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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 13 November 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. -TUESDAY, NOV. 13, 1917. fitEvening&irrent Wm. H. Mullanc -Editor and Manager Entered an iccond - elaia matter April 111, 11)17, at the poit office at Carlabad, New Mexico, under the Act of March I, 1H7U. Published daily Sundays excepted, by tha Carlabad Printing Company. SUBSCRIITION RATES. ate year in advance 5.00 Six months in advance . 3.00 One month in advance 60 Sample copies 06 Member of the Associated Press. T4e Associated Press is exclusively nulled to the use for republication of til sews credited to it or not other wise credited in this psper and also he local news published herein. All rights of republication of special leepstchea herein are also reserved. Member f the Associated I'reaa. The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled ici the use fur republication nf ail mwi dispatches enaltod to it ir not otherwise credited In this pit -per anil also the local iicwj published heruln, AMERICANS LEARN TO USE BIG GUNS A YEAR OP CHEER. A lot of (rood f...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 13 November 1917

THK KVENINO CIHHKM. .MONDAY, NOV. 11. 117. LOCAL NEWS Allen Stewart and wife return' Sunday from a ten day' pleaiu and business trip on the plaint. W. W. Wilkfrson wai quite ill y terday and laat night with a aeve atUck of hi grippe. Ray Soladay writea from (rnines vllle, Texaa. that he is taMoned then and if he finds things juat right hi will be with the express company. Bob Bruce was here ycsterdr.y anil today attending the meeting of the county commissioners. Earnest Shafer, wife and little son, Earnest, Jr., are in town today shop ping and looking after business. Miss Wyman, a sister of T. O. Wyman, of Irving, came Saturday from Kentucky and expelts to spend the winter with her brother and fam ily Miss Maude Wyman and mothrr nre in town today. Miss Maude has been quite ill with la grippe, but is better today. YOUR CHANCE. Invest a few thousand in Motor stock. Over 1,0')JOOO sold. Shan't soon will BE HICill. NOW per si are. Cannon Hall Motor Co.. or Texico, N. Mex. Sec Miss Rutte...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 13 November 1917

THK EVENING CURRENT, TUESDAY, NOV. 18. Itl7. ' ' ' ; Which Side arc TOtV On? Are yon one of the many thousand taxpayers Of course if you belong to the latter class you who IMm tlu-y govru the state and who every will not Iw interested to know that tiie number of year send in their hard earned monev at the front atate employea has increased from 1DU7 In 1007 to door of the state eapitol to defray the cost of gov 4.'17! in 11)17. You will see no necessity for pub- ernment? lishinjr Die fact that the "travel inir expends" of Or, are you one of tlioee sleek, well-frd, su- Btate employee increased from f23,CQ0 in 1007 to pefbiy dteeeed and leisurely geiillenV'n who take IjUli.ooo in 1917, or about 800 pei cent, money out ( Im - i'ooT by the Htfful Slid hov Wot if you helongr to the taxpayinjr class you el ful, i"i i who are i..e ones who realty ' govetu will is.- mightily interested to know tiie why of the state? (heee facts. Tl.c pint e to find out la in the pares of ew4 t - ej m I arid...

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. — 14 November 1917

The Evening Current VOL. 1. NO. 1IK. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 14, 1917. IS.00 Year. 60c. Month. 6c. ( epy. PROVISIONAL (JOVERNMENT NOW CONTROLS RUSSIA By Associated Press. Undon, Nov. 14. The Finnish Tel egram Bureau say the whole of Rus sia except a small pert of Petrograd, ie ww In the hands of the provision 4 government Kerensky U now in Petrorrttd and W taken virtually the entire eRy, uyi the bureau. Traveler from Petrograd- amy that when they left the capital there waa fl grit trig In the itreeta between Bolaheviki and the popoulne. The Petrograd garrison ii reported to be deserting Bolaheviki and the allied ombasaies are said to have gotten in tea eh with Kerensky. The people of Pahrograd, the traveler said1, ware turning down the Bolaheviki provia ioaata and hooting their loadem. CARMAN'S DES1RIOU8 OP REGAINING PASSCHENDAEI.K QUESTION WILL BE ASKED EVERY ONE KKGIS TKKr.ir. QUEEN ITEMS. QBRM NS TKYING TO CROSS PI AVE HIV KK. We arc having beautiful weather I tor 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. — 14 November 1917

