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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 9 May 1918

Tana RVKntxn .cuuiiKTT, -fnciWDAT. mat it. -u t LOCAL NEWS W. T. Matklns.of Jal. waa tn Carlsbad a couple. . of ., days thla week. , Mia. Eugene Ltttle and thr children, F. K Naunle Ervln, and Fdwla, and niece, Marie Ilinson, mil leave tomorrow morning for Itockwall, Texas,- where they pro pone to make a moath'a vtait. Mra. Little goes at thla lime to be ptesent at commencement exer cise of the Korkwall achoo a nfec and nephew of hera will be graduate from that Institution at the clone of school and are anxious for her presence then at that time. F. K. Little, Jr.. la anilcm for the Current to correct an error which crept Into Ita columns yes terday. We spoke of the lad being fourteen years old, while as a matter of fact, he has Just passed his twelfth milestone. He sayn he thinks It would he an easy matter ul a bov tourleen car old to h1I bonds, but for a llttl" boy It whs wo.V. The Current l proud of the bov. Tonight and Friday fair: cooler aouth and extreme . east portion to nigh...

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. — 9 May 1918

mro ciiosa worrkiv n TIRES We 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 30x3 io Plain Clincher 30x3 Road King Clincher 30x3 Non-Skid Clincher 32x4 Plain Skid Side 32x4 Non-Skid Side 34x4 Non-Skid Side These tires arc practically new stock. The AJAX is a good fabric tire and guaranteed 5,000 miles. SOUTHERN AUTO GOMP71NY EARL G. WOOLACE, Mgr. an Tuealay Mm. John Lucas, Mrs.. A. J. Crawford, Mrs. Itlchard Thorne, Mrs. J. F. Flo went. Mrs. M. A. Gilson, Mrs. llolley Ilenson, Mn. W. M. Mstheson, Mrs. Jud kins, Mrs. K. O. Woolace. Mrs. Mil ton Smith. Mrs. Elbert Smith, Mrs. H. II. Dllley, Mis Pratt. Wednesday Mrs. A. J. Crawford, Mrs. Pauline Ocheakey, Mrs. O. W. JJattoa, Mrs. W. M. Matheson, Mrs. Holley Hcnaon, Mrs. II. W. Lowr, Miss Mary Johnston, Mrs. Whit Wright, Mrs. Wells Benson, Mrs. J. F. Joyce Mrs. (iro, Huberts, Mrs. Glssler. We are hereby Atithoilzed to an Bounce Chut let I. Panloe as...

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. — 11 May 1918

CUlMmiD, NEW MRX1CO, MATl'llDAY, MAY 11, 1818. 5.00 Year, 00c. Month, Oc. fy. FIVE MILLION LIEN FRENCH GAIN MAY BE IN DRAFT GROUND ON HUN KING GEORGE RE- ALL SOLDIERS VIEWS SAMMIES! WELL SUPPLIED VOL. 3, NO. 22. A J J By Assoclsted Press. Washington, May. 11. More than one million, three hundred thousand men have been called In the draft so far and either are In Kratu'e In camp, or under call to go Into the service before June first This total Includes all men sum moned In the May contingent. There Is every Indication that even a Ursr Increment will be summon ed In June than was summoned In May, and progressive monthly mobllltatlon will continue through the summer and fall months. It It espected that the army will reach a strength of three million men within th- neit twelve months. It Is possible, some of ficers ay, thst the number msy be cloer to five million. UKRANIA WILL START FIGHTING I)y Associated Tress. Paris, May 11. Heavy artillery flrHtlnr nrt Hi ft-nnt t1nr A In 1 pn ft I...

