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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 29 December 1917

New hlrl I" IwMt Mr. gad Mn J, W. Tnlk are leatini; tonlnlii I'm It n I Li ii 1 1 Sprlnga, Ti'iu". in wait i i h Tulk'a mother! Mm Itoheit DaMMipoit. and u ala lei The) will have ih"' pi ( 1 1 of aceiiii MIhk Settle 'In 1 k . their daughter, there Minx Nettle in a iiiiiiMii jf mt of tin' Baylor rni vt rally, ,ii Waco, Texaa, .mil. with a round iiiii rouoln who ii also a gtudonl hi iin oiwe H hi mm illy , in in Richland Rprlnge, iii ooualn'i home, whore 1 1 1 - mi' it ii ximiH in m Mi .mil Mra Tnlk Mr. Tnlk will return b) arg) ol Mineral Weils fnr IkmIIIi hem-Ill", Md Mrs. Tlllk will join him tin mil rot urn to Carlabad In the m-xi month Thla win be .1 verj nlao rial! for thorn, nml the) ill apond .1 verj pleasant Now Yoar'n do In Teaae. 1. mil- Hold tor 1 ml. D. Jaekaoa Ii bubbling over with jo thla mornlna, for al four o'clock mi elahi pound loldlar imi came tn ti homo. Mis. Qeorfo 11 odor Icka, who knowi nil about young men h" ago, novo him welcomo. Mr. Jackaon run t find .1 noma ...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 29 December 1917

LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mm. Hill Ohnemua loft Blunt tetore lafit Willi Mr. Wllker on for in- i.i Hnith Moore, the cotton buyir, i .1 hi nr. l laat evening from Abilene. TtUt. where he n t I'hrlatmaa with IiIh family He III Knout of Mm Hutea. Mi. hihi lira, n. if. minrorth had for their KiiealH ( 'hrlstmaa day t a splendid dinner, Mr. und Mrs. 8. Itiiiich und r in II Mrs. Anbury Moore, who has been III ho long. I mill i in in ..I i in . und wua mude one of u puil) al hreak- faai thin atoning m her home. Tor this good newa her iniiny MUfioUl nirnilB rejoin Wi 11. Howell und wife , f nun the T X raneh eume In for t'hrlatnias and were KiieulK of the Tulare, where they hud u film dinner, 1 1 it r i in liarretl, wife unit Utile hoii. John Hilly, iiIho Hoy und Slum Hamilton, of LOVtngtOg, are Kiieata iii thalr Mater, Mm. iiert KuwUna. shun is home from I'uinp Dowlt foi i iriatnma. Dnnee at the Armor) New Taar'l Ee. Kieryhody United. Joe mliewa. who la carpenter nt the l. Hui key ranch, eania ho...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 29 December 1917

THM HVHNIVO I I ItllKST MATl HOAV, MM M. ItlT. A SURE ENOUGH SPECIAL SALE ON Ladies' Coat Suits Kimonas and Separate Skirts I HALF PRICE All Ladies Hats from $1 to $5 'WHKKK THINGS ARK NEW.' . Mi .iinl Mm. J. II Jones, wlin ale lllipillMlm III. 'II hlllllesteltd IIM till' west hi tin' Santa Kc i)i l i.i 1 1 Cmi. on ifandplpe, have abopt completed mi house mill are arraBglnii iu inw everything moved ml mill vtill begin ItH' New Year hkIii Ileal hi lurk ami New Yeai abam iii Mi .mil M ri Jonea, Mis H. M Cllllroat eujnyed a vIh ii wnii nar brother, Jim Monlaoui ary, oi Artaawi coming down Xmaa eve and taklai them completel) by urprlae, aa in- had written la IiIh aislei I lull lie imild not rami and sent i in' khIn nve dolara aplaoa .mil Iiih sister ion iioiinra to buy ibemaelvea just what tke) iiki. Shatter Ward is in town tin morning, but im leavlai for the 111 neb this afternoon, accompanied bj Lee Keller, who win be with lllehard Smith on the raneb ut Mos i ) Letter from Dick Steven...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 31 December 1917

