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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 4 September 1917

The Evening Current VOL. 1, So. 120. CARLSBAD. NEW MEXICO. TUESDAY, SKIT. 4. 1917. 15.00 Year. 60c. Month. 5c. Copy. ANOTHER AIR RAID 107 PEOPLEKILLED GRAND 1)1 KK OK RUSSIA is under arrest. I Ry Associated Press. Pctrograd, Sept. 4.- I. By Associated Prcti. London, 8ept. 4. In laet night's raid one hundred and seven persona were killed and eighty six wounded at Chatham, it ii officially announced to day. The statement says: "Lait niirht's air raid was carried out by about six enemy airplanes which pro ceeded up the south bank of the Thames estuary to Chatham. Boml were dropped in the Isle of Thanet and in Sheerness-Chanham area be tween ten-forty and eleven-thirty P. M. There were no army casualties. The civilian disunities reported killed are one and six injured. Our machines went up and anti-aircraft irons came into action but without result. The secretary of the ndmiralty reports that in the course of the air raid the following casualties were caused to naval ratings: Killed one...

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 September 1917

THE E ENING iTRRKM TUESDAY, SEPT. I, 117. GE vening Current 7m. H. Mullanc Editor and Manager Entered at second - clan matter April 10, Ml. at the putt office at Carliiliail, New Mexico, under the Act of March I, 1X70. Published daily Sundays excepted, by the Carlibad Printing Company. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One year in advance 6.00 Six months in advance 3.00 One month in advance 60 Sample copiea 06 Membrr of the Associated Preaa. The Associated Prem it exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all new credited to it or not other wine credited in thiH paper and alsi he local new published herein. All right nf republication of special despatches herein are also reserved time to increase the herd and flocks in the Southwest, tt ii new coun try with roo mfor expantion. And the bunkers say there is money availa ble." A. M. MOVE. St PPI.Y OF FOOD ANIMALS H s greatly DKUAIID SINCE BEGINNING OK WAR. DANCE DOWN THE VALLEY. Mr. and Mrs. William Bindel en tertained with a dancing part...

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 September 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, TUESDAY, SEPT. 4. 117. Watoh for date of the "Benefit' riven for the Red Cross. Mr J. F. McClure came down from Lakewood yetterday with W A. Poire in his car and ii packing and ar ranging furniture to ship to various places. W. M. Canson, of Hope, was a guest of the Palace Monday. J. T. Henderson, of Malaga, is hart today looking after business. Mrs. Jean Kirkendal, of Lakewood, is a guest of the Palace. WANTED 1.000 ties to dry clean at 5c. each. Try our service. RALPH, The Cleaner. 'Phone 243. J. C. Williams, of Clovis, is here looking over the water situution for the Santa Fe. Miss Dona Ferguson, who has been fuile ill since Friday, is well enough to le on duty at the 'phone office. Nat Hyler has some of the largest and finest beets on display at A. G. Shelby's store. Mr. Hyler says the little boy has been looking after them but now Mrs. Hyler is canning them. Ray Hill returned yesterday after noon from a pelasant trip to Dexter and Roswell where he visited h...

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 September 1917

m BYENING CURRENT. TUESDAY, SEPT. 4. 1917. FIFTH JUDICIAL D!S- COURT FOR EDDY COUNTY. Court convened this morning with fvdgt J. T McVlure presiding. HMM r iiniFni.il. , fur hi irrand jury were tiuut all CM hand and after the var ious and divers excuses were heard anil those excused who were entitled to he, the jury waft finally filled and is comtituted an fnllowa: .1 B. Morris. Henry lmen. K. A. Katon. H. F. Christian. W. T. Reed. P. N. Riirler. C. A. Bluhop. W W C.alton. E. W. Waits. Arthur J I. inn. (!. M. James. Ilnwuril I'rater. W A. Steelman. .1 F. Henderson. Harry Creasy. Geo. Roberts. U Q, Ryan. F Q, Snow. K. V. Alhritton. Ronwr Kinu. W. R. Owen. The court then appointed W. R. Owen foreman und Perry Cooper was aworn in a irrand jury bailiff. Fred Montgomery was aworn in aa rourt bailiff. The grand jury retired to commence its deliberations about noon. The court then called the docke' for jury cava and net aeveral lor trial toward the laat of trie month The case of Mra. Ceo ii...

