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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening current. — 22 May 1918

TIIIJ KVK.MNG CUIUUJNT, WKIMKMILtY, MAY 22, tMH. LOCAL NEWS C. L. Hchulti Is a visitor from Irving this morning. J ii 1 i it Forke, garage man. is up from lovlng and scents to he mil of business. "Ited" Smith is going about uu crutches, the result of blood po'noJ flng In his foot, resulting from a J' slight Injury which later became ; Infected. Mr. Smith In having hi , share nf hard lurk lately. Claienee Hutching, the carpen ter and builder, left last night for II HKerinan. where be has penned vmploymeni at hlsc trade. Dalian Jones Ik In Itoswcll for a few days having a good time, a he usually mil iihki'M to have every where he goc. , D. Jackson has ordered a lot (of cape Jessamines for Decoration t Day. a I his riifttom every year anil there need be no fear of sear city of flowers, If person will leave ( their orders with him in time. I c Mr. Hlancu, ace, lei Ituth Kenton, was teglstered of Sierra ut the Pal- M. F. Ilali tl left on the night train lor Cloxis, where he goe to xlslt ...

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 May 1918

ix ivno u.w iti:m. MT. i:iV.ItlH KCIIOOI, i"MHKM.' that two of the pupil made the' Joe Windham, who ha hern In, l Kiimo trrurie. n a ilnnllMita nutria I lha uilml.iv .f Ida U'outoi-'a St. IMwud parochial nohool ordered, Christine Walter- fur about a ytr, leaves tonight May 21. 1 1 8. closed rtt nUht for (he summer. ! wheld and Welford Ilrorkrmsn be-;or the home of hi mother at Sclbay Coy and J. It. Itonlu Four of the Kltthth Krade pupil Inn he fortunate one. An exer- Odessa, Texan. Aft'r h week's ' pa Kited tioiu.t the Cap with 1670 took the state examination and re- celtcd thilr diplomat from the ntate hoard of Santa Ke. A patri ots hy three little primary Iota visit there, he wll refnrn to Carl- k'oat. on their way to CNslal. brought down the house. The had for n few daya. aller which he where they It.. end to ship thee little onea were Margaret Hudl-JVill ko to r training school In the goat to KanH City. Mo. Mr. otic program had been prepared I burgh. Mary r. Mtillane and- luecli...

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 May 1918

lie vol, a, no. CAltlIlAD, NUW MUX I CO, jm ItsD.IY, MAY t, IfHN. f3.t)0 Yrr, COc. Month, ftc. Copy. ALL REGIS WAR WO amendmen TOOTS MUST DO mi AM, SAYS NEW DISEASE KILLS LADY CARRIES ME THAN GUNS: MAIL IN AIRSHIP By Associated Press. Ily Associated 1'ress. New York, May 23. Thr Krcat- 'leelanu MX -Katherlne I ,......n .Irln.ln.ll.... In V... . .... S,el '". ' " flltht Dolll ChlCHKO est human decrimlnstlon la hump ,0 N,w Y,k. with I. H. mall pass haa not been wrought by Cfrman d Newbury t one twenty-five this bullets, hut by starvation and Ita Jkfti noon. .ner flylna five hours attendant diseases In th dlatriotn nil - t minutes at the over run hy Herman military pow.,1'"1" ',-' P"r h,,,,r' er. Director or the Food Admin- .tlltl'l. A N K KINKS KNKMV Hill. Istratlon. Herbert Hoover, In an fly Aoluted Press, addles before the National Dairy Iontion, May 21. An enemy leusMie says, "If the war ceased submarine wum sunk hv n direct lomorrow, the toll actually dead hit from an airplane nea...

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 May 1918

I ll If ! H II! I 1 V ttll.l. M IIMKH liV IlKOI'I'IMi Ht'ClK HOMHS IMl lU.MTHOY . lUILIllMiH. IIVI! SUM ! TitovKii a.m ri(i:v miu; ritiM.i:uH. Ireene Price of Copier IIm ootlnueil. May I With Hiltlli Aim in l'iane, May 2.trd. II Aasoclated Pre, lirnimn nlrno-n attain haH homn.l eavlly lliltixh hnnpital in an art behind t ti llnca. Thin ti"f they hac K 1 1 1 himI wounded tome bun dled HIIIOIIK lh Mflll n-l 1. nd iHll-ntn In man IHTi' nt hospi tal III INOtlp. lit the MMilt.' 1 1 t ill tin fltlllieW 1)1 'l'lal who. v th I her wr.i.n-n xtood biawl by their Uy Aaaoelated Preaa. WanhlnKtnn. May 23. --.The pt Irf fixing committee on the war Indna Uln board probably will recom iiiMid Hint the picto-tit prior of copper, which la twenty-three and per pound, be dl thiee montha benin- one-half renta continued the nine June 2. The copper continued tor June Drat 11 rid from Heent-tuontha. I adjustment will be a p rind, hcKlnntnc probably will runne five day to three Smith Serves the Red Cross By ...

