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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 15 August 1918

TIIU KVHMNCl CDKIUCNT, TITVUMOAT, Al'flCHT III, It IK. J LOCAL NEWS Our War Saving Stamp. Read the Evening Current and avoid the embarrassment of asking your neighbor the latest news. Carlsbad, N. Mf Aug. 15. 1918 partly cloudy tonight and Friday; n6( much change in temperature. Kay Hill left Monday for Tor tales and expects to return Friday bringing hi mother. Mm. William Hill, with hiru. Kay made the t.-ip In hi car. Miss Myrtle Ward, or Carlnhad, New Mexieo. la the guest of Mm. Joe M. Purvis, of Fifth Avenue. Fort Worth Record. Little Mian Kdith Roberts, of Clovl. caiuc down from her home there Wednesday afternoon and la Tlsltlng at the home of Claude Wright, the little girl and Miss Avanel being grea.1 friends. She .will probably remain here until Sunday. Work at the Crade School Is progressing finely: the cement walks have been laid this week and when the yards are cleared of rubbish etc. everthing will be ready for the opening of the fall term of school. COMPLIMKNTAIIY ItltllA...

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 August 1918

V3en s Oxfords AT REDUCED PRICE $7.50 Dark I frown Calf, now Jjj SO.fiO Kanaro and Viei Kid, now. .. gjj $r.f() Patent Dancing Pump 2Jj 5.1.00 Black and Tan, good assort- Q 00 men I OiOU $1.00 Muck and Tan, Kood assort- 0 10 ment Jill) Palm Beach and White Canvas 2 95 oh m n, of ' ni u:si: AM) lick tiii: K tiNiat iiin nkwm. II.WI) KMTTINCJ TO 1UJ CIirCKKU FOIl J'illMtiNT. Notice of n effort f the Arizona Cotton i rower ASBo.-latlon to re cruit rottonplcker fiotu t!ie vicin ity of Cailt-bul who lately brought to tli attention of tlx Council of lefene. It was aliened that the scarcity of labor on tin- piojecf wan already set Ions, without the additional loss of cnttonpit kers. The Council :ot busy anil rsked the Arizona people to Mop their advertisement In this vicinity, which reuest wos leadlly ame. . to t,v th A 1 1 zona assuria tlon. as it would tend to Increase the Dl Ice paid bv Pecos vnllev Inn nnfin lor vetting their cotton , with fathered. The lollo-.tin: statement Is a true a...

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 August 1918

Evening Current VOL. 2, NO. 108. cahlsiiad, m;v mi:xko, i itinw. ak.im hi, ioim. K5.00 Year, Oc. Month, 5c. Copy, The V ALLIES SLOWLY MOVING FORWARD liy Associated I'rcs. Allied pressure effectively renew ed SKalnst the Herman llnr In the Itoye rcalon In l'lcardy. The en fnijr In cIIdkIok determinedly to Iloye era a bulwark position which they had taken up after bolnt? driven hack, from Amiens reKlon. Doth the French and ilrltlsh are making; his prolonged tenacity there doubtful. London reported that the Jlrltlsh llnea had advanced north went of Itoye. Paris reports for ward movement went and southwest of Itoye on two Jid one half mile front. Itoye faat becomlnK apex of salient which noon will Invite a rruahlnK allied stroke If Ilrltlsh French pressure la effectively main tnlned. Unofficial London estimates place allied captures since August 8 at 34,000 men, 870 guns, p.nd declared that the proportion of German to allied losses In the greatest in recent flehtlnic than at any time si...

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 August 1918

A Final and Complete Disposal of All Mummer Goods THIS eventful sale will begin anew tomorrow and continue to pro vide satisfactory selections of general dry-goods offering values which may not be duolicated in years. Of course it seems folly to lower prices on merchandise, such as is always found in this store when man ufacturing and wholesale costs are rising but this is a clearance sea son of the year, and while this merchandise is at the height of wanted desirability, it is not in keeping with our merchandising policy to carry articles or accumulations of stocks over into future seasons. WE ADVISE OUT OF TOWN SHOPPERS TO COME EARLY IN THE WEEK, WHILE ALL STOCKS OFFER COMPLETE SELECTIONS. FINAL CLEARANCE OF ALL $4 $6 $8 SPRING AND SUMMER For a lot of beautiful Gingham oitito Avn nmrcci?c Dresses vou know the value SUITS AND DRESSES first quality Gingham today? AT 1-3 TO 1-2 OFF and these dresses are being sold at these prices just when Ging Not many left but some ham Dresses are ...

