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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 16 May 1918

Tift: lvunino cunnnxT, Tin iimay, mm 10, ioih. LOCAL NEWS KOLDIKIl I.V KHANCi: WIUTKS IIO.MK TO MOTH Kit. Mr. and Mrs. Rom Holt are In attending Chautauqua. Tonight and Friday generally fair; cooler aoutheaiit portion. Dr. M. K. I'uckett and wife are down from Hope to attend the Chautauqua. K. I). Ilruce made a hurried vlr't to Carlsbad yesterday return Ing to Malaga In the evening. Mia. Thomas Hlggtna went up to Arlesla Tuesday and pent a day or two there transacting business. Mrs. I). 0. Orantham haa been confined to her bed for some days with tonsllltls. but la better at thla time. Mrs. Fannin, wife of Sergeant Fannin, of Ft. Ml, was In town Tuesday en route to Itoswell and the upper valley. ( - Huford Polk la down from his ranch In the mountains thla morn ing, vlaltlng hla family and attend Ing to business. F. M. Logan, J. I'. or the Hope precinct, Dan llerkett. constable. also or Hope, rreu wuson. n torney. and D. I.. Oarrctt. stock man, were In town yesterday trans acting busi...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 16 May 1918

HURRY! HURRY! 1 I I'AIT.IIN MM'UIIKIt HA VH VK 511 "HT M.IKK II AKTH. WANTS AM, TO JOIN I.HK Till: KAISKIl (M M. "llm ry ! " 'Htm)!" "llntiy!" That wa the mMsaK t lint Captain K. II. LoiikImt, of t Im Intelligence Jienartme nl of tin fnlteil States Atmy. Immnht to (ulh!il. yeater day afternoon, at the ChatitiMi.ma. "Kr eteiy month' lt. v nftrrj Juno in puttHm a flKhtlnK loire in the field, the fulled State mint loae fifty thousand mon." nald ticn erul ivtaln to Captain I.oiulu r, an the soldier left for Amenm. "If I were In authority, which not," null the cartuln, "I net vcry factory .it work, mechanic with a tool In his and hull 'I eimlne to engine the Klunt t'apionl pianos that arc icady for them. And IM Mow llerlln bo deep Into the Krotind that nrchfoloKlHta couldn't find It In u thoiiaand yeata." "To hell with the KalM, and 1. m whole dammed Kovernment", or hlH I am would eery handa t 1 1 you in favor them a Vkraiiu', Kurope, rrlod 1-ounher, In an exren enerry that falily lctt 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. — 17 May 1918

EvemliK Currant Ifeie VOL. 2, NO. 27. CAIIIjSIIAD, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1018. 13.00 Yenr, 60c. Month, Oc. Copy. PEACEFUL ON WESTERN FRONT U. S. TROOPS FAMOUS ITALIAN IWILSON ISSUES AVIATOR KILLED DENIAL OF REPORT Hill NOW ON SOMME 4 j w n With British Army In France, May 16. By Associated Press. Tho allies still are waiting for Field Marshal Von Hindenburg to how his hand. No more ' magnifi cent weather could be Imagined j than has favored the western front: In the last forty-eight hours. Hut, even this has brought no change ; In the military situation. The' Germans continue to remain com, paratlvely Inactive In their sun baked defenses and were It not for the rumbling of guns and clouds of dust along the lines of trans port and the flight of the airplanes, winging their way across the battle scene. It would be hard to realize that a war was going on. Joint CommlttAo Formed to Inves tigate Htoel Industry. By Associated Press. Washington, May 17. After a conference between the...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 17 May 1918

A MOTIIKIt'M DAY MITTI'Jl. Of many Mtors written on "Mothers' Day" to mothers in CarUsl by their absent sons, none Is vmrv gratefully chei l8hM than the following from Frank Mooro to Mb mother: Kan FranrlHCO. Oal. May 12 III. I proclamation lit authority, I, us no much h soldl- lo h who wear Iear Mamma: According to a sued by National a RhlDbtilhlor. tun er an tliOH brao th iiiiltoiin. Thin day has been denlcnattd ai Mother's Day". My letter does not rome to you from over the ses, but thes few word will ex press to you my love, and my hope that n Inftln poarn will rome to the allien when sacrifices will be no more. With loe, your son, FKANK. Shipbuilder for the duration of the war. Woikmen are busily enKaged In the city cemetery this week Install 1ns the largo and ImpoHlnic monu ment over the Krae of tlio late Morgan Livingston. This massive piece of statuary Is seven feet hlKh and weighs over 48.000 lbs. The agent for the marble company who furnished the stoue considers It the fine...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 17 May 1918