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 September 1917

0 lEe Evening Current VOL. 1, NO. 121. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO. WEDNESDAY. SEIT. 5, 1917. $5.00 Year. 60c. Month, tf. Copy. MEXICAN HORSE THIEVES CAUGHI . "9 TWO CICANS JAILED AFTER A LONG CHASE. One Horse Killed From Under the Mexicans. The Two Rode One Hone Until Thry Took Refuge In a Thicket. Where They Were Cap tured. Monday night a hone disappeared from the hay rack at one of the table! in town with the iiaddle on. and he wan tnrked toward Black riv er. The horse wan owned ly Jno. Everett. The officers went out to Al bert Johnson's on Black river after hearing Albert's horse was also mis ting. Sheriff John Hewitt and Deputy Sheriff tleorge Battnn went out from here In Mr. Hewitt's Studebaker and Albert Johnson and Johnnie Fofa hand were with them when they came upon the Mexicans in Three Mile Canyon. The Mexicans, who were Ysftc Ortiz, and Candelario Chacon wen well mounted and armed, having tiro good Winchesters and they did not hesitate to use them u twenty-five or thirty shota ...

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 September 1917

THE EVENING ( l.'RKKN WEDNK8IIA V. SEPT. 5. 1917. j&EveningCurrent Wm Ht I .as Vegas, N. M., S..,,t 4. W. H. Simpson, general advertising II. MulUM Editor and Manager Rent of the Sunta Ft railroad, who- BOOK, (irr the llcntcn Path, ha ' I m, ,. i iia -. , in.! . hi matter April HI, 1HI7, at Ihc post office III tfsWtad many rail and automob'K Car'... i, i Nvw Mix ii ii, under the Act ton riatn to , .. Mexico this vrar. ar- of March :i, IH79. I'uhliahd daily !rived here Monday and left today for L.'... I . . ... .1.1 I , IV... I '.. .- 1 -I... .1 I - . OUIIUNVH CXI ipM 111 I III VjPI IBUU Printing Company. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One year in advance 5.00 Six months in advance :i.00 One month in advance 60 Sample copiea .. .OS Member of the Associated Preaa. The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the hm for reputiliration of II news credited to it or not other wise credited in this paper and also he local news pulilished herein a week's trip throuirh Taoi, Mora, Col fax and Sa...

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 September 1917

Hit EVENING CURRENT, WEDNESDAY. SEPT. S. UI7. LOCAL NEWS J. H. Meadows, of Roswell, is town today. in J. 0, Ballard, of Roswell, wa here the first of the week. Tom Runyan, of l.akewood. wat Monday looking after buaineia. Tom Cray from the Texas aide of the line, in here today tranaactinir business. Ehc-Distnct Attorney K. K. Scott is hare this week with buiineai pertain ing to the court. Walter Reals and wife are In town from the D ranch today. J. H. Jackion wife and baby alao Bert Smith salesman with .loyee-Pruit company, spent yesterday in town. Mr. Smith was busy with the erand Jury. lawn picnic. Reverend E. J. Barb left this morn ing at eight-thirty for Abilene, lexas. where he will spend the nexi fou years atudying. He wa invited out lor a car nue and aix o'clock Uiunei by Mr. and Mrs. Neell. They brought him i.uck lu me parsonage ahou eitfht hirty and found a hundred or more ladies and gentlemen there to bid MM farewell. Ine children enjoyed games on the lawn and the older fol...

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 September 1917

THR EVENING CURRENT. WEDNESDAY, 8BT ft, 1917. Ray V. Davis Master Photographer PHONE 3S El. PASO GAP ITEMS. Mr Johnny Hewitt, Jr., MM up to the mountain looking for men for Jury service. Born, on the 'Jnd. to Mr. anil Mm. J. A. Kincaid, 11 IM pound i.v The loy a ml motlwi mi' doing well. Mm Mi i mm M Milium has hern up SUGAR INDUSTRY PLACED IN HANDS OF FOOD ADMIN ISTRATION BY REPRESEN TATIVES OF THE REFINERIES i in the hope that they would he per I out trii to convert theee supplies into I distilled spirits after the date aet. The fooil administrator haa received a large numher of inquiries along that line and as a result Mr. Hoover de cided la put an end to any doubt that mav have exiated. The ruling haa , sugar industry was today placed vol nothing to do with spirits iti bond 1 untarily in the hands of the food ad- which will be considered later by ministration by the refinery represen-1 President Wilson and the food admin- tatives who all agreed to import all KIRSGH , tx FLAT ROD...

