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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 11 December 1918

MONUMENTS I ItKI'IIICHKNT TIIH IIOMWKM MONIJMKNT Ct. AS!) VAX VVH NIHH ANY KIN'll OF MO.NU KKNTfl I)i:sllti:i AT TUN I-OW- r.trr nticK which aiuj ouail ANTCKIl HV THAT COMPANY. G. H. WHITEAD YANKEE DRIVE DEATH BLOW TO 1 Victory of Arrjonne Smashed Whole Line in West. USE 750,000 COMBAT TROOPS High Command Calls Upon Centra! Pershing to Take Argonne 8ector, the Moat DlfTtcult and Most ! tlfleally Defn0sd an Who I a Front Oarmana Finally Forctd to Admit Oafaat Whan Amarlcan Arm) Breaks Through. Oat of tb confusion and dute of thl crowding military events on the west trn battle linn aim- lata In Septem ber, when Latt) followed battle until, from Flanders to Verdun, there wns ceaseless action, It I now permisMlnlt to out Hue, to a certain extent, the pari played by the American arm lea In tb Anal decisive buttle of tha war, which ended with the signing of the a not a lice. Military reasons heretofore bnve pre vented accentuating the accomplish' ment or the Americana, except in a most ge...

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. — 12 December 1918

EDvemiiag G Horrentc, VOL. 2, NO. 202. rAiusiiAi), new Mexico, tih-iisdav, dec 12, hum. 13.00 Year, noc. Month, ac. u ENGLAND'S ATTI TUDE TOWARD FREEDOM OF THE SEAS HAS BEEN DECIDED Dy Associated Frees. London, De. 12. The British government has decided upon the Attitude it will adopt at the peace conference regarding the freedom of the aeaa, according to the Dally Express today, which aays official circles In London are completely aatlafied with the American naraJ program at set forth by Secretary of the Nary Panlela. The Drltlah government la willing to concede to the United States the freest or all free hand a In naval development and welcomes the Idea of extension of American aeapower aa one of the beat guarantee of the peace of entire world and real freedom of the aeaa. ,o ti: ( in ns- mi:i;ii;. I'rof. W. A. I'oore liehl a long distance communication with the! State Superintendent Thursday I litght t Lit i v c tu tin holding of the state teachers' nu t lint, which w.i to have 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. — 12 December 1918

r ON HOOSIER KITCHEN CABINETS. THE WAR IS OV ER BUT THE FACTORIES SAY THE PRICES MUST ADVANCE. WE HAVE ON HAND A LIMITED NUMBER BOUGHT AT THE OLD PRICE. WE ARE OFFERING FOR CHRISTMAS SPECIAL $2.50 DISCOUNT ON ALL CABINETS. PRICES RANGE FROM $32.50 to $50.00. 1.00 DOWN-$1.00. A WEEK. SALE STARTS SATURDAY DEC. 14th ENDS SATURDAY DEC. 21st. DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING EARLY. urdy's Furniture Store Horace lliitrlu'rfon VV. It. Owi'tt Itev. divan Rev. l.owiy C. M. Itlrhaidrt O. I. Mercer Mth. I.. N. i:rin (1.. K. I). O. tirantham W. A. Moon- (YMCA) John O QiilnonvH Jim Jones W. II IVmri- Sun Jonen J. I). Mollis O K. Ingram At water Mfn. l.nlii Sl..innon II. h. christian Fntnrlit (!. Tracy .1. W. Tulk & Son . I., Perry Mm, W. I. Itslph Earnest sif tr J. W. Irby lr. It. J. Iloitt nmn C. M. Williams (I,. K. C.) M. C. Stewart J. (. Lucas Jim Jlaker C. D. Rick man (L. K. C.) Itomola Comes s O. A. Ileckett J. It. Holt I. 1-eftwlrh Holly Ilenson E. T. Carter W. A. Craig (L. K. C.) Julian Kml...

