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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 3 May 1918

TIti: KVF.MVO CTIUUiKT, FRIDAY, MAY" 8, 19 IB. LOCAL NEWS M. K. Claik of the T. C. Horne oil". wen to Iloswell T fdv on a business m'sslon. PY .r Ji Will Purdy and wife If ft this morning for Tocos expecting to re tmln Friday evening. They are ;n attendant at the Christian con tention of Naw Metlco and Wmtj Versa church convcnlny IheM- at; tM week. 1 A VICTO Mrs. Klnuey Reed Is spndlnn the day In PecJH today, acompenl! by her young son. M The familiar face of Tom Jray. ranchman, was seen our streets Thursdsy. He, like all others who came to town, tells is of the eicfeding dryncM In his pa.t of the country. The commencement of the hilh school will be held on the night or May 17th, Instaed or May Uth, as published. Mlas Mary Ussery went out to the Tom Oroy ranch this afternoon , and will remain there coupie or weeks, vlsltlnfc and enjoying ranch life In Tarlous ways. Buying Early, Looking Well Ahead has given us the satisfaction of having a Stock Complete in Every Particular OUR PRICE...

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. — 3 May 1918

.?xvr rr tt i Price We are offering a line of LADIES' SUIT and some coats at These are all new, this season's garments, that we want to sell at once. No' alterations and no approv als on these special garments. alt BUY ANOTHER LIBERTY BOND. BUY MORE WAR STAMPS oyce P itGo "We Want Your Trade" LIIIEItTY HOMM HOLD MINCE LAHT Htl DAY. NalloiiNl Rank of Baker, F. V. Hartahorn, Mabel Walter, U. J Jaiues, Joseph L 1 'a rd up, J. M Hmlth, J. Robert Lange, Henry I.ange, Louis Hanson. Mrs. It. P.... Livingston, J. N Perry, Mr. H. L Nynieyr, Nancy M.... Stewart, Mn. M. C... Groves, Mrs. M. 8 Iwla, Itlchard Carlkbad so. oa 50.00 60.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 50.00 60.00 .. 100.00 ... 200.00 60.00 50.00 100.00 50.00 100.00 Donald, Lee 50.00 Home. T. C .. 100.00 Harbert, O. C 1000.00 Hlndel, Wm. C 50.00 James, J. II 10,000.00 Lusk. Virgil Witt. .. 60.00 Lusk. V. II 200.00 Carlsbad Light & Tower Co. 100.00 MvliiKHton, Marvin 200.00 Livingston. Carl R 100.00 Judklna, Urattan Edward.... 100.00 Jnd...

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. — 4 May 1918

CARISI1AI, XKW MEXICO, HATt'ItDAV, MAY 4, 10IH. 13.00 Year, 00c. Month, fk. Copy. VOL. 2, NO. 10. -i $3,006,888,900 IS LOAN TOTAL By Aiiftoctated Preaa. WASHINGTON, MAY I. TIIK TIIIIIU IJIIKUTY im.V HAH HKKN nVKK-Hl'UHCUIIU KI HY ffl.WiH.OOO. ACCOM INCJ TO TIIK TREASURY RETORT TODAY. liATKIl FIGVR1M AUK KXPKCTKl TO RAISE TIIK TOTAL FA II AllOVH TIIIIKK Iill.UONM, WIIKII WAH TIIK MINIMUM AMOUNT ASKED FOR. s AUSTRIAN PARLIAMENT PRAC TICALLY DIKSOI.VKD. Ily Annoclated Prens. Amsterdam, Mar 4. Emperor Charles nan empowered the Am trlan Premier to adjourn parlia ment and to forthwith Inaugurate meaaurea to render Impossible a resumption of Ita activities. Vien na dispatches say the statement In dicates the closing of parliament Is due to the seriousness of the food situation. The statement saya that "The government will devote Its entire strength to eco noralc problems and will try to create conditions required to en able the population to hold out". London, May 4.The United States CBSul...

