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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 12 May 1917

r ,' jsar- . " c . wr"r;. wr THE EVENING CURRENT VOU 1. NO. 14. CARLSBAD. NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, MAY 11, 117. 15.00 Year. Mc. Month. 3r. C COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM RENDERED STOCKMEN AND U. S OFFICIALS DISCUSS FENCING PROBLEM EXERCISES GIVEN LAST NI6HT AT SCHOOL AUDITORIUM MARK ENDOF SCHOOL Laot niirht witnessed the graduation of the largest class ever to have rommencad life from the Carlsbad achooli. The names and pictures of the graduates have been shown in thia paper and no doubt our readers are quite familiar with the voung folks time The exercises commenc ed promptly at eight when the claaa marched into the high school audi torium with the exception of Nettie Smith, who was ill and unable to at tend the exercises, leaving one va cant chair. The appearance of the claas as it filed in after the big aud ience wax seated wait tbe signal for loud and spontaneous upplnuse nml hand clapping. After the class was seated Miss Florence Owen appeared at the piano and treated th audi ence to one ...

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 May 1917

THE EVKNING riTHRKNT. BATOHDAT, MAT It. ltlt. IwEveningCurrent Vm H. Mullsnr Editor and Managi t SUBSCRIPTION KATK8. One year in advance Ifi.OO Six ii. mi' i in advance . 11.00 On ii. nth, in advance .0 Sample copies .05 Entered an second-clas matter April 16, 1917, at the pout office at Carlsbad, New Mexico under the Act of March I, l7s" Published daily, gutnU, . excepted, by the Carlsbad Printing Company. It was with pardonable (Ipkiw of aatixfarUon. nut to eay professional pride, in the ork of art recently produ.Md in the Current office, the High sdhoo! annual, "The Kcho", that Sante Fe Railroad's Expenses Increased Wheat Market Wild; Prices Leap Higher HIGH COST OF LIVING NAS BY NO MEANS FAILED TO BE FELT BY RAILROADS Amnrillo, Tex., May 11, 1117. "The operating BMt of railroad is increas 1nir greatly," say K. J. 1'arker, Gen- Wtf noted th.. high compliment paidlcral Manager 01 WaWIII MM oi mc the de ol printing when I'rof. Ceo. Santa ft Railway. M. Brinlon. ipaaking lu th, "Thp...

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 May 1917

THE KVENINO CUmKHT. SATURDAY. MAY 11, U17. LOCAL NEWS R r. Mad., who ranches beyond ths New Mexico Texas Hne, came in last night and ia here today. Cy B. Livingston took passage on he uth bound tram thia morning for week' visit to hia wife at Tem ple, Texan. He will alio visit at Dal ian and adjacent citlea. W. M. Fellera a traveling man from viand. Ohio, waa in the city over night on buaineas and leave today for northern pointa in the valley. The Meaar. VYriirhU from KftMiMi I who cam here at the time Mr. Tta nin came, one of them, John, hia aon-in-law, bought out the dray and iteami belonging to the Pecos Vallev Tranafer Company and took chsrge f the teams yetterday. They are reliable men and no doubt will have a share of the business. MOVED TO RANCH. Will Ed. Carter and wife have mov td to the farm tn mien, I ttm ,.,ci, They think that out-door life will be good for the little Miss, who haa not been very strong since she came. Ilaxter Culp and Reagan Middleon left for their homea...

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 May 1917

TBI EVENING CUE BENT. 8ATUBDAY. MAY It, Itlf. Be As Well Dressed As the Other Fellow Yau'll 1m all that; Bad find room, comfort and .:!!..( 4 lien in your ieithes, too, when yoa hmr on a bviI f Langbam Higlie, They alwaya make you I In place. When yon wear Languam High Ciolbei you are ..l drctscdju.t right. J.ANGHAM . ctxrmfs "ere mud iprclully f r Hlfti Si n . I I iiaa fellow of tbelr kind lint rcacblng early manhood. They have ariglit to i logics builtjuat (or tflcw 4 it:nr.l to iuit their Idea la every particular al well a to At well. And Lang-ham High Clothes do aMthat. . ha tailor ing, trimming acd fabrica are all that they ehould be, and the tvleaadrtte nil will moitccr taloly pliaieow. Prie WJfirfHt SIMPLE, SINCERE Savior of France Captivates All Washington Correspondents. "SPEED UP" IS HIS MESSAGE 1 Is T. C. HORNE TEDDY ROOSEVELT' FIRES FIRST SHOT Bun Tint Sank Submarine' Hamad After Colonel. PERFECT HIT AT 1,000 YARDS Hlgheet '-ran For Naval Qun Craw an Board Merchantmen Mo...

