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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 26 October 1917

THE KVF.NINC- CURRENT, FRIDAY, OCT. 2. 1117. IhcEveningCurrent Wm H. Mullinc Editor and Manager F.atercd an second - claii matter April 16, 1J17, at the poit office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Published daily Sundays excepted, by the Carlabad Printing Company. SUBSCRIPTION RATE8. One year in advance . 6.00 Six monthii in advance 3.00 One month in advance 60 Sample copies 06 Member of the Associated Preas. The Associated Pris ia exclusively to Quern from Kl Paao (tap Saturday to visit with his mother and aunt be fore they left on a trip weat to look lor grass, 'he range around their place ia too short for cattle to make the winter on While they are away they will probably visit Mrs. Shat tuck's relatives who live out that wa Vernon Middb-'.on, who haa been very busy with the gosts, running the I heajing murhine and looking after things in general, paid Queen and home a visit the first for over a month. John McCollnum and Vernon Mid dleton are busy now she...

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. — 26 October 1917

THK EVENING CURRENT. FRIDAY, OCT. M, HI7. ANTI-SALOON MEETING. A meeting was held Sunday even inir in the Methodiit church. The other churches joined in the interest of the present campaign to make New Mexico dry. The wonder was whether many people after the liberty bond demonstration in the afternoon would how up for the second affair, but thi room was well Ailed, an ', chairs U accommodate the crowd were hrouvh from the Presbyterian church across the street. The Rev. Mr. Sellards presided, and the Rev. Mr. Given lead the congre gation in prayer. The main interest was the address by Mr. Keegan, repre entative of the Flying Squadron of the Anti-Saloon league. By way of introduction the speaker announced hat he came without expense to the loo cause and '.hat any offering made would go to the local branch of the men' Christian Temperance Union. He also announced tha'. he had been unable the night before to j secure sleeping accommodation nnd was in poor shape for an address, but he pr...

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. — 26 October 1917

KVKNING CURRENT, FRIDAY, OCT. J. 1I7. TVK . i' . ft If" tin tag like the PRtl Ik made for oni'-hnll' cen1 each at a good profit, why WM a bill proused in thi tate legislature to mark the BjlOO.OOO bale of Texas cotton with them lugs hI ten uenta eh? WHY'.' "For t lie good of the farmer" mi said the legislator who introduced the bill. Hi you belli e it'.' This is a fair sample of the notX "I legislation that in fcaJing "put over-' In Pexae and neiffhborinB states. These tag it Uc 0ftch would have cost $19,000, At 10c each they would have cost $8110,000, Thai would have made a minimum pmilt for somebody of $881,000! SOME profit : Who do you believe would have benefited from this bill the farmer or the man who made the tags? Head al.owt it in I r 4 FARM and RANCH The Farm Paper of the Southwest r'AKM AND RANCH i now running Senator Willacy' compelling story "The Hy Hand tf Invisible Kule" which throws the hnlliant light of publicity on all the underground and in fariuu force that contr...

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. — 27 October 1917

Hie Evening Current V)1. I, NO. 165. CAKI.SIIA1). NKW MKXICO, S VTI'RDAY, (XT. 27. 1917. I.VOO Year, tinr. Month. 5c Ceay. AMIIMIIAN SOLDIERS NOW IN FIRST LINK TRKNCHKS. y Associated Trees. Aimriran Army in France, Oft. 17. The following is the Unit official statement to be issued fiom th Am erican headquarters in France. " In continuation of th"ir training and as a nucleus for thi instruction of later tonsigti. ucnts of troop. MM hattnl inna of our lirst contingents, in asso ciation with veterans of French lal talions, are in the llrst line trenches of a iuu't sector on the French front They are supportid Uv sumc lotteries of our artillery in association with the veteran French batteries. This sector remain normal ami our men have a-dapt-d themselves to actual trench condition in n most satisfactory man tier. ITALIANS NOW BBING TKKSSKD. MAUD Ity Associated Truss. Berlin, Oct. 27. The mountain nd go of Stolben has been captured from the Italians as also hus the suoiiii t of Mount Ma...