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 September 1917

0 The Evening Current VOL I. NO. 122. ' Md sit l. NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY. SEPT. , 1917. $5.00 Year. fiOr. Month. It, Copy. APPREHENSION FEARED AS TO FATE OF RUSSIAN FLEET SINCE GERMANS NOW (.FILM AN FLEET SEEN IN GULF OK RIGA. ARE OPERATING UNHINDERED IN BALTIC Hy Associated Press With the appearance of the German fleet In the Lull of Riga the difficul ties of the problem faring the Rus sian in their operations on the nor thern front are accentuated; not only the safety of their concerned fronts are accentuated, but apprehensions re excited as to what will happen to the Russian fleet if the German na val forces are given full swing in the Haltic. Only submarines so far have been operating against the Rus sian right flank H it fell back along the Gulf of Riga coast on a forty Mil front of the break in the Russian bin. I lines, but the llrrmonn are pushinc their advantage and have met no ef fective resistance. Mrs. Genevieve Hlevens will depart tmight for a fang stay with her moth er in...

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 September 1917

THE EfcNNC. ( I'RHKM vn I 'RSI) A Y, SETT. S. H17. FROM DOVOLAi friends. COMPANY B WINS FIRST PLACE IN COMPETITIVE DRILL fitJLveningCurrent Wm. II. Mullane Editor and Manager Mr. and Mm. Tom Pendleton call Entered a. second - cla.. matterthei "rw ev,n ',,und fc thl "' , 0nuS,t"rd'y fte'n". September April 16, IH17, at the poit office at1" thnr August the 13th, Geor-jm ihf third competitive drill in the nrst New Mexico Infantry, was held on University field, Albuquerque an.l for the third time flrat honors wore Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act KMwin I'endleton of March 8, 1ST. Published daily granddad. Sunday excepted, ly the Carlabad Printing I ompany for hii two SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One year in advance ft. 00 Six month in advance 3.00 One month in advance 60 Sample copies 05 Member of the Associated Press. Fred I'endleton, who irot his leg ao "Warded to Company "B", will, a to- MMly hurt in the mine at Blabee, core f 91 per cent, while Com yAriznna, is doing nicely and expects Pa...

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 September 1917

IHK KVENING CURRENT. THURSDAY, SKIT. 6, 1917 LOCAL NEWS Mettrs. CoaU and Dublin from the plaint country are in town today. !. R. Davidkon, of Roiwell and W. 8. Ty. f'im the same locality, are in Carlsbad today. Mi i - Culp and Caither came in from Monument and will be here a few day on butinett. James YVelpton will be one of the new students that will enter the N. M. M. 1. from here. James will go to Roswell Monday. Henry Clark told hia farm in La Huerta yesterday to Mr. J. L. Cam bridge, of Missouri, consideration not known. This makes the third farm he has sold recently. He is living on the Downs farm now and was in town yesterday. J. I). Forehand and son, John, Al bert Johnson, and John Reed and wi are here today from Black river. The men an' here for witnesses in ti e Mexican case and Mr. Reed will Hall and do tonic shopping 100 GOODYEAR AND FIRESTONE TIRES SO i 3 TO 34 x 4 AT WEAVER'S GARAGE Don't forget we know how and ha- the facilities to weld your broken catting;, having re...

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 September 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, THl'RSDAV, SEPT. , 117. rr . : t w asn w aists 1 -3 off We have about 3 Doz. New White Wash Waists that we are offering at 33 1-3 Discount. Styles are good and Sizes range 36 to 44. While They Last Till KK NMl PALI. Modi- LS FIFTH JUDICiA JOYCE-PRUIT CO. " Wl WANT YOUR TRADE' I TRICT CCURT FOR EDDYCOUNTY. Court waa buay Thursday forenoon on the Hujac v.h. llarroun eaac, thi evidence being all in. Thll being the day aet for the Beats vs. Arm ce, on account of other bus- iicss thi' court postponed the hearing ilintil the 21it. The case of John Lowenbruck vn. R. H. .ludkina wan net for trial Sept 2Hth. The Kujac cane will be argued this afternoon. The grand jury made U first re port returning ten true hill ai fol low: Rat DM Valdoz, selling liquor with out license. A. Pnebx, Jr., aame. II, D. Rowls, larceny of goats. Robert Trowbridge, forgery. Second count: Forgery and uttering forged instruments. lcandio tonne., larceny of neat cat Ule. 'Cyetano Vasiuer., larceny...

