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RIVES IN PARIS
Paris, IH'C. il-PreHldent arriv
ed at Paris 10:16 thin inrnnlnK and
waa met at IJola De lloulogne sta
tion by President Polnealre, Mad
ame Polncare, Premier Clemencenu.
Andre Tardleu. French high mm
mixtion to t'nltvd States and others
Ther drove to residence of Prince
Mnrat with President Polnrnre, fol
lowed by Mm. Wilson, Mis Mar
garet Wilson. Madame Polnrare
and the President. Madame Potn
care nave dinner at Palace De F.ly
see, honoring President Wilson nnd
Mra. Wilson. KeplylnK to Pres
Ident Polncnre address President
Wilson nald: "From the flrnt. the
people of the 1'nlled State turn
ed toward something more than
winning the war; turned toward
establishing eternal principle of
right and J not Ice which must he
won In a way to Injure the future
happiness of the world, nnd lay
a foundation for freedom and hap
piness of all peonle and nation.
O . 1 .. t .t. -It I 1. .. It I
nuirij i xnnil imm 11 1 fill l in mill'
wrought bv armies of the central ,,v Associated Pres.
powers with the same repulsion and i New York, Dee.
look with pride
upon their work'
feel they have,
by their courage'
Ilv Associated Presn. ' i
New York. Dee. 1 I,- Paris dis
patch saya Polncare j..ar Pi.ichemij
at palace Del Washington - erman '
lutheran pastors Instructed to
preach program sermons before;
I'nlted States entered war, Capt.'
Lester of the army Intelligence
service told senate committee to
day. Other ministers wholly loyal
ie said. i
By Associated Tresa.
Copenhagen Dec. H Sunr me
council added condition that neu
tral Kone on right bunk of Uhlm
north of Coblens bridgehead to
Dutch border may be occupied If
found advisable, Marshal Foch an
aiMinncn! that 22,000 tons shipping
In (' ;i poits must be placed
under ii:t'in of allien to supply
5ei M with food stuffs.
Uv U M-l-
t ! Press.
nclsco, Dec. 1 I - Il;iv
i-heiii carrying hundr-.t
sunk in collision In San
on the road for the
Pablo bay today. Two members
of the crew reported drowned.
deep lr.1enalon ns the men rf , "Peech
France nnd nelgium, and apprecl-'"" will
ate as vou do. the necessity of i terror,
such action In final settlement of
the liuues of ar which will re
buke such acts. Soldiers and anil-
ors of the i nlted States have plv
en their best In this war of re- HOSWKM,
derntlon. w have expressed the true NTl'XTS
"snlrlt of America. Thev believe
these Ideals are acceptable to free
people everywhere and rejoice to
hsve. pvd a part In tlvlnir re
ality to tdeala. In co-oneratlon with
the armies of the Allies. It will
be a Plensnre to be hromtht Into
ennptOtatlon with the statesmen of
"Vnnee and her allien in concert-
'if piesanren hv whleh "We ?ISV
'""1 per'nni for f r Innnv
"Nt'onn ef frlendhtn nt.l n-crr
the world such safety as can
be eetired nntv .v tKi nnocntlni;
co-operation of frolends."
delivered, Issues of war
not rebuke such acts of
spoliation, but will make
men everywhere aware they can I
not venture upgn such acts without"
certainty of Just punishment.
Elmore and Leonard Jones,
i:i.ti:i m t:it
HYAmiY .WIATOItS non's (UHrters. Lunch was serud !
I at a mierlnl Inhlu in lh. nour
i n np0, 1 ---Ma Jot hull, together with the cadet bat
and Taptaln J. A. Mac- tallon. After lunch Major Smith
the united States nv- took Pnlnn. i wii unit un m
pnt the day Snt-1 fliifht. Thov rirrli mor n,-.
py Aaaorloted Press.