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. — 4 May 1918

4 BE PREPARED BE PROTECTED I PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH US NOW for your season's require ments of LOCAL WAR WORK! DISCUSSED ALL ;iti:i: to sit.id it ix on Ki:iti:sr hi am; of work ami i:sii:ciai.ly to icaim: Moiti; roit i c i : i moss. The followln letter U brine sent out to everyone as a meant to help speed up collections by the club: The Eddy County Lick the Kaiser Club, Carlsbad. N. M., May 4, '1$. Pear Sir: At the Thursday aternooa meeting of the Directors of the Lick the Kaiser Club, It wan de rided that nil collections should be ! made by the precinct officers, all j hums to be remitted in bulk to Thursday afternoon the dinctor.t; hend'j uarter. for delivery as soon as the storage consignments commence,,, to arrive. V We are filling every available foot of space with coal, but unless we can place a considerable quantity with our customers, we will be unable to store enough to insure a supply for (he winter. So whether you buy of us or our competitor BUY NOW! Joyce-Fruit Company VK ...

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. — 4 May 1918

thh i:vi:nixo ctuuknt, N.vrmn.r, may , ioi. LOCAL NEWS ' Mm. C. W. Hainan was up from the lower valley yesterday. The home of S. L. Perry la In! Gladys Jones in vltltlug a friend the hands of the painters and pe- n Artexla over the week-end. pcr-hanccrs this week. . J. I. Speed, of Malaga, and C. Holy Communion will he observ-ip, M,.jet of Loving, are In town ill at the eleven o'clock service, ttiltt f t i i-ni urn nt Oiace church, tomorrow morn-, ing. I Gov. W. I!. Llndscy hu appoint- - ' ' cd Jules lluker as a inemhed oT Rev. F. W. Pratt came In , ti. mounted police force for Kddy lerday allernnon from Santa Fe, county, , where he liad been In attendance' at Hie Episcopal convention held! Tonight the Malaga auxiliary of at that place. ; the jjt., Cross will Rive an en- i ti'i titlnincnt and hox supper at the Horn: To Judge nnd Mrs. S. w i,ool house. There should he u 1. Sten.ilH. today, a hoy hahy. I K,m, attendance from Carlsbad. The Current extends best wishes, . . - fo the ladd...

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. — 4 May 1918

LAKEWOOD IXM7AII. rims- 9 TIRES Wc have in stock a few AJAX TIRES wc will close out at SPECIAL PRICES. 30x3 Plain Clincher 30x3 Road K3ing Clincher 30x3 Non-Skid Clincher 30x3io Plain Clincher 30x3 io Road King Clincher 30x3A Non-Skid Clincher 32x4 Plain Skid Side 32x4 Non-Skid Side 34x4 Non-Skid Side These tires are practically new stock. The AJAX is a good fabric tire and guaranteed 5,000 miles. an SOUTHERN AUTO GOMP71NY EARL G. WOOLACE, Mgr. HOPE, N. M. IIop, N. M., April 30. The Cur rent. C. J. WIUoo, of Wllliford, Ark., It a guest In the home of Mr. ami Mrs. (). E. I'uckett In Orchard park. Mr. Wilson It the father of Mrs. I'uckett and of Judge Wilson. Mrs. Frank I'ruo and daughters, Mlsnes Ed win a Mary and Wheeler True, are returning to their home In Koawell today, arter a week' visit In the home of Mr. and Mra. Fletcher. Ileanan Ilrewer will leave the 4th day of May for a callcge traln Iiik rump, while It in two young brother. Mark and Charles, will to to El 1'aso to Join th...

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. — 6 May 1918

lie-Evouikg; Cirreiit vol. a, wo. 17. caulshad. m:v Mexico. Monday, may e, mm. 9-.Y0O Year, (UW. Month, Ac. dopy. GERMANS PLAN IRELAND FIGHTS TWO ATTACKS i CONSCRIPTION NO PEACE OFFER SAYS BALFOUR BRITISH GAIN IN LOCAL FIGHTING AUMTJHA IIOTI.Y IlKSKXTH MS MISSAI, OK NATION'S Ull.INO ItODV. Ily Associated Tress. IJjr Associated Tress. Germany lias not yet tHkcn up the offensive In the went and pro bably another effort against the allied armies Is held In abeyance to be made simultaneous with the long-heralded Austro-llunKary drive against the Italian. While pre paring for further attacks on the Flanders battle field, the Ilrltish and Trench have been Improving their positions In local operations. AuttU It seething with iMilltiMl unrest. In lloheinbt mhI all trt of the domain the MlternU hi protesting liaLimt the ICmiiei-nr'a action In dismissing Parliament. It It Announced In n Pan-German llviiitt newspater that the tier man food depart imnt ban Ink n over the control of niot if lUil...

