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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 30 April 1917

VOL. 1. NO. 13. THE EVENING CURRENT CARLSBAD. NEW MEXICO, MONDAY, APRIL SO. 1I7. t.'i.00 Year. 0r. Month. M, ( op. BIG OIL STEAMER CAPTAIN AhO PORTION OF ;rew LOST I By Associated Prti. London, April 30. The American oil tank ' t amer Vacruum wax sunk hjr a German submarine on Saturday while on her way to the United st The chb f mate and aeventeen men, Including hrec of the American naval gunners were landed. The boat Con tainin r water of the ship and the re mainder of the crew, together with the lieut. mint and nine nuvul Man ners, ...e missing. By Associated Press. London April HO. The Amrrican oil tank steamer Vacuum, was sunk, .u i i' raptaln and a part of the t .v and a naval lieutenant and nine American nam. gunncrx are miasm.'. I'.y Associated Press. New V i k, April :I0, The Ameri can st smshrp vsreuum. cnmmandeil by Captain S H. Harris and a lieu tensn' ' :t New York March HO for Birkenhead. England, and carried n crew of thirty-four men, of whom fifteen were American c ti...

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. — 30 April 1917

TIIF, EVENING CURRENT, MONDAY. APRIL M, lt!7 f T&EveningCurrert TRICKS IN THE Al AVIATORS' SCHOOL ABlHON KKLL.ER mndSTEWAmr WILLE Wm. H. Mullanc Editor and Manager 3 BUBBCRIITION RATES. J One year in advance $.1.00 , Six monthi in advance 3.00 One month, in ajdeaBoe JO , J Bample copiee 06 tr t - r . Ho that observoth Mm wind hall not low, and fit thut regBrdetB the clouds hall not reap Kccleflaatel 11 i 4. All men know thiit Solomon did not live ill the Pocos valley or perhaps he would have C .urn. . IBM riroverti in different languugc. To il MUMti in anttont times mm was aown broadraat. How could nv mnn have Down aeed broadcast Sunday af ternoon, or where lit the. man IB WBW Mexico that ii guilty "f 'he unthink able folly of watching for elouoi . Be thut a it may, then' are problem for the farmer to BoNe anil the one uppermost thought in the minds of over fifty million men, women and children living on farms and ranches today in the United Stat. is how to make tonirue and buck...

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. — 30 April 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, MONDAY. APRIL 80, H17. LOCAL NEWS i T. V. Polk, of Queen, was in town yesterday. Miss UMtron Campbell wan n week end guest of Mra. Bart Leek. Henry Tipton, one of our practical George Graham In a guest 0f Mr, farmera, from Otia, waa in the city Saturday evening attending the aale and attending to other business matters. and Mm. Bert Rawlinn. Albert Johnson wan In the city Sat urday afternoon on a shouDinr exre- Iditlon. lie reports conditions as bc- iijg satisfactory on Black river. E. L. Terry, the Singer sewing ma- The home boys that arc down from the N. M. M. I. are Granville Hardv. Calvin Ares, Jim Walker, Bill Reed, ud Elmore Jones. . Mrs. Justice Beech and two dren, are ill with measles. chil- llarris Garrett and wife a-e in from Al Rushing and two sons, who fine man at Arte, a, was in our city ixiv.ngion mra. uarreit is witn ssra.1 rrl, mM.t t t ...... l, o msl Naturday looking after liusincus noorge r recicriCK lor a lew wccks. day. matters in his line. ...

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. — 30 April 1917

Titr rvviw rrpwwvr MONDAY, APRIL ilQ. HIT, Announcement WK AM OPFNINC AN UP TO THE MINUTE SERVICE STA H'lN NI SALESROOM FOR IIOlHiE. ITIANKLIN AM) CMMMEItS CARS IN THE SMITH II LOCK FORMALLY "(Ml HI. LINN'S PAINT STORE. Vi. wll! Mm full Ntork of parte, and will ho in every irjr iunllHr! til take MN of the above m i. rcnnnylvania Varuum ( up '1 r . special oil pn hi ..it l anptrd lo Franklin, ( halmrra and Undue will be available lure all 'he time. We int.it- voiir inspection. TO PlAnT lil.i J New York CommiiiQa EiLuui ages Tilling ot Vacant Land. HOW RAILROADS WILL MOVE ARMIES Instructions Sent All Systems by Railway Association. Incorporated. have made plana fo raise a Chinese rcitlnirtit and offer It to the government for service The alliance la made up largely of educated and wealthy Chinese, many of whom nro graduates from American universities, hnd In the leading i ....... ontanltatlon lu New York. A patriotic resolution drawn up by llM president, lco Tuck, was adopted and forw...

