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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 2 September 1918

TUB KVKM.1M LUUKKMT. MONDAY, HhlTlJ.MDF.It. 3, 191ft. LOCAL NEWS Wm. MeUryde Is "registered at a local hotel from his ranch. AT LOYINOTON. Till. IIAIIIIIT pksts TO IU3 TCUNLD INTO I'ltOIIT T. V. Hqllebeke, who Tanchet on tho Delaware, la In town this morn ing. C. C. Slkes returned Saturday, from hla business trip to Missouri polnta. V. H. Hamilton spent Sunday at home in Carlsbad from hla work at Lovlngton. Hen Stetson la In town from hla ranch southwest, stopping at the Palace, over Sunday. Robert Torrelmlre, contractor and builder, spent Sunday at hla home In Carlsbad, from Loving ton. - Maude Redeson, carrying a small babe In. her arma landed her Mon day, from Carlsbad on her overland footback trip from San Francisco, to New York. She made part of this trip from Carlnbad to Islington by alto and part of the way on Babe Laves' horse. llabe Just couldn't stand to see. a woman walk so he courteously climbed off his ffeed and walked while the woman and babe rode. tlabe. In a ladles' ...

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. — 2 September 1918

Till WOKKIMJMA.VM TASK. MiW I)lSCX)VKItIi:.4. "That la what the worklngincn'a tank Is now to keep 'thlngf' mov ing steadily to the boyi Ut the front. The spirit of the boy a over I there In simply rematkable--they are thoroughly confident of their Hhility to Mil, but they want Ihe full stippoit ol every ma 11 if ft at home. They thsv It takes five men lit bono to keep one man in tho Held. The ho) a Jiiht want those1 t men to Kink to their John," said IIoiImmi, who in i. machinist In the iih at (1 und hud Just coin-, pletcd 2 1 hours' woik on a stretch, lie had been sticking to his Job. "Not cvciy liuivh mint realizes what we're up uKulnst," he replied. "Of course, thcie are some fellows who wouldn't le arieiteil much hy eJl the presidential lr laiuutlon in the wuihl, hul tin) an- In the Miimiil). Mohl of the mn down Mt the naiy .wild .tie doing their bcHt all the II III. "Hut home ir them Hilt u d to nulic the miIoumichn ol IIiIm whole thing. They have hern talked to, until talk doe...

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 September 1918

lie livening Crasrrailk VOL 2, NO. lt. caklhii.U), xlw mkxico. ti'Hkimy, si;ni:Miti:rt , ioih. ,yoo nr, coc. Month, ftc Copy. ARE RETREATING A 50-ilLE FRONT : WORLD'S BASE BALL SERIES TO BEGIN TOMORROW GERMANS TODAY M lly Associated Press. London, Sept. 3. Attacklnic with fury to the northeast of Arras the Ilrltlsh today captured Hamblain! lea Prea, Juat south of the Scurpe river, In the direction of Doual. With Ilrltlsh Army In .France, Hpt. 3. In heavy fighting laat night beyond Drocourt-Queant line, the Ilritish are reported to have' made pro rem on a front of thir teen thousand yarda. The village of Sandemoun and Itecourt, which are more than on and one-hair miles beyond Iurey, the eanture of which waa announo. 'd laat night, are reported takcpl today. The village or ElaJng. two milts north or Dury, fell yestrdy some time. The Ilrltlah also cup tured Vlllera-I.es-Cognleourt. , London. Sept. 3 The Ilrltlsh hare raptured Lena and the town of Oueant waa also taken. Lena waa evacuat...

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 September 1918

ThaEveningCurrent 8. L. Perry, Editor and Mgr. Enteted as second tltu matter April 1. 1917, at th post office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act of March 3. 1879. Published dally, .Sundays' excepted by the Carlsbad Printing Co. Meintn-r of The Aoclated I'rent. The Associated Press li exclusive ly entitled to the use for republica tion ot ull news dispatches credited to it or uot otherwise credited la this paper and also the local news published herein. A COItltKtTlON. A change of copy In our Lake wood loculs last week, which was unintentional on our part, hat caused some confusion and trouble especially to the Olobe Planter & Mining company. The Item read as follows: "Miss It. Duncan will not leach at Olobe on account . of there nut being enough children to Justify the employment of u tach er. The children will be transfer red to Lakewood," when It should have been: "Miss Ituth Duncan will teach at Olobe in this district. There will be no school at South Seven rivers on acco...