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. — 16 August 1918

LOCAL NEWS Ed. Cass, wife and children, are la town today, coming yesterday rh , m.i... i. nd MPetlng to have a plcnlo with .J .",'.. ,.0,,t 1t81' l Cecil Cass and others, car the fh L n'.nT ,a th C0Untr,ut bogged down with their seat this morning;. and had ((J be Ued out of mud and the picnic had to be The little eon of Mr. and Mrs. abandoned, MlM Or,co We,Bh of ".,r?'"u:X Zr'ZrV. the lower valley, and MIm Cass, of Austin, were with the party. of hla tonsils and adenoids at a local physlclan'a office thla morn ,n' Will Ed. Carter and wife have . ... . ,,,, ,. 'returned from a trip to Hagerman J,ee Ml (Idle ton and family, are . .,.,, , making arrangements to attend the "'U 7n ti'n viitl camp meeting now In session at porlcd ln that vlclnlty- Queen. A number of Carlsbad peo i ,,.,,, , "7. . ... ..,,. , . , I . ,i Owing to the unsettled weather pie have signified their Intention of .. . , ,,. attending for a few days, but the J"" h. nn ' " p,ac ' " Mlddleton family will probably re- ...

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. — 16 August 1918

EEEZjeZOSHEEeZl: 1 EE IE ME SOUK NEW FALL WAISTS OF GEORGETTE, CREPE - DE CHENE AND FANCY SILK. NEW FALL DRESSES OF SEKGE AND SILKS IN A VARIETY OF STYLES AND PATTERNS. COATS OF PLUSH AND REGULAR COATING MA TERIALS NEW AND ADAPTED TO THIS COUNTRY. SKIRTS IN GOOD, PRACTICAL MATER IALS AND POPULAR IN PRICE. PLEASED TO HAVE YOU SEE THEM. Joyce Pruit Co. WE WANT YOUR TRADE" - MAIUtlKI). I William Illoxom nnd Miss Llla j Kldley were united In the holy i hands of matrimony at the Method ic p.usonage last nlKht at eight o'clock, In the premi.ro of only a few relatives and friends. Ucverend Clan offlcl.ttlng. The bride wns ")' charmlnr In a traveling milt of tiny with hat, gloves and shoes of the same dainty color. A beau tiful Kill she was especially lovely as the pronounced Jut assent to the solemn words which Rave her Into the keeping of the man of her choice for life. Mrs. Illoxom Is the adopted daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. ltldley, (the former now .u vi iirru i Vyt-nipr i oini, icxas...

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. — 17 August 1918

mmm e Evelina Crarreial Vl. '2, NO. 109. CAIILKI1AD. NEW MKXICO. HATlltllAY, Mil. 17, 10IH. 9.YOO Year, OOo. Month, ftc Copy. MB FAH.MKKH TltOTIJST AGAINST KAlHlNG FltKIGHT ItATKH. Dy Associated Tress. Washington, Auk. 17. ine ;.a-( tlonal Council of Farmer's Cooper-j atlon Association today filed a i - . I . w Tntar.ltta f'nm. COIIipiBIIll Willi .d-.v merce Commission auacaing me in creased freight rates on oats, rye. and barley. McAdoo granted a 25 per cent advance order. The farm ers sre asking that the old ratea b restored I. W. W. CAHK liOKH TO JVItV. Chicago, Auk. 17. The I. W. W. cane, which lasted over three nonths, went to the Jury today. Oeo. Vanderveer, defense counsel made no argument. WashlnRton, Aur. 17. The threatened crisis In relation to Mexico with entente allies and the United States apparently Is averted by the modification of Carranza'a new oil decree. FltKXCH 'lll'ISKIl TOIirKDOKU. By Associated Tress. Paris, Auk. 17. The French cruiser iMipctlt Thours. was sub...

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. — 17 August 1918

YANKEES QUAIL ! AT P1I1K I1IDB0HS Women Hero Worshipers "Plumb Flabbergast" Our Dough boys In Paris. MIGHTY POOR MATINEE IDOLS Out Can Thty Flohtf Oh, Boy, You Can't Stop Them Atk tha Major, Ha Know Alio About the Marinee. By RICHARD HENRY LITTLE, (Chicago Nwpr Man. Now In T. M. C. A. Rorvtr on Atlantic.) New York. American soldier are grand fighters hut very joor matinee Idol. When women anrlmr from their enh In the sidewalk cofes In Paris j nd thrust flower In their hands, thy look as ashamed ax a dog caught Mealing eggs. The most awful suffering I aaw to Parle wan the case of a big husky from an Infantry outfit. A lady of great distinction hud atopjted her mnrhlne In the middle of the afreet while the soldier waa crossing, and, leaning nut had enthusiastically tld a bright pink rthhon around hla neck. Amidst much rejoicing from the assembled P'renrh spectator a the lady wont her way and the biff soldier looked aa If he waa Just about to rhoke to death, although It .waa a very thi...