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 May 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT VOL, 1. NO. 28, CAIll.SBAI), NEW MKXICO. TI'KHD.W . MAY 1.1. 1917. J GERMANY ADMITS Ml iflflD PPrtPDFQQi STRUGGl TO im ruun rnubULooi prove situation I S.t.OO Year, till. Moath. Sc. Copy. RUSSIA ON OF COLLAPSE Hv Associated press. Berlin, May lir.--Declaring that un der present conditions it would ! out of place and would not nerve the . interests of the country in the fncc of the recent unfiivomlde showing mnde ly the (iermun army, to make a peace decimation the chancellor in the Itcichslatr today declined to do no. MISS NOMA MC ADOO 10 MARRY 320 GERMAN SUBS IN OPERATION By Associated Press. Amsterdam, May IB.- The Herman have 320 sulirr .rincs in operation and about eiirhty huve been lost by Hritixh nets ulon . ucenrdina to tb Tslsgraph which points an interview with mom bem of the crew of suhmur tic I' M an authority for this statement. DAUGHTER OF SECRETARY OF TREASURY McADOG Wsshinirton, Msy 16. The presi dent ban cancelleit a cabinet meeting to attend the w...

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 May 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, TUESDAY. MAY It. HIT. Tttn B. Mullane Editor an. I Manager SlJRRI RIITION KATES. Ona year in advance $5.00 Six months in advance 3.00 On month. In advance .AO Sample copies 05 Entered a aecond-claas matter April 16, 1917, at the puat office at Carlsbad, Near Mexico under the Act uf March a. i7" Published daily, Sundays excepted, by the Carlsbad Print. i. Company. EveiiTngCurrent I Position of Catholic Church in Regard to the War Persona living in Carlsbad may not tie a wore of the fact that an ordinanrr prohibiting expectorating on the side walk in Mration and him Iwcn for i () Hn(j aDmc 'ime rne practice is extremely disgusting and dangerous as well, and ia one of the best ways to spread diaeaKC. Residents on North Cunal tree! complain of the ordinance be fog violated every day and unless tatter are mended the law will have to be resorted to. THE COM. SITI ATION. I 'win bundled empty coal cars photographed standing on eighteen tracks nidc by side in one railroa...

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 May 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, TUESDAY, MAY II. 1117. EDITH STORY 4 and Antonio Moreno. "ALLADIN FROM BROADWAY" Peoples' Theatre i WEDNESDAY; LOCAL NEWS John Lucas itnd David Buih left to day for the ranch of Herahell Lucaa, whore they may be for a few dayi. Jim Simpson drove out a fine new Studebaker tolay the motor power be ing a pair of dum. MM A. E. Stevens (nee Mabel Col lins) has been quite ill with measles, but it better now. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Elkins, of Monument, came in this morning on urgent business and were expecting to return today. Little Miss Zetta Willis has been ill withm easles since Saturday. Mrs. Bill Baumharh who has been ill for the past week, is reported much better today. W. G. Holwell, from the Barber Penn ranch, was a guest of the Right wav hotel over Siimtnv ' . . kowel Price is ill with the measles Maurice Cowdi-n accompanied his'nd baa the sympathy of his little Uncle Robert Leek to the ranch where neighbors who have had the pleasure In? experts to spend the summ...

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 May 1917

TIIR EVKMNG CITRRKNT, II I.SIIAV. MAY IB, HIT. P ! Eagle Shirts AST COLOMi N1WMT PAT TERNS. COOL ND QINTW comi ii m s 1 1 ram $1.25 up to $6.50 Joyce-Pruit Co iTANKUKEBIOHOGEIVampjro WE WANT YOUR TRADE .loTHM.s 01 NBWfl FROM THE BAPTIST III in II Wi- huii ninety-one m Bunday kI l yeoterda) in iplte of the epidemic of IhPUsIc iBomum of Um Inability of the church to tet cnouirh 'if it.i members together to traMuct Its regular busi ness, mi Um lust two dates rat fr thin purpose, the iiinriitn of spvpii tliui auk colled to order by Hie pus tur mi lul Wed lie day night parried ii miitimi to adjourn to tiif ii a. in. attaching hour Sunday. t tali hour the oaator offered his nsllMllmi tn take effect tho Mlh of August Wi' at'1 happy ti uiy that thli Btrp Ii imt lakon by the pastor aa u result f any friction batwaag Mm aelf itnil Ii i people, but in till ill order tn tarry oiil i phut of aavoral j rum (tending the purpose of which in tu complete in-' education and be! ! iui inniHi'if rm tiif...