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. — 11 May 1918

RODE THREE Tlll THROUGH BARRAGE Indian 'Rajput at Cambrai Es capes Without Scratch In Oaring Mission. IS OIVEII VICTORIA CROSS - t t DeRvere Mssssgts Which Perhaps livH Battalion ef British Frem IsUrmlnatlen Three Herite 8h Vndtr Him. London. Uent. Goblnd Singh has the Victoria Croat and he earned It. ll la a Rajput from India and he la a brave man. Three Mnn ta dashed Into Vhat aemed almost certain death and ha escaped without a acratch. al though the horses were shot from on sJechlm. And furthermore h deliv ered messages whlrh perhsps Bared a battalion from extermination. Then !a no rrouder Indian In Great Britain tt France than Lieutenant Finch. It Is nothing unuMial to aee a soldier aa Itita when ha passes Just out of ad miration. Bravaa Barraga Flra. It wna at Cnmhrat that he went through the bullet swept arena to de ll eer' Ids precious messages. The offi cer In command of hla battalion felt It Imperative to aond word to the gener I staff, and Tolunteera were asked for. Thera ...

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. — 11 May 1918

. . : . , . , i i nfjtifl irr;xiNrt'd:.4T.' ' A-THidat, mat if, ttu. LOCAL NEWS tv a. th last Lask week has ' spent moat la Carlsbad. of Ilea Stetson Is ranch 'southwest, primary. fa town from Attending his the J. II. Shepard, of the Crawford a few tloneerlhg business. ClOVlS, days on Is at elec ft. ' K. Tucker wss up early today looking after dVdacy for the nomination ty commissioner. In town his ran of coun- The Fled Cross tnory last night. Horton, resulted of ttrOO to the Interesting n progress at V A most ported in ya 'school Malaga, snd Hope are conducting i ' Judge fiteanta fa In Roswell and ' TOKIGIITH rROGItAM AT HIGH the upper valley looking after mat-i SCHOOL, ters . in the Interest of his can dldacy for Judge of this district. I Program for the eighth grade I entertainment. Saturday evening, May 11th, at the High school audi- torium, at eight o'clock sharp. Address of Welcome, written by Lura Barron, spoken by Rarber- , Nell Thomas. Recitation, Virgil McCullora. Tisno sol...

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. — 11 May 1918

IS WIRELESS OPErWCif VM OF CENSORS , .FULL OF THRILLS Women of England Find in It a Mott Atti active aid Lucra tive Protesson. atriotic ir reaiures HELP DRAW KET OH SPIES I " -'ill I., fvtl Y l.-;'T !: Zv of CARLSBAD CHAUTAUQUA Capt. David Fallon Aj'WrU,- -. . J MAJOR MARR, Singer, Who Cemaa te Chautauqua. I'mctalmed the gmaU! wu lecturer m the platform, ThLi ruaji iituiM to tut with a variety of ecrieii e and narrow eraoea from doatb. (with thirteen wouuds) and a thrilling story told In a manner un equaled by any other war lecturer. HAKHIET BIRD WARREN Of the American Ambulance Corjwt who will tell about the IUhI CroM work, not from hear mi), but front a year's Actual experience In the front line hoMplUla. CHAPLAIN E. H. LOUGHER juht returned from France, where he went an a member of the AinerkAn I ted Croee oommls slon a brllllan lecturer and a man with a life of thrilling ep erlancea. THE MARR ENTERTAINERS .Not profeaaloiutl tnUAlclaon. Hut three men with war record who Ming, pla...

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. — 13 May 1918

He vmk Crarremt VOIi. 2, NO. 2.1. CAUI.StlAI), M;V MICXIOO, MONDAY, MAY 10, 19111. .VOO Year, COc. Month, k. Copy. AMERICAN AHRY IN RESERVE NEW LIE TOLD PASSENGER SER-! RESULTS OF GERMAN PEOPLE! VICE CUT THE ELECTION I V .1 4 s r Aftnurance In their ability to atem th tide of German force grow anionic the allied Icadem an the enemy delays thn renewal of the offensive. With the French reaerves almoit intact. It hita been decided not to Incorporate the American army Into the Anglo French armies at thia time and not to use It until it In complete and nelf-tuatatnlnK. Waithtniton report I untied by the Dritlnh war haa no official confirmation of the eabtnet, but gratification la re!, that the American army will be able to meet the foe an entirety, tiernuui military lender have uwd up moot of their reserve In their attack uliwe MartJi the tvMnty-flrt The 11 Titian and French armlea, with reserve forces, are deemed fully able to beat away all further enemy onrushes. The allied strategy 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. — 13 May 1918

