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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 21 November 1918

foOOOOOOdOOOOCOOGOOOOOOOOOO, (ALWAYS A COMRADE ' READY TO HELP OUT ioooooooooooooaoooooooooooo rifirirrifirirryiiri tr v v v v r in r- vir '-.V 1 . i .7 r V 5, i L T.nrlf nf Hi-ma In not nurh a axon! hardship to this aoldler In Walter Itce-I hospital, Washington, for there l ! ways a comrade fifar hoe wound do tiot disqualify Uia from performing friendly WtW Bon these men till Ur AWflC'l fttb ot HmoMf (Cntilliiiieil from Second 1'iiKiv) For County 'oiiiniiNHionvr Third IHtrlrt: For I'loliate .linlie: I Vr C mill) I i J( ; I'm Sheriff: For ' : l'i- l'i :i -in i i-i : I'm Sii 'i t'i: ii.lc,i! iti I'nlilic Fill Sl'eVOI' siM l .ST TICM-T. For I 'inli SI.it ':' i, to, : w. i' Mi 'ic u.c of Alli'iipo nue, N. M. Km- I;i''ickiiI.iIIi tn ''oiihichh: waltli: ii. mllon of Allomin tin, N. M Fr !oernor: ALLAN II. MOlLTON itl" Mori. Hun, . M. For Lit utriiaiit CoNcrnor: Ai:(ii sTi uci:i;o of Nolan, N. M. I'm Seci ctar nl' Stnte: S I'AIJKS of Las Criiri'H, N. M. For S'ate Auditor: LA It KIN' L. OA...

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. — 22 November 1918

Lveranifig Current. i CAIU.SMAD. NEW Ml IX ICO. ilUDAV, NOV. 22, I DIM. .VtM Year, OOc. .Month, V. tJopj 4 YOL. 2, NO. 1W4 SWEEPERS MINEIENTENTE TROOPS ALL OF KAISER'S PRESIDENT WILL ARE INTERNED Uy Associated Press. .. Iitnilon, Nov. 22. Tweiit)-'.cii mine weeping CN4d pa4il nut of German mnoIoii Monday, mc cording to n Central New dWath from Amsterdam... They arrive I In Dutch water from Itelgliim and wri Interned. Ill Hi jp nM i! MARCHING ON KIEV FAMILY 11 ivn til fly Assorlntcd .. Ilawel, Nov. arc marching to advice to rtlaml. Men the Ikranttn I'lCSS. 22. llntentc troop on Kiev, iwronling newspaper In MmIIx under hkonMirihkl, dictator, have. iir j rendered nitil General Dcnlklns, leader of the ant l-lbdhev !kl force, hai Imtii name I hi successor with consent of the entente nation, It I wild. Uy Associated Press. London, Nov. 22. The greatest panic on Ilerlin Hours In three years occurred Thursday when It wan reported by extremists several German coast town ururped the local aut...

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. — 22 November 1918

awi TIM.KH;iVIMJ IIUMiltAM AT mviMi. The pupil of tho IovIdk school will pruMi nt a Thanksgiving pro gram at tin ch ii i r h on Wednes day fvciiliit; nf H o'clock, Nov. 27. Admission I i if, hut u nil vr offerlnK will he Liken lor the Junior lied ! f MM (!roMH woik. I'mitrum: I'luiio hid, Mihd Anna Mao Don- America. Iy the audience. Tho First Tliai)U"Kllt)K, Alice Wesley. TliaiikfKh llii; Sinn, the pupils. Columbus. Mamie Hardy. Th Courtship or Miles StandlHh, Menth and LIkMIi (i radon. Cant. Miles Sttmdlith, Leonard llenne k r. JoMn Aldon. Clyde Donaldson. 1'rlsrllla. Kllzahoth Ilaxter. Tho L'ldcr, Kdlson Craft. Hahomak, Julius Maxtor. Wattnwiimat, Donald Hoho. MonKPnKor, Lurinn Fletcher. Coum-llmon, Indiana and the wedding part. Ail I. Miles Standish, Love and Friend til p. Heeno 2: The Proposal. Scene 3: Tho Ile.ily. Hong, ThanksKlvIni; Day, the 1'UpilH. Art II. Miles Standish. Sroiic 1; The Challenge. Scene 2: Tho Sailing of the May Flower. Srone 3: The Mnrrh of Miles HtandlRh. ...

