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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 16 September 1918

I If tC KVHMMJ Cl'ltllKNT, MOMMY, 8i:iT. 10, 1018. LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mr. Fred Kliu are lo cated at Cailshad until Fred M'ts Into tli" army. --l,ov InKtoo. lender. J. F. Joy of iti lived Sunday e.f tcriioon from hl.i luiHlncHH trip to Hope and Al tenia. Whit Wriuht. fountx- treaHtirer. returned S 1 1 1 1 I a fiom u brief 1 h 1 1 to tlia unit In n puit or t h roiinly on ImidneM. m Mr. and dren, 1 1 inn Sunday. Mi. Plowman MitlilLi'., were and In cliil-town Wlllaid Hates llt Saturday lor hi ranch at Weed. New Mexico, expecting to l nun ijbout !) day. h. II. Iltadsttfet. of wax In town oxer Sunday. Ito.we H, K. I!. Wilson, of At tenia, wax a Kiient at a local hotel from his home mt'i' Sunday. MOODY H 1 1. 1 JAMS. William Mullaiie wu.. Ins par entn that In- will no. .4iu at C.uls bad, N. M., tin- coiniiii: win.' i with Ills iviaiid-d.id and attend the Sis ter' nc-hool. Van Horn Adxocatc Alonzo lloxU-x. a rniisln of Mm. William Hill, t i llaistow. Texas, Ih Up 1 1 out then- this liioinin...

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 September 1918

r'i i w eater Weather c We sell the REIMS CHILDREN PLAY WAR GAMES Emerge From Cellars, When Bombardment Ceases, to Frolic in Sun. ti.1 vn i ! C-:3 PRINTING Exceptional Facilities Enable Us to Guar antee Our Work 3 "HI radley Sweater i forMEN, WOMEN, HOYS, GIRLS and CHILDREN and have a splendid assort ment that are really under priced on ac count of having many carried from last season. ONE LOT -- LADIES SHOES in Lace and Button, patents and Kid close out at $3.00 A PAIR ALL HAVE THE SAME SPIRIT -a Mi to oyce-Pnii "We Want Your Trade" Co. "WRITING HOME" When Hit soldi rr It off duty lie itiuy employ and mnune hlmaelf In many ways, but nut of the first thing he la aure to do In to write to home folk. Writing iuH-r, envelopca, tuk and pent are furnished free to the men by tho Army Y. M. G A. ThlH H a picture, of a "rush hour" of letter writing and majratlno read tnc Id a mY" building In larfe camp of the Honthern Department WAVES OF HATE FOR KAISER League ef Optimlstt at Given Hour Dal...

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 September 1918

urreht VOL. 2. .NO. 120. CAIII.MlUl. XKW Mi;IH), TIIMtW, SHIT. 17, 101. He Everaiiii C ALLIES CAPTURE PRESIDENT WIL 3,000 PRISONERS j SON PROMPT IN AND 24 GUNS ON! MACEDONIA FRONT REFUSAL OF PEACE OFFER oi i i: in m m i:ioio TON I INI . By Associated rress. In Macedonia the nil If continue their ofTeniilve against the IlulKar lann with success. Importnnt posi tions and .1.000 prisoners have been taken by the allies and pressure against the Oermans on the wes tern front shown no skn of abat ing. In 'the region or Met th enemy la repotted to he hnrnlnu towna In the Moselle valley, prob ably In preparation of a retirement from that region. Sofia. Sept. 17, via London. --Franco-Serbian troops attacked the IlulKarlan linen Sunday morning and ancceeded, after a despers.te atriiKKle, In occupying Sokot, Hob ropolje nnd Velrcnlk poMltlons, It In officially announced. Hy Associated rress. Washington, Sept. 17.- lniunli fled endorsement of President Wil son's rejection of Austria's propor tio...