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. — 27 October 1917

TMB EVENING CURRENT, SATURDAY. OCT. 27. 117. ftEveningCurrent HORRORS OF WAIT DRIVE MEN MAD Wm. H. Mullanc Kditor and Mansgcr Entered ns April in, l!M second - class matter at the post office at vAnnan, rcw nrxn, unucr me An I , . .. tl 1 1 I J-!,.. 1 irrn a, mcj. i nnunncu amy by the Carlsbad f March I, IW7!l. Sur.eoyi excepted, rr.nting Company. SU&SCKIITION RATES. n- year in advance 0.00 - x month in advance 3.00 llM month in mlvance 60 Sample copiea 06 Mi-in In i of the Associated I'reaa. Tin Associated l'rs is exclusively niiled to MM use for republication of ill lews credited to it or not other- sr.se Credited in this paper and also I iJm local news pulili-ihed herein. mi right of republication of special ! patches herein are also reserved, j German Atrocities Make Canadi ans Fight Like Demons. FIRST UNITED STATES FLAG ON FRENCH FRONT Sent From Village Here Before There Was Any Declara tion of War. In the Hide village Of Potter mil. , Just iiiniMM the llhoili- Island bonie...

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. — 27 October 1917

THE EVENING CtfRlfteNT. SATURDAY. OCT. 27, 117. i Mr. and Mr. Frank Overman are in town with their little daughter, Genevieve, who is very ill. Mrs. Myron K. Clark entertainej thr Bridge Club yesterday afternoon at her home. .1 E. Dean and wife, uf Van Horn Texaa, were overnight guests, passini thiough on a viiiit to relatives ii Hoswell. Mm. L. W. Johnson left last night for .Tackion, Miaa., where she will make an extended viail and "tul a few week in Magee, Miai. Arthur I.inn has been helping in the First National Hank during till ah senee of Clarence Hell, who in in Santa Fo. U W. Johnson, who hns been salin imin with the People grocery rom ny for a number of months, expects act as wholesale buyer for the mpany at Seagraves. He is plan ig to leave Monday on the mail car. a wife and the two small boys left it night for the home of her mother Mount Olive, Miss., where she will end the winter. They have made any friends here and will be missed i many ways. The best wishes of he Curr...

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. — 27 October 1917

TOE RTRN1NG CURRENT, s ATI'KIIA V. OCT. 27. 117. MUNSING Wear It's No Use Hunting Any Further 11 we could find a brand of underwear that would fit and cover the form as perfectly, wash as well, wear as long, cost as little and give as much real comfort and satisfaction as Munsingwear, we'd push that instead. But we can't; consequently Munsing Union Suits are and will be the leading line of knit underwear sold in this store. They are for Men, Women, Boys and Girls We Also Have Bradley Sweaters WW 'ggjaaj1' -V-eM ' araaaaasr ' 1 BfgjeJVaf vw RI JOYCE-PRINT COMPANY WB want YOUR TRADE ' DAUGHTERS OF WHITE HOUSE DO THEIR BIT Prominent in Red Cross and Other War Work. KIPS OUT ON WAR LOANS M't McAdoo, Daughter of Preatdent WlUon, Talhe to Womtn'i Organna Uon All Over the Country Oaugh tare of Cleveland, Rooavlt. Taft and Harrlaon Doing Qreat Service TTaahlnitoii WImI iIim manei! of the varlou natliNH have iMM III I In war ia ana f 'in awe all of t great cmi hi. ' Kiiicii-.il women, uiio, ...

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. — 29 October 1917

y The Evening Current VM. 1. NO. ll.tr AHI.SHAD, NEW MEXICO, MONDAY. IKT. 29. 1917. 15.00 Year. liOr. Month. 5r. Copy. 00.000 ITALIANS AND 700 GONS TAKEN BY GER 1 m RECORDS liltOKKN FOR COLO WEATHER IN OCTOBKB I AS I Nil. HI IN ( OI.OHADO. By Aeaoelated Praia. Denver, Comrade, Oct. ao. ah record for cold in Colorado m Oct bar were broken lail night in Kw- li n Colorado ami Denver tin- temper Mure fi ll tn tWO degfCO below MVOi which win colder tMti the October record of Is" ! ri ii mii niio bplow. At Roewell the m.T.uiy dropped M- ty i - to i' above "in tvrehre houra. I'M ERTA1N JUST Will Iti ITALIAN GENERAL Will. MAKE 81 VND AGAINST YICTOKIOCS AU8TRI NS IMPORTANT Di: KLOPMI N I S PENDING AMERICAN I iMCEM is PRONT LINK Tl INCHES. I M Ml oi I I Its PR ( p, GIUM. TO BBI i,i s . ( i i. PEMNMI LA. w I IBDER jip Associated Prate, Italy's loldler have railed to cheek the (in rush of the Ausirn-iirmann ml the entente line on the uoni i ii threatened with annihilation. Sweeping down front t...