THK gVBNjjjfl CIKKKM, WKDNRSDAY. NOV. II. 1917. REveningCurrent Entered as second - class matter April 16) I'.'IT, at the post office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act of March 3, 1871). Published dally Sundays excepted, by the Carlsbad Printing Company. SUBSCKIITION RATES. One year in advance 5.00 Sue months in advance 3.00 One month in advance 60 Sample copiea 05 Mniber of the Associated Press. f ihas. J. llicrkun, machinist from the Ihtorlypc I orpo ration, with bead ,, ,, ., ..... . Mn.ir i "' t " "means, came Wm. H. Mullanc hd.ter and Manager I iualltn the new machine for the Current. Mr. lircckon will In- with us a few days to start the linest machine ever to have been installed in New Mexico the very last in composing machines and us ierfect as n machine can be. The electric heatiiiK pot for ho.it iinz the metal is one feature, in itself, that is worth hundreds as a time aaver, for it has a thermostat, the 'duty of which is to keep the heat at the desired point so that f...

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. — 14 November 1917

THK KVKNINO CURRENT, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 14. 117. LOCAL NEWS Frank Wesley and Turah Tarbutto I both from the ioving district, are ii town today looking after business Mr. Francis II. Ryan is report' quite ill today. She is planning leave in a few days to spend tl winter in Nebraska with relator ai aee If the change will ' nefll her. .! May, of the I'lains, who so thirty mules to Will Hindel, was i overnight truest of the Itightway h tel. Mrs. Itoyi Kakcr whs culled last night to l,a Huerta where she will nurse Mrs. W. II. Pcarse, who was quite ill butt night and today. Hilly Heeler came in from the Point where he ranehos last nighl and has been busy -all day seeing old friends and getting things ready for the return trip. Billy is looking fine and says he is feeling fine and is well pleased with his ranching interests. Jasper Simpson and family are moving to Weed to the Blue Water ranch of Wilhird Bales where he will make a helper either on the ranch or in the alfalfa lid, Mr. Bates hus...

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. — 14 November 1917

THE KVENINU CURRENT, WKDNKHDAY, NOV. 14, lt!7. BRITISH WORK OF TRANSPORT IS STAGGERING Problems Almost Beyond Con ception Had to Be Solved. BUILD MILES OF NEW ROADS Scarcity of Shipping and Lang Veyagae Vatly InertiM th DlffleuJMM Amaalng Statistic on th Subject Msve Jutt com Avallakl Traf fic la New Tripled. Mi problem of transportation which Oraat Britain haa had to solve during th war I almost beyond conception. Mot much ban been ald shout It, be cause It haa been necessary for rea aona of caution to suppress Informa tion. Only quite recently hovs any of the smsclng statistic of the subject become available. Britain haa been requires! not only to build and equip It artnlM alnca the war began nnd to tranaport them to tha fighting area In widely aeparated parta nf the world, but alio to provide ocean transportation for moat of tha requirement of Ita alllea; for Italy, for France, for the army of the Orient for the Meaopotamlan expedition, for Kaat and Weat Africa ; to bring troop f...

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. — 15 November 1917

The Evening Current VOL. I. NO. Ml. CARLSBAD, NKW MEXICO, THURSDAY. NOV. 13. II7. MiW Year, tide. .Month, Sc. Copy. CARPENTERS WANTED Lumber Company. QrovMiVlLLA FORCES Now IN POSSESSION OK (VI IN AO A. NI'MHKH OK AMERICAN soi.DlKKs HAVE BEEN mi i i ii Itv SHELL l li(K. h Associated Proaa, With the American Army In France Nov. 15. a number of American Mi dlers have lici'ii killed or wounded in the recent shelling of American trenches by the Hermans. One shell, which dropped into the trench caused CVOrel casualties. The American in tillery Are has been henvji recently nml then" in good reason to lielieve that it has RCCOUItted for consiilei able in. ruin i . of the enemy. .Jty AlUOClntOd Press, i Ojinagn, Mexico, Nov. 16, VA'.a forces a ain hold a portion of the SJogicMI lionler anil the Mexican fed eral army slop: last night in an in ,t .tin, cut MUM) at PlwidtOi Texas, ipositc here following two hours of jmshiiIi of Ojinnga. The Villa follow ,c occupied the plasa at eight o'clock y...

