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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 4 November 1918

Britain's Acting High Commissioner at The Alter of Liberty. HAS A BIQ JOD Ma av . . r . " ' ' 'I "ill . " 4 - V- ; , Vy J . , M ft- wM-i: yrm ;:3V-i;f - . ' -; ' . . ... ...... ' . . - - r - . , , 0" Q. 8. Bilhclmcr. Slit. IIIAUV It. SMITH NT A MUM1 IOIUTII ITtOM I.KIT IN I'ltONT HoV AT Till: or i.ii.iniv imon si ahi:. m:nv yoiik, on tiii; khiiiii h v or tiii: loan. GETS HUH FOR EAGHJRELATIVE Ohio Boy Tells of First Experi ence at Front. HAS HIS SHARE OF THRILLS Give Vivid Description of Hew It Feelt to Qe Into Battle for the Flret Time "Wt Licked Them Clean Off the Map. They Didn't Have a Look-In" Tells of New Treacheroue Stunt of Hune. ITow It fiM'ln to k Into hiittlo In ttirllllhcl.v li tIImiI hy I'rlvulf Itny Ootik'li-ion In n I 1 1 r to liix HlMtcr nt Ulirl. lmvlilo. o. "I ut Inti'ly rtiinn- from KnInK OVcr tilt top. H 11(1. tifl lV III!, It WH4 ttiti xirrlt'ii(c. It win H tir- '). I liinl my itiii r of llirllK 'I'lirv HM-iik of th ilny of luittli' Wlni: .'o rloii-. Will, It K ...

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 November 1918

He Everaiis; CiiBreni VOL. 12, NO. KIH. CARI-SHAO. .NEW MEXICO. Tl'F.HDAy, XOV. . 101H. IkVOO Year, 6O0. Month, ftc. KApt GERMANY MUSTIA HALF MILLION FRONTlFAIR WEATHER FOR 200 MILE APPLY TO FOCH AUSTRSANS CAP- 'IN FLAMES ELECTION FOR ARMISTICE j TUBED; ALSO 250,000 HORSES Hy Associated Press. I London, Nov. 5. (Via Montreal) The allies have derided lhat Germany must apply to Marshal Foch for an armistice, Lloyd Oeorj stated In the house of rnmmoni today. Br Associated rress. Iondon, A domonctratlon was held before the Illsuiark monu ment In Derlln Sunday In favor of continuing the war. A resolution wan panned protesting against ae rrptance of humllltlng peare, ac cording to a Copeharen dispatch to the Kxchango Telegraph Com pany quoting the Herlln Tarhlatt. Ily Associated Press. Washington, Nov. 5.- The Aus trian prisoners which were riptur ed by the Italian before the arm istice was effective yeM rday are estimated nt half a million and the booty Include 2ftO thoiiHand horses. Hy ...

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 November 1918

!iILL.' yUL.. s JV to o?ra Aii Overseas Speaker. She will talk to you on the Court House Lawn Wednesday f . Afternoon, Nov. 6th, at 3 o'clock She's right from the Front and she knows. 1 Let her tell you how the Y. M. C. A. and the Y. W. C. A. and the other organizations care for your boy. Under Management United War Work Campaign. tolph l.iisk hu hold tho Scott place and is un a trade to sell his uiHln ranch. We doa't know exact ly whut Oolph experts to do, but we are. sure Im will May on the plulus or JiiHt uud'r the rup rock an hv liHit done tin greater putt of hi life. In fact we could hardly do without Dolph lu this section. Tho name of the purchaser wus not learned. l.ovlnnton Lender. J. T. (iurrett Kent another hunch or about f20 stock cattle to pas ture In Texas TueHday. The herd win In barge of Salty and Spen cer Graham and a several others were hi Iping to "tKe thrm over. They will ha placed on pasturage leaned by Mr. Oarrctt during the dry spell here, thus maklnK about twe...

