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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 22 April 1918

CALL FOR Wgsx MMll mM Lw I 1 ! I Ytna :. t n 1 -r ift " 3 JLb'J J (ft n f A MASS MINTING OF THE CIT IZENS OF CAR LSI! A I), NEW MEX ICO, IS IIEREHY CALLED TO MEET AT 8 O'CLOCK MONDAY, APRIL 22, 1918 IN THE DISTRICT COURT ROOM IN THE COURT HOUSE IN CARLS RAD, FOR THE PURPOSE OF SELECTING CANDIDATES FOR COUNCILMAN FOR EACH OF THE FOUR WARDS OF THE CITY OF CARLSI5AD, AND A CANDI DATE FOR MAYOR AT LARGE FOR SAID CITY. Lei every citizen be present and have a voice in selecting men for the city's affairs for the next two years. t). G. Gmnllihm, mayor. AlMUUlilLljlHLnlO Tho (jrr,.t I authoring to an. lU.vrHICr JCIMJH nounco tho candidacy of V. II. Tho Cm rent la authorltrd to an-1 )4tiliii for re-election to the ofTlce noonce Judnin ti, Oborn as-n ran-' nr probate .ludiro. auhlort to the rildate for District JudEe of the Kifth actln of Democratic pi iinai lea. jumciai winiriri, maia ui .ivw , Mexlro, nit)J.ct to tho action of the. I'OCNTY COMMISSlONLIt Democratic pilinarlea. Tho Current In...

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. — 22 April 1918

TIIH IJVKNINO CUIlllKNT MOXDAV, APRIL- 22, 101. LOCAL NEWS olivtT Shattuck are in town today. and film Mean It. It. IMackmau, the Monument freighter, is In town today iiftrr a load of ruk'. The II. S. Kerord morning wild u load Kcvord Hindi. IcaillM left this of f ! for the J. H liinn of Dayton icturiied 1 thiough CaiMiad today, after a' week end visit with It Is son at! Loving. Tom tin-v icturncd to his lunch Sunday morning, after a short stay in ('ailsbad at the Kick man home. j Mia. I. It. Ilaikey nnd IMxa! .Myrtle lla i k- spent Sunday at tho Hates, and also heard tho Coo lec tu.e at tho Ciawfotd. i Mra. V,. T. Carter returned Sat-' widay from Webb City, Missouri. Willi her alio eame her aunt, Miss Sallie Kirh, who will remain at the hospitable home for Home week. About thirty couple were present at the Ited Cross dare, ut the Armory, Friday night, by the Otis auxiliary or the 1C d Cross. It was one of the popular allali of the season. J viuJ Judge C. U. Ilrlce and Contractor 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. — 22 April 1918

i NINE REASONS Why You Should Buy Great Western Oil and Refining Stock lit. It Is A home com puny and not foreign corporation. 2nd. ltd operations will be near where you ran Inspect and fee what la being done with your money and not In some distant aectlon. 3rd. It la managed by experienced oil men who give their entire time eiclualrelr to Ita development. 4th. Ily using part of our capital In refining wo eliminate the Rambling element of the Investment. Cth. Our stock Is not only marked fully paid and non-assessable, but It la In fact fully ll1, and, therefore, non-assessable, which can not be truly aald of any stock aold under Ita par value. We thus eliminate the entire chance to freeue out the small stockholder by the well-known debt or assessment plan. Cth. We have valuable leases in the three For Further information, please It. J. BYRD and C. W. TAYLOR, Treat cross-holdings of Oklahoma, the greatest developed oil state In the union. 7th. These leasea are located In Kingfisher, ...