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. — 12 December 1918

CAIllIMI, NHW MFXIOO, TIU'IISDAY, DHC. lit, IPIH. LOCAL NEWS . Mr. H. F. Christian and daught er, Mlns Lela, returned lust night from a trip to Pecos. ICtifH Modern from tli moun tains no in e seventy-five in 1 1 on south weil or town, cam In fiom there yesterday and after load In up with sundry and various things of a seasonable nature, left ou- the i e turn trip this mornliiK. The Home and School Assocl atlon will meet tomorrow after noon at 3 o'clock in the study hall at the llUh School. This is the meeting set for No win her 2lth, but the Inclement weather pre vented. A social hour Is promised with ref rrshmenta to he served by the domestic Science class. Lvryone will bo made welcome. Llut. Italph Griffith has taken a position with the Itohert-lcar-' borne people and will be In town for a while at leat,. and It is hoped may locate here permanent- small pot. The family has been quarantined the house flagged and every thing possible done to prev ent the spread of the disease, and ...

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. — 12 December 1918

Satur- n u nav. ft bj Dec,14 WE ' WILL OFFER .FOR SALE AND SELL TO THE HIGHEST KIDDER ON THE WILL ED CARTER FARM 1 MILE SOUTH OF OTIS AND ACROSS THE ROAD WEST OF THE WEBSTER PLACE, THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROPERTY: One large Mare and Colt 6 mos. old, donated to Red Cross by A. J. Muzzy. One fine gaited Blue Saddle Pony, donated to Red Cross by Mrs. S. A. Watkins. One Large Brown Gelding, work sin gle or double, donated to Red Cross by John Lowenbruck. ONE OVERLAND CAR. One Registered Jersey Heifer Calf, 6 mos. old, donated by Mrs. C C. Lewis. And many other articles donated to Red Cross. RED CROSS SALE to start at 10:30 A. M., Sharp, and close at noon. Don't miss this opportunity to help a great cause. THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY BELONGING TO WILL ED CARTER WILL BE SOLD AFTER LUNCH: Hay Rack. LIVE STOCK One Black Mare, 6 years old, weight about 1450 pounds. One Black Mare, 8 years old, weight about 1450 pounds. One Brown Mare, 5 years old, weight about 1400 pounds. v, One Grey Mare, 5 ye...

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. — 13 December 1918

. A. VOL. 2, NO. 20:i. CARLfinAD, NEW MFJUCO, I IUDAV, DDC. 1.1, 10IM. ,YIM Yfiir, (10c. Month. 6c. Oofr JULY 10, 1914 GERMANS SAID WORLD-WAR SOON WOULD BEGIN By Associated Press. Washington, Dec. 13. The Ger man government on July 10, 1014, informed 13 tiGerman civilian em ployes at a Herlln conference that a world-war would noon start, Capt. O. n. Lester, army Intelligence ser vlce, testified today before the sen ate rommlttee Investigating German propaganda and brewers. v(m)imi:n of tiii: would ulk.ct offickhs and Hy Associated Presa. Washington, Dec. 1 3.--TnUimony that F.dward Lyell Fox, a writer, was sent to Germany In 1 ! 1 5 by the (ierman embassy to write Ger man propaganda wliirh was it Im trlbuted by ttie Hearst Internation al News Service, was presented to day to the senate committer In vestigating brewers and enemy propaganda. The testimony was presented by Capt. (J. II. Lester, of the army Intelligence service. Dy Associated Press, Washington, Dec. 13, A bill ti author...