VOL. I , NO, 217. The Evening Current caiilhiiad, : MURfOO. viomhv, hi i vim k M, ii7. .-.im rear, lee, Mmrih, .v. Oaf. GERMANS STAR! BIG OFFENSIVE ENGLAND MAY RE PLY TO GERMAN PEACE PROPOSAL GUATEMALA CITY IS DESTROYED HY BIG EARTHQUAKE MANY MHOt KM VAX HK TltKMLND OI'H IMM III I l AMI tl:. Kit inu.oon Homklkmh. By Associated Press, Washington, Dec 3 I The lolled sint. s ih tin without detailed Infor iiiation of tin' earthquakes wiiirii destroyed Ctiateinala ('It' . rout In Io nian y liven mid leaving niie hun dred thoiiHund homeless. American officials have prepared to send aid to thi stricken sister republic. Fur ther raporti ware swatted from Anieririin Idolater l.eavil and Con Mil Fee. Tin1 lli'd Cross is prcpiii: emala City ina to send supplies. Tin' earth quake apparently lias shaken tin' Huateitiala City records on lieorge town I'lilverslty scymnarnphlcal ob servatory Inatrutiienla here hIiow that the Ural shock came shout nine A. M , December 26, and further shocks on Frida...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 31 December 1917

sMt (,!, I-, Us OVKIt MRXICAN IIOHDKIt AUK III 'NY. Br Associated Preaa. El I'asn, DM. 31. All of the tricks which amuKKlers have ised In llic pant In net contraband goods, aiiiiiiiiniliiin anil jewelry In and on), of Mi mi ii an- now hilnK employed to Pt rontiahunil foodstuffs Into Metlro through ttiln port. False liottinoH In trunks, wagons and aiiloinoblli' trucks with two floors and peddlers' carts with false par tltlona an- SO till of the devices re aorted to by the men who would nad i' thi' loud embargo. Recently a torn quantity 01 lard and sugar, prohibited artlelee, were discovered under a pile Of merchandise on s coniiniMaion (linker's Moat The KooiIh were cunliHcatcd and the brok cr's llMBM revoked. It la believed much id the lOUgglod rontrsbsnd Ih lielnM aen I In lierinana in Meilco A. . Smith. the new county agrl iiiIIiii Int. Ih hire t It it. week and with J W. K mill, former county agent, h lOOklBI over the flelu and meet ing MBjM of the Carlsbad people. Mr. Sniilli Ii...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 31 December 1917

LOCAL NEWS J. B, Milan, who haa a farm near Malaga, waa in town today. getting things rtralght Tor starting the New Year. Mr. and Mr. Dan Lucas from Itoiwell .it- expected In Carlabad Ihia afternoon to apend a few daya and celebrate New Year'a at the John l.uras home. Albert, Louie and Calvin Area ranie down from the ranch yoater day to be here for the Crawford dinner-dance thla evening. Mm Kaken and daughters, Mlaa c,Hdyi and Mrs Mltchner, and their brother, John, will be the guests of the Green I'saery home tomorrow to atari the New Year J" "t tight with a good dinnner and 1 royal lime. lira. C. N. Jonea la expected to return today from u visit with her parent and brntherit. the Gordons, at the Last Chance ranch. Mr. and Mix. i; Lucas now 0cupy the Mm. Mary Heed Miller houae, having moved there since airs. Miller left to Join her mod in California. J. I'. Koarh. who has Hpent a few weeks visiting his wife and little aon. Neahltt, at the home of hla wire's sister, Mr. and Mn Y. It....

