Headline following Halifax exploion

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Headline following Halifax exploion - N - .- .- THOUSMD OTHERS IN AMERICAN MUNITIONS...
N - .- .- THOUSMD OTHERS IN AMERICAN MUNITIONS SHIP TRAbl SPORT S Nothing Known as to Fate of Transports Explosion Explosion So Terrific That It Destroyed Insulation Insulation in Telegraph Offices 30 Miles Distant-Cars Distant-Cars Distant-Cars Two Miles Away Blown From Tracks AMERICAN ENGINEERS FOUGHT AND DIED WITH THEIRBRITISH COMRADES MEANS, ON STAND TELLSOFH SWORK T Allowed To Testify of What He Did as Detective Burns' Employe REPORTED GERMAN GERMAN AGE f J li BLACK HAND" ARE Former Ashevillian, Now of Waukegan, Ills., Son of W. O. Muller, Receives Demands for Money Many friends here of Carl Muller, of -Waukegan. 111., son of W. C. Muller, Muller, of No. 16 Charlotte street, this city, will be interested in knowing AFTER CARL MULLER WAR E l ILL LIKELY PASS The Senate Will Take Action Late This Week or Early Next SENTIMENT AGAINST Til

Clipped from The Asheville Times06 Dec 1917, ThuPage 1

The Asheville Times (Asheville, North Carolina)06 Dec 1917, ThuPage 1
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