yesterday stopping at the Crawford and continuing on totith thta morning. Mm. McDnnlel and aon left last night for points In Oklahoma, where they so to- visit with relatives. Rev. R. T. Pool, paator of the UaptUt church, announeea aervlrea Tor Sunday us follows: Sunday school In the morning, followed by the preaching service at 11 A. M. No evening service on Mount uni on service at Alrdome. Mr. and Mrs. Royes, who have been at the Crawford for some time, expert to leave tomorrow Mr. Itoylea Is Interested In the Sul phur mines at Orla, Texas. Mrs. Mary Qllson plans In eav on the nine o'clock tarln tonight for Tonalcs. where she will visit for a couple of months with...

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. — 12 July 1918

c t . 1 ... , ' " 'rL2 ' Ladies Stammer resses iniii.i ii "' ' "- , 1 """ ' """" : y NOW ON SALE- AT A GREAT SACRIFICE ONLY A FEW We need the room as our Fall Stock will soon arrive We Call Attention to Our MEN'S MPARTMEN Best Assortment of MEN'S Summer Suits Standard Makes Reasonable Prices Men's Summer Underwear Special Values Special Prices We Have The "BIG STOCK" and Can Supply all Your Needs on BLAZE STARTS AT PALACE HOTEL Ct'.t I h t u t Fire lcpartment wna railed out last nlKlit at hbout H.30, the iila i m beinic turned in from the alace llotfl. A few iulnii1H pre- vloun to that t i in. Joe Mont", an ikht-yeur-old t)oy, who lesides with his piuentn In the Monlaoii house, niiw the blare roinlnn out of u win dow In the northeast corner of the bullfllriK. In the flint Moor and notified Mm. Chaytor', who nave the alarm. Inveatigi'-tion revealed that the rlothea closet opening from Mm. Chaytor'n bed room wan ahlaxe. The firemen weie iilckly on the scene and did most excel lent wor...

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. — 13 July 1918

i wrrm, Hie 'jiLveiaM XOli. 2, NO. 71). CAHU4HAD, XKW MEXICO, HVITHDAY, JIEY III, 10 III. $.1.00 Year, COe. Month, Be. Copy. GERMANY WON'T ANNEX BELGIUM By Associated Tress. 4tfnhflK July III. Denial that (iertmuiy intended to retain Helghim made by 'n llertllntt, (tritium Imperial Chan cellor In i seeli Iwforc the. rvUUtn main committee. The present MiHMMolni of Helglunt only menu that Me lime a pawn for future negotiation. The ftlAIMelhw said, "We have imi in lout Ion of k4liit Helgiiim in nny form whatever. What we want, as exptt'Hned liy ut on February 21, Is Hint after the war restored Helghim hall, m mii lndeeiidcnt state, iiot 1m Mihjeet to nlody at a aal mul shall 1U e with us In km"Ii friendly trial Ion." BIG JUMP IN TROOP VON HINDENBURG MOVEMENT REPORTED DEAD llrillsli Effort Alt SiirrHfiil. Hy Associated Press. London, July 1 3.--Successful minor enterprises were carried out by Htltlsh last nlicht on (lie Flan kers front near Vleux llericuin nnd Merrts. Ninety-six prisone...

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. — 13 July 1918

h TEiEveningCurrent S. L. Terry, Editor and Mgr. Entered a second class matter Apt il !. 1!I7, at the punt ofTlce at Catlshad, New Mexico, under tde Act of March 3, 187U. Published daily, Sunday excepted, by the Cailcbad li i ii t i has Co. .Member of IIm The Associated ly entitle.) to Hit tlOII lit nil IH'WS li Ahmn lated l're. PlOSH iH CXcIiIHIVU iiNf lor icpubllra patches ci edited to It or nut otheiwiso credited In tliiM .ii"i ami a bo t lie local qcws puhlisln'il lieirln. Thai IIm- Akmh iated Pies dl Matches nl l (In Ciuicul dally are in 1 1 -1 1 ,iliii'l nt iu: loach ('ill I-Ip.kI .1 ii i I ate It-liable bulletin iiiiImiI ilriiiiiiiHti .it.il tnl.i when nl Vmi 1 1 nnlenhui g's placed In (ln window I'li.ti in.n up to tin1 IIwh news from ntiy eitrly thin middle nf ha not other soum III'MH til! the only is olcaily the news death wim nf the Star morning and t he afternoon many a Intentions lowani ueigium arid Provost Marshal Ciowder' call) for inuie ilrurtHinen wan contained f in ...

