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Influenza Encyclopedia

ï~~.. _i~ m u u _ ow w SAGE A i m IENTION!1 First FabricatedShip C( Washington, Oct. 24.--Amerlca has turned ou steel ship. She is the Agawan, of 5,500 deadwolgh which by the Submarine Boat corporation at Port annlounced today by Chairman Iurley of theshilp The Agawan was in the nature of an expor were required for her construction. Approximate fabricating plants and 200 foundries, machine, pir ment shops produced parts of the hull and machii The Submarine Boat corporation has contract of the Agawaan addelivery of completed vessel rate of two or three every week. ER WL L at National Capterson Provisions ement That May,wn After Allies r Proposals Forby President. Oct. 24.-Discussion I today on the.' probable stice which may be forhe allied ad American ers after the allied.govconsidered the German.nsmitted by President. as generally assumed by that. the president al'ertained the willingness governments to submit the military men. nt's reply to.the most I note will be found on AVERAGE OF Y4 SARSFIELDS' DAD YALE I1 HOME; DESCRIBES EDUCA' BATTLES OF 1020 GREG nion here is that Presi'as expressed the basic ch an immediate armis'eached- The terms to rman military power on Lbsolutely impotent must t by the;Supreme War e mission of the military rans'ato general princrete terms of fortresses, submarine bases to be guard, munition plants tied and strategic rail' ecured against German armistice on Allied in end of the war, atust be given to demobGerman army, in itself 3, since the- great force urned back to civil life?ry 'for formulation of iady exists. The millboards of- the Supreme t Versailles furnish the 3 fort the assessing of he military leaders and intodharmony in a rdeftof the condftions upon could come to an end. is p~e...... dmx, 'etain, -Haig, Pershing, n,.: the,,]elgIa chief oz eio members of the army drairals commanding the s, British, French Amer-, are ex-officio members ard.: proposes that the terms Sbyr thesk military:and shall be " subs tted to governments associated NEW FLU CASES CUT IN HALF Five-Day Period Shows 100 In.fections Daily as Against 191 During Previous Five Days. Further evidence that the influenza epidemic is on the decline is seen in; the fact that yesterday less calls ftr doctors and nursescame to the department o fhealth onlce in this city thah on any one day since the beginning of the trouble. Dr. Wright stated this morning that, while the-- doctors are not reporting all of their cases each day and that therefore' it is almost Impossible to judge of the state of the epidemic by figures for one day, the average for several days is signifloant. He computed the average number oft cases reported during the past five days to be just 100 while in the five day period previous the;daily average was 191. This shows a decrease in the?le, cases being reported of a little less than one-half. There were 107 fiew cases reported yesterday.There were 26 deaths reported ye. terday which brings the total for the month up to 314. thus far. There are 162 cases at the Net Haven lospita.: and four patients at that ii nstitttionu have died since noon yesterday. There have been 5:51, cases of the disease at this hospital since the. outbreak of the (Continued on Second Page.) F.:,_-N E. B'ERTEL KiLLED, WOUN IN FR.ANCE LU t Casualty.List Contains aNaesof o f Men-'Ber'tl's Wrouds A~ray 'Reported in The:Regiser. Hugh - McKeon, ldest Man in Sarsfields, Saw Boys He Knew as Kids Falling Around Him. Representati Universiti Cultural T The seven' Educational' M d y. at 12:00 u tle railroad s headed by Prof the Yale univ to the home o1 The personn, follows: Dr. vice-chancellor Cambridge; Si chancellor of chester; the Walker, fellou brarian of Quf Jones, professo Dr. John Joly and mineralog geon, professo Bedford colleg4 turer on anciez Bucklngham. The member lunch at 1:00 and were then laboratories of From 4:00 to with Professor at 7:00 will b, the Graduate's From 8:30 tc ception will bf Graduate's cit at 10:00 there. (Con tinue BODY. The body of for &tradl river;die At jn g. 1Te- was weight about 165 In a blue and aIls nnd black Was badly br t pearance of be - HUGH M'K.EON. "New Haven may well be proud of the 102d Regiment. That body of men has rendered a service that can never be fully appreciated," Private Hugh McKeon. son of Mr. and Mrs,. John McKeon, of 296 Wallace street, who has just "returned home after a year's service In France told the Register today. Private McKeon, 37 years 'of age, is the oldest enlisted, man in the Sars, the -Yanks who fought in the ranks at. Seiclheprey and on the Lorraine front, and the boys all calUted him Dad. "The New Haven lads Id their part well," Private Mc eon td 1dthe Re- r later today. "Mlen of C and D companles were particularly heroic. At seicheprey our two-companies Went into, (Continued on Second ' ge.)' a t' 1 -

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