Tim i:vi:mxo cuitRK.vr, Friday, may 17, 101. LOCAL NEWS Miss nuth Galton, the nurse, was onerated on for appendicitis. Thurs day, and Is doing well at this time, ' at Eddy County hospital. . . . ' Miss Dora Nelson, of Lnkcwood,1 and Mrsf Jasper Funning ,of the name place, were operated on at Eddy County hospital Wednesday. Word from Arthur Breeding Is that he Is en route to Georgia, where he goes to take military training at a cantonment. Arthui went liy way of Hun Antonio and saw Sergt. Harry McKIm of Carls had, who Is stationed at Kelly Field" near that city, a member of an aero squadron. J. D. Forehand, wife and little granddaughter, Aline Reed, came In from the ranch on Black river today and will stay until after commencement exercises tonight. Their grandson, Roy Forehand, be ing one of theg raduates. Mrs. Forehand says that while It Is ex tremely dry In their part of the country, the cattle are standing the drouth remarkably. They are feeding a few. A number of Lakewood peo pl...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 17 May 1918

M White Pumps and Oxfords We have just received a shipment of Ladies' White Kid Pumps and Lace Oxfords in a good looking cov ered French heel, a good assort ment of widths and all sizes. They are good looking and priced at LOCAL NEWS Mint Margaret Dlsbop and J. II. Cecil and family of Artcsla, were meats at the IHtes Wednesday. Mrs. II. P. Bailey and sons, Jules Daker mod II. P., Jr., left this morning for Roswell, their home. The Scouts, both troops, are ar ranging . to camp next week on Mack river, and preparation is on at high speed. ' Mrs. C. D. Illckman and children Idabelle and C, D. Junior, return ed last night from a five weeks' visit to friends In El Paso. Twenty men will be put on to day to solicit members and help In various ways to further the aims of the "Lick the Kaiser Club." $6.50 A good looking Black Kid Lace Oxford, all leather, French heel $6.00 Guy A. Reed Is down from Ar tesla, coming last night, and may remain a day or two before leav ing for the upper valley. ...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 18 May 1918

Ik VOI,. a, NO. 28. Aiti.snAO, new MISXICO, SATI KIIW, MAY M, IIMN. $5.00 Yr, eor. .Month, 6. Off. HOPE RAISES I DRAFT CALLS FOR RED CROSS FUND! 61 FROM EDDY CO. AMERICANS THIRD BID EXPLOSION ON WEST FRONT ! AT PITTSBURGH A f rlplHif rtH-uMtgr receive! llii morning from llo tell CmiIsIumI m41 I tint tlir cltleiis f that mtilotlc community hnv liilseil their iiK for It! l'nM work and have mmey In liMiitl, 97.MMNI, mhI Hint before Hie drlvr IwhIiih. All lumor to the I)nI nihI -mtrlotic rltleiiH of Hope. Tliry have kIvcii free If of tlirlr time, Ihrlr nmnr), mid their youiiK IiimiiImmmI to further the cause of demm rm ) mimI "make the world m leeiit plio e plane In which to live." Three hceis and n finer norm for I loin a leleKrMiu recchcil !y the local exemption hoard, the Current learn Hint ll men Mill lie taken from IliU county In the elrtlve draft now ah-oiit to In made. The county ImmmsI U lmy nI IhU lime revl Inu Hif IM, imiI the name of tlwe-e nelecteil cannot lie an iioimceil l...

