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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 20 October 1917

r The Evening Current VOL. 1. NO. 159. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY. (KT 20. 1917. (3.00 Year. 60e. Month. Sr. Uff. INTEREST KEEN AS TO HOW SUBMARINE El. I OKI) CONVOY AND TORPEDOED ANTILLES. M ERICA N SCHOONER SUNK HY SUGAR FAMINE NOW UPON SUBMARINE. COUNTRY. By Associated Press. Washington, Oct 20. Adniinistra tion officials arc awaiting with pro found intero.it amplification of the mnagrc details cabled the navy dc- partmcnt on the destruction of the Antilles with the loss of Hcventy lives. The names of a great majority of the victims are lacking. Interest ia In tense in the manner the submarine managed to elude the protecting con voy and to dischurge a torpedo that parsed into the Antilles. Naval offi cers believe the submarine command er lurked beneath the surface until the destroyers had passed over head, then waited for the big troop ship. By Associated Press London, Oct. 20. The American schooner, Jennie Erichter, of six hun dred tons, was sunk by a Teuton sub marine Tuesd...

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. — 20 October 1917

TIIK KVKNING CURRENT. SATURDAY, OCT. 20. 1917. hveningCurrent i' Win. II. M!;n Kilitor und Manager ROSB1 HELD WITHOUT BAIL Entered aa Apru 16, 191 CarUbad. Ne of March I, Sundays excepted, Printing Compel 1 d - claas matter . , at i he pint office at Mi Kii o, under the Act 187. Published daily ly the Carlsbad Roc wall News, The preliminary hearing of the i State v.. C, 1, 1 rushy, for the killing "f .1 I Bhafer, was imed in Judge rfcnon'a court at 7: :n last night. Im mediately after t)i. opcn.ng of court, on motion of the district Bttorney, the complaint against Clyde Roberta, who had lieen arrest' ,1 Veatarriav mornln on the charge of being im plicated In the killing, was dismissed. The Itata then asked that the case rion;ned mi they could put an-joihi-r witness n the stand. This was lone, and Clyde Kolierts, who was an '.V.. Mfltll I.. Ik.. II....- . i. " v me milium. IOOK me Member of the AeOSHated Pmi ''T ,h TSKftt IS "V'"' ' BtlOfl of the district attorney, tesli- Ttio Associ...

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. — 20 October 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, SATURDAY. (XT. 20. 1917 ' LOCAL NEWS Rev. ('.en. Henry Glvan, the newly appointed Methodist minister, arriv ed thin al' noon and will hold ser vice tomorrow at the Methodist church. t i, Frank Khipped one 'ear of MUM from Aries in to Roswell today Judge Hriee rami' down today from roll to look after letfal business. The Felix Cattle Company shipped out a car of h i l:or . 'to Net Kongo, La. B, I, w . tit with the car. The horsi I were in (rood hop and now was the time to ship. Subject at the Christian church Sunday, October 21st: Morninir - "The Risen Christ " Night "Chalk Talk Sermon". With morning worship at the Pres- , byterinn church next Sunday there I will ho the observance of the Lord's , Supper, and with evening worship the tcrmon will have for its subject "The Self Manifesting Christ". A. H. Honor loft today with car of young miller- for Arkadophlo, Ark. Snooks Gordon came down from the ranch yesterday bringing I ter, Miss Ada Cordon, who is at the home...

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. — 20 October 1917

THK RTBNING CURRENT. SATURDAY, lit I. 20. 1917 lM AS) I.I M OK NKW MKX ICO HOLDS TIM MANY IDIOTS. ( ommiumn Reports on Conditions il I .as Vegas and Makes Krcommci dations Santa re. N. M., Oct. Irt. There ere many idiuta, ImbaOJMl anil indi Ifent pWMM iimniiK th .'12.1 preaenl occupants of the state insane asylum at I . v who have no business to im there, ootofdlu to Mm report of thi' lOOetol communion appoin tid by the ffOvOfBOf to llUOlljsjsjto con ditions at 'hi- asylum. The commis- iion ("il ite I of Mai. K. I . Ki'ld ol a change of adminiatration, auch a policy could not, in our judgment, bo porfotted; and we would, therefore, recommend that it be not attempted, intil the institution can he taken out if politic . which we deem a remote ...... I. .!., . mt t... limn " f .'ii'i , : i . i .- I'M" Tax I oRimiaaion in Session. When rattle bring from $.12 to $:t.r, an expense of growing of $H.7fi a head is not ho had, in the opinion of K. ( Wilson of the state tax commis sion. Mr. Wi...

