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V z Ivsr t 9 Y V PRINCE MAXIMILIAN ASKS PRESIDENT FOR AN FRANCE INSISTS ON REPARATION Essential After 50 Months of Bloodshed, Says Ex , Premier Viviani PARIS SPURNS PEACE BID Press United in Opposition and Socialists See Berlin's Desperation "There Is no frenchman who would continue the war neloHMly, but Frnnce and the Allies must, In miking peace. 'afcRuard their interests nnd lionor.." This statement un made today hy Ilene Vlvlanl, former Premier nml head of the French mission which visited America coon after the United States entered the war. ."There can be no illsciiKslon of President Wilson's pioposltlons," lie continued. "To discuss them, under nil nrmls tlce, does not square with our mili tary advantages. Mentioning only one essential point whether to accord or .not to accord autonomy for Alsace-I-orralne there can be no question. We demand restitution, purely and simply. "Is It possible, after fifty months of bloodshed, .that anjbody can even think otherwise?" Paris Spurns Overtures The request for an armistice and the opening of pcnie parles by the Central Powers. Is looked upon bv the l-rench press Kenerullv. aR un nttempt to evade certain disaster. It Is dC' clared that Germany hopes to conclude a peace which will permit her to ex plolt the pe.ice treaties of Brest' Lltovsk nnd Iluclinrest and also to save the Hohenzollern dv nasty. An armlRtice under the present conditions, the newspapers think. Is Impossible. The conditions expressed by the new German Chancellor do not at all correspond with the conditions for peace laid down by President Wilson. Socialists Sen German 'tt Plight The National Coiibichs of the So elallst party, which opened hero es terday, adopted a resolution addiessed to President Wilson concerning the peace proposals. It expressed the view of the party that while In dispensable diplomatic and military guarantees should be exacted fiom the enemy It was the duty of the Allied nations not to reject without discus sion such proposals as have been made. The message says the party notes with Jov the new result of the sus tained efforts put forth and the great sacrifices made by the soldiers of the Allied democracies. The party like wise sees In the moe mado by the Central Powers, nccomptnled by the retirement of their troops from the fighting front, the pi obablllty that the enemy peoples will be brought to a clearer understanding of right and liberty. The resolution declares: "The party associates itself morti than ever In all acts of President Wil son' that will hae the result of giving satisfaction to the masses who strug gle and whd have the right more than all others pf having the lesponse (to the Central Poweis) not open, to any misunderstanding. It Is b this policy that the Socialist paity feels that It. like President Wilson, Is working to bring about a Just and durable peace." London Awaits President's Reply Continued from Pg One mn supervision, the offer weuld fall to meet the requirements of real self-determination by small peoples. Among the obstacles to the accept ance of the German peace proposals, as now presented. Is German) s attitude In regard to the qurstlur, or indemnities. It Is held here that the promise of an "effort to reach an understanding" on that paint does not go half far enough. The doctrine of the Indemnification of Belgium, to speak of no other countries which have fciiffered the raages of the German-made war, is one of the fixed tenets of British policy, and until Ger many accepts It as a preliminary to a peace conference there can be no con ference in which Kngland will partici pate.. President Wilson's inclusion of "the restoration of Belgium" In his four teen principles is held to show his full agreement with the British doctrine of Indemnity for Belgium. The changes In the German constitu tion, foreshadowed by Prince Max. are noted here with some skepticism. They indicate progress In the direction of carllamentary Institutions, but do not go the whole way toward the democrati zation of Germany. Much more radical changes are required In a constitution which makes the Emperor the supreme arbiter of peace and war befora the woTld can be made "safe for democracy." Guarantees, which alone can render the League of Nations a practical reality and not an idealistic program, are needed from Germany, One portion of the Chancellor's speech which Is attracting particular at tention here is that dealing with the protection of labor. Here the Prince has taken a leaf out of the British labor book, as set forth In the tabor party's statement of war alms, but he couples his proposals with an Implication of superiority of German system of labor Insurance, which the British Labor party will not readily accept. Official! Bllent on Offer tin comment was obtainable In official quarters esterday on the new peace proposals of the Teutonic Powers. It was felt that specific proposals had ap parently been addressed to President Wilson and that, consequently, to the President must be left full opportunity Of replying directly. It Is understood that no statement will be Issued hero except as supplementary to whatever response the President may decide to make. Austria's acceptance of the fourteen principles laid down by Wilson, taken In conjunction with the German Chan cellor's statement that Germany could accept these principles as a basis for negotiations, and also the program out lined "In the President's speech of Hep tember 27, Is regarded as meaning any thing or nothing.. Unless these verbal "agreements" have been sanctioned by mora specific under takings In the note which Prince Max has" addressed to Washington, the or flcial opinion In London Is that 'e Germany's as well as Austria's dej for peace cannot be questioned, evidence 'Is lacking that the former power Is at Uast -prepared to take steps which will snsk peace discussions possible on the WUMaiUHns, VQM WMOBioie says this morn- . r. ' ., , ' so unmistakably that there can never afterward be a doubt raised as to who won It and who lost It." The Morning Post says: The Imperial Chancellor speaks In the name of the Uerman Government, which Is unaltered. Ills attempt to rep resent recent superficial changes as a democratic reform Is a little too palpa ble. Therefore the peaco note falls to fulfill the condition postulated by Presi dent Wilson. 'The fact Is. the rulers of Germany now clearly perceive that victory Is out of their reach : therefore, they naturally desire to end the war as soon as pos sible upon the best terms they can secure." GERMAN REPENTANCE FIRST PEACE REQUISITE Ity the Associated Prcu I nndnn, Oct, 7. Distrust of Germany's Intentions anil skepticism lis to the result of the peace overturts of the Central Powers are re flected In comments made on the peace prnporals by the new spatters here The Mall will have nothing to do with (lerninnv. offer, which It Bass "means not peace but trickery." "In Prince Maximilian's speech" the newspaper continues, "there Is not a word of repentance for crimes Germany has committed, lie offers proposals which are less than the conditions that will be Imposed by the Allies as pre liminaries to anv discussion at all. "We did not allow Bulgaria to tell us what to do. We told her what she had ti do. We Intend to act preclelv In the same way with Germany and Aus tria. ."If the German people wish to know What .guarantees president Wilson and wis Allies require, tliey may be embodied In two Words "UTirnmlltlntifil aiinnrf.p'i The Germans must leave the territories iiirj nmp occupied, irstore the property they have stolen. pa for all the damage tnev nave done and surrender for trial by the Allies the great criminals of the war." The Mall f.r there are about GOO or these, nrirlmiirt,? , Itli it... i-.,. .......... r. nlso declares that Germany will In no circumstances be glien back her colonies Hill He n "Bargain Peace" This tllOtltnd Fkt cf,. ....... 