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. — 13 July 1918

tiik i; f:ia cunnE.vr, hati hi.v, jlxy 13. lets. LOCAL NEWS Judge S. I). Stennla had return ed from 11 business trip to Midland, Texan. . Mr. and Mm. W. J. Harber arc In from the ranch today looking after business Intercut In Call had. C. V. liosson wan up from bin farm near Loving transacting busi ness In the county neat yesterday afternoon. L. A. Swlenrt. who ha been at home In Carlsbad since the Fourth of the month, left today for hla ranrh east of Hoswell. Hon. It. C. low and bin r.trno grapher, Mis Iovett, returned yen terday afternoon from their bunl nes trip to points up the line. Minn Myrtle Ward left for Ann tin, Texas, thin , week to tlslt a friend who Im In the mcchtnical department of the army stationed at that place. Jamen Tulk and son, June, came In from the ranch on the plains lant night and will remain here everal daya at the family home In the north part of the city. Jack Khan:..n and family have returned from the lower valley where they had a. contract to chop thir...

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. — 13 July 1918

."V II ow France Has Been Fed "Before the war, a distin guished French Officer, General Maitrot, wrote a series of ar ticles in the 'Echo de Paris' to warn France, that in case of war, the French meat industry would be unable to supply the French army in the field with fresh meat, owing especially to the lack of modern refriger ating plants and of refrigerating transportation, and too, owing to the deficiency in the national herd." "Since the war began the French army has never been short of fresh meat, thanks mainly to the prosperous condi tion of the American meat in dustry, and too, to the American live stock breeders." The foregoing state ment was made by a representative of the Allies now in the United States. Another representative of the Allies said recently: "that the American packers have been of the greatest pos sible assistance to the Allies and have, by their efficient co operation, contributed in the utmost degree to the successful prosecution of the war' Swift & Co...

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. — 15 July 1918

nine JlLveinraas Uanrveiak VOL. 2, NO. HO. CAHLHRAD, .NEW MEXICO, MONDAY, Jll.V 13, HMH. M.00 Year, OOc. Month, 5e. Copy, Mil taw Americans Paralyze German Masses and Advance in Face Fearful Fire With American on the Marne, 4:10 o'clock A. M. Ity Ankim ited PrcM. ,erman, at da) light, launched violent at tack egalnt American position weat of Chateau-Thierry, espec ially near Vau. The attack of Oerman troop followed a violent bombardment of high ev plmlve and gw fthcll. Amer ican nought nhelter wherever available. Wlien enemy Infantry ppeare, the Americans met the attacker with a rain of machine. Run bullet. American wore ga mart. The enemy bombardment of town In the rear line wan he Rim at ltt o'clock A. M. The lateat report nay the American are holding on, maintaining their position. Heavy hell of Mer man ial gun are falling In region tr behind the actual buttle area, many ..In Meauv, 2.1 mile ritMii t 'ha lea it Thierry. Report from American ad vained MMltli Mate that they are hol...

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. — 15 July 1918

TheEveningCurrcnt S. L. Perry, Editor and Mgr. i:nttr'(l an second class matter April 16. 1 f 1 7. at the post office at Oarlshad, New Mexico, under the Act of March 3. 1879. Published dally. Sundays excepted, by the Carlsbad Pilntlng Co. Member of The Afctoclalpd Pro. The Associated Presa It exclusive ly entitled to the use for republican tioa of all news dispatches credited to It or not otherwise cud I tod In thin papr and also the local new published herein. LICK THE KAISER CLUB AND A. R. C not, and waa never designed to pay Individual memberships to the National Hed Cross. It does In tend, and la supporting the local lied Cross. It buys guaxe, and jun, and the other materials that go Into the finished goods that leave Carlxbad every week In huge hales for Denver, and the boya at the front. The things the Lick the Kaiser Club In doing, and. Ood willing, It Is going to continue to do It. Hut It enr-not. In the very nature of things, keep the names of mem bers on the Red Cross Inde...