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 October 1917

s 1H aal The Evening Current TOL. 1, NO. 160. CAKLSHAD, NEW MBIICOl MONDAY. ()(T. 22. 1917. 15.00 Year. 60c. Month. Sc. Cap. iirT nnATT nnmrn NLA I UKAhl UlVIUtU INTO FIVF (II ARSR 111 I U MIL. ULnUULU i WOMKN (JET SENTENCES I.N roi.ICK COURT FOB PICKET ING I.N FRONT WHITE HOUSE By Associated Press. Washington, Oct. 22. Alice PmK I .chairman nf the woman's party, and I Carolina k. Spencer, of Colorado I . Springs, Colorado, wore today given i HHttimi of six months each in police I court for picketing in front Of the I White II,..., imt Saturday. Four other women were previously sentenc ed to nix rion'hd and were given ad ditioiial thirty day IWIOWUM Two j others t;ot thirty duyit each. LLOYD GEORGE SAYS PEACE NOW WOULD ONLY BE A TRUCE NO PERMANENT PEACE IN SIGHT SUCCESSFUL CAM PAION AGAINST SCBMAKINE8 DBA FT Jl AI.IFH ATIONS INTO WHICH MKN AWAITING NKXT CALL WILL HK DIVIDED. OVKK TUB EE BILLION DOLLARS MUST HK HAIHED KOH LIIIKRTY LOAN TO REACH MWIMIM By Associated Press. 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. — 22 October 1917

TOT EVENING CURRENT, MONDAY, OCT. II. 117. fiEveningCurrent T? m. H. Mul!anc Editor and Manager t red a aecond - claaa matter April IS, 1017, at. the pott office at Qteuabed, New Mexico, under the Art a March S. 1879. Publiabed daily excepted, by the Carlabad Uompany. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. we year In advance 6.00 8ix month in advance 3.00 Mm month in advance 60 Sample copies 06 Meat bee of the Aaeociated Press, TSw Associated Pr-ss is exclusively JaHftsd to the use for republication of B aewa credited to it or not other waf credited in this paper and also dhe lorsl news published herein. All rights of republication of special deeawtefcoe herein are also reserved. COURT N. AAIN SAVES M. CKNTHAI. FROM HKINO DISMANTLED. Rights of Public Musi he Considered Along With Righta of Owner. Holes Holloman. INQUIRIES A Hoi I CARLSBAD. The Current each week receive many letter similur to the following! Bethany, Missouri. Hi I'.l 17. The Carlsbad Current. of Carlsbad. N. M Dear Sir: Am tryinu to le...

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 October 1917

THE KVKNING CURRBNT, MONDAY. OCT. 22, ItlT. local m Tom Ross wn in overnight guest t the Bates Saturday, coming from Seminole, Texas. MiH Anna Hoax, of Malaga, was an overnight guest of the Palace ho tel Saturday Tom Gray retured Saturday from a few week's trip to Eunice, Monument, and Ixvington, where he waa buying steers. Hi bought in all 860 of one and two-year-old ateert, which will be delivered ban on the tint of next month an Mr. Gray will take the cat tle out Ui the ranch and pasture them. Gardener Mo Keen, of Malaira, came up Saturday and waa an overnight truest at the Palace hotel. Dolph Lusk, wife and little sin were in from the ranch, snrnrlinir tfc i night at Hotel Bates and returning Sunday. Harry Cressy left last night for his home in Chicago. Harry has been here a number of years for health benefit, and has had charge of the pumping station for the Public Util ities Company and has made a faith ful hand, but finding his strength was growing less day by day, Ms family ...

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 October 1917

THE STONING CURRENT. MONDAY. OCT. WIT. Oow Xb. iUi I 4 U . RICLU8IVE U.KNt'T FOR TIIK FAMOUS EDWIN CLAPP AND WALK - OVF.K SHOK8. The Smile of Satisfaction We Guarantee it at This Store Satisfaction's a feeling that you get when you've got just what you wanted and found it good. You'll feel that way about your clothes, if you buy them here. Hart Schaffner & Marx make them. We wont sell you anything unless you do feel that way about it. We aim to give you something so good that you'll buy here the next time you need clothes. That's why we guarantee satisfaction. That's why we insist on selling all-wool clothes. The fall styles for men and young are strikingly smart. Military rfaHi in overcoats and apart salts arr featured. Se the Vanity Fifty Five models in plain, atyUah aark suits. SUNDAY'S OPEN T. C. HORNE J' UK HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER MARX CLOTHES 1 MEETING Dwight U Lewellen, of Dallas, Tex., Win at the Court house park en Liberty bonds Sunday after the train came in from the no...