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. — 22 November 1918

IIUDAY, NOV. 22, 101. LOCAL NEWS Dr. Dearduff, of Lovlngton, who haa been engaged In woik anionic ttie boya at Camp Cody, Dimlng. left Wednesday morning on the re turn trip to the ramp, after spend ing several days In Iovingtou. Walk"Over Shoe Sunday school und preaching aer vice at (Jrace Episcopal churcli next .Sunday morning ul the usual hour. to 1 Toil SALE. Two choice Rhode Island Hed cockerels. Inquire of Mrs. Win. II. Mullane. Phone 2 5 'J. Mrs. Matt Ohnenuis underwent a aerloua. emergency operation at Sister hospital yesterday morning and la getting along very well ut thla time. FOH SALE.-- Pair of roller skates; nw, Inquire of Miss Haw thorne at Crawford hotel. Mrs. C. N. Jonos nnd son. Dal las, left this week for l't. Paik. where Mr. Jones Is at present gathering his cattle. He M whip ping his stuff, or at least i pari of It, to Kansas City and needing more help, wired the folks and they left accordingly on the first train. Will Ward Is spending n couple of daya In town th...

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. — 22 November 1918

Charter No. S4 Reserve District No. 11 i:kiokt of THIS CONDITION of One irdO U 1 ' PW I WW 1 I ON GEORGETTE, SATIN AND THEY ARE OF CUEPE-DE-CHENi; TAFPETTA, MESS A LINE, SILK COMBINATIONS. ALL NEW, GOOD LOOKING GAR MENTS AND RANGE IN PRICE PROM $15.00 TO $55.00 LESS 1-3 MAKES A SAVING OF FROM $5.00 TO $18.00 ON EACH GARMENT. Suits Our entire line of LADIES SUITS go at One third off making a substantial saving on them. They are all new and splendid values. m illinery AT SACRIFICE PRICES AND EVERY HAT A SPECIAL VALUE. NO APPROVAL AND LIMITED ALTER- ATIONS. oyce Pruit Co 'We Want Vour Trade." iu:i nus ii:i:ii;. Wednesday iitlcinoou 1 1 1 . - k, Lddy count) eiiap.ci, Amer ican I ; l Cio .w, ini ltd 1 1 m labors for tin- pant year. Tin' meeting Man at tin A n. no) and was In hi a inoiitli I d' i than oiiKlnally in tended, tlir liist date hiving been abandoned un account ot lti i l i -demo . The l nits of I lit CHluill.tteeH wcio (kU t-u nv the heds, ami were listen, d l will) t. talked 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. — 23 November 1918

Lveffliiiff Cranrent line VOIj. 2, NO. IRf) CAULSIlAD, NKV MEXICO, HATl'llDAY, NOV. 2.'!, 1018. H.YOO Yenr. iio,. Month. (V. Cp BELGIUM KING EN TERS CAPITAL -GIVEN OVATION By Associated Press. llrussels, Nov. 23. King Albert entered llrussels this morning nt 10:30. Accompanied by (Jueen Elizabeth, Princess Lelpold and Charles und Princess M.irle Johc. The roynl pnrty were received with nn ovation nnd flowem were thrown In the path of the king as the procession made Its way nlpng tho bouTrvnrds. The king nnd two of his sons wcro on horseback. SOUTHERN GER- ! CHAOTIC POLITI- UNITS NOT NEEDED MANY REVOLTING1 ML CONDITIONS I IN EUROPE TO BE Ily Associated Treim. Copenhagen, Nor. 23. Resis tance In southern Germany, espec ially In Ilavarla, to proletariat die tntion from Ttcrlln la rapidly grow ing nnd It will likely result In till South Germany bMnr estnb llnhed ns a new nnd Independent government, nccordlng to the Her llngske Tldendca' Ilcrlln correspou dents. Mrs. Minnie Martin and li...

