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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 9 October 1917

TEe Evening Current I. NO. 14K. CARUSBAD, NEW MEXICO. TUESDAY, OCT. . 1117. $5.00 Year. 60c. Moath. 5c. COpw NO GAME TODAY VERY CO DRAIN Hjr Aaeoeiated Proa. New York, Oct. 9. Hie third game of the world' aerie which waa to be played here today, hai barn postponed oa account of rain. PROSPECT FOR TODAY'S GAME GJ.OOMY CHICAGO LEADS TWO TO FIVE IN BETTING. By Aaaociated Praaa. New York, Oct. 9. A light, drizzl iar rain waa falling at 8 A. M. today making the weather proaiecta uncer tain for the third game between New York and Chicago. The air waa old a ad wind waa blowing from the north east. The police and Polo ground guards aaid all night the crowd waa sreller than ha waited up for a world seriee frame ia yeara. At midnight eary a hundred men and boya stretch ad along the fence. Rain fell early last night then ceased but before four n'riock this morning it started again taking the playing field heavy. By near o'clock, deapite the dampnnaa, Uaea atretched up and dowa the street and a...

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 October 1917

THK EVENING CURRENT. OCT. IM7 fiveningCurrent Wm. H. Mullane Editor and Manager Entered as second - clan matter April Hi, 11M7, at the post orlice at Oarlshad, New Mexico, under the Act of March I, U79, Published daily Sundays excepted, by the Carlsbad Printing Company, UMCMMION RATES. One year in advance 5.00 Six months in advance MO One month in advance CO B triple copies OB Member of the Asstaiatrd Press. The Associated 'r ll exclusively n'lll.d to the use for republication of ill HOWl credited to it or not other wis,' credited in thin pant r mid also he local news publlahed herein, ll rights of republication of special patches heroin are also reserved. man of your slan . r.. Any man able to read is aware of the fact that there is large porcontago of Catholics in the armies of tieimany, Austria and Bulgaria, and thBt opposed to them are the urinies ,,f I ranee, Belgium, Italy and (irat llriuiin, with a (treat percentage of Catholics. In fact, regi ment from certain sections are e...

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 October 1917

t THK EVENING CUREIWCT, , ', OCT 117. LOCAL NEWS Henry and Carol Hamilton from the foot hill of tlic (luadalcpc mnuntainii were In town yesterday 1). K. Adams, of Odessa, Texas, W. I. Hurkholdcr and son. Walter, of llarstow, Texas, pusai'd through Car lsbad ycaUrday cnroutc to Hope to feast thi'ir eyes on the land of apples and honry. BIBTIDAY MWHtl Hilly, the oldest son of Mr. and Mr.-. John H. Zimmerman, wan agrce ably surprised Friday afternoon when he rrturni'd from school and found the rooms lovely with masses of autumn flowers, n l ir birthday cake with eight candles waiting for him anil about '20 boys and girls gathered around to help i surprise him and blow out the canities. I My! Hilly was happy and such a ROM time they Km playing games and eating cake served with fruit I pun. h. He received many ni anil has hardly gotten over th sun' of the surprise. AN OLD PIONFFR NNM AWAY gifts plea- Clayton Miller left Saturday with Mr. Martin, who is drifting his cattle toward tne Weei...

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. — 9 October 1917

f r rmm mnra cxmamn, ttjsbdat. oar. , im. AUTUM, HOPE.APPLES SHORT STORY ABOUT PRIDE OF PENASCO on a recent visit to H6M) we haw term- to Iho conclusion it ia a wonder ful country. It may well be called tail land of apples, after w enter the irrigated bolt we nod lo?ely homes, u. 1. 1.- nf applua, acrea after acrua, and the old tamiiiar linea rome to our memory: The gulden rd in yellow, the corn ia turning brown, The tree in apple orchard with fruit is bending down, lan't it wonderful. Talk of Indian ummer, just aelet a erfoct day and motor tu Hope, one will want to stay, ere you find milea and milea of ap plea orharda. applea on the ground and on the trees, all kind and aizee, tind thee piled up at hog pena, applea that many children would enjoy be fore the winter ia over, but they have them and they are cheaper there than oom, yet they have corn, lovely com, and lielda after fields of headed kaffir ucras of alfalfa, and big barna piled to the lop with baled hay; juat linger at the...