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. — 3 September 1918

Tlllfl ffVKMMfi C'UltltKNT, TUlMDAr, riErTEMREIl 8, 10IH. LOCAL NEWS kiNkkal or oi.i.im jamem.-" HEM ATOK UtOM KENTLCKV S3 W. E. Washington is In from the ranch today. Ida May Wllloughby, of Hope, la at th Palace comlog Monday. Katn Campbell home on Rocky laat night li In from Ma Arroya, coining Carl Smith came in laat night from Lovlngton, his home; and la still In the city. E. A. Cochran, well known ranch tnau of the county, la in town from hit ranch today. A. E. Johnson, from the Plains Ij a Client at the l'alace today com la In to attend court. Oliver Allrcd, Monument, came In from there yesterday and la leglstered at the Illghlway hotel. J. E. Weir, well known cattle man from tho Monument country la in town thla morning, arriving yesterday. YV. L. McDonald, of Lake wood, la among many from the city by the lake, who are fn town thla morning.- Mra. Itoy Waller iuh returned from a visit to her mother, sjid other relatives In the noith, Kit ting In yesterday. C. V. Rosnon, of Lovin...

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. — 3 September 1918

i Majestic Ranges Charter Oak Stoves Weber Wagons fleering Mowers and Rakes John Deere Plow Co. Implements Harness and Saddles International Gasoline Engines Pratt - .Smith Hardware Co. i)i:au;u in GENERAL HARDWARE hi:iTi:.MHKU 12 ltKtJlSTIlATIO.N 'existing regulation relating to Idle II Y men or moiMj entaKcu in non-rn iljr Associated l't hm. 'sentlal employment to the newly 'reKlstered men. Washington, Sept. 2. Thursday, . Thw ian-t0wer bill wae signed September 12. wh set Saturday by I -tUrJa v bv DresldlnK officers of the 1'resldent "Wilson as the' date for I 10UHM aIul nate and sent to the registration for the army draft of!Whtte. House for the president's J I men In the 1'nlted States be- -i,. nature, which made the measure tween the ages of 18 and 45 In- iaw Tn? president at onco signed elusive, who have not already reg- am th proclamation eariy- Istered, or who are not now In the lnK tne nf,w draft provisions Into military or naval service. I actlon. In a proclamation Issued...

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. — 4 September 1918

Ml VOL. 2, NO. 121. carlhhad, m:v Mexico. vi:d.i:ndy, klit. 4. ioim. .Y0 Year, 00c. .Month, ftc. (p. 'f. ensNowEvacuated by Germans Ry Associated I'rcss. The Drittah have driven their push through the Wotan line as far aa the Canal Du Nort and as yet their progress la not reported cheeked. Already the wedge they have driven Into the Herman de fense In the sector between the railway centera of Doual e.nd Cam bral la a menacing one to the en emy, who must atop the Rritish on the canal line If he hopes to save these vital bases and Important points In the German defensive system In the west. Disorganisation In the German ranks la reported In unofficial advices from the front. The main, forces of the Rritish push seems to be In the direction of Cambral along both Rapanme Cambral and Arras-Lsa-Cambral roads and In terreln lying between these highways they are reported to have captured Inchy-En-Artol and Moetuvres. This represents an advance of fro mbetween three and one-half and four mil...

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. — 4 September 1918

0 ThiEvcningCurrcnt S. L. Ferry, Editor and Mgr. Kuleied a second clans matter April 16, 1917, at the poMt office at Catlflbati, New Mexico, under the Act of March 3, 18 79. Published dally, Sundays excepted, by the Cailshad Printing Co. Member of 'lliw Annotlnted Pre. The Associated Press la exclusive ly fiitltlt'i to the use for republica tion of ull news dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited la ttil paper aud also the local news published herein. schools opi:m:i .mondai. The Cuilsbud schools openeU Mouduy for the usual full teini. The registers In the various looms ahow a total -n t ol I mid t of 501 pu pils This will no (I on hi hi notice ably lucreased us uauy parents, unlorttinately do not teuJize the necessity of stalling the children to school on the flint day. Among other thing to be stiessed this school year, will be patriotism, a pertinent and timely topic at this stsge In the a rial in or our nation. All the teachers are experienced In school wotk v.nd brin...