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 September 1918

ThiEveningCurrentjOACK WITH HER BOYS 8. I., ivrrjr, Editor and Mgr. i:ntor-(l tki aemnd rlasa matter Ap..l 16. 1917. at the post office at Cirlsbad. New Mexico, under the Act of March 3. 1879. ftibilihed dally, Sundays excepted. hy the Carlsbad Printing Co. MemlM-r of The .MK-litI I'rwi. The Aasoclated I'resa la eicluidve 1 entitled to the tine for republica tion of all news dispatches credit! to It r not otherwise credited In thin paper mill ulno the local newa published herein. Joyful Welcome Given Mrs. Har ing at the Front. Secretary l.ane presented to the pn'Kl(l-nt it.mi to cimnii'tiK recently n roinpiehcnslve plan lor u pre llniinuiy Html) of tin iinusucd lands ol tin country, with particu lar lererence to the irrigation of Home I r.ono.tioii netes of arid land. the drainage of between 70. , nnO" I" exihaiiK'd between friends long and 80.ooo.ooo nrre of swamp ! acpnruted. land, und the i leat I. ik of upproxl-1 "You're roIijk to be with us?" luately 200,000.000 acre of cut-, "...

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 September 1918

I UK ICVKMMi (1 ItltKNT. TIIIHDAV, SHIT. 17, LOCAL NEWS The Weiiley Class picnic net for this afternoon at the home of Madam Thoroe is likely to be an Indoor affair, owing to the In clement weather. A alight change will necessarily need to be made In the menu, hot coffee taking the place of Ire creiwii. Mlsa Vera Itlnes passed through the city yesterday enroute to the borne of her mother at Pecos, where ahe will upend a abort aca tlon. Mlsa Illnes, who wax a achool girl In Carlsbad, and lived here several yearn, In now a tele graph operator ou the Santa Fe. Mm. Mary (Jerlarh returned last night from an over Sunday visit at the home of her rod nt Malaga. "Ited" Smith, under the direc tion of tlu city fatheis, ha lour borne at woik plowing along the alden of the street preparatory to grading theni and putting exety thliiK into first class shapv lor tin fall and winter. uuci.i: mi:i:ti;. Mr. and Mm. 1'uul Ares me in from thelr ranch home this week, but will likely no out today. Mr. Are...

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 September 1918

EZEZEZEEEEEK 13 OUR WORK STICKS WATCH M)lt SLACK KltH. 2SCZ If you just want your car patch ed up, why most any tinker can sat isfy you. If you want it REPAIRED, re made, built up to full auto efficiency bring it to us. WE DON'T HAVE TO DO OUR WORK TWICE-IT STICKS. When we give your car the once over and turn it out for service, you can bet your life it's "FIT" in shape to give you satisfactory service. The longer our work sticks, the bigger advertisement it is for us. That's one reason we take pains. And then, we like to do the square thing. We solicit your work. (V mil) II uf National IVWene Ak All Citi4-n to Watiti for Vl ... Iitfir of the lnw. The IMdy Defence ban been the Slat iitiil N 'if 1 cl 11. He to kci i lor desert em. All teen to lotty-xlx an ti the iluilt. They haw certain e Idewe Conn' Council of TiNtl'ltrttd by n:i Council , ll!!ip Writ I'll "ii ffom Huli now Mibject MlOtlld all tli at tiny Carlsbad Automobile Co. the Mill warns their readily be re- haw piei'i)'cd 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. — 18 September 1918

Hfie EvemiiK- Current vol,, a,' xo. 127. c.uthsitAp. MiW Mi:xico, tjm:si v, hi:it. im. hum. .YO0 Year, 0c. Month, 5c. VoT7 ALLIES IN MACEDONIA CAPTURE 4,000 PRISONERS ADVANCE 15 MILES Dy Anaoclated 1'reaa. ! London. Kpt. 1 8. Unitarian i-, nlatancn In Macedonia. In weaken ing The alllea have advanced 10 miles. I 1 Jly Aoclated Tress. i London, .Sept. IK. Ilrltlsh force attacked this morning northwest of St. Quentln, It was officially an nounced, llolnon, 3 miles north v west of St. Quentln, was captured by the IJrltlsh. A Herman nttack last evening at Moeuvres, which was under heavy artillery protec. tlon, resulted In the Itrttlah being pushed back to the outskirts of that village. m.M.n m mui:rrs n:ci: or. ri:it or ;i:hm.ny. ' lly Asaoclated Fresa. St. Loula, Sept. 18. Failure of a freight train to receive the nc essary orders, Is said at the gcner al offices of the San Francisco & St. Louis railroad to be the cause of the wreck last night which re sulted In the death or 12 sol...