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 18 May 1918

o THE NEW RESURRECTION ."A great -net of mercy drawn through an ocean oj unspeakable pain' d p LwH.MNUiJ i - tii .tut- ww . . ar. .uju.-mr ... y i f(vf:Jn -kv I' T N L- ! A I r -1 1 1 1 I'oilu illKuiiik! In il..' r';ir if l be liui'i iitiini r 1 1 1 hitiiiliiii I IIU'ii'' "f tli' Snlr loin from Hm f II MMi xltrilK l. ii It in liHI lili'l IhiiIi iI (in li r M ln;ni of )mIi- CHAUTAUQUA AND THE WAR. i;Timi ri(.i!'iu wiimmi wioii tli Ml"" In letter to tbe i t-Iftt-nl tf I In liiii-niiillmial l.wi'Min ami l lni'i .Itnupi" Aki l.ijlmi. i oik Ttfl 1 1 u Hi" J lllllll'llllllllll l. till' ( 'll.llliH.I (I'M lnc Hi' war "ll Ii.h ln n n in v in ( Hi 1 lir miii' .Utile 1)1 lIlilIlK Mi'll lilK.lMIlllliill In' fill 11 1! It'll !' ll till - .M'II ( AhHMii.i In Mi- blinni'l" lb.it I- "" fii)il aii)i pi'i' IiiihI.hih ni.il ' Hutu f iijiiiiii.il life Yi'iir t ;i K -troinu fjiiin mti in ii ii 1 1 In Miiinii in" . Hireling i'k'i In tbe f i i i M huh MiK'ii',i '"I b eur of Intimate nu. I iiinler, I .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. — 18 May 1918

Till; i:VKMQ CVRRb'XT, 8ATU.DAY, MAT i, 1PIH. LOCAL NEWS Mia Olive BchulU la a Carlsbad from her home this week. visitor to In Lovinjr llrney Hopkins who ranches l'i 11. r -evn lllvera country Is In town today. Morning service at (Jrace church tomorrow at It A. M. with aermon hy the Itectnr, He. F. W. Pratt. Deputy United States Marshal Henry KushcII, or Santa Fe, wan In town yesterday on Federal court . iMnner Tarty. ' At the J. h. Joyce home last nlxht a beautifully appointed din ner wan Riven honoring Captain Fallon, the returned soldier, and Uapharl F.tumanuel, who were In the city yesterday, appearing be fore the Chautauqua. Other Kuests were MIm F.llxabctti I'rult. of Itoswell, and her brother, Ilurney I'rult, and Miss Mary Isabel Johnson, of this city. The lovely and hospitable Joyce home seldom etttettalned more eonKOjtLal and distinguished guests, and th evening waa one of great pleasure to all prcsnet. GIVE BOMBS TO TOTS Soldier Tells of Inhuman . Actt Practiced by Boches....

Publication Title: Evening Current, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 18 May 1918

I'll.trT.Vfgl'A it xkit. Attendance at chautauqna ha dt-pii lance thin week, especially laat uUht whfn Capuirt Kallon gave his thrilling atory of how he "FouRht ThtouKh Heir. ' " wn? niton, mod eat, atrulKhtforward anr hlithly IntereMlnK. 1 1 1 hearers could no! help Imt feel a tender jiH lor the biae little hero who bore many arum of the battlefield. Captain Fallon told In u praphlc. tm manner IiIh mh enturea through No Man's Land ami visit to an enemy tiemh. When In the trench he Mo"d ,,,,lr K"n 'M"" placement, ami killed several of the enemy. Carlsbad In Indeed for tunate In hattnc HiIh uallant Hilt IkIi captain tulnn I In hoi mm of war to Ihrin. Out fellowtownsman. Mr. I'ratt, Int induced tSnvcrnor ldndaey to the audience, ami he In turn Intro duced Captain Fallon. At tin1 clone tin' lmmene audit-lice MIM II MlllHltlK IIKM'Ilt to the following pledge which was sent to the I'realdent today: CarHbad, N. M., May J 7, 118. To Wood row Wilaon, Prsldent, White llouae, 'ahlnton. 1). 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. — 20 May 1918

Jibe veraum VOI 2, M. 20. cAiti.siiAi. m:w mk.tico, mo.nday, may so, M.OU Venr. OOo. Month, ftc. Copy, 1 . &s KAISER'S BEST RED CROSS WAR iYOUTHS 21 SINCElTHOSE CALLED IKUUmitSIIAIt .UNU DRIVE IS ON: JUNE 5 MUST ! IN NEW DRAFT Jly Aoclated I'teaii. 1'mU, May 20. .French mimI ltlin tiutde mi tulviutce of Itnelve lid half mile mi the HeMeru ed of the Macedonian front. Hi Vr ffice ham announced. By AaHoclated I'teM. From Ypre to the Ithclma, the Hld allllle MWMlt confidentially the ifftomption by i ;r Mm it mren elve which they began two mouth ko. They hate cood weathei hut aerni to hae nn dlpoltion 1o take advantage of it. A luck or Ilnhtlnu rplrll In the crack (ietman .thl- HlODK. II In ICpOlicd. I liol.Unu back m renewal of the heaty bat 11m. Mnt uf the flint cIhmn unit Were haltered eietey In the flubl ln of the lat two month mid if quire moil- ret before 1 1 1 v run again take up active opt i alton. The Indication ale that 'the Ceinian may extend tin ukMIiik front ruither outh...