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. — 23 April 1918

"' 11131 VOU 2, NO. 0. CAHLftll.U), NHW MK.IKt), TIT2NDAY, Aritlfj JM, 1018. .ViM Year, . Month, Of. t'-py. 1 . . J BRITISH SHIPS i CANADIANS RAID RAID SUB BASES! ENEMY TRENCHES Ily Associated Press. While the allied armies ate pro purine fur the next German blows one the western front, which are momentarily expected, the Ilrltish navy has given new evidence of ag gressive activity In the naval raid on German submarine banes on the Ilelglan coast. Details of the operations, which were carried out only this morning are yet meagre. An attempt appears to have been made to sink several concrete filled vessels in channels leading from Ostend and Zeebrugge, from which banes numbers of submarines day by day set forth . The Admiralty reports that the raid met with a reasonable measure of success. Five obsolete cruisers with con crete burdelns were tun acround and blown up. CAKl'AITY MST. Ily Associated Tress. Canadian Headquarters In Fiance by Canadian Press. The Canadians have for twelve h...

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. — 23 April 1918

TSEvcningCurrcnt M. I.. Pr. I.HNi anil Munnitrr J IVrr. Jr., Aw44nl l.ililnr KnureJ second clan rnatUr April 1, VJl't, at the post oflice at CarUliad, New Mexico, under the Act of March 3, 1871). I'ubliRhed dally Sundnyt excrpifd, ly the Carlabad Printing Company. MrmNec of Tlir Idkk latwl I'rwu. Tht) AnHOittti i'lch Is exclusive ly entltlwi to the u for republica tion of all new dlHpntrhes credited to it or not othrrwIiM) credited In this pspr and atxo the local newa puMUhed herein. Home people In (!urlshad believe that the four hundred convicts at the State penltentury who tarred and fethM'd Major ISIrkner and lefuned to annociate with him on account of his dlnloyal utterances. Home people, we understand, believe that these four hundred convicts hould ! severely punished with a turkey dinner for their action.' Other people o so far as to insist that they be further punished with u heavy course of cranberries, mince I pie and Ice cream. .Such fellows' iia these can not be too sever...

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. — 23 April 1918

Til 15 gvisxincj ct ichknt tukhdat, airhj 23, let. LOCAL NEWS Tonight and Wednesday fair; not nnirh change In temperature. Ned Shattuck waa down from Artesia this week on business. Mlaa Vera Doyd la spending the week In Loving, the guest of Miss Olive Schultt. Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Merchant re turned r 1 tun a business visit to ..Santa Fe, KttlnK In Sunday night. Uer. Oeo. II. Ulvan, Methodist minister, is In Hope today attending the sessions of lloswell district conference. Lester Nelson underwent an oper-j atlon for the removal of his tonsils' at a local physician's orflcc this morning. I The Public Utilities Company has leased the C. C. Lewis Ice plant, In North Carlsbad, and will begin the manufacture of Ice May 1st. C. P. Pfcrdue was up from his home In the lower valley today. Mr. Pardue Is a candidate lor coun ty commissioner from the third district. The Liberty Loan thermometer icglstered seventy thousand dolars rained for Carlsbad and parts of the county south, at twelve o'cloc...

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. — 23 April 1918

MAXITFACTrilH OP n,KAK!TUK CWIW .MAY UK (TIITAII.KII. he War Will f nd Whe CS America has enough men and enough guns in France to go over the top to VICTORY. Do not let the insidious German propaganda deceive you. Germany does not want anything but a German peace. The Russian situation proves that! Germany would like to make America think that the German people are on the verge of revolt, and that they will force their Government to make peace within a fey weeks or a few months. Germany hopes thus to de ceive the American people into slackening their war ef forts, into slowing down their military preyarations, s o that the Kaiser's armies may postpone yet a while the ultimate defeat that they know is in store for them. But America is not deceived. She knows that VICTORY is the only road to a lasting peace, and she is straining every nerve to make that VICTORY sure. The Third Liberty Loan is America's personal message to the Kaiser. MAKE IT AS CLEAR AS CRYSTAL. SOUTHERN 7WTO GOMPAN G...