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. — 1 May 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT VOL. 1. NO. 14. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO. TUESDAY, MAY 1, 1117. 15.00 Year. 0c. Month, 5c. Cap CENSORSHIP OF WIRES By Asnoclated Press. Washington, May 1 The commit tee of public information has issued an order by the president providing for censorship of cables out of the United Statea. Also censorship of all telephone and telegraph line into Mexico. The navy will have charge of mes sages over the sea and the war de partment of the government will keep tab on the messages going into Mexico. STRIKE TROUBLES IN GERMANY INCREAS E CARLSBAD WINS MURDER OF PRESIDENT AND U-BOAT RAIDS WERE TO BE REPORTED BY SCHEMERS SECOND GAME i GERMAN SAILORS KILL 6ERNAN OFFICERS By Associated Tress. San Francisco, May 1 Higher Russian officers of the Russian Baltic fleet at Nelsinirfor say that Capt. Finlond waa slain during the revolu tion and that Admiral Ncpcning an able naval commander, was killed al though he had gone over to the revo lution all of which la reported by O. S. M. Weat...

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. — 1 May 1917

Evening Current rm. H. Mullanc Editor and Manager SUBSCRIPTION KATKS. One year in advance $5.00 Hlx month in advance 3 00 One month, in advance 00 Sample coplea OS Internal problems are the gravest problem! that the United States has face in thla sad hour. Go to any our large cities and visit the hoe- Ipitals and what an amazing store of food for serious thought you will Rather. Ask those in charge of the Inmates of those institutions and the revelation that you will have will cause you to gasp for breath ns you tremblingly mop the perspiration from your brow. What almut reports of our army officers at the recruiting stations scattered over this heaven blessed land of ours? Those figures appal the strongest heart. We can only judge the future by the past as there is no other way to forecast fu ture history only by what has trans pired in bygone ages IjI see what has history to ay about the Koman empire whirh. in its day, was a far greater world power than we of Ui day. So long hs Ro...

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. — 1 May 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, TUESDAY, MAT L HIT. LOCAL NEWS I.'ttle MiM AIIm Walter report ed very ill today with measles. lira. Lula Bradfuto has been ill for Meek with threatened appendicitis. Mr. and Mrs M. S. Groves left this morning for their home at Santo Pe going by the way of Pecos and El I'lio. They we re in our city for sev eral daya on a delightful visit to their daughter, Mr. Gene Roberto. The usual intoreit waa manifested at the Home Guards meeting at the Armory lait night, the customary Rood will prevailed aa at former meeting! a the different squads vied with each other in carrying out the different commands of the officers in charge. These meetings not only have their effect on the lawless ele ment, but have the happy effect of quieting the fears of the more timid of our city in these stirring times. G. V. Price left this morning on the south bound train for El Paso, on business for the Peoples Mercantile Company. He will be absent from our city for several days. Geo. R. Wil...

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. — 1 May 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, TTlaWDAT. MAY L HIT. Announcement WE AKK or K.N ING AN UP TO TIIK MINUTE SERVICE STA TION AND RALE8ROOM FOR DODGE I'K ANKI.IN AND rHAI.MK.HS (Alts IN TIIK SMITH III (M K FORMALLY rnCimiKD BL LINN'S I'AINT STORE. Wc will carry full stock ef parte, b4 will he in every way qiialilird le take rarr of the above can. Psaaaylvsnis Vacuum Cup Trree, special oila, peculiarly adopted te Franklin, Chalmers and IVsdge will ba available here all Ike UaM. Wt ianl our inipc(ia. Draft Bill Must Pass Again in I). S. Senate Parliamentary Tangle Resulting from Almost Simultaneous Action. Requires that- It Be Repassed; Opportunity for Debate Offered New recruits for Company B yes terday afternoon and today are: Bcatie Wilaon, Henry P. Brock man, Karl R. Roberta, Haywood Turlington, George A. Hmenwc, Robert C.Htm enway, and Daniel Lowenbruck. ap- J. Tom Cooper arrived from a trip to Missouri Int Friday evening hav mr been aent there to accompany R. J. Curli-v" O'Neil. home on accoun...