1.1.,.. .......... I. the method of a people trv lug to strike a bargain, and the peace that Is coming if "Ii. etnlnir " be a bargain peace," savs the Telegraph The newspaper sees a marked change In Germany's attitude us to certain matters in dispute, but declares the pro posals as a wlmle to he Impossible l-ven the most stronglv pacific element In this country Ins Indorsed the demand for the evacuation of France and Bel glum, It snvs, -Ms condition precedent to negotiation ant! Prince Maxlmllau knows that, in asking for negotiations and an armistice while German armies are In I-ranee and Belgium, he is asking for nn Impossibility. Negotiating under such circumstances would be an ndmls slon of Germany's superiority and con cede the Iors of the war bv the nations who are aiming to break German mili tarism. For this reason ne cannot be lieve the peace offer to be seriously una lit." The newspaper repudiates the idea of trying to reach nn understanding as to Indemnity for Belgium It savs: "It Is a requirement of simple Justlco that Germany meet the account which will be presented her for the devasta tion and plundering of Belgium. There ale no fundamental changes In the Ger man administration Only a few men have been shifted and the Kaiser, and those who rule him, are still the real rulers of Germany." Wilson Prepares Peace Plea Reply Continued from Page One Austria trying to out foot each other to safety. Germany Is sensible of the dlnln. matlc advnntagc of holding Austria nnu turkey together with herself In approaching this country nnd the Allies. The situation Js summed up In Franklin's famous epigram "We must an hang together or we shall all hang separntelv." If Germnnv comes In nlone asking for peace after Austria nna TUrKeV have surrendered she knows she can expect nothing but mic-onuiuonai surrender. Faces Double Collapse Germany Is thus faced, on Hie one hand, by the danger of a military collapse, anal on the other hv the danger of a diplomatic collapse. She cannot debate long, nor haggle much, nor maneuver at her leisure. On the other hand, the Allies are supremely confident. It Is human when vou are winning to desire to give the last knockout punch. The armies see the weakness of Germany on the west front, and the Governments see with the eyes of the military. No one is In a mood for unnecessary compromises. The rejoinder to Germany Is likely to be firm, as firm as was the rejoinder a few days Ago to Bulgaria. There is little' reason to doubt that the course of the Bulgarian negotiations will repeat itself In the present Inter change with Germany. President Wilson is likely to reply quickly,, for he wishes to preserve his position of authority as spokesman for the Allies. There was a marked ad vantage in his quick rejection of Austria's last proposal. The Bulgarian collapse was hastened by It. , Bulgaria waited to hear what Wilson would say to Austria and then moved to be the first out of the burning building to save herself by seeking peace. Had there been delay, weakness, a disposi tion to talk, Bulgarl awould have waited. In a similar way Austria and Tur key ate waiting to hear what Is sata In reply to Germany. Decision on Mr, Wilson's part will register Its effects in Berlin, Constantinople and Vienna, And successful leadershl nln the nr. ent diplomatic maneauvers will con firm the Persident's position of inter national authority in the coming peace conference, and on that his real achievement as the leader of this nation In war will ultimately rest. WILSON PREPARES ANSWER ON PEACE i Washington, Oct. 7. A prompt and decirdve ieply Hi 'iermany'e latest peace pioposal Is indicated by develop ments In Washington eaily today. President Wilson canceled his usivil morning recieation hour and renfdned secluded in his study at wnrk Germany's peace note was delivered to cresiaent vv nson personally today by Frederick Oederlln. an attache of the Swiss legation. This gave rise to suggestions that lt came from Em. peror William himself. Quite Irrespective of the nature of the ieply, It seemed to be agreed that the Geiman note railed for a prompt reply so that the American people might not be misled Into telaxlng their efforts for tho fourth Liberty Loan, so that the American troops In the field may know at once the position of their Government and so that an offer of peace may leceive such diplo matic attention as It deserves. Unconditional Surrender "Unconditional surrender" is the answer of the American press to the appeal for peace made by Austria and Germany. The attitude of official Washington does not encourage the hope entertain ed by the enemy, that the Allies can be Induced to enter Into negotiations at a tlm when Germany's armies are. arawai reo- M Mr . EVENING 1'lTBtilC 111,11 )v Text of German Chancellor's Announcement of Peace Offer tTt.iiT?. i,UT ,'PC ot Prince I scribed time a minimum of similar. ','"?'? ' "a" of, ,IJuJen, new German lm- of nt least equally, efficient Institutions Z Ih '","CC".or' b.c.fc.rp ,ne K"lch8.! for the secutlty of life and health as tag Saturday, In which lm announced l for the cnte of laborers in the wise i . if. i hl" "ence "Hlel to Prcsl-lof Illness, accident or Invalidism , dent Wilson, follows In nccoi dance with the Imperial de cree of September 30, the German Um pire has undergone n lnslc alteration of its political leadership. "As successor to Count George I. von Hcrtllng, whose services In behalf of the Fatherland deserves the high est acknowledgment, I have been sum moned by the Hmperor to lead tho new Government. "In accordance with (he govern mental method now Introduced, 1 sub mlt to the Reichstag, publicly and without delay, the principles upon which I propose to conduct the giave responsibilities of the office. "These tirttirtnleo Mn, omi.. ....i. llshed by the agreement of the fed einted Governments and the leaders of the majority patties n this honorable house before I decided to assume the duties of chancellor They contain, therefore, not only my own confession of political faith, but that of an over whelming portion of the German peo ples lepresentatlves: that Is. of the German nation which has constituted the Kelchstng on the basis of a gen eral, equal and secret franchise nnd nuCor.dl.nB to their will. Only the fact that I know the conviction and will of the maJorltV Of the npnnlo nen LfinV of me has given me strength to take upon myself the conduct of the em pires affairs In this hard and earnest time In which we nie living. Pleads for Support of German People "One man's shoulders would be too weak to carry alone the tremendous tesponslblllty which falls upon the Government at ptesent. Only If the people take active part In the broad est sense of the woid In deciding their destinies; In other words. If responsl-bllltv- nlso extemls in rhn mi....u.. i r i.. -.:.:, ...."" "j"..ij ui ..i- iirnj eiccieu political leadeis, can the lending statesman cnnfliieniiv no mime his part of the responsibility In ....- Bcnne ot ioik ami rathcrlnnd, "Mv resolve to do this bno i...... peclally lightened for me by the fact that prominent leaders of the laboring class have found h wnv in n. ....... Government to the highest offices of me empire, i see therein n sure guar antee that the new Government will be supported bv the firm confldcnco of the broad masses of the people, with- Ui ..UU-.P irue support the whole un dei taking would be condemned to fall, ure In advance. Hence, what I snv today I say Is not only In my owii name and those of my official helpers, but In the name of the Gentian people. "The program of the mnjoritv par ties upon which I take my stand con tains, first, nn ncceptnnce of tho an swer of the former imperial Govern ment to Pope Benedict's note e a., gust 1. 