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. — 24 April 1918

!Iae Everon VOL. 2, NO. 7. Utl.MlAII. m;v Mi:.I( (). U I DM slrW, APRIL 21, !IM. .YOO Year, OOc, mill. .V. I'opy. SOMMEFRONr BEGINS SEETHING! I - - MINISTER OF , ZEEBRUOGE CANAL JAPAN QUITS WAS BLOCKED With Uritlsh Army In France, Anrll 94 lV Atanolulml lrnaa I Germans bepran a heavy bombard meat of British positions alon& tho Sotnmfl sector this mot nine. Latent ' c reports state that an attack in In! ' progress. The Herman bombard 4 ' limnt rt Tlrltlah nniltlnna nn lth iides of the river Lawe, In northern! this morning. A large section of this battlefront Is seething, although definite dimensions of the Infantry action is unknown. London, April 2 4.-- lliltlxli state inept says: "At dusk a hostile in fantry attempted to attack north west or Albeit, but met with a heavy rifle and machine gun fire and were flrlvcn back. Strong hos tile attavKs develop.: also, late In the evening, In the neighborhood of Dronoutcre and were repulsed by French troops after sharp fighting. French an...

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. — 24 April 1918

TheEveningCurrent I.. l-r r . I i1tr nnl Mnno f j J V I'rrrt. if . UIMiiiiI I Hit. Hntere-1 second class matti:i Aril l. l'.'iT, at the post otlice at larl)ad, New Mexico, under the Act tt Mnrch :;, l.7'J. luttlUhd dally Sunday t excffKed. by the CarUbauj I'rintini: Company. Member of The Amh latiil 1'ress. Tli' Associated Press in fxrl tint vt- I) entitled to the uno for republica tion of nil iii'wn dhpatclics r rl itl ( it (i tmt otherwise ci ! it-t In this paper and aImi tlx- lorul news L 11 11 1 lil I t I f i . In need of stenographers, typists, bookkeepers, statistical rlciks, niul llgtaph operators, and calculating mm-hinc operator. The United States Civil Service CommUnlon, whose duty It la to fill these civilian positions, urges, aa a patriotic duty, that qualified persons offer their services for this work, work vital to pushing the war. tlood salaries are affered, and the work In all In the Cnlted States. With the exreptlon of a Tew of the clerical positions, applicants wi...

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. — 24 April 1918

TMK inii.MMi ( ritKK.VT WKDNKSDAY, Al ltl!, 21, 10l(t. LOCAL NEWS time. not help the Hun at meal Madam fiwlckard plana to leave neit ftunday for polnta in the nor 1bern states, visiting hr old home In Ohio while ahe la away. Lee Weldy came from Quern yesterday afternoon and continued or. hla way this morning to vli.lt hla mother, who reside north of Koswell. We'll aubatltute rorn and victory for defat. for wheat Km Ul tnnsical program at Anno ry Friday night at H o'clock. F.vcribotly Invited. Judge Armstrong n In De Uara county thla week working In. the Interest of hla candidacy for district Judge of this Judicial district. Mrs. Ietha Oard, who has spent, the winter In Carlsbad, will leave' nrit week, going to Kansas, where ahe will remain during the summer returning to California In the fall. There will lx musical program mikI eeaklng at Armory Friday night, followed hy lrand Hall, In iMNMir of tli loy" ldn for Camp FunMon the latter part of the week. Messrs. A. J. Mniiy ami K. A. ...

