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Influenza Encyclopedia

ï~~MOM-' rstsiiuong ever wt ~We. *Moote. And the eather man en. ptigbty good to 'SillV8 T1S*1L." ' He has furnishednii~ gekts or, every installment so t Is not litkaly he Will break f ulSor hi*theeleventh se4tion f. Mil auzuendous movie%, TiM jAe *ected to.the commodious rany~ t*04. A. cqnclft-will be given WO pqunmitte, workig and* we, Aaevery., 1uoor ICtShstetnes O'u Uand zij*4ant t6 urn out l it, hon kiuan 315,andwould lke to -have Christmnas n. tuffladyA dr IT~1. rott-will bg'jh a lace. in the nriwo wl r~t me this fa or.' Those who wish to form a body Of= eighbole sfrom a*,v bertala, city In____ Astehester County are advised to ave a banner or largre card paintedW u j and used a a standtard arounjO- which,W. U 40**O all the -people from that -particular community' can gather. Then that baniner can be carried past the arn- A* A* eras., In this, way- the boy "'over ' Al-fhanks$giving. Offering there" can the mor'6 readily pick out bisl home folk. Mayor Wallin extends the 4nvita ti.your happiest cote" an hppe. smiles, and enter the pgark b,.the. Yonkers avenue gate. No, pm )c~erP~4~lPrices VV DtI1GTO, Nov. 19. - Retail )o4,ricts were 2 per cent higher urin~ Octpber'than In September, the ureau -of Labor'Statistici announced AW lincrease ofi-746 ei cent was re-; arte~ '-fr alt articles ac-f foddurInF "'0 1l, Wyear. &and a. omparlsow~o no.4# ftrthe ftiVe-,eai' -period from te 111.. to last month* showed Mi aviragei nceae of '16 per cent.!r~eon Credits e tainW ar Service roda (ruled that ILIL PrincetoiL underrad,'tes. whojoined the colors prior 'lu. e.1913 will be- given. credit for 'ful term's work If they have -reAv~e. bn~mmiusion-24. Mofe wthan 1,000 Princeton 'men enmilitary and naval service and It, ~ t~jm Â~re expected back to u*Xfor. idogroes. Hotel8. Again Open Their RestaurantsHotel managers last night claimed a victory over'striking waiters and kitchen employes. Sherrys, the Plaza arkd Kttldkorbc'aer uLt ether hoetels, it, was Â~tWtd, each had their maximum restaurant capacity In operation. meanwhile, the strikers predicted that a general strike of all dining Irocin employee in the city, affecting more than 260 otels. will be the outcome of' a ape lal meeting called for Saturday. At this gathering 15.000 members of the union will- vote unanimously r a general walk-out. it in said. EPIDEMIC IJOWS INCREASE Deaths and- ew cases of Influenza and pneumonia soc ed a decided increase yesterday. F1 ty-six persons died from Influenza, as c mpared'with 86 the day bfr.Ther were 169 new cases. Pneumonia sod the death of 82. as against 88 for the previous day. There were 51 ne* cases. - - ----- -= - - -,-.--j-- Aud~eV Aexnder / 548 ifth Avnu At 4St.bDrei Slippers for ViCtoryF~inetions and *dHolidyF siitie az4I silver cl th, plain and ocaded, itwelve of the hand some colort so scarce -ae Back and white, of course, beaded r, ata 41 ' * iano-Payer Pianoi and Perfect Talking Machine Combined.at Ldst!f Plays Any Music Roll-Plays Any Recgrd and Has the Tone of the Finest Piao and: Ftnestf Talking Machine Mail this coupon 116 West 40th St., N. YD Without obligating myself IU any way, P16VAsesend =me Ml Particuilars about your Apollophone. Name.... -Addross....I Operaed Electrically at a Small Extfra Cbst: Coneeikt' everyday!. I oiarly I Admission Compimnentary. Sceijig and Hgar, n U.Boireving,e& s.,-o come.: You andyiu frslsae lieartily welcome. Cdmne, even If you have 16 Mksa of biixig.Y Ow pianos or Victrolas, or both will be aCceptod.*U t. rown ti~ lack 6aw~kn \w u44kikhP Doe rs'm 10/10/2006 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS NEWSPAPER R 14

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