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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 7 November 1917

TUB EVBN1N0 CURRENT. WKDNB8QAY, NOV. 7. I91T. Evening Current Win, Hi MuManc Kditor and Manager Eat'ii'd .,- second - clans matter April !H, 1117, at the post office at Cartshad, New Mexico, under the Act f March ::, ISTt. Published .daily Euadayi etceptcd, by the Carlsbad Printing I ompany. SUBSCRIPTION KATES. One year in advance 6.00 Bit month' in advance :i on ne month In advance GO Sample, copies 06 Mmlnr "I Ikt Associated Press. The Associated PfOM is exclusively n'-itled tB the me for republication of til news ciedited to i! or not other. i ied !i i in th paper and alio he local news published herein. AU rijthl f republication of special j satche h rem IN llao reserved. Thl tatr ,,f Ml N Men , .i has gone -Iry by t 0 thnuMnd votea, This will nn daub) please the large majority, for man) believe thai when the pro mi that all excel sea in the oee of intoxicants will cease, that the da truetinn nf saloons will cure .ill Ifankenneas However, it would be interesting tn anon what the...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 7 November 1917

LOCAL NEWS THE KVBNING CURRENT. WEDNESDAY. NOV. 7. 117. Prude Brothers, of Hope, slit me ear of canncrs from Artcsia fir lipp, Tue Ray Soladay wai called to thtf ex iress office in Dallas, Texas, and lef. this .morning on the south liound -rain. He did not know just where they were going to locate him, but somewhere in Texan, will go Inter on. THKEK TRUCKS SOLD. Mrs. Soladay A. E. Tucker, of Washington, I C. who is with the government lool ing over the crops in the PoOOl valli to here for nf IW dnvs 11 guest of tin Hates hotel. II. J. Durst and wife came up toduy with Mr. Hall from Irving. Mm. Durst i I getting some dental work lone. Oliver nnd Hincs itold three truck. this week, one to W. ,1. Itarbei to be used between here and the Barber Pm runch. O, M. Cooke the hanker ha one for special use to mid from 1 his ranch and tienrgc Lucas has in vented in one to une here in town. Mr. Lucas has not sold hin homes ln t finds there is plenty of work for the teams nnl the trui k. Attorney ...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 7 November 1917

THE EVENING CUTOBNT, WEDNESDAY. NOV. 7, 117 1 ' ft - c J BUX" f r i r. m i " t! mc can be made for one-half cent i ich at a good profit, v v. w :t ill no .... in ttv rttnt IcKlwIiHWre In mar., tin 8,800,000 bah oi ! est ti al i nt each? WHY .' "For the good oi Lhe favnmr" -aid i legislator who lntrodue Lilt, Do you belie it'.' I'his a fair eampb "( the orl uf legislation thai is I rig '( t ov r" In Texni and iu ', !i i-.iny states, These u ut . ch would hav cost 119,000. At 10c each they wouh have ; 1880,000. Tii.u would liuve made a n inlmum profit for somebody of 1881,000 o. t profit ! Who do you believe would have benefited from this bill the farmer u i ian v !i made the Read all about :' In FA&M and RANCH Tha Farm Paper of tJie Southwest l-'AKM AND RANCH Is now running Senator Willacy's comi :iin: story t "The Henv? Hand Invisible Rui " which thrown the brilliant light i publicitj ti ail tha undorgro iim and n 'i ircei that control tate government! and make away with iviIImi...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 8 November 1917

