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jjL E.STTT?3 -- T 'f;,'plcn v PA; 9, iff' tf w .! l? fj m$ fiOAPl DISTRICT perconfidcnce in Victory Influenza Make Re sult Disappointing $UX)0 MAKES PLEA serve Bank Governor Culls ifon People to Meet Emer gency With Money 'Subscription (c this fourth Liberty an In the Philadelphia district total date 157.408 COO. the amount olll- V.X..i . ... .... ..... T , - ;wiany announced m noon ninny u mu rS'Thlrd Federal llcscrve Unnk Th'a total, even with the millions Viady subscribed which have not been hA officially1 recorded. Is far r'Vthe leaders of the cam V h I, . im-riM of the campaign expected below the sum .to realize during urlng the nret few (ias or 1 ' the campaign IJut two factors have ri'lwrlouslv handlcanned the wcrk In the V .'i ..." ... .i.i. ik. -..I. ia i"JwuncniiiR oi cm- nc-n "-"'. ,'i"- 1 rum i. nt ftiniipn7'i nnil tho spirit or .!mic oi inuuenz.1 on i uu i i "' sSinTpto u rTreia" "of Ihe 'ncouraglne reiwrts from abroaii oi ine Wrew of tho war. tar -.. il. - i. ...!. r ii,ni.fv tniin Klforte.Cp;ZM?XltotVT Iwibscrintlon may sere as an Insplra- iH. Jtlon to others" 1 ilen" "J uincis i i ThU mes!aee placing the responsuui- l.rt. hv 'foVThr success of 'the new loan on i tv The American neonlo rather than on the V Js?unt7er worked am t m Score- -. ? umrtr -nurKcrn, "" ,t" wry rfiitiiuu in ariunKUM. . . " ,?- thn, renorts from n over the c i n ry the enemy now Is In p-rll L.slng , the- .-hall lerelvo olllclal notlllcatlon ; 4r, ir S tm nmr Si! II I ho 'o HeWI in coast SI lund the Allies 'rom the .State nepartment of Health AgSrth LlbS? I.?an Is nobelng sub" succeed In forcing their wa, through j to el This notice will bo sent out lf4.J SShid in I. It .hoiil.l be the g-ip between Osteml and !,!' It ' tiin.ugli the Hoard of Health here Kv''And Phlladelnh"" mong the dls- would mean disaster for Hermans and'wlll reach the saloonkeepers some fM rr?ihnt inrtnt.b.ve not nut tho new i:eii if the drive should be stopped time before noon. : rm tracts that to da ehavf .not put Jh'.new . ,,,.., ...,., ijluif,t.1i,ff Saloons of the cltv comt unci the .vt .. nt. c-t-. .u .. .. I. l.ld utnlMnrrir -w- " Lilt rM i-rfi :iiv NiinnH in uii? nuui iihii 'V i- .1.1- ji" rJ. .;i...ii .., 11,. ruin nvfr 'inn inrrsL onires snow im.ii ' A1-V 'ini, .,. h,n virVrsev .nd al'to resist Indefinitely the M.wlntf i i? 'tift, Si1",13' Uth" iiWr Anyh; been ! strength of the Allies In Flanders. S .P-Sft Delaware, only 45,7iE..50 has been " f. 'ubscrlbed. Off "' Passmoro Jlllkrs .Ipnenl l,.Q E PUSey Passmore. gOCrnor Of HlC P r- iFleral ltcervo Hank, has Issued a ,',call ror patriotic duty oi tne ptomo m ; -A rt this Reservo District to meet the cmcr- 4 ..Kency which faces the I.lbtriy Loan cam- ; tt- "The quarantine order of tho Slate and jr,;n, ."n.i'ntinV ,,osUlnns In (hamiingne there Is ir.ison for unusual alarm nnd "( t city authorities, which should and must , vuu reported totla bv Oeneial Pershing Panic, hut laigcly ns u nvittor of na .' be strictly observed, provides a spier Jld in his communique fin Thursday an- , tlonnl defense ' sV onrjortunlty ns well as Imposes a pa- & .ill.!, j.....'.... .., i,iu.i,i!,i in im.l t I? mediately become his or her own solicitor I '.'" and ner&onally and promptly enler their It own Liberty Loan subscription' In the' j . lull amount necessary, nc aum luuaj L u' i"Thls quarantine will necessarily ff'W,f:at'y hamper the volunteer worker In (&"' Obtfttnlng subscriptions, and If every citl- 1 Ii4 bam ...III trn nf nnm tn n l.lh.'rtv Il.in . mi ,. ... ... - -- -v Ff1 Worker In his district and proinjity sub- Pi MLa scribe, he can In this way compete ' V'jrtaU.imvnt tin. nrostteet nf the Influenza -Jk,werqumen.t tI,e l'1!'001 of tne mmenza W ,fU,'mlc uecomlne " enective a., oi , the Germans. fS, .... Il.ol l.r ,,.1. -j.? .1, 11 13 1. I U1MT1IL kllUh 1U( l's"l" -iv t r . ',-"' . ,, .... ." u1I.a tha unPlumrlf. (If IHH PTlHTiniT emergency. When they do. ri..u .. -...- -. ...... I hpllOl e J-,'V 'they will rise to tno occasion nnu uirow j..-.r.T - ... . ... . . .... . .. lv., n..i . ... -- rnH ....,an f Tii,itn,ininh1fi let " ......... . . .... "V, ' get into this campaign in earnest." ' ? .r.AI..Allllil .lAnlfll Ihntl e.ir.IYKSPrS TOT - twwpw.-. --"- - "" . ip new umii, upon iviiuiii ru ihulu .".