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WALL STREET THINKS GERMANY
Financiers Believe Enemy Knows He Must Accept Con
ditions of Peace Named by Entente Countries.
Huns' Collapse Hurried
New York, Oct. 12.
TKTAUl, STREET Is continuing to discount pence. It believes that hos
"' tllltles nre to end much earlier than appeared probable no longer than
a fortnight ago. Tho Austrian and German requests for nn nrmlstlco
mean, In the view of usually conservative and well-Informed financial
interests, that the collapse, Which woh known to be Inevitable when the
enemy's "peace" drive of the spring was checked, has come much moro
promptly thnn anticipated, nnd current attempts to secure negotiations
aro merely the first steps' In bargaining, In which the enemy knows In ad
vance ho must be willing to accept In tho end tho conditions named by
tho Entente countries.
The Prussian military machine staked all upon the spring offensive,
'which as christened "tho final drive, for peace." The result, It mny be
argued, justifies the name In all respects, though not to the liking of
Potsdam. Turkey, It Is conceded, must follow Bulgaria In tho near
future, nnd AustrlaHungary may not be far behind If conditions as
viewed In usually well-Informed banking circles In New York may bo
considered to reflect their usual accuracy.
Good Effect of President's Queries Expected
President Wilson's questions In reply to the new German Chancellor's
request for an armistice are not calculated to make the Internal burden
of Berlin any easier. The German people having been kept In control by
false promlfcs and being finally assured that the drive which was to end
the wur has collapsed, now recognize how they have been repeatedly de
ceived und may be expected to refuse to be parties to any pro forma
If not entirely real change of control In their form of Government. If the
franchise la to be made available for them It must be In fnct available
and contain promise of permanency. The Inquiry by President Wilson
as to whether the new Chancellor was merely speaking for the interests
which brought on the war cannot fall. It Is agreed, to visualize In truo
colors the home political situation within the fatherland.
But there ate some signs of military collapse of the Teutons and of
tho development of peace demands there that are of a highly Important
character. Kull significance may be attached, for Instance, to the news
cabled by way of Stockholm that Bulgaria's withdrawal from 'the war
and the subsequent peucti developments have played havoc with Scandi
navian shipping stocks. Norwegian newspapers, for Instance, estimate
that one hundred war 'millionaires have been wiped out by the break In
Norwegian shipping securities alone.
Blotv to Norwegian Shipping Shares
Estimates are given stating that the value of Norwegian shipping
stocks 'declined 100,000,000 kroner In n singe day about $33,000,000 the
losses being chiefly on securities of small companies operating one or
two ships, whose shares have been selling as high as 400 because of the
high freight rates. The prices of many stocks of this character have
declined more than 60 per cent.
t The significance of this Item of news Is predicated on the fact that
It emanates from a source so closely Identified with German Ideas and
German propaganda. All the neutral countries have continued In very
much the same position as that occupied by the United States before
this country's formal entrance Into the war. Their manufacturers nre
able to sell at high war prices all their products that they can bpare for
export. Everything that they can secure and which can bo placed physi
cally In possession of tho Central Powers Is worth Its weight In gold.
Hence huge fortunes have grown up like mushrooms in the Scandinavian
countries and In Spain. The sudden decline that has accompanied the
latest developments toward peace Is an accurate register of the Internal
affairs of Germany nnd Austria, news of which cannot be permitted,
owing to the elaborate systems pf censorship, to come forward by any
Steady Decline of Neutral Exchange Continues
Of equal significance Is the steady decline In the neutral exchanges.
It Is n well-known saying In foreign banking circles In Now York ..hat
"tho exchanges talk." As a matter of fact, quotations at which foreign
exchange bankers will buy and sell bills of exchange ma-' bo said to
register to the most accurate point possible foreign banking opinion upon
the effect of the developments that are In near view, whether political,
military or financial. ,
The dollar has been ruling at a severe discount In all neutral coun
tries almost from the commencement of the war In 1914. Today tho dls-
count Is disappearing rapidly and rates of exchange are returning very
closely to the point where they may be regarded as nearly normal. The
decline In the exchange value of the American dollar Is not the result of
any fear of financial weakness In the United States. It arises, of course,
from the fact that jtlio country Is linked up by means of stabilization
plans with sterling and with French francs and Italian lire, so that the
dollar rises and falls In accordance with the fluctuations of foreign money
When, therefore, the discounts ut which the Entente exchanges hav
been ruling begin to disappear by leaps and bounds ,It is obvious that
bunking interests at the neutral centers understand that an entirely new
situation has been created nnd that it is necessary to -readjust their
affairs accordingly. Spanish pesetas have touched a low level for the
period of the war this week. In fact, American exchange has been strong
and advancing at nil the neutral centers.
The par value of exchange on Madrid, calculated from the United
States Mint's Intrinsic valuation of their standard coin In terms of
American currency, Is 19.3 cents per peseta. The current quotation is
below 1 cents for peseta checks, which Is certainly coming very close
to tho point of normul. Copenhagen checks (bankers' sight) are about
28 cents to the krone, as against a normal par of 26.8 cents. Amsterdam
checks Hro about 44 cents to tho florin, as against a normal 40.2 cents.
The Swiss franc Is quoted about 4.72 to the dollar, against a pur of E.1SV4.
Par on exchange on Norway and Sweden, 'as calculated by the Mint, Is
26.8 cents. Checks on the former are quoted at 28.40 cents and on
Sweden at 30.70 cents. A year ago Dutch guilders were quoted nt 42H
cents (bankers' sight); Swiss exchange ruled at 4.72; Copenhagen checks
31.80; Sweden, 34.00; Norway, 31.00, and Spanish pesetas, 22.90.
DISCUSSION OF PEACE
ABSORBS STEEL TRADE
No Reason to Look With
Alarm to the Future of In-
dustry Opinions Varied
New Yerk, Oct. IS.
. Developments during the lust week
have brought the prospects of peace to
the front In the discussion In a.11 In
dustries, and naturally this subject has
been the principal one In the steel trade,
In view of the prosperity which has
been enjoyed by the producers In this
country, first In taking care of the
needs of tho Allied nations and later
jn supplying this Government after It
took a hand In the conflict In 'Europe.
Tho opinions on the subject havobeen
many nnd varied ; somo Interests not In
the Industry asserting 'that the steel
companies will face a most radical re
adjustment, with materially lower prices,
irhllo others have maintained that there
Is no reason to look with alarm to the
This latter opinion has been supported
to u great extent by the views as ex
pressed by Judge Gary, chairman of the
United States Steel Corporation, who
ulnlcd that there would be business on
n largo tcale after tho war to replenish
the warehouses the world over, and that
In nddltlon the many lines of Industries
consuming steel, which have been
Jammed up In the last eighteen months
or more, will bring about a large de
mand for other purposes.
