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IS WASHINGTON VIEW Continued from First Page,.) roUgliout the entire war \yould show Its boat advantage wore an artnls co allowed, it was snid. M'aii aims of ai,1.11:0 J POWKliS 1*1.AIX1. Y STATED It was less than two weeks ago' hen President Wilson restated tin- j ?1 tils of the war?and Ills- words have ' 6rt approved by all the allied coun-I Its?-and declared wo could not come 6 tortns with Germany or Austria. I "i View of this, some ollicinls here say ' 6 action of Prince Max is more than ' presumptions. We have stated oti r peace terms, more than once, it is up *0 Germany t.? accept them at their' i?6ce value, without asking for further jexplanatIons. it was pointed out. ?' "We arc all agreed." said the Pros!-' Bent in his New York address, "that ihere c.tn be 110 peace obtained by any ' llnd in' nargaln or compromise with the fcpveri of the central einpires. oocnu.- , <? have dealt with them al ready . have seen them deal with ?ihcr turnouts that were parties JO tli uggle. at Brest l.itovsk and J?ukhi They have convinced u< ; JtVa* (. ire without honor, anil do j 061 in. justice. They observe no toveniiiii. accept no principle but 1 force and their own interest. We can j $lot 'conn to teams' with them. They pave made it impossible. The German jjeople must by this time be fullv i a^ware that we cannot accept the word i 01 those who forced this war upon us. Wo do not think the same thoughts i or speak the same .language of agree- ; fr.eul." GERMANY HEING II EATEN ON ? BYRRY POINT, so WHY DEAI.fi r This particular portion of the Pres- ! Ident's speech, ofllcials say, closcs the i door to the Gorman proposal. J From a military standpoint, army i Dion declare, it would Vic folly to either j. fconslder peace with Germany at the j present time or think of an armistice, g&rmany is being1 beaten, not only on ' th? west front, but every other front. I H6r armies are withdrawing from | Kranco and Belgium because allied gtoel is relentlessly forcing llicin back.i Bulgaria has departed as a confeder- ' ilte; Turkey is wobbling in the same direction and Austria is not much bet- j tcr off. v Even In Russia, a country despoiled ! by Germany, the latter nation is com pelled to withdraw her men to stave pft the inevitable, on the west front , Prince Max, by words, army men say. In trying to avert the disaster that is ttigulflng the armies of the Kaiser, j There is one feature of Germany's S- eace plea which brightens tho Immo late prospects of the allies and this Js the effect that it will have on Tur key. Officials express the view that tFurkey, Boeing her most powerful ally pleading for a truce and peace, will come to the conclusion that it's about time to do likewise. *' If sentiment at the English embassy to-night Is an index to the manner in ithich England will receive the i!er- i tnan plea, the answer to Prince Max ?tylll be: i "You make mo laugh." j That was the way one British diplo mat commented on the proposal to night. He said: "It's like the man in the funny Saper, who says, 'you make me laugh.' tie peace terms of the. allies already Jiave boon stated?more than once. Germany Is simply sparring for llino* j its oho realizes a military defeat '.*1 in store for her before peace can fcomt." ftfrr ASK GF.NEUAI. l?OOII IF DESIltlXG AltMISTICE Vlf Germany desires an armistice her appeal must go to Marshal Foch. gen eralissimo of the allied forces on the yveatern front. This was the comment of War Department, ofllcials to-night. I; The granting of an armistice is purely a military measure, it was1 pointed out, and would of necessity! nave to conic through tho commanding ; Officer of the force which under the' arpilstlce would lay down their arms. The diplomatic branch of the belligor- j fcnts is not the proper placo for tho i filing of uii appeal for an armistice, i they said. ? Tho case of Bulgaria was recalled in this connection. The Bulgarians made Overtures directly to the French com mnnder. The Bulgarian envoys 'were received by General Franchet D'Espe rey, who exacted an unconditional sur render. and agreed to a suspension or hostilities after, referring tho proposal to Marshal Foch as commander-in-chief and the supreme allied war council at Versailles. ? / Senator Gilbert M. Hitchcock, chair man of the Senate Foreign Halations Committee, commenting to-night on the dispatch from Amsterdam that Prince Max of Baden, now German Chancellor, had asked the allies to state their peace terms, said: ? "This is a big step forward. It Is Equivalent to suing for peace by Ger many. If formal