RESULTS OF ELECTION District Juf1pr B , 5 a S S c .- m SL f - u n O i C3 i e c.iii wai " : i " 2 1; r r i 7 it n frr 1 2 r Otis I 45 d fi 22 LovIhk ! fiti 21 37 10 M.iIuka .... 35 12 23 25 Queen ! t 1H fi 7 Lukewood . j 2 5 3 4 13 Id Jtayton t 1.1 1 .10 Attoeln 12fi 05 202 :'it5 Cottonwood 22 24 18 24 1Iom 72 14 6 120 TOTAL 1 f.f.5 40 532 507 v I c I c .15 1!) 23 4 3 3 f.:. 4 ft P. I K c U 2 5 5 4 3 32 44 !) 12!f Representative a c m a "3JT 50 23 CI) 30 24 H 91 t "2 IT 54 34 32 5 34 2fi 208 71 12G "SOT 2RT 3 6 51 28 H 41 27 227 13i) ft 4 2 Sheilff a o HOT 3 4 3 5 11 14 17 27 22C. 3 4 12H o n o V I s Cleik a ss M 4I7T" 3H S3 6.J 51 12 57 2 5 145 4H 71 fV :t o 78 44 21 r,5 2 HI :tt 143 l .'!; s V a. 4. ft 15 1J 5 12 20 235 4S 51 510 TlCasill or 4, ! .lio i 7 I 2N 2! 183 3 3 1 1' NS7 197 ; 2M 38 5 51 m e 204 4f SO fH0 Siipt. a o 376 32 4 0 4!) 13 60 3!l lor, 40 76 J 831 j O a 136 38 47 15 14 12 13 27f 40 120 ; 714 I Surveyor U 90 9 22 21 8 36 26 2 43 88 5 43 a V. (Continue! from I'lrot...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 13 May 1918

THR XVKIa CUTtltENT, MO.VDAY, MAT 13, 10m.. ;lner K4 ' .Ji IX use Ml S y ! 70 2(1 25 PlS: ; :i 0 38 I ".11 1 ! LOCAL NEWS Mr. Hose Kucera-Red, of lloa writ, is Tlltla Carlsoad friends this week. Helen Let llalrd la down Clovls to attend the closing cises of HUi vchool. from VT- A. I). Maker, of Itoswell, photo grapher. Is In town today, look Ins after business of various kinds. Jiui Delfc spent from the ranch. Sunday In town The Lick th Kaiser Club has booth at the Chautauqua grounds. Join now and avoid being solicited. A new stationary awning ts being- erected over the office of the Weaver's Garage, which will be similar to theee being erect,! In different parts of the town. "Hob" Jouca Is here from Mug ii.nna. lie will be remembered many of on- townspeople, hav resided In Carlsbad ouin,i- uutly some thiee years ao. .1 J. Smith and wife .i' i.- Ii rally this punning from KorV.y Anrya, when thr) spent i.' rday. . f. Smith a everything looks I'iid In the Pocky Arroya action. London, ...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 13 May 1918