So far as prices are concerned with
the coming of peace. It Is the opinion In
the undo that there need be no alarm
over this question, as there can be no
riiaon for material declines from pres
ent levels for some time, and. In fact. It
uoiild cause no surprise If there were
advances In some lines which will take
lunger to get back to a peace footing,
and therefore will face nr unusual de
mand with a curtailed production.
As a matter of fact. It can be stated
that those who are directing the steel
affairs of this country nre looking upon
the prospects of an early peace with
perfect tranquillity, and can see no rea-
Jjon ,tp 'become) alarmed over the pos
Ability of strenuous competition with
VAAUdfLaa in tu-taM.
MM t U . 0mpllM fr
country have neer changed their plants.'
or at least the majority of them, so
that they can be switched to their regii
lar lines In a comparatively short time,
nnd. although It is admitted that' one
or two of the concerns which have been
doing munition work will find facilities
for which there Is no use, most of the
companies are In a position where the
readjustment can be accomplished with
little or no disturbances.
It Is true that there are many, steel
authorities In this countrv th uX .,.
tually most optimistic over the outlook
with peace conditions. They point out
'" ""' '" noming 10 Horry about,
ns It Is virtually certain the steel mills
of this country will have sufficient i..-i
ncss to keep them working for at least
the years In connection with recon
struction work abroad, new building and
other activities In this country and the
ciiiviuaiiiiiciii oi oepietea stocks all
over the world.
In the financial district It has been
the custom to look upon the steel com
panies as war concerns, and while It
may be true that one or two, as stated
heretofore, are Justly put Into that class.
It Is equally true that the others arc
distinctly peace organizations, und that
they will be In a position to meet any
emergency as soon as It arises.
GAIN IN BANK CLEARINGS
Substantial Increase is Compared With
This Week Lait Year
Total bank clearings of all the clear
ing houses of the United States for the
week ended yesterday were 15,427,6(2,
669, ngnlnst $7.063,SM,0, Inst week
and JS.371.277,107 this week lust year.
Philadelphia's total was )3:0,153,SS3 an
Increase compared with the correspond
ing week last year of 46.4 per cent.
Details follow! '
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GOSSIP OF THE STREET
FOR BIG EVENTS
Financial District Realizes Almost
Anything Mny Happen
When the exchanges, brokers' ofllces
nnd banks closed last evening for over
the holiday today there were wonderful
possibilities for some momentous world
events taking iRco during the ensuing
It was admitted that In the lnteral
Turkey might follow Hulgnrla's exam-,
pie In an effort to save something from
the wrect; that a split wnn possible In
the dual empire of Austria. Hungary.
There wns a meeting of tho CJermnn
Reichstag called for today, and prob
ability of n reply of pome sort from
Prince Wax of Baden to tho President s
The prevailing opinion was that Mon
day's market would open with pence
stocks ery strong. At tin. xnm time.
somo brokers were ndxlslng clients who.
neiu wnat nre known as war stocks not
to bo stnmpcded but to hold on, nml
even to buy steels on recessions.
Money conditions nre such that no
runnway market Is nntlclpatcd een it
pence heepis secure when tho session
opens on Monday.
The stock market eslerday wns gen.
erally strong, with considerable ncthlty,
and remained Btrong to tho close with
considerable profit taking by the shoni.
There w-ns n good deal of favorable
discussion In the financial district yes
terday over the address by Otto H.
Knhn, of Kuhn, Ixeb & Co., before the
National Industrial Conference Board
In New York on America's pnrt and
prospects after the war.
Mr. Kahn prefaced his remarks by
predicting for this country "n period ot
auspicious achlevment nnd great pros
perity after the war," but hi- made this
conditional on thn relations bwtvveen em
ployers nnd employes being determined
on the bal3 of mutual fair play and
enlightened" good will. Mr. Knhn In
"Tho tremendous event nf the war
will not leave the world us It found It.
It will neer be quite the same again.
To the extent that social and economic
Institutions, however deep and ancient
their roots may be found to stand In
tho way of the highest achlexable level
of social Justice and the widest attain
able extension of opportunity, welfare
nnd contentment, they will huvo to sub
mit to change.
"And the less obstructs e nnd stub
born, tho more brond minded, co-operative
nnd disinterested those who pre
eminently prospered under the old con
ditions will prove themselves In meeting
the spirit of the new day nnd the i
forms'whlch It may Justly call for. the
better It Hill bo both for them nnd for
thn community nt lame.
"Let us beware lest In aiming 'to
make the world safe for democracy' we
permit the safety of democracy In our
own land to be Jeopardized by having
the foundations tampered with on which
It has rested for n. century and a half.
"By all menns let us be 0P ,0 new
Ideas, let ua go forward and strUc to
realize what formerly were considered
unattainable Ideals, but In boldly ven
turing forth upon unchnrted waters do
not let us throw overboard tho com
pass of Immutable principles."
Bond nulne Fair
i can't understand why we are doing
a fair business In bonds." said, the man
ager of a well-known banking and In
vestment houso yesterday. "Wo are only
taking the business that comes to us
without solicitation. livery one pf our
salesmen la devoting his whole time to
tho Clberty J-onn, and we have not ad
vertised Blnce before the campaign be
gan. Most of the people who are buying
bonds are asking for thot.o yielding 0
per cent or over, and In many cases
tt'ey say they are loaded up with Lib
"It Isn't any use to argue with these
people that they should take Liberty
Bonds. Their minds nre made up, and
It Is surprising how many people think
they have done well by buying around
J500 of Liberty Bonds. I bellee that
we are dplng a larger oer-the-counter
Dullness than before the Liberty cam
Hliort Term Notes
Short term notes were quiet yester
day, nnd some of the larger Investment
houses say they believe the situation
Is now well In hand, nnd they nre exert
ing every Influence to divert would-bo
purchasers of corporate Issues to those
of the Government. Oomo of the deal
ers In Wall street are showing n ten
dency, it was asserted, to bid up prices
In an effort to obtain Issues In the ex
pectntlon that after the Liberty Loan
campaign Is over there will bo a quick
and substantial udxance In quotations
for home of the high-grade liberal interest-bearing
securities on the basis of
an early peace In Kuropc.
Quotations averaged somewhat higher
than those obtaining at tho beginning
of the Liberty Loan campaign, although
operations have recently been curtailed
to a considerable extent.
The Armour 6s were quoted ut from
99 to 98?: General Klectrlc s, 99s
nnd 100; Union Bnclflc Unllroad 6
L031. nnd 1.04; Orent Northern Hall
way ts. 97 and 97H: Southern Hallway
5s, 98U and 98";. and Westlnghouse
Electric nnd Manufacturing Company 6s,
99i and 99 ?i.
Third I.lbrrlles Sell Well
On the exchange yesterduy transac
tions In the Liberty Loan 4'4s con
tinued In large olume with quotations
held well above 97. There has been
very good buying of these bonds for
several dayB. and the activity yesterday
was accompanied by reports thnt con
slderable amounts of these bonds were
being accumulated by strong Interests.
international Mercantile Marine Sink.
