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ad nethini importaai for , . rna ? alaa thal the new ,. ;i powerful de the caldera aoemi to have :.- ? , ,i furthi r in tho lateal at deed, ? wa? they nnd not the in who wi re putting ap thi 5, and farri i n hll .h. ?""vv ... ,.,.?,? ithataadiag the brill; , . \.-n from l.ondon IflOthoT was ?. an| . of buratii - 1 pped "i .. luburban diati i - "l ftt' nportai narrowl; i KenmaK Vre T'rged nding ? , ^ (Ol ? ... tnia , ,-ith evi -i greati r vehemence be ab ' ' ' ? _ London Air Raiders Safe, Declares Berlin Report BERLIN, 0 ' I afl ihe Gei lurni ? harme.l. "Oi.: ' Germany Fciled on Land and Sez New Turns to Her Air men \\ fcSHIXGTON', Oct. I. failure re. An air raid :. ? take:. in hii ? ''"m mandi r of the ? ? ? from ' K'esl ? Bright Moonlw.ht Favors Enemy Airrr.en in Week Of Constant Raiding ? ? ? ? MfllOBl " fer 24, ? I ? ? - The ' ? which bore ? city Ooi.i tw? or tht ? : ? bombaidir.g Loi ';"' ons were kllli I ' ? in" - .:, two BTOUpS, ? ? brougl ? Freneh Bomb Stuttgart In Reprisal for Teuton Raid on Bar-le-Duc PARIS, Oel l Ii ;.!.i\ on the unprotected tot Freneh tliers to-dfl) aoared 100 into German ;. ? ? the fan ? ital ol >' '??'? , . ? Income and War Excess PrGfits Taxes \\ ,? i avc prepared ' ? $ pri ^ ?,!,. ? ?. rence September ?; UU7, which change thfl - the U ... u rmally adopted I , b< th -? ed by the 1'" | ? of the \ ' $ preaent form. We have m | ?'"' will d ? ? : fpll te>.t of the / ? ea plflBfltory digeal our Ti.t D\ i-. B i' W( iOB. Bankers Trust Company ia ?t'all Pifth \Mnue and UimI Streel ?-. '? Pur.se Strings Of All U. S. Are Loosened Every State Enters Loan Drive With Determfned Enthusiasm $200,000,000 a Day Hope of Officials First Day's Success Be lieved to Make Sure $5,000,000,000 Total WASH1.NGT0N, 0?t l. The pre;. ? ? rted ? laj ? the eountry with a ruah. ??> ?he Tr ? ? ? Indieatfl tremen dou. ? ? thi pari of ter. workers and a fair !.. ii rj . ib ? ripl loaa toa minimum whh I bb beei roal of the four i * aa were | blow i bloi lomed . pofltera, and t<,] the eam* ?-. i I ? ? ??? r,.]^' |fl . | tha eam tratioaa. Here atreetearfl were at noon and ? . ;. i looai tha Beld for/e In hundredi of ..'her is tha aame, by the methoda followed. phila her factorv ? . i luadrofl oe ?ower ? .- loan litera Scouta ? ? Keaponae Ib the Soflth l berty Bell of St. ' ; . 41 \' ieorgia | ? got it. ?. th a pro .? everj ' ? : ? co be Da I b" . ' ? - i /, ? ? nthu a im. To ? ? j i rolunti ai V. rd W"rk \head < > nft ' nelined ? ? ? . ? ? ? I ? .? arorking " ? ' \n >ven ge cripl ...ouiil bring Whal y di ? . ;,,,?,? i 00.000 nn hour. Thi* .. a-hich to aub.ci be w criberi as the lUb t-nptio:i \ ? , , ooo ,..,, ,. d women a ? ? y hour to bring McAdoo Opcns Campaign At Cleveland; Sells First Bond to Tris Speaker < LEVELAND, Oet I Saeretary of ...? rreaaory McAdoo offieially opened m | i !.. rtj I aan campaign ia ?nd thi' morning at an tutdoor . . ? ? ,? ? publie iquara at 10 o'eli ' . ? ..... iiei of thfl ? . || club, purehaaed tha fira< boi ' I berty l.oan. . handed the bond to received hii check for Sj,,... problem ol on, Mr. Mi I 'After a i tha amount of ii d bj taxation for the ? -.al yeai ai ding June S0, 1918. w? ? thirteen and fourti an ? $5,000 00 repreai ? Al!;. d goi >rnm< ? : n, will | theii efa igationa, "To raise thirteen to fourteen bi of de a June 80, 181 -. l,y the i ? ef banda In reeurriai .. ips ;.. aoma peoplfl an im* . k || * .. Btupeadaufl un oi Impoasibla for . i ur.. i.ii. aoate, Mr v. , . | fact .our spint IM Ii cctain." \. i .