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fW- i -- V. : -F- Y. K VI h ' wr 'i. L i ft I W ! ' I Firf. i si Sfj ",'rft P t ?i f;V 1 rdf j.' n 1 fe-'n t.-f '- r5i i 4 : feSM 'Jr'i ms r "1 ,1 I . f J- ' A H-. 'OT.' . ,".V"-I 4 -3.S-A A I J4k.j - f. '.rZ. " k :cr fc$ ; ' l'21. X h'1 'iC atattaNMil ktf0 rDITI "A 111 1 1 Illl ."'J UAM. H k wrn a-WTrn"i l T VtAVVk PHVvll I AM OriJLO I il 1 UlvlilL 1 - O LulUSC lor bO llUCll Alarm, Medical Man Contends fc TJ1 K HPTT Tl A TIT" Vi f TTTtr faAXa 1UU,U 1K,yJ i,1" S,1 & Declares Mortality Compared .s- - .. t te. With Accurate iNuiiincr ot Of . , P Cases Is LOW The actual mortnllly rale from in fluehzn Is only about one-hnlf of 1 per cent, nccordlng to Dr John W. Croskcy, , ' ., - - i .' t president of the Wot l'hllodelprrn Mid- leal Association, who, with other ph si - J clan or that locality, has begun an "anti-scare" campaign directed nsalrmt the growlni? nlartn caued by the epl- ttm r(?nch Its penk b. .Monday at Clamp's aemc j shipyards About 20 per cmt of the . . . .. . . force of llildwln I.ocomotlc Works arc Doctor Croskey, ho Is lltliiR siir-1 '",. , geon at the Philadelphia Ccneml llos-j " pltal. declared today there Is little cause ' s ,' ,, .... i.ii.,- i iht. The ep ilemle has poitptmd n thne- for the widespread alarm CTlstluR In this, Ibv cun'r, rt n.,, f ,tomnn , ,nd.istry city. which was to luo been held In the "Auto-MJKRestlon has much to do with llelleuii-Strn' ford net Thursd.i). Kii .1 . . .. ......... i.. i.. d.u and S.itunlay. inepmmnmpiiiraimMiM,iri.M,,. of Philadelphia,' he s ltd "While I don't nay that auto-siiKKCstlon will cause In- Pp fluenxa. or pneumonli tho power of auto-suKRcstlon 1 prett well cstiunisii cd. It makes people of low lt.illty op clally liable to dls..at Not rroper Oe.itli I'rrient ine "Ihnlclans, overburdi ned with calls from lntluensa patients, are aliholutely unnhl to renort exery ca-e roinhiR to j i , their attention What does that iK. nlfyT It means tnat tne reporieii rarn I'j. -v re far below- tno nciuai minuter ol " , ,, cases, anil mm penpie, lai.itiu me --- ( tlir- student arniv tr.ilnlnt; coips were ported di.ith rate, compaio It with " , 10t nrrocloil ti the closlnr? edict total of repotted casts and jump to the Twt-it students m the .lental school conclusion Hut tho dls.ae Is nryy tIll. i-iurHity f lMmmlwinln nre deadly ,1)1110111 to be nlTectitl with the ills-' "Just the opposite is the truth Tin re cn,p Th(, aetlUx rhoo his been cluscd nre, I bel!ec. thou.irds of unreported iT fr.,ternitv houses ate u-ed to fro cases In this c!t Compare thou thou- Il(l. t,,p m,Mrtr,i (.aM,H which nre sands with th reinrtid d.atli rate and I umIrr ,,,,, rnr,, f MllMra ,,r , Um1. It will be found I am sure, tli.u tile ac- ior Hospital There ate i Uht onsen tual mortality from Inlluensi app.-oM- f Ktuo,.nts In the hospital, and two nre mates one-halt of 1 pe" cent. hellevitl to be serious TuMnc ccr precaution of coiie is A, ,, MPn.H esterd.iy thlrt- ' the wise thlnt: to do Doctor Kru-en three soldhr died of liilluenr.t. hrlimlnu acted wisely In clnslns theatres s.iioons t)lP ,laI ,u.iths tiieie up to 131. SK and other places of public ai-hemblaeje fo'ilier-i did at tlic has. hospital at But the public .should ho educated to 'hi i,-ort Mcllenri, mar Ililtlmoie fact that the dlcaie is not as deadly nn mnnv l)ellee It to be ., . ... .... ... n. . . - - "Ternir I- We ll" . , ,..,.,. ,,.. ,. Terror Is a bis ally of the Inllumzi bacillus and It the public state r mind can be steered out of the channel of Iripni, a ions iouk siep win n.ne tictn taken to conipitr the epidemic" Doctor Crokc's views were upheld by r t 1? tlrx'cn 4"ftfl I'ln.lnll street; Pr William 1. HuRlies. J!H 1 Chestnut street nnd otlur membira of the West Phllndelphii Medical AmilU- , tlon- 1 VICTIMS OF INFLUENZA .-w. .-.. w . ...- Uf 1UU4HA Li II I V Hi ltilt'J OVfllllV II 1 ULiLil JUUlVltJl " Friends" at Funeral of Man and Wife and E. F. Ben nis, Jr. A group of sorrowful friends nrd rel. atlves Rathereel at 1910 Kast I.eh'gh ave- nuo today to attend the funeral of Mr and Mrs Thomas Danholzcr, victims of the Influenza epidemic Sir, Hanholzfr. twi'nt'ht enrs old, died last r'jntlay afternoon His luneral was set for Tuesda afternoon. but early that morning his oung wife. who had contracted the d'sease while nursing him, died The double funeral was held today tit Hie Hanholzer home, The Itev. J. C .Mclaiughlln. owing to the order closing all churches, eel. brated iiimo tit me tttJiiiu 4. ltmriern-mouinfs old eon survives the joung couple At CU Uast Chclten avtuu. a squad of sailors said farvvcll to IMward V Bennls, Jr., an lnhuenz.i victim who died at the Wlssahlckon Naval Station, last Monday. Comrades nt the Capo May station and Philadelphia Navy Yard sent floral trlbutts One that was sent by Capo May sillors represented a ship Interment was Irv the Hofj Sepulcher cemetery. Tho squad nf bluejackets under command of eiunmrs Mute .lames W. McKnlght tired a f.uewcll volley oyer the grave. Grip Breaks Record of Deaths in City ronllnun from l'mre Hue hospitals Jammed and new cases develop. Itte hourly, Is straining every effort to day In Its battle. In common with many cities and camps, against Influenza With nil schools, churches, places of -amusement nnH llmm, fstnlillchn.i.nls closed. It Is believed that tho disease. M"i'i.u uj iutko puouc gainerings, win begin to wane from today onwurd. Fifty thousand gauze masks have been riv.,i v.r -.,.,,..,1.1 ..... ...i akvii.H iimv lui iiiij(iiv.iu in. iiuiain nil l others fighting the epidemic. vk Two emergency hospitals t opened to provide beds for , turned away from the regul Alt saloons closed at 7 ' rU-Xa .il. . i.",T. ,if.. f'J:Ji..,.,"!he Coroner's blotter, which shows the ' f S.S . 1 . . 1 " !..... f N favs were about to go Into effect Hut ? 