Ing funds 6s. as a result of the positive
statements made In banking circles thnt
the pIhii calling for the tale of the com
pany's British tonnage Fhould be con
summated ndvanced i-ubstnntlally. These
bonds nie now quoted 5 or 6 points
higher than the levels obtained a week
ago, It wns reported In some circles
that provision had been made to pay the
bonds oft nt 110 with bonds of the United
Kingdom, which would be given In ex
change for the marine Issue on a highly
attractive basis. American Telephone
and Telegraph 6s sold at 100 with a
fairly good demand around the level.
Chile Copper convertible 6s were firm
at from 81 to 82. Consolidated Gas
convertible 6s advuncea irom tvtvi 10
above 105 and some of the railroad con
vertlbto Issues are also active and firm.
Foreign Government Issues were
steady with but small price changes. On
the curb the llusslan 5 lis nnd CVjs
were generally higher with quite some
activity In these Issues.
RECKLESS BOND BOOSTER
Pen'nsylvanian , Alleged to Have
Used Worthless Checks
Aliunde City, Oct. i:. Poring as a
lieutenant and ns an olllcer of the De
partment of Justice, It Is nlleged, and
making Liberty Loan subscriptions nt
11000 a clip, . vv. irwui, m iinmrj-
vine, i'a wns neiu ncrc i
For more than a week, the police aver,
Irwin has been taking a 11000 subscrlp
tlon to the Liberty Loan every time
girl follcltors approached him pn the
Boardwalk, giving ft check In exchange
on th Farmers and Mlntr National
Bnk of Bentleyvllle, These chqeks
up wNRt. (t ta.aUJ.
CASUALTIES ON TWO
ARMY REPORTS 672
Soldiers Killed in Action Number 137, While 240 Die
From Various Causes 28 Arc Listed as
Missing Wounded Total 267
Vtd.l.lnntop, Oct. 12.
An army casualty IIH given out today
contains 329 names, and one announced
Inst night hnd 343 tinmos, making a ttrtnl
of 672. The lists were divided as fol
lows: Todny Killed In action. 81 , mlislng
In action 18; wounded severely, 124;
died from wounds, 47; died from acci
dent and other causrs, 6 ; died from dis
ease, 53. I.ast night Kilted In fiction,
iC ; missing In notion, 10, wrunded se
verely, 143; died from wounds, 69; died
from accident nndother cnues, 8 ; died
nf disease, 64 J died fiom airplane acci
The summary of the army casualties
to date follows;
l.ost at sea
Killed In action
Died vt wounds . . .
Died nf accident
Died of dlseace . ,. .
Total deaths 15.137
Wounded . . 24,06"
Missing, Including priinm-rs. . 5,630
Grand totnl 44,834
The summary of the marine corps cas
Totnl .' 120
Deaths 1.(1 Jo
Wounded 2,1 02
In hands of enemy 24
Grand total 3,467
The total United Ktntes casualties In
the army nnd marine corps Is 48,301,
Today's list follows:
KII.I.KD IN VCTKIS
rrtAtO. SAMtlKI. It.. Kl Cnmw, Tex.
WKI.r.AtlE. CllXinOi: I'" . llnnle Pall. Tex.
DIKII OF VVCH'M)
HARIltNCITON. HOYAI, l' Titer Tel.
MOMtOK. DAVID K.. Marlon. S. C.
DIKII OK DISKASK
vvAt.t.AOi: kdvvaud a liroovtjn.
nTTCIIlilt. nOItKlvr (I. ivterahurit. V.
SUTHEP.1.ANI. I.OU1S t) Charlotte. N. C.
Thf follilwlne men from renns)hanln,
New Jeraey, Marjland nnd Delaware appear
In today's list:
Kllltsl In AltUll
Ht:i10KANTH CI.AY VVBIISTKIl DONND.
SIS Weal Hivnrv atreet. Votlavllle; WAII)
J. TVVI.OII. Ilrooknort ......
ronpoiiAi-MKi.viy h. stumiiauoh.
"pmvATna-jo.snrn j. uizohkii: si-i
r.t lleeeh atreet, Ilaileton: 1-HANK A.
HII'II, 31S South Court aenue. York: OI.I
VIIIl VOdKL, 3.l Kourth atreet. ."rackyn
rtdne; HARIIT WILLIAM WITIIKKH M
Went Klnir atreet. York! JKIll.VltAII
ZKlimZ Jl. P. D. I, Lebanon: WALTnil A..
KltANK. 14 Hancock atreet. McAdoo; Wit..
i.iavi mckini.i-:y Ni:n-. -u ciieir inn
road York DOMrNICO rUTH VltOIA, 13S
LnJtd atrert, lreenburi:: JOHN JAK
MIU'KY. JT Harold avenue, Johnitownt
VV. c. SUITUIl. UJ7 Oranse itrect, Shamo
kin. Died nf Wound
HKnOKANT nOUEflT IIUIH.KIOit. R. F.
Uco-np'onHnY.viAN- imNKr-TCT. 20
South Franklin atreet, Philadelphia, noli
KIIT C. Pnrnon, New Alexandria. ALLAN
K. 1AHI.i:n. tlreenaboro.
VniVATKH ALKX COLDIIKnO. 222
Hamilton atreet. (Ireenaboru JA till LAZI
.NBrZ. "Ill Croaa atreet. I'lillnilj;phlii.
C0nr0ll.Ie-10HN A..SCANI.O.V. 3970
Terrace atreet, Phliiidelphla.
Died of Dli . .,,.
WAOONnn THOMAS J. Cr.nAIlY. 1113
Tenth avenue. Ileav.'r Knlla ....,...
1'RIVATKS WILLIAM JleK ASHMAN
S012 Spruce avenue, Altnona: DAVID
JONKR. 34 Siimmera atreet, Pitlaburah
HtlllKN' It, HBICIIARD, 35 Third atreet
Wounded Seierel) In Action
HKIinBANT HAItrtY McI.ACHHI.IN. 3
P.uttomioo.1 atreet Norrl'toiin
HtlllSBHIIllKn VBTKIt Yll'NlCOUIlT
13 VVeat Tomarnck uren lliswlnil
ritlVATIW WILLIAM I'LISKTIS North
Klrhth atreet, Phlladelnhll. I.DUIS CON
OII.LO. Kl Houth Main atreet Lambert
vilie: 'riiTKit ,w?',1tJ;:, X.T-K't
atreet. Nnntli-oket AMILI.U) 1JA NNI
I'lKTHO TiL".' Ileeirmun alret t . Phllait-I
Bhla llOHl!nT II. OILMOHB. 31V' ."'fi
Seccr.d atreel. I-rilUdlrihlM ; ANTONY
tll'Dl'SKY. Plttaton: NK LStlN .. .1
SHUNT.-'. (Irand Vale AI.B.S JOHN IIAll
Itolllt. in Tenter atreet, Sm-.lhport. l.V.NJi
VV. PANIKI.S. 7-11S .Kuaivi-hHnna alre-l
Plttaburs-h; (lliontir, PBTiniSON PKlVlfV
Hi7 Seaward nvn'ie. Ilradrard: J'J"-
l'HAm.i:S IKit.VN. 1H vVlir atr-et. Hot.