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. — 4 September 1918

HiH ICVICNIMi CLMUCNT, WKDNKSDAI, HVAT. .4, tOlft. LOCAL NEWS Mm. Went, mother of Mrs. Hur ry Woodman, who has ipent the summer with her daughter, la Car Isbad, left this morning on the south bound Arain for her home In Phoenix, Arlxona C. A. McCaslln, wife and son of Roswell were guests at the Craw, ford yesterday. Is. II Tansehlll, well known bus iness man of Uoswell. Is at the Crawford. Mrs. Robert Huhsick and son Dobble, left on the morning train for Phoenix, Arizona, where Mr. Ilunslck has been for some time And where they expect to reside In the future. The family has lived here for some years and leaves only friends behind them. Dr. Frank II. II. Roberts, of Las Vegas, laft this morning for his home, going south'. Dr. Roberts had expected to go via Roswell, but decided differently, leaving for Kl Paso from here. Captain Molinarl left Tuesday night for Artesla, where he will continue the work of recruiting la borers for work In the war muni tions factory at Nashville, Tennes s...

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. — 4 September 1918

Majestic Ranges "SL" Pratt -Smith Hardware Co. and Rakes John Deere Plow m:A,i:" ,N S?' GENERAL saddles HARDWARE International Gasoline Engines i..iiMii iu: itrm:iLH 1 1 1 : 1 1 1:. Captain T. J. Mcllnatt, District organizer of the lnltil States l'u fo lic Reserve, ajid Supervising Mem ber at Large for the New Mexico Council of Defense, and It. C. Hor ner, labor recruiter for Chaves, le llaca, Kddy, Lea, Roosevelt and Curry counties were In Carlsbad, Tuesday. Th"y were enrollInK un skilled lahor for the bin Ihipont in w n 1 1 Ion plant ut Nashville, Tenn., and one hundred men must be tak en from the rountlen above named. Kddy county's quota In twenty-nix men. Mr. Horner, who works from the Koswcll office, came tn Carlshud, Sunday afternoon, and not In Im mediate touch with members of the Council of Defense. A number of men hud u J ready enrolled for the Public Service Reserve through the enrollInK agent at Carlsbad, and these were present at the room of the Lick the Kaiser Club that...

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. — 5 September 1918

Cfflnnreiak I I A sK mm m. a trm. VOI p, NO. 12.1. CAHEHHAD, NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY, BEIT, fl, 1018. 5.00 Vcnr, flOc. Month, 6c. Copy. ilEne V cr Enemy Retreating On A Wide Front MILLION RAILWAY WORLDS SERIES By Associated Pices. The (Jciinans begun a genenvl re treat from the Vesle river today be tween Solutions and Khclm. (Icn eral Hnngln's 1 1 iH advanced their linen to the edge of the plateau, from Vnux Sere to llto'licux to po sition to the north dominating the Alsne nnd Chemln-Oes-Dnmes. Am erican patrols confirm the report that the enemy has removed all stoics nnd supplies fro mthls sec tlon and additional territory Is ex pected to be taken with little more than rear guard opposition. With American Army North of Vesle lllver, Sept. 6. American forces who are following the Ger mans retrep.t from the Vesle river today moved steadily over the plat eau, between the Vesle and Alsne rivers nnd by noon their advanced elements had filtered Into the slop es on the northern sld of platea...

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. — 5 September 1918

HOW ARMY OF CZECHOSLOVAKS WON ITS WAY TO VLADIVOSTOK s Officer Gives a Flrst-Hand Narration of How They Crossed Siberia Says Red Guard of the Bolshevik! Does Not Amount to Anything, Real Danger Is From German Prisoners Who Have Joined Organization. All thestory of how tlio Cr.ocho Slovak troops In Russia have resisted the Germans' mtl fought their way from the Ukraine to Vladivostok Is told below In detail fr tho llrst I lino by a Czccho-Movak louder who mitdo tlie trip across Siberia with t ! troops ml who recently arrived In Washing ton . from Vladivostok. lie It Cupt. Vladimir Ilurhiin, member of the Ctecho-Slovak national council, delo pcutii by tin Czechoslovak army at Vladivostok to make u report to l'rof. Thomas (1. Musuryk, president of tho rounrll, who In now nt WushiiiKtnn. "The danger In Siberia In from tho Hermans," said Captain llurhau. "The Ited (juiird of tho bolshevik I do not at: ount to anything- 1 "If ty good moI titers are tho co,uul of l.(ss) of tho Hod (luurdn....