191fi, and an unconditional ac- ii .. ."" "eicnsiag resolution or July 19. the some ie.ir t ....i declates willingness to Join a genet nl ".-- i nu uons DaHea on the foun dation of equal tights for nil, both strong nnd weak. Heady in Ilevlse CniiniieRl Treaties ir considers this solution of the rsKiaii iiPHiinri in ii its i. Pie'f, 'nWUtallon ivvledertierstellHne;) of Belgium, nnrlirularlv of Us Itule- in-iiurnrp nmi territorial Integrity. An ennrt shall lm made ..... i. n?ivtalldlnfc- nn the question of Indent- "The program will not permit the 'r, irraups niinerio concluded to be a hindrance to the conclusion of a general peace , "Its particular aim Is that popular representative bodies slmlll be foimed Immediately on a broad basis In tho Baltic nrov Ineea In Lithuania and Po. fand, We will promote the reallratlon of necessarv preliminary conditions therefor without delay by tho Intro duction of civilian rule. All these lands shall regulate their constitutions and their relations with neighboring peoples without external Interference. "In the matter of International poll cles. I have taken a clear stand through the manner In which the for mation of ,the Government was brought In all not purely military' questions, and hence especially as to censorsrhlp and rlrght of assemblage, the attitude of the civilian executive authorities shall make itself heard and that final decision shall be placed under the Chancellot's responsibility. (Applause.) "To this end the order of the Em "eror will he sent to the military com manders. With .September 30, the dav of the decree, began n new epoch In r.Tinaiij s Internal history. "The Internal policy whose basic tvlnelples are therein laid down Is of deciding importance of the ques tion of peace of war "The striking force which tho Gov ernment has In Its strivings for peace depends on whether It has behind It tho united, firm nnd unshakable will of the people. Only when our enemies feel that the Geiman people stand united back of their chosen leaders then only can words become deeds. (Applause.) "At the peace negotiations the Ger man Government will urp Its efforts to the end that the tteatles shall contain provisions concerning the piotectlon of labor und Insurance of laboreis, which provision shall enable the treaty-making States to Institute In their respective lands within n pre sented the. note fiom Baron Uurian. the Austio Hungarian foreign minis ter. to Secretaty Lansing at 10.30 o'clock. He was at the State Depart ment only a few minutes. The Austrian communication Is sub stantially similar to that from Ger many, and both ask Piesldent Wilson to arrange an armlRtice and for peace negotiations on conditions previously laid down by the Piesldent. It Is said nether of the offlcal texts dlfTets mate rlally from the version published In ptess dispatches. Secretary Lansing said there could be no comment on the Austian'pro-, posal until that of Germany also had' been received. No Official .Statement Hut theie was no abatement of the Indication that, if Germany seeks a "negotiation," leading to round-table conferences and diplomatic qulbbllngs, the offer will fall flat. This is Germany's first formal offer ot peace. It was noted that It was made to the President wit I a request thnt he Invite America's associates In the war to send plenipotentiaries for the purpose of opening negotiations. Attentlqn also was directed to the fact that throughout the note the term "the German Government" was used with the "Imperial" omitted, This copy of the bote, however, was not the official one. Sparring for Time In the general discussion of the pro posal, two thoughts were voiced In many quartets. One was that Ger many might be spairlng for time and winter td aid lief battered army, and the other that the German effort, com lug at this time, might have been ln tended to affect the fourth Liberty !"2i ISaKjeaS!" Jtttm t th el LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA. MONDAY, '' i . i I. . ,. "Of direct Importance nre the ion elusions which the Government In I me in ler span or its existence, has been able to draw from the situation In which It finds Itself nnd to apply virtually tn the situation. Mme than four years of bloodiest struggle against a world of numerically su pel lor enemies are behind us, yents full of the hardest battles nnd most painful sacrifices. Nevertheless, we nre of strong heart and full of con fident faith lit our strength, lesolved to bear stll heavier sicrlfices for our honor nnd fteedom nnd for the hap piness of ous posterity. If It cannot be otheiwlsc. (Applause) "We remember with deep and warm gratitude our brave tioops. who, un der splendid leadership, have accom plished almost superhuman deeds thtoughout tjie whole war and whose past deeds are n sure guarantee that the fate of us all will also In future be In good nnd dependable hands ir, their keeping. For months a continu ous, tenlble and murderous battle has been raging In the west. Thanks to the Incomparable heroism of our armv, which will live ns an Immottnl, glorl ous page In the history of the Ger man people at all times, the fiont Is unbroken. "This pi olid consciousness permits us to look to the future with confi dence. But. Juf because we are In spired by this feeling nnd the convic tion that It Is nlso our dutv to make certain that the bloody struggle be not ptolracted for n Rlngte day beyond the moment when a close of the war seems possible to us. which does not affect our honor, I have, theicfoie, not waited until today to tako u step to fuither tho Idea of peace. Intervention of President Asked Supporteti n.v me consent 01 an .. -..ll...2-l ..AH.. I.. .1.. ... duly authorized persons In the nn plre, and by consent of all our allies acting In concert with us. I sent on the night of October 4-S, through the mediation of Switzerland, a mile tn the President of the United Slates In which I requested hint to take up the bringing about of peace anil to com municate to this end with nil the bel ligerent Stales. "The note will reach Washington to day or tomorrow. It is directed to the President of the United Stairs, be cause) he, In Ills message to Congress January 8, 1918, and In his later proc lamations, particularly in his New S I .....I. f k2A..lA. ..!.- O ........... I lurik nirriu hi ?rin.iini:i i, jhfiu-' f n" r I vil u nrniram for 11 ffnnoml neael,,PU' 1 Or W OfHf which we ran accept us a basis for negotiations. "I have taken this step not imlv for the salvation of Germany and lis allies, but of all humanity, which has been suffering for years through the war. "I have taken It nlso because I be lieve the tlioivthts regarding the future well being of the nation which were proclaimed by Mr. Wilson are In accord with the general Ideas cher ished by the new German Government and with It tho oiem helming majority of our people. rsccflon of ipeech misslnp here. "So fur as I nm personally con cerned, In earlier speeches to other assemblages my heaters will testify that the conception which I hold of a future peace has undergone no change since I was Intrusted with the leader ship of the empire's affairs. "I see hence no distinction what ever between the nntlonal and Intel national mandates of duty in icspect of peace. Tor me the deciding factor Is solely that all pattlclpants shall with equnl honesty acknowledge these mandates as binding and respect them us Is the case with me and with other members of our new Government. And so, with nn Inner peace, which my clear conscience ns n man and as a servant of the people gives me, and which rests at the same time upon fit in faith In this great and