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August 19, 1918

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A woman who has an influenza attack outside Buckingham Palace is denied a brandy or other alcoholic stimulant. The police officer states the palace is "tee-total." AB Jones, a vice-president with BF Goodrich is named as the Red Cross lead in France. A new Allied offensive is underway in the wake of the relief of Amiens, France.

Source: "King's Palace Has not a Drop of Liquor," The Bismarck Tribune, Bismarck, North Dakota, August 19, 1918. Page 5, Column 5.

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