1 the saloon men nre not accenting the . ' -(Closing order with good grace. Huluon Men to I'rutrnt 4, . A committee of protest liiis bcli t Uquor Dealers' Assoc a t Ion The co P. :&vdHacar.I tDr ,i rank - r lormeu uy ino I'nuaueipnm lutnu tlln Iloyer, acting State commissioner of !l.1 ...,,. . ir....i. ...... ...I ...... ... tilth at Hnrrlsburg, and present to "facts which may have escaped his stlce." fiOne of these facts according to Neil anner, president of the retailers' arso- ittlon is tho prime necessity ror liquor none Influenza patients L "With all the saloons closed," declared tr Bonner today "drug stores In this Itkv will have to add bartend, rs to their Klu!ar staff Sick people are entitled Lie whisky and I utilised retailers ves- PfKa d.v to sell half.nint flasks lo .nrim. -- - : . " .. -r - convinced the retailer the liquor s needed for a sick person Of re the saleo had to be made before? o'clock last nhsht. Colonel Hatch Id n't object to thut. Hints Druftl.ti I'roftterr "As the situation now It. what is to Movent druggists from profiteering with liquor. They are getting hundreds of crlptlons caning lor spirits of ntl and they etiarger fifty cents or a for one or two ounces of it. Why I. the. epidemic of 1 1 83, whisky and was tne principal remedy for tr um neU- Accurate flgures arc Impossible because overworked physicians, making their founds day nnl night, nre unablo to re- l't every cane under treatment. The death report made jostcrdny showed that 171 persons ruccumhed to linfinmzn In the preceding twenty-four I hours, M Increase of thirty-two deaths ( over Thursday The duration of the linn laid on theatres, saltyms, l quorostaiiiisn - I'.entM nnii I'lv ,,i,i' . .111.1.- n iim- m'- public was likely to gutlicr, except siores nnd restaurants. vvlll be determined, Doctor Kruen declared, bv tho number of deaths. When this city's death rate falls to tho rate normal for this time --" . - . . I of thu ear, tlic nan v,m iiu iirmi, "nun . u ,.. il.nn " nrrlil Ilia 1ltr-..tnr He-Ill, nn.1 i CharlilV, llh much ii pliasis. -'- ' The Camden Hoard of Ttenltti In "' ."' -. , night closed u or c.iindens 120 iinn There wns n slight dec'tcAsc In the num. jber ir deaths nnd new cases reported In Camden yesterday Drafted drtigvlsts who are stntloned at nenrb cnnips will be given furloughs and allow "d to come la this city to help druggistn ir helmed with pri'srrlp- , unns .. "it. "' i"ii , in-t' ,.-. i 'ii i '- ccivCil from Washington by .1 11 liirlnw itlons Wind to that effect has bien le" 1 seen tnrv of the pnliailolplii.i Itetall ?n$ X a,e nfTeCe,, by , . rl,1(Il,m,. t u i,wiee(i the ipse.i-e Hltii.itlon heie Is uciile Calls for muses In this city h.io bun Kolnit unanswered for three d.iys. i:ir nurses' dlriotorv here is Iti-inic sl run il w'th cull but the nuisiH are all in- KnKed. 1110 iwo fnilTRI III V MI'ipillllS I'litl'- llshed b IMrcctor Krusen, ore at the Home for Indigent 1'onr, llnlmcburt! known as KP'UKnc Ilniltal 'o 1, and the Mithodlst Timple I'lfth sliest nltitve Sprlne !.nden, di'ilmiated Kiner Lteiicj' llospltnl Nn 2 one I'M'iption, that of hiisltx s rol lepes. h.i' been made tolhp rum ra! older iitliiK Fchools In this city. Tho Unlersltv of t'ennsyh.tnt.i anil oth' i lltnlllllllnn. tl'i't nfi 1 1 1 tl ll It n n.- .. t llllf'tll.ll"" 'lit" ,.- in iiiiiiiiii It'll. 'II i iiii --fill' r ii if c'I'mi. ' I ITT fll)t) C C.'C fiV C'' IT1' I I t.l.UlIU l.?)b!b H blAlh r j,,!.,,,,' Jj .,, rr'irl ' ," ,',; "s '' " ,' '.' . ', f iitiioen'!.i iiu u nti oril' i list hikm' rlnslnn froin inldnh'ht Sund.iv until i further nnt'c, ail h.iloons, IkiwIIiir al- V ch'ne ".'." ! .. un miiimii inut'. nmi in.i ,K,nis. Cnvernm Me 1 '.ill and the State emer- Rem p'lbl.i ln.ilth comuilttie nindi a puliilc renuin that church sirvicis bo i 1- 1.11 in iii.iuuiiiii'i. Thf ditttli r.iln In Unvlrin isintlntlefl high Ileptiii fin the last twentv-four ' nounced that next Tuesday he would re hours showed lot deaths front influenza ' port , tllt. House a bill rmbnilj Ing estl nntl tv.ent-nlne front pneumonia. ji"h l ne I ne 1 libit m c is spr.aeiing rapliuy in tin- westirn nart of lb,. St.tte. but is Ite leg held In ilirl, tn the eastt rn lnrtloii r1ItnifiM Mn Ffil? fi OIirrQTPR Uii.UlUiL nrUlVUltUULLaiEl' Washington Mentis Plivsiei.llis! tlllfl .ur;w for Grip Fi"!lt TI.c suiffeon trt-ncral's dfiurtmcnt to- da sent a squad of phsicians and nurses from Washington to fllout ester I to light the Influenza epidemic More !!a",,l,0U ,"Z H.jL-"' 'il-.?'"' during the night "...... ....... ,,,,iu',,.a .v.u,ir'l itit.1 c The public health service phi slcians and nurses are expected to anivu In Uleiuccster during tho day Two of the e'eaths last night occuned in tile temporaiv hospital estnhlislietl iil the elloucfsler fire heniluunrters One was that of Kdwln hentt. siiparlntcndcnt ' of the Second M i: Sund.iv .vVhooI All (Jloucister saloons have been dosed, The naval aviation liendeiuaiters at "loui'iuter tepoitetl fifty 11dditiou.il !? ,r?ia"5 iW;orK'nM ul '",New rk . vmds nrt "ut V mCS "" I 'inere was a tioublo funeral In fllou ttster this mor.ilng John M Uun. Sl Cumberland street, elletl Monday I night from intluenzi nnd his w-ife. Hllen. diet! Wednesday Caskets for the two bodies did not arrive until two hours before the time set for the funeial. GRIP HITSJIOG ISLAND Production Cut One-tliinl ly Ejii ilcmii', Srlnv.ih Says" Hog Island now has on hand Its; largest supply of steel Hut pioduction eapacii at the big shlpjnrd has ben. cut approxlmnttlv one-third h the In fluenza epeiile nilc, according to Charles M Schwab, director general nf the Hmeigency Fleet Corpuratlon. Itenoits showed no diminution in n, virulence) of the epidemic In its swiep through the great shipbuilding yards, 111- eluding MioHe at Cluster as well as Hog ! temporary or permanent He estimated iniTf'ar tVcu'rta'ii' Uk' oV cio'lo5.' I tho "- -l '"', the "mini partment, and .Mr. Schwab expressed ' """" luml' "um "rKc''itly needed to compieio conu.ienco tnat .as soon us the i Provme war woruers w un Housing com tpltlcmic had spent Itself the patriotism mensuiate with the American war pro. and co-operative spirit of thousands of I cram urirlfltic II It il I 111 ahrmr Itunlf l t . efforts to vv.pe out tho tonnage d.'ficlt , wl,uh """ l',sts i TV (V TRIP I KPVWr nnPTlD UUj ul Ul ItrtvfAlilU JJULlUft i iLoronors Itccor.I. Inilicate Alanv '.'""''"".T' :,'"" "" "l.".'n sWve much .ossibie but - . An.....i. iiti. ,.. .... .. .u.u.a t . t. iriuii tn (TAT tviir nnvi Tfi i.itrn poi ot nnn maVy n'o w ' Ifla Victims Uimttemlcl I mmie housing cotnli.ions not only In m. K&Vn "ac&llV "in ar hosultals ' ' naI many persons nave died of In- -j"". - ,.v.s. .,,... . iui.u.ui. the way or our own guns, our artillery o'clock last "uenzii or pniumonla without medical l,h1,1 which cities urc near Ldtb.sfnnc " had tn stop for a while until things wero . it it' iiiwt iil m in mini itii-ii iiv i ih rpnirii i.ri ttiiv.il uut h iii nvi.