lldayaburai UKOItclK VV , vlc.VI.I .ON S Son.
nan: KLMKIt MAHSHAI.1. MlCASI.IN
"or" .rail at WILLIAM SVIOKBIt. '''i'.V
atreet. Philadelphia: AnTHI'll H. r OTTJ-.U
jnfl Trenton iivenu". Wllklnhur. JO'sH.I II
NBf.KON HKII.I'.S. Prr.in.ll. PKLlll.N
i'HAItl.BS VVRI.SH, 3IO 'arllil atr-t,
York! JOHN DANIrSl WITlllJKS. M Writ
Kln tlrtet. York.
MlhOnx In Action
PIUVATKH - WILLIAM , l',P'S8 . .,4.?s
llrcrker.t.rldie atreet. Phoenljvlll- J;";'
A. PACHK1.I. 1-1 W-at Laflkelle ".feet.
MorrlatoiVn- JOHN THOMAS, 113 lllver
Killed In Anion
PnlVATK nOHKIlT TIIIUOIJ VOI.K. 2IU
lUIUrot avenue, Trenton.
Died nf Mounds
rniVATE ALncrtT kohten
Sixth itrtet. West New Y'ork
SKIIREANT HAYMONt) II. PtilUllK.
1011 Kt Main atreet. Hound llrook
rollPOHAI. ALIIKRT J. I1BNNKTT,
HL'O Park avenue, Hohnken.
PRIVATUM CHARLKS EDWARD AL
LEN. Sli lllier atreet. ltnhvmyi WALTER
ROMIIAUSKI. 10 Eaat Nineteenth atrejl
ItaMinnel STEPHEN PRANCIM bALINSKI.
IS'J Chur.lon street. Nenark
Killed In Aillon
KBROEANT WILLIAM M
t'ORPORAI, SIDNEY ROSENI1ERO.
2127 I.ak- view avenuu, lialllmore.
PRIVATE UEOROE 11. UAV1H,
PRIVATE JAMES E. WALTON
linen treet, cumuerlnnd,
Mlaalns In Action
PRIVATE CHARLES II. THOMPSON
CO I Writ Sixth atreet, Wilmington
Died of IMara.e
CORPORAL ERNBUT HUSHEI.l..- Mil
. MKN FROM IITIIKR hTATI'.S
Killed In Action
HBR(1EANTH-ohn T.. tleary. Altua.
Okla.: John Dennlaon. loa Annelca, 1'al
Albert S. Itlchea. Superior, Wla.; liuli J
CORPORALS William numsarxer, Tulaa
Okla. t John Nclaon I'ampton. Jr. (Irand
Raplda, Mich,: Dan Erneat O'Uh-l. VVau
pun, Wla.: Hairy II, Dobba. Duncan, Okla.,
John Mlchart Dvcr, Reed City, Mlch.i Joaeph
II, (Irlmaley, New llroctun, Ala.) Charlca
W, MacDonnld, Waahlnxtoni Carl L. Andi-r-ton,
SADIH.ER Joaeph Vurm. Parker. 8. D
CimiIC liory W. Woodward. Hdrorrf. tla
PRIVATES laadore Aeltrrman. Chlcacot
namuei j. iioozer. niveeiaier, Ala.i llobert
Itreeden. Oronnir. Mo. t Krahk (nlliv. Ilronk.
lyni Homer L, IMamuke, Annlaton. Ala.i
liooeri iirnauii. iiuovier, Ara.; vyatter vv.
I .arse a. Highland. Mlch.i Michael Paaao
lann, Sp'lnallcld. Maaa.i Adrian Piter, Le.
uellen. ..sVb.1 John D. Watson. Enslehnrd.
N, C.i Alhert-b.'. Wctiler. Itoallndale. Maia.
Illrhanl Williams, JrnVrson, H. (,; I'ljde B
llt-vl. Keoauuoua, la.i jonn lllMke, lloacobrl
Wli.t Uenrae t. Corcoran. Ilrooklini (Iron
Umcrv, Houth lloalon. Mast. I William Krlrk.
sou. illlvla. '.Hnn .' IJuJIey Mvans, tlblnalon,
III. I Altlr Kmlerlrar. Adamsvllle, Ala.i Clar
enr II. llaaln. Winona. Mlnn, Willi. ni 1'.
Hickman. Pi'liltnnnl. Trnn.i lleitwrt U,
llorppnrr. Ustnand. N'.b.t Carl A. Ilokanaon.
Hloui l'alls, M, n.i Itei II, Jmklna, C'.rdlnr
ton, O.I Andrew Ji Klllrn. . lraltoTenn..
William il. Won-, AbbeWII. AJ. Artiiir
ll. I'eieraon. .vnicBKui ..uiinrii u.
Apulia. a. s.l .uiin K4t I...V1, u
IIIrh,! Jta C.nJtuw, Clievrt4'
rV. iUi , '' ' '-!' T&
apuiu, :. y.'i niori ki niMit
lluswll. Jrna, La s .Montiromerr A. Senly.
(rrro Uonln. N. e.i Ksrl Hrlpolit, Orontn,
""I Arthur H. Whsne. Detroit! William
"levers, Jr., llrnnkbm Ilenlmnln V. Hllmiin.
AtlnntH, tin.! cimrlrn Anelln New York)
hrnjt J, i'mII, MuncheMi-r, N. It.: Kuell
t r.btrre. Hnnmn, Ky.t William V. .Murths.
S'lr. y."'.kt Kreilerlik OKcnu. lUntia, OKIa.,
harl Oakley ltlihmond. Kturreon liny. n i
i hsrlle Krhroll. Plttsvlcw, At.i i Anthony
?,'.!!C,,"W' T!"l. .i I.U stnrr. Nruiss
lUKk' ,W V"'1 Joh" " Wul11- llecr. In ,
u "',. AclHmn. Ilnlleyton, Tenn.i Hteien
llenolt, Murlnftte. VVIn.l John A. fnney.
t Isremnre, Okln.i Kuen N Dick,. Mouml
llldee. hnn,; Arthur John K.kcrt. Ilurrnlo,
"llllntn Murphy Helm. Alius. Okln . VVII
vJ1'i!'"hlbVJ' fhlcsoi Fred U. Lincoln.
Trov. N. Y.I Jndle II. (. II. .Mnrtln. Shout,.,
Tenn.i llvrmxn Peters. Ilfllillle. Tox .
iJeorse St. Hprsborry. Calhoun City. Mln;
huneno Htultlrbeun. Akron, o.s Hiram o.