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 May 1918

TlfE KVIS.W.Vfl CURIti:NT (TllirKHriAY, MAY J3. 1918. LOCAL NEWS Hose rieres' little "Boy was erated on thin morning at the tera Sanitarium, and is doing at this writing. op-Sla- Wfll Mis Alice McClelland, teacher nf the schools at tla, waa aueceasx fully relieved of tonallltla and ade noid this morning by an opera tlon. 11017 IT WORKS Father Abrogast leU on the morning train Tor the lower valley on hla regular monthly foliation to hla people there and will return tonight. MIm Helen McKenile left for Iter home In the lower valley ,thl morning after a pleasant vfoit with Ml Matney and other friends In Cm If In. l. momi.tiii.mj ahoit Till: hXlSl lt (1,111 Tllh I l( K FIN A.N I KM. Miss Marjorle Simpson la In . i... .. ...a iiuni 1 charge of the Lick the Kaiser booth , IMI Ml l 1 M litliriii" n mi. i i t of the Hoy Scouts took advantage of "Visitors Dny" to who are encamped at tanch today. Join the hoya nine Sprlnga today, and la iciy leadv hihI will ing to take subscription or pledgea...

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 May 1918

A new departure wu had at the Methodist church prayer meeting last nlftht: the pnsto Uev. (J. II. (Iran, read an article from the "Methodist Review" on the real, underlying; causes of the icreat war In which the woId la now engaged. The article waa written by Dr. Miller, a man prominent in southern Methodism. He rave It aa hi ft opinion that the people had forgotten (Sod; had become a na tion of spendthrift, and had be eoine id nd In the Kearch for amuse inenta. The article la moat timely and com Inn from so distinguished a non ice, will be certain to attract steal attention. "A treat net of mercy drawn through an 01 tan of unspeakabU pain' n r v U mm m m m 4 4k Women ox America: What's the worth of one baby's life? The time lias come when you must put a money .value on it. So much Red Cross money available, so many babies restored. A little less Red Cross money available, so many m It's as plain as that. When you made that first Red Cross investment 'you had a fairly clear idea tha...

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 May 1918

J. vol 2, :so. aa. OAttLSIlAl), XKW MliXICO, I ItlDAV, MAY 21, IttlH. $.1.00 Year, 6c. Month, 6. Copy, Me RACE BETWEEN lilNDENBURG AND PRES. WILSON Ljf Aaaoeltted Treat. london, May 24. - "We are on the eve of a itreat Cerman attack", Mid Premier Lloyd-tJeorK In an address. '"I can honestly say." the 1't finicr declared, "That the gov ernment ha ncalected no possible mean for findiiiK out whether there la any honorable outlet out of thin war, It honor and ltd tranedle." The Premier' addles wan delivered in connection with the conferring of the freedom of th elty upon him. Spenkln of the time ' neeessnry for the I'tilted Stated to prepare, the Premier said that after all her exertion America at the present Moment didn't have what wit equivalent to one-fl'th of the fU'ht InK at rent: Hi which the enemy re ceived owing to the collapse of JCusslu. 'Those who know best what the prospect ate f ! niiint confi dent about the result." stated the Premier, "in April." sad Llnyd Ueurjte, "the o...

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 May 1918

TheEveningCurrent rf. L. Perry. Editor snd Mjtr. Entered an second elaaa matter April t. 17. l the P0"1 ofr,f" Mt Carlsbad. New Mexico, under the Act of March .1. 17!. Published daily. Sundaya excepted, by the Carlnbad Prints Co. In yeatcrday' Aaaoclated Pre dlapalche. It wa ty nollc-lle that the Current contain new very div which I:, twenty-four hour ahead f any other paper tcachlnu Carlsbad. We refer to the order of Major C.eneral Crowd rr Riven vesterday which requite nil registrant to woik at easentlan IndliHtlleN to the conduct of the war. or hi- placed In clan one. Imperially dmlni: the pehod of the war, when newa or hii unexpected character may come at an hour, n reliable medium which eonveya the Information ahead or all other supported. We fall to nee the pro source, ahoiild be appreciated and -per application of the tetm "Hoo erlzinic" when It comec to dlacon 1 1 ii it I n k aubwi Iptlon to any newa- paper, for If It were not for the pre, It would be Impossible for .Mr. llo...