-i nini luiiii. .i hiiip hi i.iiuiiii'iii'ii uiil iui it- u tn niniiii: iiiv I unusual targe number ot seventy-one deaths since September SO These are cases of eleaths bv nolle or In which no physician, was In at- tendance Many or the latter class are believed to have resulted from pneii - mnnla supervening on influenza ' Hoi.t.mlr 30. G , October I. 50 (ictoi.er 1 2' ' October 3, 11. ajaoctulr , .0 ine i oroiiei k tecorns ny uajn nre- lit Am tin. 1A it fst nl.nt OA . .... t -. Few Grip Cases in PilUliurpIi I'lltsborsli. Oct. B. The superintend. ent of schools has announced that plans for opening the annual evening term next Monday have been abandoned Tho night classes will not be started un. til after tho State Health Department, closing edict is declared nit. Muor K V. Habcock. speaking of Doctor llo) er'H closing etrder. said "We 1 have bail our orders from the Ktnto Health lt commissioner, vvnuo 1 lie ovo n view of the conditions here the Is too drasttc, we propose to obey I ""v , "T0 "..,.0.'i..ur',".VL' ')" ""l?0 " "'"V ei.H tiontmiiiifi unil eniorce it eo in. let ter." Torly Deaths in Rhode Isl.uitl rotlilenre, II. I,. Oct. B To combat tho spread of Spanish Influenza the board of aldermen ordered the t losing of all public and pnrochlnl schools, theatres, moving picture houses, public dqn e hat's and prohibited jwtbllo meet- Ings for religious services, except that the churches muy hold ihelr regular weekly service one day of each week, Forty deaths und 2160 cases were re ported In the State yesterday The revival services being conducted hero by the lv William Sunday wlH bri ottneeled. although, llkn the ohurrhps. rr- '.. i-., i, .: ...v..i.. :z- v .. - wiu wtvyimu lo nam " E VEtflNGT PUBLIC r EDDYSTONESHORT 1,000,000 RIFLES 1 L.UCK Ol ilOIISlll" DlMUVS - I'roi'rain at Great Plant NKKDS 1000 MORE MI5N I Major Carroll, AMislunl Man- ' .- J1(.r, (.s Mouse Committee ' ()f Scarcity of Workers Experts Toll How Lack of Housing Delays Var 'l.lvliiK conditions, at I'ddystonc, near l'lill.nlelphlii. nre sei frlRlilVil that wo me 1.000,000 rifles behind at whit Is the 1 truest rlllo pi mt In the entile world." Mtijnr lliiijden inmi, chief of the small mini iltriitwi nf the War Depnitment, ."War tiiaterinl iniisl he delhorcd to the Amoi Iran fotees In full mens, tiro bv next sprlnK nnd must ho kept at tho hlKhcst rato of pro lui'tlnn not summer. To effect this tlie ciumtiy must be kept luti niliK ut full riu.Hll) by the end of this winter; fill, 007,000 Is iifKeiitly nei'ded im n mlnlmiun lump sum to provide wnr workers Willi tiileiiu ito anil proper linuslni; tuillltlos" otto V. JUillltx, till re tor of the Inn ran of hoiclnij of the lh pm tmcut of l.nlmr. "Wc laiinot Ket labor without hniiMiim, unil tho iIkIu kind of housiiiK." Jlli hind H. Vhllds, Wnr l) imi fulfill hoiisliij expert. "dur plnnt has tin capacity to tuin enit mmo lilies than any other illle plnnt In tho world, hut wo stmph ciiiiiut pociI up our pro. ductioii liciMtiKu wc innnot Ret eiiouKli woikers and cannot hold tin in when wo pot them, hec.iuso " li .idciimlo Iioiislnc condltloiiH." II". I. (Imictl. iiKititnul anient! Mtiiiiwi r of the .Uldyitonc liln plnnt The IMihslone illle plant, 'large st In the world l 1 non.noo ridt s behind lis lirORr.un beeiuM of the l.uk of housing . ., T"1"1, lli;urH were made public In- .,,. ., ,, , .. , , ... . J a "'" testimony of Major W A 'hirrett. isst.int manaser ot the IMdy- none pi int, anil Mnjor I fa) den A.vmes. chief of the small nrms division of the tnr tieiMriment, given 11 weelc ngo ' before the IToue Comuilttie on Public 1 (Irounds nnd HulldlTics In Wnslilncton , huihiiuks. in vMisninRion " iiiak'nc public their tctlmony, ('Im rm.1,1 I'l.iL ..f tl... ni'1ttn.' .... in.iies .iKK-egaiuig iyi.itu,,utiu lor In using fe.r theS next six months Mnjoi Unrrett said today that the l:,'d Rtom' llllint nu'1 hcen "nalile to hold i,M norkt.rf, i)ecay0 lpy muUi Rt.t EOOll housing facilities by working for tho l-'mergenev I'lret Corporatltll.' and that thrj weio KMlriff tlu illli plant to work j "' ""' -'"""" . Nntlun's Print Ipul 1 1.. 11 1.1... i '111 lit "Thls Is our principal rifle plant," Major .A) men Informed the committee In speaking of tho Held stone plant 'There we are piOducing flvo thousand rifles a day whereaa we shouitl be producing 5500 a day There we nre bhort 1000 men owlns to the living or housing con ditions This uncsnt mean that any body has to go without a rifle, for wc contemplate overt iking our entire rlflo program In the spilnr of 1919, hut wo ought to have 1.000,000 more rifles than We h ive got." Major Aymes said that nt Kddystono the present output of tho principal type of cartridges was far below what tho cartridge plant there was provided for simply In cause the housing conditions were so bad that workmen refused to remain. He estimated that houses were needed at Htldystone for 2100 persons, "Those living there now are living in a very disadvantageous manner," he added. "We have exhausted all present resources to get them proper housing .nn.lltt.t.c ..... t 1.. .AArt 1 ..iniiiotwiic , I- ..it- iijsiiii; .uutj wurteers a month because of the conditions ex isting there " Inutleqiiiite l'mlllllt-s Otto M. Hldlltz, director of the bureau or housing of the Depattment of Labor, --... s,n. ,, ."iiiiiiiuttj ,lll UUCIUUIU and proper facilities for those engaged In sueli manufacturing- must be com pleted and ready for1 occupancy sl months from now, whether they be Major fiarrett not only corroborated I " nr,,;". Z"-1.??. " ', .: .-......, .v. .. u.,t ".u,ro rl.,s . an """r rifle plant in tho world, but wi simply cannot speed up our production beeauo we cannot net , flarrett said, they come alone When ' they bring their wives and families there ! Is mi nluco for them te live ami n iif. ... "',.".., ...., ..'p: " so they r .. ' nl ln """.when they get fighting mad. and Fritz I u , ' Major William I Jeffrey, of the plant ' vectlon of the War Department, said i 'Hal tlie "capacltj or the country s rifle i - . . - I plants w III mi e to be spee l'ed' ,,' 'r' new plants must . b,; hull, ,ou,,ng 'eh,,: piy niusi ue proviieu ror ir we nro to get adequate rlflo production line! . 