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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 26 March 1915

Forget the difficulties that have been encountered in the Lower Mimbres during past 4 years and look forward to the bright future Vol. IV. Columbus, County, New Mexico, March No. 41 Luna County. New Mexico, March 28, 1915. 1 Jfe. 1' Bond 'Are Authorized By Loan Commission Prosperity and Godliness (I'm. Ill) . Another Lower Mimbres Booster St. Patricks Tea Social rtn purity Is After dos- .hi I... 1 nf li 1:1 11 I'OIIl- , , ' , m.,,,.1.... i..t psalmist's thouie. ., ir.HW1.l (trilling its conditions negative, weuli lit bantu lMMin.1 uiithoriei .... . lla ,., tliulmiimnf $10.1,71X1 of statu Hint" " ,, . v 1, , L.. i . i.(u mi reward or ii Ooill.v.pt.'oplo. Noga- Now Mexico Series I. I u s, , d (m ( iu turned over to wriint Luna counties to refund certain portions i'r their indebtedness. The form of bond will lo pre pared lit once by (Jims. A. Spins and .turned over to the treasurer. W. I). Murray and W. It. alton, or Silver C ity, will take over thc lirant county share or Ihe bonds and...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 26 March 1915

THE COLUMBUS OOUHlHa. THt COLUMBUS COURIER 1'uliliitK il K.ry Friday by The Courier Publishing Company G. . PARKS. Editoi 'iiUtwI ut tin- INntotlleo tiU'iiliiinliui, ow Mexlm. for li-iiiinnlnldii tluounh u.' Malls Smiml I'lan Mull Mot- Subscription Rates l SO PHr in ailvanee. flMK) per up ir not pHitl In udviine. XAe for montln in advance. AdOertising Rates ' fonts (mm- timclc column Inch, euvh iHertion. 10 cents pop slnjfle column i'Ii. mil tract. cul column " vent "I' Urn1 eui'li ill-Ttloil. ARBOR DAY PROCLAMATION How much forests influence climate is not appreciated gen erally. The importance of this ought to btf emphasized and impressed upon the minds of our people. One who plants, cares for and adds to our re sources a tree, is a public benefactor. If wc can produce forests on our arid plains we may change our climate. By law and custom it is made the duty of the governor to set aside one day of each year for tree planting. This, however, is only to emphasize the importance of ...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 26 March 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. MONSTER BATTLESHIP LAUNCHED GOOD DRY FARM CROP Broom Corn Becoming Popular In ; Semlarld Districts. Delng One of Sorghums, Is Naturally Drought Resistant, Especially In Dwarf Varletlea Planting Often Done With Lister. Tbo battleship Pennsylvania was launched at Newport Newa recently Mlaa Elizabeth Kolb of Germantown. Pa wan the aponaor. The Pennsylvania will be the largest vessel In the United SUtci navy, being 699 feet long, 97 feet beam and 31,000 tonnage. SELLING ALLIES ill mum 1 MUNITIONS Great Stream of Business Flows Into United States as Re sult of War. PLANTS, TAXED TO UTMOST I J Most of the .Contracts for Supplies Bun for Two Years or Longer Goods 8old for Delivery Here Shipment at Buyer's Risk. New York. A common eattmate of the war's length la three yeara. In the first alx months of tho conflict tho United States Bold about t00,- 000,000 In war supplies, not taking Into consideration foodsturra designed for civilian copulations. By August 1 our trade...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 26 March 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. AN EPITOME OF LATE LIVE NEWS 50NDENSED RECORD OP TUB PROGRESS OF EVENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD. FROM ALL SOURCES SAVINGS, DOINQi, ACHIEVE. MENTS, SUFFERINGS, HOPES AND FEARS OF MANKIND. Wettern Newspaper Union news service, ABOUT THE WAR England and Franco havo modified lbs blockade order, on protest from tbe United States. Memel, a Ocrman port on tbo Bal tic, xvas occupied by tho Russians, ac cording to an official German an aouncement Uerraans at resorts In tbe Italian rlvlern havo been privately notified oy tbo authorities to leave Italian ter ritory Immediately. There nro 100,000 soldiers burled In i triangle only a few miles in slie be tween Warsaw and Sklernlowlco, ac cording to a correspondent wbo has lust completed a trip by automobile ver this portion of tho fighting line. The London foreign office was ad vised that Turkish soldiers recently ran wild In tbo Urumlah district or northwestern Persia and killed several hundred civilians. Tbo Turks are said to ...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 26 March 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. v PASSED BY 'NEW MEXICO 80LON8. Review of Measures Pined by Second State Legllature,.Bhowln. Bills and Resolution Filed, With Secretary of 8Ut. Santa Fe Trie Senate and Houie bills enacted, Into laws and now on (lie with the secretary ot state, and the resolutions and memorials also on tllo there, total ninety-seven. There are forty-nlno Senate and forty-eight Ilouso measures. Ot the total num ber ot bills now on file, forty-one were liaaii.nl with the emergency clause at tached, and therefore are now effec tive. The complete list ot Senate and House measures on fife with the sec retary ot state follow: House Bills andjtesolutlons, H. It. No. 7. To supply members of the .House with copk-s of Iho compiled statute, aeeilon laws. Journal and constitution, filed Jan. a 8. ISIS. H. J. It. No. 4. ltequestlne; tho gov ernor to lay before the Legislature all Information In his possession or at hi command concerning tho falluro of the , i'lrat mate llank of 1,0 Oruces, ...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 26 March 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. The Gall of the umberfands By Charles Neville Buck With Illustrations from Photographs of Scenes in the Play ICesfllsht, Mil. br W. J. W.tl CoJ 8YNOP8I8. On Misery creek Bally Milter flnds conaclou. Purvy of the llolimu pected of the crime. Bamion denies It ii ?i ,hoo',n break Hub truce In the r'"' S)S,in0Una h" mn who ehot lur- . vi vuiiniinai ioeo me Iran at fr.i m M"11 Lecott disc-over .i.wi!h Lecotl on the mountain. Tama rack dlacover Sanuoa to a Jeering crowd or mountaineer. 8 unison thraahea him and denounce him aa the "truce-bu-LifL Jho ahot rurvy. At Wile Mc-cacer-a dance Bamion tella the South !?..,7at h? oln o ' the mountain. Leacott aoea home to New Tork. Samaon bid Spleer and Bally farewell and follows. In New Tork Sam ion studlr art and learna much of city TJZZ'i, Drer.nle Iacott penuade Wlf rred llorton, her dilettante lorer, to do a R4.". work ,n the world. Prompted by iiJjove.t8,,Jr teachea heraelf to write. 5I?5n throwa hlmaelf Into the buelnea...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 26 March 1915