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. — 10 October 1917

THe Evening Current VOL. 1, NO. 150. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO. WEDNESDAY. (XT. 10, 1917. I.V00 V. nr. HOc. Month, St. Capy. THE BIG JALL GAME THE WORLD'S SEIUEH. New York WinH 2 to n. FORCES OK ALLIES MAKE ANOTHER t KSSKUL AT TACK AND ADV ANCE LINES. KUKTHER EXPOSURES OK RERNS'IOKFF ACTIVITIES. Klash.- -Final, Hiicag i no MM, five hit ivml three errors; .-lew York two runn, eight hits and two erroni. The third game of the world series was played at the Polo grounds in New York City today. The game commenced it one p. m. Eastern time, and cloned at 2:H0 p. m. The batteries were Cirotte and Schalk, for Chicago, und Hcnton anil Rariden for New York. The first three innings resulted in goose egg for both teams, hut New York got two runs in the fourth while the fifth waa another shut-out all a round and the sixth, seventh, eighth and first half of the ninth resulted in shut-outs when the -rame was de clared won by the Giants 2 to 0,. The attendance was the largest ever known, being ovct STi....

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. — 10 October 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. WEDN F.SIM T, OCT. 16V mi. 1U MAKK IRRIGATION IMS I KK I ftoEveninsCurrent , ..., Opportunity lo Borrow on Project Wm. H. Mull.ne Editor Mid Msusger , awU f lliKinct Followed. .No Art ol I ongn as is Necessary. Eaiered as second - cisss mstter April 1. IU1T, at the pot office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act f March .1, 1HT9. Published dally An impromptu meeting of a few of tht' stock holders of the Pecos Water Suadae esteepted, by the Cartload ser'i Aaaociation was hurriedly got loan, without aay (Mm act enngresa, an would otherwise be nee essary. In these- war timaa L ju. ti. vi It to seisu-e action by Cengm and irngnuan district give, a short cot The ether advantage., havwever, in the view of the visitor, aside from the rural uredite propotitioav make the district desirable. i Window Glass PHsttag Company SUBSCRIPTION RATES. 9mt year in advance 0.00 Sis manths in advance . '00 Ha month in advance) 40 Sswsple copies 06 Mesa her oi the taanri.led Pre... T...

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. — 10 October 1917

TtIR RVRMNO OVBRBTl WEDNESDAY. OCT. 10. 1017 J LOCAL NEWS r rank Joyce is reported n the sick list today, bat we hop to see him t the otic tomorrow. Mr. Allison came down on the mail car from Quean today and will be here a few day looking after business. V. H. Luak ia here today and think ing of leaving for the plaina with hia aon, Dolph Lusk, wife and the grand aon, Virgil. Jack Lucas, who waa drafted from Lincoln county, reported on the third at Fort Riley, Kanaas. Hia brother, Fred, it here, coming yeaterday. The L T. L'a. will give their can tata at (His Saturday evening. Oct. I 13. All the children in the cantata and all owners of cara, who will uae them to help oonvey children to Olia, will please meet at the christian church In time to leave together by 6:30 Saturday evening. GOES AS ARMY SURCEON. Dave McCollsum, who has !een tied up with the jury for the past few weeks, bade Carlsbad adieu Monday afternoon, and headed his Ford for Queen. Rev. A. C. Bell and family took din n...

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. — 10 October 1917

TH ETCHING CUM1XT. WRDNE8DAY, OCT. 19, 1917. Smgfl KZaaaVafltHAS kVHsHflMaH ggaakajaptaaiMBleMl (MeseeS'Bt SnW gs Th Spirit of Franc The grtat war hat produced no greater maiterpleea than thla photograph. The three peasant woman returning to thalr homa within tha tarrltory evacuated by tha Germane, and finding tha baaata of burden gone, have et about to drag the harrow ovor thalr barren flalda and aow tha grain that will Keep thalr man alive at tha front "HATS OFF!" IS RULE Supreme Court Laye Down Law to Woman Lawyer. Hlpranr Court Justice (luff of Mm York haa decided that woman lawyer hould remove their hat In address ing i hi- court. "Are you a member of the barT" Jus tlre Onff Inquired when llary M Lilly aroae to addreaa him "Tea, your honor." "Thea you ahould rtnove your La I Dke all other lawyer." "Off H cam." ASIA MINOR CONDITIONS REPORTED DESPERATE Bread Winners Killed or Deport- ed, People of Country Now Are Destitute. , In advices to the American Com mittee for American and...