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 May 1918

The two Persian kitted auction fd orf by C. C. Moaner for th benerit of the local Red CroAt l rhantaiMiua Saturday night brought to the trcanry of that nranlf Hon $22.50. LJ A frtai nit if mtrvy Jrwn thnmk am tftrtJA oj unspeakabU pttrt" Across the Seas They Gai m ACROSS the seas from every war-torn -nation in the Allied cause there comes the call for Red Cross help. It comes from soldiers who have grimly faced Jhe gleaming bayonet steel and poison gas and screaming shells, and who now lie with parching throats and throbbing wounds. It comes from soldiers sick with fever, pneumonia, tuberculosis. It comes from soldiers crippled, mutilated, blinded, who can no longer fight and must be taught and trained for useful occupations. It comes from the underfed,, shivering, helpless prisoners in the German prison camps. It comes from little children, orphaned, home less, slowly starving day by day, by tens and tens of thousands. It comes from mothers in the pillaged zones of war whose hearts...

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 May 1918

NNkWt m UMiiiiii nmmmmm mi aa .mn tfatw j a. tiii: ctnrjjvr, mojpW. mat ao, LOCAL NEWS Tonight nrl Tueaday geneially f I r : not much change In tempera t it re. The Queen ladle hut p Jnt fin ished t hit ty milt of pajumu for the Hed Croa. Wallace hi ranch Smith la In today on the Delaware. from Mr. Luther waa registered day. Foster from Artol at the Latea. Sun- Are you a member 01 the Lick the Kaiser Club. If not. kirk in ' and kick thf k Minor. TICK TIIK KAISIU." Mr. David Gray, Mr. Meldren (Way and Mr. Frank I'm. of Una well, air at the Crawford. Mra. Fred Nymeyer and two on. II. A. Jr., and Itohert Kelt, and her nephew. Wayne Crowder, left for ticlr-home In F.onlce yesterday. v arlnn Mi. and Mr. Claude" FuirU had lor their guenl yeaterduy, Mra. Wallia, of lnvng, Mra. Ku 1 1 in. of Artesla. and Mr. and Mra. K. M. Kearney and children of Loving, Mr. and Mra. Hill and ou..l(ay, have leaned the Frank Hos hiiugu low on Noith Canyon street and will occupy the same a noon ii moving urru...

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 May 1918

(Continued from Flil fage.) limury" P tun I K l t " 77 7. 1 "-; 1 f j. nh i-Hii i nr-M 1 4 Alfred NV. Thompson 2Mo70 Albeit ItiiHHvll ImmkIi l.v. 2'M-M I Jacob IJnihmiah 21H-130 Thoni.i JefTcihon I'otlct . 2 2 1 ni 0 John I'M m In Vail Hoy !M?-fi22 W-alfci Am it lliown . 2 r -1 0 7 7 Jainea T. Thrasher 2 40-7N 1 J.ihti T. Kiikpatilck 24N-1D.M Aibe,t 'imif . . 2. ;!,:, Olio Sin it It . 2 7 7 - 4 :j r AMlnii Cluster AnriciMin 2 . 7 - 7 1 William Nnlin Yoiinu 202-421 Kd V. WhI-oii 2 Joncph Sew ell i Ih r i lm K mui ii i .218 1 10? John Thomac Minn :t -1 itf Joncph Herman )eioK .104-1?3 Kaincrl K U.iuklu no7 Jlui lloliu ill I I 1 10 Kdward L. Kteeler .112-1051 Stephen IJ o1.-i I Holland 318 843 Chailea K. Houm 319-1055 U Murk 7... ..3 2 0-1 00 KmiI Napoleon ,lllell 341-896 Owen Cmy liiinn 342-10!R Lester II. Matthla .., 343-24 J.ii.m-h lloiiftloii Day 34M-'.i2! Wiley N. Whatley 3K7-4 4 2 William Clarence Stephen. ..1Ht'i-l'.r, KiiKi-tif M. Kind l 387-744 I :;i I tic at 1 1 mid teuton 3!...