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. — 2 May 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT OU I. NO. IS. CAM. SHAD, NEW MEXICO. WEDNESDAY, MAY 2. 1917. 15.00 Year. 0e. Month. Sc. Cos. AMERICANS TO FIGHT IN FRANCE SUB WAR IS SERIOUS poldier Boys of United States to Fight Again with rrench Comrades and Cheer Up and Give Moral Support to Millions of Europe's Fighters. By Associated Pre. Washington, May 2. The French lommlasloner have had assurances the America government in rilling to tend troops to France, which one of the urgent recommendation brought to thin country, which Mil take place when the allies be- Bsve they can afford to spare the ry ships for transporting of army and equipment across the .tlantic. The administration has put side the objections of the army gen- rel staff to sending troops to the ttle front until a big force has teen raised and trained which would require four years and has decided For same on account of the moral ef fect the movement of American troops would have in the actual par ticipation in trench battling. A small contin...

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. — 2 May 1917

TH2 EVENING CURRENT. WEDNESDAY, MAT t, ltlT. RE vening Current quire eight montha to train divi- mnn. but by mingling the trained mon Wra. If. Mullan' Kdilor and Manager vwith recruits a division may be ready in three months, rho same authority era! requested that tM. bo riven! HONOR FOR ONE REDHEAD publicity. This moans tS.it in all pro- HirasrKli-TloN RATES. One year in advanro M-M Six months in advance . 3.00 i me month, in advance .fiO tfample copies .05 Wi give you the MM of your 0 inly and town and the war news hut. oft the wire. "The new tn the minute.' The Kvctiing Current nay the success of the Rritish on tho woiitern front wan duo to a British preponderant over (ierman artillery of at least three or four to one. If that be true, then artillery and not men in the one ull important thine; that Kngland needaf or victory. Hi aaya again wo nro not willing to give up ponional freedom for military ex perience Of coume not that ia tho fly in tho ointment with every nation in exist...

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. — 2 May 1917

J LOCAL NEWS 4 1 THE EVENING CUBBENT. WRDNE80AY. MAY 2. 1117. Frd Stieg in the employ of the Snt F at Lake wood, spent the night In our city taking hii departure for home on the 6:30 a. m. train. Harry Qaither la in from Monu mrnt on buiinen arriving lam night. Me may leave for home today. Rill Jonea and wife, alio Mr. and Mrs. Earneat Shafer and little ion, are in town today. Tom Wheat arrived in the city taut night from near Knowlei on a journey to Fanning county, Texaa, to viait his parenta who are ill and need hii pretence) at home. Harrla Garrett left by auto for hit ranch this mroning near Lovington. He expects to return in a few days. "scar Middleton came down with hii Sher, Lee Middleton, from Queen : wan in town yesterday and today. W. B. Miller, from Arteaia, came Hewn laat niirht and is transacting business hare today. THREE Vitagraph BLUE BIBBON FEATUBE Presents Dorothy Kelly In "The Money ii" ALSO EPISODE NUMBEB ONE of "The Secret Kingdom" Peoples Theatre To-Night Lieut...

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 May 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, WEDNESDAY, MAY 1 HIT. Eagle Shirts ARK FKOM THE HOME TO THE WEARER WE BEINO THE ONLY MIDDLEMAN k B a Colors are good, patterns are new and the price is $1.25 up to $6.00 Joyce-Pruit Co. We Want Your Trade. OMMMMMMt tMMttt daaaaaaaeaa BEAR INVADES FARMS. Kill hei nd Plo antf (giph Into wamp. hslh, I iri A lam rliimtmon baar I terrorlilng the Inhabitants of Oosten Htatlou In several Instance to thr iiaot r. w week ilia beer ba mad Ita appearance a farmbouaca. frightening tlie women and chsslnv away tba ineu. Tba weather evidently baa rat off Ha food aufipllaa, and It la klllloaT sheep and pica oa many farma It baa bean boo tad several time, but Ita trail In variably laada to a awaap whkb la practically Impervious tc man. It la oppoaed that tba baar to ons that aa raped from a cirrus about seven year ago near Prince Anna. PURE BRED POULTRY. PRISON IS HOME TO HIM. Naif Bread Wanted ta Oat Thar aa Man aa Palble. Alamo . fa I. Thrra Is no plaea Ifks asms even If It la...