SPOTS SU111IE ON BED OF OCEAN a NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY A icaplane Has Important Part In Hunting Down German U-Boats. SHARED WITH STEEL ROPES o) A M Jt A M M' A M M i Owing to the restriction in output all cars will ADVANCE IN PRCE Adams & Williams AT WEAVER'S GARAGE TIRES We have in stock a few AJAX TIRES we will close out at SPECIAL PRICES. :J0x3 Plain Clincher 30x3 Road KFing Clincher 30x3 Non-Skid Clincher 30x3 io Plain Clincher 30x3iL Road King Clincher 30x3 U Non-Skid Clincher 32x 1 Plain Skid Side 32x1 Non-Skid Side 3lx 1 Non-Skid Side These tires are practically new stock. The AJAX is a ffood fabric tire and guaranteed 5,000 miles. SOUTHERN 71UTO COMPANY -EARL G. WOOLACE, Mgr. Enemy It Given Five Mlnutee to Rlea and Surrender, Then le Blown Up Vivid Description by English Writer. Loudon. One of the method by which, the flrvt mr lord. Mir Erie Gcddca ha Id recently, the eubinarlne menace In being rH-M. It vMdly de--MInh1 by a writer In tbo Liverpool Journal of Commerce. A ...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 14 May 1918

V, - r ft J&ve: Hitent IWUttg Jb VOL. 2, NO. 21. CAIlt.HII.il, XKW MIJXICO. TI'F.SDA Y, MAY H. 191. VA.OO Year, IOc. .Month. Ac. Cfy. NEVILLE ISLAND IBIRKNER TRIAL BIG PLANT SITE' AT SANTA FE Hy Associated Press. Washington, May 14. Neville inland in the Ohio liver, near Pitts burgh, lmi been selected by the War department u a site for the great govcrntnnt ordnance plant to be built and operated In the Interior. OIL LEASING BILL JAMES GORDON AMENDED ; BENNETT DIES i Nl'ltHTITI'TKM MINT UK SOLD ( iii:ri:it. Washington. May H. - lletailet s have received u sharp warning from Ilooer regarding prices. Wheat flour substitutes should mil from 10 to 20 percent less than wheat flour. Food Administrator )looer notified state food admin istrators. The administrators were instructed to direct wholesalers to ttop dealing with retailers who cannot Justify their prices on the basis of the cost or their goods. Cornineal and oatmeal would sell for twenty per cent below the price of wheat flour ...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 14 May 1918

IMPORTANT Tie Anderson Company tni Edna Meant ire He Joy Day Folki tt ttactanqna. Captain lougher In to speak at the chautnmiua tomorrow alternoon It la h ti especially Impoitaut event. The captain has Just re turned Irom Franco, and hasn't been in thin country two week J If waa in I'lcardy when th bin jfet)Mve begun. He talked with JlalK and 'with Foch. He wan there while llaker waa then-. He la the best informed mat. on th' situation in tho houthwest, and it ia Imperative that every man nnd woman heat him. The chautaii iua offeis no greater attraction than the Ameriran soldier, who in an ambassador from the govern ment to the people. He In one of twelve sent out by Washington. You iniifit hear him; it is absolute ly the necessary thing. It it as much your duty to hear laugher Wednesday afternoon ax It la to buy War Stain pa or new Red Cross dieaainKH. Iteineinher the dale Wednenday alternoou, at three foiyt-IHe. 1i WHO i:TLHTAIX lOXHiHT AT ciiaitai vi a MlVIXU l,H'AI.H. HKCISTHANT...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 14 May 1918

J TUB KVKNINO CUIUUJNT, TUESDAY. MAY 14, 1111. LOCAL NEWS II. C. McIonaldon, from the lower valley, ia In town today. Tonight and Wednesday fair; 0t much change In temperature. O. K. Ingram It In town today from the C. I. 4 N. ranch nrter ranch supplies. I. V, Hollebeke and sons wra in from their ranch on the Del ware yesterday looking after supplies. Minn Ada Gordon la down from Laat Chance and will upend the week In town In attendance at the Chautauqua. Try or Sanderson, of El Paso, la In town and wua present at the chautaiiiiia entertainment I nut lilKttt. Mra. Ilertrand Wood la attend 1 n k th Chautauqua this week and visiting friends. Mrs. Wood's home is In I.akewood. Washington, May 14. The Com ptroller of the Currency has Issued a call for the condition of all National banka the closet of business Friday, May tenth. Miss Veliua Heater Is a guest at the Thaer home and will spend the week In attendance at the ehautatiua. Miss Dora Nelson of Lake wood , was operated on for appen...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 14 May 1918