THE COLUMBUS OOUEIEE. The Courtfr Cent-A-Wbrd Classified Adds .U..i.U..iiH.n1 In till cfl'ulllll will Im Inswtcil hi lliU c.iluHui i it cost nl unt'ccnt u wont, encli Um'iiv 1' .vn linvi. niiyllilng 1" 'H. iruAr or irnl. ir If Ami waul lo Irtiji or , trade, for am tllllur. tell Hie llllll UlMHIt II In this column. Kverjrbndj Vmli It. TAKES SECOND PLACE NOW I)i v tmtti'Wes utf'SilllPr's !)ri Store. E. J. Fulton, Well Driller Any Sizt Any Dtpth enew your tlio Courier. sithseription to Dry Iwttories for tin- iikIih' at Miller's Druu' Slnrc. , if mid, llii'.v K't Try ii ('oui ii'f rosuits. Hii v your spark plujss for your auto nl Miller'-, ilnm store Column, n. si f 1 9 Snli-erilie ('4i.irir. for tile Columbus L P. & S. No. it No 7 No. I No' H W.-t. Umiteil Mixed ICt-l Limited Mixed W. Time Card IIouiiiI l:U. m. 11:5(1 p.m. Hound n West Texas Fuel Co. (SEETON'S) 1531 May Ave. El Paso, Texai Feed Seed Building Material Prompt" Service Pricei Righ 7 in rj& tizrj jzxvz 'askiii sews...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 26 March 1915

TtiE COLUMBUS COURIER. 4 years of merit are back of our Store Hardware - Groceries I A. E. KEMP I have a complete line of Hardware and Groceries and am prepared to serve the public in a wny that will please all my patrons I Come In Whether You Buy or Not spending V Four years of merit have placed us where we are today. Why? Be cause we are reliable and accommodating to all our customers and patrons. Our motto is, "To see that our customers are well pleased and that everybody gets their money's worth." Our experience has taught us What our customer! demand. 1ft certainly haOe enjoyed our (our ytart retldence here. We camt her When the town Wat email and our buelnett hat grown With the town. In celebrating our fourth annlOertary We offer the flnett line of shoes pro duced the WALK-OVER. Alto Ladles' and ltn's Clothing. Our lint of Grocerlet It complete. InOettlgote. Use Swan Down Flour Yours for Business, EL--- Personals and Locals HorM Boahl For Mr-clo,e Your money wisely is Spending...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 2 April 1915