ft J, r--- VOL. 1, NO. 17!i. THe Evening Current CARLSBAD, NKW MEXICO, nil ksday. NOV. . Itll. $.1.nn War, Nti Month, Iffi Copy. KERENSKY DEPOSED TROI RLE SEEMS TO CONTINI I IN GERM o BR ( HAN4 1. 1. LOB MILI1 tin dictatorship NOW sKEMS I N oil will. PEACE PARTY IN By Aaapclatad Preaa. LONDON. NOV. 8. THE MAXIMALISTS HAVE OH TAINEI) CONTROL OK PET ROGKAD ANT) I SSI II) A PRO CLAMATION SAYING THE NEW GOVERNMENT WILL PROPOSE IMMEDIATE PEACE THE SEMI - OFFICIAL RUS SIAN NEWS AGENCY AN NOUNCES THAT THE MAXI MALISTS WERE ASSISTED BY THE I'ETROGR AD GARHI SON WHICH MADE POSSIBLE COUP IV ETAT WITHOUT ANY BLOODSHED. 'London, Nov. 8. A wireless fiom Petrograd says the council of soldiers and workmena delegat-s announced -the split in th" 'ouncil had MM heal ed and n call wan sent for a delegate from each twenty-fiTc thousand pop ulation to express the will or the Rus sian army. The Maximalists movement made n fresh progress hut no disorders have NKW GOVERNMENT IN RUSSIA WILL I'ROI'OSK AN IMM...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 8 November 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, THURSDAY, NOV. 8, 1917 jREveningCurrent Wm. H. M .ii" Editor and Manager Eatercd an second - clans matter April III, lit 17, at the post office at Csrlsbad, Now Mexico, under the Act of March I, 1179. Published daily Suadnys excepted, hy the Carlsbad Printing Company. BUMCMPTION RATH. One year in udvancc 5.00 .-'ix mod tin in udvsn. a. 00 DIM month In advance . .60 Sampla copies 06 Msmher of the Associated PrcxH. The Associated Praia is exclusively tilitlod to the use for repuhlicut on of ill news credited to it or not other wise credited in this papal and also be loeiil news published In rem. All rights of republication of special lespatcnea herein ore alia reserved. II. ('. Kglcston from the I I, is here today In the interest of the firm. Buck ihnlson, from the Diamond Half ranch, wks hare last niifht (ieorire , Jones, of Koswell, wus an overnight visitor in Carlsbad. A I Rushing, of J'earl. la here toih.v looking after business affairs and I loading out with ...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 8 November 1917

THE EVENING C0RMNT, THURSDAY, NOV. ft, 1917. LOCAL NEWS It M. Thorne wax a passenger to Albuquerque last night culled there on business. Inspector lloyil Irft last night foi Kenna to inspect Home cattle thai were twin shipped out from there to day. W. J. Pollard, who hus been ill at the hospital was ditmiMMd yesterdav ami left for home in Artesia last night. The Presbyterians will join Sunday evening with the rest in the union meeting to promote the V. M. I'. A. work in the camps and trenches. In the morning the usual worship will be conducted with a sermon Ml "The (ireat Motive". THK ELECTION AT HOME. Cartload precinct votes cost for ohibition were: and against HI. i r taxation 44, and againit 886. r the judicial amendment Hit, and rainst Ml. ikewood voted for prohibition 34, ainst 42; for taxation 10, aKainst ; for the judicial district 81, against I. The returns from other points can t be given as they failed to put a I ill book outside of the various boxes, londay will probably ...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 8 November 1917

MM IV I MM. CURRENT. I HI USD A V, NOV. ft. 1917. FRENCH HERO OF AIR A SUPERMAN Guyncmcr Leaves Record of Dnr m'j Deeds on High. BROUGHT DOWN 53 PLANES Meet Pile When Fleet Under Von R'chthofen Attack Him Turned Down by Every Branch of Service He Finally Gets Into Aviation Corpa Honored Many Timet. CkWMIMf I Aw VOU fiirm the aylln- Mn with reverent brMth yon bagtn to realize thai m tin' nana, um amind- IiiK "f II. contain ii plethora nf tii. nn lug. f luyncmcr I Ynu any It, and the crystal of your mind reflect a romance of luty. of faltbfUlMNM. of ti 1 1 1 ni -1 1 . bravery ami of battles In the upper iilr. where nil ll pajrt iiiul fill wlaBIl tln fittest of tin. nations drive droning B chnulriil bird io Hit. Mhork of battle. Tou plrtun- stern eyed complete men. very serious mill very much tanned, who have a Imlill of looking over the hi'HiN of ordinary hniiimis In h far-off self contained iiiMiiii.T Hint MMH to anticipate all things ami. above) all, seem to have ii, ..I perplexity ...

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. — 9 November 1917

THe Evening Current VOL. I, NO. I7fi. ( HI.SD.D, NEW MEXICO. FBIDAY, NOV. !. 1 ?l 7 . I.'i.no Year, title. Month, r. Copy. ALLY'S TROOPS GO TO ITALY HRITISII M FBBNCH THUOOPS ARB BEING XI SIIKD TO ITALIAN I' HO NT. Italian Military Em! Nov. it. Both the British Hint Prsneh troops arc go in if toward tin- Ituliiin front. French and British representative who have come to Italy hud a eonfONMO of two hours with Kiiik Emanuel anil leavinir the king the party visited the Fronch ami British troops whirh arc going toward the front. In the party art- tin' British Premier l.loyd (Jeorifp, the French Premier Psinlevc, the Italian Premier Orlando, Lieutcn ai.t Qonorsl BobortOM who in chief of the Imperial British headquarters nd GsBOral Smuts formerly British iomniHinler in South Africa, also the Italian Foreign Minister Soninno and General Pocbi chief of staff of the French war inistry and staffs. RUSSIAN ARMY ASK K.I) TO STAND HUM AliAINST IM PERIALISTS UNTIL demo cratic PBACB IB OBTAINED By...