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. — 23 November 1918

rl) 1 O Bird of Joy r .Air kj voa, we maim lnee The passing of theQ For opened eyes, for hy To follow Freedom's We thanK Thee wo In neutral safety iWU. Willi To savGPiis ; fronts the 6uf for Mie roKenypieepj elfgnjplt(AreaW edrtroa&edUhtit ldap Awhile r j i i We thtfnKTHeetfr FrorK WaA&Atk We thank Tefor hali march',-eye; w in an vla Yri We thanK Thee for aaiin mat we TheN the shal In largercomradeship, and greet with The day when warsNsijall cease! But, 'til that day, O God, maKe-stout QuicKen its femetigrant wisdom And taKe our earth's highways run iewtK)fought) and died io refrain mileabtsave farewell! s.xwho. noti in v .h tough hfell! ope-K Loral yet rebuild) am. howibrig?-- lour peacb song toil a r neart. control, That we- r i i s iiiriiiri r w I r l w , i r i v u l ft ft ,j r ft ft ft. - frgvesaved our soul! Our Nation's Greatness Founded on Fatherhood of Man and Brotherhood of God. ITU the k row tit of the nation there linn been correspond ing growth In rrKpiilllllty....

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 23 November 1918

C.Utl.SIlM), MCW MKXI(X, KATCUD.tY, NOV. ttllH. OFFICIAL VOTE FOR EDDY COUNTY IN ELECTION NOV. 5, 191 8 ) CHRISTMAS 1918 Most things can be anybody's gift your portrait is dis tinctively, exclusive ly yours. MAKH THAT Ari'OINTMENT TO-DAT RAY V. D71VIS Phone 33 LOCAL NEWS Miss Dora Howell, one of the teachers In the school at Loving ton, was an overnight visitor to Carlsbad last eight, stopping at the Crawford and continuing on hei Journey this morning. Mint How ell's home la In ROswell. W. II. Harroun is up from the big Harroun farm in the lower valley today attending to bualuesss. i Mrs. L. C. Leftwlch Is slopping at the Crawford while Mr. Lcft-i wich Is absent in the tnountalus1 on a deer hunt. Word comes to friends of Mr. and Mrs. It. KJ. Leattunuau. who formerly resided on the UK rand.. 47 miles southwest of town, of the birth or a son, to gladden thei. I home. The local editor of the J Current Joins a host of other: friends In Carlsbad in sending bst wishes for the llitie one u...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 23 November 1918

rfTIOYl I LWOIM rfTtt.lATIOlit lie had a new nature, lie rnme fact fare with God, and fare to fare Lesson fur ni:v. r. n. kjtwatkh. n. n., Trnhr of I'rwVvh IMI In tl Moodr I n 1 1 1 u t of t'MmKo ) Nwpnpcr CoryrtKM, vm. vfrn t "nlitn l LESSON FOR NOVEMBER 24 JACOB AND C5AU RECONCILED. l.r.pmx Ti:xT-nrnrtii via it. noMi;N TKXT-A soft nnnwrr turnMh iwiv wruth - t'rovirtm lft:1. IiKVOTIMNAI. ItKMilNU-I'salms 4. ADDITIONAL MATKUIAIs-Ooneftlii 32: I u :r. From Ilcthcl, Jacob went to Padnn prnm to 1. 1 m MierV people. Here he Served l'lmn fir twenty yearn four lorn years for his wives nnd sis your for rertn'n wnifi'. In hi dealing j with I.id.nn he fin'!' Ms match two! frhemer get together -"diamond cuts, Plarnond." I. Jacob Departs for Canaan (31 pi-2i. Tho time had como for Jacob to fo bock to Ms kindred In the land of 'annnn. The Lord Instructed him so to do . 1.1). Though going forward tn.dcr the direction of Ood. his Jacob-; finture caused Mm to take clandestine enve of I.ahnn. When ...

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. — 25 November 1918

C veiom Eiireit, VOt,. 2, NO. 100. CAItl.SMAI), M'.W MIOAICO, MONDAY, NOV, 2 11118 .YOO Ycni. ti(c. Mi.olli. .V. ipr GEN. PERSHir4G Gf?iERNs:ENT AND WILSON WILL RE FOR NEXT PRES- I PEOPLE REACH GEPE A CHEAT RE IDENT OF U, S. AGREETENT CEPTION - LONDON Py AMnrlnted Pre"-. Colnmbii", Ohio, Nov. 2. -A campaign for the election of tJcn ornl John J. PcrhlK. commander-in-chief of th American expedl lionnry forces in France, for presi dent of the Fulled States In 1!2t. wnn today launched In Ohio by the Incorporation of the "Pcihhlni: lle pulillran l.f.'iis'iu". Former Fnlted States Senator Charier. Hick ami 14 other prominent republican were Dponoorn for the movement. Senator IHck'n name bends the lint of 15 men who nknod the nitlclcs of Incorporation, which were Issued ly th Hcrretary of Mate of Ohio. fly AfHorlntfi! Prcn". Putin, Nov. 2.r. The ronfi rn - to be held noon for the iicii".'on j of preliminaries of peace will p oh-1 nldy bo held In 1 'n i lt lnct ai of nt VaralllfK. nwlnir to...