- nif urst line wouui inovy iorwaru rangcu wuu .Mijuiuni vie-eiai i.eary pends to make it a success, gain any flanking ficrman machine-gun msts nnd to obtain the pse of armories ns hos ftnanclal beneflts from obtaining sub- strong points, while the second and th'rd nltnlir nnd also for Ihi lil.iinont nf &Ucrlptlons. was made today by the dl- rectors of the Retail Mores i ommmee TTMa committee, coinposcd Hlmost vn- ,h,oh. niuiwcv v n Who not only j Urely of IriMirance me ! Site giving thelr-tie. bQt are sacrificing rlW .their Incomes for the success of the drUe, ', Hv f, !t ...;: ,.i,. ,,, i.hinh ihi ,mJ' jfiU'.ft.K',1 TJLZVJ 'h ' ' .1 . 3&Y Sev"eral Individual, have refused to Iho AmeHVans "iVll our 'i'onB-rinw I . make their subscriptions through can- h.avbs began to re nr The fjenn.in gun f-' -rassers because they feel that the volun- positions weie positively drenched with ,1 " teers are gaining some material reward.,'- ,. . , y-? j nd It was miide promptly Americans Launch Drive With French r-.i..i im 1.--. n... Cantlnued troin I ace Oiw .tner .nnsltlnriH nml ilio r.i-rinun. .-v-r. I rv .held their Ue , th. (lcfe , ? jo.iii .it o ,u uuuiivi ui uciiiK uui uu . I. The enemy appears to In- In full tc 'lit norm or the break in the line, thu mane Jlont. The (ierm.ins hail ' Allied patrols June penerateil further ")CI1, '"?", time and care in inaklnu It '.-liaam r-imlir-il frn,.i ,. l.ii. .i, r - as formidable as possible.- Ths sloiies Jr-'Z. 2. i 1.1 V i ' " 0er" r criss-crossed with lines of tntiin- v' Malta seem to he wlthilrunini:. iri..nnnt J6J' There us flBhtlng of the most des- '. .Berate character before the last linn f:$ the Hlndcnburc system was smash- SJ'e. Fresh troops which had not been k7j. in mo earner ncntinc 11010 vrn nmtr. SSi . . i ...i r. ..!.. & uame. i-ruspeci inn, a r-rt' strong enemy position, was taken hy .. .. Atorm. t .-?, An Immense number of Germans jfl,. Was killed during the nghtlnR. Many T T tmnrhnt worn tllrnf1 Intr urninUUn In l trenches wero turned Into shambles in t'ltes time than It takes to tell It. j imi t T,,pl.,n. Vnuln-il'll. ntle.nnnn 1. n r.t r'2Al Mi."h J..1H.UU ...k. itu.iii me- Vit'l ' mans oenverea a terntic countcr-nt- ' tCk against Gouy and Lo Catelet. Un ,l,eonflrmed reports say that they gained ' slightly here hut their ndvantaco was short-lived. New Urltlsh attacks were j ?iai A In progress, its i Prisoners from ten German divisions id forty-one battalions have been can- . v. . ..,-,. . . . lureo. iieBirricniH wnicn cume into tlie, j line from l-landers and Verdun had " . . - " .. . . r.r a...M in.,iitir.i i wenu ""'' f i" Last available air reporti nro to the effect that the advancing British .t'rooiW are six thousand yards beyond i( 'the Beaurevolr line, Stuchlne-gunners & Inr-tra numbers nrn sniil tn hnvn h & La.r??.. "V.7?- fIL5S . I?... t?.0 Burea tnrougn me ureucn in me mn- taburg system aboard motor blisses. lany of these vehicles nre double- ckers which used to run on the t Steit of London. They are able to' saiow me cavairy coHeiy. Fritr. n.mm. hnvn fnuirht dennnntn. LfTL0'118,,0 r, '?,"? mum, ii ...... .v......, .- route from the Argonne along inn Aire (HIsli victory would undoubtedly wuiey useleis except by night. The en avu disastrous results, for back of I eniy's next lino of communication Is B'HIndentMriT line cavalry and othen s would find It easy to advance . Hlro-lfnn . Fktiy direction,. I. By the Associated I'rcss rfci. Oct. -t. Germany Is now swinit In general reserves Into the , pn the St. Quentln front. This ants for the stiffening resistance und also along the German left t, and marks the beginning of tho :. ,i,. , l,,,i L V ... ..... ' (wunstanaing violent counter-at- F-hv the Hinim-. the Allloa win. to make gains. Hah armies 'commanded by Gen- Bynjt and General rtawllnson ue. io press me enemy naru. :1 Peboney. east of St. Quentln. wly pushlh? the German back H the upper Olse Valley. Gen- li.Sethelot Is cotitlnulng his ad iiunii ui j.nviiiia anu hub nuwQ5 urlaoners, by mamng me liermans Ical the whole Alane line from bellee they had been outflanked In force, ir tn Ilerrv.nii.nan. , .a tribute to the skill and courage to Principal Interest Blont the front to .-ut- centers about the operations ot.i bv LiontTHi iiourauti in th f. . . ... . . gnesecioi. ue-cniorreu uy u.e Jicnenu (lOiiruuu lias HUtJ.pUl H8 U IWWf Wftkbl 3 i,t - so? ' x Official Figures on Loan ' hi Philadelphia District Subscription to tlm fourth Mb. 'crty 1-onii officially rcctinlcil In tlm Plill.iilrlphl.i district .iiiionnt to ilntn to $.-.7,108,000. Thli totiil, ml nminreil today by the Third Knl cral Kcswo H.inli, shows u calu of 911,188.8.131.52(1 iliirliic tlio l.iit twenty four hours. Phlliidrlplil.1 lint Htilisrrllicil ?, 807,700 to tho new loan, cnsjini r-uns Ivnnl.