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 November 1917

THE EVKNING (TRRKNT. PKIDAY, NOV. 9, 1917. Evening Current Wm. H. Mulloni Editor and Manager Bam III! as Meond - class matter April hi, IV, at the post office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Ait of March :;. IV'.i Published duly Sundayi excepted. Printing Compony by the Carlsbad Bl BSCRIPTION RATES. One yeir in advunco ;.00 . months hi advance B,M One month in advance (iO Sample copies 05 Mmler n( the Associated I'rrttn. Tho Asioriated I'i es is exclusively untied to the um fur republication of ill news en ditcj tn it or not other viae credited In thm paper uml also he local newa published heroin, mi rights f republication of spoola! 'espotches heroin are also reserved. COUNTY NEWS ITEMS l l I t s. Mi w it inn. Mi 1 1 town lav aft and Mrs. Na)f Stiles were in aat Monday often n doing a cessary trading, in. i Mr James Williams came in their new ear Wit Mini mum attending tn business. Mi and Mr. ! I. Emerson visited Mr. and Mra, A. .1. Heard at the raoeh mn-th nf town hint Sunday w...

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 November 1917

illl EVENING .CURRENT, FRIDAY, NOV. 9. 1917. LOCAL NEWS OORTHRR1 ( I I It. Judge i . k. Brica mm down from RohwHi yesterday on legal i lusinesi ad returned hurt night. At the matting last tvening of i Boot tOfi' club, at the ( ommeri cluii mom.-, Kood numbti m pi m-nt anil mi lection nf officers f, lowed i w. A. Poo re, was eleete president, A. .1. I. inn. secretary, n Francis li. Ryan, treasurer. Com nltteei will be appointed by tin- pn Went mi publicity, good roads, gov treeti and many other things for the betten of Carlsbad, Joe Sutton, from the Black rive country, spent yesterday m Carlsbad called hen on business. Mr. Doepp ami irife returned las: evening to Roewcll after a few .lays in Cnrlslmd at tin- Hates hold. Will Smith anil family of Rock J pent iiii' iiny witd Mr. Smith'. par ents, Mr, ami Mrs. Sam It. Smith. Mrs, sm It. Smith motored I" the ranch today, Mrs Richard Smith ami the boys returning with her af ter Spending the week with Mr. Sam It. Smith. Hardin Mark ami Ric...

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 November 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, FRIDAY, NOV. . 117. THE CONSTITUTIONAL AMEND MENTS ELECTION. NEW Mi n n is PL ICED IN "DRY" i 111. 1 MN in 2 TO I VOTE Returns i rom Eighteen i ike T.n- t) Light I Dunlin Initiate Hi).' Ma jorlli lor tin- intendment. Ilil III I lil I II IN II MM.lt I I. VI MS 20,000 M .l I tIC I 1 V . Available Kigurea on i'ropn.d nt Ann iiiIiiii in Art- Si ulll. Ml III De feat is tpparent. Albuquerque Journal. That prohibition icored a swoop Hit' irietOT) yesterday was the story told n election returns from eighteen of the twenty-eight counties if the talc. Estimates b) county chairman ami eml official votes from sixteen counties placed every one of them In the "dry" column and returns from Bingle prtcincU in the others favored the amendment, it. K, Parley, luperintenfent of the Ariti saloon league, dei-lHred confi dently that the "dryii" had carried the slate by not less than 20,000 ina Jority, bating his estimate on returns received at the league's office until midnight Beml ...

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 November 1917

The Evening Current VOL. I. NO. 177. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY. NOV. In. Dtlf. lr.00 Yrar, fide. Month. .1c. ( opy. ROME ANNOUNCES THAT ENEMY HAS HE EN CHECKED. SEVENTEEN I. W. W. MEM HERS i Mild ii AND FEATHERED. By Associated Preas. Bonn, Nov. 10. The enemy haa heon checked in the OdtO Valley, tin war onVa MinounMd today. The hos tilp thrust at Broeon in the Teaino Butn was aisd chocked. Pront Boae- gnnn to tin IN the Italian PMT guard wan dleengaging themeelvea from thr enemy and have ineateded in crossing the Piave river, blowing up all the bridge after them. Tic Italian guard force which has been surrounded at LorenaaGaiuct.edod have forced their wav out. REVOLUTIONISTS IN Rl SSI A Mil PROCEEDING WITH THE ORGANIZATION OF A C Mil NET My Axaoc iated Presa. I Tulsa, Oklahoma, Nov. 10. The I where almuts of seventeen half mil, td, severely lieaten mtWDOJl "f Ul 1 Industrial Workers of the World who WON Hogged with i-nt-oninc-tiuls and irttd aild feathered hint night b) '.sixty...