8a l enormous cost or construction I or ne" I"-""8 " .,... .,.. I PFATF FCinfJ AT UFRCAII FCC uuou.vit nt tuiuniiiiiiij ! . ,T, T, ; rrritrll Want AlCPtllli; Where f..,.,, Win.,!. r? i,. leriniin l.llipin: Uol Start SnertaZ Cable to Limine Pnhllr 1 eilaor ,elst oayoneis ..r sneiis umii iiiuhl.., sPe"ai ,a"'c lo i'ir'""K ' "c Lceigcr, KaH The (ierman morale Is cracking." ropiria.ll. 191. bv .Veie York Tlmra Cp, 'ho added "nnd most of the prisoners I'nrls (Vt t fi Tbe Ainttrinn .n,ittnui for the use ot one of the Hague palaces for a peace conference has caused much amusement In Pnrls, where tho very Idea tnai tne i ongress wnicn win settle tier- iiianj'i future status In the .world .can be held In any neutral country Is scou'ed by all classes. Ouo of the dearest wishes of the French nation Is that the peace Congress shall ta'le place nt Versailles, where, In 1871. In tho salons of the French kings, the Insolent empire of the Kaiser was founded and where, as Louis Forest expresses It In the Matin this morning, "It Is only symbolically fitting that tho German empire should come to its end." As Forest recognizes, "it Is no doubt Inrunflture to think of thesi. dntflll hue !.." - "-' .:.. - -- ---.---. -. iu w never jwHHuure to lay out onta LEDGER PHILADELPHIA,, SAyUKDAX -s " -A ON PHILADELPHIA'S ROLL OF HONOR STEPHEN W.3TEEL.LEROY DUGAH, Woundea-" Vounde3-" REVEILLE AT DIX NOW AN HOUR LATER Winter Scliedule in Effect. C; II Fi 59th imp ears rom Pioneers in England rump Din, net. S. SprtM Hhiiatcli to thr firnloa fvhllr f.rrffl'r Itevillle sntiiuls sweeter to tho men ramp Mrntle, Mil., 'tit f these mniuliiKs, fur It Is blown nn hour! livery man who enters this canton later The winter schedule his Konii ment In the future as a member of the Into ifTeit and the men do not hnvf t-i, Pnlteil Stntra nrm will be filled out nrlse iinlll C I ft nnd have briakfasl at like n real soldier within a few bonis 7 15 ninnir and nipper nto itt tho after his arrival. Ills hit. shoes, Ire usual bonis and taps tnund'nt 10 P. in. k'pks, bieechcs and bloue wljl fit him fin Kntiili.cM ..ml 1,,,11,1-ic tecollln Is ' -"--" - .r. I.. I ... ir 1 I.. .!. '"" '"" " '"" """ Mm I in .l ll III I.. .....II. "" -...". t.... u W....L nn nn ..iiiiiui aiiernoons so in.ii tne men will Imvi more time tor recreation. I'roni nn ollliet. who has Just returned , from HnRhind It h.is been learned that the riftj-nlnth I'loneeis, Iielawure unit, i who completed their training here lifter comiiiR up from Annistnn, nnei left Ulx.Klven hue todnv when --eiral hiindnil n few month, .iko, arrived In HnRland ., , , . .. , on thelt wa m the b iltlctronts. Ilo ! repotted Mint the men were nil well and in hlch snlrlts Among the brlRndler Renernls noml- I mited In 1'iltlent Wilson to lie nd Minced In major Rem ralfl durliiR the period of the wm nppe.it h the name of IlrlR.uller (leiiernl Mark I, Mersey, who Irfiminiiwlnil n lulf.n!,. in lltn i..v.'iit. flRlilli Division anil went ovirse.is with tli it mill last sprltiR. ' UlRlitecn lieutenants of the medical 1 t rtix hue 11 ported bote it t the d. lection of tin Win Depnitment unil Irnve been nsslcneel to the base hospital I for temtioriirv dutv KIMi'tn Intel.- meels nre tielni- held ' this iiflernoon In vnrlnus purls of tho ! a""' ","1" ,l"' direction of Hie olllceis l,if ili. ttlltli It, ,liit..,tt n. il.. .tirr.frtne ...mp,,, r the depot br'Rade Announeeinint has been innde to unit ) blouses, leRRlims, shoes nnd hats, all In lommnntlers Mm no more applications 1 'der. Kvcry m title handed out to the ate to In iteelied for the signal corps I soldier was stilclij .molding to his eirieers ti.ilnlng school Vet new meastiiemcnlM school will be started until about .Inn- Iloforo bo left Me win house tho miry roefklo had to-pinve tint tvery nrtlelo Promoted from adjutant tf tin 153a I ho li.nl tccclvcd lltted him perfectly. Depot Hrlgulo to the rank of lleuten- Next he signed 11 inolp1 Then he was nut colonel. Major J. I, Uenelllct, 1" A , passed out 11 llulshed protluct A mo h.is been tmlered to proceed to Wash- Ing plctuie man from the signal corps InRton, D C, riportliiR to the dlrectm 1 took a picture of the 10 Itle going in of operations In the ch'ef of Muff 4 thu warehouse n elillinu and having the ofl'"e warehouse a soldier OLD THIRD REGIMENT OF YANKS ARE CALLED THE FIGHTING DEVILS reiillnunl from Pncf tine s,,-Hon shortly after the Pnlted States declared war on fterm.iny and earned his commission In the full of Inst yenr He hnd been In France for nearly eleven months and had seen much active serv ice. An olllcial telegram fiom the War Department Informed his family of his R.illnnt death PHIVATi: I'ltHSTON VMttfillT w-ns killed In action September 2, accord ing to official notification from the War Department, received todav bv his brother. Itaviuoiiil D D Wright, of Kast Walnut Inne, Cermantown Pri vate WrlRht lived In (lerniantown until three .vears ago when he moved to Port land. Ore Private Wright was the son nf Lieu tenant Commander It. K Wright,, now on duty In the I'liited States navy He was twentv-four vears old He was born nnd leared in Philadel phia, and attended Chestnut Hill Acad emy and the (iermantnwii High School Ho enlisted in Portland, tire., nnd went to France last November with tho Sun set Division t.HU'Tr.SANT 1IOIIIIIIT II. CIAM III.K. killed In action, was the son of Dr. and Mrs Hubert O Ramble, of Haver ford, and was a noted all-round athlete. Ho was a line hockey player, was n 6tar at soccer football, and one of the best cricket plasers on tho Main Line. Ho was a memoer ot tne -vierion uriciiet Vini. ,1.11111, Lieutenant (iambic wns educated at the Haverfnrd School. Andovcr Academy and Yale University Mo earned his commission as second lieutenant of In fantry nt the Fort Ofdothorpo training , onm,, ln ,he summer of 1917 and had been ln France since April of this yenr with Hleventh I'nlted States Infantry. I.lKl'TP.NA.NT I'K.WK I.. LYNCH. nfllclally reported wounded, w-ns first gassed, then wounded by shrapnel, ac cording to a letter received by his fam ily, who live at 2305 Catharine, Btreet. "I turned black all over nnd lost my voice for five days," ho said, "after the gas got me I siucs. it out until I couiun t Blve orders any more, then went to th.e I Philadelphia ,hould. bo proud of he KOn(, 0 qinr,! itegiment tnow