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. — 29 October 1917

THB EVENING CUHUtNT MONDAY, OCT. 39. 1917. CTeE vening Current MTm. H. Mullen Kditor and Manager Baton d M second - class matter April 10, I'.'IV, at the post office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act at March I, 1179. Published daily Sundays excepte d, by the Carlsbad Printing I 'oinpany. SUBSCRIPTION i! i i s. , One year in advance fi.00 .Six IMnthl in udvsnee . :i.oo One MMth In advance CO Sample copies 06 Mi ml" i of the Aaaoristed Preas. Hie Associated PNM is exclusively titled to the use for republication of kll news credited to it or not other wise credited in this paper and also he local news published herein. All right of republication of apodal lespatches herein are also reserved. SENATOR JONES at WORK. The follow ine is it ropy of tile hi'l :,,,f"'- Senator A. A. Jonei ror uic eiMMReauon "f lands. M MOKE THAN R10HT MILLION PERSONS PURCHASI BONDS, ll Itlseas b Thousands Stand in l ine twallkag Turn l I 'line Hun Names on Witft,fHMI,0Ol Honor Koll jpj ACCURATE BBSULT is...

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. — 29 October 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, MONDAY. OCT. 29. 1817. E. B. Eaves, from the Jal country in in town today. It. J. Tuffelmiiv, the contractor, ii in town today from LivipgUm. Mri. , II. l'ond in very ill today with ton sil in Mr: Stanford has been ill a num licr of dayii with plcuracy, but i reported some better today. Urn. Mullcni and son came dowi from Hope, getting here this mornin' with a load of choice apple outsid' of it being cold last night they stoo. the trip fine. Lieutenant John K. Runyan, of Pt Riley, Kaa., is here on u few day' furlough visiting relatives and man; friends. Tin: PROHIBITION PARADK. Have you heard about this panel " Do you knew what it ii? Ull the paopla who want our state dry are tivitcd anl urged to take part in this trade. I n popular side in this day the prob turn side. The sentiment out Carl id is good, but show your lors and make every voter think to te and help any nart f the state at needs it. We want every aut obilo owned by a temperance man this whole commu...

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. — 29 October 1917

THK KTKNING CURRENT, MONDAY, OCT. 29, 1917. i 1 fl i Which Side are TOt On? A ro you one of the many thousand taxpayers Who think they gOVem the state and who every year Mild in their hard-t urned money at the front door of the state capitol to defray the cost of jrov- ernmenl ? Or, are you one of those sleek, well-fed, su perbly dressed and leisurely gentlemen who take money out of the hark door by the ImgTuI and shov- r'ful, and who are the ones who rcully do Rovern the state T Of course if you belontr to the latter class you will not he interested to know that the numlier of state employes has increased from 1667 in 1007 to 4IJ79 in 1917. You will see no necessity for pub lishing the fact that the "traveling expenses" of state employe increased from $28, f00 in 11(07 to $210,000 in 1917, or about 800 per cent. But if you belong to the taxpaying class you will be mightily interested to know the why of these facta. The place to find out is in the pages of FARM and RANCH The Farm Pa...

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. — 30 October 1917

The Evening Current VOL. 1, NO. 167. CARLSBAD. NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY, OCT. N, im. .".00 Year. HOc. Month, 5f. Copy. ALIANS SUFFR BY COLD IN R ITALIANS SUFFER PROM eol.lt. RAIN wii HUNGEB DURING I HEIR RETREAT. By Aiiocletcd Press. Itn!;im Read quartan, Oct. SO, Af ter three days with the n-'iring Ital ian army, the Aaaociated Press cor respondent li able to state that all British batteries were nave l from Ihr enemy, it la u military niceaiRy to prevent giving tla t i I ? of the fan era! situation. The nirti Ittffcrod frini rolil and torrential mm ami hunger during tin1 retreat. I N'RMY NOW OCCUPY FORMER ITALIAN RBADQI tRTERH, By Aaaociated Praia. Berlin. Oft. .lit. Tin . which wan formerly Italian headquarteri. has bom occupied by tha Auitm-0 rman forces, it is officially aniHMM I. tUSTRIANfl IND QBRMANI PRESSING FOBW MID lit it i 8IRTIR1 v INTO IT..I.Y. IT M l axs CONTINUE to RETREAT) ONLY PIOHT REAR OUARO ACTIONS. y Aaaooiatad Preei Roma, Oct SO, Tha Italian ra treat continued yeat...