-i outsldo of this city S17,r.a?,Cd0, southern New Jersey $n,IOO,H(IO and Dclawiiro $8fi8730. Anion;; tlm l.irco miliscrlptlwis nunniiueed today uere: North Philadelphia Trust Com pany, $.100,000. Whitney A. Krininrrrr, $1.10,000. Colonel James Kherson, Jr., $100,000. William Sellers Co.. $100.(IO). slv miles of Vouilers Junrtlnn. u l.ise f Krcat Importance, ami is twenty- five miles fiom tho groat rallro'uls cunnectlnir the Uermiin nrmy win: .,,,.. ,, , llIlln ,,,,,., estuh. the uermiin nnuy witn ,,,, . - ,...,. ,...' ,., ll""ln:ii ill ii.iu'i uiiki , . 1111:14 --,i,, v.. eventual Junction with the Amci leans on I ,,, ,,..., ...-,- J .,,,,. ........ 1 -i . Jc ""a 1111111:11 untHncr -uu in iu- ..,- rlM- ,i, ,i imW X ucuer sun arc inu ivsuus .uhhk U"-' northern se-tois of the ! ittlt-! frnni Thu jrmnM ii'lron! n ir n Mxrntoon-mllo lino .in tho Armeniler, section, was ucce'ierated yosto dav UU tho Allies hot upon Ills trail, inu enemy biic uji .inioniiuies uiiu ( ." - ., i , , l.ens, tho gicat eo.il lty. without n bottled liquors over he bar havo been blow. Ho Is now well east of those, tabooed as a check to bootlegghiB. two cities and tho mining rcg on of A majority of tho saloons opened ih.fi.n.,.. t mmtAiii .i Inq t-mml hs mnrnlnir nml thf owners 4" '."...." "".iV .. .i. i. - -- , r . . ::. . .: no iloulit realises it will lie dlllKult rjf I ,V"" lfn."V"l' ir1r . ,"I'J """'l lll, PERSUING REPORTS - i ;j.. ,;, i,,,lr;nll,,J 1rn,. I I iikIiIiikIiiii, Oct 4 Caiiture of liliine nounclng gains nv tin- American foieis , t'Bhtlng with the French ,,,,, ,.,,,, ! ,iiti.iwL.! uijfuwo CT FAU nilT HnrilFS .LLAli UUl HUL.I11.Z) , Hllh tlif Aiiierleuim In ChiiinpiiKiir, . Oct 4 I X S ) The new Amer- lean anil irencn assaun in i-n.impagne, ulilnh nl.,.l n.trl,l tti.i lilitfaii'mi rim. I , nlng due north from Kninme-Py, 'through sparse woods At the same time h llrUsUre was directed westward t, ,v iru -.st l:tlonn(, (thr,,,, mMc,s ,,, (lf il Knmme-I'v.Attlcnv licimcl. nrnr1 i.i.!,. ;i. lllo., lol,.....l.l ...i. .,. ' l lilV.ll illWIlL lllllill n Uk(l-( U 1 llll. IUI' - , ,, i i .- UP il hi (I I illlllll llL't ti;U!l-. -,,.. ,. .i,t. .1,1.. , ... i,i ixi uj'li huip ic imiij "iiiiuvtu mere, uui there, but manv of them were nocked gu, ,;y le Amerlcnn ,mb.irdnunt Miienuaus narrage urc wnicn the American asb.iult vesler- . ---: ., , . ,,., - (1 iv smashed all lesistance Where ma- phinn dinners were encountered the AiplcgS "y IdiS rt:, i a .... ,uu,i .1 KUIIIi; IOriiril liy HieilllS ll IIIIIllIllllUll. lln,,fo"wfll'p,l)n,', ."'',, ,,. ...,. hv n,.. niniianeH. but n, spUe uT thtBM ohitaiMCH the airmen made a new reiferil in rpeulatinir lln .irtilUrv . .l ;.. : ... -. -' fire . The gunrers kept a consiant wave ?fln',J,'"SI.,,e11'' '" front ,,f ,hu nd- dancing ranks , "e2n ''"tterle.s west of .Suimies laid the IiocIhh' positions north t.f llhelms KollimlnB the lolenl drumfire ulileh lirceikil tho Infantry iidwineu the Amer le.in'i put out ii th Irk smoke sen-en which cloaked their movenu-nt" Sieral batteries if llirmin fk-hl Runs and nunieroiii machine kuiis weit- in- elmleil among? the booty t-ame of the German niRchlne Runners ,)ut U, stolt rf.sstam.e. but Iho Amcrl- cans, with fixed bayonets, swarmed over .he J''ne-un nejjw. steel There was :i sawice strnecle arminil Tho American jrunners turned loose a stirm of shells iieninst tlie (Jerman no - sltlo at"' ,11 "a 1,!i,"llf'1,1! ,,,1,t''- rro; Jectlles of heavy caliber literal;- rained n.. , ,, .-...,. . ,, ,.,.. hillrik. sendlnir up creat Keysvrs of mrth and rocks and bits of w)re. When thn cannon cased the Infantry sunlit un thp slnnes and beiran roiinilinir ul' the atrmans from caes on tho re - verse slopes Til f)CK FClF1 ItnilTV . V -4 KJ M V ., IN THE ARGONNE. Hy the Anociatcd Prea l'remh llrmlniinrtrrs In I'miirr, Oct. wun me progress ot inn Allies nlong .!"' ont from ,nc, A'f.n? to 'V M"'!e the Germans niu dnljy becoming more alarmed over their situation In centrnl ... nta chimpagnc between Ithelms nn,l Moron- -MMM.U-ill.l'L vinr. hir.i,t aii itm onnmv- imnn. .. ,.. , . , ..., ....,-'.. wini.li hum! Huiir-iiii-u ill mis iiailieneiil belong to good illusions nnd have foucht with the utmost tenacity The sole ex. ' eeption to this rulo was the Sixteenth ,I,,ta,nla'J,J)lvlS ?"i , Sl'l' nr.M?nr.wltl1" drawn after a single day s fighting. . Non but first-class trooiis nro of nny ,i0 .,, tv... ninn. uiir n,i .v,o ' Armnm-. bpcnusn Ihn Oormnns rnnnnt nbnndon ground there without tho great- est rlBk Allied forces are dally Hearing the lateral ralluayn which permit the , -.-"' ." "" ..-.