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. — 15 November 1917

THE BVENINQ (THRKNT. THURSDAY. NOV. IS, 1917. 1 ! IheEveningCurrent Wm. H. Mulluno Kditor and Manner Kntercd M MCond - clnss matter April Hi, 1917, at tho post office nt Carlntiml, New Mexico, under the Ait of March :', IS79. Published daily Sundays excepted, b the Carlsbad Printing Company. si ilst hiption R ATM, Om ycur m advance fi.00 Six BIOBUm in advuncc 11.00 Mm' month in advance CM Sample ropicii 05 Memher of the Associated Press. The Associated l'nss is exclusively titled to the uss In republication f ill newi credited to it or not othor i. -i' CfOdltod in this paper ami also he local nowa published herein. All rights f repabllcatlon of ipoelal isipotches herein are alao reserved. TWKNTY-FIVK YEARS. Twenty five veins ago tudny the Jlrst issue of the Cuircnt wan piint- ad ami it has never rnloaod nn issue of the weekly since and wag generally wm "ii lime, Beams lone time bul tO look haek is only a '.rifle. The I urn if todu has a larger bWilMSS than svor before in it history....

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. — 15 November 1917

TIIK EVENINO (TRRENT. THURSDAY. NOV. 15, J9I7. LOCAL NEWS Miss Lorcnc PdwM has been il all week anil out f Behoof. She wn. reported hotter toduy. i I, Heals, the hustler when i comes to changing rattle, went to Al toia jreaterday t look at bum which he will sell Inter. Mm. Wm. Young, of If ebb, Okla., rnd daughter, arrived yesterday. Mr. oung traded Oklahoma property ith Mr. iulhright for the pawe In i vned hen . They have spent n fWf two in th vnlley before they aded for this property. Mr. Young driving the ear through and n , 1 join them hart in a raw days. K. I). Ijealie, who drive the lilg wngon for the People Mercantile I'ompany between here and Ixiving ton, came in well loaded with turkeys and chicken. The turkey changed bunds at 1! cents on foot and did not laat long. He wa. having very little trouble in selling the chickens. SALE AM) I'SK OP EXPLOSIVES. Miss .laikson, the fourth grud. teacher, him been ill this week will, lagrippe. C. W. Cmwdcr, M old time rosi denter of the...

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. — 15 November 1917

THK EVENING CI'RRF.NT. TIII'KSDAY, NOV. 15, 1H17. t mm A aria Gage is Particularly Adapted to the AFTERNOON TEA EVEAING DANGE Smart and Inexpensive JoycePruit Go. IVe tVai Vowr Trade' COMPELS TEXAS TO TRY HER FOR MURDER if ha.' srv trv : ; w : ; i? h vs m -tj MIm Kiiiiiiii lluigcmeUter, an ottnu trv fjenaao lunoo ximt it bftwM mined Otto Kohlcr at Still Antonio, !Vx. After being arrested nnil put mi Igal ball Min- left tin Ntutc declaring h- hail been urged, in n no hy her HorMfa. Doolrtag elear tar mm ho Ueimimhd u trial recently fur Ihu booting, blob occurred ihree year k'u. ENLIST YOUR LENS IN ARMY Signal Corps short In Supply for Air piano Fleet. Tta signal corps In faring such n no rlovi problem in supplying lenses fur eameraa fur tta great fleet of otaervn tlOO llrptHDOl now being hull) for scrv. IM With the American army in Km mo thai the ohlff signal oineer has Issued nn appeal to private owner to anUat their lenses fri the nnny. The Imreau of standard of the de partment of ...

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. — 16 November 1917

0 ft The Evening Current VOL. 1. NO. 182. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, NOV. 16, 1917. 13.00 Year, 60c. Month, Sr. Copy. ITALIANS LOOSEN FLLODGATES OK PI AVE RIVER ON ENEMY. By AssocisUd Pre. Italian Headquarter In Northern Franco, Nov. 16. The Hood gate of the Piave and Sile or old Piave river", nave been opened by Italian military engineers and the enemy is now faced i by another Yier of inundations. The flood wan looaened at a point where the enemy succeeded in crossing the I Piave near (irisolea, four miles iroin the coast and the whole region where he gained lodgment ia now unde- wa ter. The inundated territory formi a huge triangle on each aide with an apex at Dona Di Piave. The enemy haa been driven back but still held on within this triangle until the dykes from both rivers released water overt he low lying plain. The chief menace at that point was that the enemy might be able to approach Venice through the lagoon or bom bard the city from his position be tween the river. Th...