true people, this people capable of every devotion, and upon their glorious nrm ed power. I nwalt tho outcome of the first action vvhlclj I have taken as the leading statesman of the Empire. Germany Ready for Peace or War "Whatever this outcome may be, I know It will nnd Germany firmly re solved nnd united either for an up right peace which rejects every selfish violation of the rights of others or tor a coiuiiiuance or the struggle for life and death to which our people would be forced, without our own fault, if the answer to our note of the Powers opposed to us should be directed by a ,1,7. .w "ot ,Ie"Pal1, ver the thought that this second alternative may come ' I know the greatness of the 'mighty I power yet possessed by our people and ' I.k.now at the incontrovertible con-! r'r'f,at thev were only fighting for our life as a nation would double these powers. (Applause. I hope, however, fov v, ..i.. ... n I"r.1ndo, llmt tho P'eaMent of the! United stAtes i.in .... i.. ' n i, 7 icccive our oner t - . "":1a"1 ' lien the door would be opened to a speedy, honorable peace Of JUStIco and recnnelllntlnn e ... .. well as for our opponents." to any proposal that the victorious forces, of the Allies and America should cease their steady push against he i eti eating enemy while there are discussions" of peace terms. As to the effect on the Liberty Loan, there was a quietly confident air every where that the American people would give their nnswer to the enemy pro- . t "" uut Peace on Allied terms by an even, 'greater oversub scriptton of the loan than otherwise might have been expected. GERMANY "ANXIOUS TO SAVE HER OWN SKIN" By the Associated Press 1-ondon. Oct. 7 Germany. In her latest peace offer, seems anxious to save her own skin, even at the expense of her allies, said George .Mcoll Barnes, member of the war cabinet. In a speech At Derby last night. Th latest offer showed no change i of heart and no change In the German By stem. The peace proposal only Indicated that the Oermans realized the change In the mili tary situation and the shifting of the balance of poweri he declared. . "" anything could come of the over tures." he said, "we should be foollVli lo deny ourselves that chance. But It would smooth and facilitate the pith to peace If the Germans showed some evl dence of work following their Dronos . tlons of faith. By clearing out oKStTe souls?" r,Um ,he' 0UU1 8"e thlTo"i! Nineteen Destbi at Camp Upton Cams 1'bIm. X. v.. net T.L.-n.i surgeon's bttllslin on the 'liiflisisrMsril. ARMISTICE U. S. PRESS SPURNS" ARMISTICE PROPOSAL Newspapers Unanimous in Demand for Unconditional Surrender by Kaiser Without excrpiion tlir Irattino nru 4 piper nf thr United Stntrx. in their editorial thti morulii, declare then ran lie only one tenia ,o the German peace propotnl o refusal to enter into anu neuottatlona until Ucimany uirciiilrrx. The A'rit York Timet It Germany wants peace let her do away with her Irresponsible braggart Kaiser and speak by a Oovrnment of her own people. It Is not from Prince Maxmlllan. answerable Only to Imperial authority, but from a minister respon sible to the German people that Ger many's plea for peace must come. He does not even describe himself, In his Itelchstug speech, as such a minister Compliance with the teims the Allies nre agreed in Insisting upon as Indispens able to a lasting peace demands of Germany an enforced or voluntary rhange of heart nnd purpose There can be nn change so long as the Hohen lollern, combining the political and military Ideals of Genghis Kahn with the moral principles of Attlla, holds In tht all seventy million subjects, al wave ready at his comma'nd to butcher their neighbors and seize upon their possessions More evils than Pandora's box contained have been let loose upon the world by Prussia, militarism, lust of conquest, brutal disregard of law and rlcht, perpetual alarms In time of peac and barbarous savageries In war, but Imperialism Is the root of them all The world will know no safety while It con tinues to exist Acii York Sun Kor the Allies tn ngiee tn stop hsin- cine n. n. .. n.. ' i... merlng the Germans, pending n br galnlpg for ttrms, until winter tame to the relief of the Kaiser's collapsing military machine wmiltl be nn tut nf i mauness on the part of the Allies, and It.. Illl ... . . the Allies are not madmen. Kor the nuns the only act that the Allies can trust Is unconditional surrender. iVetc VorA Tribune It Is true that we have.lald down cer tain abstract condltlnns nf peace, but these concern only our allies and our selves exclusively and are not open to Germany for dlcusaon Wo have laid down one condition of war the only one nnd that Is to use force, force to the utmost, force without stint or limit,' until we shall have destroved forever In this world the Indecent, Intoleiable, criminal thing that now holds out Its dripping hand. Press reports give sulllclcnt evidence that the military rulers of the Central Kmplrcs have at last re-l'7ed to some extent the Judgment that Is hang ig over them To have what It can from .the wreck what further motive inn have Inspired It (the Imperial German Government) and ..s Austrian vassal in rent wing so soon and In phrases o little changed a pro posal for a negotiated peace.' The an swer to this question, we believe Is that autocracy Is whlpptd and knows It Is whipped Sew York Herald The hit dog yelps' From Berlin and Vienna come simultaneous peace vails, with the exhausted Turk echolrg a fee ble "me, too" What Prince Maximilian asks and all that he asks Is "peace by negotiation" a Prussian peace what he asks Is an armistice It Is the same old trap. There will be no armis tice. Thcro will be no negotiations until Germany prefaces Its plea with unconditional surrender We have Just begun to fight. Boston Herald "Let us beware of calling a hilt to listen to empty talk which Is intended to flatter and dupe The proper course was taken with Bulgaria. She was re fused an armistice and reoulred to lay down her arms, retreat to her own ter .llory and demobilize her army. Treat her partners In the same way Uncon ditional surrender Is the door to real peace negotiations." Chicago Tribune , Now we have the diplomatic Fried- ensturm. tho greatest offensive of the war. We hear now that the President's fourteen points are acceptable to the new regime. We do not doubt It Noth ing could be cheaper than the official Kaiser Tclh His Army and Navy of Peace Move Berlin (via Basle), Oct t. Empetor William, In a proclami Hon to the German army and navy, dated October 6, says: For months past the enemy, with enormous exertions and almost without pause In the fighting, has stormed against your lines. In weeks of the struggle, often with out tepose, you have had to pre serve nnd leslst a numerically far superior army. Therein lies the gieatness of tho task which has been set for you and which you are fulfilling. Troops of all Ger man Stutes are doing their part and aie heiolcally defending thp fatherland on foreign soli. Hard Is the task. My navy Is holding its own against the united enemy naval forces and Is unwaveringly sup poiting the army in its difficult struggle. The eyes of those nt home rest with pilde and admliatlon on-the deeds of the army nnd navy. I express to you the thanks of my self und the fatherland. The collapse of the, Macedonian front has occurred in the' midst of the hardest struggle. In accord with our allies, I have resolved once more to offer peace to the enemy, but I will only extend my hand for an honorable peace. We owe that to the heroes who have laid down their lives for the father land, and we make that our duty to our children. Whether arms will be lowered Is a question. Until' then we must not slacken. We mu,st, as hitherto, excit all our strength unwearily lo hold our ground against the on slaught of our enemies. I The hour is grave, but, trusting In your strength and In God's gra cious help, we feel oureelv.es to be strong enough to defend our be loved fatherland. ' .OCTOBER 7, 1018 . uoutlon by a ilefrntni1 l'oi.,lom i ,1,. fourteen points Clet eland Plain 'Dealer. 