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. — 17 August 1918

TUB KVISMNO CUnitKNT, MTUftftAr, AM. 17, lttlft. i LOCAL NEWS T. J. York, of Lovlngton, was la town this week. J. P. Can hop, of the Hope dis trict Is la towa registered at the Crawford hotel. J. II. Jacksou, of Artesla, came down from there yesterday and Is at the Crawford. J. It. Wade has returned from a business trip to Lovlngton and Is again at the Crawford. li:tti:h from frank hpuomj. The many friends of Lieutenant frank Spioug who hate beou au Aioujiy waiting for nes Horn him, will bo pleased to read the follow lug letter received by his parents Friday of this week. Much dlsap polntuieut Is expressed that he was uuv.bl to make a visit home as he thought to do. Kxlratts from tlte letter follow; uirlh kkwi.nu i,t n of lovino Mrs. 8. E. Itennaker entertained the Girls' Sewing Clob Monday af ternoon, this being the first meet ing of the club since her recent operation at the Kddy county hos pital, and the girls were delighted Tnrx'MJii Iioyh Acrrmcr County Agent Smith trained the ...

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. — 17 August 1918

MEETS U. S, TROOPS GODHIB FROM THEIR "BAPTISM OF FIRE" OTiey Were Tired, Dirty With Mud and Stains of Battle, but Full of "Pep" No Illusions Either as to Glory or Pageantry of War, or the End They Were Pursuing or the Price to Be Paid. On beautiful spring morning I left . ft certain French headquarters. Out object was to render.vou with Ameri can staff officer who were going to take us to nee something of the Unit cd Ftate expeditionary force. The funs on both elden were silent, the roada were losing their night traffic. Hour after hour sped by, the aun'a heat Increased, but, though we lost our first freshness, we could not lone that feeling of ar'elpatlon that we were going to are onictlilng wonder ful, to be wltncase of the working of a force In hlntory. a sight that ten of yeara hence we should at 111 be re luting to our grandchildren, wrltea Geoffrey Ilutler In the New York World. The approach of our destination waa not unheralded. More and more, frequent on the rotid we pacd th...

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. — 19 August 1918

VOL. SI, NO. 110. CAHLSIIAl), MJW MLXICO. MOMMY, AVU'HT Iff. 1018. A.OO Tear, 00c. Month, Be. Copy ALLIES GAIN TWO MILES ON TEN MILE FRONT lly Associated I'res. Launching what may be descrlb eJ as an extensive local attack, the French Nunday etcnlnn broko through the German position alone the vital aector connecting Marno and Flcardy battle fields. The at tack won over a front of nine milea from near Carlepont, east of the Olse river, to Fontench e.nd the Alsne river, six mile west of " Solssons. It Is reported from London that the extreme penetration was two miles made at Nompcel, and Nouv rom. Vlngre was captured and the French succeeded In reaching the southern edso of the ravine at Audljcnlcourt, between Nompccl and Nouvron-VlnKre. London. Auk. 19. The French army, which attacked the Oermana between the Olse and Alsno rivers last nlnht, has penertated at the ex treme depth, 2 miles. L'nemy ma chine gunners nro resisting the ad vance desperately. Tin- Gorman air service Is alo ve...

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. — 19 August 1918

CAVALRY PLAYS BIG PART HOW General Foch Used French Horse men to Advantage in Big Drive. PROVE GOOD FIGHTERS AFOOT Ftldee 90 Mllea In Day and Relieves Haed-Preseed British In Plandara Makta Ntw Place for 8alf In Warfara. Washington. Skillful use of French cavalry ha marked General Foch's lactlca ever since he twk over control of the allied armies aa supreme com mander, according to Information reaching military circles here. The horsemen have played nn Important role In tlie whole battle of IWft, a the struggle which began March 21 with th first German drive has come to be known. The employment of swift-moving columns In the present counter-stroke from th Alsne-Marne line has hren noted In' the dispatches. Aitsln Gen eral Foch took advantnice of the (front inohtllty of the mounted nnn to throw It In wherever Ida advancing Infnntry unlta threatened to lose touch with each other In the hent and confusion of the ronteat. No gap have been left where the enemy might atrlke hack, for alwa...