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. — 6 May 1918

i ii 7 , 1 - ... Vi 1 .r. MX - ; . . I -j V M Mil . "s v-v.v y : vr....:-; v.v-:', v.: -;y. viiestiori ofStamma 'Sehd- the Wheat fMest ::Fats'-Siiar .. :- JuWtTBD STATES KOOD At)MINrGTiaLATJON YOI'MJ li.lY HI'V OK KAISKIt TALKS 11 H()l.)l!:it. AM) IS JIWIJ.V AltltlOHTICis. ll I'aio, Tfiaii, May 6. An p ptrcntly Innocent qutlon about the alliKatora In the plaza pool led to the arrest of MIm Catherine Kchinld by federal oirirera on the charge of espionage. Hoon after her arrival here from the New Meilro roal fielda Mlsa Hchmld was atandinc beside the Plata alllxator pool watching the Mrxtco attendant feed the scaly pesta TninliiK to a soldier In un iform who was atandinc beside her Ml"" Krhmid asked If the animals really were alive aa they had not moved for more than an hour prior to the feedlnx. This started a ron venation whlrh resulted In the sol 'dler walking with M'ia Hchmld tn her rooms. Later she visited him at Fort IMss durini; a concert and her questions weie such as to arous...

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. — 6 May 1918

TOT? EVENING ClltftKNT. MO!VIIT, MAY !!. S 1 t J (ft V LOCAL NEWS W.. T. Reed vtatted la Roswell over Sunday. . i J. D. Wood, of Lovlngton, was L. E. Caraway of Artesla was a 'Sunday visitor to CarlsbaJ. T.T. Jones waa In from the D, 4 Q. Kullen. Mm. Fullen and ranch over Sunday. Dr. y, y. Doepp motored down "7 ' f rom Roswell. Saturday. w. . f- ti- ...4 II r. t ft MISS CilHT ENTERTAINS AT FOOD COSTS 9 CENTS CHAWORD. I , " Bturfant WhA Mas Start Llvle.9 M 2t Carlbd a Haw rin4a Ma Uuit Pay Mora. The younger set of were pteaaantly entertained at the Crawford Saturday night, the hostesa being Miss Delia Olsl, a r.rrenderf. r. Kof II. Mamnw nf ' Junior in Carlsbad schools, and a ,., .., .l0,,er.t.-r JaSf.cKUl w-,lrVh. amusement Incite nf jrr provided for the evening and all '" p" 71 7" l"' h" tf- ' present seemed to enjoy It to the t. Im-rene-hi-IhlLM. It Is now l.?t ; tj fullest eitent. Music waa furnish- mx on .tj renr a tisy. M by Mr. Ilonner and Mlsa Lea Since be grdntc1 from TWti U...

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. — 6 May 1918

COMBAT On2MZ4TIN WITH OfUlAMZATION. Orranlzutlon wnikets for the Lick the Kaiser Club are fomttlmet asked, In Rood faith, why the club ehould he. People who Inquire are renerally pood patriots, but of that class of citizens who ran ace but little good In organization. They prefer to so It alone, and aoine timea, unfortunately, their effort are misdirected. The I.lck the Kaiser rtuh Is an organization formed to help combat the German War Machine, the greatest ni (sanitation known to hls tory. The German were the urst to discover the uses of oicanlia tion. Every iimn, woman and child old enough to woik Is listed by the Kaiser's agents. Hut that organiza tion la not voluntary. It la forced. It la "a prod ik I of a war that nan reached every home In the German Empire, and that will noon, unless we hurry, teach every home In America with It black message of disaster, 'ur cni'iny ban held again! our tins of steel by the strength vt the machine behind hla fighting fuft-ea. We iiiTist take ...