I Mm. Frank W. Hosa, of Loving, came tip from there last night and, will be In attendance at the chad tauqua this week. Mrs. Hosa, who had "Tommy", the bahy son of Mr. and Mrs. "Hed" Smith, In charge, gave the baby bark to bis father and sister today. The little tclrl, Leon a, thinks she csn care for the little one since school la out. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY A CM A Owing to the restriction in output all cars will ADVANCE IN PRCE Adams & Williams AT-: WEAVER'S GARAGE I'M Woerner Is In bnrd luck. While grubbing out n hedge of bola d'aic trees, he had the mis fortune to run a thorn Into hi loft band. The Injured member swelled rapidly in spite of inedl rnl attention and he Is now wear ing his beand in n sling, although I in prrs I n jr. It having been intimated th.it the donation of the profit fiom the mile of Ice by The Public I'tllltles Company for the month of May would be very small, the Com pany guarantees thnt the amount of the donation will not be less than One Hundred Dnlla...

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 1918

G line Eveinim VOL. 2, NO. 2.1. iti.su i. m;v Mi;xiro. ui:ii;si.v, may in, iim. i.Yimi Yenr, oc. Month. tU . Copy, FRENCH EFFORT IS SUCCESSFUL T TUCSON MEN ROSTOV TAKEN ' FACE CHARGE! FROM GERMANS WLSON AGAINS PROPOSED BILL r f . X. 1 . X r l',y AocIatl l'rrsi. It In expected the renewal of the Oernutn offenMte having full ed to develop, that the allien uio continuing the tnctlcn of untlcipnt Idk a thrust " by reaching out for new vantage point from which it better reHlnfance nrlght be nwile when the Mow rnnips. Tho French wtp aggrcHivoia In lant operation of thin kind, which wn CHrrl'l out late yesterday. They pushed out from their linen aoiith of llallle, -on the Sonnne front, tlie ohjectlve being The wood nlfnated nt about the point where the Herman had tunde helr-iurth-et westward advance and are now within a Khort dlsta-nce of l'artn Amlen railway. The operation wan micxesnf nl. by AKHOclated I'rc. Washington, May 15.- In a let ter to Mertln Virginia. He Demo cratic leader In t...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 15 May 1918

THITII AXD FIIKKDOM A KOLDIKIVH I.KTTI'R. tiih 111:1.1,0 girl hkaiw much (Harmon delivered by nr. Geo. 11. Olvsn Sundsy niornlnic. May 12, 1 9 1 S, at Illjch school exercises.) Test ht. John H-i2 'V fcliMll know the Inith. end tli truth hlmll make )m fire." T( discover the truth, obtain freedom and render service are the great and noble object of all edu cation. To know the truth bring freedom, :nd freedom prepares for aervice. Hut titan In bondage can not render gratuitous service. Therefore, In freedom alone ran the highest form of service bo lound. F.very material thing must be perfectly flee before servlc of the highest type can be given to man. Wood, Iron, sto'ne, silver and gold muni be releaatd from 'their native state before they can properly aerve the human nee. No Individual clamped In the vine of Ignorance, and hound hand and foot with the shackle of sup erstltlonTnn ever render un1hlng but the very lowest and moat men ial aervice to bla fellow num. I'u The Kaiser called ...