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. — 11 October 1917

. rn TSe Evening Current VOL 1. NO. Mil. CARLSBAD. NEW MEXICO. THURSDAY. (MX II. I'M 7 13.00 Year. 60r. Month. St. Copji. NEW YORK WINS TODAY'S GAME SCORE 5 TOO THK NATIONAL GAME. NKW SYSTEM OK FRONT LINE DEFENSES PROVES TRAP FOR 0 IBM AN SOLDI KRS. New York plyd good ball today. The batteries for todah were Schupp and Rairden for New York and Faber and Schalk for Chicago. Score, 5 to 0 in lavor of New York. Following in the more by Innings: Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 (I 0 0 00. N. York 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 2 x 6. Flash. Final it-ore : Chicago, no runs, seven hita, no error; New York five runs, ten hiU, one error. By Assu.'iated Press. With the French Army in Flanders, Oat. 10.--The new system of front line defenses which were organized net of ahell poles, proved a veritable trap in the battle just ended. The German troops who occupied the eiaters with out other shelter, when they found during the fighting that their officers were not with them deserted as eoon as the French appeared. The German of...

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. — 11 October 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT THURSDAY. OCT. II. IMT. &EveningCurren? .-..... oig ihinii. i nut woum ne e bit of a revelation fur any home-atay- Wm. H. Mullanr Editor and Manager ' " w . ' .if not of until 'in. ha depended to a Entered at tecum! claaa matter law extent on efficient road control April lti, 11)17, at the poat office at i at rertaln stages of thla war. No man ..... I w i u : . . -J ... a . I . ... Carlsbad, Now Mexico, under the Act f March I, 1H7!. Published daily Sundays excepted, ly the Carlsbad Printing Company. wbo haa once seen the thing at work will ever forget It. The moat famona example, of course, la the road from Har le Due to Verdun; lb Vole Ha rree, of whlrh the pollu will tell you, with a gleam lo hla eye, that It la tha road "that aaved France." Thera waa no railway there la the early daya of the Roche onalaught upon Verdun, and what the Vole, Marree had to carry Id the apiing of 1910 waa an endless rhaln of heavy traffic, day and night, with never a break, au...

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. — 11 October 1917

TIC EVENING CBRRatrtT. THURSDAY, OCT. 11. 117. LOCAL NEWS Mr. Knell, the cotton buyer, U leav ing for east Texas this morning. Raymond Livingston who ii a fix ture In the valley and quite a cattle man, was in from the ranch yesterday greeting his friends. E. B. Hartshorn of Farwell, Texas, came yesterday and is keeping Miss Mabel, his daughter, company. Miss Corena Henderson of Malaga, a cousin of Miss Roberta Henderson who is ill the at the Eddy County Hospital is sumo better today. Reverend Pratt, who has been ill at the Eddy County Hospital, was dis missed this morning and was on the treets to the delight of his num erous friends and former pupils. Mrs. Ben Dickson came up from Red Blue bringing the children, Mae Wright is quite ill with something Ilka blood poison, her fever hits been very high and they expect to be here for a few days for her I cncAt. RRIDGE CLUB. HOME SCHOOL ASSOCIATION. The president of the Home and The Hi rtnh hU Ma Am moot. 'School association. Mrs. J. K Jo...

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. — 11 October 1917

TU AV MM CVttYKT, THVMDAT, OCT. 11, 117. Many Weapent Used In Modem Warfare Oate Back Thou sands ol Years. Many of the weapons nwl In mod ern warfare and generally considered thin generation aa the reault of the modern scientific age, are oot only Dot th products of contemporary genlua, bat actually date back I some caaaa tare thousand years. Among (ho multitude of antiquated reri.ais the asphyxiating bomb stands an a goo.' cimnple. I hi- missile has been aaed by the armies and navies f ancient empire. I'rohnhly Ionic be far Oaeaar'n time, hut certainly con temporary with him. It wax put to good Me by the tlreeks, the Knmana. the Oarthaglnlans ; and tha aavy of Cleo patra of Kgypt uiied the weapon In neveral battle. It probably baring keen Introduced by Antony. According to existing recorda, tha priority of Invention Ilea with tha Chi aae. Instead of deadly rbemlrala It centnloed uiiiierlHln thnt emitted a nauseous iHlnr. accouipaaled by Mining moke, loiter this device was known in ...