tno ltoth Infantry) Those boys fouirht like devils My captain was down and I was In command until I had to give up. I .... . . .i men. for the doughboys vvcro so mixed UP """ lM I'utcnmen tne nieiis wouia iaN0 hlt 1,oth Nothlni? can stop u bunch like that Is last tlnuing til's out AiayDe tnose groundhogs of ours don't like to crawl out of their trench burrowd und get to t-riis wnn iieime I Iniilrnnnl To nil " I.eut mint Lynch Joined tho Third rinrg'h Vho"'.! "Srulr rlnAsn nnd came back a sergeant. a Heel doing guard duty through the Stato he was sent to Camp itancocK for final training, and was one or tnose picked to attend the otllcerH' training camp at Fort Merrltt lie vfon his com- mission there and went ovcrstus In May of this year "I expect to ne obck at me ironi soon," he said In his last letter, "and I hope I don't run Into any mnro of this gas All of us would rather- face bui "I expect to be back nt the front Ke.tn verv elael to be cantured Lieu t.-nant I.jnch Is married and has one child M;it(Ji;VNT AM'KKK VOI.I'r. prls- ' oner, has been omciauy reporiea iniasinii nnd later officially reported, killed In ac- i tlon Today tils oroiner, Anitm ifiw .of 1521 McKean street, received a postal card from Sergeant voipe, which nan been sent by way of Oeneva Switzer land, stating that he was In u German prison camp, but was setting along as well as could be expected. The name of the camp where Sergeant Volpe Is con fined Is not stated on tho postcard Sergeant Volpe was drafted Ir. October of 1017 and sent first to Camp Meade, then to Csmtr Greene. N, C where he was transferred to tha SMn Infantry. duties STEPHEN FAUST, Lieut. FRANK 1YHCH, Wounded ?a,led Woon3eiI - MISFITTING UNIFORM BANISHED AT MEADE: New Equipment System Ar- rays Rookie Like Real Sol- dier in Few Minnies " " nicety Tim finest talltired sun ,. ... ... , Ulll.tll l.n ...n.1 1.. . ..,..., l l.nt.il "lit 1l10 "V"." "' """ '" r ' '" '"' ' .. liothliiK mi his Milt or klnkl lino one .I...I. ..,.,,... .... ........... I.I I'l. I t ....... witic.il win ne isf t i ' "I,ul,it i Tiler,, lirtu 1..... t.....,irr.t, ,1 llV 1 tl P enmrtermiisler Renenils d. p.irtmeut ut this enntonmeni a svplun of unlfoim- Iiir li nd I'liulpplui; the im ii that Is the List iiord In I'lllcli in v mivIiir "f time, worry, money nnd I ibor A demonstration of this svslem was '""''es were sent to in-..ii.niiiR ni.m- tpiartiH nnd unlforiiied us -nlilliis These ,nP v,c , (1 ,,, , m,1l, f it biR wmehouse as plain eh III. ins They I viinie- out on the otliei side within u tew mlnutei nrr.ijid as t-nlillirs As soon its tliii mill, es uitiied the wnrelintisn they wele bit did b.irr.u ls b.iRs, hi which thev weie toid to place their civilian clothes In Mils Iiiir thoy found a bur of soap .1 inwel. cntnli, h.ilibrush and tooilihru li When pie '""kit' had stripped he w is told to mount ' """"' where his foot uiensilieiiients 1 "ire token The 11 In u i. plated upon ' another stand nnd his bodll' mensiiit- mcuts and his hi ad 1111 .1 item nts taken The lecords of Mies" nn as in mini wiio sent tllollR In sollllt rs w I10 b.ld t IlIirRe of distribution of the vatlnui aitliks of ,u'',rl" anp.iiel The newenoiir f rvt trot li q new iitidrr. e'lothes, then Ills breeelies. his shirts. was soon promoted to be n eoipotnl and sbortlv nfterivartl made n seigemt His unit went to France in April of this J ear. run ati: jamiis i:mv ooii thomp. SON. woundetl has bun In a base hnspl. till since the raptuie of Cliatenu-Thieirv by the American forces In Julv 111. condition was serious, hut he Is rtp.rteil to be impiovlng now aid to have been .. ., ... .. ...... . 1.. .... ........ T.l paients live at n.ui n. .. ..-..'.'.. e,.'-'" ' liiMi. Ilia "37 Hllttnl.ouse strict iiiiivtTi' kTl'tnttt .,,...... ....... .---.-..... iii...ieii. Al'sT. wounded, was first mnnrti.il 6 missing, but u letttr fiom u comrade, Private unworn miner, or 1 irty-second ntre.t nnd Haverfnrd aveniie Ktnt. n.-e Faust Is In a liac ho-dt.il recovering from a soveie wound The joung sol- dler Is a member of tlie 110th Infantrv, having enlisted in the old Til 1 1 tl Ilc'l- ment. N. li. P. In June nf 11)10, nnd h.nlnr served through the Melenn Imr. der campaign and done guard duty in inst letter he spe iks of the effective fashion in which the Ainet leans stopped the (Ierman drive at the itnrnn una me lu'-iuii t... i u. me .Ttaie. in Ills sfruggleaiil.om,al1ra,cl,.,, """ ,Crrln M.lll.l. v.- l Mil, riJ.WKIJI, olllcial- ;-- , :, -- . ........... . ,,w ....- ij- ic'iiuittit iiiitsiiK. wns ii member of AUmnuir-i incBtr a J.'ew Yolk regiment, though his home l'ruiiilwi 'llejtro . .. was In Mi's dty He had It. en woc'diic Ceielli Amusement Comp.itij hi New York for some yearn anT when ft,' I" i A'S'tI. M e" Tr." tho tlraft law went tntn rfTeet I.. .l. .r.'! " iV'."-.'.." ..".' .!..'... - jtreu uiero anti was one of tho first to , 1'ecrlrr.s nxchAitiKo .'..mm be Inducted Into tho army He was mhii1j "Ihttitre 12,.Vih trained nt Camp I'pton and went over- ' Blanley lloolilinr Coinniny ifi.iniu seas la March of this ent I Many companies vvlll swell their The telegram fioin the War Depart-1 totals when the tulP returns for em si'ne'e' fhn la?ter,'1lirftnIf,"i1,tl? I,'lBH,ln'? , ploj cs' sub-crlptlons nro tin lie I Iii. these the' home oVhls V.7u.r.0,!olI Frankei' i being tho most d-ftlcult to scout a - southeast corner of Seventh and Wolf I limited time streets, a week iiRn but w is kept from ' the father bv his nineteen-year-old' ,. , c , , n daughter. Jennie The elder Frankel hits Uncle Sam IScciIs Overcoats not been well for some time and she The clothing and equipage division nf reared the effect of the news on him 'the ciunrtw master's depnitment Is now I.UCI1 ii.iv no nas scanned tlie otllclal casualty lists in Mie new spaiierw, "and has sighed with relief wIku he failed to find ,,,n rsii B raiitll I'll lllllll ll( mORllng his daughter broke the newsuo him and $S2x$i&!&.PRA YERS AGAINST GRIP raiKSi?&iS AND FOR LOAN PROPOSED nftcr the war Is over CAPTAIN Mil I.I.I I., n,roYI.i: " officially leported todav to havo died of i -. n ''i i t n r it .. tiisease. was unoiiiciniiv n ported on ' (fovcrtwr Passman; of 1 luril Reserve linnk, Cnlh on People, to September 25 ns having tiled as a result I rn n .', r- n c- -.i i .