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 October 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. I I E.Sim . OCT. .10. ltl 7. fiJLveningCurrent f New Mexico, Arisooa, Colorado, Wyoming, Nevada, North Dakota H. MnltoM Editor and Manager 1 J''1'11:'1' hI, forma ONM, and I South Dakota, , provided in . the- I r.at. n .1 us second - class matter April li, 1017, ut the post office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act of March 8, 1H7. Published dally Sundays excepted, by the Carlsbad Printing Company. subscription RATES. One year in udvance &.00 Kix months m advance 3.00 line month in advance 60 Sample copies . 06 Member of the Associated Trent). ' Associated Press la exclusively titled to the use for republication of ill aews credited to it or not other '.vine credited in thin paper and aim he local newt published herein. All nuh' of republication of special leopfttenei herein are al.no reserved. The Current ha iteadfaatly ami penletently refrained from becoming embroiled in the campaign now on to prohibit ihi uw "t wine, buer oi an) lofori i. i ... ... mi...

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 October 1917

LOCAL NEWS Willard Bates .ami' down from runrh today. THE EVENING CU T, TUESDAY, MT. 30. 1917. V. K. AllM and Jack Hint's w out hunting three hours Sunday lernoon and brought in Z'i quail. 'has. A. May returned last evei ing from I.enn Springs, Texan, wh' i he has been for the past few week nt thr training camp Walter Pendleton is having tin- car prater, Mr. aird, repair tholt building that was occupied hy Ralph, the clean or, when it was hurned. Men are busy all the week and it will soon In ready for occupancy again. Miss Bobbie Bowdel), who has been in the Kast for three months or longer came home saying in spite of the fact that she was gone a long time, she was glad to get hack to Carlsbad. This was her lirst trip to the old home in Kentucky for nine years and she hail many relatival Mid friends there tO visit. As she returned she visited Mrs. Hoy pari of Mount I'hasant, Texan. A number of cattlemen from thr plains, Messrs. L C. Culp, Bunk Shipp 8. T. Hurk. and McMillan, bringin...

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 October 1917

THK RTBNING CURRENT, TUESDAY, OCT. SO, 1917 r i - - pe jm - . . Which Side are 70 On? Are you one of the many thousand taxpayers who think they (OVtffl the state and who every year send in their hard-earned money at the front door of the state Cftpitol to defray the cost of gov ernment ? Or, are you one of those sleek, well-fed, su perbly dressed and leisurely gentlemen who take money out of the bar At door by the hatful and shov elful, and who are the ones who nally do govern the state? Of course if you belong to the latter class you will not he interested to know that the number of state employes has increased from 1567 in 1907 to 4379 in 1917. You will see no necessity for pub lishing the fact that the "traveling expenses" of state employes increased from $23,(500 in 1907 to $210,000 in 1917, or about 800 per cent. But if you belong to the taxpaying class you Will be mightily interested to know the why of these fact, The place to find out is in the pages of v. FARM and RANCH 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. — 31 October 1917

TEe Evening Current VOL. I, NO, I6H. CARLHIIAI), NKW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY, (T. 31. 1917. $5.00 Year. fiOe. Monlh. 5c. Copy MIAN ARMY NOT ALL CAPTURED i IMBBICAN 8TKAM8HII' SENDS SUBMARINE TO BOTTOM, Hy Aaaoetated Proaa. An Atlantic Seaport, Oct 81.- Jual three hours before Ida American II nip, i.cwi- l.iickcnlniili, was Ul " t mill funk by mi IMeeen ubmarina on October llttt, the naval gunnern aboard the vessel planted ,i shot bat mail the twin pertacope of the enemy ittbmarlnc ana lent her to the bottom, according to an nfilcia! h port. IT I IAN (iKNIill l. TO BAVE MOST M MIES OK TROOPS. By Associated Pri M. Herman and Au!ro ll'.inirarian troops uri' driving tiituiiirh the plains of vonetla toward the Tagliamenle rivi'r while another army .s endeav orin to brink through the Italian defenses In Carnicalna in an attempt to ontllank the T.itrliami nto line which was abandoned - irac dayi nun by Qeneral Cardona and has been oc cup led by tiv Ineadera whoee advunci i'. in i- are being ha r...