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 October 1917

0 TEe Evening Current VOL. I, NO. l.2. CARLSBAD. NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY. OCT. 12. IMT. $5.00 Yrar. Mr. Month, Sr. Cepy. i ENGLISH GAINING IN NEW OFFENSIVE l.a Pnllette Invited to Appear Before Scnste Investigation ( ommltti t By Associated Press WMhingtoni Oct. 12. Senator La Kollctte wan invited Inilay liy thi senate investigation committee to ap pear next Tuenria) before the commit tee fur a hearing regarding the asser tions he made in his St. Paul address (.k.n. had; MAKING another DRIVE AGAINST ENEMY NORTHEAST OK YPRKS. BRITISH TROOPS HAVE AL READY OA1NBD SEVERAL HI NDRED VARUS IN ATTACK By Associated Press. London, Oct. 12.- An oflirial report from General II ig n heailcuartera, j who ia in command of the British forces which are now carrying on many offensives in rapid succession nesr Yprea, reads: "We attacked at ,r:2r thin morning on - front of lis MtlM northeast of Ypres. (Jul troop are reported to be making satisfactory progress, a) though ruin fell heavily during the night." ...

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 October 1917

THK EVENING CURRENT. FRIDAY. OCT. 12. II7. IteEveningCurrent Wm. H. M T a.. Editor and Manager Entered an second - clan matter April Itt, 1 1 1 7, at the post office at Carlsbad. New Mexico, under the Act f March I, 1879. I'ublished daily Sundays excepted, by the Carlabad Printing; Company. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. fne year in advance 6.00 Six month in advance 3 00 One month in advance 60 .Sample copiei 05 Member of the Associated I'reaa. "Hie Associated Pdks ,., exclusively ntitled to the use for republication of II news credited to it or not other w.ie credited in this paper and also be locsl news published herein. All rights of republication of spatial iMpatcnM herein are also reserved. rebellion in RILL. hundreds and thousands of others has riven without even having the name of credit on the books of the fcd Cross ami Liberty Loan for one cent hundreds of dollars worth of it pro duct und until the public becomes edu cated expects to give, but we feel that we would ba treated more fai...

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 October 1917

THE EVENING WRRKNT. FRIDAY. OCT. It. IV7 LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mr. S. Roach and family, who bought the Crandall farm with their son-in-law, Mr. and Mri. Alex ander and two children, moved into then new home tk week. They are torn Texan point and no douat v 'II Im pleased with the Pecos valley. Tim children entered irhuul at Otii yesterday. Mrs. Jack Home spent a few days with her mother this week, going down and leaving the two little girl, Evelyn and Jessie, with their grand parents, Mr. and Mr. T. K. Kxell. Mrs. Home is having some dental work done. R. M. THORNS ELECT Ell GRAND MASTER OK THE A. F. AND A. M. ORDKH FOR STATE OF N. M. At the (.rand Ixnlge meet of the Ma- jaons and Eastern Star at n Crucei this mi, H. M. Thome was elected Grand Master for the state. Others that went from here were Messrs. Poore, Hunsick, Craig and Pratt. Messrs. Thorne and A. N. I'ratt went by train and the other gentlemen went by auto They write they are hav ing a grand time and arc exported home tomorr...

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 October 1917

t Tin: FVKWING CURRENT. y RIDAY, OCT. It, HIT. ' r5 BRADLEY SWEATERS Are the standard by which value is reckoned and there are none better WE HAVE A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT 8j CHURCH NEWS ' FOR MEN All C olor. . . $2.50to$8.50 reta.!!!Li.$1.75 S5 FO."?c?.MEN2.50o10.00 roK22L 2.00 $5 A very large assortment of MACKINAW COATS $5.00 to $15.00 JOYCE -PRUIT CO. Subjeoth Ht the Christian church, Sunday, October 1.1th: Morning- j'Thriat CnwMM". Night -Chart er mona concluded Bible school 10 a. In. Junior :ltO p. m. Wvening 7:10 iP m. D. P. SELLARDS. Pastor ST. EDWARD'S CHURCH. Holy Maaa at 7 and 10 a. m. Sun day with English sermon nt both services. Holy Maaa every week day at 8:lf a. m. " WK WANT YOUR TRADE ' IERVICES AT THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH. At the Presbyterian hurch next Sunday the morning sermon will pro aent "Pilate Before Christ", and the evening sermon will treat "The Cavil of Abraham." At their meeting Snturday night Prof. Brinton will apeak to the Scout. The intereat the week followin...