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 November 1918

ma KVKNI5Q cijRiue!rr('TnDAr,'NOV. s, idi. X LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Amelia Collin underwent n; operation for gall atone; at the Hitlers' aanltartum yesterday morn 1n and though she spent a rather bad night, we are glad to report her condition Improving this afternoon. Rube Knowlea Is a business vis itor In town today. U. H. Hamilton came In' from Lovlngton to spend a week or more In Carlsbad or until the flu quar antine at Lovlngton Is lifted. OIL PHOHPLCTtt Poll DAYTON Malinger Humphreys of ; 'mo lloiirifl for the .Northern Town, Emmett Newcomer, a cousin of Mrs. A. C. Heard, who was re ported aa killed recently In France, baa been located In a hospital with wounds only. The Red Cross rooms will be opened some day thla week. Watch the tally for announce ment of the date. Supervisors are cutting linen thla morning. BssiMBBBsasBssBasasBaB Paul McLenathen returned Mon day from his ranch at Toyah, Tci as. He found good grass and fat cattle. r HQ The nrlnclnal occupation of the house wife thes...

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 November 1918

71PWT LIFE IS SAVEI V" r One of Those Weird Romances of . the Sea and the War. YANK DOCTOR CHIEF FIGURE! TAKEN PRISONER; Favorite Domb Shelter Wrecked WMif Hi le Captured by Germane When on Voluntary Mletlon of Rescue. American Ilomhlnjr I'.usc. Dr. Alherti I. St". :- of Svvf York, medical offl-; r hi I'll hawe. owch Ida llfi to tha, fnt' (hut in- win taken prisoner by the' lit nimiir. while lr. Harry J. iKsiley f f'hlMiB'i, successor to Doctor Steven, jM-loiiint. Mirncou, owe his liberty to llu fact that iHu-tor Steven In u prta iii'T. It U cf those weird romance pf the won find war. Word wim Hashed to the homhlntf J'liso one afternoon that n seaplane Jw'mm down on the surface of the wntr fihoul thirty miles off the coast. A fast tiK'ior loat, ready for such emcr-t-r.ru n, nf unit out. A auriteon al vn. nifi mpiinlcn Mich expedition. to ir poolcy In ordinary clrcninstnn t'f would have pine. Hut iwx-tor ,StOT in wan Jtit retiring from th ont, fiid ho ihoiiKht tho trip might do htm r...

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. — 6 November 1918

me VOIi. 2, XO. 101). C.ltl,Slll. Miv MICXICO. WKDNKSD.W, NOV. , HUM. .YM Yrnr, GOf. Month, fi. Itop) THE REPUBLICANS DEMOCRATS CLAIMiPUBLICAN TICKET ELECTED IN NEW HICQ--INDICATION HAVE CONTROL CONTROL OF CON- OF HOUSE CRESS BY 1 VOTE Uy Associated Press, j New Yoik, Nov. 5.--Thi repub licans have reversed democratic control of the house In tho face. or Incomplete rt u inn late this af tcrnoon. Uy Associated Press. Cheyenne, Wyoming, Nov. fi. A landslide of the entire republican ticket wan Indicated today, with tho possible exception of Mis. Mamie llorfeiHon, candidate for statu su preme schools. Wyoming Is esti mated to he dry two to one. Uy Associated Tress. Phoenix, Arizona, Nov. fi. The guhernatlonal context Is In douht. Thos. K. Camphell, the republican candidate for governor, apparently has n slight lead at this hour. He prcsentatlve Carl Haydcn, demo-1 cratlc, Is returned to congress. In-; dlcatlons are that other democratic i nominee are elected. Uy Associated Press. Washin...

