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Chicago Daily News Company, 1918

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st American331
60
Haiti in
61
Sugar Industry American
62
Lowest Points in World
66
Dingley Tariff
68
Hale Wm Bayard Case 541
75
Peace
77
Orange Crop by States
81
Harvest Wheat Calendar
82
Sugar Trade
83
584
87
icago
89
749
97
a U S 228
98
Hawaii
99
Lloyds
100
etropolitan
104
Party Pluralities Natl 209
110
154
114
s 883 884
115
Cities Area of Large
121
Luther League
122
Paupers in Almshouses
125
Paupers in Illinois
131
852
132
Apportion
133
Banking Power U S
133
Pea Crop World
133
852
133
Banks Federal Reserve 748
133
Circulation Statement U S
137
City of Athens Loss of
138
Lynchings
145
Peace Delegates American 667
146
Exports Summary of
153
Income Tax British
156
Peru
159
Circus Train Wreck
160
Clemenceau to Hertling 442
162
House Speakers
165
Philippine
170
Cities Government of 766
178
Baptist Denomination
189
Sunday School Union Am
190
Divorce Statistics U S 71
196
162
202
Drainage Dist Chicago 857
212
Citizenship in U S
215
Earthquake in Porto Rico 244
218
Swimming
225
City of Athens Loss of 138
228
Barley Crop by States 79
245
Colonial Wars Society 207
257
110
265
Colored Population
268
Basket Ball
274
143
279
Election Cook County 807
280
Bathing Beaches
281
Civil Service U
284
Columbia Disaster
285
turns
292
War Plans Division
299
780
300
958
303
945
313
Warships U
315
Committees State Central 277
324
Battle List American
329
War Department
331
Belgium Liberation of 674
346
War Finance Corporation
362
War Material Destruction
373
Chaplains Number Army
387
99
395
469
399
32
417
Idaho State Officers
425
Tariff Commission U S 816
441
158
507
in War 836
510
Real Estate Transfers
514
Army Health and Morale 694
515
Building Assns U S 134
525
Telephone Statistics
529
Red Cross Knitting Record
549
Terms of Officials
550
Theater Fires
557
109
562
Thermometers Compared 39
563
Tobacco Crop by Years
579
Bulgarian Armistice 456
580
Tonnage in Foreign Trade 155
598
Tonnage Worlds 1918 549
605
Map Balkan Battle Lines
610
Elks Order
613
Battle of
614
544
624
Ember Days
644
Bulgarians in U S 109
652
139
660
Red Cross Medals Badges
676
Pier Municipal
686
tics
687
Employment for Millions 325
701
Metropolitan
706
Pigeons Homing
714
Bequests Notable 1918 173
720
Employment for Soldiers 698
722
cles
738
hip 191
745
455
748
English in U
749
Map of New States
750
y of 206
753
Bicycles Manufactured 137
761
Pig Iron Production
766
Epworth League
769
Equinox Vernal
776
Espionage Cases
785
March 1918
787
Mayoralty Elections Chi
794
Mayors of Chicago
805
Illinois Hard Roads Plan
822
McAdoo Secy Resigns
828
Illinois Men in War
830
Measures Illinois
834
Measures
847
Planets Positions
861
452
898
Bishops Roman Catholic 185
899
Mechanics Junior Order 200
910
Illinois State Associations
912
Illinois State Central Com
919
Council City Politics of 833
923
Mediation Federal Board 795
925
Waterworks System Chi
932
Board of Trade Chicago
938
Wealth National U
942
228
943
Boat Racing
949
Executions in Cook Co
950
Weather Chicago
952
Poland
955
Weather Signals
958
Polar Record
968
672
971
Weights and Measures
974
Illinois Vote
977
Police in Cities
990
Boer
1000
Police Districts Chicago 942
1005
Illinois War Organizations 860
1006
Executive Department 225
1007
Bolo Pasha Treason Case 477
1008
Bombing Crews Training 677
1014
West Virginia Vote of 321
1020

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