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Influenza Encyclopedia

ï~~state- 4 m*n -.-~lei; bY Aus-..ik( seace _-T " gio-Â~ atio ". I. A' tII& 2 lenincin a ote;trIg Ihee'i* the - I saw adds whit---i.t tho: - S. n_ h F - - -faintly ates- "_ --_... _...mastsc has graynel wit btwe!_- - -Copyright, 1918, by The Press Publishing Company. Sthe nm f, guardel DTn.s. __ne reply B-I N i vuIair. IT t 1r nOnly a cot- UL I ~ l ~ )llllll~shrapnE _ JtjJL'J1O-J qp'.,'jUUUU0ivuiixR xwas a s tro- T -. headge4 elf'- I LWaes 1t noI -a inDenver Toayg ib _ Todys oanR ew'1a.rty Loan Program1., Are E ceeded. IZw~G ubi So O' CLOC8--Start ofinteneove campaign by women's army. mse r ras esthat the counties outride of' I O'CLOCK-Battlepiaae ieave$s Oolors o Springs for Denver on flight 1y Denver had brought their total* requiring altitude of 12,000 feet. evot- F-ourth Liberty Loan subscription- - --*-,hR O N.'.--.Ic i l beyond the $2000000 mark yester- -. --._ -it ad.day; that Denver stockyards em-, 12:30 TO 1 O'CLOCK-Battleplane reaches -Denver and. a.ndsii nCCites. -for -bls tiia pit shd ss~TeU6 0mr man park, with or with out circling~ city or giving special exhibition,-accord- lhe loci item-thnter$0,0qutadtt ing to conditions at time of arrival. that G ___the P-nited States battleplane from 2 TO 3 O'CLOCK (Whenever preparations can be completed)-Battle. goes 11 fia a a.) Ellington field bad arrived safely in' plane circles city in exhibition flight and scatters Liberty Loan leaflets. Alse ---Coloraio Springs and expected to sets oft bombs in air if right kind ran be obtained by Denver Liberfy in nra ' reach Denver at 1 o'clock this ii+'ter- Sct In-ngaea eSarT'hod park, where it wil bie u tiffr military guard. hdb SState and Denver Liberty Login commnittees and strengthened tht'ir neter- EVENING. violent: nilnat ion to lead the city andi state 7:30 TO 7:50 O'CLOCK-Boy Scouts in Auditorium awarded President ceeded 'EWS welt over their quotas as Colorado's Wilson's flag. p t. + answer to the bestial bluffer of tBi'r - OCOKMs nadesdBnB Sion w 8n a'LCKMs meeting inAuditorium adesdby Judge B west N intenhnrdad.xynn Lindsey, just returned from six months in Europe.,ori,.% oloado atrots utsde o Dever The Auditorium doors will open at 7 o'clock and Prof. Clarence Reynolds tanks, bought an even $600000 in Liberty will give patriotic organ recital until the regular program begins, ground Be'nds ye-sterday, bringing the total I -No reserved seats. Mount J from the outside counties up t) $2,- ______________________________________:1s::., frotn a total of 6.03'2 suhs:" - bOnt yr t-i".. 2.34C employes in Pa, l..n4 of Esl ii:houses and allied concerns at.h7.orQIQT "n:;Lens r Uniin stockyards finished gj j lashia on so- Immediately following the an-I Crawford, poesrQ lcrcle-bo beow The machine landed in Colorado nouncement of the death of Mir-lKen-gieinatClrdcoee.Mth Atptings fifty minutes after it left the.ThsidetsnDnvreaho da ruda ubo n rae h ned- from influenza, came word that ThsidetsnDnvreaho penetra,nd aesgthendepidmioInd r- which was, from pneumonia with in- This (Cniudon Page 14. Cla-s Z~L) caused the death there of William H. (Continued on Page 11, Qaum 19 1(Coati Lm q~Englis h 4t$vi~ibn a e rdyesterday5 ysatr 100;mte reisone rt at Allan nd*ilitakrt ' of pdont:R ha n;they had, heavy figbting. is probabW-sis..ftheaie me4 a f ter dawn,W tn mists were -on--the- fields and dead -trees skylinei above, the canal.were penciled'- n.tec of ships yin sea fog, -Thhl" thi as and hljh -thistles--that goi;n shell ttate r.=avid "ti di~es d by a few-noen with_'-fixe4 Is. I watched the;. 4'they from the battI ais isthe ry gercoets ands I iel&Â~ctpsi 6few wore their camsouflaged el helmets and here' and there~ man without any kind of gar. - -..rin the 'day, I saw another iof about - 800 without 8V5Yr= this time having left tlr11l16 FrEaSfr Hirus uiiit8 Y?Ilh' every day oune..: such a rof prisoners coming" back. it looks lke a brealcniipd a~n Enemy Vlgbt liceHrd L l bhirevoir -.line, knowing: IL te it he has lost everything an be called a iae -until be ouch further back. It- was not ighting for our men yesterday, imy 'easler today. English and of the Thirty-s d djsion uea which already ien in our hands twice, were tly counter attacked, but' sucin beating off these attacks. a the a en d.-Aatellam- dpi4 -rho broke the Beausrevoir lineand southwest of. that: village, mg forward with the- -i4,of who were haijilcapped by bad Iand water, to the outskiz~ts -of Rehain, HdPll f'ot +he eastern side of the- vit ge trees the enemy -had -pilbox sca f rom which there came inachine gunfire, and the iliens were- checked thta'o for )ure until, by dogged efforts. Overpowered the- place -and cap.t 200 men In.~ concrete. shett t they were outside of it, they -lst,parfill which nights at-firs tioo-c ant the gi neayt' fire: 'The a few Many tonig,. CUes form citis "ThI

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