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 May 1918

THE EVENING CUniUCNT, MtlDAY, MAY 21. 1HIR. LOCAL NEWS ' Mr. and Mrs. M. Lewis nd ion, Uon, left yesterday for the UK ranch, where they reside. With thetn was Mrs. niue. nurse from Pecos, who had asolsted In raring for the little child, whose death nesday. of this week. L. K. Reeves was a passenger south this morning, going to visit a brother at Denlson, Ten, and expecting to le gone three wveks or mote. WAR-TIME SAVINGS ON WOMEN'S SUITS $ S 9-"-$25-$29-?5-$35 W. (. Itrown, who has teen and continue to be. a great sufferer from neuralgia, Is making arrange ments to leave next week for Philadclphfa. where he goes to consult a specialist, hoping toob taln relief from the disease. Ilernard Brown Is at Norfolk, Vrfglnla. and will be there until January 1919. He will attend a training school which opens June 3rd., going In to take training as a blecksmlth. Ilernard says black smiths aret he highest paid mech anics In the navy, naval black smiths receiving ten dollars a day for their aerv...

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 May 1918

3SZZ1Z 500 Qiolc m Beginning Saturday we offer choice of our Women's Trimmed ATS at only v in H $5.00 EACH They are all good looking and represent good values SI-X'OND CHOICE $3.50 These are splendid values ONU-TIIIRI) OFF On All Fancy Parasols Join the "Lick the Kaiser Club" and help a bit. oy ac company We Want Your Trade" in hi hi NJ I. IKLMOOIt LOCALS. Mm i-itli-K 11 h'kit. At the coiiil , 0,1.-0- in Nomv. II. Moiid.t), Ma I'lifh. ul .)M o'clock A M. Mix J... 11,., KM.M.r .,,,,1 titty Miumlt w.i,. united in itiji lla:e. They w.m.. MiTomp.iiiied by Ml rhitni...., KiiM't.-r. tin. bride' Mel. Tllr It fill IK d III I.Mki'NVOOit Monday ufl.Miiuun dan... wan Urtt In their In, in. 1 at . ilt of .Mr. mid Mm. i 1;. v,.,,H hun iUlm Mm. Mtuiah j 1 doubter of Mik John Mm and mi a horn und mind heie siu. la a rh. u mini: totinc 1 kAll . II 11 it .till. mt m . . ' W I.UKfWOOdA hi-lb-H. ,M, lmn lhid here lor the pun or hlxlfi-n eai ( H 14 Man of hikh MmiditiK Hnd fca;eii in l In- rattle hunlm-...

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 May 1918

Jiiae Eveiliii C vol 2, NO. .11. CARI.SHU, NEW MEXICO. KATl'ltDAY, MAY SW. 10IH. $3.00 Year, 60c. Month, 6. Copf. MfFVBTA Alirh Til IRA DIPLOMA BREAK G RELAl ONS IS REGARDED AS SLAP AT UNITED STATES By Associated Tress. Meilco City, Mar 24. Meiloo severed diplomatic relations with Cuba. This fact waa learned of ficially arter a report that the Met Ican charge at Havana and the Cuban minister here had been re ralled from their respective posi tion. The recall of Mexican re presentatlves and the suspending for an Indefinite time of sending a new representative Is explained of ficially s due to the fact that be cause of the war In which Cuba la Included, that government haa been obliged to dictate measures that affect the Interests of the Mexican government In many Instances. Kor this reason, it Is declared that In making the representations that the Mexican representatives would be forced to make to the Cuban government would be useless and woirtd restrict the liberty of action of a f...

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 May 1918

TheEvcningdurrcnt H. L. Perry. Editor and Mgr. Entered a second flaw matter April l. l?n. at the post offlo? at Cailshad. New Mexico, under the Act of March .1. 1"7!. Published dally. Sunday excepted, by the Cailshad INIntlng Co. Dfpathe today recl the fa-t that Mexico andCuba are almost at dagger' point. In fact, the first inkllnK of trouble to he made public goes to ahow that ,the trim bio between these countries baa no doubt been going on for some time, and Mexico ban now aeen fit to withdraw her representative at llatana. Thin means that Mexico nnd Cuba will have no direct way of talking thing over and an Increase of the possibility of rurlh er aKltatlon of the situation. Ma lory "how that generally when re lation are once broken between nation, war follow. However, In thl cane. It Ih not at alt nec eary that war will be the out come, for there I every reaaon to doubt that Carranxa had otUer mean of effective protect at what he thouKht Injustice from Cuba other than severing rel...