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 May 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT VOL. 1, NO. 14. iEi CARLSBAD. NEW MEXICO. THL tHDAY. MAY , 1117. 13.00 V. sr. 40c. Moat 5f. Cong. COUNTS BIG OM S. War Generals of Europe Expect Great Things to Come from Resourceful American Genius. GERMANY WEAKENS By Aasotiated Praaa. Waahlngton, May 3. While the member of the entente commissions to the United States sharp alarm with tha American officials at the growing inroads of German aubma rinoe on commerce they do not re gard the situation aa In any aenae fatal to tho lucceaa of the war. It only means, in their view, that a period of very great self denial and farther restriction will be brought about, bat they do not credit it In the least as a cause for the opinion among soma that it is certain to lead to sMr ration or loas of the war. Much experimenting has already been done by the British in the way of finding means to adequately com bat th submarines and much more success has been attained along tnai as a. I I l. ...... ......... t,. (ha niiK. line l...

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 May 1917

f THE EVENING CURRENT, THURSDAY, HAY . lMf. T&Evening Current Wm. U. Midline Kditnr and Manner vncRiraoN uatks. One year in sdwinro tr00 Six months in advance 1.00 One month, in advance .fiO Sample copies 4H Then- am many vacant ami partly occupied lots in Carlsbad that should he mode to Is-ar their share of th household eapornoi Heretofore the fenpossriidity f getting water on teany of our eity ma nuule it out of the pjelion to even think of plant ing a garden for hon ie This ilrawlnik has bam eliminated by tha Public Utilities Company offering to provide water for vaffeUbta raiting at a greatly reduced rate I thiltR that wan lucking in the past and ll only made poaeiole now by the gi noi osily of the Utilities Company. The writer ha n patch .f lettuce live feet aquara that haa furnlabad four dollars worth of lettuce an, has much more on band which was only mailt pa hie by using city water, W'nv not take advantage i thia geuoruui iner and help in rac .ng food HutTe l) planting,...

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 May 1917

THE EVKNINO CURRENT. TWITWSOAY. MAY 3. HIT. t LOCAL NEWS J. F. Rarey returned yesterday from Colorado, where he went with cattle. T. H. Maaon, a traveling man from itiicago passed through our city to day for Tcxai pointa. Eleanor Flowera ii UkinK her turn thia week with measles. Dorothy had them flrat and is up now. Uncle Bob Rncc from Malaga wan m our midst today shaking hands with hia many Carlsbad friends. G. O. lloikina, from Amarillo, Tex an, paaaed through our city this morn ing on a viiit to relative! at El Paso. Biamarch Turner, postmaater and merchant from Hobbs, arrived in the city yesterday evening on the plains mall car. He will be in the city a couple of days, makinir necessary purchases. , a A. M. Hove leaves tonight for San ta Fe in response to a wire to attend the called session of the legislature. Mr. Hove, owing to his adapt ibility in the use of the pen, has been employed by the Santa Fe as publicity agent for the section of the road reaching from the Amarillo dis...

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 May 1917

Get It At Cash Store A Family Question The Qost of Living! IT IS A MATTER OK GRAVE CONSIDERATION THESE DAYS TOUR GROCERY BILLS AND YOU OWE IT TO YOURSELF TO WATCH THE DETAILS, FIGURE THE COST AS YOU GO. AND COMPARE YOUR BILLS. COMPARE THE COST Of GROCERIES AT OTHER STORES WITH THOSE BOUGHT HERE, AND LEARN WHERE IT IS MOST ADVAN TAUEOUS FOR YOU TO TRADE. WE SELL FOR CASH. WE HAVE NO LOST OR DEAD ACCOUNTS TO MAKE YOU PAY FOR. WE BUY FOR CASn. ALL THESE SAVINGS WE GIVE YOU IN PRICE REDUCTIONS. PAYING CASH PUTS DOLLARS IN YOUR PURSE. READ OUR PRICE LIST AND SEE WHY! DRY FRUITS OF ALL KINDS AT REASONABLE PRICES. JUST UNLOADING A CAR Off FLOUR. I I (ijr SNOW WHITE, in LB. SACKS. PER 100 LBS. AC AIWOLUTELY THE BEST. AND GUARANTEED BY 1 s)0.99 AND THE MILL. CROWN KLOUR, 48 LB. SA KS, PER 100 POUNDS TEXAS ROSE FLOUR, 24 LB. SACK FOR 100 POUNDS TO CUSTOMER FOR 17 14 POUNDS CORN MEAL FOR tm 70c PALLAS JAMS, REGULAR 50c KIND. SALE PRICE i AA :i FOR w SUGAR, II POUNDS FOR $1.00 HNOWDKIK1 10 POUN...