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. — 5 September 1918

lliK EVIOLSU CUHUENT, THURSDAY, HEIT. 0, 1018. LOCAL NEWS W. 8, guest Morgan Of Lake Arthiir.Ts at the Crawford this week. Mra. Francisco mother of. twin Tuosday. Rodriguez daughter!, la the born OUo Engle and wife town thla week from the lio ranch. were In Jim Dub- 11. Stephenson, ley Is spending a this week. of the upper val few days In town W. II. llarroun, of Malaga, from there attending court, ping at the Crawford. is up stop- J. II. Lluduay and son Lo.kewood were guests of Rlgbtway hotel Wednesday. from the MARRIED. seven mux leave. E. S. Shattuck Is hero from the Queen country attending to busi ness and court between times. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hull, of Lakewood are business visitors to tho Deautlful, registered at the I'nl-ace. Raul Ares Is In from the ranch today, but expects to return this evening, coming on a matter of business. The one-year-old son of Lewis Williams was operated on for strangulated hernia at Sister hos pital this week. It. I). Deckham and Fred employes 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. — 5 September 1918

nAtMMMWI YANKS BLOCKED DRIVE ON PARIS i Advancing 'Foe Had Surprise 0!1 Life When He Found Amcri- ! cars In Line. GRAPHIC STGIiV IN LETTER Tells of Our Troops' Heroic Resist nee in June Held by Many Offi cers to Have Saved Paris From Hunt. WnOilnsrfon. A trrnpMr cyewltnesr account i f tl,e illitiii tuar Chateau-J .'hl riy. in uliH li American dlvllon, hit hiding I In- murine brlirmle, took pnrt, curly In June, wun made, public recently by tin nuvy !-ptirtmnt. II In In tin' form of u long letter from nn officer of the marine to Major (len-, eral Itnrtiitt, commandant of thai corps, aud the story told in of peculiar slgnlflcanee, as iu th-opinion ot runny i ofllcirs here It was the stand of the! Americana along this line which saved1 Trie nmne of the writer la not dls-i rlfilKHl. Tliw Aliitrlriina uoru tniliul tA I - " - ...... . . , . . a . Ui-IM . tf the line In motortruck to M)port the hnrd prcsNed I rrm li, On June 1 the murine brigade deployed in a sup(orl position, the battalion...

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. — 7 September 1918

CI iMlUg VOIi 2, XO. 127. CUll.SllAI). NKW MUXICO. HATt'HMAY, HEIT. 7. 1018. fcYWI Year, 0K Month. IV. Copj GROUND GAINED BY GERMAN Richardson Given Ovation at Democratic Convention Today MARCH OFFENSIVE RETAKEN V .4 1 One of the largest crowds ever known to have iHfmblfd for a precinct political convention turn ed out this afternoon for the dem ocratic convention for Precinct No. 1, which met at the court house In the dlMtrlct court room at 2 o'clock and the primary reason no many were present wss to hear au antici pated address by Judge Richard' on, candidate for the democratic nomination Tor United States sena tor from New Mexico, who will re ceive the unanimous support of all democrats In this section. - t The convention was opened by ( the chairman, V. A Poore, who read the call for the neetlng which was published the first of the week. The chairman then stated that the nomination of a chairman was In order. On motion of Judson O. 1 Osburn, John W. Armstrong was nominated chair...

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. — 7 September 1918

Th.EvcningCurrcnt "QLD GLORY" AT FRONT H. Ii. Perry, Kdltor and Mgr. Knteied a second clan matter April 16. 1917, at the post office at Cailabad, New Mexico, under the Act or March 3, 1879. Published daily, Sunday excepted, by the Cailnbad I'linttuK Co. Member of The AmK-ltcd Press. The Asnoclated Press la eicluslve ly entitled tu the use for republica tion of all news dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited In thia paper aud altto the local news uhllHhed herein. i m; MtitK v c -ici ::. I belee In the United Stw.tc of America, a government of the people, !) the people, for the peo ple; whom Jii"t power arc derived from the consent of the governed; n democrucy In a republic; a sov reign nation of many sovereign state; a perfect union, one and In separable; eHtshlUhed upon thoMe piinciplea of freedom, equality, Jus tice and humanity for which Am erican pntrlotii sacrificed their Uvea and fortune. I, therefore, believe It In my duty to my country to love It; to sup port It ...