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. — 25 November 1918

UU PRISONERS ARE , Ih McthodlM Kplwnpnl rhiirrh nt fcell , erxburjr ly pry. hn young wife, Mr. IrVU itfril anrrt ri I J"!"'" Hlnton. titklnjf li, hi KUii VlLL CARED FOR u'n ,ho "r,Kht ,",n,, of f,,i"fcip": held out by the pastor, Ilev. Mer- rltt .Marliltin, mul tho member of the church. Million wnn stationed nt Port P.en Janilit Harrison. Indianapolis, mul made n profex-doii f,iil!i f ft y. M. '. A. religions inretlnir. wrote 1o tin- home minister he dcvlrt i to Join the (Imii-i'Ii. hut pri'un of war lllltle (11(1 t!Mi ;, in, It him doing so In person before ho was. ordered l)ut. ' American Red Cross Doing Splendid Work in Sending Food to Prison Camps. A 'In I ,1.1 Wlv. mothers lllld loved (tin ' t l i i pluivl . .,,!;ces confined III tonu.ili I'll ii amps need have liu fiar tl ii I.H.VH will MiiVer n. hi ,irk Of lood. Willi chaiactcl ltlc 1 1 m-wire. "TO LICK THE HUfjS I.i..-1. f Im-HiesH l!,i leliev method.! the Aio.-ii.,,,, ii,.,! TiosH I, us piTlerte.il Boya Summary of Reason Wh...

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. — 25 November 1918

I aui-nhah, m:w Mi:xim, Monday, nov. sm, hum LOCAL NEWS j1. Conlp.Ti, a relative o( Mrs. II M. Illtclirork, fioin Madison, Wis consin, Is a recent arrival In Cailshari. Mr. Conlim experts to apcnd tln winter In Cm 11. ad. W. A. I.oan and wife of Well, Mopped lit 111 I'lil.WO dm Inn a Inicf Mtny In town lins hotel Hob MeCulley, gas on.sl.ie pti t was In town Satin .l.iy Ihhh tlu San Simon rniicli. riANO IIMMi. I'artlcs ilcull ItiK t' have their piano twin! r ropalnd will phase notify mi a aoon as possible that I mav nrrniiKP a date for them. Call mo Mt the Crawford hotel. tr r. m. ii:nton. Mrs. Clarence Ib'11, who him rliiin... of tin Junior- R'd Cmsi, umii in tin. school.. Is very busy I getting the HHh folk rcidt for a bazaar, to bo about Christ- nom time. The ololdn'n are about out i.r in:it rial ami Mrs. It' ll Xiti H1- K S any person who may have hp ran of ribbon or lace iir untitling that will lo for fancy worl:. a hall of crochet thread, or eten part of hull, hp r ii pa of woo...

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. — 25 November 1918

fofiQ 5omc) Absorber Q nofence dray Young men, nwliiclnu their nrnis to ltd tho I'll to yell toRethcr, looked In onrprlno that thoro wn no repon. Asndn they tried, but could not hear till tUMI'IVCM. Kwryono wn tvotiuVrlrs' what svns tie mailer. Plainly tho nilfrM had I n lu nrd In the flrt place, but !;! wn no rcwiono. No one had BH B3 V::. W V . 'J . J il ill i , i i-. a - .it LJj ri' ' it1' ' 'i vnnl Viilc tout hull t ill'l'- V I!-1 I'll Ml I M " i m limn, iiml it li-tin-ii'-iiiiiitin i f H i SnIIMil Absorber wu ( -, .i .! in , mi. linn. William tiimike, li'illliiiiiill'i1, w Im i elind t he i i i ; H yniilli, nit rl. iillhi Mlt.i:v wlili Mi.. Inventor :ind it I'H rt y f friend. It mtiim Hint Dm Jli'h. (inukcx IukI recently In mi forced, tl roiili ii .iiH -ileal l.il.i- mi liltiiHi ir, ti nine lliltlixted III llil wound nl Unrltrr liinl In reiillzo Hint It hud n va riety of podhiPtle. fur Mm friend. l'iiiii, tin Inventor, IukI 1m I ii lii unit for Mm mio ilny by tin- ddo of n t i ...