-,.,. of gas iiolsonlng Ills parents; Mr mid uer 'lIloIS from Homes, Since Cllirclll's Will Mrs. William (liilirovle, 1108 Ihiltlmore , n. ri l r . l it avenue, nro puzzled and have written He Closed Ulltdoor Masses to friends In Fiance to try and learnl the real fato of the.r nn Captain Oullfole was tormeily an in structor In surgerv nt the rnlv.rsltv of Pennsylvania, and wns attached to the inetllcal tjrpi of the lllth Infantry 'und for relief from tho Influenza epl Prior to tho war ho was a lieutenant In I . . . . ., thcmedleal coips of the .dd HixM, lleg" ,,umlt'- ce" t10UKh the churchiH of the ment anil was tranefcriod to tho lllth ic'.ty will bo closed because of tho epl n long with al the rest of the rank and ,jfme. hist fall '" ram" I,nncock n. rusty Pnssmore, Governor of the The family believe that ho was gassed 'Tlllr'' Kcrt"a' 'o Hank, speaking sometime timing the Julv off ensi v o ns t f or ,hp I'lbcrt' UoHn committee, lias the last letter they ii celled from him Issued a call to all families to assemble was written on July 15, the dny the Ger-' In their homes between to and 11 o'clock mnn..!.i mi!.ii?,,.',i ,h" Mar" stnrtt.l. I tomorrow morning to offer up u j.ctlrion "n fonr,. Holwas0r.,n,LOrr.,'1C,,nnH( ' "rSL' ' rcatly hampered by the ipldonlc tlccd medicine In West Philadelphia for ! Masses will be held tomorrow morning il' number of ears lie waH a member! In front of St. Francis do Sales' Catholic of the Alpha Kappa Kappa nnd Accla I Church. Forty-seventh strict and fraternities, of the Overbrook Golf Club Springfield avenue. Tho hours will be Mason"" " ,"lr,"80;oll W 7:3o"V:30 and 11 a. m. The llev. Dr, John Grant Newman, .. .... , ,.,..- " I pastor of Chambers-Wyllo Mcmntinl GRIP KILLS WYNCOTE SOLDIER i hn '-r-1 ?, VTl ": "" 'i0 , . 1 "vitwiitii l( nol only for rdef from the epl- Corporal Illlldutril Had loUr.dc.nlc and for tho fourth Liberty Ian. ....! rnnn hi V ,. - hut for speedy victory for America und j.i-j.... uuuu .iiiius it) I'.iiusl After makliiR the long Journey home from Japan to enlist In the servlco of his countiy. Corporal Charles Pitcher Hubbard, of Wyncote. Pa, attached to Company I. engineer officers' training school at Camp Humphres. Va died last Monday from nn attack of Influ. etizn. which developed Into pneumonia. He was twenty-six yenrs old """'" Corporal Hubbard left Japan last Julv where he was In the service of the American Trading Company, to answer the call to tho colors nnd Joined the engineer corps In Aurust as a private month later he was promoted lo cor poral nnd assigned to Camp Humphreys Va. He was a man of fine physique but one of the first In camp to succumb to ins epiuemic mn ujirieei with mlM- laitu Vinrtiru .al tttA Arlinwtr.n w... ' iialirv ' tVii7 ""HPIW OCTOBER "flj IBIS : : -t MHTARfAR fJMlIPl .mivr V mw. NEARLY OVER TOP MotioiiPiclures and Stor age Warehouses Help Set Loan Record TIKE MEN REACH QUOTA' . A . t .i i rn i c it Automobiles tind 1 nicks bell SB 10,950 Toward Their Al lnlmcnl of $1,000,000 '" tlroup Ihree of the Indu-.rlal commit- tee on tho Mbirty Loan campa Kii, com- posed plainly of the automobile nnd .m.i i- . . i. allied Industries, made n record for It- relf tlurlni; the first week ot the cam- , ., . palKii, cndhiB Krldny nlKht, with l,srs,. S00 of Its $2,000,000 sold Of that sum. the automobile, and trucks had inlsed $10.B.-,(i of their $1,000,000 nllolmetit. with mi excellent ch.inco of RoltiK over the top before to nlKht. Tho tire Rroiip was the fliM to ro over the top In the Industrial cioup with f 121.000 to Us credit ns nenlnst an allot, ment of $10n,00O, mid with still somo of the IiIr companies to hear from. Arrrssnrlen (irilll'i Aiittunnlillo accessories, which Is a VI t 1 l.,r,m 'till, ...hi.. .1 . , .11.(1 '"' 'I '"! K'"UI mil "ictnt to rover completely, had icpint d in ?iik,uihi The moving pleluro dlilslon had 11 total of JIOT.000 of Its fsoo.oon allot ment. Other lndiilrles mt hided In group I life ii nre" Oplnmi'itlsls. optic mil. Photograph supplies, ti -misters, ex presnien, waiehousts nnd undertakers at .if which were wt.fMng Indu-M io'isly and making ,rv en dllnlile beitlwuy. giving every Indication that group three would fm exeretl Its nllolmetit of J2, C00. 000 Dining Mie week m the ntitnmoblli group the Konl Motin Cunipanv raiiif through with .sulweilptlnns of $120 ono, III addition in $7r.nu fioui nnplove". and other large siiltserlpllon 1 from dealen In this c'ty Sw tin ll'tkinan t1! Co, with Us einplov s p'llttfrlliotl $30,000, and The Kelly Sp liigflidtl'Tlie Company 510.01111 (ithem ,i!tf) ton tilbtitid huge ainounts, Other stllisrrliMiiiis Tho emplojes of the Atwntei Kent Company nude the remirknble showing of $'B2,,0 from -MO men. In ndllt'nn In the unmparij'H subscription of Jo 0110 J he Iless-Itilght ("nmp.tnv siibtrlluil 100.onn, nnd the tmplovui $r,S 700 The Philadelphia Warehouse Cinuinnv was also 11 big subscriber with JRl U00 The list of subset IIipih to fTiOOO nnd over Included the following in'ie i-is. At'T(lMOilIl.i:t AND TI'.IVI.'I tl V. HnfTmnn 1'It"1imv.Vii e'ntnimnv Ptinnlnir Vbithls i'nmrtiu eii-rrl tint Jlnrper iimtiin . do i melons iillersr totni'!tnv Herltirt llrotft-rs . . tin .mnln.fs . T . ffnmrr1 .Si Itwurtz e'nntpnn . Autt S les (Y'ptr -II tn . , t. S tloi.trs Cimiti tnv . Thu While e'oinpniiy .1 1 ttinpltives .... Utile!. I'tmiiinnv tttiniHtt Atitu t'litnp.inv .... Km.it.lftiirhts I'onipilttv t'hevriiiet Vleinr c'otntxtiiy . Konl Moinr r.rniii.ni " no I In nun ' no l t", otio to on t 2uo nun lit nun 4 linn .10 nnn loo Ollll 1.-. mm 1.-. nun in nun M no i '.. o III V. out 1.1 linn IL'O Itltll on rinniuves i 01)11 tlurlry M'ttiir e'ettui my to titm i.r, oitltilti I . nnipiitiv . ., eilii.ipohlle lnlnlnn Ntutb linker I'tirtinritlnii . Muiiln-llli km in e'tnnpiiny 111 0,111 II ooii in mm I'd ito a s-.ii 2'i tr,n S.nnn I swVettn Aulo iWinr": i t i mini" rn Ah In A Hti.tnsen I'onintinj .... j ,...,.,. ,. -.,.. I AIirnMOIIII.I, Tllll.S iYro",7 ,r," ''ttmn-iny of Phil ide Iplil-i TKi7,Xj -",VrinHol "'"iC-Vt-nmim " - ' .T'tVinne Tire Cnnipnny '....'. . '. Phil ulelpliln Mutur 'I lie i'oiiip-in - itnit r, otio Jit tin t no ooo ."l till. I , ,.n,.,r.t,tt .' , ,'iuu'ti"L, .. '"'"'""'""". .i.t. rr j.-iu ..i .iiut.iciurinr com- p.n .in .mni...... '.'il nn. I .Ml smi in :."n lo mm Inn rum .'s.7110 tl inn l'I etrle Ttulitimrter t'mnpany .... ;'. ", ,"."