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H I. I'erry, Kdltnr and mnn
j s I y, Jr., Aaalatant Editor
Entered u aacond cUaa mattet
April 16, 117, at tha poat ofhee
Carlsbad, New Mexico, under the Act
of March :i. 1H79. Published dally
Sunday excepted, by the Carlebad
SI 1IS( KII-riON KATES.
One year in udvui.ee J.W
S.x moflthi hi 'Vnco m
On tl.on h in advance
Iwnpta eop' '"
" Membe r of the Associated I'reuH
The Aaaochrtad !"); i
M "ltd ... the ..V f..r republic.t.on
of ii mwi dlepgtchnt credited to M
J t o, credited ... Ihh. P.
& and alto tin l mw P""1
HMIl I'BOW MHOTIHU
Th Bdd) CouBlj chapter "r
American Ked Crotg bgM n I
IU ti Malaga on Hunday afternoon
WBtei weured by Uw enthualogga
mi ited, tha c.ciie..ce of the
program ed ' erow waH "
, wed sitceean. The imw.tlng
wuk llld in compliance with M in-
vltatloa rron the Muiugu people
i,nd WH oriMtMd b " commit
tee on propugundu.
in calling .he I. tlaaf to orator,
W. II MulttMi chairman or the
commute. Kuxc bHtl hut per
tinent, xlul of the great Hue
I ellccs hetiiK made
nan ol America in
Uvea in the defenee.
By UNCLE DAN
by the young
of world (CM
do.... unil uxked the uluy-uVhioiiex
1,1.. ( tia.ll protection unit
lighters on our
aeeaaa ol tb.
Prof, k. m HatMld wa nada
chuli inn... The people of Mulumi
aung ii patriotic h.M.in an u wel-
aOBta M Wait giteaia, m naawi
The ..male wan fin nlxhod hy the
Olta t'lui. ol the Cnrlabad hikI. .
School, nuclei the uhle leadership
ol tl Ian Uaa, The nonga were put
rlolie ami were well rend d 1
beginning win. tba htareelllalae und
OloalnN with Aiuciica.
Rev. (!. U OlVgfl made the llrsl
addles in. "Why We Vie at Wur."
lie quoted from Secfatar) Lane'i
great speech v'i th.H H.ihjeel. muk-
lag ..pi and pointed applleaUoni to
tun dutlaa ami opportunities Thli
wiih Mi ;. nui.'s Aral public ud
droaa, eseapi ... t.ia own cbureb,
since hix eon. ii.K ggJOgg ux. ...id II
wiim .i plaaaing aaauranca of hi
cholarl) attglnnienta ami patriot
iii. i f gallardi followed
Rla lubjeei wan tha "Worg or the
Red GrtMkV In the I'resent Wai ."
id. explained briefly its efficient ai
ganllatlOB and 1 1 uhlllty lo 'get
thora rlghl now" when praeatni
geedi demand Immediate teiiei.
oltlni the phagomenal wmk done
In the teeeiit Italian .dlHuitler when
the fleelnu .... .HI. .idea were unit by
It. en .mil women weiiritiK Die unl
r of the Ameiieun lied i'ios-
Col. Daniel T. Moore, now eon.n.nn
der of the Mli.th Kleld iirtlllery, who
aa a "h.iaky youii( eaptalu of artil
lery." WHllopiMl Colonel Itooaevelt
when the latter wax prealilettt, eutialnK
hint to luxe the alght of hlx left eye.
The Cgptatg ami at that time aide
to I'rexldent itooaevelt anil frequently
enguaeil hla ehlef In boxing houla. An
UniiHinilly Khnrp mui.ler liituled, Injur
ing IiIimnI Teaaela lu the eye. Captain
Moore never knew thut he had Minded
the former preHldent until the enlnnel
dteglOaad thai fact laxt week while
at ii health training euiup lu Couneell
rut The Hum who blinded Itooaevelt la
over all feet tall, and built propor
tionately. When he iloublva up bib Hat
U looks like a ham.
ULU let: r-uurtu
It Waa Farmed Many Yaara Age, But
Ceal Cempanlaa May Dig It Up.
lee that formed In the winters ol
the alitlea ami xeventlea Is helug an
covered hy 00g eompaulea of Huxel'
ton, I'a., In running the eultu banka ol
the region through the hrenkera t(
meet the den.aud for aothrnelte era
ated by the war.