-. bi i af.iBiaria loaehaan Uter Mr. McAdoo taid: ??An.. i . t And bi ra< f .n the tik;h'. aad AmoTjea intendi that thii .hall b. woi , and won quickly; America inti ? w*'ll moan iag bul . . ? bo talh li . when thera ean ,?. ,,,, ? . . aneer which has Europi irover ahall aaj bera aad ? , that ererj peciiial apeech made ia thia inopportuaa and mi effeet trail Bfl tl . mon Aaaerieai aad the ax* more American ire. in this eountry can h . . imocracy every duti. and i*iry elaaa n mt , ? opportaaity to . pririlegea that ffered ??, tl a go\errment. taaiat B>ei purehaai ona 1 l ,- , | , . .rtii and cluld in AiAaa.**. aa* do mu imeu larings. be SCHOOL GIRLS AND WOMEN AIDING LIBERTY LOAN roorrlahi in wnn.-i ? i noei rwi i Above are. school children sin^rinu " Xiiicricn" nnd Wftving Iftgl nt. City Hall celebration, marking taa beginning of New Vork'a cam? paign to r?iae Sl.fi K),.1,000. To tha nirlit iin- Mi Elyae Roberl (i n ladder) ftnd Mis Dorothy Kohn pasting up a poater at Fifth Avenue and Thirt) fourth Streel in the aame i a ? -<;* causr we are going to make it fo to buy the obligatiooa of thr govern rrenl thal tha man who haa a 25-centl . an i ave and ull r i onvert .? nto .1 govei i mi I bond. "We are going to ii ..? wjur-aaving eertiflcate l!lv of I i each, and j ou imalate stampi from th" po ' ' mall denonina ... . ?. . . thal boi Ii you gel 84.10 worth, and the govern of the Unrti d States al the end . yaai - will ea h thi i eert for ?.'"' .$200,000,000 Pool To Aid Bond Buyers ? rnor Strong rmai of the ? e of tl ?? l- bi r'v Loan, ? un of a meney pool, of which 2 10,000,000 will imediately available to keep the .-...- r the pei od of I the loan. "In view of the appn aching p"? rmental will bi :-c* . , ' | ? ? . th" eoVn i it prudent to .? ? ? ? large nam ber of thi i 11 i I place at 1 a fund to be loai ? "The committer h:is pledged that a' ? 1, of which ' imme-1 ? availal led." Katha Strau ?ers' Tru-t Companj. lyn. furniahed thi ftrsl ? ..n to tho Ii ? ? i ? I of thj A : i . hind L i m il. rr;;ir ?!. S( ? ? Co. I itfa r\ $1,000,000 order. The Nea ITorh Life l m. ( om ...d Kuhn, Loefa i Co. took tha bloeka of I ?? ? mi bonda, . piece.' 'I h Wall ! ' ' - I P 000,000 :. n Pacific I. Among tha nther purchaaera reported unofficially through the bai k . with the amounta taken, wen Ri iblli 11??n and Steel Company, through varioaa baoka, 11,800,000; I Indu 11 al Savingi Bank, 12 gi Bank, 11,500,000; Merean ? ? , ruat and De| I I ??? i $1,000,000, and Maitland, Coppell 8 Co., through the Bank oi America, $] ,000,000. 11 ii individual af ?250, 000, made by Jol n B. Manning, Wall Street, led ?