-- lo point, nuring me lasi iwo nays me a.nce of. the. Allies has made the twelve miles to tne norm 1 in this sector hwuer. tho Allies hae to deal with the German Crown Prince, who does not desire to glvo the order to retreat. POILU CAPTURES BATTERY I'roncli boliucr With Kille Wipes Out German Gronn ... ,, . ., . ,. .. . .. . . , ... . ... . rwnrll iimiiqinnrr. in I ruiici-, wti. i, iian.l .Inn rn 11,1'h Drmv Vintl n,t,l flllll -.-...- , ; ' :r "r , has the hardest task of all the I-rench ' armies. Innumerable feats of Individual courage' are recorded. One French oldler with an automatic rifle captured complete German field gun battery. .. .. . ..,... ....i.i i... ' c?r. J hi Ti th. IZ ' """'..fj1'' B,l lJLh,K5eS,'v. - ' wltn automatic rifles took a trench with an adversary was glen In the last few y "."imii 7 . SSenVh m" '" ""w " " "" peri ynu ae fought magnificently You u '11 be In my auntry by Christmas. Aa a soldier 1 BongratuUte you." AN IL IIII IIII'l it'lilll in iiip tiriH.'""" .? ....- t. GRIP SPdBES INFANTS; DR. KRUSEN DECLARES While Malatly Attacks Adults Ruthlessly, No Patient Under Ono Yvar if Age lias lleen Reported to tho Health Devartment No alarm need bo Mi for tho safety of Infants iltirlnir the Influenza epidemic. (That us the comfortltiR advice Riven ! today to tins of thousands of parents In 'this city by Director Krusen, of thu I)e ipartment nf Health and Cliarltks. At the same time. Doctor Krusen ni'l Ulseil Iminedlntii Hurrender on the part I of adults In vthoin Influenza symptoms lll'M'lop I "When ou're IlKhtltiK tho Huns, lecp Ion IlKhtlnK," wild tho health director, "hut In fluhtltiK Inlluinz.i It Is best to 'surrender at once do to bed, liac a j doctor summoned, and stay In bed until joti are well " I The tell'tale symptoms of the dlmntfo , which Is nweephiK through cities and NO LIQUOR SALES AFTER i miliiuril from IMBo line "livery saloonkceprr, however, he ,..,. i ,, i,, ,l, i,ii i,i,i. .-"j ....... .......v. . ....... ..... ,,...... ..v...... As iliev lutvo aliiudv emonstratoil n their patr.ot.c ohedlcneo to war mens- ,"",''" ,,,,,,.'. ., i , plnlnt, will follow out the orders from 11 11 riMiiui . 0" h-'u' Vf'.Ulf nin'tH oVV.uioWi'.l for the mu-or naif pints or liquor will iiiiMi'pini.iiimurinuiuHL , 1,-nr e.i'. ml mnn 14 .nto nr ,r.ll tlm.. wnillil mm in iitmil until ,. . itii. i . i i ,., ..... .. ., .,. ........ ., ... jiiri'inciion ol mo nuiic, n nicy -ue licensed dlreitly by the courts, which re count Institutions. ii..mi,i,. oiinnnu. nil .ilin.nims mn. tlon pletuio shows, d.incp halls and nll.nr ..ln,.,,o f r,.,n,i-nmnl nnrt ii.l.ll,. ,.iHI,nrlnn- 'nnm.. under thn Stnto Iin. Schools uud churches ale not affected outsldo of Philadelphia.. Here, how- over, they nil on- closed. This sweeping quarantine older was 1SNUCU. 11 IS IIOIIllCU UUl. IlUl Ut'CUllNf Vnr Indilstrlis, which have been seilotislv liamnered becnuso of the dls- "ise. must be kept runnng to supply ",. ..,:. :;:.';;..,"'", , . npini in iiu ' in-rii nil it-nvu uini uir dlsnse has thie.itened to cripple tho plllr(i war mnnufncturo jirogram. rive ndilltlonal deaths were leported n (iloucester tod.iv . making n total of twentj eleht New cases number lftn T, ,, i,niiKii Is helni? used '"" ' lu cll 111 I' IIOUSO 1H lllliq, USUI i',s' nusim.u. The disease s spreading among ' shinworkers nnd others in war Indus- t ,,-, , , nlotlC(,strr ,,trlct rr. ii.. .i. t.. .. IWflll .-mill 11 1-1 ..lll.l UlI'lllV, A .Tones nhipyjirtl workern nro 111 and - " . . ... nor com nr tno omwioves oi no .Now Yoi k shipyard aio sick - . - - - Physicians sas tho epidemic has not reached its height here. .and nil .n.it i ..., n...i ..i. ..n....,innt 111,'llll.MI, 11111-tlllK ,IIU 1 11 1.1 lll.lt i I, ill. 1 1 .. ... ...... .. . i.n, -i resources in uie fi.ue u.e liiuimii'i-ii tor the fight against it. Ulilln r,n,Mllul,. f?l nr l.nu o r . ,.... v.i.......o...w.il. i.;.i ..... ..,- tentnge-frnm tho State, arsenal i liould that become ncccssar; IlrTtl tn PrpJiirp Npiv Waril 'rlu " ' rPlMrp cu anis 'Piio ... linrnoii t irAnw u the city Lureaii or Hcalt,. has nK0'-' m'l'ealed to hospitals to pre- pare new wards or to erect temporary luildlhgs to care for p-itlt ts The ?,'W?inM,Urovnr,,,nPhrS '"! 'T ", " '",f ,fLeerc;,t, ' m '.", ls .ry-. nn' ,hn1t """'"'al letliwls ",ultJ?..cmPL0,',, '" Prov-'nt u high Classes of the Philadelphia Collcse of l'hnrtnncy have lieoii HUspeniled to permit tho uso of all students in drug stores, where tho rush for piesciip tlons Is unusually large. Liberty I.0111 woikeis will contlnuo their outdoor meetings and booths will he erected in all puts of the city to receive suhscilptions. No Indoor meet ing will he permitted OSTEOPATHS CALL OFF ANTI-INFLUENZA MEET Discussions' of ways and means to combat the Influenza epidemic could not 1 bo held last nlcht because of the lnflu- I enza ,-pldemlc ' cnza Piienuc. ,,, .