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 May 1918

.1 THE EVEMXO CX'ItREXT, MTUUMY. 31 A V SM. IDI. LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mid. J. W. Cunnlnghan nn In Koswell, going up Thursday nt J,t L. K. Willi, of the Joyce-l'ruit. itniM, h In lloswell, spending a pa it rf Ills tacxtlon. F. T. -Cook, proprietor of the Carlsbad Project Milling Co., at livlng, la In town today. Mm. Corbctt Harkey and two daughters and Mies Vera Iloyd are gum tn at the A. C. (Jeer home, aotith of town, today. George Price .ame In from "Heagraves and other plaint towns, yesterday, where he had been on N business for his firm. Ed Ilurleimn fame In last night from his ranch In the Gadalupes, nd is transacting business of dif ferent kinds while In town. Her. F. W, Pratt will deliver the four-minute talk at the picture show tonight, Instead of Geo. Adams, as had been announced. Cecil Ilearup and Albert Ares went up to lloswell on the night train last night, and may remain there a few days on a little pleas ure visit. Amos Reeves. of Monument, came In from there yesterday af...

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 May 1918

i.i;rn:u i uom ikank kimjli We Are Well Prepared For any 4ob of as I Repalrm We have ii full aim complete nwMMlmrnt of extra tart for a Foul ear and our rutomore nrr uirl of noting any rt no mutter hw large or small they may ncel. U ,i,ifi lt'i a ImwIIjf nvnhe1 car thst l beyond our skill. We have even tMtril nome that It was thnu&ht lmpnlh to h of further ier lre. Ho don't way tour auto I done for until He hate SjmI a Iook t H. VK IM Ol'll IlKMT on every bit of auti repairing nmlertrHe. Ami thooe who have employed it a will tell yon that bet I pretty kimmI. If your cur In out of rowlltllon, even lllttle, send If to un ami have It put in first la4 shape. A few small relr now may nave you from m bin accident later on. Everything for The Ford SOUTHERN AUTO CO. K Wtl, i. WMU, H, MKr. J alhotfl. Tb older girl and boys arc blnr, taught uaeful tradei at well the ususl classroom lessons, and with It all these children ar learning th Joy In healthy play. ' Franc laid upon ua a sacred se...

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 May 1918

Ce lid J VOL. 2, XO. 33. CAllLHDAD, NKW MEXiCO, MONDAY, MAY 27, 10IH. 3.00 Year, 00c. Month, 6c. Copy NEW DRIVE BEGINS ON WESTERN FRONT I WILSON URGES MORE REVENUE rui:siii:vr himmkh in joint! mission ok o.v;itr.ss on imdortami: ok immddiati: taxation. ! INDICATIONS ARE THAT tiKR. .MAN'S HAVE DKil NKW OF FES HIVE. Ry Associated Dress. London, May 27. Strong (in man attarka developed this morning against the Drltlsh and French pos Itlons between 1( helms and Soissons It was announced. The attacks were preceded by a heavy bombard tnent. The Germans attacked In Flanders, between Ixcre and Vooi meteele, on the northern bank salient. The front of the Herman attack Is along the sector which Is usual ly referred to as the Alsne front owing to the fact that for a Ions time the battle has followed the Alsne river. However, the present battle line runs a Ions the Allette river, north of the Alsne. Over the larger part of this sector the French have advanced their linen. The front attack reach...

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. — 27 May 1918

TP ITwinrrfirrMf ,M lh mPfto(, of canning and OOVKHNOU I'AHDO.XM TWO AXiei-eY vlllll4 Islll 1 CII I j -preserving on a large scale among CONVICT8. S. I., Perry, Editor and Mgr. our people this summer and our available sugar must be conserved Governor Llndsey, before leav ror this purpose. njc for El Itllo, Itlo Arriba county, I, Hut the situation with regard to where he will deliver an address wheat la the moat serious In the to the eighth irrarfe ernduutes. Entered a second class matter April 16, 1917, at the pont office at ('urlhliuil 'iL' Mflrr nnrlsr Hi Art of March .1. 1 N 7 ! . Published ! fo,Ml ""PP,y r tn allied world, granted conditional pardons to two dally. .Honda n excepted, by the t,lf wp Me ,n Uty h minimum men: W. I'. Herbert, sentenced to Cailhbad Pilntln Co. .wheat requirements of our armies 11 to 12 years from Chaves county !n'' lll "d the Buffering m ifUG. who la pardoned because - " millions In the silled rountrlen, our rr M advanced ate, tils U;n. f, un l When t...