'There Is but one possible termina tion to the war. The fighters will never pause until Patsdainlstn Is beaten down Into the dust and until the Germany that seks terms Is a non.potsdam Ger many Germany can have the peace that has come to Bulgaria She can have the peuee of utter surrender! the peare that Is based on pare assurance of future detency Initial for Canadian Tool Compati) Montreal. Oct 7. The Canada Pncu. matlc Tool Company has declared an Initial quarterly dividend of 1 per cent The dlreitors atuinunied that the com pany In the near future will erect ii large maiiufaituilng plant In this iltv to take tare of the rapidly Increasing business ZBeatfjs run i ?2 S" pneumonia. Oct 8. iuiA'i'Ji' ". JVi!.'""1 of Chrlatlan C (ne Illlrklel uk-.I 3V Funfril Tiles S p. m . ratiier-ln-lan a rrlilenre .tntin Hllrklf, 21 J7 . nth t Int rrlvale Northuond Cem. M11IOTT IV t r. ItOHKIlT AIIMOTT, son or IInrirr ,S ami Teresa Abbult nnf.l 3 Rerilre. prijm nurrnlx reslUrnte, Amla lull Pa Writ Int prltate ACItllVIIVCIt Oil I CllltlHTIANA M wi of J'.or." ". "!l."m Aehenbaeh (Hen liltkle) aerrf l of Hasten Pn lunrral rervlrea Vlon e, lUuahtrC home. .Mrs John Adnlplt '.'ll-i lllnk. nt Kanlnn II.. malm m.l he timed at Niirlll VUr Hill ehapel. Iietween 1 anil 2 p m. Turn Imme. Jlate family lnltert ..AIVivw ' rnumonla Oct t t 1IOWK All ms 31 son f fir. J Howe Adania and Mariaret unew Adama, aged .'.'. or Ulna- Paoll Pa Tues 2 30 p. m AT.tlKP. Oct n, ALIIKIIT. nu.l.and of -7.,!"'t,,"j W,"r n",J 7I Helatlvea and friend Tnunaer itarnnerchor of Phlla,. invited tn funeral aerMcra, Thura . 11 a m . eon In-lsn a rralileni e Mantel Lamb. 1 1 ri ' "J 1th at t'anid-n N J. Int private. New (amden e'em Prlcnda may call Wed . 7 to v p m At.nnitlllT Outdenll Oil .-. of pneu- m.inla mux WKsi.r.v Ima.und of Alarv A Albright (nee Cuthhertl UBed 2 I'll neral nerMira Tile- 3 p m . .I.'l" N New. I'K at Int private, Northwood Cem I.lmouilne funeral M.llt'ltMr'lt At tstn rtlltenhniise eouare Oct. i JACOIl TKVO.V AI.IIL'ROKR aed !', 1 unernl services Tue ' 11) p m prila'e ,M 1S-' Chc"tnu' ' "nt iiA,,JA.w??.5..T:.0cV . of r.neumnn!a. ant it i . . .. tiHuanirr or uawarn; I. 4 l t ! a rrnA 111 L.,H...I , .Y'V'f'.J private Tuea. 2 p" m. 4339 rr.nAr1'l Krankford Int erlvate. Ti.rU." .V "' ':"' """"la ik i .1 JWHM i... u" of Catharine nnd late John J Allan iirrd 13 Mineral Weil 2 P in !70,hf,r ." realdeme '-1"" X. llaniorlc at . rU?!.r.".'"1 ' ",1 Atvo funeral. vi'niTnL".!!J15 r: .'.V of oneumonla MOURNl'i: BTI.VIA Al.TIIOPSi; only clauahier of Prof Calvin f und Florence M Althouae aaed 12 cars " monlha II tlava denrr - yien i in ii m parents' re 1 .17 vv I.ehJtth ave Int. prlvntae lllllaldn I i..'V!.".t.F:" "et of pneunionli MAI1I.K lll.VNCIIr: wife Pf William It Ambler and daughter of Thomas and Mar) L. Addison Melallvra Invited aervlres, 'tuea s p m., husband a residence 4311 Ijiurcston st Itnjborouah Int Xtanaanuan N J, wt MIKIIEIt Oct II MIMA M. wife nf Albert And rer (nee Itcrr). of Influenra Kuiural Thuri 0 n m 2lltl Oermantown "Ve Int private llr.lv Redeemer Cem r.iAi'IBns,,v " Pneumonia. Oct 8. AN nithiW J huiband of ("ecetli Anderson and ann of Citharlne nnd late .lurnb Anderson runeral Thurs a m n.'l K Jlovamrn sine ave int. prlv He. Holy Cross Cem Auto funeral ANIIERSOV, Oct 4 of pneumonia. THOMAS II actd 1(1 brother nf Mrs, Al Pert Clemnts. 3711 Leonard at funeral Tuea m 2 3i) n m frnm ,h(. n,t1(i Vhuvler Bide Ilroad and Diamond sts. Int. strlrtlv prlvnte ANDES! Oct (I of pneumonia, MART i. daughter of Vlnrcaret and late John n Anu M n Relatives and frlenda Invited ta funeral sertlcea Tuea, 8 p. m real deme nf Rv James It Kerr, 3,1 nnil Main sts f'ohvvn Delaware iount)'. Ta. Int. lionet brook Pa Wed afternoon. . AVMNI.IIT Oct (1 of Diieumonlv. KATHKItlNi: VII. vtlfa nf George Annealey (nee ieri.cr) l'uneral Wed . 10 a. in , 2"ns K le-hUh ate Int Hol Cross Cem Auio service Solemn requiem mass HI Ann's i hureh at convenient of family. , AT Oil V. of pneumonia. I.TrI ATZ '" ItJU). wife nf VVIIIInm J At Funeral. Vtd 11 n ni 3431 Tampi at Int. private IIAI.DT Oit !i of Intluenja. WII.I.IAM J., son of l.illa and lata Frederick llaldt, aped 'JS Funeral Vlon . R p. m . .IJ48 N. Ilroad at Int nt Coatesvllle. Tues IlAltTIt Oct r, of ineumonla CARI, PAt'l, III'DOI.I'H husband of Dorothy i: llarth (neo Wilson) and son of ( hirlea and F.llribetli llarth aaed .'0 Itelallvea and frlemla Invited to funeral services Tues. 2 p in . .Sir, Dawson st , VV Jsahlcknn. Int ermiie orintvoo(i vem auio lunerai IIAIIF.lt Oct .- of pneumonia CAWiIK tiAUi:n (nee Jlcserlrl. wf 0f Frederick liauer ased 2f. -uneral. Thurs , u p in . KV2 Ozontz ate Int prltate, Chelten Bills Cem IIV7.IV O.I K CAHOI.IVr: FOV nin r of Fnille Ilarln aired s.' Itelallvea and frl-nd Invited to funeral Thurs 1 n m (Ml Hazel ave Int Old Cathedral in nKl'k' At 412 N Hlsl et rormerlv of Camden N I . Oct 4 AVDItEAS nushsnl of Vlartha Kllzapeth Andca lleck aced 7ft Itelatites and frl-ndi i.ttud-n Lodge. No 1 I o O F. Invited tn servlies. Tues 10 a. m Oliver II Pair Hide Is.'O Chest nut si Int private Ilarlrleh Cem Cam den N J Camden. N J paper copy IIKI.I. O. t. fl CAnol.ISi: A, daughter of Aiurunt Hell and the late Aunato Helt 1114 Hot "liver st Due notice of funeral will he Blven HKDKI.I, Oct r of pneumonia T.OOIs JAM hi husband of Lisle VV (nee Hfntl) snd son of Jamea IT and Margaret J. Be dell (neo Long) aged 27 I uneral Thurs 1pm. flu.'t Trinity place Int. private Ml VInrlnh Cem Monroe Co papera copy, ItmiLOU Or nneiinmntn Clef 4 .11. V NIL D wife of David lledlow and daugh ter of Joseph I and late Jennie Doughertv aged 2ft Funeral prlwte, Wed . II a m , 344 Cantrel st. Int Itolv Cross Cem. HLOI.LY At Chester. Pa , Oct. ft MAttT daughter of John nnd Kunlte llcgley (nee Callahan) aged 20 Relative and friends Invited to funeral Wed . mither'a residence 11 J4 Spruce jit Int M Allchael a Cem I1RISLL Oct. 3. linVRY IlLIIKL aged (12 Relatives and friends Kureka Aasem- bl No .is. A O VI. P . Invited tn rnncral servkes Tues . 8 v m.. 717 F. Tioga at. Int (Ireenmount Cem. hemnlns may bo viewed Mnn eve Auto funersl I IIKt.LAK In the service of his country. of pneumonia, at 210. C at , V VV Wash. Ington. D C ot. 4. Lnslgn losT.PH FVl's si'.TT HLt.l.AIv. formerlv of Thlla son of lllaniho A and late I .coj.nl I VV Ilellalt Services rues . 2 p ni Oliver II Hair HMg . 1H2D Chestnut st Thlla IHl.NDI.lt of pneumonia, at Maenoltn N J Oct (I. FRANK HI.KK IIKNIJKIt son of Kpnk nnd Deborah Render (nee l.dnards) Relatives and friends Invited to funeral services Wed 3 p 111 residence of father Vlagnolia Int Herlln N J Remains may be viewed lui 7 to n n m nr.SVKR Oct. nf pneumonia, at U15 fiermantown ave. Otn HF.SAN s , widow of William Henner nnd daughter of lata Captain David and Sarah N Smith. Services and Int private HKRO O.I Ii of pneumonia WII.MRR. VI husbind of lllanrhe O llerg aged IV Funeral services at phrlnrs of Fmmanuel Asher & Hon 1002 Diamond at . Tues III J (J a m Int private Adotlv Jeshurun Cem IlIAESl'II Oct 1 of pneumonia, nitACF! wife of Henrv W. Hlaearh and daughter of Martha and lata William Fleming, age I 2fl Funeral Tues , Ii a ni . parlors of J-rrderlck Mann Jr. lnih st lielow Mont gomery ave In private Arlington Cem New Jersey I1II.LIVOHAM Of Influenza Oct 1. AHIIIt'll F. son of Klljaheth and lain Jo. seph. Illlllngham, aged '.'. Funeral prl vale Thura , V a m. Oliver II Hair tilde.. IS20 chestnut st Int private. IHSSF.T Oct ft. or pneumonia r.UTl, A niSSKY Funeral Wed . H p tn , residence of brother. Jir It A Hlssev. 