-i.i.,,n ..unci) m i mirtui-i- i , , . , , ., . , , . , 1 P"'a w,,a l" ""' "ut "' lno Aiieipnia I Hotel t' consider prexentlve means. I Whpii Hip tn.ml,i rs nltmit inn in num. . ir many of whom camo from outside ()f tl)e clty nrrlvei, llt lhe ll0,eli ,hey t i ... t-.. .. i j icai utrti nidi jjocuji- nrupen nail nruerpu ' iiiimllnrra In rilt hntcla nml ilnl.n nun. iiis.vati.i-ju nt a( uiiivin unu LlUUtl V t(l ctled. STRICKEN WHILE ATTENDING PATIENTS Dr John A Kolmer, professor of pathology and bacteriology at thn Uni versity of Pennsylvania while conduct ing nn Investigation on influenza nt his .,... ,n . lihll-iilpliiliU ltr,ltnl I :ll.?r?.t",1V J" i'f..1.""" IrJL'l'i? IL".',',',", ",'" 'Z 'i"" "9Vf o' 7n "St ",1?r"'"; J,,""", ' '"'" Ko : imer has been engnged In lllll.l' w.s.ti:ii mai.i: iCAlU'n.S'Tnas nnte( on iontruitlnn ork idl io . iiarrett iii.is snth nnil irn;i Y-mAn'ment'ofti"1'' A",,ly neare"' " LAlioitKltS wuntr-d nn con-itrurilim wnrk (llll t Co I I.i ml l lll.l flilth nnil lino's Ferry om Mr DonjM Apply nearest l' H Kmnlinmr-nl Offlr J1AN nml wlfp will clorntlre work of amsll family no humlry 1'hnne Anlmoro -li-or wrltw lo i.1ii 'Hlpv ropil. Anlinnri- iir.i.i' w nti:i riiMAu; M'KHKltv lioVKHNKHH for mnll rhlldrm I'Ikoio Arilmciro riij or write 130 Valley rosil, Arrimnre HnlTHKMAID nantul. family of II molher'a hfllH-r mployfd; tin ner month IBl W. Hnrlniitlrlil mi . chftnut Hill. JIllUdKWUIllv Wunlptl. tn.rl,nM irlrl for houiwworki muil be booU cooki hlaliext waat-a, reference renulred, Jenklntown. near nam a nq ironey i- ins linrrr on Ire. . HOUHKWOUK Colored girl. duwnstalri work: (rood nay. Apply 3t,.'T N. 21"t. I'hona z-" ..- --. Jull pre.a fi-iHlera wanted on fold, paper hii. Ilroirn ft Ilalley Co. l(l N. Franklin. I.KDOBIl Ct.KItK. eprleneed, to work on branch ledaera In emirntial Induatryl aood alary, ahort hour. 1 o'clock Saturday: atata rxi-rlence and aalary wanted. I' 001, Lediar tinier-. SIUT1 IfclfH IIKI.I'EH. s chllilreni fair sal- aryi Inquire AfrJ Ware, Akron Tiro Co., 010 iUrk-t t, Mll.TI(ml'll uT-KHATOIl youna lady, with aomo eiperlenea und willing lo oner ate printing Ink attachment. Apply Ulllott- i-wr,-, aiivim ru, mil iiare mi Nt'llHi:. practical, tact anil grtnllrnl-na re- quired. Iq act aa nur and companion to elderly ladyi re.lileme. PhUldelphlai aalary, im nr month Kjiii I-iIkit Central. 'MJIt.s'B -llatiy'a nurae. white, wantedi com- latent must hava eood refa. : ad waaea rail City Line Overbrook llverbk. BK.1 W, !vt?tii' uitn d,iitu h.sn..i .....i.....t - " V, Vfleriv'UTi" Vrmlnt'. fon r.ii I Hateniat aji-rnimn .." e-enin-a -.'in 4ih l0tUer tla.illed Ada ou 1'asaa II and tf cains are pains In the head and chert, ami sometimes In tho limbs, a cough, thills and smozlng. Doctor KruH.'n, In commenting on the liability of children to tho disease, said ha has heard of no cases under ono year of aire. Ho recommended Jhat parents of very small children keeijrtiicm out nf trolley cars and otliyr public con veyance. The history of Influenza,, the Director said, shows that tho course of an (pldrinlc usually runs. from four to six ucr&i. The first Case In the t'nlted Stales developed In llostoii on August 28, and thu epidemic In that city Is mm at Its crest The pcrlu.il of Incubation for the Influen7,i bacilli, he said, )s from eighteen to forty-light hours. 7 TONIGHT IS GRIP RULE tho pnparatlnn of serums of various kinds for use In the army training camps and Is we'l known as an 'nvcstl gntor and medlcnl author GLOUCESTER GETS GRIP-EIGHT AIDES Gloucester took Heps today to care for the Spanish Influenza patients who have for the last two days suffered from lack of medical attention nnd drugs Dr tleorge M Adams, of Wlldwood, and Dr George .1 Italston, of Atlantic t'lt. came t jilav to help fight the epi demic After a survey of the situation, Dr D (' llnwili. chief of the Hure.iu of l-oc-il I It--ill h Administration of New tersev whed the lied Cross In Washing ton nBu'tul slv nuisis nitd three doctors. Lack of drugs and tho shoitage of phjslclans has caused many tombing scenes. Many women and children have cried when they wcio turned away. The epidemic Is seriously nffectlng work In the shlpvnnls nnd In war In dustries IWDD COMPANY TAKES GRIP PRECAUTIONS In an effort t" cheek the spread" of In. fluenr.i among Hie innn