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Influenza Encyclopedia

ï~~i' ABATEMENT Ictr ('~lltee 3. t Of Iafuenza Is 8een I2 But Store Othes Conein e.nt t hq'r -e; - Jntil further notice the Rdraeaw t"4~ Puiness Hours of this -o TRaehowreha 1 stab lishmen t will be Ooer and November. there ll-a'A Ot pre $ 9 \. iV. t.Retail Merebmcs Adee T ChiWi sero. ms"r 1 -irzb btrrttikest-vzue s-ieanb Am deere yeterday thet volupw ntar peo"o Ohieaa p w. looe s) *r boaaantthe further 1ano1n-81 &rtgie-Isl~il r!; fun tknby retail-store owrneroed into ta irepta ot al,-, e" ------ -- - 'aned ertssiaatlsduring, tha t few Auditor Qpohge &tthaeider t,~aeb r - -days at ae a besefisl effeet os the the dotg:tieeu departm t..l ite1.:ldebeioutJ?" o-.: S Wodien Who Want the Best HAIR ward. rrat Ontyatttdlk. I *- s hlS. iAhea Rasnbl PiesI-'eddrm teisttwodys'o ~be stopped')"isitseDi GOOD atReaonale ric: t'rtd dtrin th hut to' ayshasthe 111 ireouc pes are to bs..eip~d8for Upow T AP' b een large, the reords show that It 1eel. by theeAuditoret " aill '0 due is partto deal dreports f o g, b Ot Auito mansy physicias, hlataaes) (rem -..:ti e..'-. ta"wiir tis " the Manufacturers.. one to 'ix days old. which had not beettor.~ lieelsee alldg3qno~gm~ holidays. We niatch even the most delicate# pe' ~ea shades perfectli. The new winter heir- rate is coneiderably sisaller then dur-1 entitrely In the eltyof CioliiI,, 44 bhse diressing rtulea are bewitching- ins the epidemic is October and No-" t idee ay enesd~n uemrber. ihe records *how; the prat qet:seoi-55 @ s oWbh r trl-k:RJOR QUAUTY elh.~4.:84 under the Id la we. 1eint~lgeP long Sitcihes.......... fato $3o eathOfier NiH.lece are edsdtownship,.lua-jeg 191? t 47 C TrenotltiOne... $5ito 123 to.venttena predietiod-aig to what so-, leeted eon 4.8W-dogs. Dads -l~b 0. lotlie'n" igs..... 10to $0 Health to-morrow. lseisdinsl~et' yeses ble tahr i In's r.s........ 15 to >3 h or ~l egwwMb h'msow 4.0168Wto ft!dog re t........ 13 Thebord illha o"aedby heto be dlstrihesto. by Couet' )it-I's Tn'ugee...1 to 5O reports receiverd at the.Health Deptart- oloners this ssnsg Coont.f^- "+ 0th moll order-a or tt oirire. Catalogue free. ment (rem last Saturday until rose- etoners pae s t'gwethe Csewtw~s exd -aovsdaio 1fii o day sight.- said Dr. Pter0-""te01 "Nai1_'Ia oeu hgtawe- - I 00 Edilas O, he Ohailt*5i5at ' "_ 1 n~ Wshowt as lmprovemest.-beeadded. to Animals $.p' ~~t)j~but LAIN STREET. OPP TWELFTH Dsapovs Umpl on. " ''y> ansd camerl errie- hat cc gineo hobbet l -eatsis lah- The Retail Hieroheeta' Assoeiation.' 1 o ili tiee s lal Y sl+ e lals l ~le - 3et evn. hihlest Saturday di"to opn "wme Iheir Inee tioa.t seca rsl ioened stores at Ia. mL and to clow hm----s t43.m ni ute oie d is - -at preved the suggestion mo1de by J. I- r pie rgCidding that stores of thle smsscieassifJe t8evnsOI & cods CIOOO)jMM Seatio sehould be opened and cloedsat' en rt CO.O N;N l~eenthous(rem etoree sothrk" o TMATIGertMnage ef Cheeae ~dbut __________________present at temein fteaesocta- Ohio Ra Ilwa Alhnat a ' lion. so action will he tkn ythat l LKlt~I j''5 NOTICE WON BY JOHN BRYANl body looking toward the oaopttos of.,.. 