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. — 18 September 1918

LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ares left for their ranch home early this ntornlni; after several days speut In CarlMluut on bunlnetts of various kinds. it hrttil.ll m m i v- a iff w r i j Il . T r in 3 :aw o 5 CJ win 0 O 3u : o O C u 'a.x: c o , Q rj1 ft t5S u 1) 1 nru n-t- in 0 Q 7 C 3 f 0 3 F c: O U D LT CO o O C 2 fc- 1 ..'wA,.! V r OFFH'IAI, I KJlltDH. The official rii;Utitlua of men ltwta the M of clRhtt't-n nd fortysilx to Kddy county totals 1.117, ai followtt CrUbad, 5S8; Artetla, til: Lakewood, 40; Hope, lit: Lako Arthur 36; Dayton, 27; IxlDf. 10; Ualaga. 65; Otli. 43; ueoD, 17; Total 1117. Dr. n. Ilrantley, of Tortalra, a et( at th Crawford, Itft Turn 4ay Diornloc tqr El Tato. (. II. (Jroon. the real entate man from LovinKton, came In from there Monday, SAFETY FIRST sen W. F. McILVAIN FOR INSURANCE FIIUS. AUTOMOBIUl and DOXIM. Kev. F. W. l'ratt returned Mon day nlKht from Camp Cody. lie will stay In CarUbad for a week or ten daya and then return to the cantonment to aerve 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. — 18 September 1918

0 m wf IK IT IS A PLUMBER YOU NEED CAM j CP ; HENRY F. BOCK PRACTICAL SANITARY PLUMBER 'PHONE 155-E ALL WOItK Ul'AHANTKEI) TO HE HATISI AtTOltY 1 heates TOMORROW THURSDAY MADGE KENNEDY AND HER EYES AND HER SMILE -IN "SWAP! VI M A iNiLrwiL II mn M A GOLDWYN PICTURE ED" The story of an almost bride and a not quite bridegroom. The' story of a road house where they serve nothing but chicken. FRIDAY A. II. Woods Presents His Broadway Success v A SPECIAL PARAMOUNT RELEASE 66 E G Y MAN 99 BY RUTH HELEN DAVIS and CHARLES KLEIN You expect us to say that this picture is good. You think "that's what he is in business for". But when a story runs on BROADWAY FOR MONTHS and is acclaimed by the critics as the greatest play of the year, what can we sav? You'll agree with us when you see it. . ANOTHER BIG ONE SATURDAY ELSIE FERGUSON IN AN ARTCRAFT FEATURE SIS 1 L A superb story of intense heart appeal and many dramatic situations of power. THE SHOW. UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, UeIGINS AT 8 O'CLOCK I'ONSlS...

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 September 1918

e Eveiii rent c.iti.sii.i, m;v micxico. Tiinisnw, m:it. n, hum. Y0O Year, lit. Month, fte. lry VOL. 2, NO. ISM IS g Cur V f 8,000 PRISONERS CAPTURED IN DRIVE ON CAMBRAI ALLIES ARE NIBBLING AT HINDENBURG LINE Py Associated Press. London, Sept. 1 f. Th llrltlsh progressed today In their drive on the lllndenbitrg lino In the St. Qucntln region, which drive In aim ed at the encirclement of that to' n. To the north of 1'ontniet out pout portion ot the lllndenburg line wit reached. I.emplre, four miles directly west of Ia Calet, was captured an also win Couche wool. The enemy followed a heavy bombardment southwest of Ciimbrut, between Monr.aucoui t and the Atras-Camhral road, by a strong Infantry attack on n wide front northward from Ticscault which wan completely repulsed with great losses. The enemy likewise wan drhen off after heavy casual Ilex shotrly afterward when he launched a strong ntt.'rk north of Moeuvrcs. Some Herman parties who succeeded In entering llrltlsh trenches were ent...