Paris. Dec. 14.- In nn address
to nreMnt XVIlnon Polneare nold
"Paris and France have a passion
ate dealre to offer thanks 1n your
person to vnur Kreat republic for
InvniitnM sanlntance jrlven spotan
eonslv to defenders of rlht and
bertv. Some mon'hs nco vou
M fbl-'.i me the Pnlted Ststes
would send forces until the allied
STles were able to nhmerre
memv. Oreat battalions freed
br Ceneral Pershlne flune them
selves Into combat with such eon
tem -V, dancer. dlsreardlnB
Xsh. '.' f experience of the ter
rible war flffen moved us to eonn-
WV.I nrjidenre. Thev broucht en-
uslasrn of crusaders for the holy , Btttllt0
"i. 11 in ineir nt'ni ion.iv to
II os well,
re ady, of
urday, Dec. 7 as the guests of the
New Mexico Military Institute.
They came In their alrshlns. land
ing on the plain Jifst of Hacermnn
barracks. They came to Itoswell
from ftnrlsbnd. where they had
mnde the fllcht ihe previous day
from their stations t San Antonio.
Texas. Major Dean Smith was a
numhei of years n cadet nt th
New Mexico Military Institute. It
wns therefore nn event to hnve an
alumnus of the Institute tetnrn to
his Alma Mater In an airship. A
lartre number of people were as
sembled at the Institute to see the
ships land to observe the antics
In the air previous to the landing.
Hot h the aviators were experienced
Instructors and are classed mnoni!
the most skilled airship men in
America. They were piloting Cur
tis war planes, two beautiful ships,
of the army training type.
As soon as the ships landed a
guard of soldiers from the Insti
tute were placed on duty, rhlle the
aviators accompanied bv the mayor
of Itoswell, Mr. Cannon, the pres
ident of the Hoard of Hegents, and
a number of officers of the In-
retired to Colonel WH-
record j of vital statla-
and several tlmen ov
er Itoswell. Captain Macreadv,
during this time, gave an exhi
bition of n latlon stunts. He rose
to a high elevation ami did all
manner of tricks, such as ..tall
spin", "nose dive. 55 etc. At 3
o'clock Major Smith, accompanied
by Captain Saunders, commandant,
of endets nt the institute. In one
of the ships, and Captain Mac-W'r tJie top.
ready In the other, started Tor)
Carlnbad. leaving the people of Mrs. Doru
Itoswell happy to think of witness- bad's oldest
Ing at close hand two up-to-date
nrmy nlrshlps. Major Smith de
clares that the plain east of the
Institute Is a
flild, and that
the Journal neglected to state that
Ma lor Smith was born and bred In
Cnrlshnd, and attended Carlsbad
school for a number of years. IDs
parent, reside here and here he
met, wooed and won the lady who
Is now his wife. Carlsbad Is proud
of Mie gallant major and his ac
of the gallant major and his a-chleementa.
Miss Jayno Klndel is aKsiuting al
the Corner Drug Store this week
during the Holiday rush.
SKakeiH for riiiUtmi
(all Ih it o
Owing to the pi e ilence of the
inrluenza epidemic, it has N'n de
cided to ubondon the Speaker
Campaign, and depend upon news
paper publicity and local effort
to put the ChrlxtmaH Poll Pali
Smith, one of Carls
leniilentM. who hm
seen the town grow froin a few
buildings to the busy, buntllng
Place It now N In i I II Lf I It II A III
splemlld landing nt her home on South Halauiicno
he will trp to re- street.
with him his en- ..
correspondent In I A ('D li I O M f T U
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rirst Class Tailoring
na All Work Don la
TAi:,oitiii i i.nl:
J. F. JOYCH PIIANCH 0.
CHAH. F. JOYCIC, V. Pres.
Tit ACY CI.AltKNCK
F. Ci. SNOW, Ass't.
JtiHt preceding and dining the
epblemlc of inriuenu In New Mex
ico, Major Kerr, of yie I'nlted
States Health Servlcef made a sur
vey ff health conditions In this
state. He had fourteen acting as
sistant surgeons doing relief work
In varlour parts of the state, all
of whom sent In their reports of
public health to him, and said re
ports have been Incorporated Into
Surgeon Kerr's paper, which sum
marlies the existing health luws
of New eMxIro. and suggests rem
Idres. The lack of health organ
izations, In counties, towns, and
cities la commented upon, as well
as what the doctor terms our "In
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