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THK KVKNING (TRRKNT. TIM ItMPAY. NOV. M, Ittt7.
JN SPITE OF THE SHORTAGE OF ALL
CLASSES OF LINENS, WE ARE SHOWING
A VERY EXTENSIVE LINE OF TABLE LIN
ENS FOR THAT THANKSGIVING DINNER.
SETS CONSISTING OF A TWO AND ONE
HALF YARD CLOTH AND A DOZEN NAP
$12.50 to $18.50
"WE WANT YOUR TRADE"
SERIES 9 SETS
h. L. IV II. Editor und MiiiUKm
j, h Terry, Jr., Assistant Editor
Entered bi second - clati matter
April 16, 1917, at th poit office at
Carlsbsd, New Mexico, under the Act
f March S, 1878. Published dally
Sundays excepted, by the Carlabad
On year in advance 5.00
Six months in advance 3.00
One mouth in advance .00
" Member of the Associated Preae.
The Aiaociated Press in exrluaively
entitled to the uee for republication
of all newa diapatchea credited to it
cr not otherwise credited In this pa-
Cr and alao the lu.al newa publiihed
any chulu-lctters will reach the Red
Croaa IrpgmtT. and are urged tn
pay no attention ton uch appeulH,
whiiHe sincerity la ulwuys open to
Aid to the American Ited Croaa
Hhoiild alwavH be hirnlshed through
it-eogntxed channels, if the donor
wishes to lie assured I hut hla gift
.r (o reach the object intended.
joyed, and hk the ladlna had their
. knitting, h pleasant afternoon waa
spent. The guests wove: Mrs. Hen-
Muldrow. Mrs. Will Mutheson,
I Mra. Arthur Ci oiler. Mil. Jim 1)11
I lyhunty. Mra. Frank Monti and
daughter. Mra. Wiley Jonea, and
Mra. Henry Muldrow 2nd.
PROJECT HAS RED
In aplte of previous announce
ments that tbe American Ited
Croaa doea not approve the chain
letter ayatem iff rulslng money, and
that It has never aulhntlxed any
gaaln lsttsr promoters to uae the
name of the Ited Cross in any way.
letter of thla nuture are In rlrcula
tins and many copies of them have
been forwarded to National Head
quarters for eiplsnatlon.
The American Ited Croaa reiter
ates that- ao chain-letter project ha
It approval. While some of these
scheme may have been started In
good faith, mention of the lied
Croaa I not warranted Red Croaa
members, snd the public la uener.il.
are waraed that there I np sssur
aace that doaatlona la response to
The KplHCopal congregation haa
stalled Its winter miialc. Mra. Wal
ler Italph tHklng charge or the
choir. The voices make dellithtfiil
mimic, the rhanta and hymns tak
ing on new beauty when rendered
by I Ill's,, trained singer. The per
sonnel of the choir Includes Mm.
Tracy, Mra. John Merchant,.. Mia
lllnlnr, Mra. Walter Italph; Messrs
lloonei. Italph. Tracy, I'ralt . ami
others. MUh Mildred ookc Is
organist. . m m
Twenty ounce Liberty Loaf, at the
Model Market Bakery, 10 cerU.
Klch Carter came down from
Hagarman this sfternoon to attend
to the shipment of hie turkeys,
which are on the farm south of
Twenty ounce l.'berty Ixiaf, at tne
Model Market Bakery, 10 rents.
Klllotl Hendricks, returned from
Mineral Wells, Texas, lust light,
where he haa been the pnst three
weeks for the baths, and Is enjoy
ing his Franklin thla mnrnliiK aa
CHOKED WANTON SLAYER
All records "ainiiahcd" between
Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, nnd
li In pocket toh not, la the out
come of u sensational drive last
Friday by J. M. Kyler, in u Series
! Touring Car.
Someone had tne nerve to bet
Mr. Ey!r flOOO that he could not
niiike the :ton miles across Penn
sylvania In lens thsn 10 1-2 hours.
Thereupon. Mr. Eyler not an early
start from the courthouse In Pitts
burgh! leaving at 5 A. M . and at
2:28 that afternoon he had pulled
up In front of flroad Street Station,
rlaht in the heart or Philadelphia.
This distance was negotiated In an
elupsed time ot 9 houra and 28
minutes. Not a stop was made for
tire or motor trouble during the
entire trip. Ther waa one delay of
15 minutes at the Susquehanna
bridge, Columbia, Pa., and one stop
was made for gasoline. For th
entire run, 14 1-2 gallons or gaso
line were consumed, an average of
SO 11 miles to the gallon, at a
CM speed of belter than :H mile
No leas rrmarkable Is the re
niuiuder or the story. Mr. Eyler
ati.yed In Philadelphia one hour and
n liulf and drove hack to Pitts
burgh th sume day, covering in
all tiili) miles in 19 hours and S3
minutes, with u total gasoline ron-
ptinn of 27 t-2 gallon, un av
erage or 21.H miles per cullon.
Pittsburgh automobile men have
said that no car will go over the
Pennsylvania Mountnlns In it non
stop run to Philadelphia nnd not
heut up Hnd have trouble. It I
plain that the Franklin "spilled th
dope." The best previous record
wii. made hy the Packard Twin Slg
ih 9 hours und If minutes.
W. A Moore lert ror Mnlagu this
morning in his car, carrying with
him a dnxen boxes or fine apples
fiom his orchard at Hagerman. The
applea are heautlea and a leady
sale la round fgr them in Malaga.
t rew or the peisnnal rrlends or
Mrs. J. M. Jones, who reside In
West Csrlshsd, surprised that lady
with a call yesterday alternoon, it
being her birthday anniversary.
Farh lady carried a dainty present
to Mrs Jones In addition to some
tgff toothsome refreshment. Sand
wich, pickles, cake and chocolate
composed th menu which all en
gritlsh Officer Dlsdslnsd to Us Rrgt
A Oertnan who deliberately hsyon
ted young British soldier, lying hlp
i leas with wounds, wss choked to deatl
a moment later by an Infuriated sor
geant major of a Lincolnshire regt
! merit. Th Incident happened durlD
th recent fighting In Flanders.
When th British officer saw thi
Oarman attack th helpless boy hi
waa convulaed with horror and loath
Ing. Disdaining th use of hi rlrli
or bayonet he pounced upon th Oer
man like a bulldog. Th mntltshman't
fingers tightened around th throat at
th German and literally choked thi
life oat of th man. Th Briton flunj
th body aside and kneeled beside thi
wounded boy. The (lerman bayona
wonnd already hsdgprovod faUI.
Olrls Pan Fuda Until War tnds. "
High school girls at gteubenvllle. O
hay screed to refrain from ma kin,
radge until the war end thus helnln
the food administration to overcoat
th engar shortage.
VOI' ASK ME WHAT WATCH
Because you know 1
have had years of
Experience With Watch
1 TELL YOU A SOUTH BENJ)
because I honestly
bejieve you get the
most for your mon
ey when you pur
chase the watch
chasa the watch with
the Purple Ribbon.
116 to 1125
CORNER DRUG STORE
M. R. SMITH. JEWELER
Twenty ounce Liberty Ixaf, at the
Model Market Bakery, 10 cent.
Mrs. Frank Ross left for her
home In Loving this morning after
a vlalt of several days In Carlsbad.
In this connection the Current la
pleased to state that Miss Ethel
Rosa Is doing nicely this winter, be
ing able to be on the street thi
WANTED. - To buy a good resi
dence in Carlsbad. Inquire at thla
THRIMTIA-N k CO
FIRE, AI'TOMOBILK, AND