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THe Evening Current
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ltltll.l. XKW MK.XICO, Tl K.KDAY. .NOV. ilT, 1017.
BRITISH BEAT BA
GERMANS AND C
TURE STRIP OF T
HINDENBURG LI
.-..imi tmr, Me, Month. ,v. vpy.
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&
German Troops Too
Weak to Withstand
Continued Fire o t
Determined British
RUSSIAN ARMY
WITHOUT BREAD
MAY QUIT FIELD
ITALIAN LINE Mrs. Desaulles, on
HOLDS ENEMY Trial for Murder,
SPLENDIDLY Takes Wand
Army Men Recommend
Withdrawal of Men
Before Too Late
By Associated Pre
London Nov. 27. The Ittisslun
iirmj on (Ik- noil linn front ha had
no biead loi several duys. accoid-
lo repqrts i . -! in I'ettoKrad
and transmitted here, and only two
or ilniM day supply or army bis
cuits are now on hand. Army del
i Mites have reported and recom
mend the withdrawal or the troop
In order to prevent a Keneral
lliKht, with' Us consequent excess
ol loss.
By Associated Press.
Hrltlah Army Headquarters, France.
Nov. Brltlah troop Last night
continued lo hore their way for
ward through the Illndenhiiric sup
port lln, w.est of Moueveiea. There
was vigorous lU:htinc at rlnae quar
ter In till region, and us a result,
the Tirltinh today were In posses
alon of a further section of Herman
support trenches, reaching two
thousand yards long unl runnlnK
east and west. Just south of Pron-
vllle and Inchll quarters. The I
British advance In the last few day y Associated Press,
had made this section of the line I Loudon. Nov. 27
virtually untenable, and the Her
mans were forced to withdraw
when pressed by new attacks.
Fighting was renewed today be
tween llnurlnn wood and Camhral,
but the Hermans were still install
ed In Fontaine Norte Dame and
continued to work machine guns
from the roofs and windows.
By Associated Press.
WiiHhliiKtou. NOV. 27. Ileuilv
reinforced maasen of Austro-tiei-
MMMMi estimated to he twenty divi
sions, vainly are IfytSfl to break
the ItallHti defenshc line, and haw
I KUffered -uieHl losses. arcordliiK to
.official dispatches from Home.
I lletween Flare and llrentivers a-
lone the Hermans hnv worn out
six illusions.
London War Report
The- will Ml
uonncetnei.f today Is ax tollows:
"durlnK the nlKht. thn Oermans
undertook another counter-attack
RKSlnst our positions In the nnrth-
ust corner of llou.ion wood. The
attack was tepulsed. There Is no
thing' of especial Interest to report
jn remalndei of the frotn. The
leather iH stormy."
GROW WITH US
AS WE ARE GROWING
OUR AIM is to make this bank helpful to
all our depositors in matters financial.
Identifying yourself with us helps both
you and the community, at large.
Every dollar deposited in this bank adds
several more dollars credit to this section.
The First. National Bank
Germans Officers
Advise Russians
By Associated Press.
London. Nov. 17 Information I
llnin PotrOgftd stalls that u Bom
be of Herman staff officers have!
med m I'eiioerad and are aet 1
in;. In advisory capacitv to Niko 1
11 Lelne llolshenki, I'leniler.
Hanitds Get Big Haul
By Associated Press.
Toledo. Ohio, Nov. 27. Aft
bandit .ittucked Hie Iliiebbener
Brewing i nrnpans 'I paymaster an. I
ot away with thlrty-tlw thous-i
.. .i ... ii I
iuu i are. accoraint; to a report
eelved hv the police ofllclaM of
his city.
By Associated Press.
Mlneoln. Nor, 27 Mrs. IVsaul
I' letook the stand today in the
I'esatillcs in aider trial. District
ttnino Weeks cross-examined her
bout the lotten she wrot hor
I husband Mrs hesaiilles said shO
suffered ooaaltfarmbl) riom heat
during the three tnonthi Imprison
ment lierendnnt described her
ondltion. Indicating t lit- defense
position that she was suffeilnu from
hrvot.S viand h pothrcosls at tho
Una the tragedy enacted. Af
lei drawing front witness that It
was "Just befoie the war that she
nst hellewd her husband wus noi
falthlnl," n fossa utru I i..n.
which witness wrote m which ah
told her husband he had been
such perfect, lining husband and
we. I lather." In the midst of the
ouestlonln::. witness said. " never
w l'"ei. 01 said anything
to anyone Isttini them know I
Has MjrtMaa hut exiremely hap-
rg, F.. ;. Hartshorn, .who ha
leen wsltlnt: her daughter. Mrs. a
H Skldinore. at Wichita v.n.