Taylor. Sterling Junction. Mann. ; Ituith J
Toner. Maapcth, N. Y
Died nt Wound
..."'KHIANTS Elmer Oramiinan. Kendall,
vvi" t Ijaune Onborn. Haulnnw. MUh .
Tn."."V." I- VVhelnn. Nallck. Man
i.- i "!";X,"sT,I,.rn"rU '" '"1". Urn".
l;n; I r.-d Joseph Montee. Clcn falla. N V
',"!' N Norlhrutt. Vane. Okla., Wlllhnn
ikl, . '.. H"ll"naii, III,: Hermoccnu Jojul.
Tfl"JHJ:il Kriik VV. Hefclk. TemWe
OYa?a0'S'E,! FraBk Jie,",n' Weleetks
ii.niiiL"ih0C. '' J'rsncl. Ilnu.ton (i
fen lam In H. Kracht. Orvenu le, m., Thonmo
tvt.li..i.J . . ..Icn-J.. V".""" " SIcKie
"osandowlcc. Chleaitn: Walter p. lime.
Died of Dlaenae
Si:iltlKANTS--Jamea Kladrk. Omaha,
Sell ; Klnrle M Keatera. El Taao. Tex
corporals; John J. Campbell. Itrook
"T. Maaa.i I'red. Cannon. Oxdcn. Utah
Arthur Net i,rry, Kremont. o '
vle"Tex'':n"Clar'nC'! J' A,'r'h'n, Tlaln.
KMORSi:SHOi:R-Ira j. wrlulit. Achlllla.
COOK Harry U Crouse. Chllllcnthe. o.
- .......... .-U..L..... ..no, , ..tllll.'
M "'"'!! ,.""."." Treay Jackson. I'nni
.: Henry William N. lann. Rerkfonl III.
L.tnard .1 N.eaer, New York. Paul Itlmph
Kirt Vvillev. tla : rhe.ter P. Adilr Athena
,. llucKlev. T.lorllle. Jlla. : John
1 1. Caimrlo ,. Lniil. Ill,; Herman w. cok
c ninwiin. VV Va : Harry Crow, Hethani
Ju '". smes IMmirda. Ambrose. Oa , Ar
thru J Olrard. Chleoullnia, West llueliee
(an : Ilea H.irner. Chase Clly. Va,, Luther
'"fnlng Sheridan. Ky.: lien Jonea Jr.
Kl lann, K., Chirlea I:. Allle. Two Rtv-ra,
J. '".i XT.1 I'Tker. Illlaaey. Ark.: John
l",r.,Jn.!IM"- s,'n"t '' " r.i Waldialaw
South lloatnn Va.; Sam Chlchrllln, Dillna.
Tex : laruel Cohen, New York: Joseph Doug.
;.'.;"'" "neons, i.a.i ueurire ii. oi enl.
on Inentnl. (I . pet(.r ,. p,.,l,.rH,.n. ;,
Park. S I . V. V II.n,, it r,KilnD
'.'""fiTex t Ifdwanl W. IMrkerlnx VVh,.. rr
111 : t'lva- lioior ltlon. S. c : William II
Tenhroolc. New York: Larklns I. Tlirlrt,
S C : "iiloin.in Wall ire. I..,rust
Died From Arcldrnt nnd lllher f Buses
SI:R(!1:ANT Mario A. rilntunnl. Purls.
PRIVATES John Cooper. Talrport. 'I
John KraJenald. llumtrnnicK, M'irii,; KraoU
ii"".0."- Vnneouier. Wnah.. John II M
Sheridan. Ni w Orleans. I.a Tony VVI r.osrad.
Ununited Severely In Action
SEROKANTS Wllfr-1 llerard. Woon.
soikel It I. Kdword M Hums. I'.aat II imp
d..n. Me.' William I.. DllV, lloston. Max .
Thomas Duncan llril.ooih, Colon. S (
lames P N.lan. Nw York flri.ru" J. Sloehr
l.vndhurat. Wis.; Leo W VVall (Khloil.nti .
CORIYIHAI.R NIcholaa VV f-lnrk Mound
alliv. Kan.; L-allo P, Obaaon lllnaham
ton. N Y: Alb.-rl llumm-ril. HI. Paul
Minn.; 1 rancla J VMIIvn.-j. New V'.rk
Perjl II. Sne-r. Klnuvllle. n . Victor A
Lmery. Ilroeklnn. Maaa , Arthur H Oau.
mond, vvorieater. Mass ; Leartta i)r, Var.
ren. Wla. Emit A ll.iaa llutfal'i J.'. Y
John Alex-nidi r Oaanuin. Siony Point, N
Y : Jamea Qululev, Rochester. N Y . Es
mnnil i:. Rlrhardaon, Dinar, Me . I rark
Sykea. I.odl. Tix
IIL'ULEH Albert Hammond Kent. New
York. COOK James E Mjera. UlnKhamtin.
PRIVATES Andy Atkins. Lindsay. Okli .
Cuy Allen l.lvlnBStnn. III.; laiula '.'nl"t
St Nailer. Mont.. Wlltlam C Cox. Iioivna
Kan.; Elroy I". Oerlror. .'o Moors st . Somr
vllle. Maaa ; Callx A, Oullbert. Newburv.
Maaa.. Oconto r M. Jonea. New York; Al"l
Klrkland. Linden. Tex.. I.cn J. Kt"ln. Chi
eiiBo. William I' Kllnalm:, Pipestone, Minn
Normal K Lonll. Sprlnulleld Neli : Wiv
man MctlreBor, Ahrams, Wla , John W
Okun. D'trolt. Ilaloh Paarale. Itluhuold
Conn . Hoyil Stupti. Pocalello. Idaho: lltmie
up-rlor Reere Maaa.i William Thlel' n.
I'uouiiu-, ia.. rrana loneua. .nanmia in.
Kmlle Joseph Aaa-lln. Calumet, Mich. I'red
l.en Itreuner. l.vndhurat. Wla . Michael J
Itreunaii. llrnokln Wlllard F llrowu,
Pleas int fi-irden. N. f , l larence J Can
P-rry. N J mf mf mf mf mf mf mf mfm
P-rry. N. Y , John J Carnej. VVllllamaliuru,
la,. Jacob M Caae. Marllo, Tex,; John C,
f'alh. Norway Me., Rov Manaon Clapman
Orand Junction, Col . Oaear J. Dearoalers
Hnlsoke. Maaa.; Paul llol.rln. New York.
SepMnius Ilalley, Omaha. Neb , llenr A
Itrown. Holioke. Maas . Paul Carlelli, New
York. Ilnrrv If Dinlnnv. Smlthvllle data. N
V. Max r.lrhm.n Ni il York David M
Ellen. Matsoul. H c Can , Oeorae Larae.