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 September 1918

Jtcauliful tilwia H'p In the star or "The u 1 1 1 Man", which is the attraction i.t the Ciawford Theatre tomonow. .Supported by a P'C-1 lall) K1 at. ImiudinK Vivian' Heed, WiIImiu l.aiwood, J.I I.ock ln .. . Oluile Fundi and Haywaid Vi .iik. Mix Hop '.u done inoie( tli.ui tni shaii- towards making 'Tin' liuill) .Man" u success. As tin- dauaim-i 11 a Parisian damn . ! Kin imiiiiii in-1 shptailier in de-j fcnue ol ln-r mother and in prose cuted I'Tlln- Hat- her own fill, i, ho, i ! i ' '"r iik hlH clime In .m'iImik Hi-' i nunei und tins iMMniiful daiunlcr throughout t ? years, take tin-in back, uikIiik tin Jury to show nn-rr), und elaspinn then: imlh in hi aims, asks tln-ir fin enca. .nnoim i;mi:nt. In tin near future deflnlte datt unnounced laW) there will be an miction held at the1 Armory, for the benefit of the local chap-li-r or tin- ll Cms, i: Villi V ONC I solicited ' for some desir able aiticle ror thl cause; any thing salable from 1U o stork to hand work will b most lucptable....

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 September 1918

TUB KVICNIVJ CIHUKVT, Till ItsKAV. HLIT. 19. IMA. LOCAL NEWS h. C. Ilrlstoe, 1 to town for friends. of Temple, Texas, a short stay with t'Aii Tint.NM ovi-:i&. Mrs. Claude FarrH Is in tonight from a visit folk at Loving. expected to kino- Mrs. Walter (Hover returned to tlit ranch today arter upending much of the week In town. Mis. (J. W. Krp.tton In visiting In ltoawell since the first of the week, but will probably return In a day or two. Mrs. Frank Plttsford and dv.uuh ter, F.vclyn, are again at home In CurlHbad from a three-month's visit to relatives and friends in Cranlte City, Illinois. Mrs. Lewis Howell and children left Wednesday morning lor Dou glass, ArUona, in lesponse to a telegram announcing the serious lllnesB of Mrs. Howell's mother at that place. Mart MHitr, levenue Inspector for this distiict. is in town huh-.' j yesterday on official buMncs. Mr. McCee is a Inother n Mis. L. Purdy and the brother and sister ( hud not met for severul yc.trs. i Five Illth school pup...

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 September 1918

HONOR CLEVELAND'S HEROES IV IT IS A. Wc are in a position to give all -Job Printing Prompt and Careful Attention Individuality in yentr letter heads and other printed matter is helpful to your business. Wc are ready at all times to give you the benefit of our experience. Plsn to Grow Tree In Memory of Sol diers Who Fall In Battle. Clevelnnd. The rlty forestry depart ment hn adopted a plan whereby each Clevclund buy who gives, his life In th great wnr will ho rtriiii)ler. An soon an ire ptnntmg lime comes thin full a liberty onk will lie planted for each hoy killed In action or who die MH the result of wounds. The tree I will l planted nlong Noith I'nrk bou lovnnt. which will henceforth he known at Liberty How. Knch tree will curry a hron.e murker hearing the narne of I soldier who ha died. Teachers Escape Edict Charleston, W. Va. Teachers are engaged In a productive occupation ind are not hit by the "work or fight" rder, ari'ordlnir to a ruling made by I'rovoxt Marshal (lencrnl Crnw...

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 September 1918

Be' "Evening Current VOL. '2, NO. izv. caklmiad. m:v mlxico. mum, mmtlmiilu ;:. dun. .YtM Vcnr. (tor. .Month. fie. l'4py, ALLIES Ml fiNUE STEDY ADVANCE ON HINDENBURG LINE DESPITE THE STRONG RESISTANCE OF GERMANS Ily Associated Press. London, Sept. 2.- The Jlritiwh last night progrensed northwest of St. Qnentln. capturing the strong point of MaliifhiM Farm, opposite Le Cntclct, says Gencri'l llalg's statement today. Impoitant gains weir scored by the Mrlllsh In the Leinplrepehy sector, troupa puhitm their way Into tho enemy line for more than a tn Moeiiivs, an Impoitant point In tin Canal I mi Nord, opposite Ciuohrai, which was taken ly the GetmanH In a heavy counter thrust iecently, wan today recaptured by the Ihltlsh after heavy fighting. With llrltlsh Army In Franc, Sept. 20. Australian troops run tinned their penetration of the old lllndenbnig system today and now are two thirds or a mile lioni Itelllngslsle, which Is four miles northwest of St. quentln. TH" Hilthh ami Fiench are...

