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ï~~tcoe iBp ivan Terrace 10-Wa rIog-ap htt Grandt "ala eesarYls,,n..d flY'.MFesa&InOfrontofI Erand understanding that the president br I f1,0 -Grand Ciruit ryalo abe in, th gOiernmtnflt 0 Gr y to ~orna tr w term of peace which the German berty Loan teratur e I taned in the addrOI of the pre i wa I-Band concert, autrmobile be - ntoReSUlt Showe Fourth of July last 30-onval a ent soldilera' d,m * Shows at Fair Will Be In- on-tration, Liberal A r - a icreasea building, Iis flo: Sld i"'The detrctin of every ar vestigated and Every Pr&:-"" aut""m*" il" secreti) and of iti single ohoico, 4 caution Abgeapi n st "Flu" 6 O"r" not ho presently den yoU, at lean: 0-Adrems 10 boya I Fair schoo by Major John ohi en. "The power which baa hither ahaid 6: a00-band concert, yivan Ter- sort hero descrhe&. It is within onday Feeling that the theaters and picture 700-Johnny J Jones abowe, In IL The preIde ttIS Just quo gre to theaters of the city had been to a cer- Lan rt Automobi O d crtdubtu extent discriminated agtntebybhildtl institu- being forced to rerain closed to the N 0-rand patriotic fireworks. s nwe r public while amusamentA of a like na- 346-Opening program of 1 big will, In his judget, depend upon tings tare are being allowed to ru full r u acts In front of grand- actor of the guaatee which c n Beau blat at the Soutbeastern fadr, a pro Is indispnsable that the govern test was registered Monday morning know beyndaprdntrwth during a meeting of a corntte- ap- One of the mot Interesting and In pointed by the Atlanta Theater Man structing exhibits at the fair, and one "The president will mke a agera* association, and the matter was that attrated special interest Monday, government of AustrIa-Hun taken to the public safety committee of i. that of the onvejeacent.0oldire In "Accept, sir, the renewed assu th t Atlanta Chamber of Com mrce the Liberal Arts building. It I at It.( u where it was laid before airman Fr. booth that the work of the boy sIn a bun-y Psxo and other members of that khaki of the general hoapiita No.. "REDERICK ODELN, om ittepylocated at Fort McPherson. is display- "Carge d'Aff&Ires, ad interim, in The showing was made by thA the. *d. The soldier themselves ie deState ater men that inla e of the biggest ontraon of their work twice a day, northern cities, Inaluding New York at 11 in the morning and 5 o'clock in Cticago and others, the movies and the afternoon. The reclamation work Sr hoes t eaters are running In ifl blast, not at the hospital I under the charge of having been compelled to close because Major J L ioy and It was through ad armi of the fact that they are not only ia interest that the exhibit at the fair We ca not well ventilated and kept in a highly W made possible. sanitary condition, but 'that they are The ward occupational work, which *t thS regularly inspected by the government is intended to give the soIdir, some a that army officers and are given clean bills thing to do during their prli ofc-.ary being _______._ r# do noof health by these men. It was also valeaeonce,,s exhIbited in many differ the pointed out that President ason was eat forms. Each in tie hospital unv the In a theater Battrday, night, which is taught some trade, whi h he many Note Differs Only Slighi far Taes- must bare been crowded on account pursue when he recovers, There are She ^7- of is presence, when he received 'the specimens of various and betutiful Fror Those of Germ most mnrentous dipiomatIc paper in kinds of work-utomnobile repairing ad'lf r.e ahe history ofthe w rid, annonacing leather work, printing and even a trac. an Austria-DiferentS.e wn- the aceptance"-if the -president's re-t tr with which the men are taught ad- of Plea Wa s Expected a Ictins y he Gem kaier, vnced frig ust Bed riturb e ec techoice of th* aed natrly con b the atn. tosay that thec ther dfnienes whom they are di rtnescoc of yhg te n aturally co )et Iss Ie inth

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