341s Old York road Int Thurs South rerkaslo Cem on arrival of 10 3.' a m. train from Wayne Illinium HOKSE Oct it of pneumonia HOWARD , inn ni jann if inn hmmi. nn,, u...v 83. Funeral Wed . 8 a, m . apartments of ttuiiaiii ft iirtttersoy. itaill .N. liroau St. Int Jrltale. Holy Sepulchre Cem. HOISTOV Oct. ft QLOItaL. husband of ijrarn t. ihjibiuii itemtivra ana irienas In vited to funeral services Hethavrcs. Pa . Wed 2 p. m. Int Ivy Hilt Cem HOONb Of Influenia CX t. 4 MARY A. wife of James II lloone and daughter of Man and Isle Patrick McDermott. Funeral Tuea , II a m 2120 Watklna st. Int. pri vate. Holy Cross Cem HOOril Oct. a of pneumonia, MAR OARF.T wife of William llooth (lie, lien nett) Funeral Wed 11 a m. 1417 Holly wooil st .Services 12 m Int. private, New Cathedral Cem Auto funeral. HOW L.V. Oct. ft. of pneumonia. MAP.Y ALV1IRA wife of Dr. David It llowen and daughter of Theresa and late Sherman M Vlorrls Moe of Owego, N Y , aged 80. Int Owego. NY ' now EV At Mt. Hollv, N. J . Oct. . MARY IIEHECCA. wife of John A. llowen aged 20 Itelallvea and frlenda Inv'ted to fu neral, residence of aunt. Mrs. Alice E. Frake. 21 Oreen at. Mt. Hollj. ji. , Wed.. 2 P tn Int Hrotherhood Cem IlOVVTRS. Oct . ELKANOrt H. dauih ter of the late Daniel J. and Harsh Cox. Relatlvea and frlenda Invited tn fnh.i Wed. 1 p. m. 230. K, Johnson at.. Herman, town. Int. Chrlten Hills Cem. Remains "'VnSeo.'n.". "I" AUI funeral A?SKa?.S,'i' ?f Pneumonia. MARY DAVIS, wlfa of Charles II. Howera. Fu. nsral aervlces. Wed , !p ra, (1031 Ellsworth ,,'.,eXn,t .. "&.' ." '-u" lll Cem, ..lIyr,.K.0ct.. of Ipnusnis. CATIA. IH.SH C (nee Cavanaugh) wlfa of liernard Itoyle. Funeral Tuea , 8 SO a, m . T31 VV, Allegheny ave. Int private. Holy Cross Cam. Auto service. Requiem mass latsr at 81. Veronica's Church iiiui.r. uci. i-. HAllAll, daughter or laatt Jamea and Ann Hoyte. of Kllmscren. man. County Donegal. Ireland. Rclallyss and friends, also League of tn. R.erd il.art and tho Sodality of the Church of tha clesu Rono Mora Soctsty, Invited to funeral, Mon.. 7.30 a. m.. lajs Thompson, at. Solemn ,ra- uiem mass cpucn of ths Oeau. Int. Holy I.' nw ;"- Tar.-.-..v imhii. ibimhi AH- aaaS.tr,, !,- -(, nKATHg IlnAhl.KT Oct. R, of nneumnnta. JOHN n, huaband ot lata lther Ilradlejr Fu hr' yed,. 2pm. 231(1 ft ,, (Front '"St.l'JK' I.1-' Jnl- Private, Auto service. Pir,llf:. r'jneral Wed lo a m . 4,J4 Plna t. Int Holy Cross Cem Auto funeral. nrtKNNAN. Oct 4. ntANCIS It., hua. ."".V t-oule Naael llrennan nelatlves Ivi!1!. ,nlt"l to funeral, Tuea , 10 a. m. 3121 N. Ilroad at. Int. private,. ItaJ IiTii f,ii?..i vuwea Jlon , after T p. m ai'i!nit:NiN;TA S"'' '-inthorne Oct 4 ii."' d!.u?hl.r of Ldward and Parah ;.... ,"f "eiatttes snd friends Invited to QiV.'r T.1"? ,i ..m residence of father. ?lt.'St.1 "'"r"1..10 SO a m Int. St. Andrew's t hurchvard. Newtown l'. aiIntt:n''.'.T ."T. 0,, " ' pneumonia, Annir:. wife of nyrom llrlerlv and daugh. KI-,-I.?,Til"! ""d.e Mar Shaw rinvard. .LnV' Wr' l1n p m. T VV Washing. 1 ?it.WniL"n '"'rrlisle Iw Hill Cem lllirKKJH Tn. fx'1 '- 'nls. m:.va Bt,0V.el.S.v,'', rV." ''a" n m. at 5i.!fr''nrl KollD,rv. 'louse. South Lana. d0?Iin.Twrt'i,)rb): '" ,n' Private iiIi,.,AtMcAU. 0c,i .4- of Pneumonia. tLl,iRTi.r' Jr,l "n C. and lata st!n,".I,W.'P" lunerl Tues . t p m , 2411 N. 11th st Int private, Mt. Peacsj linoTHEtt FIDKt.I1 (James CHIIagher) Oct 4 Relatlvia and friends Invited to funeral, from his late residence. Int Ammnn .r.......'"n 'norn Scranton papers copy HROCNI.LY Oct, 1. FDVA C. HROtlN t.KY (neo crews) wife of Jlnbert s. nroun ley, Jr aged .11 Relatives and friends In ylted to funeral servlcea Tuea. -J p. m . husband s residence 17 B Msdlson ave , Colllngswond N J Int prlvste. Friends tna call Jlon after 7pm DltOWV Oct 3 nf Influenri ELRAVOR v D , daughter, of Irving J and Mary flrnnn (nee Hart) aged II Adult friends Invited tn funeral VTnn m ...i I.... of parents 3421 Kelm st Int Private IIIKIVV V U Cimn lilt is. i nf pnen. monla. Private HFOlt FRANCIS, aged 23 on of VInr K (nee Mttann) and late Jamea lirnwn solemn mass of renulem for the feimse of hl soul at St. I'ulumlia'a Church Funeral Tue -j an p m :;jin w I ebigh ate Mineral and lm private Holt svpul chre I em Cnl adult relatltes and friends mat i mI Vlon eve ItnoW.V Oct .1 of pneumonia HARAIt J wife nf Joseph V Hrown Due notice of funeral will be given Mil 2d st .HHOVV At Vlt Hollv. J Oct 4 U'SANVA I)., daughter of 'tary J and Robert Vt Hrown aged 2 Relatives and friends Diughtrrs of America of Mt. Hollv and Camden Y W C. A. Invited to funeral Tues 2pm, parents' residence. 181 Water st , Mt Holly Int Mt. Holly Cem Remains may be viewed Mon . 7 lo 0 p m ti!l.l.l4.'.?TAT,r"lln..ct.." of Pneumonia MART I v.. vt fe of Ret II Ilrn.ra, u..l 3." jears end ' month" Funeral services nn Thurs .1 p. in prrilsdv at her late resirtcme s,o N 7th st Int prlv-ite, at I crilteo.e1 Ill-IITVSAT.T. ..net 1 nt Vn..l.l. r-... ."."-' .... --.. .. ... ...... ..I. . uilll, nf Innuenzi LVIVIV IlKRVtri: HV1ITH. wife or or ii i minis in aim daughter or Llllle and late Harrt Hmllh of llulmetllle Int Heechtvool (Vm .Mon Mineral private CVIUI.l, Oct 4 of Inftuenzt .tnitv husband nf Fllzaheth Cahlll (nee Palmer), aged 31 an employe of Penna R R FVi neral. Tins in n ni 1"12 S Ouenther St. Int prlvnt.. Ilnlv Cross Cem CAI.T.AHAN Oft 4 nf nneitm-!- CI VRF..VCF. husband of f.tura JI Wntklns I illahan nnl son of Daniel and late Mar nret Cniiahan Funeral Tues ,na m . I2J1 Porter st Int. private. Holy Cross Cem Auto funeral CM.LAIIAV Oct ft st residence nf mother Jtrs Margaret f V el.ee nm-. firing ilinlen st VIVRY O wlfo nf Chsrlea A Callahan Jr Notice of funeral will be given -A5!'I'1'N , "CI .?. "' M'eumonla. n l.DVA ilaughler of Elward and Fllzaheth Cnllen, aget 7 Funeral services Tues. 1 p m "tl7 Pine -t Int prltnte CADWAI.LVDFlt Oct 4. I'nl niAnr.vr.B V CVDWVI.LVDKR late of Second Penn. svlvanla Heavy Artlllerv aged SI Friends Imltid tn funeral services. New Ilrlahmn tlnptlst Churih Rucks Co Tues Train leave Rending Terminal ot 11 15 a m CAMPI1EI.1. Oct S. nt Infltiin... JAM! S son of John and Susan Campbell, nf Corrowhugh I.ower Jlovllle, County Donegal tretind Funeral Tues. 10 SO a. m 2104 s Hancock st Int. private. St. Denis's Cem CARVES Of Influenrn at Prehvterliin Hospital. Oct 4 OWI'.VI.t.HN. daughter of William F and Curollne Csrnes formerlv of Wilmington, Del Services and Int, prl- CARR Oct ft JOHN T husband of Mae Carr (nee llub-r) and son of latn Cornelius and llebecta Carr Due notice of funeral. inn vierirran si I' Villi Oct .',. of Influenia. MOnnTH J. husband of Mvrtle Carr (nee Quear) and son of Alfred C nnd Iste Lllen Carr. I-unerat. Tues .1 n m 221 Church lane, Gtn Int, private. Holy Sepulchre Cem. CARROLL Of Influenrn. Oct. 3 ANNA M daughter nf Alexander and late Johanna Carroll (nee Hanlev) Funeral private. 1B22 Ssth ave. fink Lane, Tues, 10 a. m. Int. Holv Hepulchre Cem I "A BY of tmeiimonla NELLIF Oct ft and MAKIIARKT Oct .", wife and daughter nf James Caeev and daughter and grand daughter nf EHjMheth and late Joseph Don nellj Funeral Thura . I a m Int private Holt- Cross Cem CAHSIDY Of pneumonia. Oct. ft. JIICH ALL J son ot Mlihael and l.lte lulla Can sidy, of HlStti Field Artlllerv. Rattery R. Funrrol Thura. N m a tn 37." Mtnnton st , Kails of schuttklll Int private West mini ter Cem CASKFY Oct. S. of pneumonia CHAR t.OTTE MAY wife of Fdward Caskey and diugliter of Charles and Charlotte Vander slice, aged 2ft Funeral. Thurs 3 n m.. 33S(I Richmond at Int prltate. Ilelvue Cem CAV'A.VAUdll Oct .1 JIATII.DA wlfa V. .iit-ii,,- i itiHiiuuKii. ii lUKiiirr ui mir I Philip nnd Julia Hmall llrlatltea and friends Invited to funeral Wed 1 in p m 173iJ S 4th st Int Mt JlnHah Cem Auto serv ice rrieno. may can lues , aticr il p m, CHANDLI.E Oit 4, of pneumonia F.I.l.EV C wife of Oliver Chandlee and daughter nf Francl. X and late I. Hen C Illke n.lniltea anil friend. Invited to funeral Wed in a m IMO N Allison st Int private Holt Cross Cem ClLVPPELL. Oct II JOSEPH T hus band of Vtar chappell aged 2S Funeral services Frl 2 p in , fnlher's residence, 40V i: llilnes at Otn Int private. I'll VRI TON Oil 1 nf Influent I JO f-El'il snn nf Edward nnd Christina Charl. tun (nee Matt) aged .'1 funeral Tuts 1 n ni 111') Dunton st Int private, Oak Ian I Cem CI1II.DS JV-t .1 nf nnenmnnla nnn. ERT 1IANCK husband nf late Orare Wlsmer Chllds and snn of M Errlck.nn and Isabel llanca Chllds aged 2S. I uneral services. 