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 October 1917

The Evening Current YOU 1, NO. Ml CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY. OCT. 2J, 1917. 15.00 Year. Mr. Month. 5c. BRITISH FORCED BACK IN ONE PLACE OTHER OAIN8 HELD AND CONSOLIDATED. London, Oct. 23. -An official statc ! which wai issued today says: "A rain fell again latit niirht und the weather has been stormy and unsettled. Early In the night the enemy attacked one of our new posts in the southern part of Houtholat for eat and forced the troopa holding it to fall hack a short distance. On the remainder of the front our crnins have been maintained and consolidated. A REVIEW OK FKiHT AROUND ISLANDS IN GULF OK l; A "KAIR PRICE" FIXED BY (JOV ! ERNMENT ON CltOCKBIKS IN ILLINOIS WILL BE PUT INTO EFFECT AT ONCE. Ry Asaociated Preia. Chicago, Oct 23.- For the first time in the history of the United States a government representative haa flx i ed a "fair price" of certain food stuffs 'The food administration of Illinois I. , , I I , I ,1 I , 1 i, V'l. "UJ I ll 111 IUI ..... potatoes, flour and g...

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 October 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, TUESDAY, OCT. 23. 1917. fitEveningCurrent Win. H. Mullane Editor and Manager I- ntered m second class matter April 16, 1917, at the poit office i Cartabad, Now Mexico, under the Act f Match 8, 1879. Published daily .Sundays excepted, by the Carlsbad Printing Company. RVMCWPTION RATES. won) jrnar hi advance 6.00 8t moot ha in advance 3.00 M month in advance 60 copiea .06 V I THOUSANDS LEARN THE FLYING GAME Immense Camp Where Men Are Taught Aeronautics. SPEND $4,000,000 ON FIELD Accommodation! Will Bo Provided far 40,000 Men at Kelly Field, Near San Antonio, Tex. Will Be Nothing to Compare to It In Magnitude In the World. Thousand of young men are being taught the UM of Hying and flghtluf In tbe air at Kelly Field, situated ad- The following by l. F. Houston, I )"oul to San Antonio, Tex. Tlila Member of the Associated Press. '! Associated Press ia exclusively Ued to the use for republication of ill news credited to It or not other wbm credited fat thia paper and 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. — 23 October 1917

t THK EVENING CURRRNT, TUESDAY, OCT. U, ltI7. LOCAL NEWS Charles Ward has rented the resi dence vacated by Mr. and Mra. J. I. Penny and will occupy it this winter. H. C. Muldrow, who spent Sunday on Rocky with relative, Mr. and Mn. J. J. S. Smith, returned yesterday. Lif Merchant came in yeaterday afternoon from the San Simon ranch where a has heen looking after the moving of 1,200 head of live stock, which is on the way to the stuck pens here. Mr. Watson has accepted a position with R. E. Dick and is on duty this week. Edwin Stephenson was busy yes terday investing in Liberty bonds, buying one for himself, wife and daughter. Miss Grace, of denomina tions of .ri( each Jeff D. Rait came in from the Witt ranch yestcrdsy. Ha is shipping two cars of entile from that ranch to morrow wi.h a train load that leaves for Kansas City. Tom Reeves is shipping a car of cattle tomorrow, those that ware left on his hands when he sold the ranch. Harry Christian, wifo and Mrs. I.igc Merchant, motored...

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. — 23 October 1917

I THE EVENING CURRENT, TUESDAY, OCT. tt, 117. HOW TO EASE YOUR TAXES AMERICAN GENERAL IS mvfn rRnss np war k M W W 1 w w w ws s vvrsss ta a ubjet that tatareata 91 seeaey rwt mi bo mmm fMWll what luck aa aaaeaat M. Wa have to lad elghteM -ait bullae dollar Surlag rat year at tha work. EigbteaB 4 Five MuBBrad MlMlea Dot Urn. Think af It! But perkaps yea had kattar Bet. It will only aiaka your baa4 gs reuad. tad yea will Mt ka ay aaarar ta graiplBg tk antes, of aucta aa amouat of moa- M. wkaa rau kave dose IklaklBg Ta gat dowa to oathlag rau caa aderstoad. It aiaaaa Ik at every maa la tkit osuatry hat U atee p aaariy ilf at wkat ka eara thl year. Tha gaveramsat la glag ta gat hi messy, kacauaa H kaa ta kave M. Of Marsa, It caa tai your la-! a, lax evsrytklag rau aat and I war laad and your eattla, aai tha ssaaey tkla way. How- war. tkla weald ha too kai oa y au, it tha gavsrasssst haa dacldad ta au to ! aoaaa of tka mossy, brlth l Vila Bass's awa pr'attsa that M will aa jrou hack, 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. — 24 October 1917