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 May 1917

m THE EVENING CURRENT VOI-. I, NO. 27. CARLSBAD. NEW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY. MAY 16. 1917. $.1.00 Year. 60r. Month fc Cop. RUSSIANS DISAGREE 'B! flM DCAPC DO! IPV 3.000 PRISONERS UM I LnUL I ULIUI nrniiiun iniiunr By Associated Prt - Petrograd, Muy Hi.--Having discus sed the conditiun under which repro. sentatives of the council of workmen's and soldiers' delegate would consent to enter the cabinet of the provisional government, it was decided it was un able to accept the first of these con ditoina. This called for the enuncia tion as a fundamental principle of the foreign policy of openly pursuing the aim of reaching as soon aa pot tn.'de a general peace without annex ation or indemnities on a baaia of the riicht of nations to work out their' own destinies The provisional gov ernment was unable to . roe to such i a principle because it did not con sider possible any renunciation of principles set forth in the proclama tion of April ninth. 2.000 FEET By Associated I'ress. Berlin, May 16....

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 May 1917

tL fgJLveningCurrent THE EVENING CUBKBNT, WEDNESDAY, MAT U, jWT. At thi present time Germany is making srenuous efforts to conclude iii. i.,. ... rv Mullane Editor and Manner 'Pi- pccc "' - oflleial siiucmem regarunit f m. ' 8UB8CRIPTION KATES. One ear in advance $5.00 Blx montha in advance MOO One month, in advance 00 Sample copied .05 Entered an second-class matter April 1C, 1917, at the pout office at Carlsbad, New Mexico under the Act of March 3, H : Published daily, 5 Sunday excepted, liy thp Carlsbad j rjrintlne; Company OUR FLAG J. Iandrum '.ruham of El Paso is an the city in the interest of the Y. M. (',. A. It M urged by Nf Prosl dent that K-very uplifting intlurnre should e brought to bear on our Wmy aud this organization is lietter ijit.-i lor the work than nny other CbriHliun orgtuuistion and should bo given every encouragement. Johnson, of California, la vigorously apposing pre censorship und on very strong gTuund tou He reminded the Senate in a recent speech that Russi...

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 May 1917

s THE EVENING CURRENT. WEDNESDAY MAY la. 117. LOCAL NEWS B.sson ticketi for the Chautauqua Mb, Robert Keenum and wife moved to Pecos, going yesterday. child'" aMfon tickets for the Chau tauqua, 11.00. K. H. Barr from Fort Worth, Texai, is a Carlibad visitor for, a couple of dayi. The M. M degree will be ronferrel mi Howard Prater tumirht liy Eddy lodge No. pi, F. and A. M. Joe Crick came down on the mail car Tueaday and left for Albuqucr qM the name evening. ('has. Hoffman and Willu- Collins rame in on the mail car yesterday i rum the geological camp in thr Guad alupe mountains urn', are reaily to go with their company. fs H. Gee cami' down on the mail nr from a trip to Quern, going out .vith Lee Middleton last week. Mr. Hat is thinking of spending the sum mer in the mountuins. DON'T MISS THIS! "ALLADIN FROM BROADWAY" 71 VimCRAPH BLVB-RIBBON FBTfTURB AND Wt' "The Sealed Packet" EPISODE THREE OF "The Secret Kingdom" PEOPLES THEATRE TO-NIGHT IO & 20 cents 9 i J. S. Oliver went up ...

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 May 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, WEDNESDAY, MAY It. HIT. this Ruperu li i!::, z United States Tires SljiS I NITKI) STATES 1 1 1(1 WIK THE ( RKIED HV TMK lOLLOWIM. S-.ES AMI SERVICE DEPOTS WHO CAN TELL TOD WHICH Fit E TYPES OF UNITED STATES TIUES EXACTLY SUITS YOIK NEEDS: T4 ) CO. CARL8BA I) VI WRA VKW'H QA RAGKE THE SISTERS SCHOOL. he triad tu havi thin news, hut 1 wih- ril by thin personal h'ttiT tu lot vmi The thri'i eight crude grsdustaalkBoa of your iimmm and to oMgntu from St. Edwnrd'a Parish school un liate you mi Um happy result which der the Sister of thf Moil Prerinu I IMVU crowned your efforts. You Hiil HIimmI have received thou diplomat well iiiiil you certainly huo reason fO from the department of education at Santa I - Tho graduates air Edward Waltenu-heid, Anna HudHmnrh ami Margaret Kircher, ami thi' letter it a f ol low : New Mexico Department of Kduta- considerable. saUsfsotlon for what you! have so far accomplished. Your diploma has i n signed ami I will ho forwarded at DMA Who...