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 September 1918

Queen Quality . Shoes I H NONE BETTER. f NOTICE OUR CENTER WINDOW - FOR WHAT Y 0 U WANT IS SURELY THERE READY-TO-WEAR HOSIERY BEST DRESS Several new DRESSES, Best line in SILK and COATS, COAT SUITS COTTON any color, GLOVES and SKIRTS. any size. In Ropoular Shades ANYTHING MEN NEED TO WEAR RARE BARGAINS IN SUITS Prices that are attractive and fuality that is the best. We save you money on every purchase. eoples Mercantile Co. "WHERE THINGS ARK NEW" ARK YOU ..GETTING READY TO BUY YOUR LIBERTY BOND? A f to nut rt viomiii. 3d order to comply with the "Kvod Admlnhtiation's ri'it. It tMcumm necessary I'm tin to cli.tiiK" . ur term us follows: HfKiitnliiK October 1st. IMS, all mounts will Im due iiiul payable, n tin- llrst of tin- mmilli foHowiiiK lli' purchase. Accounts not paid oy tl.f tenth or th' month, no further charccs will ! made. rrori.Ks Mr.ucANTii.r., co. A. $. Slir.l.HY ('(. joYcr.-nirrr co. YVM. l.KCK, I'. S. Mi: AT MAKKKT. Mowi:ii mai(ki:t asm maki:ky. It. i:. DICK. COKNKU DR...

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 September 1918

THIS ISVK.M.M1 TltUtOM. I ItlDAV, KriTllMllllt 2. 1M1M. LOCAL NEWS Mr, Annie V. f u r hciust Iti -Aitz cost. Week will do tit k. H'liFonHblo wdCt j rr iii.koii. liUHineHfi t 1 1 o r In tr -sl-ril.iy. f Knnwlcs, Is n to Curl -had. urrlv- Mih. Sik'- lut" a ntu't from I.'os well. Mif Sl.ephatd. who l npend lim the week In ChiIhI ml. imti:i v.it wmik c.Mr.iu. "The White limine. NVanhlnHton, I Nii. .i. i:iv "My I : r Mr. KoHilick: I "May I not roll )oni attention to u matter which lii'.s been le- CCtltIV fllf.lU'ill J 1 tlllMllsltl !l"t a little? "The W.i I In paltl n lit li t- . '.; ni.etl the Yoiin.: M'ii'h Clnl-lian As oclat Iki), the Youn.' W' ik h'i' I Christian .Ucoci.itioii, t i N.ti.onil' t'SlIl) (IX)TIIIN(l C!AMI'At(. n. n. 1 1 M ClMll" III I t 111 thele Is Mill in town at I Cut liolic W in Con' nl. I In' J' i.-!) I d.iy ! Wellate Hoard, tli- V. ;.i Camp on. itf l.ov Inutoti, ( Coiniii iinlt S'-iurr, tlx- Aiu'mh.iii "d i l.ll'iiii v Association, ami 1 1 1 - - ;-.ilva- yi'MonUy t...

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 September 1918

EADY-T NEWS OUR READY-TO-WEAR SECTION IS NOW AT ITS IJKST AND YOU CAN IIOPK TO 1)0 NO BKTTKR THAN AT "PRKSKNT. OUR COATS; AUK WKLL STYLKS AND PRICK MADi:, GOOD POPULAR I N 815. TO S60 OUR SUITS; of copper and coal blinked out, pas t.t.x soiily-on what, Is actually XK WAItTUt.UT riCTUtlJ 'Till), i.ir." to hi: shown at UUWFOltD Tin: Titi: TOMOItllOW. cold "1 lili'p In our rtate endoislni; the National 1'rohl'. .'.ion Law nnl believe with tate i.. il national ro- The snctlflce by a youim woman op fut ion, we can limim .te the of her happiness to save th honor vice lot her lainlly thieatened by tlio "I lulieve in bettcri.ic our edu-!nct of her crrini; sinter, forum the ARK THE VERY REST POSSIBLE UNDER EXISTING CIRCUM STANCE AND CONDITIONS AND ARE RIGHT IN EVERY WAY, EVEN THE PRICE, SI 9.50 TO $60,00. DRESSES IN J HUSKY. SKKGH AND SILKS OF ALL CLASSLS HANGING SI 5.00 TO S55.00 Joyce ID r 1)0. "We Want Your Trade." f. it lout! yvhtem wherever possible ami will always b fair to tin1 IiIrIi...