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. — 21 May 1918

Se Eveiikg Current I CAItl.SllAI. NKW MUXICO, Tl i:si r l V 21. 10 IK. .." m Yrni, Mm . Month. T . Copy. VOL. 2. iW. UL PLOT A A 9 A ALLIf S IMPROVE POSITIONS MILLION WILL REGISTER ON 5TH SUB DANGER IS' REDUCED SINN I i:iN SVMPATIII.KIts AMI t.T.IOIANS WOltK HAND IN IMMI IN I NITIO MTATKM UN. I II. i 'A t ti'HT lV Ol I l l lts. ' Th rivlay In laiinclilnij t ti p.ctctl if i until offptinh' appaii'tilly In kMiik IIk alllt'tl lioopH little cnnifin, a 1 h Improve thHr pos ition hPi Htm inere ny Minn: local itttaekn. Wlw-thfi- tin- Or-r-man pi'pitil In iVntw ln'iiy Hi: lit I tin Im not t char, tint Ht rn ii ul tli'V tin nut react KiitiiHl Hie Aim lo-French nililillnu tactic. Mil (!. limit ti.ilv.ein Miniiit Kclnmcl .llnl III" IhIuIiI.-i ;iIhi' Mount limif mill I 'rhn pt'iilicii:. Kicnrl) liae M-iitly Impioxetl their pOHltlOllr III II till Vt.l III IllOX Mlll'llt nloni; a limit of two mile. j Uy AnMoclatl 'rtHft. N MKiiiKtnn. May 21. H Ik ! j liltitril h Miilm (ielieial t'lowilef , fimu 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. — 21 May 1918

LARGEST TANK IN THE WORLD BUILT FOR THE U. S Mra. Win. Haumback tells the Current that her husband, Hergennt lliiiuhnrk, in atatloncd at present at Haltlmore, Maryland, where h was sent from Camp Kearney to attend a school for lnnructlon In the running and rare nt autonirv bile trmkn. He expertn to he nt M'W'W11."1.. i . t - - .... 4. . r . f'.': . .? "i ,; if- Hultliiiore for nome ijionthn. I, V p . 1 ... MIsh Htit and Mra. Tillidraw h.e planned to -nve tonlKht for a visit lo their old home In Chimin. They hu IIm hent wUhea or many friends here for a plrwHant anni mer. Mi. .loHi-ph U'angler lae to- vt ' - I f ' ' ri I - 4. I , . - ... 4 . i V -r- Ui. "7 V ' nkht tor a auuiuier visit; first, to ; Arizona, where she speud a I coupU' i.f Wft-ks; later koIiik to I t'inrliinatl and from there to other Initio fines. Mrs. Wanler may de I ride to extend her visit to i'ltts I bniKh. She plans to return to I 'a i Ishad tv the of Anv'iist. I lid l.amh left on the north bound train last nkht f...

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. — 21 May 1918

THE i:MSlXU CUUIKNT, TTLSDAY, MAY 21, lUlH. 1 LOCAL NEWS Tele Craft, of Clovla, was regis tered t the Palace, Monday. V. H from his It. K. Valley. I city. Losk la In ranch. town today Tonight and Wednesday fair; not nuirli chance in temperature. HK.MI YOUl NKWHPAPF.IW TO IKlYM OVTIH. TIIKItK. Iii up from the iiiorntiiK lians- H.-.-n Lee Halrd lei t for her home at Clovla after M very pleas ant stav with school Mends In Cat IhImiI. Seal Morgan, of Hnswell, was an overnight guest of licit ltallns. lie was en route to Join tin navy at San Francisco. Joe l.usk was In yesterday from M ranch -Hot and dry" la the way he described rondltlona In his part of the country. W. C. Doss, veierlnar) sniienii, cime down yesterday Hl'teinomi on j Inapet tloii tilp. from his home af Aftesla, stopping at tin lilvht-way. dm Thompson. Htorkman and Imww. lift this morn I ml lot a junch lo-ar MuKitatena alter sev ci ill dava' stav here. "Next to your letter from home, a ropy of the home town paper la the h...