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. — 19 August 1918

TIIK ICVKNINO CUIUtKNT, MONDAY, At'CiL'HT 10. 101. a nrr of fun V LOCAL NEWS W. H. Watson was a 11 tor from Hop Saturday registering at the Palace. A. C. Croiler, of Lakewood, wai down from thero on a buMnoaa tup, Saturday. W. It. Poarae returned the last of the week from a trip to their old Kansas home. find H.b . L. . i i . . , w uaj mat nrrn wmifj rlulug In their pasture, Ina Uell and Eat-1 elle Hurke. daughters of Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Durke of Monument, ' roped a eyote and pulled It up on ' their horae and carried It home. Hoth the glrla are expert rid era and never pais up an opportu nity to have a bit of fun. Loving ton Loader. OUR WORK STICKS W. C. Doss, V. 8., wife and daughter, of Arteala. spent Sunday In Carlsbad and rather planned to leave on the return trip today. j Mlaa Nellie Eason leftFunday night for Roswell. Mian Eason cornea from Longvlew, Texan, and visited a few daya at the S. L. Ter ry home. Mra. Jeff Robertss-nd daughter. Edith, returned to their home In Clovla. ...

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. — 19 August 1918

DEFECTS SPELL DEATH III FLYII1G Psychological as Well as Physio logical Factors Respon sible for Accidents. mmun SCIENTISTS EXPLAIII THEM feme of the QuaUtiteThat Olvt Amtr leant Superiority In Air Ovtr Their Hun Opponents Tern ptramant U Important New Tork. Considerable wncrrn hnn been eipressod nt the large num ber of fatal accidents reported from our American tnltllnry ami naval nvln tlnn training camps. Considering the rlks the novice necessarily tnkes rind tho very special physlolocienl mid py rlioloKlcnl factors that enter Into the fcctcuce of living, these fiilnl accident are few In proportion to tho number of men undergoing training, mid they are not more numerous tlum thoe on the training llelds of Great Ilrltnln, Franco mid ltnly. A perfect knowledge of nil the ml of the game of flying will not snve h in nit who lacks confidence In hlm-tf and la Inclined to hesitate. A half rofofid of IndeclMori tnny bo fatal, la Itlntlve, t h sport lug InMlnet mid a rertnln Irresponsibili...

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. — 20 August 1918

E me 1 CAIU.KMAI). NKW Mi:XKO, TIL'SPAY, AKilST 20. 1IH. .Yt0 Venr. 00c. Month, ftc. Copy. VOl 2, NO. 1U V FRENCH MAKE ANOTHER GAIN OF TWO MILES ON A TEN MILE FRONT Iiy Associated Tress. Allied pressure aRalnst the Hcr uau linen from Honshu lioith to the Somme and In the Flanders salient continues. Northwest of golssons the French iwriiDled V sa lens, which Is on the westward bank of the smaller "'ream which fiowa Into the Olse at Morsaln. and which as caotured hv the Flench yesterday. Further north In the mountainous . realon between Las slltny vjid DreBllncourt. reciprocal artillery Are Is reported. In the old l'lcardv bntlle fields the Hermans launched repeated counter attacks uaalnst the Drltlsh southeast of Chlllv. but they were all repulsed. The old Lvs siJlent Is being rap Idly flattened bv the Herman retire ment from t lie extreme, westerly positions held bv them after their April offensive. The llrltlsh state- liy Associated Tress. London, Auk. 2ft - According to latest adv...

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. — 20 August 1918

MlERICflN FOOD " SAVINGS LARGE United States Sent to Allies 141,000,000 Bushels of Wheat. CREDIT DUE TO WOMEN. Alllee Get S44,&O0,03O Pounds Men Meat and Fate In iflMI Tfran In Year Before. ft. a AMERICAN FOOD HIIII'MKNTH TO AI.UK UK. AT. lUin iT 2.tl,riOO,INN l. 1117 1 .I.Otl.loo.tMNI Ihe. V . w Increase. 811.000,000 ll.a, a a ci:ici:ai.h 101017 2.MUM.M . ii. a 1U17 l(J 3o,nuo,ooo bu. a a w Incream. . . RO.OOO.ooo bu, a WW In eplta of a subnormal food supply art tlilt country the American people liar ben able lo Hlilp to the Alllva a well as our own ton oversee 4I.O(MI,0H bushels Of wheat, beside! $44,000,000 Hiiml of meat, during the year ending J huh JtO last. Tlila hat been niadri poHxIMe by the whole souled co operation of tin eople who, beside prnctlelng self denial. have speeded up production and re sponded nobly to lint uppcul from abroad. Food Administrator Hoover, In a loiter to president WINon, gles a brief summary of tin result of food conservation In the Pulled Stat...