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. — 6 November 1918

V CARPENTER SHOP OPENED ivi; it m; ofi:m:i ion iiimms on; caiut.nti.u siioi dm; iti.o( k ivixr ok pf.coh ai.li:y i.i'miiku V.XICP, A M ANY.VVOUK, l,lt(.i; Olt SM All,. Will, Ul i:m; oru phomit attention. U. B. HAMILTON FONTIl.UTOH AM) 111 I I.Ii:iC. A PROCLAMATION iiy Tin: lioi iiiinoii or Tin: htati: or m:iv mkxico 1 ant informed ttiat tin- cull for fruit pit ami nut shell for reduction to carbon and use an nhsoihaut of poison khsh-s In tho il nnd matured. Soldier cltlions inniiufartuio of kas masks, requtr tho battle front In Furopo, lit not Mooting adequate response. Om million pounds of such pits anl hIh'IIm per day Im tlx Immod lati requirement. To moot thin requirement theio must be united and whole-hearted action by all of na. Now U tin opproprluto time ami aeason for such action. Fruits and nuts for the ycur liu ripen d mid 1:1 1 1 u 1 4-cl . Soldier cltlzenH here ut nt Inline, think how little Ih this service compared with the licrvlfo of the sohiii r who III tint fae the p...

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. — 6 November 1918

( .l..,l.IJ..m.MM K - TIIIC ICVK.MMJ Ct'ltltKNT, WICRNKSDAY, NOV. , 101. J LOCAL NEWS Jim Simpson and wire, of Chalk Ulufr ranch, are In town and re port everything out their way do ing fine as there Is enough gnu to acrry tsock through the wittier. W. N. Lannlng. woh liven on the Harroun rami, was an overnight visitor In Carlsbad. He says with the exception of scarcity of labor, conditions on the farm could not be better. Walter McUonagltl. of Lovlngton, left today for his home after sev eral days spent In Catlsbad. IT. 8. Weather Forecast Carlsbad, New Mexico. November 6,' 1918. Tonight generally fair except rain or snow Northeast; colder East of mountains; Thurs day generally fair. Miss Sophia Church was here the first of the week attending to business pertaining to the Ulrla War Work. . Reports from Midland, Texas, are that the schools were opened last Monday and tho churches Huuday, Those people who are raining a howl about the schools, chinches and picture show being closed Sh...

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. — 6 November 1918

1 FOE PROPAGANDA BEING REFUTED Pamphlets Tell French People of America's Ideals and Promises. HAVING BENEFICIAL EFFECT Literature Coes Directly to Hornet and a Tremendous Influence for Good It Thus Being Exerted Distributed In Schools. Dy E. A. BATCHELOR. I,arls.--Aiiicrlcn's IiIchIm, America past attainment iiml America's defin ite promises fur the successful prose cution of the war iir being present fil to i tit Trcndi people in a trench unt. con lining iniiiiiii'r through the medium of pmiiphlcl prepared iy the t'ditciitloiml bureau of Hie Am-rl n ri V. M. A. ThruiiKli the co-operation of tho d. partim-nt .f nillle Instruction of I'rnnct', It litis l.ccii possible to dis tribute rjMNkl of iIhm pamphlet In the m b.os. A large percentage of tho literature mi distributed has been tnken directly Int.. the home nnd a tremendous Inllucm c fur good Ik tints Itolnjr exerted. Tho V. M. A. beenme convinced mih time ago ttiHt n general dlstrl l)Utlon of concrete Infortnntloti regard ing thi...

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 November 1918

vol.. a, NO. 170. CAItLMHAI). NKW MKXICXJ, 'I IU ltHAV, .NOV. 7, 10IH. 5.00 Year. OOc. Month. Ac. RE-ELECTION FALLlGERMAN NAVY INIGERMANS HAVE I ARMY DESERTERS INDICATED Pr Associated Press, Albuquerque, Nov. 7. The re election of Senator Fall to the V. H. senate, republican, Is Indicated thin afternoon by Incomplete re turn. Ifcrnande. republican, la fleeted to congress. T1iN iitomliiu'M M'Mit on the election from hiiutA l-V Imllrnleil the reelection of Senator l-'nll and the entire reiiibllcii tMe ticket hy majorltle ranging fi-om ftOO to l,fMM) for l.iiirawdrt, who probably Hill leml the ticket... Fall major II j Hill Im t,A4M) or bettor... IUy noldv, Ami Male for nupremo court h small leail nl nn official count may lw ncceswiry to determine the remit. HANDS OF REVOLUTIONISTS tly Associated I'res. London. Nov. 7. The. entire Herman navy and a great part of Schlenwlg I Jn the hard of rovo lutlonlats, according to report re reived In Copenhagen from Kiel and transmitted by th Kxcha...