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 September 1917

The Evening Current OI.. 1, NO. 123. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY, SEPT. 7. 1917. 13.00 Year. T0r. Month. It, Copt. AMERICAN KILLED; ANDRVEWOUNDED FIGURES SHOW THAT GER MAN SUBS CANNOT WIN WAR W. W. PURPOSE II AS BEEN ALL ALONG To HAMPER (GOVERNMENT IN CONDUCT Of war AGAINST GERMANY By Associated Press. Ixmdon, Sept. 7. - The German yes terday made an aerial attack upon the American hospital occupier1 hy St. Louis and Harvard contingents sit uated in a coast village, killing one of ficer of the American nrmy corps and wounding three other. P.euteri ror reapondent at British headquarter. : telegraphs thai two other of the rank and (tie were killed and nix teen wounded. Of the number wound"d five were Ameriran. JONES' 111 I I FAVORABLY REPORTED IN CONGRESS. By Associated Pre. Washington, Sept. 7.- The public land rommittee today favorably re ported the Jone' hill authorizing tin secretary of the Interior to designate an weaiern land tor glaring purpose. Hy Associated Pre. Washington, ...

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 September 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. FRIDAY. SEPT. 7. 1I7 fCJLveningCurrent Wm. B. Mullanr Editor and Manager Entered as second - clan matter April In, 11117, at the post office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act of March 8, 1879. I'uhliiihed daily Sundays excepted. by the Carlibad Printing Company. SUBSCRIPTION KATES. One year in advance 5.00 Six months in advanre 3.0i One month in advance 80 Sample copies 05 Member of the Associated Press. The Asan luted Press it exclusively entitled to the u.i for republication f all news credited to i' or not other wise credited in thin pap.r and also he locul news published herein. All rights of republication of special despatches bnroin are alaa reserved. Mow omMANI I K atkkm.k Pnirograd, Sept. t (Corroapon denro of the Associated Press. I - The Qtrnn toldier who li fond of frntor nixing is mon often spy, according to a diary found on a raptured Teu ton sergeunt, says a Pctrugrud Gazcta correspondent at the front. Only those Ccri'ian soldiers iinuli fU'd ...

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 September 1917

HE EVENING CURRRNT. JTHIDAi. SEPT. 7. Itl7. LOCAL NEWS Deputy Sheriff Dolph Shattuck will leave thin afternoon for home, hav ing been here thin week attending court. The friend of Burr Wataon will be tf lad to know he will attend college at Mesilla Hark. Texaa, this year, that he haa a Rood job and ha aaved hi money to go to rhool, which opena the 2flth of Heptembar. 1 Clarence ilutrhin wan very ill ye terday with threatened! appendictti Their little MB hu been quite tick. Mr mid Mi. C. C. I-ewis are do ting some changing at their residence. Jmaking one large, airy room of the I living and dining room. Thi will be very convenient for the boy when I they are Imth home. 100 GOODYEAR AND FIRESTONE TIRES .10 1 TO .14 x 4 AT WEAVER'S GARAGE Don't forget we know how and have Hi, facilitie i weld your broken calling, having recent! installed an up-to-date aretilene plant that weld all rlaaaea of iron J. I''. Karey i buying und ahipping alxtcen or more car of cattle from the TX ranch. K. F....

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 September 1917

THR EVENING CURRENT. FRIDAY. SEPT. 7. 1917. The Variety of New Fall Millinery Shown Here is Sure to Please Every Taste BECAUSE of our extreme ci re in studying fashions and making selections of millinery that would best accompany them, women are regarding our collection as supreme for style and a mm m m - variety. we doubt if any PRETTY hat has been over looked. And there are so many shapes and so many exclusive trimming features that it is hard to think of you not finding a shape best suit ed to your face. HERE ARK THE DRAPED CROWN EFFECTS. SAIL ORS, tams AND the IQUALLY MURING SMALL, NO UK I M SHAI'ES. Velveta are .., My promim-nt. In word. the Knowing is well worth an immediate tint to the store in prove to yourself the su:elority or variety, Btjrla and price. THE NEW MILLINERY IS MARKED FROM $3.50 UP T. e. Home M Carlsbad's Best Store M stork KIM TO MAI, Sal. Million Mut He I'art of Every Purchase Made at Thin Store. We insist OK it. We want nu article to go nut Of the itON that...