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. — 20 August 1918

THK KVK.MN(J CL'fllUCMT, MONDAY, AVC1VHT 19, PRIVATE I LOCAL NEWS C. P. I'ardue was up from Lov ing on business Monday. Richard Smith and family were In from their ranch at Mosley Monday. Ed. Lamb and wife were In from Rocky yesterday and spent the night In town. Dewey Ilat'desty la In from the TX ranch today, and may be here for tome time. Mm. C. N. Richards ha return ed from a aummera visit to the coast and they have ts.ken rooms at the Crawfor4 for the present. Iluford Polk la down from Queen and says the recent ralna have made m fine arasa on the moun tains as one would want to aee. Jim Mimnnnn la here from Chalk niufT. He aaya he h had a num ber of jcood showers on his ranch! but la atlll eipecting the general rain. Mrs. Hush and little daughter, Mary, who have been on a visit to points In Texas, are aaaln at home la Carlsbad arriving Saturday night. Among other guests at the Crawford are Mr. and Mrs. Martin L. Ayres and little daughter who cojne down from lloswell last night a...

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. — 20 August 1918

FALL. MUJNERY WE ARE NOW SHOWING A COMPLETE LINE OF FALL HATS SHAPES, ORNAMENTS AND FEATHERS The assortment is now at its best and we invite you to visit the de partment. Miss Mitchell is again with us and will be pleased to serve you. Facta Concerning Red Crete. In 18V4 in International conference of 14 natlona was held In Oeneva, Rwlt7.er"and. th outcome of which w hi the Treaty of Geneva, known an the Hed Cross treaty. Thin treaty provid ed that hospital formation and their personnel should be t rental as neu trals; thnt ca'-h nation sljrnln:: th treaty should hove an nso latloti of volunteers to assist and supplement the medical service of Its nriuy ; Unit the emblem of service, rommon to all nation should be a rod cross in a field of white. Thin emblem, which Is the .Swiss flag with' the colora re- versnl, was adopted In recognition of the fnct thnt the Ited Cross waa found ed at Geneva, Switzerland. I. Joyce Pruit Co "We Want Your Trade." HOW THEY KEPI WOUU IM Personal Discomf...

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. — 21 August 1918

me VOL. 2, NO. 112. cahlkiiad, m:w muxico. wi:ini:hiay, AtciiRT 21, idim. ta.oo Yer, ooe. Month, n. Ooyji BRITISH START TWO OFFENSIVES FRENCH CONTINUE TO ADVANCE By Associated Press. London, August 21. The Ilrltlsh raptured Courcelles, Achlet Lc Pe tit and reached Moyenvllle and lleaucourt Hur Ancre In drive which began thin mom Inn north of Ancre rlvfr. The attack was be tween Moyenvllle and lleaucourt Snr Anne, distance of eight and one half mile. The attact was without artillery preparation a.nd waa completely successful. It was made by the third army under Ceneral Ilyng. Ilrltlsh Headquarters, Auk. 21. Ceneral HaIk this morning launch ed an offensive on a front of ten thousand yards. The hlch rontonr between Adlnfer and Moyenvllle waa the northern rone of attack and Hulsleux Am Mont the south ern front. With Ilrltlsh Army In France, Auk. 21. In the first hour of the offensive started 'thin mornln the lly Associated Press. Thi Ilrltlah ntriirk the Cermans j today over a front of ...

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. — 21 August 1918

TheEveningCurrent 8. L. Perry, IMItor and Mgr. j Kntcred u.4 Hi'coml clan matter Apt II K, irl7. ut the lHt office at Cailwltud, New Mexleo, under the Act of Marrli :, 1879. I'uhllahed daily, SiiiiI.im excepted, hy the r...i i.i Pniitiiu to. MimiiIht ol Hie h iit(vl I're, Till' An M i.ilt tj I'leM 1.1 XltlBlVO 1 II t It I to 111 f M S' fur IfputdiCH tlOII Of .ill IM'WW il jpp.ltrlll'H tiedlt'd to it tit Hot Otherwise Clt'lltl'l (It thin iaii't and also the I'm ui newa p ii bl Ik ti I heieiu. KltOM WAHIUMJTON III T oi; WAV. Then- Is tint iih- cm et nmcntul ni;in), on.' ii.itiuti.il InMrumeitt, thtoiiKh and liy which the t ' n I tl .Mitten r.ui w;ii!i' war for the next two and a half a rn. and that In tlx AdmtniHtiution which Man plac ed In power at the lawt national election. Auy weakening of the Influence and preHtii; of the AdmlnlNtratlon Ik a weakening of the political power n.nd Influence of thin nation with other nation - a weakenln of our war power. Our noldler will fluht as hr...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
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