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. — 15 July 1918

TIIK LVLNINCJ Ctimii.NT, MONDAY, JULY 13, 10IH. LOCAL NEWS MUa Chardl Ronsnn. of Loving, In the house guest of Miss Jewelle Moore thin week. (1. I,. McAdoo la moving hla family today to the middle one of tha C. D. Church houses, recently vacated, which they will occupy. Mm. Curtis Orahain and little daughter, llernice, after spending tlx weeks In Carlsbsd. left the laai of the week for their home In Amarillo. Mr. and Mra. F. P. Hunter, par enta nf Mra. (J. L. McAdoo, left thla morning for Silver City, New Mex ico, where they Intend making their home. Mr. Hunter haa been employe by Roberts-Dearborne In the saddlery department and leavea to take a. almilar position with a firm In tMver City. A Line rrtj. Miss Nellie Linn pleasantly en tertained her girl frlenda at her home on North Halajcueno Street, Friday afternoon and evening. The Invited guests gathered at 5 o'clock and. after an hour of pleas ure, were served toothsome refresh ments. Later a line party was formed and the girls at...

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. — 15 July 1918

LIST OF CliAIMft. AH'metl by the Comity !immlinn-! W. K. nail, road work....... rin from April !(, 101 ft Ut July 11 101ft. : IT. I). Hubbard, row! work.. 21.00 Ooe tllchards, road woik.... 4.90 Hcstnn Store, supplies. 3.70 I Drlgldo Hcdrlguex, witness 27.00 fee 1.70 Kemp Lumber Co., supplies 33.81 L. W. Howell, road work.... 17.00 American Din. Co., supplies 135.00 for Irrigating 42.00 Uv K. Hall, toad work 93.00 4.25 'Hotel Hated, lunches..... Town of Carlsbad, water J. II. McOhee. stenographic services . ..1162.65 Ttlark Hros., road work?. C. K. Mann, salary 150.00 Kemp Lumber Co., Lumber C. E. Mann, expense 23. 80 (. M. Thome, refrigerator.... 11. I). Hruce, expenses 23.60 Koherts-Dep.i borne, oil can,.. II. I). Hnire, salary 160.00 Llge Mitchell, expressing. ... F. L. Denrboine, saliuy, ... HO. 80 Howard Prater, salary 76.00 Helene Adams, earing for C. E. Mann, hauling cement lnllKnt 60.00 ! to Hope T. J. Stunner, J- 1. Fees 6.70 .Avery Company, Avery Trac- J. N. Livingston, as...

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. — 16 July 1918

li. Hlne VOL. 2, NO. 81. CAKLSItAD, NEW MEXICO. Tl EHDAY, Jt'LY 10, 1018. M OO Year, GOc. Month, Be. Copy eimsm Movement AIoim Mara Is . Costly r r i i ' l' J 1 "I i '1k 1 -1 I t ; Lines off American Troops Will Mot. Bulge lly Associated Press. With American oti the Marne, Tu forty-five A. M. Word from the buttle front eAt of Ithelim hIhiwh -that the Allied defence l not only still holding the Oermm but it appears to have hnikm Uie enemy's uplrli. American org&nlied inn It coun ter Attacks yesterday on the flunk of Ute Mil M it etAh1lhrl liy the German iui1 drove them niI. American lit thin section hiive occupied intermediate Mltlon nrnr Uie Unit' line. up to thl morning having been nearly everywhere remle with hevy enemy loNe. Americans lime recaptured Fo My and Crexanry, town on the south hank taken by the Oermajot when they crowned the Marne. Went of Ithrimo the (Jet-man surreedrd In throwing slv bridge nrmM the Mm rite, letween ItHlly And Dortnan, but were unable to tenentte...

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. — 16 July 1918

SOLDIER BOY FROM HOPE KILLS SELF ' :xux hah iiinmxr ti:.h in country. hvtotly rnJiiHi, Hugh William Infoi-niM Judge Prouty of the .National Admlnlntratlon. OIIAItl.KY K. I M'tM.UI.NM. AT A vigorous effort Is to h made l'A!IP ttnt IHIAWH UIKI.i: by the New Mexico Corporation ANI MKVItH III ,f,i:T (ilAMlIINtl Commission to get New Mexico a THIlorUII HIM WIAI.V. 3-cent pusenner rate, on the aajue bants with Idaho, Utah, Montana, The body of Charley K. I. ' 8DI Wyoming, and also lower Srorslns, who committed suicide ff'aht rates. Iiower passenger At Camp Cody, lieiiilnr. New Mexl- r,'" wl11 J" "n lower rullmaD o. last Saturday niornlnx, was rt" v,w of the war tax. brought to Carlsbad on the train ( Kince the government look eon from the south last nljtht. Later itrl ' h railroads there has been It was put on the northbound! raise In rate In the East, and train for Artcala, from which point I New Mexico wants Its rsies lower It was taken to Hope for Inter ld hat they will be about as men...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
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