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 November 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. SATURDAY, NOV. 10. I17. CTeEvening Current Wm. H. Mullane Editor and Manager Entered n second - class matter April Hi, 1017, at the post office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act of March S, 1178. I'ubllihed dally Sunday excepted, by the Carlsbad Printing Company, SUBSCRIPTION KATES. One year in advance 6.00 Six rimnt hs in ad-nnre d 00 one month in advance .00 .Sample copies 06 Member of the Associated Press Ths Associsted Press ii exclusively r'l'hrunry. :I3,:I08M; I., I In I hi. ..... for r..n,iV.li,-it,..t, ..ft 1 KO ll ; April, !,477.:il ollice are made on and after October I. when rentals on leased lands and a majority of payments on contracts tti purchase fall due. I loth lease and contract payments are more nearly complete tb.s Mai than, m any pre vious October in the history of the ollice The October settlement brings the total of st.ite land payments into the treasury for the present fiscal vein to 61iO08,6O0.OO. With the in- coms of the present mo...

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 November 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, SATURDAY, NOV. 10. 1917. LOCAL NEWS There will In- n meeting of tl Booster's C lub Monday niKht at ti club room. .lark lllncs ami Aud Lusk left I a few hour'H hunt today and will pi bably bring Imck MUM uail I ducks. D. W. Ricktnan and little son, n Mm. (. It Cowdcn (Ma Miss I Belle (iray) arc planning n trip the ranch to spend Sunduy with h I parents. llcrshel Lmi nnd wife will hu for their Sunday guests at the ran 1 hi mother, Mrs QeorgO Lucas, nn Mr. and Mrs. John l.ucas. The sale at MoriUky'a on the 7th wan well attended and everything wa bought ut fair prices. It got lale sooner than they were planning and the buyer, began leaving before they could g, i to the dattle. Norn- of the cattle were sold. The Red Cross la dies netted about $75 on the diMMf they served. There was a good crowd and all wi re pleased with the day. YOUR CHANCE Invest a few thousand III Motor stock. Over $1,OOJ,000 arid, Shares s.x n will BE HIGH, NOW pi slare. Cannon Hall Motor Co., or...

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 November 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, SATIIHIM . NOV 10. 1917. 4 r Smart Boots We are showing a large of Ladies and Misses BOOTS that have QUALITY, STYLE and SERVICE combined. It's Practicing Economy when you invest money in Shoes that are made right and lasted well. Ladies Ten inch Boot in Black or Khaki, Fawn, Grey, Tan, Mahogany. $5.00 to $10.00 IT S WORTH SOMETHING TO BE FIHED RIGHT L asw - 1 -asasW tEI Aeukjfl LsH J. I. PITS THE ARCH Joyce, Pruit Co. WE INT vol it I K IDE FRENCH HERO OF AIR A SUPERMAN I Guynemer Leaves Record of Dar ing Deeds on High. BROUGHT DOWN 53 PLANES Ml Fat Whin Fleet Under Von Richthofen Attack. Him Turned Down by Every Branch of Service Ht Finally Oata Into Aviation Corpa Hono-ed Many Tlmea. OifHIWl An you form the aylla bles with reverent breath '"ii begin to realise that sags the name, tin- anund inn of it. MMUUM ii plethora of mean ing. Ouyi icr! You any It, and tho crystal of foil? nil ml reflect a romance of duty, nf faithfulness, f tltrvtatle bravery ami of DCttt...

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 November 1917

Tire Evening Current vol. i,"no. in. 1 1 1 1 CARLSBAD. NEW MEXICO, MONDAY, NOV. It, IB1T. 15.00 Year. fiOc. Moalh. it. PRESIDENT APPEALS FOR SUPPORT OK ORGANIZED LABOR JN CONDUIT OK WAR By Associated Proas. Auditorium, Buffalo, N. Y., Nov. 12. President Wilton made a para anal and moat eloquent appeal for the fall aupport of organised labor for the government In the conduct of the war. Speaking before the annual aoaventlon of Ihe American Keaora- tioa of Labor, he declared thai the war could not poaaibly be won unleai all factions In this country unit in a common causa and sink all thair differences. The president referred to 41m present as "a time more critical than the world has yet knew," aaa aid It- was important "in this mo ment of counsel to remind ourselves how the war came about." He con tinued: "This is the last decisive issue between the old principle, of power' and the new principle of free dom. War was started by Germany, notwithstanding the fact that her authorities den...