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 May 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT YOL 1, NO. 28. CARLSBAD, NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY, MAY. 17. 1017 $.1.00 Yrar, 0. Month. Sr. of GERMANS AniMPT IN V110 STOPIIISH ADVANCE Human Bodies Used as Breastworks in Furious Battle Now Raging in Arras Region Hindenburg Army Faces Defeat and Are Fighting Desperately to Regain Initiative AGREEMENT REACHED 8Y GOVERNMENT f r- r i iaai I U, KUS5IAANU WUKKINGMEN S COUNCIL By Associated Prese. Prtrograd, My 17. The cabinet crisis may lie considered as nettled. A declaration of the government's pdi''y haii betfl arrepted by rcprc sdhtativea of the council of work men' and soldiers' delegates with merely a verbal alteration which will be signed by both parties without de lay. It has been decided to take into the cabinet live representatives of the different aocialiat groups which with A. F. M. Kerenaky, who assumes the war portfolio will make n total of aix of these groups sharing in the government, three appointees to lie social democrats, and including M. Kerensky, so...

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 May 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT. THURSDAY, WAY, 17, 1917. TREveningCurrent I fm H. Mullani Editor and Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Cif year in advance IS. 00 r t month in advance 3.00 n- month, in advance .fiO mple copict 05 Entered a second-clai matter April 16, 1917, at the post office at dgrlsbad, New Mexico under the Act ', of March 3, 1879." Published daily, j HuikIh excepted, ly the Carlsbad iTiniiin; t.ompany. OUR FLAG !! Notice We are informed by the factory that on and after June flrat the price of electric irpna will be 15.00. We have a few la Block that will aell for $4.50 until the Brat. We strongly advise pur ehaaing an Electric Iron NOW while the price ia down. Then uat that many more day of ironing comfort. YOURS FOR SERVICE, PUBLIC UTILITIES GO. It u laid then- PM angels kicked out of heaven fot attempting to sup plauf the Almighty. Esaw compelled Jacob to flee for his life for supplant ing tii'n These tv.ii laatinOH arr tnk n from a very lnj(h authority and how in what eateem a ...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 17 May 1917

CURRENT. THURSDAY. MAY, 17, 1017. LOCAL NEWS Johnnie Hewitt left yeitcrdmy morn ing for Alamogordo on important bus- i Mr. Witt, Marion and Charles, are in town today from the ranch. Marion in feeling flne and well over the measles. The calling of the hoys to Clovis handicapped Company B ball team, getting Grace, the catcher and Cooper the pi tcr. but the team ia figuring on bringing home the laurels just the name. J. P. Childers, who wan salesman with the Peoplea Dry Goodi Company, i with Will Purdy, making the change yestterdfry. Mr iChildresa BM had many yean experience in the furni ture business, and SO doubt will be the right man for the place. Mn. Bob Hamblen, who haa been o ill with meailea, ll up now but not feeling very well, ua she bus tem perature every day. Lon D. Merchant, with Ml family, and Mra, George Roberta, arc expect ing to leave for their oKI hunie in Wyoming today, where Mr. and Mm. Merchant expect to make their fu ture home and Mrs. Roberts will visit her pare...

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 May 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, THURSDAY, MAY, 17, 1917. LEFT OVER. BE IT HEM EM HE'RE I), that on thii 14th day of May, 1917. the Board of "ounty Commissioner of Eddv Coun- II offi sn miiilonl li tli saisalniilns if IT: new met m special IN (Hit MAMMOTH STOCK OK LAMM tND chii.hrkn shoes, WK HAVE AN INNUMERABLE IMOVNT Of Shoes. Oxfords, and Pumps KROM LAST season ON WHICH THEM is no ADVANCE IN PRICE TBI styles a it E ;ooi. THE Qtl M.ITV IS QOOD AND A HID! HANOI OK SIZES AND WIDTH! TO ( IHMisK KROM. SAME tl'I'I.IES I.SO TO MEN'S SHOES Joyce-Pniit Co. WE W M m.i It TRADE " JeWed Rut no miB wfo'fiT rrIH COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS deficient will he permitted to rot by unless ho manages to fool Iho eiamlh Ins surgeon. There are two reasons why groat cure yonng mon for all hranrhoa (if the gov erumoiit service. Tlio first I to Insure a fighting machine aa nearly ?rfeet Bl possible Another la to guard tin- pub He treasury agatnat another groat drive ponalnnora. Cnclr Ham l willing to pay any man a na...