or workers art. tne plant or uu : ! niuiii Mnnufnctiir Ing Poiniiam Twenty-fifth street and Hunting Pnrk -iTetiur. a rpecliil nuim has been engaged lo f Hit the home- of employes whoso relatives are afllleted with the disease She sees to the com forl uf the patient nnd gives ndilce ns to how to pioteet tho other members of the family consumed b the emploes at the plant.,1" nrod of BcttllK " Pence proposal Gallons or DoIiciih solution nre being dally as a mouth wah and noe spray "in, ii.nr i,,-,-1 1 uir ii ui I I'll ly u e 11 I urice Dr H II .McllMiln. head of the wel fare departmuit and Miss A L Kite, chief nurse are directing u corps of nurses In examining workers who dis play the slightest svmptom of the d's ease All discovered to he Infected, how ever mildly, are sent home Immediately Doctor McllMiln and the nurser vviir gauze masks while ut work In the ills l)enar.v MORE SOUP KITCHENS WILL BE OPENED TODAY More soup kitchen will bo opened to day Tvvo kltchins established yesterday by the Hmergency Aid, through the homo relief division, proved so successful that Mrs John C. Oroome. tho chalrmnn, and her associates will broaden their field other kitchens will start today as follows: . ."o 1130 North Second street, south east corner Twenty-fourth nnd Wharton streets, 2624 Kensington avenue, 4109 Germantown avenue, 1(101 Kront street, Klfty-second street nnd Lancaster uvo nue and liGOl Lombard street. FREE MEDICINE FOR tTUVT I1VWT i n ITirni'nc nno from Tur'ey that will sae somc lNVHJLlAA PA1 1 EN I S.tMne of Turl-ey It Is probably this Police surgeons In the districts cov ered by the Second and Christian streets, the Moyamenslng acnun and Dickinson street, the Seenth and Carpenter streets nnd the Kourth street und Knyder ave nue stations hae been given the follow, lug orders by Director Wilson: "The volunteer physicians will bring to your stations prescriptions for pa tlents who cannot afford to pay for them. These prescriptions will be marked Emergency Kuch prescriptions will be Ailed out nt the following drug stores which do city work nnd tho medicine will be delivered by the police to the patient. "Prescriptions for patients residing in tho Second and Thirty-third Districts will ne uiKcn 10 me urug store or Is, fluff, southwest corner of Thirteenth nnd Fltzwater streits; for persons residing In the Twenty-llfth Police District, tn Iho drug store of Sam Union, northeast corner of Fourth and Dickinson streets. nnu iur ii.iiifiiis riiii!iK in mo l niriy Kfventh Police District, to the ilruir storn of George Slonlnsky, 730 Moyamenslng nviiiue " CAMDEN POOLROOMS AND HALLS CLOSED Poohooms nnd dance halls In Camden wero ordered closed today Saloons re main open, hut patrons nro not per mitted to congiegate. Fifty deaths have been reported In the last twenty-four hours. There are 1(1,000 cases of Influenza In Camden County. 12,000 of them being hv the cltv, and Dr It. It. Davis, president of the Hoard of Health, an nounced today that uiluntecr nurses and physicians from other towns are greatly needed. All physicians are working from eighteen to twenty hours' a dnv, and long lines of patients wait In their otllces for attention Pipeless Furnaces Tubular HeatinB&Ventilatin(r Co. 232 Quarry Street 4 MINUTE MEN Who wish lo Imnrovo their anil Ity a Public Hp'kiri and cut. "at" .i-lfuri-r Idrna and a better Mrmnry, Imlnallnn, ale., fhoulrt phono Spruce 3J18 for lniormntlon inncernlna a couraa at Nff ColkBC. 1730 Chestnut ft. Day und llvenlna Claaaea. I lalo Inatruetlon If dealred. Hoth exe. Vlaltora AVelcoma, THE LAST WORD IN MOTOR CONSTRUCTION The Matter Car For immediate delivery. Choice of colors. IB3T CHESTNUT STMTr m'TtdnB UTUlll aijus TO GRIP'S WOES Many Suffer Pi'biii Lack gf I Good Food and I Supplies ONE DOUBLE FUNERAL Wife and Daughter of Police Sergeant Are Laid to Rest Scores of funerals of Influenza vic tims were held today, nnd In many In stances poverty has added to tho suf fering of the bt rrnwd The doul lc funeral of .Mis Helen Mc Gbwnn nnd her rentecn-)enr-old dnughter Heieli, who dlul on Tuesday at their home, 143 South Twenty-fourth otrcet, tookqilnce toda.i Fle other chll ,1,.n ,.P l.n .....1,.. ...,l, ,.. .1.