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. — 7 May 1918

0 Lveuiifflff Cirreii, VOI 2, NO. 111. CtltLMIlAD. MfW MEXICO, MOMMY, MAY 7, 1DIH. M.ih Year, . Month, 6-. Corf. GERMANS HELD DECLARE WAR ! REVOLT LIKELY EVERYWHERE! ON GERMANY hj Associated 1'rees. Germany' hordes still are held la bccck. iNeithvr in Flandera nor in I'icardy, nor along the Im portant Arras sector has the enemy renewed attacks in force and he hasn't reacted against the gains made north of the Sotiiiiime by A list I J ii fi m In m'Klftli It n n. I prisoners were raptured. I ' rtn hnth Kuttla frnnla rtl11..ru activity la intense and German at tacks cannot much longer be de layed. French generals believe that the German attack will be simultaneous on the Flanders, Ar- !V riaa and Amiens fronts In a great t Xs, effort to push the allies btck in vuw 111 I , 11 1 uiuir The expected Austio-IIunicaty blow against the Kalian front has not developed. Today in the third RJinlver ry of the Kinking of the I Um I tmi hi by n tlennMii foh nwuine with a Iomm of twelve hundred and M...

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. — 7 May 1918

1? LIEUTENANT LOUQHCR. Lieutenant Iougher comes direct from France, where ha went a member of the American Red ('rom', commission, to speak to Chautauqua audience. WAR DREAD. Soak one cake of yeast In a plot of lukewarm water. v Scald thoroughly two cups of whte corn meal until the consist ency of thick mush. Boll two pounds of sliced Irish potatoes (peeled) In sufficient wst- When thoroughly PINTO HE AN RKKD VOW ILAN TERM. e trt rrvr. The mlghtleat messages cnm from ( ,-onked. mash the potatoes Into the men whose t4 have lived nnl seen water in which tho? ,.c been l In- ptohlems, InMiona or etamplea ; boiled. AAA the mashed uoiatoes to the which they bring you from the. M'i-ided meal. limtauqua platform. Few r-eopln j To a cup of meal and potato b,ve sec, the moil I a. ha. i:. II. udd h r,l' "oiir and U,r. t. ,uj 1 over night. Longher. . in the morning add a quarter famine, warn, tiiinon. slum and sifter of flour and salt to taste. Denver, Colo., April 28. The Ilean Division of the...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 7 May 1918

the kvk.wng current, Monday, tr 7, LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Maggie Reed, who has been oa the lck list for several days It Improving. LOV1NM IXX3AIA. Any one at Lovlnf wishing a ticket to the Carlsbad Chautauqua may Set it of Mr. L. W. Arthur, The program ia especially good this seaaon. The proceeda will be divided, after etpenses are Charles W. Deemkn and J. L. Wllllama are up from Mala to-;pald between the lied Croat and day. 1 the V. M. C. A. -- 1 The War Savings Committee has Haywood Turlington took alrurk arrai,Ked for a war drive on load of oil to the Globe cement stamps at the loving school house and I'laiter company thla morning. , Friday, May 10. (iood speakers : i dm,, t,fM-n promised by Mr. J. F. I'aul D Will Is up from his j0)lH, chairman for thla district, home northeast of Iovlng today i nn,j M prrKiam by the school translating buslncns at the county ..(jard,.ni chicken, Itabbit and Sew aeal. I n km clubs". V special feature will l,e tnc renular soldier boya drill, The Red Cross...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 7 May 1918

HELP If J 50-50 .WHEAT PROGRAM i 1 4 ; ' 1 Thousands of Retail Grocers Sup port Food Administration Rules. SIGN PLEDGE VOLUNTARILY. New Whtat Saving Procjram DtmanaV 4 Allied Food Shortage In crease Amarlea Muit Fted Fighttra. Edward Reno Magician Comes to Chautauqua . v. ) 1 vY v-'n-r- AH T. . Little Mildred Reno Who Mysteriously Appears From the Locked Trunk Eiplalnlng tli 1'olted .statce Food Admlnlatrailou'a new &0-5 wheat reg ulatloii la war lima task the Amert ran grocer ttaa gladly thouldered. Many store are already dlaplaylug their Food Administration wheat Bav in pledge card, that they ha sign ed, agreeing to rarry out th uw wheat program. fcach flour ruatomer la now requir ed to buy one pound of cereal auhatl tute for every pound of wheat flour. Tlie aubatltute may It of on kind or Mnrted. This W W attl la madt by weight and not by vain of tha com module. Thera la, of cure, no reg elation demanding I ha consumer to buy wtiMt flour at all. A wld variety of aubatltute ha...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 8 May 1918