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. — 16 November 1917

I THi: BV KM NT. CURRENT. FRIDAY. NOV. 16. 1011 BJt vening Current Wm. H. Mullanc Kditor and Manager Kntered ua second - clas matter April 16, 1917, at the post oflicc ut Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act of March 3, lMT't. Published daily Sundays excepted, liy the Carlsbad Printing Company. URtCRlPTlON KATES. One year in advance 6.00 Six months in udvance 3.00 one month in advance 60 Sample copiei 06 Member of the Associated Press. COUNTY NEWS ITEMS The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication .if nil news dispatches credited to it r not otherwise credited In this pa per iiml also the leu ill news published herein. "PATRIOTIC IMTY." In Unit times of a world war, high price und starvation for some there is considerable difference of opinion as to the "patriotic duty" of the average citizen. The United State Steal Corporation managed to make during the past year, six hun dred and eighty-five thousand dollars clear profits to divide amonR its al ready we...

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. — 16 November 1917

TIIK EVENINC. CURRENT. FRIDAY. NOV. 16. 1917 LOCAL NEWS The W. C. T. U. will hold a cnll meeting nt the Methodist church to riKrrw afternoon nt three o'clock and an many an can are rcquoatoi to at tend for some urKent business will In before the houie. JUST THREE. BOY OF 14 FIGHTS BULL Twenty ounce Liberty Loaf, at th Model Markut Hakery, 10 cents. The obliging and courteous J. E. Todd, of the Overland company, anil hid wife, are in town. They were at one lime located in Carlsbad. Earnest Ha i row, of El I'aso, well known here as salesman fo' the Kei -by L'jmber Company, is here today at his accustomed I topping pln"c, the Bates The San Antonio candy man, Frank Origgs, is on the streets today. , J. ('. Christian, from the factory at Toledo for the Overland curs and Messrs Todd, Cox, and Oilette, are here today. . Little Miss Juanita Hoyd was a lost attractive hostess yesterday nf rnoon, who with her mother, (innd other Oosset t, untir Violet, and illie Mae Nelson, entertained u .nim...

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. — 16 November 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. FRIDAY, NOV. 16, 1917. NDMMI88IONER8' PROCEEDINGS. BE IT REMEMBERED, That on his 12th day of November, A. D., ill", Mm Board of County cummin sinners f Eddy County, Now Mexico, met in special session ut which Mm following proceedings won hmi: Pi'Wint! Mr. I . A. Swiguri, Chairman. Mr. C, K. Mann, ComtnlnloiMr from Diltrkt No. i, Mr. K. 1 1. Bruce, Commissioner from District No. 8 J. T. Cooper, Deputy sheriff A. K. O'Oainit, County Clerk. The Hoard proceeds to canvass the Te'.urns of the election held Novem ber ' t h , and find the vole polled at raid election on the proposed ennsti utional amendments as follows: ft A c t m m h m S 3 . S. x B zr 3- p m t. si s- ? KB! a o 'S S 3 3 3 5 5 a. m. 3 2 3 1 3 3 3 3 It r 3 3 Pf II Jl ' 1 I I I 3 1 1 it I ( nrlshad Mala gu Hope .akewoiiil 1 J'.IH K (0 8M !'. 2lil 2 84 0 ID UK 21 15 8181 U 16 MO HI 42 I :h 42 18 5H 81 40 Artesiii layton Queen s 21 Loving 1 1 64) otis ii 84 Cottonwood Hi 'ill (1 27:i 86 Mi 2UH ISO 1 4M 7 44 ...

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. — 17 November 1917

pa THe Evening Current VOI,. I. NO. IN-'. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO, svrniiMv NOV. it. IfU S.V00 Year, Uc. Month, Sr. lory. 0 4 i -t S PAPER WAS COMPOSED ON THE NEW MULTIPLE MAGAZINE INTERTYPE AND MAC! AUXILIARY IE 'LAN RUN AND M AL MELTED BY OF THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMPANY WHICH ALSO LECIRICITY FURNI SHED ROM THE COMMENCED OPERATIONS TODAY. ll LnaaflP MT II I asNaV i - v sJRbW jt" imjt B .iisL-jA al B pCH ir (IHRM ANS XM VlsilllWs (OXTIM K TO IIIIKAK THK ITALIAN LINK ON Pl.t YK. Ily Associated Preas Koine. Nov. 17. On the north cm tnountnln front anil along IBS lower Have river acrnaa the plniiiH the OenmiiiH ami Anatrlnna yester day continued withv lolenre to break the Italian lines. They ef fected the crossing of the Plave at two more points hut were driven hack by the Italians with large Iosscb Including one thoiiHand men who were made prlKonera. In the mountains the ItaliaiiH defended theli positions effectively. TWO HI UN Kit TO MATH. By Associated Press. Tulsa. Oklahoma, Nov. 17. ...