Jr . Dtpew. N Y , Herman laiachtmr. Weal
Snleiu, Wis ; l.ee I. l.udesiher. Delano
Minn.. John F MeOovern. Hrooklin. John
McNellla (leneva, N. Y , Antonio Marlelll,
Nsw York. Jaklm Melnlk, Fort Monlaomery
N. Y.I Joaeph A NatC'le. Cleveland! Jim
Navarra. Orand Island Neli . William Nich
olson, lluffal'i, N Y . Clairlea Alb-rt Snider
Winona, Kan. I taiula Stein. Detroit. Anaon
Swanson, Allen. Neb : Alaert Tureolle
lwe, Maaa,; Blard Van Cnta llrookljr..
l.lod Vltt. Ilouma. La i Him en Mlaico.
Ilrooklyn; Walter Zau.ickl. Chicaao; Marlua
II Chrlstlanacn. Rlnaated, Ii; Ja'kaon H
Crothera, Calumet, Okla , Hua Dnufaixny,
St. Loulai Franceacn Fllardl. New York.
Robert Kmll Ueaa. Milwaukee, wis ; lit n
Jomln fllenke, Hullalo. N. Y , Howard 1.
llunn, HI. Cloud Minn : Matthew VV KeeKHi,
Mobile. Ala.; Tom MiD-mlel, Wirt, okla
Henry Nelnia. Tano Tenn.i Michael J
O'Connor, New York. Robert lloiri ra. A"''1
town. It. L: William snider. .Nj-w Vork.
Mahlon r. Swiet. Climir. N. Y.: Simon
Suenaon. Pkinklnton, S I) i Clarence VVal
lice Wheeler Joplln. Mu. Auauat Zlburak
Ituffalo. N. Y , Ernest L Vuijel, llrbokln
Miiiru- Wachlel. llrookijn. Iltnr Williams,
MIsklnK In Artlon
CORPORALS J-rry Vllo Anialone Nw
York. Imuel Hales, Orme. Tenn,, Howard
I, liitninsou. Salt l.uk City. Utah
PRIVATES Christ P Christ, ns-n. San
Fral.ilMO. Meliln J. Fahe . lr,ieH-i.dHife
Kn.. John Roena Oreen Last Pautka
Flu : Simon 1' Hormun, honnto III . Jot.r.
N'-nloie, mica. N Y . Andrew II Palakh
Amhurat, Wis . Ct.arlia II I'ralt. Baal Wey.
mouth, Maaa ; llurt'tl-i Itandaxjo, c locketl
ChI.. Paul Erneat Rerular.d. lirand Itaplda,
Michl John llonhaar, Jr . Oak Harbor
Wash.. Harold L. U'llitooJ. Urctnwlih,
The banks and trade exchangea are
closed In observance of Columbus Day,
a legal holiday, and wholesale business
In all lines la virtually suspended. In
the absence of fresh Information on
which to base rellnble isolations, the
usual report of the markets Is neces
No UreaVfat; Uue lo "Flu"
(;eort;rtonn, Ilel., Oct. U. Hecause
flxo members of Ills family were III of
Influenza, Joseph Oreen forgot to make
the ens at the Georgetown gas plant,
and as n result nobody In town got
breakfast until after 10 o'clock.
v--ff KSTATK OK JONKriI AHIIIIROUK,
iZSJ drrt-used. l.atlers teatarnentary In
the above estate having been cranteil to
ths unnsriltneil. all persona Indebted to
and! estate are requested to mak pamsnt.
and thos havlnjr claim, to present the mrir,
nlihnut delay, at the office of the executor,
soft Chestnut st.. rhlladalphla.
Till! rHOVIDKNT T.IFK AND TntlOT COM
' PANY OF PIIII.ADBI.rJlIA.
Fourth Liberty Loan
Morton R. Alexander
Phila. Stoek Exchange Bldg,
17 Wlillam HI.. N. Y. City
'vinV,t ...'!" ' Wl'm II. Martin. An'aenmla
Vlnnt.t I'lirence M. Merrill. HI. Paul, Minn
K,rl " -5 !.'.r- "' via. III. i Hurry Shuf.lt
I h Cairo: VVIIMum I U..111..,.. -.....'.....'
' i ; .icnoias .viuinn ,- iini
l,Vimi-yP:SvT-H?lMrl,-S' A1""'-- Laurence.
Iiurir. Ind.. Waller i:. Ilroirn. KltthlmrR
""?? ! ,!:lJrn'"t "srv roleman. Mnuv-six
iV ;: Lldert A, Duaenberry, Aurura. Nib,
iiuh i i i.ii ni. ii nnitn fiiji.t ,
OCTOBER. 12, 1918
OF PETER FLINT
A Story of Salesmanship by
Mr, ll'lilfrirnif li III nastccr voar dutlacts
Oiirifloas on lnutOi aelMno. odeerllslao narl
eoiponiiciif, Aili iour out alios cleorli nail
olle oil the tnrtn. Your corrrcl name oncl
lull mlitrrss must be slffiirrf lo nil Inoiilrlrs.
riose u filch nre neoaymous tnasf fe laaorrrl,
.lajiecrs to rrrhnlcnl ourstlons lelll be scat
lu innll. Other oiirsllons trill be nnsiccrcd
(s Hits column. The tno't Inferesllao prob
leins o Inaiilrera tcfll be wot'fn lato lie
story o frier Flint.
Ti:t'Olli: 1 say nnytliliiK ahout tho
-l Ralevnianalilp rlaaa last lilRht. I
iiuiat tell mi of the stunt we hnd with
Kninrla's new ear.
1 nay "new car," hut, of course, It Is
a second-hand one. ou remember. Well,
we've Just cot hark from n wild ride.
The i-ar'a all rlfiht and we plan to drive
to Kiirindalf tomorrow, but tho way alio
.u-teil tonlRht, oh boy'
1'rani'la nrranKed to meet mo at the
RnriiRo nt 6 n'ctoek, and we wrro to ride
a few miles out, have our tsuppcr nt
dome little restaurant nnd then Ret home
nbniit fi o'clock. Francis had naked .Mr.
and .Mm .Semper to come with us, hut
the old doctor and Ills wife, when they
'earned that l-'ratiols had only Just not
Ills llonse nnd thnt It was a second
hand car. decided very hastily thnt thi-y
"expected visitors, but perhaps some
"itlur time "
Francis Is u pmd scout. Hu'h n ureal
ee for the funny side of thlnuH, even
If tilt Juke Is nn Mm, so he Just laliKhcd
and Mild. "I shall be dcllglitcd In luvo
the pleasure ot jour company nt a later
Well. 1 turned up nt the saraKo at fi
n'clork, nnd there was Francis pterins
it I ho ciikIhc
"What's, up?" I cried
A mullled voice said, "N'othlliK : there's
Just a wire iiosmm! somewhere and the
self-starter won't act."
He bad bad ll self-starter attached to
thn car when ho Rot It. for he didn't
lake to the Iden nf cranking the cur.