'I'ne. Ill n m l..ini tie b.10l oermantown ave Int. private CHRIST Oct ft CAROLINE wife of Edward Christ (nee Si hwartz) aged M of Influenra Relitlves and friends Invited to funeral Wed 3pm 41' W Ituscomb st Olnet hit prltate CLARK Oct ft, IDA F wife of Thomas vV Clark and daughter of Catherine and late Thomas F small Funeral Wed. 10 s m Delchester farm Chester Co., Ta Int St Denis's Cem Auto funeral I'LVRK Oct 4 JVJILS li hualianil of Elizabeth Clarl. (ne. Adams) Relatives nnd friend. Holt Vam" nciett of the Church of ih. lmmaiulutn Cnnceptinn Arm of sihmltt i'n Intlted to funeral Wed 7 .10 a in 01 Haddon ate Camden High mass Churih of the Immaculate ( nuceptlon Ham Int Caltar Cem Friends may call Tues. eve CI.VSH (lit ", of pneumnnli FDVA O daughter nf Adnlph nnd Ottllda Class aged IN. l'uneral Tues 1 p ni parents' ri wiuence i tia r inrnrn si nu private Oreinwnod (K of p ) Cem CLAYHFROEn At t.umbcrtnn V J Oct ft MAIIEL IHl'RSTOV daughter of Ilenjamtn F and Helen E Clijherger aged 21 Relatives and friends Invited to funeral Wed. 2 p m, residence of psrents VTofh st I umherton N J Int Evergreen Cem CI.FARY Oct 4 H'LIV CI.KAIlYfnee Casey) widow of Dennis Clearv Relatives an I friends Invited tn funeral Wed , S a. m 241 1 Vteredlth st Int private CI.nVlENCK Suddenly at his lit. real dence nt Merlnn Station Pa Oct .1 FD WIN nOMAINE CI.EJIEM'i: ninernl services and Int private Delaware papera copy CLEMF.Vs Oct 5 of pneumonia. REItA. wife of Henrv J Clemens and duughter of Kll and Ann.v Sullender Funeral services Thurs 2pm IS21H Harlan st Int pri vate Fernwond Cem CODY Oct 4 of pneumonln, PATRICK J. CODY at 2214 Pltzwater si Relatives and friends invited to funeral Wed 8am Int private Holv Cross Cem COI1.V Oi t ft of pneumonia CFLLV daughter nf Carrie and lata Charles Cnhn aged 27 Funeral servlcea private w'ed 1 P. m. 141ft S Ilroad at Int. private, Mt carmei cem COl.OAN Of pneumonia Oct 3 AVNIE V and Oct 6 RITA wife and daughter of Matthew I Colgan and daughter and grand daughter of John and late Annie Dnugherty Fui.erala. Wed , 8 a ni Int private. Holy Cross Cem CO.VOKK Oct .1 of pneumonia NEL LIE, wlfa af f-chutler Conger Funeral, Tues ,10 a m 211ft N Garnet it. , Int prltat Cathedral Cem COVNER Oct 4 of Influenaa HARRY VV'.. son of Dennis and Lizzie Conner (nee Klein) age 12(1 Funeral from MO E. Thomn. son st Int private Hillside Cm. Auto funeral COSVERY Oct ft, of pneumonia. JAMES JI husband nf Marj Vf Converv snd son nf late Thomas and Urldget Con. very Funeral Thura 1ft 30 a in , 2743 W, York st, Irt Holy Cross Cem CONV'ERY Oct h MARY widow of Edward J Convery Relatives and friends Invited to funeral Tues, to a in. 414J Terrace st , Manavunk. Int, Weatmlnster Cem Auto funeral. mMVKV OI oneumonta. Oct !l MAR TIN, aon of Martin and Annie Convey (nee Oallagher). aged 3 yeara Funeral, to which relatives and friends Invited. Wed, 1pm, parenta' residence, 120 Emily at, Int Holy Cross Cem. Auto service, covway. Oct, 2 Patrick:, husband of Sarah J. Conway, Funeral Mon . 10 a, m., 21 In Summer st. Int Hi!- Cross Cem COOPER. Oct 3. JAMES L., aon of lata William K. and Charlotte Cooper (ne Alta. mus). aged 78 Relatives and frlenda, James A. Oarfleld Republican Club ot 16th Ward, invited to funeral Tuea, 2 P ' m.. 1189 Oer. mantown ave. Int private. Monument Cem. Frlenda may rail Mon., 7 tn p. m. COOPER. Oct B leOl'ISA II , widow of David Cooper, aged DO Relatives and friends Invited to attend funeral aervlces, VVed2 1 fm.. residence of aon, I.oulg Vv, Cooper, 123 E at Int. Fernwood Cem. Frlenda mar call Tuea.. after 7 p. m. COOK. Oct, of pneumonia, (IRonOR W. C. COOK. 4(101 Sprlngrleld ave.. W Phils. Due notice of funeral w III b given. COhTF.LI a Oct .1 KI.LKV JL. daugh- tsr of Walter A sod Klltalieth C Costello (ne Donohue) need M monthi A Atm Fu- neml Tufi. a n. ra . r.Wne- of irnnd. " Chiirlfi Donahue. X411 H. ISth it. ra . rtiuienrsi nr mrann. s - ii.fi- . MAh, f ArSnteM-ltfr f'Wjp'i- nKATHfl f ( i m, resldene at parents: SIS t'raetea si. . ej - noieinn mass or requlfm later t ....,. i. trV.. .-. .. utsm is t.r Bt. JCn that's "' Cross Cem. .ici.-'.. mi. iioi, i men cem. COTI.K.-r-Oct. 3, pf pneumonia, Ji t. 3, pf pneumonia, JOjnf J, and Nellie Coyi. FustI , parents' residence. 1JJS H., , ive. Int. private. New Cats-. eni ot .loon Weil . I n. n Mnvamensln ave, itral cem, CTtAUl Suddejilr of pneumonbs. IVf HA CLAnE.VCR M . hilsbana ot Aflco Crststl i (nee Connelly) and son or Mary .nA lath Robert M. Craig, aged 3ft. Funeral 'private. f mother's residence 70 II Paybroolt arV Thurs , 2 p. m. Int, Mt. Morlah, Cm. P CRAIO Sept. 30. (1FOROR A. CKAM, ? son of r.lla ami late William II Craig -sain 27 Vunera1 from mother's residence. Its) W.r' Tioga at, int Oreenmount Cem CRAW'FORD Oct 1. of rnnuM. . , AV1ELIA C . wife of William VV. Craw lent and daughter of Marr and lata Itenrr C- -a hlmer. Funeral WM . 2 p m . residence nf husband. 4819 Klngsesslnc ave4 Xnt-i private. CROSPI.KY Oct. 1. CECIt. ttATMOVO. , son nf John Howard and Almlra Croaaley (nee llartlett) aged 27 Relatlvea and frlenda Invltrd to funeral 'services, Turs , 9 ri m parents' residence, Jlunroe ami Atlantle ave, Jtagnoha. N. J. Int. Hmllha Landing, ,V ) W..I CROVETTt JEVNtK. wife of Alhart A Crovetlt and daughter nf Elizabeth T. an late Wm. Jt Cooper, Fuseral private, 114 , South at. Int, Mon., g a. m.. Holy Cross Cem. CL'ni.ER Of pneumonia. Oct ft, JOHJf.v son of Frederick and Ella Cubl.r (nea Stinger) Funeral. Tnurs., .1 p m.. BtIT Sprue, st Int. private, Fernwood Cem CCMMI.Vils Suddenly it 4. JOSEKf. son of late Dr. Joseph cummtngs formerly nf 3d and Pine sts and late of Waahlncton. Ii C , Naval Department, burled from OH. ver If Hair Hldg., Tues afternoon. CCVIMINS Oct .1 of Influenza JOHM K.. son of Edmund f,. and late Margaret Cummins Funeral Tues , a a. m . 11142 8, Coneetnga st Int. Holv Cross Cem CFNVAVE Vt. 3. JOHN B. CUNNAJtat. husbind of Catharine cunnana (nee Moller). Relatives nnd friends. Washington Cams, No lflff; Penna. Commanderv. No. 82. P. o F of A : Jnsca Tribe. No 170, I. O R. M.t Itha Council. No. PI. D. of I' t employ nf Ajax Jletal Co and members of K. W. Memorial Ilaptlst Chutrh. Invited to funeral. Tues, 2 p m.. 2411 VV. Mayfleld at. Int. private, tlreenmount Cem Frlenda mar view remains Mnn , s to 10 p. m i'1'lll.KTT. vt B of pneumonia. VTAf, TER H. son of Walter H. ami .Tennla A. Curlett agv-1 li formerly of f.50 Thompann st I-jnerat services. Wed., p m.. 21S Essex ave Narberth. Int private. CIIRLEY. Oct. 4 THOMAS, husband af Susanna and son of Margaret and lata John !.VW?T "elatlvea and friends employes MldlMe Steel c , Invited to fuHeral. wij ' -4 10 a m 1.40 Low at . Nicetown. Int. Holy I renuicnre im auio funeral. pAII.KY Oct V nf pneumonia, CfAllA wife of Joseph Dailey and dgugnter of Amelia and late Henry Henkel. FVinaral. Wed 0 a. m . I'll S Taney at. Int- pri vate. Holv Cross Cem. , DAHLISO Oct. I. of pneumonia, alk'; I. ( heitn av (iermintown ANNIE ill . wife of llotvuril V lluptlnv on.f a. ..I... . late New tn i ifeston and Sarah J. nsrrett. f scrvlre, and (nt private ! a iiAvis. or pneumonia. Oct. 3. ANNA T daughfr of William n. and Anna T. Davla. Mineral private. DVVIS Oct 1, of pneumonia CHArtLE D . son of late John and Marr Davis, aged r'H Fumral Tues 1pm. residence or hrolhir-ln-lavv, Harry Relnmlller, 448 But ler st Int. private. Oreenmount Cem. nWIS Of Influenza Oct ft. JOHN, hus band or Rrldget Divls (neo Carr). Funeral. Wed 1(1 a m . 