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 November 1918

CARPENTER SHOP OPENED wi: iiwi: oi'i:.m:h ioh iu'im:hs nut caupi:nti:ii shop oi; hum k wr.sT ok it.coh vai.i.i:y m .mkck YAIll. AMI ANY WOllK. I,.lt(,i; nit sM l I,. Wil l, Hi;- i:i i; oi it ntoMiT atti:mio. U. 0. HAMILTON 1TltAITOIt Al III ll.ltlMt. i'iiom: 12.1 MAIMED BY HUNS i on fin; won: or i ham 1 MIh, It. ,uUe Midi mi Wolhcl Till- . lMllt 0r- ihcm. Tin- woman of Fiance. Those woudiiltil hcioiiies or four des perate years or- privutloii and tear or lour years of unerasing labor In munition plants, and In tlt-i war iudustnes, or four curs tlieil llicll. it WHS Ol oi) toward I'm in. And -t h . Miss I'lti li used no adjectives. I simply i ailed them the niiy. J told ol a Kit! who ttatl been 1 to marry ti Htitlsh Will W US killed !' Hi (ierioan while attempting j lilm. and she told of tin-! till' 1'CfUgeeS. Imt J to tin men who! lug w a y she She expert hit: Mil L nil. W onndcil to mirror t.llllllf plight ot she n-fi i rt'tl only these wondcilul women of mod-j w ,,( wioimht the tw...

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 November 1918

J TIIK KVKN1M1 CUIUH3NT. TIHIWIUY, NOV. T. 101ft. LOCAL NEWS FOUND between Carlsbxd and Pecos one sack of beans owner can have same by applying at the Current office and paying for thla Carlsbad, New Mexico, Novetiher 7. 101. Tonight generally fair, except Know northeast portion; colder southeast portion; Friday generally fair. Homer King, who I clerk In the Peoples (liorery Store, has pur chased the home In La Huerta be longing to J. I.. Jordan, buying the furniture and live atork also. They will move to their new home In a few days. Uoy Waller, llrlgain Allen, and (loo. lUckett left yesterday morn InK for un extende-il hunt In the hill went of here. They any they are out to sttay until a bin buck la bagged. The funeral of Merlto Contra ran who died at Sinter Sanitar ium, last Friday, wan held yestor day afternoon. Three bourn after the news wan received that the Texan Ktnto-wlde prohibition law had I n declared unconstitutional a saloon opened for business at Vinton, Texas. l u ha...

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 November 1918

(J, S, KEEPS TAB 011 7,000 SHIPS Every Six Minutes a Merchant Vessel Moves at an American Port. n hi T .C CHARTS ARE USED hi Every Minute of Time and Pound of Cargo NoUd and Thue Each Vee l la Uad to Utmost to 6pccd War Plan. Washington. Kvery fix minute merchant vessel arrives and another departs from Amercau prt. From north Alliintlc ea porta there la a' departure every eleven minute one for Europe every forty ii)lnuttn. Thl rate of operation dues not Include Vc l la the aervlce of the army or iiavy.' The merchant fleet of 1,500 ahlpt Under the control of the United Bute ahlpplng board la run a a railroad, on time achedule. The duty of meusur ,lnf ehlp' performnncea, with thelf tasks, la lodged with the planning and etatlatlc division of the ahlpplnjj ioard, beaded by B. II, Gay, formerly denn of thj Harvard Oraduute School of hunlne. Obviously the division must know the taska la detail, and o It co-ordU Batfte with the war Induatrlea and war trade boards In determining and pro ti...