He closed tho hood, (jot Into the car
and tried thn self-starter. Fur a min
ute nothing happened except li slow
whcezliiu; sound from somen here. Then,
all of u sudden, there were a number
of bunits, which made me Jump, and a
Rood Job. loo, for the car made a back
ward il.ish for the wall of the garage!
Fiancls had left the; gears on In re
verse or something, llu K"t busy and
brought the car to a stop about an inch
Irnni tlm wall!
"iee, Fram Is," I gasped, 'that's some
"Not nt till," ho said calm as sou
please. ,- inrnnt to do that. It makes
it tasler to turn."
What he wanted to turn for I don't
know, for tho garage man hud pushed
Hi" r.-ir llll It was headed for the door
I dldn t have n rhanco lo say more, for
no miini-uvereil the tar first one way nml
then the otbtr till It turnul completely
ir'iiiml and was In u position to back
nut of the door.
"flit In, I'eter." In- said briskly
I got iti cautiously and said, "You're
headtd tho wtong viny, aten't you,
"Not nt nil," ho said. "It's easier
to turn when I get on to tho road this
Well, we got off nt l.isf and went
ahout as far as lf.'th street when, with
out any warning, the car stopped dead
rlnlit In the trolley tracks!
I beard Francis mutter "111111111" as he
fllmhti! out nml lifted the hood. He
looked wise for a minute, did nothing,
however, and then cllmllul In This time
tin- helf-starlrr acted lino and the en
gine made 11 rare noise louder even
Ihan the trolley bells which wrrn clang
ing Impatiently to us lo get out of the
They needn't have got excited. We
were ns anxious to get out of their way
as they were to have us; nt least, I was,
for nil New York seemed to be llu.ru
Jeering at u.
Francis shove, In tin clutch and the
car gave a Jerk and stopptil aKain. lie
again worked the self-starter and oncn
more the engine rattled grandly Then
I heard him mutter, "Damn, I Hied to
start her on high." He onto more
shoved In the clutch nnd moved slowly
off the tracks, at which a newspaper
kid yelled, "Ice' Ice' Anybody viant
any Ico? Look at the ice wagon, four
Everybody laughed, but Francis
per ded up and we wire soon going
nloiirt nt .1 grtat pace In time wo
came lo a dinky little rtstaurnnt where
we had supper
"You're n grcnt driver, FrnncN," I
snld; "I didn't think nu could do so
well by the way you started."
"Oh. I'm no driver yet," he said, "but
I could ste by his manner that he was
tickled to bo patted on the back, "hut
I can manage pretty well. At any rate.
I've studied the ear and think I can
llx her In ciiFn of trouble."
Wtll. we got hack In tho car and
Francis Phoved the self-starttr The en
Kino gave a sigh or two, but refused to
go Again and again he tried to start
her llll finally he said, "I think Fd bet
lir hand crank her."
lie did and believe me It wns some
stunt. I wanted to laugh, but Francis
wns getting red In the face, partly from
exercise and partly temper, so I didn't
Just as he ivns about to give up the
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Many famlllen of moderate me.ni who took nduiuage of our co-operatUe plan are now
11Iiir In thc.e desirable two-family, two-story
ON ANGORA TERRACE, EAST OF 55th ST.
(Half Block South of Baltimore Ave.)
ABSOLUTELY RENT FREE
. . a.......!.. .aU .. . i .I.&ba n m& f.i.lnn. .af..A.t nt AviMnllnnall,, ullrnnllv. tap.... IS 'n,. .n.
4 ten leillisill UI1PU1U.
at once we win mane it suriirisuiRiy eaay inr vuu 10 nnunce me tiurcuuee, unu uy living in une anu
renting the other tho rent of one pays for both.
llach apartment has six rooms nnd spacious porch nnd contains eery modern convenience' j,r&
The Iiousoh nre exceptionally well built nnd, beln constructed In pfilrs. every chamber Is a light. v "J
airy, outsiue room.
A call or postal
engine gave a shriek of fiendish joy and
whined to heat the band. The crank
blew off and hit Krancli? on the ear.
He clapped his hand to It and yelled
"Cut dow 11 the gas."
I Jerked the little Jigger that fed the
gas and Instantly the tnglne stopped!
I-nincis tilcked up the crank and said.
dead tiulet, "You stopped her now start
tine turn was all I gave and she
started up like a lamb. Only twice did
she slop on the return trip nnd each
lime sue started wllh the self-i'larter,
so I reckon we didn't do so bad for n
TODAY'S IIIMNLM i:(t.M
lletinrr Ihr until te10 ttilka of (lie
btp lilny.s fie oner 1II1I,
What does this mean to MIL'T
ATLANTIC BARS ROWDIES
Arrival of United States Housing
Kinplojfs Almost Ciuipcs Riot
Atlantic ell, Oct. 12. Only "decent.
self-respecting nnd respectable working
men und their families" nre wanted. In
Atlantic; City by Major Harry Dacha
rnch In a statement he denounced tho class
of workers being taken to the shore by
llio I'nlleil States housing ctinimlsslon
He Mild that Hie c'ty cull take rale of
Cti.Otm men, "wlm nre orderly and law
abiding," hut that none Is wanted "of
the otliir llv-by-nlght tribe, who me not
In loin with woik, have no families and
arc continually on the move, seldom pass
ing moro than out: night In tliu same
The Major's statemint was caused by
the conduct of siiuads of men who In
fested the resort. In search of places to
eat and sleep So obstreperous was their
demeanor that the police were over
worked In preserving order
In the few hotels nnd boarding houses
which took them In tho men uro alleged
to hum cnuscd nn uproar and to have
indicted considerable damage' on the
premises. In one Instnncu they tore up
tho bed llnnti. upset the furniture nnd
caused a near riot when the proprietor
"If this were allowed to continue."
Bald the Mayor, "tho measures we are
taking here to prevent tho spread of
Influenza would be nothing less than a
farce, for a largo proportion of the
visitors are filthy In their dress."
MAJOR DIDN'T SWEAR AT FOE
Hi "Go to Heir Wan Good Ad
vice, Says Landlady
New York, Oct. 12. When Major
Charles Whlttlesley. commander of the
new famous "Ixist linttallon," answered
the German demand for the surrender of
his surrounded and starving battalion In
the Argnnne forest with un Invitation to
"C!o to hell." he wns not swearing, but
only giving the (lennnns "good advice,"
says Mrs. (1. Pulllvan, the proud landlady
of a board I np house here In which tho
major lived tor seven years before he
Joined the nrmy.
He never wns a swearing man."