!. """"i "on lless-llrlsht I unuuny . .. Vli'i,aml'rri..rve' KovvMiui'cnni. nnni emnlojes Snintlunl Muttplv e'.mipiny . Wriuht ltulltr Ilonrlni: I'ompniij ami ri.iino ll.2"tl) xii:iifii..s-niiit AND ktoiiaui: VVAItKIIOcISKH hl'1,,1, Inht , VVi.rphniiSf I'ntntitn. r.ll fieri "lermlnsl Wtirelittuse Ctmipiiny . lo'iinn l'en"li''w Cold Ktornito i'nmMii lo.uuo ei-.ifinv .ivn itunv intii.t-n'ine " K'al"'r """ ,',n"l05,,, " ' N',0,) Jiuiiii.N riiriuiiun a.ii i'ii.vih .1 IKIII r.llllil .',,111111 L'.'i.noi in mil 'ii.iint-H .. iiuia.iii.'ii. (tiiii.,ii3 . ,..,iit seeking overcoats for nlllicrs Stocks already on hand among dothieis anil retnllcrs nro wanted. Tomorrow has been designated a da of prayer for tho fourth Liberty Loan lte-r allies In Kuropc, Governor Passmorc'B call for prayer follows! Make tomorrow a day of prayer In the homes for the success of tho fourth Liberty Loan. ... . , The churches will not be open for service) for tho ilrst time In many years. ' , No nation, causo or individual can afford to overlook tho need of help from above, even for a single day. Tomorrow, although deprived of the Inestimable benefit of public divine worship, vve can turn the occasion to the great gain of our Government by making our family services apply di rectly to the light wo are making under disadvantages to raise money art. our gaiiant uoys fighting at $: A DRAFT BOARDS DENY TUCKER IS Russian consul To Test Right of Former Czar's Appointee to Issue Kxcmp- lion Certificates Draft boat ds hero will test the rlKht of W It. Tucker, vice consul In l'hlladel phla for the Husslau Oovernment of for luer Czar Nicholas, to iswto "certlllcates of Itusslau cltlrcnshln." upon which nl- leged ltusslan cltlzcnsi havo presented clal,ns for exemption. Mr. Tucker Is also see.etnry of the Hoard of Trade. ins olllce Is In the Ilourse. Until boards have Ignored Tucket's ctitllkiilcs, claiming that he Is no Ioiirci' Itucslnn consul and has no rlRht to Issue .,'''. "-'""ui Tucker, however. Insists "'"t he is cnnductlnK nn olllcial and Ic- ferliica""''.,'' rrVV.""am,, thnt "'" v.,'1 .m appointed by the late Czar he ,'as never'Ln5.?am ',Bm' "' ""'"J .1. . "" Ver heen ofllelnlly notified of a uimute in the clovcrr.inent. c ,J' "i1'!),. ''"vltyr Issued 3000 certlfl- itiits nc tno rate of elKhty cents e.uh to men who havo told him thoy were 1tu- ""CI ,..,, , . , , .... clalnTas h." o '."for'a ruUne"" 0l"" aunihion tor a ruiinc WOMEN ADVANCE . IN LOAN DRIVES John Wanamaker's Snh- seription of $2..r5()0,0()0 Credited to Committee "ROAD TO RERUN' AIDS Women I.IUprty Loan canvassers mo nl work with new vim. giently entnur nged bv iW $2,rirt0.ti(i0 subscription in.ule by John Wnnnnmker and his slme em ploves Credit fm this inihserlptinn Kiiieigeiifv Aid nlths. vnf which Mrs the ImgcKl el given li an individual goes to the wiiiiien's committee, because It was tiikni by n vvcmnn worker of the Noiinan Mnel.toil Is t linll nvill Mr W.inniitnkei's bltir to Mis W.il tei H Tlinnisoii, ihairm in of the women's t.lbtrlv loin committee. Infoi minis her of the siib'i rlptltfi, foltvs "Dear Mts Thornton Mls ilretchen Cl.i Is the friendly messengt r who bears t nu this letter infoiifllng vou 'li.il mv inbsi'ilptlon tt tho fourth I.ll: ertv Loin It In go to the women's com- inlltte In be piltl nvtr thiougli the Phil adelphia N'atlnnnl Hank ill the sum ot 'wo millions iff dollars for our Philadel phia store, which nisei subsei lltcs $500. nno from lis people, who me proud to be helpers with u, milking n total of $2,500,000. iilPMiroligli voui elllcleiit com mlttte Veiv truly vttirs. "JOHN WANAMVKHIt" ' "Tlllilng Tun II nr 'Iwo Unlit" "We me iidvaiiclng and tnklni' n town or two a dnv on our 'road to lierlln,'" i iliclnrtil Mrs. Cheesnrin A llertirk,. chairman of the North Philadelphia tils- , 'rl't of the women's d.lbertv Loin com mittee, in inmmenflnK nu the progress that hns been made In tho drive since ' the map showing the mail to ISctllii was I plneetl outside the committee's head- ' tpitrtern i The road is being p-ucd with stlekers l't.trlng the names of North Philadelphia i bimil puicli.nsers nnd Is rousing niuih In. tenst ihro-ip-liout the district Work on the road thus fnr repiesenls ' ii tola! of nunc Minn $300,000, The "ro itl to Herlln" extends fiom the Amer. lean hcadquiilois behind Nancy, and. follow Inr nn li regular coiuse, takes in all the more Impnitnnt cities and towrs till lleilln Is leached I I'P 1,111 tin Hoard of Health's tilling1 losing raihtilrg places .tho then-' ters of Nnith Philadelphia obtained j $55 000 In subscriptions The coinmilteel In ch.uge evpect'i to erect booths Inline-1 dlatelv now Mint the theiitns aie doted The Ninth Plill.ulelphl i Catholic women, under the chairmanship nf Mrs Walter A Nash, nre turning In mam- subscrip tions and the rectors of all the Catholic hutches are co-operating with tho wo men tn the limit Trent h Cimimlttso (lets SKI, Ollll In the Hiulli Phllndejphln illstilct! nenrlv flO.Oon has been contilbuted by th French committee, of which Mis Cornelius Stevenson Is chairman There are only 2000 lUench eltl7cns In tlie ells, trlct The 500 Czeclm-Sloval-s In the district have bough- J2100 worih of bonds so fai They are headed by Mrs John W. France Among her other teports Mis Paul DencMa Mills, chalnn.in of tlie central city district, snltl the Luthcian Church ot the Holy Communion committee, Mrs. W H Toner, cliaiiman, had disposed of $5250 vvoith tif bonds Tho Uplscopal Academy has obtnlned $38,700 In sub scriptions; ilt is' Friendly Society, $1700; the victoiv inr committee, Mrs ileorge A DimnliiR. chairman, $3130 Tlie mtlsls on the ro-)f of the Ilcllevue Stratford liave sold $150,000 vvoith of bonds to date. This committee is head, ed by Mica Lle.inor T Chandler. between the hours of 10 nnd 11 to mortow moinlug, siFsemhlo and de vote that time to united prayer for nur cause I Surely these prnvers. going up si multaneously from hundreds ef thou sands of homes, from persons of' nil denominations will reach tho' Throne or the Most High nnd secure the re sponse wt are so swely In need of, j 1 especially hope that the ministers of nil ilciifinilnnMohs villi Abscrlbe to this thought nii.1 urge their people to follow tho course biro suggested. VEN1ZEL0S THANKS FRANCE Premier Expresses Gratitude of Greece for Help in Macedonia Purls, Oct. fi Premier Venlzelos, of Gicecihas telegraphed Piemier Clemen ceau expressing the admiration and gratitude- of Greece for the help given by tho French In tho recent lighting In Macedonia. Tho sacrifices mado liy the Allied soldiers, ho sale, uttest tho solldieilty of tho great aiid small nn tlons, all hungering for liberty "which Is tho precious pledge ot the future peace." In reply, M. Clemenceau said he thanked tegeneratcd und reconstituted Grece for aiding In the flue victory In the Hast The Allied victory marks the beginning ot an eru of Justice ho do. eland. Crip Postpones Dihle School 1'aratlo The Dally Vucatlon Bible Schools' parade planned for this afternoon hus been abandoned because of the Influ. enza epidemic The purpose of the parade was to stage a big gathering at ha T.lbArlv Utatu to rmtMiaalKA ilu. im. "..."