> cattei ng lial ol BBialler peraonal ?? ponaes, Althoagh no offieial reporl re reci i\ed fiom ? men, it i ? tin ated that, 1 undredi of 1 n the i t.'.ii "baby bonds" were arritten down bj the thronga of m< n and a ? : bank -. depai i al ator other public place where inbaeription blanka were on hand Victor dorawetz, i leadii ? ti flaance, ye I rdaj di ? . ? , ? . ? ? . not onlj ? ... woi ld, bal . ? ? ? . Iv profltable one. |j i Morawi ta po I ? il ".at the exemptioil Of the |.oi:,i '>..m all tn\n tion i acept on inl eril ind 111 tn\ on Incomea, together with their con. ? durii the war, and ? i d eonelu Chiccgo Buycrs Eager; Swlft Co. Heids List CHICAGO, "'". l Swift & Co. ara of Liberty t.. -. 1. ?, drlra a ith the ? 500,000 bloeh. G. A the Sehoeahofen i mpany, annouacad tbe par* '.""ii worth. Min Ruth Law, BTiatrix, sent in n , delivery lattar from Pcorii with aa order for 110,000 in bond there B ? .'. ruflh af -mnller auh tioi thal . ? .., eee* . bondi would have an ,;. ? b< Chicago i rict than the !irs.t one had. > Adele Pankhurst Married to Seaman Daughter of Engliah Militant Leader Is Wed in Australia LOKDON, Oet, I. The marriavte yf ? of Adele I'ankhurst. yauagaal daughl r af Mra. Kmmeline Pankhurst, the Eagliah auffrage leader, to a sea man nam. d VFaleh is reported a i itch from Melboarae. P iBkhurat has taken no p.irt campaign for womnn ?ufTrage for whieh her mother and tv..^ itid Chriatahel, are so ?All. hurat haa been in Au?" ? ...in a promine:.' a| nat eonaeriptioi, ired ifl ? nu.nber of riol mae, i McGIBBON & CO. *n PURE IJNEN HANDKKRCHIEFS MlMtTHING I8J0T EVFKYWHFl.K SOI.D. Kverv Handkrrchief eold in this Store whether it ia 25 eenta or 85.00 each. haw ior fouudntion 1'ure Sheer I nu ii for Women acu pure I.inrn (Inmhric for Men. TaU D1FFKRF..NCF. IN ISF Is IMMF.NSF. fct Kull ?toek? to rhoose from and to ar?#. them will iriaure j purchaac well made, an many of tliene Handkerchief* ? are at ^hefore the Yi ar pricea." i 37th St. West, Near Fifth Ave. ? HtrVVWV,afafVVWWV'J\WJ*arVV%Wa"S Kaiser and Kaiserin Give Gems to Country KV TERD ?M, '?".;. i ? Zeitung .. man Kmperor on I u lart:.- nurabei i . ?? ?; ? i . .-? ? .-.;. arith ir itruc tiom to nae them to diminiah Ger* obligation foreign eoaa* | .? ? relegi aal" wj * :. l.ill i; being prepar.d in Berlin ! the Gei man govi ? ? of the ? from . . all foreigner. ? ol em ployed .ii "war indu ? bill ibly will be enforced within ? War Tax Bill b Adopted by House Without Dispute Goes to Senate To-day and Probably Will Be Ap proved To-morrow Smoot Plans a Fight Leaders Confident There. Will Be No Change in $2,500, 000,000 Measure v. ABHINOTON, Oot I. Thp onfpr ence report on the war tax bill was ,,,?,;,(,by the Houae to-day without a rallaalL It arill ha taken up la taa Senate tO morrow. Senator S.mmons will call up the re Port in thi Baaata, nnd he axpeeta ? to be BdapUd not later than Wfldfll day Senator Smoot and others have. indiaatad that they will ??ha ? Bght on certain features of the report, but. t . u.;l(.,.,l they can MBd It bacK ?o eoBfarenee. eonfidBBt are leaders that thfl ra* portwillha adoptad in 1U pwaaat forra th.t Daraaerntie