Thix In eapecMly Botlceahla t th
Mg Cranberry ..ml Yorktnwn hanka
which mI.hw the agnona In the ximti
of the fuel. That Which win ilumper
In the mi. miner Ix dry ..ml duaty, wlilU
thut which mu thrown out in wintat
xtiii bus great enhoa f lea ami mow it
It. This incurs In regular luyers nut
excites Krea. eurloally.
Coal men declare ti.ni tin nteotlcg
Of pooplo t li.t t eulm Is wiM.thered to
worthless point Is disarmed by the ex
leteftoc of the Ice and snow. Thej
Claim If the fuel Inn) heel, deeurbonlxet
by the Weather, the Ice and snoa
would have melted. Some of the euln
hunks i.re .in to 70 feet IiIkIi hiiiI art
worth millions of dollara. Yeara ag.
they were rewarded aa a totul'waata.
Ham am bar Tuagday the day 01
the ihwahy taring iiuiuu. m Thorna'i
I 'll l in I n l e store.
oxe "bail language," ill least, not
rood ami drink In their hands"" PtMto.
and innate In their hearts. The
Inl.uhllau.s .r the classic Venetian
plains will remember to the re-
luotesl tenet ai Ions the relief itlven
to them as Ihey were inakniK .belt
traasled filth. Iran th
Mr II W l.ow.v r.illowed with
a discussion ou the subjects present
ed by the p.ei.ous speakers lie
whs a. times humorous ami pgthg
tie He hulled the quoOtlOO , dOWg
to liidiv Idtiul and pacaoggl duly.
Me said Unit eer one who did all
tluil he or she could to help any of
the agencies now tggtrlhgllg to
the aid and comfort of the flthllni:
men at the rto.it waa a soldier and
a hero He did not xuy what he
thnuKbt of the man or woman who
goes not do hla or her duty for
0, II. Mcl.enatbe.., lhoiii;li not on
the prnKium, wax asked to speak,
to which he responded with i. few
facts as to why every woman In A
mettca should Invest In a set of
fury of kinitini: needles and use them
A liberal collection was taken
up which will be deleted In the
pUrehgae of supplies for the Malaca
Notice was Klin that a lied t'toss
meeting would he held at Calls
bud In the near future at which
it is hoped to secure the set v ices
of Major Morton, a Cunadlan offi
cer, who haa spent some time In
Ihe trenches und who now In one
or the stuff of the New Mexico
Military Ir.alltute at ftoawell. Due
ravarggjd gvatlemaa doaa ant notice of thla u.eetlag will be glvea.
Hew War Methoda Have Changed
Evarybedy Mutt Help.
"Hello, t'nele fan, .Tlmmle and I
have been waiting for you."
"Sorry If 1 have kept you long," xald
Uncle Dan. "Your mother haa heeu
telling me how buxhful I uaed to be.
Sin siiid If it girl spoke to me I would
blush to my hair roota. Well. I re
minded her of the time your futher
Oral cuttie lo nee her and the Joke we
pluyetl on them, xo 1 kiicxu 'but will
hold htr for a while."
Continuing, I'm le Dan xald : "You
want to talk more ubout the wnr, do
you? Well, wur methoda have under
gone many changes und they are xtlll
changing. No two wars -ure foiudit
alike. In early times, the weapons were
slimes, cluhx, speurx, howa and nrrowa,
aworda, etc. In this kind of warfare,
victory waa with the strong right arm.
Men of enormous aire and strength
were the great warrlora. The Inven
tloo of gunpowder, however, baa
changed till Ibis. It. haa enabled men
to kill one another at a considerable
rilftance, ami do It wholesule. The
wur, aa we know U now, la n combina
tion of chemlcaja, imichlnery, mathe
matical calculatlona and highly trained
mcji. .Tuxt think of It Alrplanca,
submarines, armored tanka, or cater
plliarx, polnon gases, mid curtains of
fife are all used for the first time In
this war; and Ihey nre destructive be
yond anything heretofore known.
"The methods follow-etl hy the kal
xcr and his allies are xlinply devilish.
He must anxwer In hlatory to Ihe kill
ing of thousands nf Innocent women
and children. He h.ix broken every
International law end every rule of
warfare; he haa bombarded hospitals
and undefended rltlea, aunk Red Cross
ehlpx on errands of mercy ; he has de
stroy e. I cathedral and priceless treas
ures of nrl that can never he replaced;
be haa made slaves of hlx prlxonera;
he has tried to get us Into war with
Japan : hla emmlsxarlex have blown up
our xhlpx, burned our factories and
fired our foresta. He knows no mercy
or honor. The most charitable view
to take of this hi I thirsty tyrant
la that he la crar.y.