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 May 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT VOL. 1. NO. IT. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY. MAY 4. Itl7. 15.00 Year. Mr. Mmi. 5c Cm. GERMAN WOULD ANNEX BELGIUM RUSSIANS DISAGREE By AeaoclsUH Press. Ametordam. May 4 A Berlin dis patch MM today that during a din evasion of the Belirian queation in the Raichs'. g the main committee spckes man for the progressive party de clared that the annexation of Bel giom mint be regarded aa an accom pHibed fact and declared that the ex istence of Belgium at a semi-sovereign itate would mean laatinir war Wat a menace to Germany and that the complete restoration now of that country aa a condition of peace would involve great danger. By Aaiotiated Preaa. Britiih Headquarter!, France, May 4. The Germans made a desperate counter attack throughout the entire front against positions won by the British yesterday, but were every where repulsed. By Associated Press. I New York, May 4. Count Tarn owski Von Turnow, the im received Austrian ambassador to America, oe fo reaailing for hi...

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 May 1917

IK&veningCurrent Va. H. Mutlanr Editor and Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One rear in advance " Six months in advance :i.00 One month, in advance .00 Sample copiea . .05 W. M AtkiniKin, of Koiiwell, merr ber of the stele road hoard and Mr. Davison were in town yesterday and gave out tbe information that no wore work would is? done on the atate highway lictween CarlHliad and Lahe Wood or, for that matter, in any other portion of the atate. It seems that the atate road loard to which ia in trusted the general aupcrviaion of all atate road improvement haH decided to postpone work until such time as the atate haa lean tiuitinenit on hand and give the time and talent of the board to national defense aa all good man are needed now to assist in the war with Germany. A better resolu tion could not he conceived an it woul 1 Tie a calamity to the country to be compelled to do without the work of the road hoard. It would he u irreat tilessing, however, and a grand thini; for an army to have a...

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 May 1917

LOCAL NEWS . v ft PPW w p I I i I r W " wwt r - 'rwwvww W. R. Holeman the auctioneer from Artesia, u in town yesterday, a guest of the Betes hotel. The entered apprentice decree was conferred on Tom Runyan by Eddy lodge No. 21, F. and A. M. last night Of the jurisdiction of New Mexico re turned from his viait to tha hnttmi at lovington yesterday evening and Of the . A Mre. r. H. .!wll, of Lovington. who was here a few days attendinr in missionary meet, returned this morning by auto with Mrs. Eaves and Cunningham. Mrs. Martin, near Otis, who was very ill last week from the accumula tion of a quart of puss on the lungs wnicn was urnwn orr bv )r llo.tm.n u.. i ur r.. ..: . . i ... i i . I awv . . tt . i i v L p I ( it r OK UraCS SU hi ' u 'ndy " doln n"e , Episcopal church, left for Santa Fe n " i buvii ' n with. witnessed the eonferW decree by Eddy lodge No nigh'. He will remain in until Monday. SI last our city Felix Cattle Company with S. 8 Ward, manager, shipped thirty cat Of cattl...

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 May 1917

- J THE EVENING CTBMHT. FRIDAY, MAT 4 HIT. 1 ROY4L HHAM I WE SUIT m HOY AMI TBI MOTHER. WITH OUI HOY'S SITTS $5.00 to $10.00 NEW, NEAT AND ARE CORRECT How do you like the looks of this one? Joyce-Pruit Co. WE WANT TOW TRADE ' E. D. m MM C. Wfllholt want to Ixmngton, attending to a total (toil the other day. R J. Toffeimire that big contractor now located at I-onngton wm in thit vicinity in search of gaaolkna pow- NEW MEXICO OUR GREATESTWARSHIP With Simple Ceremonies Giant See Fighttr Wis Launched. IAS TWELVE 14-INCH 6UNS Con Fire Far at ha Human Eya Can 8aa, Altheugh Ona af England'e Vaaoala la Carrying Fifteen Inek Quni-lurm Oil Eacluaively and Equipped With Elactnc Drlva. Wheu I III siiperdrpadnougbt New Moilcii was lailSehad In Ida Saw Tork naiy yard ilia other .lav the dig goat ahlp lu ilia United MaltM nary took ta Ilia watera. There M a mark ad difference Ibla llmt' from pnrtoM laiinchlngs at the mvr yard Tlia list dreadnought launched inert was the Artsona lu June. IBIS, when...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
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