..'I, i..lt. a.:z-,z- !"-""" lssniji vpuvHUViS Ul WSf SLACKER CHARGE AIMED AT WOMEN ' 1 75;000 in City Idle With" Soldiers in Need, Says Mrs. Robins v. FACTORIES WANT HELI Pooi- Do Part, While Wives of Prosperous Men Shirk War Duty While their brothers, fathers and swrelltenrls In l'rsnrr are railing for medical supplies, clothing nnd muni tions Willi wltleli they enn crush tier in any, 73,000 women In Philadelphia nre tlenf lo the nppenls. They boast nf the vtilnr n nil snerlflres nf their dear ones In kbnkl, but retime tn re ward the llslttln men by sliltng In -. 11.. .. nalr I t, a I i I It at at sannt nf IHT 1 ' niTMMH it r nil i um va war tiipllr. Mult n condition tctuslly rvlntsnnd unless these women step Inrwiirii nntt eniisi inr service ittry must be listed as stinkers. Tliat severo Indictment was drawn today by Mrs Thomas Robins, ono ot tho dlrcctois of the women's division, 1'iilted States Hmplnyment Service, ln this city. f The organization, a branch of tho I'nltetl States Department of Labor, has undettnketi the tnslc of mohlllzlrg the women of Pennsylvania for war work. "It Is n task," said atrs Itohlns, "that ranks In imiHiitaucc to the mobilization of the army lfrlefly, wc nro endeavor .Ing to mobilize nn nrmy nt homo that will support nnd back up the nrmy In the ti client h. To do that the women must come forward und accept employ ment. They must make sacrifices, but It Is thelt duty, for this war Is just as much n woman's war as It Is a man'o war. Crlng Neetl In State "III Pennsylvania Micro Is a crying nerd fnr labor nntl n checking up ot women residents ot the Stato discloses that at least 200,000 arc unemployed, nnd of that number 75,000 resldo In Philadelphia They me women who are mmrlrd mid live In comfortable homes, women .who are I'lnglo but .fritter away their time on nonessentials, and women who feel that they must maintain tha traditions- of the oldtlmc southern aris tocracy b living tho Hies of refined and Idle ladles" At this point Mrs Ilohins digressed for a moment In oftler to emphasize tha piesslng nied for women Industrial workeis "Think of it," die said, "at tho Sehujlklll Arsenal the Government has nutlet hi! for 2,000,000 shirts, but not n sulilclent force of women workers to make tho garments And these shirts are needed by tho bojs In the trenches." Detailing other supplies that are needed by tho nrmy and which are diffi cult tn get because! of the labor short age and the failure of women lo enter tho factories, Mrs. Itoblnt' mentioned munitions, boots, ihoes, steel products required by the forces in Frnnce and iiug supplies "njhlladclphln " she continued, "Is tho very Iicnrt of Amei lea's war machine. In this city wc nre turning out vast quantities nf war materials hut the out put tnut be Increnfcd and to do that tha women must tome forward nnd go to work There nre two Jobs waiting tor eveiy one nf them nnd lo every woman who enlists wc i.i'i piomise good wages and working tnmlltlrs " o The labor shoitage In Philadelphia lias become so ncute thnt the Department of Lnlmr has launched a drive for the re crultlng of women To facilitate the effort and win the co-opcratlon of em ployers the I'nitcd States Employment Service proposes to hold a convention ' in Mils city Manufacturers, employ ment munngery and welfare workers will ' be uiged to attend and offer suggestions1 that will aid In the work of rccrultlng vv (imen for war work. This convention will he held In the near future "1 don't want It understood," added Mis Itohlus, "Mint I am calling nil the women of my homo city slackers. Tho poor women have responded nobly to our appeals and nre now working In the factories. Scores of the very' rich women have also responded, but up to date wo htive failed to reach that type of woman who Is considered ' comfortably well off.. For example, I will say the woman whose husband earns from tnlrty to one hundred dollars a week That woman can very easily -adjust her home affairs nnd enter a factory or mercantile establishment" Tho Women's Division, United .States L'mplo) ment Service, Is on the second floor of tho Finance Building, South Petin Square A corps of elllclent lubor.i managers Is there to assist women who aro anxious to become real effective., In the war, and assurances are given that every woman vvlll be given work for which she Is ploslcally and tempera mentally fitted. TORPEDOED CREW BUYS BONDS Invest in Liberty Loan Immedi ately on licaeliittg 1'ort New eirk, Oct. 5, The first thing twonty-two mcmbeis of tho crew of tha ..I.. a .i.sl,iiin ut Aii Hi uh Ir fi llirill -I'M'U 4llls-" iv t, niimuniiiii "viik- ward Hit dirt when ihey reuuhed here rro.Ill noromi mm wvir jmiu uu .vtttf iu .. . I fiiih T llvnrll Tinn tittif" 1U1'&1 111 ."JU.ll. ilviW ". UW.1MSS. The men n-ceUeU their waves from .t ifli,,l L'ltitatt uViliiiilnrr tinnril nnd nt UtO V llllt-s J.irr oinin'tnf, ttuuiu unit . onco bought i total of $2000 in bonds ln ppmtl rnimiiiK mini " n !"" WE WANT TO LEASE Several sewing plants In actual operation which can manufactuf ' ladies high-Kiade cotton gar ments or contract for their pro duction. v Mu3t he within l00 miles of lialtimorc. Send particulars to The Strouse-Baer Co. ( HALTIMOKE, MD. ji iii:i.p wantko fi:mi.k COOK, for fsmlly ot three adults, TtlcpMas Overbrook smij-W. or call U7 Morumw rostt Nor lhVVynnefteil . j IIKI.I' W'AXTKI MA1.K aatlttsnL 'APflv Mr. Turnbull. ill VOOKO MaNWan 4 lie provra qu'SK i and In mtMvmr i.W tow- "Y u,ttUsiwi wr sr.1' m '-, &. 1.