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 November 1917

THf KVFMNC ( I'HRKNT. MONDAY, NOV. 1J, ItlT. IteEveningCurrent '.Vtn. H. Mullane F.ditnr and Manager) l.ntri . I as second class matter April 1, 1917, at the post oltlce at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act of March 3, 187i. Published daily Sundays excepted, by this Carlabad Printing Company. SUIISCKIITION RATES. One year in advance ft. 00 Six months in advance . II. DO tine month in advance f0 Sample copiea 05 Minlw r of the Aaaorlated Press. The Associated Priss ia exclusively ntitled to the use for republication of1 ill newa credited to it or not other wise credited in thii paper and also he local news published herein. All rights of republication of special 'espatches herein are also reserved. PRACTICAL PATRIOTISM. Tin hotel and restaurant pmpr.o- tors of Carlsbad will give the town mi exhibition of practical patriotism, beginning with the tirst wnentlcss meal on Wednesday noon of this wi'i'k nd following with a meatless day on Pfidvy, It will be the rule and pnictlcc of till ...

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 November 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, MONDAY. NOV. 12. 1117. LOCAL NEWS Hie Catholic ladies will hold hei. ajaar on the 24th. M. E. Bilbrey and friend, were over lifrht guests, al the Rlghtway hot Saturday. YOUR CHANCE. Invest ii few thouiand in Motor tuck. Over fl.OOJ.OOO arid. Sharei oon will III: HIGH. NOW per dare. ( nnnon it a 1 1 Motor Co., or Texico. N. Mex. See Misa Rutter, at Hates Hotel. Clarence Hayes, of Blue Sprint ranch, is here today, retuiniiiK fro, business trip t Roawell. Mr and Mn. Paul Ares came down from the ranch yesterday and arc here today visiting and chopping. Phil Weathcrspoon from the Dcla ware ranch, . - here today looking for men to help on the ranch.. Mr. and Mrs lieathermun, who lave i mi. In-, I Ht the 9K for a number if years, ure changing their interest to Van Horn, moving the last of '.heir household roods this week. They are splendid ranch people mid uive friends too numerous to mention n this part of the county. Tbey go .tith the good wishes of nil who know hem,...

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 November 1917

IK BVSNIKC CURRENT. MONDAY. NOT. It, Itl7. i t 4 : - I f r i v r 4 c 1 s I. 1. b 1 1 4 1 i: "a WHEN A FELLOW Has "something" the other fellow ought to know about its up to the first fellow to speak , Trefo 4 ' ;-r- I ej tI . WE HAVE 4W Stein-Block Smart Set i and . Mfcheal Stern Clothes FOR MEN and the very best clothes for ladies Peoples Mercantile Co, M Where Things Are New" eacaapmentf. Ta eclatlod ra alag a n week ontertatameal circuit ni th am ul to paring it companies of entertainere. who ara t ray alia g to SO campa far form lag W fara th naa la each of th draft oampa the T. M O. A. ha Ian eeeratarle engaaod la educational work. Tka aaaootottoa ta aoelog to It that erery ana rh cannot aph Bafltob to utugRI to dfe, ao la many of taa namp tka aaao atottoa kaa elngiag director, who is tea Mag tka aaa to alag tka papatar aad martial air that da a araak to kaap ap tkalr aptrlta. Of tl T. M. C. A. man at Camp Dlt only thro ara balag paid fall Jab arlaa. la all tka camp tka aajarkw....

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 November 1917

lEe Evening Current OL. 1, NO. m. CARLSBAD. NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY, NOV. IS. 1117. 15.00 Year. fiOc. Month, Sc. Copy. BRITISH PREMIER STIRS UP A STORM UY PARIS SPEECH. Jlv Associated Press. London, Nov. 13.--The speech by Premier Lloyd George in Paris has stirred the local press. His allusions to the allies' "increditable blonder" re printed under sensational head lines and comment is mixed un with criticism of the new allied war coun cil. Aa announced by Chancellor Honor Law several newspapers crit icise the new military plan and ac cuse the premier of wishing to take over the strategic direction of the llied campaign. Rumors in the Run day newspapers of the impending re tirement of Field Marshal Haig and General Robertson, chief of the gen eral staff, has caused some comment t Ora, which insinuate that the re ports were sent afloat intentionally by semi official hints. STRIKES AFFECTING WAR ENTERPRISES CALLED OFF. KF.KKNSKY FORCES ARE DEFEATED, IS REPORT RE CEIVED B Y WIRELESS. I Boi...

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