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. — 8 November 1918

G VOI,. 2, NO. 171. (AltLKItAI). XKW MKXICO. I'ltlPAY, NOV. M, IDIH. H.YO0 Year, Olc. Month, ftV. )op, fly Associated Press. J'arls, Nov. 8. The C.crman del tgates, which came within the Trench lines last night to receive frem Marahal Foch the allied ternia far an armlatlce, proceeded thla mornlnK to a meetlnK place desig nated by Marshal Koch. White fla bearers reached the left wing or General Debeney's ar mf at 10 o'clock last night. They .arrived at the place indicated by the allied commander within the French lines about two o'clock this mornlnK. Tf the credentials of the Herman delegates are found to be Adequate, they will be Informed of the terms and that they have 72 hours In which to make a reply. Py Associated Preaa. Washington, Nov. 8. President Wilson will announce the signing of the armistice when the word comes. lly Associated Press. Washington, Nov. XH. The tier-1 man armlstlco delegation entered' luto conference with Marshnl Koch j at ft: on o'clock this morning. Fren...

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. — 8 November 1918

i4 wmr iM n 'w "7r u r "i u r rsfc t h.u. 'A FECIALS AT THE P FAD ES MERCAN COMPANY TIE ODD PAIRS OF SHOES IN LADIES, MISSES AND CHILDUENS SELLING FROM 25 TO 50 PER CENT DISCOUNT ALL MILLINERY AT SACRIFICE PRICE ALL LOT TRIMMINGS AT ONE HALF ODD PIEGES IN UNDERWEAR IN MENS WOMENS AND CHILDUENS SELLING FROM 50C. UP at i ' i 1 ... - ' - . . . - LAKFAVOOI) IXXWI.H The election passed off very ciuiftly here last Tuesday; a very light vote won polled, only 311 inj It' box. Htid thill with the lasuea . of the Stute ami Nation Involved;! we ran scare up more than twice' thnt number or voters In u Utile ti 1 at It uhhih hohool election. The vote here wan about two to one tn favor of tin Democratic ticket, about like It ought to have been till ow-i id Mute uiul nation. I r. H. S. Puray haa volunteered And Joined the medical rot pa of the MIDI), and received the appoint meat of Klrxt Lieutenant. He will i port at Sun Franciaco for duty tta mon UN the flu aitiiutlou here will permit him to lea...

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. — 8 November 1918

THIB KVKMMU CUllRKNT, FIMDAY; NOV. , 1R1H. LOCAL NEWS Schools wll open Monday. All pupil are expected to appear promptly with their lenaons learned and with a strong determination to put In good time for the re .malnder of the school year, al ready bo badly crippled by some weeks out. r OUR John Dearborn, who Is at the Italph Thaer ranch, Is very sick with the flu. Itoss Mtddleton and Manly Hub erts are both very slrk with flu at the home or Tom Mlddleton In Queen. Walter K. Thayer Is reported to be quite sick at the Thayer home In tho mountains. Mrs. II. C. Dickson, who has been very sick, Is reported better today. Mrs. Frank Nymeyer and John Nymeyer, of Loving, ate iy sick with the riu and a physician from Carlsbad attended them thin morn-Ins;. John Lowenbruck left this morn ing for Hot Springs. N. M... where he will remain for a month re cuperating his health. j Mr. and Mrs. James Heard. father and mother of Mrs. D. F. ' Sellards, will arrive Saturday ev-! enlng, coming from Llng...

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. — 8 November 1918

CRACK DAWIIKKTY UAI'MIJACH A simple sen Ice wan conducted at a rave in City cemetery Thurs day afternoon, when friends Rather- to reverently lay away to It lK rest the body of Mrs. Grace DniiKherty Itaumhach. Married n year and a half nen, she leaves her aoldler-liiiHlmnd In Fiance and a little H month old baby, Llnnle Lre. Tin' death of tliln voting woman b particularly it i at i mmI n K on ae eou.t of the utiddenneft of the, aim, and tu-r nctlve life in church and W. C. T. 17. clicl. she wna cm or th vli-tlni of that that epi demic which haa rented no hentlly on Carlnliad. taking Ita toll more part clearly on the young and lg- 4'IOIIH. Mr. Itaumbach. the daughter of Mr. and Mra. N. T. Daugherty, wua horn In WhiteHhoro, Sept J 7, 1K96. She haa lonK resided in Carlnhad. and became afflllatj(l with the Chrlatlan church In Nov ember, 1 7 . She wan married April 21, Uil 7. to Sergt. William Ilaiimhuch, who la at preaent with his company in France. Services were conducted by the Hev. D....