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. — 31 October 1917

TUK BVHN1NC CURRENT, WEDNESDAY. OCT. Jl. 17. IteEveningCurrent Wm. H. Mullanc Editor and Manager KntiMi d m tecond claaa matter April 1, 1917. at the pott office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act of March 3, 1H79. Published daily Sundays excepted, by the Carlsbad Printing Company. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One year in advance G.00 Six months in advance 11.00 One month in advance 60 Sample copina 05 Member of the Associated Press 'He Associated Pr?as ii excluiivcly ntitled to the use for republication of II new credited to it or not other wise credited in thin paper and also be local news published herein. All right of republication of special ! herein nre also reserved. riages, and other things, coming un der baggage rernla'ions. Passenger tickets and cash fures draw down a tux of eight Mr cent, which must be paid wheti payment in made Thin applies to mileage, scrip, commutation, and interchangeable mileage credentials. Ten per cent must be collected on seat fares in parlor cars and ...

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. — 31 October 1917

r THE EVENING CURRENT. WEDNESDAY, ()(T. 31, 1117. LOCAL NEWS Lige Merchant loft last night 1 Santa Ee to look after business. Harry WooHmnn has hern out town since Satunluy looklnR after white fact-d cattle down the valle' Mr Murthu Livingston wu pin in the Eddy County Hospital t imiii nine for treatment. Her mr: friendu hope she will not be th many days. klMl Df Ik was in town th morning from the B K ranch, comin up with a big herd of cattle that Mr l.nntherman is shipping to market RAII.UOAI) (if ( s 1IM Yeste I .iy Superintendent Evans, Division Engineer Jell, i..- . Auditui Howell, came down in a private car and looked over the road and other business affairs, returninK last night. Miss Sue Alley, of Pecos, spent few days in town visiting her sister, Mrs. Shannon and her mother, Mrs. Alley and returned to her home yes terday morninjr. Rev. H T. Deel, of Stockdale, Tex , ill conduct services at the Baptist hurch every niirht, beginning Weil i silay, (let. .'list, and running over...

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. — 31 October 1917

I. . . FIK.ST ANM Al. MKETINH OK mi mum (III NT V l KM AND rom Farmers' Exchange Hulletin. The HfUi ..f November, Monday, will whim the blftfeat meetlna .f I'arm 'r mill Stockmen in Canabad thai Hh imt been held in thia bah ,.r Ika Mate, ll will In. the I'irnt Annual Meeting of the Eddy County Farm inl Live Block Improvom nt Aaeocia tmn, an organ cation of KARMEKS and STOCKMEN that extendi throu out the county, having community or Ifani tatloni in every in ailty. Thli meeting will b well attended Meauee it la hacked by an organiaa Hon thnt ih o( the preateal poeilble benefit it lu me .barn, The EDDY COI N i i KARM AND LIVK HTOt'K IMPROVEMENT Assm IAT10N waa organised only ii njonthi an n order in put our farmera ami ttockmen on id.' map of Mew Moxieo nd 1 lei tli" real of the itate and nation knou that th y arc re doing a " ib' y o 'I . Increase tin- produc tion . ' f i itulTa ,,iii t.i eonaorve farm produce anil to eliminate the laium. It m.ik answered l nur stockmen annually The C...

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 November 1917

The Evening Current VOL. I, NO. 169. CARLSBAD, NEW MKXK'o, Thursday, Nov. I. iii7. 15.00 Yeir. 60r. Month, It, opy 30.000 GERMANS AND TWOGENERALS K1LLLED BY BRITISH 3MOO GERMAN SOI 1)11 Its AND TWO GENERALS KILLED, Hf Associated p i Ifadllnitnil. Nov. I Thirty thou Mad German toldli re, Including two Konerals f d. vision, wore killed in the trrrnt battle of Bainaieaa Plateau, according to cablet received haft. aid Hir Brit Geeddee, Pint Lofd of the Ailnnriili), in tho house of com mons today. "We must lay pinna for a I onf war," eontinued Sir Qoaddaa "I aaa no tigns of it bcinn a short one." M L QUN8 OF IT M N ARMY u I s.W ED FROM ENEMY. By Aaaociatod Pratt, lnndon, Nov, I, All gUM with the Italian nrmy irara saved, according to a Hritish correapondent at Italian headquarteri who toyt tha iplrita of" the Hritish gunn rs are I I and that lack of trantporti which couldn't bo allotted to them, was their whole troable. Th( correapondent says the army wet cheerful and Rood temper ed in t...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
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