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 September 1918

G mrreit VOL. li, NO. 1UO. CAKLSIIAD. NEW MEXICO, N.Tt ItD.W, SKIT. tfl, 111H. .Y00 Yenr. 00c. Month. Ac. Copy. AMERICAN TROOPS SENT OVERSEAS HAS NOW REACHED 1,750,000 MARK GOVERNMENT CRISIS IN GERMANY IS REACHING A CRITICAL STAGE v f Ily Associated Tress. With Ilrltlsh Army in France, Sept. 21. English troop attacked the German line -midway between Havrlncourt wood nnd St. Qucntln, at hair past Ave o'clock this morn Intr. on a front of two and one half to three miles. London, Sept. 21. Entente naval units and allied troop are operat ing alonK the Dvlna river In north ern European Russia and have sunk two enemy ships and captured three guns, It la officially announced to day. Heavy losses were Inflicted on Ilolshevlkl forces by the entente allien. By Associated Tress. London, Sept. 21. An attack n galnst the Hlndcnhur line north west of St. Qucntln wan resumed this morning east of F.pchy, It wi.s offlclnlly announced today. By Associated Tress. London. Sept. 21.' The Hrlllsh Monlter...

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 September 1918

ROYAL SCANDAL Hi AUSTRIA MAY LEADTO DIVORCE People Growing Bitter Against Empercr and Empress. BLAME THEM FOR DISASTER Empress It Accused of Shielding Italians Emperor Received With Catcalls and Cunea When He Ap pears on Street Inspired Denial of Rumors Says Czernln Knew of Six tut' Peace Letter. A few months ago sevcrnl offlclnl or semiofficial denials were mnde rcgnrd In chnrges n gainst Fmperor Chnrle of Austria nnl his wife. Fimprcss Zltn. What these chnrges refer to Is becom ing known ly degrees. The Aus trlnn censorship turn a fnr prevented a full statement renchlng the wires Im ncutrnl countries, Imt the new Is fil tering throuirh of n ! mini In tl) Im perlnl pnliKf which Is likely to lend to n divorce. The empress Is necused of shield Intr n twl protecting Iho Italians. Tim disnstcr on the Tlnvo wnn the result of a plot engineered by Kmprcas Zltn, tho people believe. In Vienna tin excite ment of the people known no IxtumU. ; Whfti the cmpojrfr nppcnr In tin streets he Is rec...

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. — 21 September 1918

IMrt KVII.M.Nd ailllKM, SATI ItnAV, SKIT. 21, 101. LOCAL NEWS W. II. Wilson Is In town from Hopedale Farm his home In thu lower vsJIey and snys crops and everything are looking all right In his locality. social Ki:uvi(i; mi;i;tin(j. Mesdaniea Dllley and W. A. CralK are enjoying a visit from their father, Mr. IlarkloKs, of Lamar, Missouri, who may remain here for Home weeks. It. J. TofTelmlro made the trip In from I,ovlngton last night to pond a short time with his family in the city. Will I'M Carter and family and Miss Cladys Nevcnger were pas sengers to Hoswell, going up via automobile yesterday afternoon. Judge Dillard was al)ent a eou-1 pie of days in Hoswell this week I on legal buslneHS. The meeting of that branch of the Methodist Missionary Society known as the social service dc' pt.i tment, was held Thursday af ternoon at the home of Mrs. I). (1. Grantham on Greene Heights, a bout 30 ladies were present. The subject under discussion was Sb bath Observance, and Mrs. Flowers br...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
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