7 fta TruhVesoTadWihr-hiesestggestion. officials osese.asseoi- frog TmaughViesloTadeWittGa-egowanousced yesterday. Ths mom- ' T~ ter many-To Be Buried T5"Dsy ooipo h solttaI-cmeuiN 7t 1eo~~ r imr te(onto oi Dryal..he ofoetir ctonIecofidetcFo Ser-vies of an uostientatious cbareetor, that the regulatios dow in force wIli beotob- tvethat It w111 not be noosluritelow' Spritg*. Ohio.wealthy rattle naytotb.ioteectln lot-tal deaier. former asd writer, who died of-,- When asked eoncerning the.betioo d in- Influrosa early iesteeday morning t of suburban store proprietors to the Â~ peetePlc oe.Srie r oM"Oeigadcoighuslndb h h tpre- held at the chapel of Gus Gtlldehaue, RetailtMecatos' soito r _!l1 Vine street. at I p. m. to-day. tore said: atsAsocaiorD0t5 H0 1 Me. Bryansattracted widepread at-: 'The Boartd of Health has sot Issued"t Ipbrat teottnsesvorrol years ago by copress-" compulsory ciosing ordore esd will sot. ubber lo~~Ig, by meas of nevaspaper tlest meotA. o-hich hr financeti per-nally. before to-morrow. fe. The Health hit iece os trade relations betwen Departmont has so desire to ester late fey 0. the Uoiled States end Germany. a otroversy over the boors. We &pMin. Bryas was proprietor of the -pwit h prtoosb h on earl lue rivPianse Supply Comtpany. Clocin-:ec' t h prtsonb h on satl. lie was aothor of a sumberrof lows store owners is establishing Vel- '~ Visit. rubber. Pie- Poceos and faebes. untarily opening andl closg houre, heeot b reC a t, in g Tb.- f""o-odatlon of Mrw. rysses weilth o~assswe are canfident their action wilt dr lehee on C55tl' oss oato;alitod Ibrougb a for-mle for acemplbrohoed. Ted druin board. iedicti-d soap. This Inventio of q1w.acopihm h teeoathse/ "r atTransport.tsmmittoe. The na- 'sted wtipoumnle. Superintmndnot hiassdeah. o~rt itr-ohadoce ihe time when the Waiter E. Lint said the dearth of Mr. Stees was weli heown is rail- dVe >,treteer owi compete with the tole- nurses was 000 of ihe most serious y gInrph.toe r-,t-tlce' and the rilwayn. problems at the General Hospitai dur- reed ciress tereitshout the retanteR. th It te de-"isrens thatnearly gOre bourn tog the present emergsnoy. Physicians IHs was here at- Pert..Intd.MHt becinlsag a rl cc ld it--so-red betors London and ysmpiein that it is almost Impossible a residest "si Csviege sI yearn age. to 4 t -O e ntdo end totobtain ssrsefor- their patesto isentering Ibewrailcoad service en a boy Cl Todri.'utoa a ndthielrten,dot-v he piaehsias ntetlgah eatet fe er-sCai:-edo and o'itnasrgie- MayeqtideWar show. 1ear-ing telegraphy Mr. Stevens he- rq0 t~eee Lnde nd ""hnnesaur, ycamso an agewator en the Cheseake hit Ttotth Africa -- Major Main advised Governeot and Ohio lines. Later- he wan made dis 1Tthe committee n.r-cncieooo the tin. officiate Is charge-gjil i WdTtr-r istat -Tnsin-Diepalehes.-. pa d&.mdaefrai.. pdlbac xoiin o ehl tMscHl r tvnt itpooinwst 5Te.CsT IOu...f the got actoir-rt - ent-ice, coo- beginning nect Satar-day. to pr-oeesd the Superintendency of the division be- CcP toenicotta 00 5 stet aso ni'oder with thersr-r-bnremonre. Wililm,..-m.-.. *.__..__. isoarded jn. irk fshes Ctew Ti drawtird After VI -0 Club--Twro entQ Folios ysateede:Were coee a mtotive for.phea Crawford: 4? 7i ilth, whose body wAs lMst wuelsd In his "14 rd in 00.a rear of bidstee. t h idraeat'',:a eh Cr-awford.had speet teFu IhWr nea ad. oisItioned "by Detectlvi Sd dnd.Deitoe ays7 mee ddrlok..ths event Oe." is a sted-poher g it bons of thoe diAspe tprof.. l7bt rwoed.wM illedp-callher'htbetpollet, imso.. an ahdit o ve ' of tl!ihrictile rday slyblig' inla abat

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