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. — 24 April 1918

WOOL SCARCE old riiiimati:h iiavh as lnjoyaiili: mlktixcj. Suit Ituier Lcani TliMt Situation I Hrrhiu for Mrtitnfiu tiirer. IU'IiiiiioI .Holdlem I iti .New Clothe. M. K. Clark, ol the T. V.. Home toif, iccciill) made a Hying trip to Koswell to l(ii) a II in- of Hart-Sthiktriit-i K M.iix tloiliiH. In con crnation with the it pit M iitatlve of ttilu 111 II 1 IWIU II lima f l'f ul M I II in nil'rni. . i' f.r.'.an, . Claik iicki il a lew pointcrn mi till! ClolllillK sMU.ltloll, a Mil paSM'S ! them on lor the bciitill of It I m trade. "1 1 -it i rt 1 1 1 Kin thf icpnscnta- llve ul tins In.-."' h.iid tiatk, yester-1 day, Unit the wool Hltu.itioii Ih en-' ccetllhliy seiiuus. Tin' nov i I nmcnl In taking so much ot tin- wool that it pructlcally contiol the maikcl. This Ii'huh wool at Iron, ti dollur and a half to two dollar a pound j scoured, and It only icmatiiH at that price at the l;i hu if of the votei nmcnt. In leallty their Is not enotuli wool to make clothes Tor all who dcslio them. ...

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. — 25 April 1918

ill aviiiiig uanrireinnc vol. 8, NO. 0. CAItLRIlAD, MKW MHXICO. THURSDAY. AlIlfL 23, lf18. S3.00 Year, OOc Month, Be Onwy, FIGHTING HUNS FITFUL ATTACKS OF HUNS STOPPED LESS THAN DOZEN KILLED APRIL 20 BIG SHIP AT PIER TURNS OVER By Associated rres. Knetny Itepulsed K very where. London, April 25. "Three at tacks were made by Germans on Brltlah poaltiooa east of Amiens and have been repulsed," It ia officially announced. "On the KlandeVs front late yesterday. Germane attacked French positions northeast of 11 a i lleul and were speedily repulsed. Early this morning, after Intense bombardment, they renewed their attacks in this sector and also a gainst lirlllsh positions further ait. The British gained ground around Vllliers-IJretonneux by coun ter attacks and took prisoners. Severe fighting was In progress all night In and around VUllers-Ureton-neux and still continues. Heavy casualties were Inflicted on the enemy there. On the IUIlleul sec tor the battle Is continuing over a wide t'ro...

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. — 25 April 1918

ThiEvcningCurrcnt h, I.. lVrr. Mh bH Manner .1. . Hrft). Jr.. AaManl I HIf holered ;. second clsss matter April !, 1917, at the post office at Carlsbad, New Mexico, under ths Act ot March a, 1879. Published daily 8ondayt excepted, by the Carlsbad Printing Company. t Mrenbr of Thti Associated Pre. The Associated Press la exclusive ly entitled to the use for republica tion ot all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited la this paper and also the local newa published herein. 1,1 18 T Wi: lOtUiKT TO DO Ol'lt PAIIT. and that the very mists are charged with awful torment. They say ruie us. r.acn one nsa oeuer neip In every way they can, ao we will be free. We must knit for the lied Cross. We can take the money we Ret and buy Thrift Stamps. We can take the burst that Is put In candy and send It to the soldiers ao they may have sugar In their coffee. So let us do our part In every way we can. The War Havings Ktsmm Hy Josle Queen The Krestest of all great wars Is helnn ToiiK...

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. — 25 April 1918

TI1K CVK.MVCJ CURRENT THURSDAY APRIL M, IOIH. 4? 4 LOCAL NEWS Roy Murrah, of Lakewood, was down from there latt night. Mrs. Royd Aker left for Loving on the morning train, where she wn called to nurse a case. Tonight fair, warmer northeast portion; Friday generally fair. John F. Hall, candidate for coun ty treasurer, la down today from hla home at Artesla. It. V. Tanslll la expected to ie turn In a tew daya from a trip to Chicago, where his family resides. L. A. White came up from Loving yesterday, registering at a local hotel and transacting various klnda of business while In town. Fred Area, who has been suffer ing from measles at the home of Dr. A. A. Hearup, ia able to be about again. The Second Troop of Scouts will meet .Saturday evenlbg at seven o'clock with Mr. Lowry. The In terest of camp Is up and la to be settled soon. Iter. J. II. Adams, pastor of the Daptist church, .at Odessa, Texas, and It. A. Anderson, a prominent stockman of that place, were busi ness visitors here M...