With such a progressive citizenship as is found in the Lower Mimbres the rapid progress made here 4 years past is only natural 3k . . (font ief Vol. IV. Columbus, Luna County, New Mexico, April 2, 1915. No. 42 Show Given By 13th Cavalry Educational Column Clyde Buy a Lot Election Next Tuesday '.Tliu delightful vaudeville per fllrniiineo given' lit. tliu Oystnl 'ftientru Wednesday evening by select talent or'tlie llltli Cavalry rin the lienotit or thi' Regimental Hasob.ill Team wns 11 splendid success. Captain Hurry N. Cootus, who managed the aliuir Is IIS pleased us he call be--and why shouldn't hi' be? The thi'iitri' whs illli'd to tl'i doors at thi' two pcllornmnces, mid thi' Inliiiit displayed hy his soldier milors proved to thi' iih'It.v imd appreciative audiences that tho cuvulry hoys know more aliout thi' histrlnle art than oiu would surmise. Hcsides, tin; di'pli'ti'd tri'iisiiry or thi' baseball ti'iun whs replenished snllicently, and now tlii- rotters bulge to over Mowing. I...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 2 April 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER I'ulili.ilitHl Kvery Krlda) by The Courier Publishing Company G. E. PARKS, Editor '.ntered at tliw I'oHtoftloq nt Columbus, ew Mexico, for transmission through tlw Malls as Second Class Mall Mat Subscription Rates M j) per .year in advhncu. 42.00 per nr If not pnlil In advance. 85c for - month In udvanra. AdOertising Rates wins uniflv LDHimn liicli, euch i'i thin Hi ivnU per lii)rl I'oliiuin li. conn act. Lih'iiI eolninii i uents I in.- cin-li in-.rtlnii. Don't forget to get icady for the eican tip day next Friday. It everybody will be on the job it will not amount to very .nueh. The school election will be held next Tuesday. Willi such lien as nc have on the ticket vc can't afford to not turn out a d von for ti cm. They are men ho have had experience that well qualify them for members .'I the board of education and till try to give the city even a ujttci school than wc now Today is Arbor day, a day set apart by the governor for flaming f trees. It is rather .at...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 2 April 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. How Income Tax Law Hits Members of Congress WASHINGTON. There Isn't the (lightest doubt that it the lait congress had It oil to do over again It would nail (ait a provision to the Income tax law allowing senators and representatives to deduct their election ox- penses from their Income In making ternal rovenue bureau will not give help; it has ruled that campaign oxponsos are personal, and are, therefore, returnable aa a part of net.tncomo and sub ject to the tax. This decision. It la said at the treasury, might be altered If congressmen appealed to the secretary of the treasury and could show a basis for an inter pretatlon of 'ho law more favorable to their desires and pocketbooks. Congressmen, It Is explained, have hesitated to take this course for two reasons: first, because such an argument has been difficult to invent, and second, because It might prove embarrassing to any congressman adopting such a course The treasury department officials hint that a dec...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 2 April 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. SUDAN GRASS' ON DRY LANDS Where Cllmatlo Conditions Are Cult- d It U Mot' Promlilna Annual Hay Crop Yt Tried. tBr ALV1N KET8KO, Colorado Experi ment Biauon.j ' A nrnvlnus nrllrln on Sudan o-rass has aroused no much letter Inquiry that It la thought that further ex planation In regard to the crop would be helpful. Sudan grata belongs to tho sor ghum family of plants. It Is finer stemmed than cane and matures In shorter season. Llko all sorghums, however, it Is distinctly n warm weather plant There are very few localities where It will do well at altitudes higher than B.OOO feet. In sotno favored locations it can be grown somewhat higher than that. It la generally adapted to tho Colorado plains conditions as a dry land an nual crop. It cannot bo pastured, but makes n, very rapid growth when warmth and moisture conditions are proper. It can be expected to yield as much as a ton per acre on pfncttcally all of tho dry lands worth cultivating and In fairly favorable ...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 2 April 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. The Gall of the Ciimberlands I ty Charles HeyllFoyBk 1 With niuotrationa I from Photographs of Scenes D in the Play (OtwriiM, Ktl. b W. I. Wat! ft CcO 8YNOP8I8. Georira lsaoott, a landacapa painter, tin cQnscUua, Jtm Purvy of the llollinan oiaM naa been anot anu Homaon is bub wMM r lh rrtrnn (ttminn denlea It. 7ha ahootlns breaks the truca In tlia Uotlman-Bouth feud, teacott discovers artlstlo ability In Bamaon. Bamaon thraahea Tamarack Splcer and denouncee hfra u the "truco-bueler" wlio ahot Purvy. Bamaos tella tha South clan that ha la KOtvz t laavs tha mountains. Lcscott warn homa to New Tork. Bamaon blda Bplwr and Rally farewell and follows. In Maw York Bamaon atudlea art nnd learns ntnch of rlty ways Drennla teacott per Buadea Wilfred Ilorton. her dilettante aver, to do a man'a work In tha worm. Ipianted bv her lova. flatly teachea her cat to write. Ilorton tlirowa hlmaelf Into .tha btialneaa world and becomea well hatd by oredntorr financier and DOllll- r...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 2 April 1915