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. — 7 September 1918

Tll ICVICM.NO CUHUKNT, SATUItDAY, 8KIT. 7. 10I1. LOCAL NEWS C. C. Hsrbcrt Is down from tils ranch near Roswell spending a few day in town. s . Carlsbad, N. M., Sept. 7, 19)8. .Tunight and Sunday fair; rising temperature. I. F. Olbson la registered at a lyrjl hotel from his ranch home, arriving yesterday. T. H. and Davo Gordon came In yesterduy froiu "Last Chance" and expect to return today. Uirhnrd Smith and family are in town from their ranch at Moseley and will -spend a few days In the city. Regular services at Orace Kpis copal. church tomorrow: Sunday school at 10 a. in., morning pray er and sermon at ll o'clock. Rev. F. W. Pratt, rector. Mr. Martha-Ward Livingston left yesterday morning for a short visit to friends nt Queen, New Mexico, taking passage on the mall car for that point. 1. 1.. IVrry, the sewing machine. 'ma.ti. passed thru town this morn ing rn route to the home of his family at Artesla. Mr. Perry's headquarters are at Pecos, Texas. MUX LI'AVIJ TOMOHT. Oon't forget ...

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. — 7 September 1918

ritllsllU JNT WII.SOX ASKS THAT all camfakjnh nm FlMS Hi; MAIH-i JOINTLY. TAX OOMMIKHIONKItH COWliM: Washington, l. C.. Seyt. 5. In unmiiK tliut all' campaigns for funls for h mi y iclief work , be Riauv at one lime, iolntlv. I'reol dent Wilson lias officially act his appiovt.i upon titu "war client" Me thod of iitiHiiiK londs. in a cl.it ment kiven out last ev riitn, t lie president calls upon all the i e ok ill xcd and approved organ Izutioii now ilolnu woik for koI difiH In thin country and ubrotul, to Mt together uml conduct a Joint campaign lor funds. This In ttie plan of the "war cheat." except that in raising a "war client," local charities aie unually Included and a fund above the amount actually uckcu by the various ni itanlxutlons, In also m'ciiumI for meeting emerg ences during, (be year. Win! e communities desire, thin can Mill be done. It in I lt t hut a. mote comprehen sive ttnd a more thorough campaign can be conducted If all funds ate rained at one time. It nets the ...

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. — 9 September 1918

He Evsraiiie Crarremt VOL. 2, NO. 12K8. t:KI-Slt.l). i;V MliXKO. MONDAY, SKIT 1, 118. S.VIH1 Year. Hr. Month, ftr. rpy DECLINEINCONDTION ON Ily Associated PteM. Washington, Kept. 0. A heavy decline In condition of the corn crop ho ra unol a reduction of three hundred nnd Mventeen 1 1 - ! lion bushel In today's drpa.tm nt I of itKi IcuUjirnt forecast of produc tlon an coin pared to last month's estimate. Sprlns wheat produc tion, lioweer, nhowed an Imptove nietit, with an Increase of tucrity one million bushels In tho e.Hl unit ed production, making a total wheat nop for thin year of rlnht hundred ninety nlno million hauh-el.H. Don't be m upender. Il n Saver Unv Wnr Pm-lir t;vrrp. 'XVXB I - I I I m ARF VI 7 WJSkt We respectfully call your attention to Or dinance Number 141 of the City of Carls bad. This ordinance covers the use of wa ter for domestic purr poses in case of fire and was passed primarily for YOUR pro tection. In Case of a Fire Alarm Turn Off Every Running Faucet or Hydr...

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. — 9 September 1918

KiEvcninsCurrcntT0VS "BABY" " AT SUBMARINE X. I.. Perry, IMltor and Mgr. Kntcied hm second clam matter April !, 1 r 1 7 . at the post office at Cat IhIukI, New Mexico, under the Art or Manh ?,, 1879. Published dl, Sund.in excepted, by the Chi hi. , ) Piloting Co. Member of 'I he Associated Press. Tin Ah-x latt il Press Is exclusive 1) entitled to Hit use for republica tion ol ,ll news dlxp.itilits credited to it m not otherwise ci I'd I tod In this .i-t and hIm) the local new Pullll..ll1 llPlt'll). WIIV Ol It NATION Is SlHONG. being the first to receive thes order 1 without the nature ef hi heroic deed 1 gun unless he knows what he' nhoot Inr at. How he learned, however, wa being made public. It was announced j ' fv1,ent. 8om on RCk of our aa ai In i ill T as) IK a m Vl , 'Woman" on British Decoy Ship decorated for Outwitting Germans. BLOWS UP THE U-BOAT I early In 1917 that the reason for his j decoratloni would be made public af ter the war, tie waa Iven special pro- j motion over...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
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