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. — 25 April 1918

If. response to the President's proclamation the business houses of Carlsbad will be closed tomorrow, Friday, April 26, and the business men and their employes will spend tbelr time and best efforts In selling Clberty Donda. Some arc filvln their lives The least YOU can t!o- Buy Liberty Bonds ,?riaV Jtigtt, S O'clock Opening Overture,...-.... Address Vocal Solo,. ............. ................ I'lano Soto Song Violin .Solo Vocal Solo Song Quartet) , Mrs. Italph, Miss Christian Address Closing Overaiure Til K HOY SCOUTS WILL BE TIMES. LOOK Kverybody Is cordially Invited to stay for the grand ball which Is In honor of the men, and will be Immediate ly after the program. Let's make the men merry. WORKERS FOR RED CROSS J-'or Week Kintlng HtUurdaj April 20, Finishing 32,tMM. Miss Lorry Mrs. J. T. Wood utd Mrs. L. Lund Mrs. T. C. (inuter Mm. W. Al. .vutheson & Miss Mlnervn llarr 3 Mrs C. T. Ad tuns 2 Mrs. II. W. Ixwery 2 Mrs. J. 0. Ussery Mrs. John Lucas C Mrs. J. 12. Wallace 3 Mrs. L...

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. — 26 April 1918

M ihiii ill VOU 2, NO. .. CAIIL.HIIAD. XHW MBX1CO, FRIDAY, APRIL ao, 101H. IWVOO Year, 00c. Month. 6. Cf. GERMANS GAIN AT KEML1EL HILL , IMPORTANT TACTICAL IUDOE 18 TEMPORARILY CAPTURED UY GERMAN TROOrS FROM BRIT ISH FRENCH START COUN TER ATTACK. By Associated Press. Heavy fighting still U In progress today along the ridge line of Fland era front, along whose peak li Mont Kemmet and la the German objective. Thla peak evidently la vet disputed ground, but with the German threat against It more men isclng, and Is conceded by the Jtritlah that the enemy has a foot ing on the hillside. Although fared by superior force la the sector be tween Rallleul and Hollebeke, the Anbglo-French Jroops are holding this line stubbornly. Yesterday the line seemed to have held to the southwest of Mont Kemmel, but northeast the Hermans apparently were able to push forward far enough in the neighborhood of Vlerstraod to enable them to ap proach the height on our flank. Definite possession ' of Kemmel Hill...

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. — 26 April 1918

The following It a lint of those Iuln bonds lor the pant week up In Friday: The Htt National IUnk Frances Mauck $ 60.00 A. I. Logbach .....100.00 J. W. Ooodloe .. 60.00 Ovle Kood 100.00 J. P. Wooilintn 60.00 Woodmen of the World 150.00 I Anderson 60.00 1. I). Noel..... .. 100.00 I-:. H. Klrxpstrlck 60.00 C. A. Stewart... 60.00 Anna I.e Thomas 100.00 Murber Nell Thomas 100.00 II. K. O'Connor 60.00 Trank Hinlth ..... 60.00 II. J. Orocan 60.00 A. J. Muiiy .. 100.00 Jl. I. Ilraden 100.00 Mr. II. I. Ifiaden.... 100.00 Tom llunyan 260.00 Thelma Toffelmlre 50.00 .Slaters of the Most Precious Mood 50.00 Maude W) man-Jenkins 100.00 I. C. Itlce 100.00 lts L. Walrath 200.00 II. C. Nprong 60.00 T. J. Iteeves 100.00 Mrs. Maggie Jones 60.00 Cladya Jones 50.00 I.. K. Foster 100.00 Mrs. Hose Mmlth 60.00 if. M. Oorleyj ) 60.00 SB Iks! iflks! ilks!l 'Hie Nattonnl IUnk of ('rlba! Unperanta Farm Co., 500.00 Kddy County Abstract Co. 300.00 Itoberts, Manly 60.00 Home. T. C 60.00 Home. T. C 60.00 Schennay...