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 September 1917

The Evening Current VOL. I, NO. 124. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO. SATURDAY, MPT, 8, 1917. I.VOO Year. tiOc. Month, 5r. t r-py. MORE POWDER HOUSES BLOWN UP ITALIANS LOOSE SIX THOU SAND PRISONERS AND ALL OK GROUND OAINRD. TREACHERY OF THE THREE KILLED AND TWENTY THREE INJURED IN EXPLO SION; ERA NK FORT ARSENAL. MILITARY CRITICS CONSIDER OPERATIONS ON KH. A FRONT ! Ity Assoc. atcd Press. London, Sept. 8.--In the licrmada aeetor norlkwktl of Trieste the Aus trians yesterday recaptured the ground guincd by the Italians, it is announced according to an undated official statement from the Austrian war office received here. The state ment also says the Italians can no longer boast of having (rained a yard of ground, the Austrians having also GERMANS SHOWN IN ARGENTINE Hy Associated Press. Philadelphia, Sept. 8.--Three work men are known to be dead and twenty-three are injured on account of an explosion in the Frankfort arsenal. The workmen say it was purely gccl dental, there being nothing to indi...

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 September 1917

THE EVENING I RRENI SATURDAY. SEPT. S. 117. l?w AnSttCV fIlflAfli '"' ,,ro'i'n wire, sputtering, I IlMlL V cninVyUI I CIll ,,p,rLln(f an, marking, had Riven the Wm. H. Mullane Editor and Manager occupants, "one among whom the . .,,. writer was which," u genuine thrill, i Bote red a second - class matter , ., " .... I April Hi. 11117, at the poat offlcs at Practically the entire troop, including i ail, I New Mexico, under the Act Major Davis, Captain Hardin and ml March 8, l7!. rubllshed daily Sundays excepted, ly the Carlsbad Printing Company. HUBSCRIITION rates. One year in advance Ml Six months in advance 8.00 One month in advance 60 Sample copies OB Lieutenant CoOl ,vere aboard You may In- sure that all ha. ids unloaded with Hon rapidity and ag:lity than Trace Thi cause of I h- accident was the trolley on the car nhead slipped off and cut the wire. Vc took our thi'-! and final typhoid inocculation yesterday, also those whose vaccination did not "take'' the first time were subject...

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 September 1917

tUb EVENING CURRENT, SATURDAY, SEPT. i. ItlT. LOCAL NEWS H A. NVMKKKR STHIICk RY AUTO. The Indies of the Red Cross will do their work all of next week at he Woman'! Cluh room. They will meet at the Mart house an usual after no- t 1 1 . . M - t ncr nas wmm given or me cnange. town. jt- yesterday afternoon as H. A. Nymcyer wax crossing the street in lont .if tiie Peoples grocery store the Will Purdy car struck him. The car fcruised his left wrist and shoulder, tut no bones were broken. Mrs. Pur-' dy anil Edward were In the back seat of the car Htid Klirjilieth. the olden-. Aud I-usk came in from the ranch daughter, with some other girls, were yesterday and may spend Sunday in'on the front seat and Bliiabeth w-s driving. She saw Mr. Nymeyer and rounded the horn, and he might not' have been hit but a colored mon.' IT WILL PAY TO HAVE YOUR Ford Cylinders Rebored WE On THE WORK ANO OUR TIRE STOCK (.UAItANTEE SATISFACTION IS COMPLETE Mr. and Mrs. Hubert and children, of Dayton, ure here to...

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 September 1917

Till KV KMX: CURRENT. SATI'RDAY. SEPT. H. 1917. OUR MEN DONT i LIKE TO "DIG IN" . naf Troops In France Can t Enttiiii Over Molelike Tactics. PROBLEM FOR THE OFFICERS Paifon For Digging In U So Strong With Oirmani That They Have Boor Known De.p.rately to Claw Holoa Ir C'ound With Hand Until Cnda o finger. Waro Practically Worn Off One of tbe K l ea I eat pmtileuia A hum i ; ran officera 1ST I lie fore them la tin ' preaalng upon their nien the ali.olute Importance of lurulng tbe heat wava of keeping under corcr. Tba Amert can anldler la not a uaturml "dlggn in. Ill- ia ninch (Ike lila Canadian brother Mi a nun 111 nun . i. for It la au old aa.t lug cm tin- Hiltl.b ffOBI lliat OBSaIMkM will dls In llbaj laat llltl'll. Illlt IK-VI I dig It it la IN ABaerlcan aBtftt, aa it mi that of I lu ansdlBBS. to atauil Hp n ml tlgj.l. Inn i In- world war im- Imn alncc iaani'4t-biit h!ukc anil now In 1 1 - loug wear iiiul WSfTf of a atruggle of attrt tluo tin- Ik-hi comuiuuder It tbe one wlio I i c...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
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