- H.I.. ..I .1. .., I .il... ...... ...in i' l'1 '" . , ""' "no ineir V.,l,e': ,"'"."" Gownn conliiiclcd the dlsmse while help !ng to nurse her daughter Another nuirtvr to duty was Mary Louise Codey, wht dlo dearl toda at her homo, 404 West Chclteii nenue Her sister Agnes died last Saturday, and on the following day Mary Codey, who had snent many houts by the bedside of j ner relative, was nitacKe n tne niniauj Her funeral will t'ike placi on Mi ndnj The sisters were the il.iughlers of .lames I. Codey, whose son Plunks died fif teen j ears ago todn Cj 'Heal'zlng that many prrsons neie d lng for lack of medical u'ttentloii, Dr Samuel J Nlcht Ison. of 3159 llclgiade Mreet, who letlnnl fiom prnitke twen-ty-flvo years ago, rtsumed work again today and attendid a largo number of sufferers In his nelghboihood Kaiser Preparing to Submit Offer II) CLINTON W. (JILHKKT f'enllnuril fnim Pane line and the Ueichstng will have to bo made, supreme with Prince Max as Its servant. Ccrtnln liiiirled steps In this direction will probablj be taken hur ried becnuso (lormanv Is ilespeintelv .'"" i.iv- .u,,., .... ,....."...... .. Peace inoposnl sponsored by tint charming parlor Socialist, that .lames (linham Phelps Stokes of Germany, Pilnco Max, nnd that conservative So cialist, Scheideman. It is taken for granted that the re form of the Prussian electmnl system will now bo piomptly adopted Opin ions differ ns to Just what moie Ger many will do tovvaul making her Gov ernment responsible, but In view of the Kaiser's words It ls safe to pre dict that something more will be done. And perhaps much inn ho done; for, although Geimunv knows now Unit President Wilson does not Insist upon uny change in thn Imperial Gevoin ment iih u condition of peace, she may think her clinging lo Alsace-Lori nine nnd her proposal of International repa ration of destroved teirltoiy will bo more ncceptnble If sho sets her own house In order than otherwise And to the Industrial Intel osts of Gmmanv the lion of Lorialne nnd freedom fiom n big burden of Indemnity nre more important than an autocratic Constl tutloti. Knes Mn; Jiiln In Oirrlnre J With the proposal that will come from i-rinee Max there will prnbablv bo cor related u proposal from Austria that Is calculated to saxe tho duel emplro and is holding iii Turkey's surrender. The (Vtitral combination wants In s.ivn iih much out of the wreck ns possible. For reasons gien in th's coirespondcnce a few days ago Gel many can hardly ask peace heroic Its allies and apart from them They mny go through the motion of deserting her Sho cannot desert them. Desertion would bo tho end of her hegemony. With autonomy for Alsace-Lorraine will proljubly go some kind of autonomy for tlie subject Slavs and for the Christian lctlmrf of Tur key. It la tho habit here tn speak of peace proposals fiom Germany ns "danger ous." This springs fiom the conscious. nesL- that anything short of a peace en- Your Fall $( ?,5 suit Made To Order Ileal $10 Value W Ii) take rliiintcM with ready - nuldea? Our Clnihrn nrr made of flnrtl woolen nnil lipst trimmings, n b s n. lute III iilinio nil, GOODFRIEND 37" X. 3th Street ROCKVAR tVfind 1'lnltli for rnnr nnd All Interior ir.e orie,;,rr".$3.25C",$1.00, i"i;reV $5.00 "'-$ 1. 40 ,- 'ltncUlii-tre (to cn riu. Vnrnlih "HorklUNtre1 vjkJJI OuUIile sso8"1 Varnl-il "f.A.tl." lllantlo l'loor flo ffBa. Vnrnii.li iDJ.UVI l;liiatle Mmr VnrnUli . Iimlde Cnpul VurnUh . "Ciimhrldse" $4.50R'" Co en (! Iliaik $2'.00B'" $4.40 "" Viiriibili "Superior" Mn. Oil .Mixed Tninta.. "C, I. A, 1," .MUed Jo 7C Cl. l'nlnta (DO. I O WIMIOW UI.AHN, IIHUSIIKK, j;tc. C. A. G1LLINGHAM Dili and Mnrrla und l'uinyunkAir. XUt und tilinrton fta. Ktorea Clo.o Knlly nt 6t30 II uicmnson ms CVERY advertiser ' should read the mes sage of Hon. William B. Colver, Chairman Federal Trade Commission. We will be glad to send you a copy of it. HERBERT M. MORRIS Advertising Agency Every Phase of Salet Promotion 400 Chi.taut Street, Philadelphia t i.i . . . ... , i ....... ' '"..- .i.i win uuer win ue ii mimi t Mir.nn. .' ,'"l"K1"11 '" h'B, "''"" dangerous proposal lu the sense that It to nlleOale the r stiff, ring S. nke was! , ,)C (lormn.i-iiir.ile peace, and It conduc cd by the Ilex. lMt.icr blood, of , ,,p , mi(.uli ,nBk f(ir jIr w. ft. IMtrlcks Chuuh. at Hie .Mc..nwnnwm , ,lolJ 0 All.s , rcJectlon home. Sisters of SI. Joseph s I otn. nt j lf no feP, (Iull ,,,, nol nccomI)1Il!h attended the funeral, anil alfo held a tll0 cn,,H for n,ch A,ncrlca ,t, KllllnK f.hort strvlco In the convent Mrs Mo- , riSrvJ!iw.:ri ' s t ;9P WUUnUMJ ll AL.11U1N Tliomns J. McGnrrigle, 4217 Norlli Sjilcnliam street, on Pershing's casualty litt forced by a milllnry decision will bo nlmost certain to leave Germany In n pos'llon to menace the future of tho iiiemocrallc world. Such a peaso as .inmhn...iin .....t.r u..ni. .. ..M.n Prince Max will offer will be it most ANOTHER SOCIALIST IN NEW CABINET Amsterdam, Oct. 4. Deputies Groeber, Centrist, and