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Evening Current, 11-26-1917
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Brltlah Amiy Headquarter la
Franc.Nor. 25 (by the A
lut-ed Press). This mornIt k round the battle line weary, but determined.
The Brltlah troopa atretrhed In m
aeml-clrel- e against Barton wood
and Noverlan vIIIukp. which neatlea
atthe north-wester- n edge of the
foreat. It waa a line which haa
been eatabllahed in face of dogged
resistance. The Oermans have
fal-len back Htep by atep. fighting with
the fury of despair. All yeeterday
opposing forces struggled bitterly at cloae quarter for possession of
the Utile village, from which the Brltlah were rorced Friday. After gaining a footing in a deaperate rush that took them through the Bourlon wood, night fall atill found
wavea of Infantry surging back and forward through the blood-staine- d
atreeta of the little hamlet, and
the houaea the crimson bay-onets tall the story of terrible con-flict waged. Gradually the
Mlback, the British
press-ing forward with an unfailing the enemy could not with
-atand, and the hamlet of Bourlon
was Anally cleared of the major portion of the Qerman troopa.
J. A. Nevenger returned
Satur-day from hta bualoeas trip to points north of Clovle
Don't forgot the Big Hooaier
ntoro starta Wednesday, No?.
J.Durst and ion, Paul,' are up from Loving today spending the day with friends In Carlabad.
Bopping ae4 vialtlng. expecting to
return to Loving . Mra.
Durst formerly molded In Carlsbad and nor violin are too few and too for between to
(.'AIILHRAD, VKW MF.XICO, MONDAY, NOV. iMt. 1917.
By Associated Press.
Washington. Nov. 26. The La-follette investigation is postponed, probably until Congresa convenes on
account of the absence of senutors
of the subcommittee.
Country of War.
Fiy Associated Press.
Washington, Nov. 25. In the
declarations or war against Aue--tt
in. Turkey nnd Bulgaria, Chair-man Stone of the Senate Foreign Relations committee declared,
would be exceedingly advlsablo to simplify a situation now anoiual-oiia.- "
"We are, in fuel," he said,
"now lit war with Uermany'a
(IRRMAMB WHIPPED BACK
By Associated Press.
Home, Nor. 26. Strong Austro-
-QsWtJPM attacks on the northern,
mountain front between Rrenta
and I'iave river were repulsed yes-terday, it Is announced.
from Visit to French
By Associated Press.
Atlantic Port. Nov. 26. The
par-ty of American Congreamen
mem-bers, which had a narrow escape
from death while visiting the
trenches In France, returned to Ney Tork.
Saturday. Wash Simpson and T.
0. Lovo ehlpped a double-decke- d
oar of fat sheep and goata to
Kan-sas City markets.
Joe Welsh waa up from bio
ranch, south. Saturday, attondlng
to buainooa matters.
WRIGHT'S Fancy Nancy
FOR MALM OB
Carlabad city property; 8 room houee: modern plumbed. Would consider live stock. Call or write to the Current
By Associated Press.
London, Nov. 25. A statement
Issued today says "On Cambral
enemy hus not repeated his
rttnrkx on the lloinlon position since the failure of his attempt nt
midday yesterday, and the situation
Is unchanged. North-eas- t of Ypics
there was. considerable artiUery ac-tivity on both nidea early last night but no infantry action developed.
British Troops and
By Associated Press.
It,Solid runks of Franco-Britis-h
inruntry with artillery and supply
trains were seen by a correspondent
today within the sound of U hut-l-e
on the northern line in Italy. They had been on an eight-da-y
Vy Aatocinted Press. Concord, Nov. 26. tin trial began here today.
THE bill K. President Vice -J. Cashier Francis H. Ass I ashier Bv Pi Means
BEAssociated Nov. Secretary
McAdoo decided that under the trading with the enemy law
in or "ally
with the exception of life inanrance are allowed to
continue their existing contract
.YIMI Year, Month, ft.. Copy.
By Associated Press.
eighty-liv- per cent of the
print paper output In the country
will sell news print to publishers at three rents per pound until April
the Drat, and after that at prleo lined the Federal Trade
under an agreement reached
between the government and
allor seven charged
with the violation of the Sherman
By Associated Press. Mincola, Nov. 26. Mrs.
took the stund In the trial here
today and said that she fell when
u young child and struck her head
against the fireplace. A review waa
taken of her and her husband's courtship and marriage. She said
her husband gave her a hundred dollar security after her
ninriage. She declared Desatille paid It. "Why,
"it'sabsurd to call you an
COURTS HAVE DECREED THAT A CANCELLED CHECK WITH ENDORSEMENT IS THE MOST VALID RECEIPT
TOU CAN POSSESS.