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. — 27 May 1918

THE UVKMIMO CCIUIKMT. M()M,V, MAY 27, ltlfl, LOCAL NEWS Wells llensnn and family were visitors to Roswell last Sunday. CT Mrs. Mitrk Corbln, of Artesla, In visiting at the home of Judgo and Mm. V. II. Robinson, Mm. Muliltnan, mother of Mm. Wclln Henson. In expected home to day from a brief vtnit to friends in Roawell. Mr. and Mm. V. A. Wright, of Knowles. N. M., are guests at the Claude- Wrlsht home In North Cu ilit bud thin week. I.. K. Willis has returned from hia visit to ItoHwell and In again at work selling dry goods for Joyce-Prult Company. 3 Richard Westaway has been In ........ m LI. . m . 1 , uiwii iiuiii inn mom mr severs! A days pant. He haa the same ex perlence other ranchmen have, of continued dry weather, and losses of cattle. ijSensation llof the Hour 1 1? I) W A R D F. V I. R r. r l ZL 1 1 All. S Union, I Mn- tftpirtf. RfCoginfH tv Amer- ira it a, the hnrl im of its kind rvrr ritt?ti. featuring beautiful ll.irme la Hadic, II. I:. Ilrrbrti and a brilliant rat. The fnr...

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. — 27 May 1918

r Demonstrators for fWmklng Wheat Substitute to Il Here. We Are Well Prepared fur any Job of n Repairix! We limp m hill and complete a-oHmeiit of extra imrtM for n lord nr and our cimfotnorcn are aMired of vetting any part no mailer liovv large or small the)- may need. If a faulty Miiahed ear tliHl l lieioml our skill. We have even icMtiri some llinf It mm thought MitMHkl)f ti ! of further er Ice. So don't ay your auto li tone Tor imiIII mp havp IimiI a Mk I II. vk im) ont iu;sr on every Itil of auto repairing mp undertake. Ami tlie who have employed" lit mMI telf you that lpt It prHty good. If your car In out of mndltilon, even u Kittle, send It to u and Iihvp it put In flrt clas haM. A few Mini 1 1 repair now may nave ion rii.ni n big accident later on. Everything for The Ford SOUTHERN AUTO CO. i:m- ;. wooi.At'H. Mgr. J Plant aWar Garden HclpWln f AeWar. ! . 'f ' , , v I . a i . , &mX fc-L ; lllllV.I. . a ii'iii-hm our inirt rowij xto. kt, wiir Kitnlcita will l If lmitnl till ...

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. — 28 May 1918

VOI 2, .NO. M. CAIll-SHAD. NEW MEXICO, TllfSDAY, MAY SM, MMH. -A BRITISH COUNTER ATTACK STARTED With "llrltlah Army In Franco, May 2 8. Hy Associated Press. llrltlah anl Kroncli troopa this morning launched a heavy counter attack In Flanders east of I U ken bunch Lake. The attack has began well and glvea every promise of meeting with succeas which would make the enomy'a assault of yester day a complete and most coatly full uro. The outcomo of this counter attack will probably not 1o known until tomorrow. In yesterday's attack In Flanders between Locre and Voormceee, the Germans are believed to have cm ployod four divisions on one front alono which measured six thousand yards. It waa absolutely n-eessary to concentrate thin lar:e force In a massed attack to even hope to bo able to make any gains and then the enemy troop were punished so severely the French on the rUlit flank didn't even net to clone quar tera with them. AISNE RIVER IS FORCED BY ENEMY Hy Associated Pleas. London. May ...

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. — 28 May 1918

TheEvcningCurrcnt H. f.. I'eriy. Editor and Mgr. Entered mi second riant matter April IS. 1917, at the pout office at Carlsbad. New Mexico, under the Art of March 3, 1 H7!. Published dally. Sundays excepted, by tie CatlHhad 1'rlntlnK Co. M i lt H s;m; T l (M)i) Al i i;. FOFH MIXtTi: MF.NriUMiIl.VM. It ia a fact not kiim ally under stood that in preserving of fruit the sugar used in the process eon atltutcs iiiohI vh luulU element in the product, say Facia About Siuar. True, fruit furnishes llaorand hulk or looKhage, both of dietetic vulue, lut tho Kreat reservoir of energy and heat exists In the sugar, which I uaually spoken of as occup)inK secondary position. The last thing any one should do ia to reduce hla aiiKar consump tlon from motives of financial econ omy, and now that the government haa iHuiied regulations to prevent wastage it la clearly In line with the true economy for all to conaume In uieful waya aa much aa, federal llmlte will allow. Sugar la today cheaper In pro port...

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