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. — 13 December 1918

i a Li tB"SSa(j, ""Wj. ""W""''! 00. SPEC AT THE OPLES Mlmm IT E COMPANY FOR SATURDAY Dec. 14th A DISCOUNT OF 33 1-3 PER CENT ON ALL CO RS ETS Ladies Special Price on all eady - to Wear and Millinery The submarine f.Vu'irt up again, re rtinlncd on the water fr n moment nd then went dwi again, backward. 'Hint wan the Inst Bern of her. Two ilny Inter the bodle of the two sail or Mown overboard were picked up mi i!d' Im ihIi. Corroboration of this story was glen l.y n P.rlthh ollleor on one of the destroyer on luty In the North M'll. lie said: '.The Ynnkn are doing fine work around here. They seem to he tlrelcs iiinl full of enthusiasm. I snw them Make mi attack on n submarine one liionilnir nml I urn mire, it tunny oth er ore, that they mink the submarine. They rtnlnly killed two of the sea Uien. heeuuNe the bodle were washed ashore. "When the submarine first went down miller the nttnrk of the alrplnno fiie left a trull of oil that covered a trad; of two nml n half mile Ions It l (lie ...

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. — 13 December 1918

caiiIjKimi), mcw mcxioo, i itimv, nw, i.i, hum. LOCAL NEWS There will be morulng womhip next day at tne ' l m i) UTiau church, beginning ut .'lo.i ucik, and too bciinuu wnl ueai vrilu 'Too HiH ot Wood Ciicei. ' 1 lie only lliecllUg blMUl Will 1)0 abbaui Mchool Ut It'll u elocK, Tittup Two of the Mount will Jiioet lihia) evening ut aeeii ' llovk 111 tile 1'lfno) lei illll CU.Ipl I. hcverul lutcicst ait op rcquiuiK attention, niui ll.i- r.ill lu lur ili full meeting Captlau Molfuuil wan in town Wedntsduy coming down fiotit Hos- Well. The CUptalll. Is (llnllMt oigauu- cr of the Culled Stales Labor Hoard and hi vlt.it hud to do with t,h local blanch ol ti nt oiganUa tlon. The y Monnt I ot the board connlsU of V. 1'. McLcnatli n Ccorgv lW-ckett, und T. II. Wil liam; MesJumf Maiy K. .Miller and Lninia H. Moore. The caplulo tell u that the local board must maktf a txirvey or tin- country to learu how muny returned soldier can bo mploycd on furm utid ranches, or in incti..nUle or Man ufactu...

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. — 13 December 1918

1 We r rt "' -i -.-v p "i r f ' i3 I "fui BY THIS WE MEAN WHETHER YOU BUY YOUR OWN GJFr OR FOR SOME ONE ELSE. IN OUR Ready-to-Wear Section .Many Splendid Bargains await those who have awaited them, we having sacrificed our profit in order to he sure that the department will be cleaned up generally. THIS APPLIES TO DRESSES, COATS. SUITS, ETC. CHOICE OF ANY TRIMMED HAT $3.50 Trias, Is here visiting her iko hvllcr. are sorry to retort that th Iimh returned . our neigh borhood. Mrs. Colli.... huu c li na if ii mUo Nlr. Bteelj,.....! uu cuild le.i are sick with i. mi. itlley and ao , Tat, spent settial uaya la CarUi.aU lai week. Mr. and Mr. Kd Casa and two childreu, ut Lakewood, vlsiied at the J. It. Mean home Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. and .dm. 1). Uilcy are spend ing the wetk In town vUlllug rel allien. All. U. L. Smith and wire were Koswcll visitors Tuesday. l..Ki:V(M)l MKWI.H The pa k I tiK of the two oer our little city I.imI wua viewed with Intense they betriK the flist ones our pe...

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. — 14 December 1918

ISie Evening Cfflirrent VOI . 2, NO. 20 1. CAItlItAl), NKW MHXIOO, MTl!tl.Y, 1K II, 10IH. a.YOO Yrnr. h Mi m ttf. n. t 4 - i h:'4 i - iiV i . i ' 1 ; f i f.f; Clty . 1, ,rnih roiK f'4 will- PRESIDENT AR RIVES IN PARIS fly Assocltcfci7resa. Paris, IH'C. il-PreHldent arriv ed at Paris 10:16 thin inrnnlnK and waa met at IJola De lloulogne sta tion by President Polnealre, Mad ame Polncare, Premier Clemencenu. Andre Tardleu. French high mm mixtion to t'nltvd States and others Ther drove to residence of Prince Mnrat with President Polnrnre, fol lowed by Mm. Wilson, Mis Mar garet Wilson. Madame Polnrare and the President. Madame Potn care nave dinner at Palace De F.ly see, honoring President Wilson nnd Mra. Wilson. KeplylnK to Pres Ident Polncnre address President Wilson nald: "From the flrnt. the people of the 1'nlled State turn ed toward something more than winning the war; turned toward establishing eternal principle of right and J not Ice which must he won In a way to Injure the future...