veiatofi Gurrait t ai:i.miai. m:v miixico, wkumomdav, may , ioi. A.tW Year, 0r. Month, JW-. Copy. VOI 2, NO. 10. POLITICAL MUSS RECORD WHEAT 1 MORE THAN ENGLAND CROP ESTMIATE' HIS SHARE AMERICANS ON ITALIAN FRONT MQ lly AnHoelated I'li'M. New York. May 6.--The pres ence or "an American continent" and "a Iloheinlan ledon" on the Italian front 1 reported In a dis patch dated April the elshth to the "Merlin er LoKeblatt", a copy of which wan rrelved. Tho num ber of American on the Italian front wki not reported. AUSTRALIANS ADVANCE LINES lly ABHorlattd Press. London, May 2. The notion of Ceneral Maurice, former chief .director of military operations. In ImptincInK the veracity of mlnteis of the government has creu'.'d n political situation which li of vital Importance to the Cahlnt 'existence, according to view of the I newspapers. The newspaper are 1 supporting the administration. I They rally to It aide and Inxln- uate or ssseit openly that the for i iner rremler Asoulth and his fol ...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 8 May 1918

i.irm.u i kom in.r r. II IITMIOILV OIIAHT Mr I with tl tinn myself U the .April .Mother: 17. 19 IK. hiii jit Hint Maying Mini'. . All Hi" bo- were full, tint u Y. M. A. dliietotl two other fellows and to this lady's house anil It llnest thinv lie could have hit done It is a typical oia Picnch home. The laly ami her daughter, Courgette, speak good Kngllah ami they are ttylng to teach iih French. Hut tlti-t will toll you mmiii thfhg about tin' fam II v. Tin- l.nly I u widow mill ha t It (lu'ltlltl touches school other Iwn ale Iviii lull' al tmiitii'ii ami Tin woman' live Willi them, yeais iilil. I'Ut healthy. Tiny S Dill' Ml tin-in mar I 'a iih ami tin In school here. The young, one about our about 11 1 nt - lather ami sister ll.T father I !S Is strong nml ii it ii ! ti-rlait". Miiiiitlilnu very unusual among tin J'uiirli. Most ( their male rela tions Jiute goon kllli"! during tin war. nli, mother, she 1 such u vomli'i I til woman. She. has a lor', very small, an all French Mores 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. — 8 May 1918

tiii: evemno cprrext, weinf.miay, may h, ioia. LOCAL NEWS I'urtly cloudy, with ' showers In north portion, Thursday cooler. WORK OF SPANISH-AMERICAN. J. M. Went was down from Ar tesla, Tuesday on a business mis elon. Kupeit Eell Is In town today, coming P from the home ranch near Angeles, Tesan. C. L. Eppes, of Lovington, whs in from the plains city, Tuesday; registered at the Pulacc. To Mr. and Horn :- lllngham, Sunday. May babv hoy. The pa rents the ' Otis district. Mrs. M. rati. reside V. a In H. M. !ow. Esq.. of Koswell, came down from there .Monday and transacted business In Carls bad the first of the week. Mr. Maude Wyman-Jenklns Is In town looking after the work of the various boys and this club In gardening, poultry raising, plK raising, sewing, etc. N. V. Cook, candidate lor the nomination for the office of co unty surveyor, has spent several days In Carlsbad this week. Mr. Cook's home Is In Lakewood. (. E. McDonald and J. C. Uapp. Men prominent In the work of V. (). W., be...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 8 May 1918