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. — 26 November 1918

Hie C mm VOIa 2, NO. 101. caklsiiah, m:w mlxico, ti i:si.y, nov. so, ioih. M.00 Vear. Hoc. Month, V. i, YANKS BEING SENT; ENETY STOCK EX- !C PIIAMnCCCATC ItiC NUMBERS SEIZED Hy Associated Press. American Headquarters In France Nov. 26. The Seventy-sixth divt slon of the American army which had been reduced ly replacements and drafts 1o sixty officers nni one thousand nwn, arrived nt St. Nazalr and aro embarking for home. The Twenty-seventh divi sion will probably embark for their return to the I'nlted Stated In a few da a. Washington. Nov. 26. Offlclula here today said the steamers Min nedkaha Lnpland and Orta, which were bringing home V.nno Aincrl ran soldiers, probably will arrive In New Yoik December 2nd. In planning the withdrawal of American troops from Fngland as soon as possible, American army officers have decided that only the units which will remain are a few medical service and their staffs at rest rampN. When the Mnuretanla nailed today she took between five, and six tho...

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. — 26 November 1918

llUflS DESECRATE FRENCH CMUnCIIES Unbelievable Vandalism Commit ted in Chatcau-Thicrry. DESPERATE I1LED OF FATS flemovs Every Candle and Even the 'B1U of Partially Curntd Candles From Churches Before Evacuation Whenever They Could Not Carry Vestments Away They Fouled Them In an Unspeakable Manner. iMntster, tvns grentl) -Mnln Mrcet, Cimttiinooga, when hi fnlted tn remove his hat whllo n mln fdrel band wns vnnt( playing "Thi Fdnr-Spanglod Hanner." A tenlnuspn trlt knocked off tho minister's hnt, nnd ns It wum promptly readjusted mi. other h.vdander Htit the hendgonr v hlrllng to tho sldewnlk it km In. After l.Is iirrcd tln (-torgvmnn declared hi 1 ntrlotNm, on ylnir his net whs on of (iircl.'iic'i, Imt tn 1 being held for f lamination. I'riMif that (iormnny I more despot ntfly In need of fuiM lliiin '-r heforu wiim gaihcrcd In Chutcuu-Thlorry when tin? f'ruih cure In elnirne of St. t'le- iii'H church In tlmt o,uaint lit 1 1 o city r turned to tho ruins of hi parish u few diiyn ngo. '...

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. — 26 November 1918

CAIil.MlD, NIT MF.XICO, Tli;HI).V. NOV. 9TI. 10IK. LOCAL NEWS Professor Donley and Mra. I). F. Stilards, of the Grammar school teaching force, are both taking up Ihclr work In the schools again af ter A fclcga with the InUut-iua. All the teachers In the dlllcrenl achooi reported for work Monday morning and all are buckling down In ear uest In an cudoator to complete the work uf thu school year. Jose Soa came In from Kansas City Sunday uight and will m nd the remainder of the week here on ft business mlsslou. 1). C. lUwilns, Minllug he could make connection by remaining here over Sunday, did io, and left for New York Sunday night. He has yet to undergo one. physical exumiuatlon and If he passea In that will sail overseas Immediately to take up work In the recreational and nodal department of the V. M. (J. A. abroad. Success to him. a DijHTitrtTivr. run:. The Tanslll Power House east of the river, burned to tho ground Saturday night, about six o'clock. The hie was caused by the 'ex pl...

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. — 26 November 1918

xs FOREGO LEfiV c rra!y to hm turned' upon fhavt when th Americans captnrsl the village. He brought back a prlxed treasure, a watch that win purchased In Tool by the men nf. the tmttory and pre sented to Mm with a puree that con tained $100. TO JOIN FIGHT Yank Soldiers Anxious to Be In $H0T in pour PLACES Thick ct It. CASUALTY ISSTS DELAVLl) Our Boys Are Witling to Give Up WelbEsmed Rett and Go Into Ac lion With Relief Units, Sometimes French or Dritith Troop Wounded Men Josh nnd Laugh in Cpite of the Pain They Cuffcr. A pr Mrm In c.mplnff n crura to ciiHimlly Unix wltlmrt delay, n problem thHt probably ha not occurred to the American people, was revealed by CcorKe V. Tllu of Misluiwiikn, Ind., (Mi hli return from nix mouths' aerv ice with the Y. M. 0. A. lu Frame, frequently, be Mild. American anldlcrrt are killed In union or wounded ac crcly many days uficr they with MippoNed o have left the front for o leave resort. Just bow thin mlnlit happen, be explained as fnlliws: "Our boya ...

