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Influenza Encyclopedia

ï~~eCUt LlS 01e In.TOUgeI ry t. I'll be gone before t the only kick I've got won't be able to get back.. finish up the job." Dut 15 miles). sh have,'aptured Ootkhem;hem (s,, miles west of iglo-Am ci&edn forces below s have swung their line trd and brought it up to ennes-Avesnes railway,:al bag of prisoners has,000 and that of guns to southeast, another French ag on the vital rail key of pt northward ad captured Fleury. At Ambly they are lies from Rethel itself. VICE PRESIDEN.T MARSHALL ASKS ALL. AMERICAN U!IppRT WI, r, ANTI-ILNZA PARTISAN PATRIOT - -.~ L -irks the completion. of a WFAITEI SETS IN SCOREDIN APPEAL hting since the Americans '-- r drive on the front be-. Argonne forest and the T B E dnt engagement has een..ns fire 2,500,000 rounds of "-,unds in a day,' lMaterial Decrease in Number Change in Congress Now ]red and seventy-five kll- "....' ' ".... rouand haevenen fie of Cases Reported to Would Bring Joy to Berlemyand more than 20O0 Health Officials. lin, He Says. an tity of enemy ammuni-- n captured. The booty inwar maiterial of allyk F Anti-influenza weather is what P. NDIANAPOIJS; Oct. 26.-Vice Prest. smallr -ar.msa ~- -mie Connor calls it.. dent Marshall, in a -letter to the Initless numbers much rail- an to wash the atmosphere and a liana state Democratic committee Â~tes nu bes...... ral -....:... _.-made public by the committee heore to-;nt and well good. freeze to give the cold shoulder add public s y the committee her t- t - 'r''" x..... ' e ' Â~ ' i Â~.... - 'd. y, dd h. n a-- ppea to that mrade. by dpassengere cars. Duringoto influenza bacillus and all forms ofI President Wilson yeaterday for the 80 German airplanes and animalculae which breed in balmy election of a Democratic majority to were shot down. weather and reduce the vitality of congress. ER-- -HE RH -" human beings, has come at last. The The vice president declared that a anks in.Germany. Dnt prediction ofthi eaiter bureau cie fRepublican-=success would be hailed te letters from your boys for today and last night's steady out- home and abroad as repudiation of h a heading,. "Somewhere pouring is exactly the condtion of the 'sident 'lsons war policy." ' Boost for them pull for barometer to supply the best medicine e resient arshal s at presping the battle line up to aanst the spread of an epidemic ac ent quarantined at his Washington an t e cot but a cording to. physiciana who have been home,.Mrs. Marshall andtheir adopted th" a flghting the epidemic during the past (.fin to Page 3, Colu n 1). -- hat th'e-influenza-situation is much i, improved is evident from yesterday's f reports, showing a material decrease in K An -..Inew cases reported... L E1FK y W Up until b o'clock last night doctorsT ANAIA STEME WITf 2KONBOA.OFS -DOWN,.REPOI tt' Vessel, Bound,From Alasi Hit a Reef Near Vancouver. VANCOUVER, B. C., Oct. Z.Canadian Pabfio - st'.mehip Princ 'Sophia, with 200 passen-rs a rd, 1 gone down In Lynn cana ding an unconfirmed report reaching h this afternoon. Steamship officials here are clined to doubt the authenticity of 1 report, in view of the fact that 1 last wireless dispatches received fr, the vessels standing by the Princ( Sophia reported she is resting eas on Vanderbilt reef,. ' The vessel went aground on the re in a fog yesterday morning. The bc was en route to Vancouver from Ska

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