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. — 17 November 1917

TIIK KVKNING CURRENT. MATVMMV NOV. 17. HH7. fbveningCurrent Wm. H. Mullanc Kditnr snd Manager Entered ni second - clan matter April 16, 1917, at tho poit office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act of March I, 187D. Published dally Nundayt excepted, by the Carlabad Printing Company. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One year in advance 600 Six months in advance a.00 One month in advance 60 Sample coplea U Member of the Associated I'resa. The AMociatd Press in exclusively mtitled tn the une for republication of all new dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in thin pa per end alee the loial newt publlened herein. I . M in li v.. BOY OF 14 FIGHTS BULL Ohio Youth Mikes Record ee Torea dor Without Weapom. Spain, land of toreadors, should hear of Albert Tloamer, fourteen, of Parkman, Ohio. As a bull fighter Hnsmer hss Jnst msde a record, without weapona. A bull owned by the boy's father charted as he sought to feed the ani mal an apple. He grasped the bell ring of the maddened animal an...

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. — 17 November 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, HATTHDAY NOV. 17, lIT. LOCAL NEWS I"nnl Curry, the Hemlnntoi typewriter man. In here in autkmi.v Mini Cnmohell and llnnkel llin ham, from the !tK rmnh wWO OTt night mienl of tin- Hatcn hotel. Messrs. Cumphcll and DlDh(l left thin innmlnn for t In- !iK ram And I, imk left fur llonwell fff terdiiy mnrninv and expects ti spend tin1 week-end In that city. Mr. Matty, auditor for th Baata Fe. In here today looklnn atti'i business eon nected With the road. Mm. Hot) III lice MM dotttl nicely til week, lut wan reported not so well today. Mrn. P l. McMahan died lust Bight nl her home In Arteniu uftci an Illness of I In it weekn. She hnn resided In Artcslu a number of veais and Max devoted her life to her family andh cr rcllnlon, brlnn mi. up her Iio.vh and ml- done to thi' tlironr of xlnry. She whb never found sleeping when she could nay tw ord lor her llctleeiiicr. Then arc a numlicr of children In the family, lour and ax many duiinhtcrs, a InvlriK husband and a numlicr ...

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. — 17 November 1917

SPECIAL ONLY ONE MORE DAY Monday, November 19 From the extensive line of FISK & GAGE HATS We selected a I United number of our LATEST FALL DESIGNS, and will place on Sale Saturday and Monday only. Values from $7.00 to $16.50 Special Price ... $5.50 See the Window Joyce - Pruit Co. it We Want Your Trade" i PRINCESS IS WORKER . I IN FRENCH H0D!TAL V , ML.. ''aTBamr Iksbbv CjtH aus) lfhe War has provided a fine lot of excuses for poor mer chandise or needless high prices, but there mre exceptions. W ayne Knit hose occupies the same position it has always held - it is still standard for stocking quality, in spite of all sorts of manufacturing handicaps. Prices have advanced with the increased cost of yarns, dyes, labor and even needles; but the stockings are the same good old quality as before: and whether you buy silks, cot tons or lisles, you know you are getting the Wayne Knit service you have become accustomed to. T. C. HORNE IMKHICAM VUUTOINQ PROMT LINK Till : 'HKH HWK A VKIIV ...

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. — 19 November 1917

The Evening Current VOL. I. MO. IBB. ; . . raw MEXICO, MONDAY. Nov. n. ni7 Vcitr. Mb. Moatk, .v. Copy. Italy's Onslaught Pours Death in Enemy Line on Piave River kii mi.i. trhat ron HACK ONLY with IMHi HI i t I'ssim TO C.AII AUSTRIANS FORCED BACK ON WEST BANK, LEAYIN6 1,500 KILLED AL0N6 WATERS EDGE Itnlinn Headquarters In Northern Italy, Nov. 18. ( By Associated Press.) The Austrlans who forced their way across the Pluve river a bove Kenson, have bee n thrown In to the river nnd drowned, bayonet tod, killed or raptured until now not one of the enemy remain on the went hnnk. The fight wan one of the most foarful chapters of the present war and one of the moat glorious. Details were gathered from eye witnesses, who saw the fearful earnuge through Friday niKht and yesterday. Th wounded were so numerous that muny have not yet received succor. The enemy staked everything on getting to the west bank of the Plave river and the Italians ataked everythlnK on keep ing them on the oust hank. A...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
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