Schcld rninun, majority Social-Democrat, have been appointed secretin Ich of State w Ithout portfolios. Prince Maximilian of Hadcn has been appointed German Chancellor, says an official annbuncement from Berlin. The otllclnl statement adds that Pilnco Ma. Inilllnn also has been named Prussian Foreign Secretary. He will announce his program at a full meeting of the Helchstag, October 5 Deputies Groeber rtnd Scheldemann probably havo been nppolntcd secre taries In the Imperial cabinet. Adolf Groeber Is one of the leaders of the Centrist party tn the Helchstag. Ile cently before the main committee of the Helchstag he criticized the Govern ment nnd attacked Count von Hertllng, tho lender of the Centrists. In the Helchstag In Marph, 1918, he defended Germany's methods of making peace with Husla nt Ilrest-Lltovsk. Phlllpp Scheldemann is vice president or tho Helchstag nnil tho leader of the majority Social Democrats. He. with his wing of tlfe pirty. while nominally op. Vosing some of tho Government's war policies, has swung to the Government's aid whemver the German nrms seemed to be In tho ascendant. This was nota bly the case when, after the patsnge of the "no annexations" und "no Indent rltles" resolution of July, 191", the ma jority Socialists ncnulesccd In the nego tiations of the notorious Ilrest-Lltovsk trenty after Hussla had been crushed, Although nn thing but nn International Socialist In practice, he has been active through International Socialist agencies In efforts to aid German's muse hy helping her peace offensives as much if possible. Ho has been called a. tool of the pan-Germans. The bfllclnl title of the Chancellor Is president of tho Prussian council of ministers, Prussian minister of State, Prussian minister nf foreign nrfalrs and Imperial Chancellor. The Prlnco huc- Lceeds Count von Hertllng, who was up- pointed Chancellor Inst November 3 111 succession to Dr. Oeorg Mlohadls, - Store Hours 10 A. M. x 7f 7-5 I -fin You will bo surprised tomorrow to see what fetching Georgette and crepe de Chine Blouses you can buy at these prices. Tucks, b'cadlng, laces and embroidery are used to delightful effect, and the quality of the materials is a most attractlvo feature. In all shades. Suit Blouses 6.85-7.50-9.85 The epitome of style and valuo Is realized in these blouse creations, whose combination of suit shades and contrasting hues, beaded and embroidery effects und design of cut char acterize them as charming and exclusive. ' Blauner's Main Floor ?m FN Uniontown Sends Eight Di vision Head Appeals for More Workers r In responso to tho cjll sent out by the Amerlcnn lied Cros, Uniontown, Penn sylvania, has Bent eight nurses hero to help relievo tho strain on hospital nnd nursing resources dunng the Influenza epidemic. Mrs. (lowing, wife of Dr. Krcd (lowing, head Of tho Girls' High School, has vol itntccrcd her services as n trained nurse for the durntlon of the epidemic. Mrs. aovvlng, who followed the profession of nursing before her marriage, Is giving her entire tlrne. Several other married trained nurses havo been placed by the Hed Cross. In an effort to mobilize nil nursing re sources In this division, tho American Hed Cross has sent the following tele gram to all chapters: "Wo havo been requested by the Na tional llurrau of Health to mobilize, and have nvnllnbln all nursing resources to prevent spread of Influenza epidemic. All chapters, therefore, urc directed to put an urgent appeal In local prflss asking nil graduate nurses, undergraduates and N N..ll Annrliii191fl MnJ.l Also atenu tor Nntlt'a cattnttd water . wavlnc rnmb. Before you nave vour tmlr waved roniult C. LUCKER, Hairdrener Thone lirust STCJ IIH Nllt Til tITn ladies7 Suits and Coats DIRECT FROM MAKER W Hell n Hlnale (larment nt Vtliolenalo I'rlres SUITS $1 e.oo & COATS 1,up 2d Floor Location Nium You flO to Sift on lour (larment, H. B. 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Priced 6.50-10.00. maimer's Third Floor New and Lovely Blouses 3.96 and 4.94 833-35 Market Street i.- VedtmtW. srvtees, 4Mt u,ii.a win I.V nat,i wlin 'needed ftl '.tho rnte of $75 per month with lllMf for graduate nursen, ana jrom o i $B0 for other. Chnpters should not i sign nurses without consultation with division director of nursing they should mobilize In two classes, one for servlco In hometown onlyi tho other for service wherever there ls need In the division. Where possible they should form groups , of five composed of one graduate nursa In charge nnd four practical nurses or aides. 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