21 in Orange at.. German town Int prltate. Holv Sepulchre Cem, DAVIS Of pneumonia. Oct. 4. NETTIE. wife nf Jlarvln It Davla and daughter of John W. and Margaret Rlnehart. Funeral fr",ri" P'liati 21" Lenoir ave.. Warn. 1 .-.JV.!'riJt.30 P- m ,n'- OulPh Cem. HB HAItTH. On Oct. A lls, LENA M.. widow of Joseph P. I. Hirtb. Relatlvea and friends Invited to funeral servlcea, on Wed. afternoon, at t o'clock, at her lata residence, 1417 W Somerset st. Int. prl- DJ! LOVa Oct ft of Influenza, at 44 W Jenn St.. Otn . HENRY HUIIF. husband of K. Il.rtru.i- Jtoss Do Long, aged 83. F-riern.lae-rvire.si and Int. private. pf.DAkhlt Of pneumonia, at Oloureaer. !?,Cik "' Jt'ri KnAiiK " BEDAKER. MevSi Si is c ,,l",l Dedaker (nee Tyler), aged ... u.ir.M, ,,-ii . i iri. h. jn m . nn", tiu. c..n ."-Ia ",ou'-r. N. J. Int. Ilarletgh v D 'i'lfL'l T-901' n' ,' pneumonia. MAnt r,.nli'."I.it',".r',Jw rieisler. ag1 S3. lttlftfteslt Mt Inf v-.f. ,.aa HIH.I. ?"rt 'W " Tai.rv rt n 'rivriiw t t n t. - --- iiitictuF sfm. tt IdotV I... . m . -"- -. ! .11 I litre S. iTH I. .. I "l.1!1"" l4lt""ln Fugene II. Delk Fu. I I services Thurs . 10 p m.. ftl S ' -.iih' ., nt,Ji """.. - ?.'! p m- " Cem wiiTtiir, tvrac Laurel Hill DELANEY .If Inflllrnra Oct 4 AltTS-A J ;.. v "' s"ii sin, r untrai thsi . KL.S.H.". ...w,&."te t (nearri2tp:U.n, J Dauphin nt.), IUnrrnl m. noiy uroas cem. Auto DRVPnr rv- of lnflunzji THOMAS L Ul '.''.'r' "f''1 -' neral, Tuea.. 1 p. imK'..l'r,."!,ld."'c''' Vincent Lynch. 8ft l new st. Otn. Int. private. Holv Henulrhr. Int. private. Holy Sepulehn Cem DEV'tvn nr i.e.....i. .. i ....... I .o'i J,Ur"bi?,r "' "orenc. Coghlan Deilns and l.?,?n.r.i,,?hl'rd K El"n "'Vine, aged 29. f.u.n'..',l, Tu.'" ,n ra o'-'O N. 48th at! Int Ilnlv Cros. Cem. u nifrTU'nr,';,8l'l, TneumonU. JtaMt-J iSSleft. Ce'rn.' Mn ' ,0 ' m' laU """I oA'nni.. Tt "S1 'I J'! ''roncho.pn.umont. J (n u'Luhv'n t"1.,,hi,nd of .Catharine jpicke.1 (nee Welsh) Relatlte. nn m.mh... .. .i- I Tii.V. in r "epariment invlled to funeral. Thurs 10 um .'124 S Mo le at. Int. Holy "V,', J XT Frit ate fun-ral ' ' n.l.1.1. t-1 . .. .... .... . u. ami,- Illl. CI1N Clt C1..I A into ni-nw- (nee Ruffln) wlfa of jam.. .?.' tii iii .i ar."'. Services private Tues. 8 80 Pi..m ' ?'" residence. 62ft Columbia an., Darby Pa int, prltate. Petersburg. V.I papers copy DINKELMAN. Oct 1. HERnERT B . aoa of Johanna D. and Isle Henry F Dlnkel man aged 21 Funeral, Tues . 3 p. tn., mother's residence. 1H25 N. B4th at. Int. 'XX'.': . Vernon Cem. DOLAN Oct. 4. of pneumonia, at Camp illl",. . Johnston. Jaiksonvllle, Fla.. MtAMC DOLAV nephew of Jtr. and Mrs. Jacob R. Dellj j,rt 31. Funeral. Mon.. TnP. ,7. uncle'a residence. Jacob It Daily. 1231 W. Erie ave. Int. private. Northwood Cem TiiwVt ,of """''Ionia, Oct, MA. TILDA .VI daughter of Patrick and 1st. Ma '.m,,,,n.."J"Kl !T e-unerat Wed. 10 T5Xx.i'.n.-.'iaii,,i'"r,on st Int. prlvat. ..DnNNn,.,'v Oe at Palmyra. N. 3 . TAMES jiorice aon of J Pop. and Cellst Donnelly, aged 17. Due notlco of funeral will be given DOOMY Oct ft. HANNAH, widow of Daniel Doodv Relatlvea and friends Invited to funeral. Tu;a . lo a m . .117 Durfer at! " (4th and Wolf sts) Inc. Cathedral Cem. Auio funeral Requiem mass later. tnfl.Kiy,l:RTV c' 4- of Pneumonia. ROHKHT J husband nf Veronica C Dough- 'rty ...Funeral Wed . f a. m.. M28 Media P ft West Phlla, Int prltate, st. Drnla's J em. He waa a member of St. Oregory 1 Holy Varna Society and of P. R. It. Rellaf Association ' DOLJOHPRTY Oct (I HAnnY. husbanil or Margaret (nee Shannon) and snn of James ST;?. n.n,,UB,,rt' Funeral Tues 1 p. m., 'I -3J.Ur?.V."!'r "' Inl N'ew Cathedral Cem. ' DOt'OHF.RTY Oct 3. nf pneumonia. JOSEnf. husband of Mar Connelly Dough, ertj Itinera) Jinn.. 4 p m . 1284 8. Markne st Int private. Holy Cross Cam. .'"t .nil. rvi i ui pneuinonia.r uci. l, JOSEPH I., son of John and MarV-Dough- - ii ,n.-i, woiani nt i isa vvatKlns al , rnlla. Nolle, nf funeral later .. !ffl!,,BI,Tr ot Pneumonia. Oct 4. VVII.LIAJI aon of Annie Oalaa and lata Jamea 11 Dougherty, aged St). Funeral prU "rfA.T'.Vir ' J- " m "s ,' 18,h DOW I1V ..vOf nn.timenlj, lt.1 K I wt, j I.HM .sr.VPE 2d son of Lmma F, s'nd labs James Hamnnd Dowdy, aged .11 Funeral private Wed 1 1 in a m.. 58.'4 Ashland ave. int Arlington Cem DOW VHAVf Oct G JOHN DOWNHAM. r. I it ? i . Relatives and friends Orient ....-. .'"..;. ana a. .m.- i-nna. con sistory 82d Degree em plot es of Dapt. of S? Wharves Doiks and Ferries. Invited to fu neral Wed, 1 p. m, ino.' Ruscomb it.. " Logan Int Wst loiurrl Hill Cem. DRACH Oct 8 of pneumonia, at Camp It"!, !.' I'lOvlAH. son of August and 1 mlly Drach aged 2J Funeral private. l Tues . lo a, m realdmre of parenta, York road ahova Willow Orove int. private. DUL'Vivi Suddenlv of pneumonln ct. ft lIAltltr O husband of Katherlna M Drumin (nee Oabrlel) Funeral Wed. p. m... -'l!,N Jlth st, Int private DRY8DAI.E Oct, (I, Dr. WILI.IAM ATLEE DRYSDALE ' eMner.l .erVic. "' Wed.. 12 noon. Cfl-.n Overhronk v. tot It convenience of famllr. Omit flowers. A. DITNIOA.V. Oct. 3. of Influenza. BD-osl.ii,! WARD, husbind of Vgnes Dunlgan (net iar-ST'd sioorei. aged 43. Services Wed , 8 p. m.. vfyjv lin K Madlaon st. Int. Forrest Mill Ctta. 't .il.eii-. vifl O, r.lil-jr. It.. WHO OV: i,A ' V liL Oeorg; Jl Dunlap Relatlvea and friend 22 2xrC Invited to funeral servkes -Tues., 3 p. m., "!-; ......... ,...,, ..fie.,,,.. wvuilll, J A. AI1V. t ., P'U?.1.'.- . . ' " '1U' uii.-Njshi cict. s, or. pneumonia, uaxi, u tJ'i J. daughter of Michael and Jan Dunn," , 1 of Dundalt County Louth, Ireland, aged 18, -, V A l'uneral Wed. 11 a. in, 201R 8. Sith StV J L mi ituijr v ross CTin. auio (uneral. I vtv DURKINS Oct. B. of pneumonia. ANSI J li K . widow of John Durklna and daughter of ? daughter of David T. and lata Mara SI. l.i.I- , Maith.wa, formerly of Camden. N J.. asovf; ) 2.V Punaral servlcea. W.d . 19 an e. T1C.,.r i tiarrnts'-resldence, 1107 E. Chelten Ye Ots. 't'.ft.i'Tgl tnt private !'"' 1 KH'KEVHERO Of pneumonia, Oct. 4. H.f' 1 KIJZAI1ETH. wife of August Elckenberr . iit '1 altrat1 Alt (. I n at t at i aatevliv.. is,,. "fj' fl Mlt Hunter at. InL Mt. Morlah Cem. Baiti- CsmT more paoera codv jx , EVTZ Oct. 4. nf pneumonia. IRKNJt i MAROARKT daughter of John H. and tats "M Clara Elliott Ent. 23 W. School lane. Qw1ti mantown Servlcea and Int. private. ' (! KPTlNp Of pneumonia. Oct, 4, CLARA. . is wife of George Eptlng (n Huber). aged 3, ki f"unerat servl-e. private Tuea.. 1 p. m.? 5f 2310 H Jeaa at Int. private. Fernwool W v-eii, euiu mntrsi EV'ANS Oct 4. of pneumonia. DOR, k. V Auuiu.a anu uaran jut c-unrr.i .vrvicra private, vveo , 1 p. ' 2828 N. Falrhlll at. Int. Oakland O auiw tunrril, . KVANS On Oct. (I. Itlk, of Infli JOSEPH 111ANCI8. aon. of Carolina ai lata John Evans, age.tr 28 yeara. Ral ana irienas invlled to funeral, on T II. m from hi. I.t. V.alil.ne. ISSB at. Int. private Holy Cross Crm. funeral. FAOAN. Oct. B. of pneumonia., wlfo of Iiula Fagan. Dua nntlea or will ba given, parenta' reildlLc-Wl aain si FAtRMAN Oct." rrancis a. rau ana tn it H'l . t Vl ;: ..vri i ?1 Vi Vl n o,H .1 . 'II ,'fl j Oi .'. ' i ':., tr-1 .A": IC'3 Vi &1 i jC'Ht-i mm lew fsatmlnslap ram Vnatar Fm" "' "" "Mv in tves aj ,. riuani v.a. oct. WJLHBLM. II 'TTrrr' - Pf sinimadla Hut 8 11S IT i i' . i - rJ. ' HaHTsz ztii '- - - I. mSSSStMm. -a J" e- ! 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