Uadar K.tchin to night adrlaadDataaerata that thay were at llborty to ga ta their bomaa at will. He expects the laaaiBB to end withifl a wock or ten days. Rapart Not Oppaaad in House Virtaally no oppoaitlon ta tho report appeared in tlie House to-day in the four houn it was uadar diaaaaaloi, Mr. Kitchin explaincd all of Itfl provi ;,. Icagth, BaaaaeratlBi particu larl] the painta on which the Bou ? in eonferenee. Reprefleatative Pordney, of Michtgaa, the raakiag Ra-I publican pjombar <-f the conferrees, added his indorsement. Rapraaafltatira cooper, of Wiseon sin, rooadly critieiaed tha Inereaae in second elaaa aaall rates. Representa tiva Grean, af loara, laaiatad that the bill ahould bava baeu at Leaat $300, 000,000 higher. A doxan othera alao Bpoke. OpiniOfll Btill differ as to the nmoiin* that the bill will raise. Mr. Kitcnin e.timaUd it at $-..'.075,000,000, whlta Treaaury experta beliere It will be ,ii during 'he eemiflg year an'd poaaibly 12,6418,000,000 a year when ia fu!l aparatioB. Few Estimates Differ Offteial eetimata aa prepared by Treasurj experta differ matertally from aatei preriauflly puo* ..;.,. | '?. n b few inaUncea. (n ncoaae tax tota. i i olaced at $861,000,000; exces. prol ti I ?i 000,000,000 netead of $1,110,000,000; . instead of $24,* 000.000, and flrflt c'h->< mail, at $70,* natead of IM,000,00f. ]? .' . ,-, || | of to day'a dehaft Preaident Wilaon waa auoted by Rcp reaentative Coapar, of Wiaeenain, as an authoi ' tl ?? ?"""? ?y?t?n scribcd fer leeahd elaaa mail m tti Vr. Cooper ahae aahad why membera placcd ? greatlr barden on the aawe* . and magaxli aa aad atill held on . . i raa. Publishei -' repra i ntati cea here have v abandoned hope af aealag the new lacoad elai ; aaaa rata ehangi I, though Senator McKt llar ia expeeted to oppose il on the floor_ Villa Captures New Title; Is Now "Hoover of Durango" r'.I. PASO, Tex., Oet, 1. -Francisco Villa, rerolutioalal ai:d bandit, has as sumed the roie of food dictator in the Roaarie diatrlet of the State af Di , Mexico. Villa with a small :'. rce eaptured Roaarie, aocording t<? roaehiag the border to-day, aml aasumed control of tha fluur raill and rca in the eitr. rlc . operating the nalll ar.d is se',1 Ing the ftear to the. poor at half the price, but is making the well-t.. do pay double prieea. All food aappliea alao are beiag aald by \ illa t.? the i i- an> price they can afford to pay. ile i-.as ityled himaalf the "Hoover of I luraaga. fmMn&mon&Co. IIITH AVKM I! Help Us to keep .doini the price ofmerchandise By Eliminating the Returned Goocls Abuse THIS advertisenient is "writton at the request <>f the Commercial Economy Board of the Council of Xa tional Dei'ense. Merchandise bought needleaaly and subsequently returned meami waste, re duced eflBciency, a loai to us, and inevit ably higher prices to you. But This Appeal is Made Primarily in the Xational Inierest, Xot Ours. Waste is at all tiuies deplorable, but at a time like this it is particulnrly re preheosible, because it is inconsisteDt with patriotism. We are not withdrnvvins, the Returued Good* Privilege Use it, but do not abuse it -am Fifth Avenue. 