Mrs, Sullivan said. "Not a single oath
did I hear oul of him In the seven yenrs
ne was iieie, aim i e seen nun looKing
for a collar button at that. Hut you
wouldn't call his remark to the rjermnns
swearing exa:tly. would you? It was
Just what I would call very good ad
v Ice "
According lo Mrs, Sullivan. Major
Whlttlesley was "as nulet ns a mouse"
and "not at nil like a fighter." Ho It
thirty-five, ind was graduated from
Williams College and the Harvard Law
School. Ilu trained at I'lattsburgh
and was commissioned ns a captain,
later receiving his major's leaves over
seas. $36 A MON i H
New liornm. ready for occupancy.
btreets Trains every 2 minutes
stone flreplnce In llvlnp; room, electric
One 5 -Cent Fare,No Change of
floors, hot-water heat,
f.. "' aas fJaa. rj " li Inll Itti!' lll n "
m J "TJ JABAxTiJll?llKlJ"Civ's ' i '' Kji s ita "a r i i riTi-sttj H J"aBT L Qf&i ! ' . i
S- -i vx. CSlrZ&l
Come out toilav und see tho blgge.it value In a substantial home thai
has been offered In Philadelphia. Take Market Street Elevated to MlJsV
bourne Htatinn Bath Street then
BEN L. CARROLL
Tjr ' '
"fT tu nt?, SALE
ii im i'iiti..iii:i.nii.v
Ullll tiit-nc mo ifvn.K miisii" sv..huiibj hii,hv,i. iiii .. jvm v.b rt?4
icill bring complete details ot our co-operative plan
1431-33 Chestnut St. gar
& , , '- '
r v5it"",V5.'f'i'- j9Tjr
niW i i alt i n
MADE BY CAR 01
ThereVs Room for'!
incnt, Snys .Leadwri
(lasollne snles In rent)
slumped heavily during th e list i
motorists throughout the State i
voluntary movement to save 6,1
gallons of gas for the army In
Itetiorts from almost every county I
State Indicated that motorlnif fMi
uro wns going oui or. lasnion.1
"Snvo a gallon a week" has.
the slognn of the campaign. If eve4il
tho .150,000 owners In I'ennsylvanl i
his "gallon a week," In two month
will mnke up more than half ofVth
quired five million. Driver of
trucks and would-be tourists are
on to snvc the other half, the. I
by shutting down their motor1"
tho trucks are standing Idle and
latter by giving un their Intended,''!
"Itesults of the first week nre grar
Ing, but there Is plenty of room.
Improvement," said Illchanl D,
nrd, general manager of domestic
nf the Atlantic Kenning Company,, i
day. "If Pennsylvania motorist
In nvold compulsory regulation of I
Fuel Administration ana to nave'
autolosB Sunday request withdrawn.!
must show n willingness to nave
untarylly on week days. Five rrillli
gallons of gasoline saved Is not' l
ever here, but It means a lot to
Pennsylvania boys who are fighting"
battle over there. If we all do
bit nnd "save a gallon a week.'-Jt
not be a hardship on anyone." J'?Vj
Assurance by the United State'
Administration that the gaslesa
day request would be removed If en
.. .. la D,..mi .'nliinlnMlw nn Ur-dll
Is expected to spur auto ownrw-',: -
greater restrictions, ' rt. '
: ' '
XJ Af TT
AIinUN. Oct. 8. JOSEPH I., hurtmn.t
Mary u Ahrrn. Rout .( and irienoa i
i!fu io runerai. mon., u.i a. m.. h '
18th nt. To nrocoed to Ut. Dm.i' ..CtBU.t, .
Auto funtM-Al. -i'V
Aiiirli i. iiri, ii, nr pnrurnom. r Jtvvnt. i .
i on of tat Trunk and Martha M. Alwt
formerly of ItorhrMs-r. N. Y.. 2122 M MBl V
nt.. nirM .Hi. Fun urn. Mon., 1 tvnVrlNW '
K, 'hlttn HVf, int. private. h,
ALJOB. Oct. 10. WILLIAM. ra M
Mum nnd Annie AtJoe, aired 20.. Pf4
reMrfrnr 2ou') Morrli at. Int. Privat4
AltUKK. UCl. 1U, IVUWif. ., Hi
nf l!thel V. Allpn. nnd nan of John j
I iIa. J. Allen, uccrl 20. Helntlvea and fi
also Printing Preanmen'a Union No, 4,
vlted to attend funeral pervicei, Bun.(
m,, hi idincom una unui ATttv.
nolln, N, J. Int. private. Northwood
ai.ii;.. uci, . ot pneumonia, cm
J., huflhnnj of Gertruds Allen (net
rr) nnd inn or Marie and late i
Allen Funeral from 501S llaverford ar..
Jinn ini nrivatf.
Al.I.KV Of nnMimnnln. rwf. 10.
T.. wife of Thomaa W, Allen and dau
or jnmea it and Krancen I'earaon. t
Tuneral sertces Mon.. 3.30 p. m. 444
.,! I l V1aA taa kalual
V I V till- MIT-.l VIIK Jl 411. Iia.Tl ..
AMnKHH. Oct, 0, uf pneumonia. DAVH
K.. Infant fon of Hnlpih and Eliza AmteanL
need 3 montba. Funeral aervlcea Sun,r
p. m., 3014 N. llulley at. Int. ML rea-oa-Cem.
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AMnKFtS Oct. 0. of pneumonia. VMM
DI. Mlfe of Halph Ambera and rtauhtr m
Idrls and Anne Davlea. ncM 27. Iter
sun., 2 p. m.. 3014 N. Billey at. Int.
ANDKru)N'. Oct. It. ot nneua
nnitTiti'm: irtv. wir nf iinrner And
nnd daughter of KUvood and ISmma, TH.
eail 3. jfut notice of funeral vlflta
rlipn frnm 1 4 1 3 V. I'rntif t. '
ANDHUSON. Suddenly. Oct. ft. at.
m neton. n. .. AUHAHAM andehhon,
band of Ktla Itntxell nnd son of Ann
nnd late Jtobert IL. Anderson. Jfuner
convnicnri or ramiiy.
AN.NUAIC. Oct. H. WILLIAM. J.U
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I mine Inn. rrl.. AllUAlfAM ANDEItSOMZ-
nr iiutn Annrar. iteiativrs ana rneatm.
William C. Hamilton 1-r.dnf. No. MrW' i
nnd A.M.; m-mbira nf l'hlla. TaehtCMk
Invited to aarvlra, Tua.. 2 p. in., at 9m
Ollvar If. Ilalr Millar., 120 Chestnut, at. sfl -i
at West Laurel 11111 Crm. if T 1
.Continued an Next ra. ' -1 .-
1MAN KENT -IM'j
Marlborough rtoad. CCth ant?' Ma
on the Klevated. Drlcht. airy room.
outlets for fan and vacuum clean..)
14 Minutes to City HJ1 ;
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Willi UUIlL'tll sauwisa
wnlk one block south.
a. sua tttprt nv iviiirsf iciaa
OK (1311 AND AIICII STREETS.
RE AT, ESTATE FOR SALE
lT I'MII. MIKI.I'IIIA
Of a Lifetime
act at once
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