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 November 1918

Evening Csrarent VOL. 2, .NO. 172. C.IU.SItA!. MAX MKXHX). HATI ltl.V, NOV. I. I1HK. ft.Yoo Year, 00c. Month. &c. LMP) 4 German kaiser has abdicated Ily Associated I'ithb. PA MS. .NOV. l: 1.1 P. M. Till: AHIUCATION OF FMPFKOIl viuim has m;i; oiiiciai-; I.V A.NNOI .N( l.l l ltOM IIFIIIJN. A( OlCDI(i TO A II WAS IMS.' PATCH I'KOM HAsr.l,. Ily AuMociatttd Prea While tin (icimai) , niiuMit 1m consldetlug tin- allied ariiiidlit 1 terms, lite IliltUh, French and Am erican armlm ure carrying on sue cessfully the task of freeing French soil ol (lie Hint invader. 1 To the north, tin1 UntlHh hae raptured Maubeuge fortress, t rl v I ii k tin- tiiniiH back Into Itelgiiim between Maubeuge, ami Maons ji lting lli Schelt. The Ilritlsh hat crossed t hut liter on a nine mil' front north of Tournal. (Scucml 1'itaitM armies continue their march toward the llclglan ft out lei h. Fast of Met the Americans are advancing toward Montmedy and the llrley Iron llclds. It 1m reported the lerman rco lullona...

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 November 1918

REOPENING . OF urawTora i iieaice DANIEL FROHMAN Presents Marquerite Clark SWIGART & PRATER p u n Fire & Auto Insurance With the lllg f'ominnle. PfnovED umrotM nTitmioiui SfllfMOIOOL Lesson (By iu:v. i'. ii. KirzwATKii, r. n., Teacher of Kngllah Utbl In tha Moody lllbla Institute of Chicago.) (Copyright, 1918. Wtrn hUwapapar Union.) IN THE wale out 10 UY LA UK A SAWYER PARAMOUNT PICTURE Hi' i;:;s will in: nmi i mu ing cur mil in v it Ttftitic wtivi: Alhui'ieiiiie, N. M.. N. 7: The lour counties in New Mexico (ixctedini, their quota in the larg est Hiiii'iint In tlx - n m it k l ulled War Work lii wil Iium' lour motor tiucks on (In- wi'Mii-rii limit mimed hi their honor, Thin iiu uoiiureincnt nv.i.h contained In a telegram iccelved today at cum psiKD hciduat lets in Albuquer que. Tli. truck to dear tin iisincs oi the wiiiiw.rw in run ktunt service at the limit in France Hii(t their nun if will ! observed by Ii ii lid it' x of thousands of Am 1 1 Iran soldiers In tin course of...

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. — 9 November 1918

Ting KyK.Mno rintiiKvr. MTtitrAV. nov. o, idik.' LOCAL. NEWS Kev. lluitn Spaika, puh'or oft he 'loial liaptiat chuich, moved tits family Iroiu Ai tenia thU week and wilt make hi ' future home. In C i lulf.ttl wiillc serving thai ehurc!i. itcv, Sp.tik.i ionics well lot imiiIiu d- I'll Mild It " miHl'O at Allf.-t'lt wli-iu lett a host of friends U evidence tr iila populailty whereei he goes. Usrlshad 1h pioud to welcome such iu estimable lamlly to our midst. There will be- service uext Sun day imoidIiik, Nov. 10. at the Hup tint church, which wilt Li- tlt hint service to be conducted by the new pastor. iu:i cuoss itUAsHAitns I Orders for 20,000 more mourn- iiiK biussards, the black arm band J with the Kold star to be worn In' lieu of regular mourning by the relative of men lout In the service, CIIRISTM AS 1918. THE. TIMELY GIFT YOUR PHOTOGRAPH have been received at Ked Cross Headquarters from the various divisions, the demand IndicatnK that the idea has met with the approval of the be...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
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