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 31 December 1917

",F"'1BflBa l HI T -r- ,rJ..,BJwr Itll. KVKKIKd I IIIIK.M MOMUV. Ill t Mllt ll :, 1917. SPECIAL ALL LADIES' HATS $1.00 Each ONE LOT OF LADIES' SHOES, A BIG ASSORTMENT AND ALL GOOD VALUES TO CLEAN UP AT ONLY $3.00 A PAIR OTHER ITEMS SPECIAL AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR. JOYCE-PRUITCO. We Want Your Trade. WE WISH TO THANK the good People of Carlsbad and Eddy Co unty for the liberal patronage given us during 1917. We will be glad to wait on you in the future. May you all have a Happy and Prosperous New Year - Respt., SANITARY BARBER SHOP Stevenson & Farris, Props. inillnieiitary Ham e. The youBger set eajoyad k"' lane Saturday nitiii Hi the cia- i'pnl. nei Which .1 tut Kctrcll k ml trthoi Broadlag 1 .1 i m boata, t'turnlnt; the eompltBMBt of the :irl In their not. The JoyiiimnPHH if out li . lo iRlitf til in n-1' anil tlir :1ml time f I lit year, when the ':ioya who me homt' Mint nchonl ari' ii'ii'. ami MM Other pleasures, itOBtbtBed to make thlH a ihohI in inyahlo affair. Mi'mlanitH Joe C...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 17 April 1918

I fflJCmM ... J CAIlt.HMAI), M:W MKXICO. VI:M;hMV, U'ltll. 17, IUIM. .YtM Year. Oar. Month, B. t'i,pj. -'(. I lie i. r u I r i i Jritish Ad vance in nan ders; etire Sli qhfly on Lys Front TRAITOR IS SHOT v Aaaoclated TrM. Par In, April 17. -Standing before firing aquad In the foreat of Inretnce, I'ati I Ilolo I'annti. coo tinned traitor, ot entirely his In Iffirence maintained aubaeguent to la trial. When the order to fire &i given, rl(l'M apnke and Ilolo tuipleit up with M'vtTHl hiilleta in fad. With llrltlnri Army In Franc, 1 April 17. iiy Aaaociaiea .-reaa. I At ton o'clock t hi a ninrnlns It waa reported that the llrltlnh, fighting magnificently, had retrained muoh of the contested town of Wytarhaete although thin la not confirmed at the time of llllnic thia dinpatch. la I:V MKXItO NOUM W. KCIKMil,. 'ha tied, if i al 1 It nplte of the war, pronpecta are for a aom-aaf ill aiimmer aea nt the Silver City Normal J. Thia normnl opena June iduMrlal training will he fin- led. The c...

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 April 1918

u KHAKI TRANSFORMS ARTIST niSTKICT JUIX2H. I The Current la authorised nounce V. It. lirire aa a ea . v.. 9 . ' ft X 1 - t V, - . . -. . I Ted Nlinwn. I In- (Ihih.i, in 'ni rl Stales army uniform e n itnnil.fr of the One Ilundn-rl nnl I'tfty i-iuhhi antbalance uin.anj m Cmup Kearny, Okl. iioim:, .. m. April 15, in ma The Current: Ullaa m.l.- IIIAI... i " niiutiiu .iu iim-ii- anil aw . t i lannauono moiorea to iiagrr man yesterday on a viitit to MIhs Mlchlete'a parents, returning In the evening. Mra. Dick McDonald reports her husband to be ablo to Mtantl on hid feet a little after being In a Kos well hoxpltal for m month with a broken hip. The pupils of the grades pave an entertatment Friday night to pro-' mot (liferent In the Male of Thrift Stamps. Knch pupil prepared and delivered their speech, which waa very Rood. Four from each room had a place In the content, (ler trude Cox won the prlxe In MIhs Keed'a room; Kathorlne Johnson In Mlaa Heckfttrn room, and Verona Hons In Mr. Farm's...