TEe Evening Current VOL. 1, NO. 161. CARLSBAD. NEW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 24, 117. $5.00 Year. We. Month, 5e. Ceyy. PDillAM DDIMPL" UAOII uiwuiiininuLiinnu I I ITT TIIIA !- I AAT HIHWUMIL SUNDAY. OCT. 28 DAY OF PRAYER; PROCLAMATION BY THE PRKNIliKM FRENCH PENETRATE TO DEPTH OF TWO AND ONE-FIFTH MILES IN THEIR LATEST DRIVE ON A SIX MILE FRONT EAST SOISSONS By Auociated PrcM. Smashing against the German linei along a six mile front northeait of Hoissons the French have made im portant gains from the German crown prince. General Petain com pleted an effective step toward Laon, which ia at the southern extremity of the Hindenburg line and an impor tant railroad center, which lies ten milea northeast of Chavignon, where the French advance attained its great est depth of two and one-fifth miles. Thu heights dominating Pargny Kilain at the extreme right were seised and the French guns now can batter the Germans on hills on the opposite side of the Ailette river and from Chavun gon, which ...

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. — 24 October 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 21, Ittt, THE EVENING CURRENT, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 34. 117. tomngCurrent ff. H. Mullanr Editor and Manager Eatered as second clan matter April 16, 1917, at the poit office at CeaUbed, New Mexico, under the Act Of Match 3, 187. Published da.ily olffiFjl excepted, by the Carlsbad MMh Company. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Oh year in advance 000 Bit menthi in advance 3.00 Rs month in advance 60 temple copies OS HOPE NEWS. er of the Aaaoclated Presa. T4e Aaaoclated Preai li exclusively Malted to the uae for republication of oewa credited to it or not other ria credited in thla paper and alio toe local news published herein. AH rights of republication of special herein are aliio reserved. JOHN FRANKLIN. The brief message yestrrdny of thr death of John Franklin carries the mind of the early maker of nrlsbad Jback to the days when Carlsbad wua young, for Johnnie Franklin, by which mm hia friends knew him. tit that time, a quarter of u century ago, mis 41 young lawyer...

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. — 24 October 1917

SILK DRESSES ARE CORRECT IN DRESS WK WAVK A WONOKRKI'l. COLLKtT.ON OK KSI'KUALI.Y good looking sii.k DKKSHKS THAT ARK MODERATELY PRICED. $13.75 to $50.00 IN THE LOT YOi: WILL MORE THAN LIKELY FIND ONE THAT JUST SUITS YOU HANDSOME GARMENTS IN ALL THE PREVAILING COLORS AND SILK MATERIALS THEY LOOK DIFFERENT NOW. Joyce -Pruit Co. WE WANT YOUR TRADE' BL PASO GAP ITEMS. Mr. Herbert Long from Jay ton, Texas, came to El Paso Gap laat Sat urday. He it looking for a atock ranch with plenty of water and gnat. He will iro to Carlibad from here, then he will look over the plaini coun jtry, returning to the Gap in about ten days. Henry fhorp waa taken to the hos pital in Carlsbad last Friday. J. C. Da Moss went down with him, re turning; on the mail car Saturday. Guss Dean and Dave Metres are ivery busily engaged in breaking young; horses for W. R. Shattuck. They have about 10 to break. ! W R. Shatttxfr and wife left for Douirlass, Arizona, on Monday morn ins;. They will visit several places 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. — 25 October 1917

m The Evening Current VOL. I, NO. 16.1. CARLSBAD. NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY. OCT. 18. Itl7. $5.00 Year. 60c Month. Sc. ( epy. MBRKTY LOAN l'AH8E8 THE THREE BILLION M AUK. Br Associated Pnn. Waenington, Oct. 8ft. Treasury de partment officials today announced thalr conviction that the liberty loan aubicrlptioni had nuinl the thrta bil lion dollar mark and were . !l on their way to the Ave billion dollar iroal. Indications at eleven o'clock thia morning were that the Liberty Day sales had carried the total to ap proximately threo and one-half billion dollars, if not beyond that sum. AMERICAN STEAMER BATTLES SUBMARINE H)R FOUR HOURS. AlSTRO-tiERMANS CAPTURE 6,000 PRISONERS IN OFFENSIVE. I Id HI I O SENTENCED FOR KILLING COUSIN. PRESIDENT WILSON OPENLY ENDORSES WOMAN SUFFRAGE By Aaaeciated Praia. A French Seaport, Oct. 2ft. Escap ing from a German submarine after a bitter fight which lasted nearly four hours and with seven of her crew wounded, two seriously, an Americun steamer arrived here ...