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 October 1917

The Evening Current VOI-. 1. NO. IRS. CARLSBAD. NEW MEXICO. SATURDAY. (MX 1.1. I9li $3.00 Year. liOr. Month, .".r. lopy LARGE AMOUNT OF GRAIN LOST BELIEVED WORK OF BOMBERS I.ARliE AMOI'NT K GRAIN LOST II Y HUK IN NEW YORK. NEW NATIONAL PLAG TO HE UNPURLRD soun ON FIR ING LINE IN PRANCE. By Associated Prats. Prtn h Pronl In France, Oct. 18. A new national Hag in shortly to be mi folded on the French front thm of Poland. Beneath rta foMi will nut all Polish volunteers from all parts of the world including thousands from the United Stairs. All BtttonoHMHM Polish army la already iii courec of rcorguni .a t inn on Flench soil and Us tanks havr bean opened to polish cit izens who have wands' roil ..'.road In laareh of fraedorn from uppreeelon, .All classes will be represented LIBERTY BOND LOAN NOW PRO CEICAGO WINS 8 TO 5 GRESSING NICELY Ol TI.OtlK Kill Mill KM BOND LOAN NOW more BRIGHT. By Associated Press New York, Oct IS, Eire destroyed one hundred und sixty thousand bushels of grain 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. — 13 October 1917

of THK EVENING C URRENT. SATURDAY. OCT. 18. Itl7. fiLRvenincCiirrent 1 h.uvin,f bl'pn "hown to ;h Brd,,,ot" ,ufh ne and imprionment, n.i WUIIIJJrfUil Villi that there ik now outstanding Wildupon conviction for a Second and suh nmmai m.unty , mini, amounting to i sequent violation of laid aection fuch Win, H Muttanc Editor and Manager Entered an arcond - claaa matter April !. 1917, at the pout office at CarUbad, New Mrxico, under the Act of March I, 1879. Published daily Sundayi excepted, liy the Carlabad Printing Company. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One year in advance 6.00 Six months in advance . 3.00 One month in advance 60 Sample ropiei 05 Member of the Associated Press. TIM Associated Pr-s in exclusively nulled to the use for republication of ill new credited to it or not other wise credited in this paper hiiil also h local news published herein. All rights of republication of ipeclal lespatches herein IN also reserved. OMMISSIONRM' PROCEEDINGS. BE IT REMEMBERED Thai on th.s he 1st clay...

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 October 1917

EVENING CURRENT. SATURDAY, OCT. 13. 117. LOCAL NEWS Tom M Kinney is in town today transacting business. Mr Bolt and daughter, Mini, Bolt, of l.akewood, arc Carlsbad guests to day with a rent and dinner at the Bates .hotel. J. F. Karrell and son, Jim, are go ins; out to the ranch where they re sided so niuny months today to look after some busineaa. Superintendent F. J. Evans, Bridge and Building Msnsger Joe Klaasner, and J .F. Ingram, passed through to Pecos yesterday on their second an nual inspection trip of the road and track. They are expected back today. Attorney Robert ('. Dow returned yesterday afternoon from a trip to Portales where he was called on business. ARMORY DANCE. C. B. Campbell and son-in-law, I'hil Weatherspoon, went out to the HMMh on the Delaware this morning expect ing; to return this ufternoon. Mrs. D. R. Harkey and daughter Miss Mvrtle. who have been in towi most of the week ranch this morning. been here for treatment but aw m be feeling some better. The danc...

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 October 1917

THE EVENING CUEEENT, HATI'RDAV, OCT. 11, 1S17 Time to Ghange (OLD WEATHER XRCBMHTATRti HEAVIER nouns WR IRR PRRPARED TO TAKE CAME i TOU. Our Line of Winter Underwear SUITS AMD OVERGO ATS NORR1 in RTYLR, BEET IN QUALITY ni REASONABLE IN PRICE OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE IX EVERY LINE PEOPLES MERCANTILE CO . " WHERE THIJVGS ARE MEW" CHANCE TO GET TO SEA QUICKLY IN THE "RADIO" Most Fascinating Branch of tt e Naval Service. MORE YOUNG MEN ARE NEEDED Superior Advantages Offered In Radio Department Not Generally Under stood by the Recruit Opportunity Provide! for Experimental and Re. search Work Given Best of Train ing. "Radio" In Hie npea mmm la Um rerun who want! to got to w quick' ly. Perhaps inn reluctance ir failure of iih- rerun to "i Ify Hiin depart inrni of iiic navy la due to his lurk of knowledge of lis superior ad vans tsgaa, Than i room fof 1,000 mora young mi ll in ihr ni" i faeclnatlBg branch ( the mi vk i service of Hade Ban ami the placet, ara going begging, W inn mini quallBaa ...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
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