TEE COLUMBUS OQUBIEK, AN EPITOME OF LATE LIVE NEWS CONDENSED RECORD OF THE PROGRESS OF EVENT8 AT HOME AND ABROAD. FROM AIL SOURCES SAYINGS, DOINGS, ACHIEVE MENTS, SUFFERINGS, HOPES AND FEARS OF MANKIND. Wett.rn N.wtpcpeT Union Ntwt Btrvlet, ABOUT THE WAR The Turks have placed new bat teries at the Dardanelles. A tncssago from Bucharest says: ' t'he fall of Pricmysl has caused a sensation In Bucharest, and resulted In Increased popular clamor that Ru mania enter the war on tho side of the allies." A British air fleet, Hying Inland from the coast above. Antwerp, routed two Zeppelins and five Taubps In a battle In midair following au attack on the German submarine base at llol-okcn. In which one submarine was sunk and anothor badly damaeed by bombs. The size of the garrison at Przemysi and tho number of men who surrendered to the Russians greatly exceed all estimates. Accord Ins to Tuesday's dispatches received from Pctrograd tho garrison original ly consisted of 170,000 men, of whom 4...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 2 April 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. The Courier Cent-A-Wb'rd Classified Adds Advcitlseiiienis hi llls fo'iitun 'Will li Inserted In this I'liliiinn nt n cost o one rent a mint, eiiuh tune. . I( jou have anytlilnff to Ml. trndinu' rent, drlf you want u Imjr or- tritdo for yu' thing. Ml lli .world admit It In this column. Hvryhodr rends It. Dry ImlUvius nt Miller's Driijr Sjtoro. . tf - JJGlinw yonj' subscription to Dry batteries for the engine nt kifflrs Di'iitx Stoic. ' - tf . 'lli'.v it Com ier mid, they got result. Uny your -pni'k plug: for your itdto ut Miller's ilrnu; store. Subscribe for tin- Coliitulins Coiirior. E. P. & S. W. Time Card West Hound N'o. ii Limited Mi ii in.' N'o 7 Mixed I :.") p m. ICtist Mound So. I Limited Ihr.Ou.m. NV H- JW.vod !I:ir. u.m ir.vou want fo rent, liny or sell a home will nt tlie Town Co. olilee .1. W. lllr.ir. tf Your applleiitinn to prove up imidu out free of charm1, also ,in,v iiiforiiiiition ri'UHi-dir.M miiik Will be clii'l to he fiivoied wltli ill yo...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 2 April 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. 4 years of merit are back of our Store Hardware - Groceries Four years of merit have placed us where we are today. Why? Be cause we are reliable and accommodating to all our customers and patrons. Our motto is, "To see that our customers are well pleased and thai everybody gets their money's worth." Our experience has taught us hfhat our customers demand. We ctrtalnly haOe enjoyed our (our years residence htrt. We came here When the toxn sa. email and our business hat groxln mlth the ton. In celebrating our fourth anniversary nn otter the (Inett line of shots pro duced the WALK-OVER. Alto Ladles' and Hen's Clothing. Our line of Groceries Is complete. InOestlgvte. I have a complete line of Hardware and Groceries and am prepared to serve the public in a way that will please all my patrons I Use Swan Down Flour Yours for Business, A V E L - - - Come In Whether You Buy or Not 1 - - S A Your money wisely is Spending it at our store Let us lower your Grocery bill. A ...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 9 April 1915