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 April 1918

rim uvuxixu c;.uua?tr wedntsday, Amiii 17, join. LOCAL NEWS Carda sent out the first of tho week by the Federal Food Admin Istrator, Albuquerque, New Mexico, are finding a ready response In Carlibad, very few persons falling to slgp. The cards ask for each household to pledge themselves to a certain number of pounds of flour per week, ,as little as can be used. Miss Joule Camp has for guests today the Mlswa Mlllman, her nieces, from Lakewood. The young ladies are shopping and enjoying themselves In various ways while In Majestic Ranges Plant a war garden plant It to day. Charier Oak Stores Pratt- - SimM U I my ft ft 9 r rf& ff li HIT:! II Ur. TJ;F ffM II i? U V! Tonight fair, colder southeast portion, frost north and middle east portion; Thursday fair. i i I 1 I I ML ni r .T. i ' J. II. Ilrlscoe, trainmaster, It at tending to the shipment of several ran of cattle at IllTerton today J. I), Hlggs lert last night for points In Colorado, where he will upend the lummer, after a pleas...

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 April 1918

TRICKS HUN OFFICERS British Courier Gets Help From the Enemy. AViTUL SIGHTS DRIVE CANADIANS TO fSHY 'Handle Confidential British Dlepatchee, but They Do Not I Know It. Withstand He1 of Fire for Five Days in Frenzied Charge on i Hun Trenches. f,ifnlnn. Two Herman officers re cetttly handled more than a dozen cae . " riiimp. of crnt rl.ll.tirn, little 'confidential IlrltMi dl-patche. but ii. iIh'.v did not know It. Ilfc-'1 ! I'll'l " ...... In? nml curbing, n countrywide blasted j nil riven. Hh'm o angered a new regi ment t ruiindiiin ittn they charged , In frenr.y the trciichea of the Hermans In Flnnder for five day und with- ! otood a hell of tiro. Thna won the story told by R. A. Qulgley. formerly of Franklin. O.. to ( th staff of the Itrltlsh -Tiinudlan re- 1 milting mlKKlori In Chicago. The facet and the voire of the women and chll- tlren we pnssed on the roud,M stild Qulgley, "were enough to make ft inan'a Mood boll. Our officers coold liardly hold un bark. We wanted to fret nt ...

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 April 1918

1 Mm V uuuuu c2 vol,, i, no. n. CARLHUAD, MEW MKXICO, FRIDAY, APRIL l, HUM. W.00 Year, OOc. Month, ftc. Ocvy. BRITISH FOIL I ITALIANS ARE HUN ATTACK! ON WEST FRONT By Associated Press. London, April 19. Ilritlnh offi cial statement says: "Hostile at tacks were reported to be In pro gres yesterday morning south of Kemmell and were succeHfully re pulsed, and other attacks launched by the enemy In this locality dur ing the evening, were broken up 'by our live with the exception of artil lery activity on both sides In the battle sector. The night paused quietly on the whole Ilritlsh front. Regiments from six different Ucr inan divisions are known to have been engaged In unsuccessful at tacks delivered by the enemy yes terday In Olvenchy sector. Fight ing at Olvenchy, ua on other pnrts Of this front, ended In the complete repulse of the enemy who in splto of the most determined and costly assaults was only able to secure limited footing at one or two place 4 in our auvanrea line.- 11 is ...

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. — 19 April 1918

TheEveningCurrent V I.. IVrr. l.illtnc nl MaiMiirr J n. IVrr. Jr., AmlaUM I illinr Entered second class matter, April hi, 11M7, at the post office at j Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act of March !!. 1H7'J. Published dally Sundays excepted, by the Carlshau Printing Company. Memorf of The. AMtlatel l'reM. The Associated 1'rcss fl exclusive ly entitled to the imp for republica tion of all news dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited In this papvr and also the loeul news published tieieln. FOOD OFFICER STIRS THINGS UP I. lent. ;icgoiy VI -its Home lit i'rltNd niul CooflHcnte llvcen Amount of I lour. Lieutenant Orcgory, the power behind the throne In the New Mex ico Food Administration, visited Carlsbad thin week. To put It mildly, Cailshad Is not the same wwn now that It was when the lieutenant found It. The hi luy of-j 4 leer stiiicd thing up ho thoroughly that Ma visit marked an epoch In Carlsbad's war history. The lieutenant complimented the town and county on Its effic...