There is no repudiation possible. dt is absolute evidence that a
has been paid.
UBALOUIBHLES BANKIMi YOUR MONEY WITH US AND PAYING ALL BILLS BY CHECK.
Hendricks, J. A. I.usk, President N. Livingstun. Ryan, t
OF CARLSBADMember of FEDERAL BANK
busi-ness Insurance companies
Incor-porated Germany of countries" are he companies which manufacturers repre-senting by (,'oinmls-slo-n manufacturers Desaul-le- s thousand heiress." IM RESERVE liquidated DIRECTORS: K. Hendricks ,1. N. Livingston T. C. lluriie J. A. I.usk Carl U. Livingston
Control of Railroads.
Washington. Nov. ii, The U. S. (Government will take over the
oper-ation of railroads if the pooling plan dooan't afford relief from the
present situation, is being
ronold-ere-As a committee the vice
presidents or Kustern lines
gathered to perfect general plans
lo put pooling arrangement In
12. 50 special discount on all Booster Cabinets st Purdy's
OF HBNDINO YOCR (LOTHKM TO THOMB WHOSh MKTHODM
ARB HXCBPTtONK KATHKK THAN THB BULK Oh
KWITA-TIO-WHBN YOU KNOW THAT HANITAAHY MKTHOI K IN
LAUNDRY WORK AltE AH IMPORTANT TO HBAI.TH AND
LIKE AH THBY ARB IN THB PREPARATION OF Ftmid.
The Carlsbad Steam Laundry
OPHKATKD BY THM CARLSBAD LIGHT FOWRR CO.
S L. I'trrjTi l.ditm and Manager J. I, Ptlry. Ji., Asalstmit Kdltor
as aecond - matterI ...
Apr", 1917, the post at
Carlsbad, New the Act he mentioned March dally
Sundays the Carlsbad Dr. of
Printing Company. SUBSCRIPTION One year in 5.00 H,x months in 8.00 month in 60 copies .06
of the Associated Preaa. The Associated Preis is exclusively
to the use for republication of all news dispatches to it or not otherwise In this pa-M-r
and also the !.. nl news published
t'HAM I'tMIO HOI Kl. OI'HS
- , INMl'KtlION
C. C. Ilonner. manager of the new Crawford Hotel, wishes to state that hotel will be open to the
Drue-until p. m. This la ladles
only. In the from 7:30
to 11:00, and gentlemen re
cordially Invited to be presents
will he in the dining rendered.
formal opening; of the
occur two this
ship-ment of kitchen furniture
ha been delayed. The will
be run on the European the
TUB KVKNINT. (TRRENT. MOMMY. NOV. M,
iin.ni; loom being opened In about ('ii duys. Many reservations haw
linen for the nn.hi
I manager wishes, to stress liM
fni'l Ihut till Mit Imli mm unil .'iillf
16, at office
Mexico, under limes above. of 3, 1K7U. Published
excepted, by William
FUlaaler, Slous RATES. advance advance One advance Sample Member entitled credited credited FOR the for evening, ladles There be hotel In necessary which hotel plan,
II7.made opening hi'
Falls, S. I). whose card appears In
nils issue, with his wire and two boys, five and three years old,
res-pectively, are In town this week.
doctor has taken office room
Dr. I.auer and will engage In
general practice. He la a
physt-DN-of expei lente and has
speci-alised In surgery for years, and has
already begun work In that line In
( ailffbad. The Iamity Is at the
Hates, where they will remain until
a suitable residence can be secur-ed They expect to make thla city
their home and become Interested
in nil that pertalaa to Its upbuild im and prosperity. We bespeak a
cordial welcome to Dr. (Master and
ladies of Carlsbad, Wednesday. Candy from l.os Angeles Choco
-November the 28th, 3 o'clock late Shop, at Dick's Store.
will delay The
Mrs. Newell and family went up to l.akewnod yesterday and spent the day with Mrs. T. McClure
That lady accompanied them on room, and a musical program will; " return trip and here today.