"One thine Is certain," continued Cu
rie Dan. With great emphasis. "Our
liberty the safety of our homes and
our country, und Ihe aecurlty nf the
world demand the apeedy and abso
lute overthrow of the kalxer and
crushing out once and forever the
reign of Prussian brutality."
"How about the Herman people."
Cncle Dan replied : "The eplendld
Herman people were happy, thrifty,
prosperous and contented. They have
been tricked Into war and made lo
suffer the tortures of the damned;
Ihey have been cr.ieuy and systematic
ally deceived. Hod grunt that the real
facts may gel to tl.em, und If they do,
Lord help the kalxer 1"
"Of course the allies will win," said
"Probably ao," said Cncle Don. "Hut
If wc ure to win, we must go the limit.
We must check the aw f ul dextruetlon to
shipping hy the Henna., submarines,
or we may not he able to get food and
supplies to our own men and to our a I
Ilea; we must also put hundred of
thousands, and perhaps millions 0f
first-class soldiers Id (he battle line.
"Food la the first consideration." Cn
cle Dm. continued. "No army ran hold
out against hunger. It has been aid
that food will win the yvur, and thin U
largely true. Hence the Importance
of the farm In the war plana of our
Mrs. Hri.hnm Interrupted by xaylna
"In view of the Importuuce of farming,
dod't you think, Daniel, that the farm
era bught to be exempted from war
"No, a thousand times Oo." aald Cn
cle Dan, si l iking the table ao bard to
emphaelxe hla protest that be lipped
over a vase of flowers. "We tuuat
have no elaaa leglalatloo. The duty to
aorve la the eouimou duty of all, aa4
; JUST RECEIVED
A Shipment of
at 35c. the Box
I ciiii lit ii I IV, 'Him nt
Mowers at a mini
in H in o f 1 o r k.
Tnkc hern box mid
i.c kepi in memory
for ii lone time.
CORNER DRUG STORE
NYAL QUALITY STORE"
no class must be relieved' of thla ob
1 ligation The quentnwi of exemption
must be a personal one and derided by
the facta surrounding each caac la
no other way chu we have a square
deal, and to Insure this. It ta the doty
of congress to pass Immediately tha
Chamberlain bill, or some such mean
ure, which la fair to all classes. It
would neltlo all these quextlniia and
' do It fairly. Hafety now and safety
hereafter demands such legjalattoo,
and lei me suggest that you and your
frleuds get busy with your congress
man and senatora and urge them to
"It la time for ua to realize that wa
are not living In a fools' purudlee;
that thla great country of oura coot
oceans of blood and treasure and It la
only due to the loyally, sacrifice and
lervlce of our forefathers that we hava
country, and It Is our highest doty
o preserve It unimpaired and pass It
on to posterity, no mattes what tha
lost may be. Our rltlreuship and their
incestors cujne from til pints of tha
solid to make this country a home
mil enjoy Its blessings und opportn
lilies; hence. It. the crisis before ua,
t .a 'he duty of everyone to stand
iquarely back nf our country and be
frepared to defend the flag. Kvery
ne In this erlxlx Ix cither pre Amerl
nn or pro Herman Ureal as the eoun
, '.ry Is. there la uui room euough for
Mts V It, Sadar and children
bit last nlgbl for theth home in
clous, aftei ipendlng ThankagtOflf
ul the home of Mrs. rJedar'l par
ents. Judge and Mis ). O.
Otantham Tha wnrlhy Judge tell
us there is lonesome family la
thalr bouse oifflreen lleitiita today.
Mr and Mia. C, V. Iteemgg are
up ft out Malaga today,
Mi and Mrs ,11m Simpson fiiraa
then ranch east of Aitesla at
Chalk lllnffs, me in the city, They
'XI I to leave lonighl for Mineral
Wells, Texas, on a holiday trip.
Mr. ami Mrs. Simpson hnve lived
on thalr ranch rm eight yeara paat
ami tins is nn nral lime the have
had a visit oi;-t li.t The ClirgBt
will follow I hem ami here'a Imping
tba) win return much improved
in health hy their Hip.
Dr. William F. Glasier
Physician and Surgeon
Offices in PaiT HaUdlng
( alls answered Day or Night.
Phone No. 3.