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. — 27 November 1918

Lvemimg Cirremi We VOL. 2, NO. 102. c.utrsnu), nkw mkxico. vi:i).m:siiv, nov. 27, iimm. GERMANS STILL HUNS SURRENDER ASKING FAVORS ALL THEIR SUBS 1 mai.aga m;s. Mullen, N. M.. Nov. 23, inl. 'lilt School llilll Kill ClIISH V. ill give n' prouram ml bazaar on Th a nitwit Inn evening, Nov. I'M. Wallace Thorn..- has liit'il htm- Ily Asnoclated Press. Hy Associated Press. London, Nov. 27.--German For eign Minister Solr hun asked the allien again Tor tt mitigation or the arniintice condltona and han re quested permission to delay the delivery of railroad rnlllnK ntock under the term of tin- agreement hutueen the Germans and allies until February 1st. on difficulties fa lined by Harwich. Nov. 27.- The Germans have nnrrendered all their subina linen to the allien. bringing the total to 114. ieir to the rainpiiH fin and neveral and 20 year C:nl ti;. Mult school tin- school j ear. Ho othcis id the IS. ID old class, of tin- aimv Ily Associated Press. New York. Nov. 27. A to lino machine gunn b...

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. — 27 November 1918

FOE CUTS FLYER'S , PARACHUTE ROPE Wounded American Tells c Cruelty 4,000 Feet Abovo Battlefield. HOW A SOLDIER FEELS HI FIGHT Alabama Sergeant Gives Graphic Description of the Hell of War. BIG MIUS6MN6 HUN BRUTE GRINS AT Hi!. Biu dAlTLE AS HE SAW IT Inferno of Ncltc, Confusion and Death ttarrage and Gas "Gotf With the Grimint but Arrrl cans With French. AnuMoii. Ah. I lt-re Is the dcsci'lp 1IH of ii i .;it 1 ! ;m it Imjn - .m H h' If Up. ill 1 hi" mind of Scrt. laiwrttlii Jlnpkiiis of nvi.,1,1: I.. olT! "h mihIx a thrill throuiMi you n Joii Inn r ;liclr cry and rise uji urnl find )nutclf In ii crowd (if iim n ; pmM Jnc n moment In tijjn niir pipe, nr rik'nri Itcs ihhI Hi' arc hurt) ln' for ward w iili mi -h itinr v(t.,. in (Mir Il.i. i.j III Illl-Ct till- fill'. ll It Wile Hot fn" these other TM-I lunvlnt! iil.-n;; h.-nvily laden to Lit) pace with (In- hnrrnm' otic lultlit will Hand in niiiim in. nt nt a w I lili-ri:vr. Hid'h lily In i .mil' crowded wl;h swn I'U humanity, hruvcly at...

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. — 27 November 1918

UAiiLHiiAi), Niivr mkxioo, wi:nxi:siAi, Nov. 27, 1018. LOCAL NEWS J. W. Woolsey, representing the Ilnswell Steam Laundry, I In town today looking for a man to act as agent for that business in Cat la-bad. "Jack" Shannon and I). C. Coateai left Tuesday for the ranch of the latter In the extreme sontheaste rn part of the county. They expect! 10 locate a place for drilling n well. Mr. Shannon being an expert In tli iit line of work. LOST.One 35x4 1-2 Inch non skid (loodyear cord (using on u Sludebakcr rig. Finder please leave at Ohncmus Shops and re ceive 'reward. At a meeting of the stewards of the MethodlHt church, held In. the office of Mayor 1. (). Oranthaiu Monday u resolution of condolence with Mr. and Mm. (ilvan and boh, Wan unanimously punned. Arrange; tuenta were made for' laymen's meetings each Sunday for the next three weeks, t Itev. Glvan la still In the hospital, but Is Improving at this time. It In a matter of thankfulness that the Hon, George, who U a student In the mili...

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