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. — 14 December 1918

TheEveningCurrent S. L. Terry, Editor 'and Mr. Entered as second class matter April 1C, 1917. at the post office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act of March .3. 1879. I'ubllahed dally, Sundays excepted, by ths Carlsbad Printing Co. Member of The Associated Press. The AshucialiMl Piess la exclusive ly entitled to the use for republica tion of all news dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited it this paper and also the local aewa i. wr isst i: or i.itii.i: daily Today we print the lant Issue f ih little daily iind the Current will le dtHiied once a we k In the flit it 14 Irihtead of a daily and weekly. It Is with iivrct und ufter mnrh consideration of all pha-is of the lUtnatlon that we deride to take this action for we know there are many who appre ciate and are pioud of the p.ip er. notwlthstandinr It wiy nec coss.uily small. This fn"t l pio en l.y the constantly u'wini' 'sub scription list, their brine more Mihxri liters flt present than at any time since It beran Ix...

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. — 14 December 1918

I. c.iirn.n, NKW MK.KIOO, UTUtn.tv, in:a n, huh. LOCAL NEWS ' 1TV" 1.1 '4 '-I t t .......-... '. laal H" i.,nari"n itiijiiiKtmn-i , i r. Aht for the home of hl.t mother fif Arkansas, where he will :en J nrinilllilBt II l! uuurimiran in" it His return ne win nate tun jld position In the office of Joyce rult. J. P. Joyce has been ffrom town since the first CVweek, attending to business upper valley. absent ir tho In the Prof. P. M. Hatfield In In town today from his home at Malacca. . Ite.npori.lluc to the liberal offer jn.-T ii. I', iloatman. president ef I City. Cemetery Association, to . . U I i. t. 1 I I f .. . . M p irmii iumi ruilliiKn ill-'' iu mmj will plant and ucie for thorn number of citizen visited the etnetery and plant tr ' iwca on I 'heir lota. However, about a hun lied plnnta remain tn the rare of Mr. Cox. Any person them net out may phone City Cemetery. .hi. .via, rc.uol at p. m. liil leu Hpaiku, 1 'mm lor. HACK t. 1)1 IV. l.i toe casualty Hat,, recently pubi.ttheii, ...

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. — 14 December 1918

ptrxons CNirosM immTiom . 1 Lesson Uy HKV. I'. II. KITZWATKIU I. TV, Trrhr of Enir11r- HlbU In the Moody IllbU Irntltute of Chlrajro.) (Copyright, 1311. Wftirn Nwpapr Union ) LESSON FOR DECEMBER 15 JOSEPH FORGIVES HIS BftETH REN. LESSON TKXT-OnU 48:1-18. ooliikn TKXT-lf ye foratra mn their treppmur. your hnvnly father will tlfto forth you. Mtthw 4:14. DEVOTIONAL. riKAIINO-anMii 44: I M. ADDITIONAL M ATETUAlAGneslB 43i 1-44; Krh-ln 4 II. 1 I. Joseph Dlscloseo We Identity to Hit Brethren (vv. 1-3). He treated bis brethren harshly at lrt, his purpose being to ascertain aa to bet her they were the name cniel, heartless men as before, and to trodure penitence la their heart. They , ccnly felt their guilt and heartily re-1 pen ted of tbelr folly. Judah'e pathetic . . . I k ! a.xAAn li rail. ? peas, causing him to disclose his Iden tity. Helng unable to restrain hi pent up emotions he ordera every one from pis presence. Thla art on the pnrt of Joseph troubled them: It ought to have, rrnde ...

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