37ili and 38th Streets I Women of Essen Riot Demand Peace, More Food and Return of Their Men Folk LONDON, Oct. 1.--A demonatration Hjrninat the Oeraaaft jrovernment on i Saturday at EeftOB, home of tho Krupp | -.vorka, in con?eriuence of the deciaion : t of Chftaeeller Mlehftella aal to atatel <>rrnnny's pence tern.a. is r r<f>r'ed in an Kxchange Telegrftph diipatch from j Amsterdam. Women forn:?>d n majori*y of th* | Itinorigtratora, hr?aking windows af t.he town hall nnd rhoutinfc dcmar.d<| for more food, for peac? arwl for the' return of their men folk. The police I nnd militnry Brere rnll<-d out to o,nel! I th<j riot. Two women were mjured and sev.-ial arera arrentcd. The arbela y.t^rn is reported to be la a itate of fenaaat. Germans in Ranks Longing for Peace Their Higher Officers, Suppos edly Under Order, Avoid ing Freneh Dangera CANADIAN HB^OQUAaVreafl ?'?' PRANCE, Oet. 1 bj Cftaadiaa Preaa). Report* thnt the rr.nk aad Ita 81 ' enemy troops have a ftreat lonjri.it: for paaca nro eaaflraaed bf avei eaatared. Ono of their ehlef ariev* ? I failure of their hifher of .., - ihe ? iha. Evea eoi cotamftftdera frtelf altow offtcen ol loarer rank to M8BBM 'hcir dal ia la tha treaehea, an<l romaii; from the front. Thi* la ?o differeat from th?' tion* betareea our otficers nnd BM?? it is freely iaapreaaed on the aaii tha Oermans OB every occasion when there ifl hnnd-to-nan.I fightlaff,'in which j our offio-r.-. Lavariably lead their The German oflleera ara bo! aetaated i.\ fear, aad lt nust ba ai an I l .???' obeyingj erdera in l iag baeh. Very arn al German oflleer ela i aarly ia thi may bava paade lt Beeeeaary to eoaaerve lc idera, Grounded Battleship Is Safely Set Afloat AN' ATLANTIC POBT, Oet. 1. The. battleahip ??'' thi United Statea nnvy which areai asrreaad in home aratera or Septembt-r -4 araa ftoated to-day. Th? i raa amooth, ar.d B large Ileet of veaaela pulUd tha ararahip elf at high tide. ADVERTHF.MKM A Superior Mineral Water You would buy Liberty Bondi today, wouldn't JTOU, if you kncw L'ncle Sam couldn't win thr araf without your mourv) Lverybody must help if the w?r is to he wr.n. Do your part, and do it quickly. Liberty Loan Committee Second Feder.l Reterve Dittrict 120 Broadway, New York ,. . . . ? aiica l M The be.t way to ?ave?the be.t way to inve.t?tho te?t of your loyaJty to your Govern? ment i. to BUY LIBERTY BONDb. Lffcerty Loan Ccmmitfee Second Feder.l Reierve Diitrict 120 Broadway, New York W./ar . ' a . 5t^AvFat^6tJ?ST -?ARlS A N?w vORK "Th? Far.S S**0p Of AMtRlCA' Ibe racxroc'ovXfqrowth ajidprc^liac ofulif GJ? tabttf hroent id* (otmded upon tbe cumubiive evperience & tbo well dircctcd cnarqlesofz. perconnel tba.t hew mcN.dc a. life vftudy of [he FinaArt oj?> WomaJivrDrevfx In Funr e^pecially tbeboure^6i55ku) vTt\nd^ pa^r^mount. cxJ-avvTponj'or for all Ihcxt i^r'Richcxnd'Rxrc 'Pre.yentinQ-Onaino.l r^rivf yV\odeb-exact l\eprodactior!.f &nd e.v dus'm Si&ftng Con ception4f-compriv5,ina <\n almoj-t ItmitlCvi's? .yclect i o n-now prevven tcd in their jtve vvell \na sjvloovS, cxnd om br&cinq euerythin^ for pracUcM or '