With such a progressive citizenship as is found in the Lower Mimbres the rapid progress made here 4 years past is only, natural mmitzt Vol. IV. Columbus, Luna County, New Mexico, April 0, 1915. No. 43 Drilling Another School Well The school board are having Saall Vote -Cut Tuesday The voters of this school dis trict did not seem to take u great amount of interest in the c.Iiooh ing of hoard of education judg ing from th'.' light vote east in the election held Tuesday. Pay diiy it camp was partly i-espon-sibleforthc light vote and the heavy wind wan also a good ex cuse for many to stay awny. Ninety five voters were cast', the smallest vote cast here in a school election .for three years. Nevertheless a good hoard was elected -one that we way well he proud of. A. .1. Evans, the only member of the old board who whs it candidate for re-election, was defeated by two votes. The new hoard consists of A. (5. Ballenger and Mrs. George T. Peter, elected for two years, and .1. A. Moore, A. E. ...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 9 April 1915

THE COLUMBUS OOURIfcR. THE COLUMBUS COURIER I'lililivln-il Kvrry Krlduy by The Courier Publishing Company) G. E. PARKS, Editor Intered ul tln t'lMolllce at CTitluinbun, Nw Mexluo. (or Irninmlsiliin tlnuujf h ilw MiiiN u Second Clans Mull Mut- Subscription Rates i ."mi per venr In iidvune). M.m) pop "! If not paid la advance. rWo for .. month' in udvanee. AdOertising Rates 124 cent tr lnifl( column Inch, ihicIi urllon. IU cents per ilnirle column IH'll, OOlltl'HI't IH'tll Column " Vent iipr line eai'li Itinertlon. DOES IT TAKE YOU IN? Those who go out of Colum bus to do their trading. Those who oppose improve ments. Those who prefer a quiet, listless town to one of push and improvement. Those who imagine they run the town. Those who think business can be done slyly without ad vertising. Those who kick at public spirited men. Those who oppose every movement that does not origi nate witli themselves. Those who put on a long hicc when a stranger talks of locating here. Those who oppose ...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 9 April 1915

THE COLUMBUS COURIER. The Call of tli Cumberland By Charles Neville Buck With Illustrations from Photographs of Scenes in the Play (Cowrlibt. tan. br W. I. OTui ft C-) BYNOP8I8. On Misery creek Bally Miller find George Leecott, a landscape painter. un rantclous. Jmi purvy of the llollman clan haai been shot and Hameon la aua pected of the crime. Samagn denlea It. The ahoollns breaks the truca In tho Hollman-Kouth feud, Leacolt dlecovera artlillc ability In Bamion. Samson thraahea Tnmarsck Bptcer and denounces him na the "truee-buater" who ahot Purvy. Harmon telle the Bauth clan tlut he la colng- to leave the mountal.ia. Iecott Koee home to New York. Samaon blda Bpleer and Bally farewell and followa. In New York Hnmnon atudlca art and learna much of city woya. Drcnnle Iacott per auadee Wilfred Horton, her dilettante lover, to do a man'a work In the world. Prompted by her love. Bally teachea her aelf to write, llorlon throwa hlmaclf Into the bualneaa world nnd becomes well hated by pr...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbus courier. — 9 April 1915

THE OOWJMBUS OOUEIEE. LATE LIVE NEWS CONDENSED RECORD OP THE PROGRESS OF EVENT8 AT HOME AND ABROAD. FROM ALL SOURCES SAYINGS, D O I N Q S, ACHIEVE MENTS, SUFFERINGS, HOPES AND FEARS OF MANKIND. W.tlern Kewapaper Union If ewe Bcrvtea. ABOUT THE WAR The battle ot the Carpathian passes sow rivals the bombardment ot the Dardenelles In political possibilities. Uclgrndo has again been bombarded y Austrian guns, while Austrian air nen have dropped bombs on Ccttlnje, the Montenegrin capital. A Herman protest and threat ct re prisals on account of the treatment by 3rsat Britain ot the prisoners taken n board German submarines was made public nt London. The British losses already reportod tor the week ending March 31 were live steamers. A sixth vessel was torpedoed, but reached port. During the week, however, 1,659 vessels en tered and sailed from British ports. Preceding the reoccupatlon by the Russians of Solmac plains In Arer- jaljan province, northwest ot Uru tulah, hundreds of native Chr...

Publication Title: Columbus Courier, The
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