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Influenza Encyclopedia

ï~~~vw~wu The Antry Into Paris1ES AS THE KAISER HAD PLANNED IT AS IT REALLY HAPPENED FIRS P to bedisr r 3oct U.S.PRI By Ub d rs FANSPASDc item navies- ~ / dayththepa.manysatso]t I lic "I suchat cno iGS Rosedale Cal 30ct; Palai 'lset "Mr edent Ia epyi - - greeting. IU fr'ur gaiu lug. ~~~~~~ find myseftoracantofe urcge, the quick cnat0 ypt n nobd.... Sil eC A..unatfected finei ewe h....... repreentas a f te U ie "" " States aen h ersettvso 2cARMY DOCTORS AND NURSES TO,Yo 1ciwhaebe eygnru TT1I1~~ TNT L~~~lT LI about myslbtIfethtwa 9 C l' have s i n h t h v.....+.,,,_..,u,.'s,,. it an aft.m tO sI~~~u TREE A way was opened Saturduy for eral servti who exoress a desire to everythaing- ii, iqe 5pWer' to tlq j ati aa are In 'miltary sisvoe.' of the pepeowhl ntdSae of.. C'" '' ohe dtr nowd t"T rethis tyae natlIn atn Si odd. 15U Cleveland to secure doctors and ibe dialschsged. fl reslhaas Lif t ata s aedd tpgnl a tet~ fodad 'b eutI ht adt '' htIog "ussfo'team o i nte This applies very largely to the tbs Influ nsa situation In Cleveland wored toreni dea th e ciy re o t h irs acsthuhto fih on in4ez hc gi doctora in the general practice of itler Imitesaton isthat some of the "If it were possible to get some of th peleo teUnedSas m _L fiht o infuenz, whch aain s onmedicine and not to satecaistte It nur-ses now at camp Sherman cop the physicians released. It would th e is,,. left ienarereiatesisreio be immediately teleased. Applies- Igrr~ati" facilitate treatment of ne turned toad smtig mr In lettrnedytoarge-yeeo the dmecrttio L4 ion in Clevelantd was announced by doctors at Fort Oglethorpe wish to Cm Shra.ation had become so acute that if It eentpicpe frgtadJe "'Healtit Conimissioncer ttockwood get home, they may make their Steps werr immediately taken by fle gre muhwretertwd e Satuday ThePres set ateleram wishes known to Colonel Bispham." Rockwood to get In touch both with would ha re-eetab hed. lc.I elxdta eeyt i to etnI tkr ertr f hra n FhCesadpyi cases and 19 deaths as compared to must be wni uhawy n t3t-Nwo.Bkesceayo ore. Including many CSvean eran nwand at ortan pgle- i new oasesand 15 deaths repented teqetosrle yi ete war, asking ifsome Cleveland 'physi- at Fort Oglethorpe hre Friday. ' clan andpe no in miiaysi."nee ofuthesa vita suoe ceth e wolan a h 21c cseic cod nreot t Ie m itam Mina Thompson said she would do "Approiatel'y 500l Cleveland "Wed nre. Rockwood i uhawya oisr h o 1s evc ol o edn oe. sotles in saving the lives of flu victims foundatio o h reo n Faker was not Ini Washington. o~ I~ nursing.lAt pee n I s lmoein nations. theIT ER mattwfered dirct to possible to get a nurse and the hoe- SYMPAT$UV ITIS Colonel Miller. inrciarge of releasing i 'T 1Tvr pitals are filled." '. WTH FUAC all medical offcers In the service,; FLU DEN~.'iIEL)- As Io Schsools "Neverbeoehswron thne favror of an oMlt).E hmsn.spr ockwood has issued a bulletin to so terribl aviaeo ehbtd Concls pcil o mite nvs Iake.principals of all public schools In. more grosy tedbaig ifu 25c ( Inenen ofre thFry Nrinrtciaspca omteeIvs s ed deidhs str'utting them to close the schools ec filctabtos Cops tigating shortage of doctors and Mr.Feddne hsautomatically when 20 per cent of 'tam sr ht Ssallo Affirmative Reply tiurses to care for Cl4Veland's in- and demand, sod when lthe flu *pi" nhe is areabensleau e of - o th e fta mie sn afrutlo floenza victims, Saturday skibpnaed dei aeo rcsntrlyi- ffjprcp fteasnes ar ite sae Colnel Biptm at or t lto re - at sPnetonwt hes for th ame onprices the rcage for AIas. Notnhm P-kwo Belgium an, Iaprcatso tH RHn~y)E ec. tr-opy crourier ten tntafc'ta ost the leg to regulation of nursing rates But ethen last December matched Pr InNny-mrca roscuhdprice the nurses charge.' Finkle In Cleveland, up with three coldest Decembhers in - PeietadMs ona the Rhine about 8 a, m., -- half a century. The others were in Wilson ontesaioIltom Fouar bridges and two ferrtes were, g~~ uedt ~ ~ s 1872 and 1976.araean hi ivsi nt -,- uedalog te ron -o 0 ki~,WKI~s IIH( ~lYIUII~ H~'iK IlS Weatherman Emery -looked up -ang w eter (3?tt the fresl:-o500 which,te5. a ~UEIf I IU L frost his weather machines Shatur- rated withfoes:crossing was tmade, day and said that It would be cold- +"Youwl4 e n iqe >t. Thai flj't division went eyef es' tonight.?besss may be ezr. RhttI*L l - oblens'on a Geryntpontoon brifisk INAT * Emotsd' late flandlay' you, Mr.Psiet"wsreai ylirh~e U.;,~'pr- w ssA Sntwt No one Jtlpa eriy - astha t +t$o reach the-esil' ae itW - r Homt Jani. 11. $et as 8~W t,6: 'WhaY 1 it so war 5w'-: ecm Lion ceer eemcceig e4108/28/2006 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS NEWSPAPER R N Thei~~O

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