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 1918

tiik livr.MNd cuniiENT, wedxkkday, MAT 15, 101. i I DYNAMIC RED CROSS MONEY By FRANKUN K. LANE. eerctary ef the Interler. TIIK JUDICIAL CONTEST. OUT of th- $100,000,000 tfiven last June by tin American people to the lied Cross, nearly one-half ($45,000,000) has koiu- to help the refugees, the orphaned children, the repatriates and wounded of the French. Belgian, Italian, Serbian, Roumanian and other peoples. The Red Cross has spent more than $30,000, 000 in France alone in the establishment of canteens for the poilus. the reconstruction of devasted dis tricts, the care of homeless children, the housing of refugees, the sending of food, clothes and supplies to the sorely burdened civilian population. More than $2,000,000 has been spent in fighting tubercu losis, one of the worst of war's by-products; $1,149. 000 has been expended for the shelter of war orphans. $2,709,730 has been appropriated for the reconstruc tion of villages and general relief work in the dev asted areas. In Ital...

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 1918

(Coot limed from .Nrcnnil l'e. ) tiuth M I iti:i:ioi. on omuoci ncy ; hu demon acy can nvei gndle l ho globe nor (loo I the face ol the oalth with nil Its rlTnlKt'tit gloij, until all tho na tions mi 'I tilbca and tongues shall wlth a clearer iaon than ever be fore, and walking In Its lustrous lleht Khali find the freedom that they seek. I'erhaps the greatest wotk of the teacher In to create In th 'try heart of tho pupil lofty ideal aod standard of life. Ily coinpnrl on tue teacher in a cod and tiie fitKt know tho It nth. When demo-1 ;ij I a lump of clay. Ily pra.ept craoy and M inn snail nicoi uni-m-i ami example h9 m old tho clar loi or, then shall kill lint what cation? and and peace i luhlcousiics cadi oilier. in tiuth? what ia edu wliat lit licodom? w ,. And who with when 'I nth, din atinii and 1 1 codoin con fctitute 'In' poifcct and liai nuinlou.8 lelatlon between I lie human and the llllie. littvveiii tin mind imT I. fill and the in, ml nf (iod. I ll- lieW ideal uf ti- Vt'ol...

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 1918

lae vemm orem VOIi. 2, NO. SO. tWHLSMU), NKW MEXICO, Tlll'RMlAY, MAY Id, 10IK. M.OO Year, 00c. Month, ftc. Copy. GREAT BRITAIN READY TO HEAR PEACE TALK Uy Associated l'i en. Ixindon. ..May ....16. Great Hritain Is prepared to consid er proposal from the enemy provided they are put forward i .by accredited ..persons ..in ..a straightforward manner, foreign secretary llalfour declared In , the Houko of Commons. "IK ANY JIKI'IIKSKNTA- . TIVK OF ANY . IlKLT.IOEK-. KNT DKSIKKM SERIOUSLY TO LAY IlKFOIti: US ANY proposal, wj: auk ready TO LISTEN," UALFOLR SAID. WILSON OBJECTS TO INVESTIGATION Uy Associated Press. Washington, May 1C Th'i Pres ident renewed the flxht against the adoption by the Senate of Chamberlain's resolution for a war Inquiry by the military committed. He advised Thompson, of Kansus, that the resolution, as amended, yesterday, by the Senate, expendi ture committee, Mill In objection aide, considering nil the cnevm stances. The President told Thompson thnt the Chnmhi-i la...

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 1918

To Mrk the Kalarr Club Mini t TIkmo Who Snill lie In the Club. - n. u A 4 w 4 I M jfrra of mercy drawn through an ocean pj unspeakable pain" THERE isonly oneway to give to the Red Cross- give till your heart says stop. A little contribution is only a salve to pride. This is not to say that contributions of only one dollar, or even of only one niekle, are not desired and needed. .For you to (five $ when you can (five $25 for you to (five $2f when you cah (five 8 100, or to (f've $100 when you can (five $500 is to dod(fe the heaviest obligation that this war has laid jipon you. For remember, this is not a charity: this, is a duty. This is not a time to (five because others (five. This is a time to (five because others need. No man can tell you how much you ought to give. Except this: that 44 Over There" the need is so great that only by cutting to the quick, only by giving all that you think you can give and then more only by giving not a little of your excess but much of it only by t...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
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