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. — 19 April 1918

V THUS K K.NINO CUKIUCNT FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1018. s t . IP LOCAL NEWS, Tonight fair, not so cold; freez ing temperature north and middle east portions; Saturday fair, rising temperature oast portion. The United State Government Is in urgent need of thousands of stenographers and typewriters and n rail has been sent out to that effect. Women eighteen years old and upward are especially urged to undertake this work. Those who have not the requisite training are encouraged to undergo Instruction at once. Ful particulars In regard to scope and character of the ex amination may be had of the civil service commission, at Washington. All Ked Cross knitters who have partly finished sweaters are asked t finish them as soon as possible. I' '.if county chapter needs them to fit out the drafted men who will leave here next Wednesday, April the ISth. Governor of Htte to Rprak Here. Governor Llndsey will make the address to the graduating class of the High School at commencement next month, It Is ...

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. — 19 April 1918

RECENT BUYERS OF LIBERTYBONBS 10 I V. I HELP OUR BOYS : HOLD THE LINE BUY A LIBERTY BOND SPECIAL MILLINERY SALE SATURDAY AND MONDAY LADIES' DRESS HATS LATEST PATTERNS FIVE DOLLARS I $5.00 $5.00 Peoples Mercantile Co. "Where ThliiK Are New" RED itOHS WORKERS. For week ending April 13, finish ed 7,703. Mm. II. F. ChrlHtian 4 Mm. W. U. Matheaoo 3 Mm. J. A. llaitnhorne 5 Mm. McCollum 2 Mm. Randolph 2 Mm. Wella llcnaon 2 Mm. J. M. Cunningham 4 Mm. 1. K. Merchant 2 Mm. 1 lolly Renaon 3 Mm. J. 1). Merchant 4 Mm. Frank Richard 3 Mm. II. II. Dilley 2 Mm. (Hauler 3 Mm. Will Purdy Mm. Oeorgo Hubert 2 Mm. Mary Wrlicbt 2 Klltabeth Albrltton 4 Dorothy Kitk Piuncia Klter 2 Mildml Yoiiiik 6 Mm. John I.iicub 4 Mm. U. II. Diahman .Mm. A. J. Crawford Mm. I.. C. Uftwlch Mm. A. Croxler Mm. Mary Gllaon 5 Mm. Frank Morltt Mm. MitKk'ie Reed Mm. J. E. Wallace Mm. N. M. Rutcher 4 Mrs. 1). W. Duncan Mm. L. Laude4 Mm. J. It. Linn Mia. L. K. Ervla Mm. .1. (3. Usaery 2 Mr. J. T. Woodard 3 Mm. J. II. James SCREEN...

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. — 20 April 1918

Mm EL VOL. I, NO. 4. C'AltLSIlAI), NKW MUX ICO, HUIUDAY, A PHIL HO, 10l. M (MI Year. UUc. Month, 5c.. IVpy. LULL COMES ON BATTLEFIELD IRISH PROBLEM LOOKS SERIOUS REBUKE GIVEN KAISER ALL TO GEO', CREEL SHOT TO PIECES By Associated Tress. Active fighting operations have halted for the time being, while each aide prepares for the next on slaughter. It la not Improbable the Germans again will attack, either In I'icardy or lu Flanders Artola. while upon every move they make hanita the acta of the allied reserve army and expected counter r.ttacka. Unfavorable weather has net I led down upon the northern bat tle field, but up to the present the (letuunn have selected mist and ruin and the cold rifled? as the opportune moment for striking, and the lull In their attacks la due more probably to their appallnic lossei, which, In the pant ten days, have caused such depletion In their or ganizations that offensive tactics must wait the arrival of new troops. The enemy Is moving up new troops 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. — 20 April 1918