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. — 21 May 1918

Minute of h c ill lucetlnt; of the Town Trontec of the Town of (.'rliihad, New Mexico, held May 18, lniK, Ht f o'rlo'k A. M. There were present: I). C. ;rMiilli.U(i. Mavoi. Julian Smith. Tjoafee. J. H. I.afit. Tieamirer. C. C. Sike. Tuihtee. J. II. Il.tKii. Town Marahal. I Maim I, nk". Jr., Iteroi er. ; I'fmppl'Oted lllllllltl'H Of . IOIIH ; meetlnvH weie it.nl ami appnued : TIm fnllowlnc IIIh wi'ie read;' C. l.lcwcllen. palmy nluhl watch- , man April 21 to :1ft inliilve . hUU in ttUluj., ku uul dillt. lull 1 .' Oily, f ,!. I nr uuit' 1IIIH l It MIIOtU MUM III . . ji.im. lH lll'IHK itllfU llll .In . II ., i.i ill fc.luif.U liun Ul tUU .. . o uiiiui .mii;ii uuu iii'tilu i .iinV.ltii mi iliu V. Il Ul CiIImi...., . ...... V l... j ,C illl tllll, Hlnl lit ,ti . ii. ii. mi . nil Iu n.nmivn, lu. ...ii n..U mil UUU li m lituii uiiik mi. mipi u eiiu'iit ui v . 1 1 . mill. ik lli. pawl itillilllllH ti.il MM iilnl MUHK U brief MilU'- llll III III III Mllllllllll) Ol lh' iinuli- rM condition o...

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 May 1918

e. Evemn VOL. X, NO. ill. caiei.mi vi. i;w mf.xho, ui:i)iiiv, mav aa, huh. .YM) Year, !. Month, f, Copy. GERMAN DRIVE AMERICAN SHELLS ACTIVITY BEHIND THREE STATES AT STANDSTILL1 RAIN ON HUNS GERMAN LINES RAISE AMOUNTS Crarenfc 4- 1 ty Aaaorlated I'lea. Ccrmany' uprinK offenlve. which who Im iinrhl In the hope of forr inu the alliea to conclude peace, enter the third month toda). The allied aimiea ate ntlll Intact and awaiting attack, while American reinforcement ale hut t triK to Franc.'. In m eck aince the lat etronf Centum attack, the allien have, aucceeded In hltlni: off Im port nt poaltion. The enemy' eoimtel ale hot Ikoioii. IIiIIIkIi aviator, lne March lvVCOt)llrt llHtt CMIHlled for a llioiin.od Oeiinriii airplane Llll hate dHMd ovei.a tftotl. him! ton of IminiIi oo enetii) inllllliiiy tat net. The aerial campaign continue unabated. llrtUh ltaldr I'.nter II mi Tieochc lonlon. Muy 22. In a aector Hoolh of Ana. Cerman trenchc mi entered at two point lat nUht by Hrlth raiding pai...

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. — 22 May 1918

t . i J OFFICERS OF THE "BLUE DEVI LS (F FKANCE" The French eminent eiit to lulled Slate to aid In the l.iltert) Ihwii drlte one ' tiiimlreil inrn of fnmou CIhm-ui- Alp i. kiemn the Itlue levll of I'mnce, iii ncrotinl tu lighting drlt immI the lnrk blue iinllomi the) ttear. F.tery man of the Itnn . .linl .en t tin I'. S. lot Inhh ileromtdl for twhtr. wome etcral time. From left lo tight nit: Lie utcnmit Albert Ii? lml, I". M. J'txletlu. Jean faiial. Iloger 'lueiiu Miiml Iwiiii ti.. ,. i ;. -. 7 . .-"..-i- NOTICIJ. The Atnrrlcnn PefennH Sx,lty, a national orKnnlzation which has rom Into existence nince the open InK of the war, ha for It peclal object the' killing of German pro puKitndrt und the nilllvallon ol h ppltlt of 'me American pnt rlolinin. One of Hh metliodn of wotk In to eneoni'iiue the iim of the inolniC picture hIiow an a ineann of In nt met ion anl InxpliHt ion. They haxe ihonen the film made from lldwHid i;ere llale'tt wondeifnt Mlory, "The Man Without A foun trv". Tl Ik...

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