Texa.. is expected home tomor.ow!
Mrs. Mktdtaer will return with
her for a visit
A LEGAL DECISION
h,.1hasT,."p:d.r'PUdi",i,,n """ihl" " - MMN h.1 a
British Advance at
Fontaine Norte Dame
Brltlah Headquarter. France,
Nov. 17. Iby Associated Pri -The
Brltlah have made another ad
vene la Oa moral erea. aal accord
lag to the latest report, hare work
ed their way forward throughout j
we i nortnweotoi u part or Pontine
Norte Dam, which they captured at
ike begtoatng or last week, bat
subsequently lost.
TORPEDO SINKS
AMERICAN SHIP
By Associated Praos.
Loudon. Nov. 27. The American
steamship Actaeon was torpedoed
Hnd sunk, according! to dlspatchea
from Oorunna. Spain, deport ill
turvivora have arrived to port of
Caiuaiinas Three boats, with the
t-emainder of the crew is mlalaa.
tr
2 U. S. Soldiers Killed:
5 Wounded in War
L ' f
Uy Amorlated Pre.
Wamhlnirton. Not. t"l. Two A- j
urtean aoldlera ware killed and
ft i se wraiy wounded tola artll-!
lory combat with the Oermans on'
Notrdtneei to., according to report1
made today by (Jen i'erhlne;.
I
I
Waablncton. Nov. t7 The dlr
ectora for tbe Denver bench of
the Kansas City Federal Reserve
Ksnk are ft. C. Htlrkhart. man
ejperj 8. C. Park; a. C Poster;
Alva Adam, and John Even as
This branch will open In January.
Suffragettes Set Free
tt HniBiwa, no.- i-wsiuy-i
two woman s Hsrty mlllUnt suf
rraaeUe Ua were on a hnnger
ettllV In to Dnttlet of Ootumbta.
bae been auddenly released, the
atrlke hmrtm$ failed.
Miss Connnta Henderson, who
bad been III tor several weeks at
her home near Malaga, died at one
o'clock this morning. The body
will be shipped to Abilene. Texas,
tomorrow morning, accompanied by
tbe mother ot the. dcmed.
K. Hrodrickt,
President
J. A. Lnak.
Vice - President
J. N. Llvinnton,
Cashier
Kranuis H. Kyan.
Ats't v sj c
NATIONAL BANK
OF CARLSBAD
Member of
KEDKRAI, RKSKKVK BANK
DIKK (RS
K. Hen.) icks
J. N. Livingeton
T. c Rome
J. A. Usk
( ar! B Livingston
Don t foreot the Ills Hooaier
( ablael Sale nl l-urdy s Kurnlture
Stote stsits Wednesday. Nov. 28th.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Pnrke, of
1'nllns. Tex., came In yeatcrds) for
a visit with her parents. Mr. and
Mr. N. T. DaiiKherty.
Mrs. (Jeorge O'Connor and son.
perry, returned last nlabt from a
-!! I Ill i .-, K
I .v Hiuviai wens, leaaa.
tt has tbe measles.
Per
L'ecll L'ass and son, Kenneth, are
iu town this morning (rum their
isnch on Casa Draw, about twelve
miles out. Mr. Casa says he haa
had a cond year this year without
many cattle losses so far. ailhouafc
their heaviest losses am always
sustained in the late aprlna.
J II. Dlllyhunty is shipping hi
slir. to pasture ner Albequerque.
2.50 special discount on all
Hoosler Cubineta at I'urdy's Furni
ture store
Mrs. Delay Brady and two sons,
Hoists and OMfford Landum. of
Cbsaway. ' Ark arriead in Carl
btd last night, and eipect to spend
Ue wlntor bore. They will occu
py the house recently vacated by
Mr. Annie Week, in the western
pert of town.
WHY RUN THE RISK
OK SKMUMi wotTIl tXOTHHH TO THOrtK VVHONH MKTIIOON
AMK JUCBPTIOKS BATMMK THAN THR Itl'I.K Ol. HAMITA.
TH(. WHHN Ot) KNOW TH T n V Mr A Alt V MhTHtlOM IN
liAUNDHY WOffUl ARJfi AN IMIDItTANT TO HKAIiTH AND
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