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 October 1917

ma THING CURRENT. THURSDAY. OCT. 25. Ittf MhH SS5C .ywungCarrent Wm. H. Mullanc Editor and Manager aa second class matter U. 1017 at lh aAL. .1 I , Nw Mexico, under the Act k 1, 17. PublUhcd dally axcepted, by tha Cartabad Company. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. a year In advance 5.00 SU month, in advance ....... 3.00 month in advance 60 .06 Mm of the Aaaortated Preaa. Associated Praaa ia exclusively id! to tha use for rennhliratinn nf u ..... " I sjawn credited to It or not other wlae credited in thia paper and also ifo Meal newt published herein. AH flfhu of republication uf special iestjtatctte herein are alao reserved. RED CROSS HELPS RESTORE BELGIUM Look to United States for Deliverance. who save artmniv wtm, tasatatsuk j there can realise what the ftamlrsn Hed i row. la doing for the soldiers and clvllltnt nf Bel (1am. The people are utterly dependent umio America for the necessaries nf life, and venerate the Stan and Btripea accordingly. Ifftoleney la Msrvsleus. "The Ited Croat would be...

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 October 1917

BYRNING CUi ', THURSDAY. OCT. 15. ItlT. 4 LOCAL NEWS L. W. Arthur, of Laving, ru' In town yesterday looking after business. 3,000 I AMBS I.OADF.D. C. C. Banner, of Hope, wa a srls bad visitor Tuesday. The National Bank of Carlsbad sold one ten thouaand dollar Iiberty bond Wednesday. R. t. Tucker motored up from Iov ing yesterday and spent most of the day visiting and greeting old friends. R C. Brewer, from Hope, wait in sown Tuesday evening transacting business. . ft.al.aj H. B. Johnson of Roswell, formerly of Carlsbad, and was dealer in fuel, is hare today. Mr. Johnson is in the markot to buy cotton seed. Harden Clark, from tne Mo4icy range, is in town visiting hi family, coming yesterday. Frank Ross, the hustling and 'blig iag merchant from Loving, wa- turf yesterday looking afler huslne for ttic store. agdaltiia, N. M., Oct 22. This week the Montoea Sheep company loaded th thousand lambs at this station for oClorado feeding point. This is the flrst shipment of lambs fro mthis sec...

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 October 1917

mm i biinu tuRum, ini kmiai, ih i. at, uu. iff? itei ifniii m m i in V. ' -t.f ' ' i I IB What Will Happen When the Well Goes Dry? where is t: " increased revenue coming "rom to tni realise thai the funt.s ol" the state are lieing j nl I i I w tiu-.-t- enormous epproprii tor? Hriui ail about it in 1 o J oil 7 h. Olifl 1 J 5 , MO The Farm Paper of the Southwest Find out whs taxes ur- so liirli higher than avar before, Find out when all the money e-ocs. Thai get out and i' something about it. Senator Willacy's astounding story "The Heavy Wand of invisible Rule" bagtnning in the Oct 80th issue w ill open your eye to 'lie way Die people an? bring mulcted it w ill show you how the money that you sweat anil Struggle to make is living squandered by tlie insidious force that control the state. It is something that every man who pays taxes wants to know and oujcht to know, Nobody has ever dared to publish these facts before. The only way to learn then: .. from the pages of FARM ANI RANCH. Fo...

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 October 1917

The Evening Current T(M. I, NO. IM. ( SAIUIAD, NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY. OCT. 26. 1817 S.V00 Year, 60c. Month, Sf. opy. THE GERMAN CROWN ITALIANS LOSE 30,000 PICE DRIVEN BACK-PUSHED TO BORDER I 12.000 PRISONERS HAVE BEEN CAPTURED CROWN PRINCE OK (JER.M ANY ItKIM, DRIVEN KKOM HKKiHTS OK AISNE TO LAON KORTRKHS By Associated Pre. From the heights of the Aisne the rtnaii Crown Prince i being driven hark relentlessly toward tho fortress of Iji hi and perhaps to the general retreat along the entire line from St. (Juentin to Champnigne which are hi . trongholdt There has already been wrenched from him twelve thousand of his Iwnt troop, who are now pris onera, many thousands slain and wounded and :ne hundred and twenty lug gun have been lout. The predic ament of the Crown Prince ia moat eerious. FRENCH TAKE II I NDREDK PRISON K.KS. OF By Associated Pre. Parte, Oct. 211. The village of Driieilwnk, Papegoed Wood and a number of fortified farm were cap '.unci by the French in an attack abich a launc...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
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