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. — 18 May 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT nrou l no. a. i'diiooiam nmoio nAOT nuooiHN uixioio rrtoi CARL8BAD, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY. MAY IB, 1917. $5.00 Year, Mr. Moath Op My Associated Press. Petrograd, Mav 18. After the re captions into tha cabinet of Ave so cialist representatives of the council of deputies, Premier Price Lvoff re ceived the Associated Press represen tatWe and authorised him to transmit to America the expression of tha premier's confldence in the future. The most serious crisis in the modern history of Russia has leen settled ana a new coalition cabinet will resume support of all reasonable Russian cit-isras. EXAMINATION FOR MIDSHIPMAN. ARMY BILL NOW HEADY FOR PRES IDENTSAPPROVAL PROVISION FOR RAISING 500, 000 MEN BETWEEN A6ES OF 21 TO 35 YEARS F Washington, May 1H. Fnal action was taken )y congress today on the war army bill, the second of the ma jor measures of the war. Tha senate by a vote of Co to 8, adopted the conference report yester day by the house. Vice President Marshall and. ...

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. — 18 May 1917

THE EVENING CURRENT, FRIDAY. MAY IS. Itl7. TkEveningCurrent Wm It Mullane Editor and Manager minciinioN ratve, I yr in advance 1.1.00 months in advance :i.00 .0 .or. m month, in advance npl copied . Enured ax second-class matter April 16, 1917, at the pqst office at CarUbad, Near Mexico under the Act Of March S, lR7t." Published daily. 8uda)i excepted, by the Carlsbad PrlaUriK Company. Iteffarding the requests fur mar ket, base ball etc. in the Evening Current it found that the added ,' ... amounting to alMut $2.00 per day i hardly possible to meet unless (he advert .ii t should increase How Ynf, our friends can rent IlitlWd that a MM possible the full market report and the base ball dope will be Notice We are informed hy the factory that on and after June first the price of electric irons will he $3.00. We hare a few in stork that will sell for 14. .lo until the Oral. We strongly advlae pur chasing" an Electric Iron NOW while Ihe price la down. Then just thai many more day of ironi...

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. — 18 May 1917

THB EVENING CUatKBNT, FRIDAY, MAY It. HIT. LOCAL NEWS M. O. Netherlin, of Knowles. in in the city for several day on busi ness. The most important object of hit mission is to we hit ion who in a member of Company R. Mm. Edna Cox hai been ill with meaalea for the laat week. Her cou sin, Mr- Sallie Coleman, from Rocky Arroya and the baby girl, Minnie Al lene, are with her while iihe tn ill. The home of George William has not eacaped the epidemic of measles having four ill at one time, but they are all better now. Cathryne, Jose phine, Martha and George were sick at the aame time. Little Miaa Wardic Leek is very well pleased that she escaped the meaalea while school was in session, hut believe he hnit them now. She was compelled to miiis the fete at the Woodman hall last night which Hhe rretted very much. Mrs. H. J. Durst and Hon. Paul, left this murmur with Mi Jcrnigun and family for their ranch where they expect to spend the summer with Mr-. Jcrnigsn and with relatives at May hill an...

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. — 18 May 1917

I TBI EVENING CUE RENT, FRIDAY, MAY 18, HIT. CHAUTAUQUA AND HOMECOMING WEEK MAY 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29 and I First Day of the Week of Entertainment THE ALTHEA PLAYBR8 FEATURING THK HKAHEY SISTERS THE ALTHEA PLAYER! AM SIX TALENTED GIRLS. ALL Off WHOM PLAY THE VIOMN AND SING LOU BBAUCHAMP "THK I II INK HI WHO MAKES YOU LAUGH. I II I HUMORIffl WHO MAKES rOC THINK." Fourth Day of the Week of Patriotism, Progress and Happiness LITTLE WOMEN PRESENTED BY THE NEW YORK CAST JENKINS-ARCIIINARD 00. A CONCERT OF MERIT Seeond Day of the Week of Meeting and Greeting Friends and Neighbors METROPLITAN MEN SINGERS "HALF A TON Off HARMONY" ADA ROACH THK SUNSHINE GIRL" BOOKS FLETCHER Drookn Fletcher ia a Riant mentally nil ii cyclonic apeaker. An inlcllec tual li .i-t. Metropolitan Rimn Singer at Chmutmuqum Fifth Day of the Week of Music, Mirth and Merriment ROW. AMHERST OTT With beautiful diction and auperb variety of rxpreaaion Ott flaahea hi ecntenera toward you and nearly every one of them gooa t...

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