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. — 26 April 1918

THK KVKMUd Ct KICK. NT FRIDAY, AIRIfj TO, 101 A. LOCAL NEWS Barney Hopkins, who ranches on Seven Ilnrrs. ts In town today. Get All Wpol Economy Mrs. Corbln, mother of Mrs. J. 8. Oliver, Is Improving; In strength daily, la the latest report from her home in Hobart, Oklahoma. n Dee Marker and family are up from their ranch on the Delaware today and took In the speaking on the court house lawn this afternoon. Mrs. Camp and daughter, Miss Joule, will leave for their old home In Lakewood the first of the month to remain. Mrs. 0. K. Marshall, of Fort Worth, who. with her two sons, has been visiting her parents at Mc Millan, returned to Carlsbad the ft rut of the week and will leave to morrow on the morning train for her home. The numbers of our local V. C. T. U. are requested to meet In the lobby of the Crawford theatre Mon a,. ninir fiftoon iit nn ten before -a . i . I I ..a Ca.ll , I .... . k m 1 V will oe reserved near mr irum the theatre. Our Union wishes i. L. .. . Mallnnol Tnmnoranc...

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. — 26 April 1918

Liberty Bonds Liberty Bonds Liberty Bonds You can't afford to not buy them. We believe you have or will do so. Y G OODS you can't do without, either don't try. SPECIAL SATURD AY Bed Sheets, 76x90 in., worth on today '8 market $1.50, SPECIAL AT ..$1.00 EACH Limit of five to any one customer. 75 "ac1 wm'e thy last One Lot LADIES' HATS, worth up -to $10.00 Company "We Want Your Trade" tcnd&nt. waa shaking hands with old friends and making new ones here Thursday. Powhatan Carter, candidate for the Btata legislature from lea and Eddy counties, was here In the In terest of his candlda y Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Howell and two little boys came In from their ranch In the Guadalupe range, and visited with relatives and friends this week. Mr. IluweU says stock are doing well as could be ex pected, considering the continued dry weather. C. P. Pardue, candidate for romtsloner from district three, and ft Mr. Rosson, both of Loving, were hern mixing with the voters Wed nesday. Mrs. E. K....

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. — 27 April 1918

ft C Hureififc VOK 2, NO. 10. C.UU.SMtl), .KW Mi:XKX. M.MTftlltV, AIMtlt, 21, 1PIM. $5.00 Year, OOc. .Month, fte. Copy, n v SOLDIER BOY BRITISH LINE GOES OVER TOP HOLDS FIRMLY i Orlx'Mul' Thermometer UciiUter Hundred Thoti-uvntl IfcdUra. 4o JtmM llve llerkctt iumI Oliver Fifteen Mlniit" to IUIe Kite TtMMiuuMt, anil Then He Double Flituif. !ilhr Mldler Jut wen! orr the t. He aaya tlutt CmiUImwI lina Mlht A hundred tluillPMUIll llol lam of lilltrrt)' laMUi ItontN. At fifteen ntlmw of four the thermometer -eglaterei liihtyrlte thoiioMnal dollar. Jo Jainea told J. H. Oliver, Utterly I.oam MulcMttait himI chairman of the rommlttee, anl ei-te Iler.e4t, hl aide mii1 iter, that If they would rai five- IImhuuumI dollar hroi-r the liMnk Hom!, heM aeml ttie boy over the Ion. t-'lfteeu thou. txM! .lollara In fifteen minute! Krtjr , you otiuht to hate neen thote fellow hump themelte. They Rot It! .Nothing Mump Ollter and lleckett. They not the lite Ihouaand, and loe Jame ha Inm the tt. A hundred...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
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