RED CROSS WORK S7 rrl KKI) t'UOSM HIIU'MKNTS. Mm. Ullley imports the following articles on hand to be ahlpperi to JU-d Cross )n-aliai ti-is at l)n er Hoi 34 - 8 2 1 1 1 iKation pads; f rD-r hark Had. 12x1 8: 2 puper bark pad, 1 4 ; 11 AbnoibentJ pud. MX 1 2 : 11 Abnoibent padi,' 1224. f iiianrmar oiiii i- ? . i . 1 haiul.iL'fii: 20' HoX 35 ate: '27 T hitidem; abdominal bandagea; I W . ! 1 . . I . ft . 1 . ' JH IIIIKJMIUI ! Mill in. Jinx U swratim; 4 5 pairs of nock. io :7 1 11 pair wi Inters; 10 pairs of Minks: 4 sweater. Hoi .IX- 2 1 .ouo 2x2 In. xuaxe wipe; fo, :. in, wipes. UOIlKi:itH l ItKI) CIIOSH Thone okiiK Saturday were l,u.rnu llller, Mild ml Kackley, Wardlo Hates, liorothy SwlKart, MoiN'11 Hate, Kobenu - Summer field, Helen Wrkht, Frances Mooie, I'auliiH JoIiiimjii, Jeaalo 'UJtoiu ..i- ii ti i' Xiititff a.imo'I Mary JImim'i wa , iJrarn Ueariip, Grace oyulnii, .eta Wllllii, l'earl Hutcher, Kevn Mclntonh, Gladys Pummel field, Mario llenson, Klean or Flowem, Martha William, I...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 9 May 1918

Current VOL 2. 0. 20. cArti.KfiU). m:w mkxico. timiisimv, mav i. ioih. id i .'hi Vmi, Mc. Month, fie. Copy, U-BOAT IS SHOT OUT OF WATER U. S. COLLIER CYCLOPS MISSING SIKCE MAKC1I 4th. Evening like Atlantic Port, May !.-- The ulnk Inc of n (Serman auhmarlr.e bv h United Statca warahlp with a dir ect Phot which lifted the INboal Conplettly out of the water and broke her In two, wan repotted by cfflcera of the uhlp on their ar rival here. lecaue of the flnc work of th gunnera, the crew of tbe ahlp waa given an additional furlough oi ten day. WAR INQUIRY CAUSES UPROAR let ; .-i ;v i.tu !:-'.:. r k London, May f. A motion wax mad In the house of Common this afternoon lor the appointment of a ! t committee to Intcatl gate charge mnde by Cenetal Maurice, former director of mill tar operation of the war office. Former Premier Aiulth aaid he thoucht It waa not the huftinea of Parliament to comttantly Inquire Into the conduct of aucceaalre phaneii of the war. lie Muted that the houae of Commo...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 9 May 1918

i KW Mrf.ICAV4 XfiS roti MISSIONS AT I.F.OX HIMIIMi. Twenty New Melciri are- j i'I ater of the t It i r1 trf -' train. ns amp at l.eun Hprlngn. T" i.p. Tl llrl of graduates wax imioi imj by the comui.ttee on pu'die in.'r-rni-ation. Tli giudiiDtca are t !.r cominipslons second Iitutenunts. .allhouKh, the. announcement , id eu!ep, all of them probab' will I.ol he commlPsloncd at mi'-o. Jt ay they will be lister vt It;. tide tfl;r r an I yiwu vol'! hum "ut such tint' a suitable vacancies -4 vi." The following IDt give th" names of 4 1 Kradtiutc their home :, rcss unci the nun o; w!r" for wh'ch they qu.ulficd: l'Hllo F.. Allrcdge, ii,4t, in fantry. Hlchuid II. Uneven. ,r.. n 1 1 -had. Infantry. .Tolin II. Cottnoly, Howell, In fantry. .Stanley V. Coon. I.ord sboi g, Infantry. Frank M. Culberson, Landc, Infantry. John I.. Ilitl. Clayton. Inf.mtry. (Justave .1. Kaiine, itnti in fantry. Aud K. I.tisk. Cailsbitri, It.f.ii'tiy. Ram J. Lusk, Carlstmd, Ir.funlty. Lawrence S. utt liou!t, Ilnn da...

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