er the lown, the colors of this c-nntry. That flag, typical of the mergy and patriotism of our boys who have gone into the fight, has remained flying exposed to the lenient that have buffeted J'.s noble furls until now only the J Jbaiyatd remain. Let u take the Mttion of those boya as our in-' . pi ration. l.et us raise our banners! tigh here in town. We can not go' wer the top with musket and bayo-; net In hand; we can not orfer our Urea, but we can orrer our dollars.1 Ve tnufct back them. We must thew that we, their fathers and ihelr mothers, their brothers und l heir alateia, ate with them hand Im band. When they go over the top. they, must know that we are with, them In spirit and in deed. The orator sketched briefly the' noble tart that Ilelglum had taken fa ftUiag for a brief instant the march of the llnu through its fair yroviace. j "Did Albert. Kins of the Ha itians, a most glorious leader of a ierotod people, hesitate for one minute to cant the die against thej invaders? No...

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. — 20 April 1918

TUB KVKXIffO CURRKJCT SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 101. 1 V LOCAL NEWS Buy Bonds and help the Sammies lick the kaiser. lie certain to hear the Canadian Captain apeak tomorrow night at the theatre. Jack Horn and Arthur Maya are in from the Frljole district. They towed in Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Lewis, who had trouble with their car. Mra. U. C. Htraln of Dig Springs, Texaa, is rxpectew m from the south this afternoon, to visit t the home of her daughter, Mrs. Lee Fan son. The pastor at the Methodist church next Hunday morning will preach a sermon on "Liberty J loads." Kvery cltlten is Invited to come. Mrs. Margaret Fearce and child ren have returned to Black river, where they will reside during the summer vacation. Tonight clearing north portion; fair south portion; f reeling tem perature north and east portions; Sunday fair, warmer east portion. War-Saving Stamps are Worth Self-Sacrifice. Joe Livingston Interrupted his duties as cashier of the National Hank to-day, to run out to the big Livingston...

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. — 20 April 1918

(4 i; . 4 u u -t 1 Will You Invest Your Money With Uncle Sam WOW? a OR LET GERMANY TAKE IT AWAY LATER? , Rc practical. Look squarely at the facts. We will either invest our money with Uncle Sam NOW at ood interest rates, to help win this war, or we will give it up later to pay Germany's war costsand as much more as Germany chooses to collect. Invest in Liberty Bonds Today la ro-4iMrntlni with the Llterty l4tn Commlllty Hi In iulvcrtlc mcnt l furnltjl by The Boston Store ders as tn act of disloyalty the committee took up hi case and made an Investigation. Ilia place waa visited and It was found that he had the wheat and he waa re quested to haul it to the market. He refused and he was also re quested to buy a bond but refused on th (rounds that he waa a "con aclentlous objector" to war and that his religious convictions would not penult hltn to help In supporting the war. He had also declined to contribute to the Red CrosB. but has made a small ontrrlbutiun to the Friends Unit. Passi...

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. — 22 April 1918

Si VOI 1, NO. R. CAHLHIIAD, NEW MEXICO. .MONDAY, APItlli 22, 1018. 3.00 Year, 00c. Month. 5c. Onyy. EARTHQUAKE IN , CALIFORNIA BIG OFFENSIVE SEEMS IMMINENT COURT MARTIAL OF SPIES OPPOSED VIVID PICTURES OF TRENCH LIFE JlSse ! i I ! V. i 1 By Associated rres. Ixs Angeles, April 22. More than one-third of the business dis trict of Ran Jacinto and a small proportion of that of linnet Robin, Riverside county, about seventy mil of here, were In ruins to day and scores of residences In the two towns were wrecked by a series of earthquake shocks which caused all of Southern California to tremble late yesterday. Vwirly damage la estimated at from one hundred to one hundred and fifty thousand dollars in the two places. A half dosen other cities and towns, In cluding Los Angeles, suffered minor damage, which was confined mainly to plate glass windows and shatter ed cornices. Hemet and Han Jacinto have pop ulations of lefts than one thousand each. Its Industries are dairying and ranching. Only ...

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