weeks, owing a with J. Is
HAVE YOUR SUIT PRESSED FOR THE BIC 0AN6E ON THE
histINTO THF. CMrTHRft .AH llllaWil I
The singers who are to take part
in the Thanksgiving music are re-quested to meet toatght at the Presbyterian church at seven
Sandwiches and Coffee at Dick's
Fountain. AMI OUT WITH VR TRAM. sM
tieorge llrantley left ih.ln
on the train south for' a trip to I'ecos and Mohkhana. We will take your old cabinet aa
first payment on a Hooslar during tbe sale, Purdy'a Furniture
Ill ' Ii i
Baseball Park, Carlsbad,
Holder, Clay McGonagill,
the most expert
riding contest ever
(JKKMH DRIVEN 1,1
oixwm.at hi :im i l i iJ .' Mi .,,.11 vftt, .Jlfc Mjia,y , i
A number or gentlemen are la
town iioday coming from the Waller
ciowimuch, where thay hava btea for aoaae days, la the crowd
Dram, Mr. Harm, Italy and Urby
Bedford. Some of thai are from
Hereford and sunn-- from Lubbock,
but ihc Current will not andertuke to Huy wliu-- Ib from' where."
0fcMlataSVp Candlpn In
hoxea, at Dick'n Drug Store.
A. li. La rock and wire, or Kl
Pa-a-inrecent arrival in Carlahad,
and are at the Palace. The Kentle-ma- n
will be employed ly the Cloven
Lumber company ami he and hi
wire will rerelve a cordial
wel-come rrom Carlabad people. Twenty ounce Liberty Loaf, at tnc Model Market Bakery, 10 centi.
Peina unable to necure aufficlent
help and needing all the dlahea
that we have, we will not be able
to put up any baaket dinner ror ThankaglvlnK. All service will be devoted to dining room.
Dr. WilliaM F. GJasier
. orflre la
a.areJ , Night.
-THE EVENINC CURRENT, MONDAY, NOV. 1HI. 1017.
TeKarlabud Light and Power
mow'H nigni tor me
Jobp nail and T. I. Powell, of Arteala., were late arrlbala In Carta-bad-,
Cola houie from a month
Portale,at the horn of hla daughter, Kettlntc in
yeterday.tl. ; SlDKleton. of Monument,
waa reitlRtered at the I'alacu over
l.iKht l.tinchea aerveil at Dick'H
S. I. Hubert and hod, Ceorfce, apent a day in the open air, golgg
In Ihelr nutn to the MoRley una
Juniper SpriiiK country. Tliey shot a few rine iiuailR.
HooRler Cabinet Sale lieclna WeilneRday, Nov. 28th, at 1'urdy'a
Mr. Walter Clover and little
Mary and MIrm Muybelle Thayer
In about noon today rrom the
(iloerranch and will remain here
neveiill daya. Mlaa Mayhelle haa been at the Clover ranch rorty daya. She aaya ahe known her vlalt waa Romewhat lengthy, hut Rhe had
Riich a delightful time ROlns: to ttuncea and round-up-a and other
Horlal affaira, that ahe almply
couldn't come any aooner. Mr.i
Olover will be In town Thuraday to
witness the. ropiag and
radari Tw.eoty euace Liberty Ioaf,
Model Market Bakery, 10 carta.
Mis Crace Cooke and MIkk Mi-ldred Cooke, or Carlahad, will
ar-rive Sunday morniiiK for r TliankaKivlna
vlilwith MIhh Huhy
Sunder. Ml Sander ha
invitation for .. knittlnK teu on
Tuenduv uiInnoon at :i o'clock, at her nuth-id- home,
complimen-tary to her intercHtlni: guaatgj
To anyone who lias bur"Ice cream
packer,ploaae 'phone u and we will call for aume.
Mr. uml Mn, Kd Caaa, the glrla
and the aoveiniiHR, MIrh N tt
Metculr, rrom near Lakewood, were
In town satuiilav avaalaa add
nlaht with Mr. Caaa'a alater and
raanly, Mr. ami Mrs. JndklnR.
They attended the big aale In Luke-woo- d
thai day and Mr. Caaa hail
Important bUSlaaSS to look after
and the ladiex were HhoppinK. They have a lurae lailu and ranch a rew
miliiH rrom l.akewood and make uulek trips In their ear.
A BITTER ASSORTMENT OK
COME AND SEE OUR
TIIRV HHI.P TO I.1CHTKX I,lllOlt AMD
I MKNT Tit THE HOI HE.
IRON, VACUUMCLEAN-El- t,
M.sTHAT WE WIM, IIK
01AD TO Ho OU.
Mn J.n.lM Hill
Prlanp rs In
SPENT YEARS IN FINDING
TRANSMIT THEIR IDEAS
TO YOU. SOME OF THEM
COME TO YOU
embodies the most
valuable kitchen helpa and
miles of steps