communication to that isffect Is sent by Germany to the allies and tho United States we will have to j finswer tliem. There will be probably ! a conference of the allies and America Immediately for a concerted statement of peace terms. The allies may agree, however, to have tjje Uiflted Slates speak for all th<?? nations" opposed to the central powers. \Vli_at these terms Will be already is clear." but they will be, of course, preliminary. "The final peace terms will be made at the peace table." SENATOR HOII AII IIKM AXDS 1I0H KN'/.OI.I.EUN A HUH'AVION Senator William E. BoVah, of Idaho, member of the Senate Foreign Rela tions Committee, said: "I would grant 110 armistice until the Hohenzollerns have abdicated, i \Vhon they are no longer political factors in Europe we can safely begin j /negotiations for peace with the Gor- ' man people. We should either dictate l:erms of peace to Kerlln or negotiate I peace with a German republic. as President Wilson so well and accu rately said in his last public address, frheri speaking of the German govern ment. 'we do not speak the same lan guage of agreement.' We will be a wise people if we stand by that state ment." Senator John K Shields, of Tonnes-! See, a membei of the Foreign Rela tions Committee, said < "I am opposed t ? a;.y armistice with ? Gray, faded hair turned beautifully | surprise awaiting them, because after dark and lustrous almost over night, j just one application the pray hair van it a reality. If you'll take the trouble ! ishes and your locks become luxurlant tp.mlx nage tea and sulphur, but what'M ly dark and beautiful the U?e. you get a large bottle of the ' This Is the age or youth, gray-hair rgady-to-use toni<-. called "Wyeth'H ?-d, unattractive folks aren't wanted Sage and Sulphur f'oii;|touiid" at drug around, .-o get busy with the Sage and ?Blor<;? bore. Million*- <>f bottles of ulphur to-nlglit and you'll l>e atnaz "JVyethV arc Bold ar nua'.ly, *a> s a cd at your youthful appearance and Well-known druggist. Irnmsc It d;..-k- tne real beauty and healthy condition etlB th? hair ho naturally and ev.-nly of your hair within a few de.yx. In - tHat no one can tell it Ijs?m happened I quiry at drug r*t??r? here ahowb thut ,, 'You Jui?t dampen a Hpois^e f>r hoft they all sell l>>ts >?f "Wy. th'H Sago and bruih with Wyeth'ii Sage and Sulphur Sulphur" and the folks using It ar?j and draw It through your hair, taking enthusiastic. This preparation is a de on? gmall strand at a time, Thom j itghtftil toilet requlHlte. it In not tn whow hair >? turning gray, becoming tended for the cure, mitigation or pro f*t)?d, dry, seraenly and thin have hJ vcntlori of diaeane.?Adv. > I MAXIMILIAN'S VIEWS OF 1917 RECALLED I _________ ? ' I Accused France of Precipitating War, Declared Lord Grey Did Nothing to Preserve Peace, and Caustically Criticized President Woodrow Wilson Year Ago. WASHINGTON. October 5. ?An In sight into tho churacter of I'rlnre Max of Haden, the now Imperial Gyrhian Chancellor. ;ind what he thinks <>f the United States. is revealed to-d::.v In an otlielal dispatch from France. It re calls a speech he made whan called to tlie presidency of the great dually of Hadnn. a right he assumed hy his birth on December I I, I!i 17, and sayi: "He accused France of intending to precipitate tho war *.?ud charged 1 .ord_ Grey with having done nothing to pre-" serve peace. He retold against the Russians the worst lies uttereil by his predecessors. Michaelis and Von liert ling. by saying it was Ktissia mat brought on the great catastrophe. Hut it was especially when be attacked the United States ami President Wilson that Prince Max gave way to his vio lent temper, and inclined to hatred and slander. He said: "President Wilson has no right to speak in the name of humanity. He the Germans until they lay down their | arms. There is no need of Germany i to ask our peace terms; they have been stated very clearly, and Her- j many knows how she can have peace! at any time?by unconditional sur render. 1 do not believe mere will be; any answer to this- new attempt of Germany to halt the allied sweep of | victory. 1 cannot see any need of con-; ference over our peace terms. This! must be a fight to a finish."? At the Italian embassy it was freely) predicted that Germany's proposal i would meet the same refusal that was, accorded the Austrian note. The chief j reason for this was l'rlnce Max's sug gestion that a federal state be created on behalf of Austria-Hungary. Such a confederation of states, it was said, would be unthinkable,inasmuch as the; United States had already recognized j the Czecho-Slovaks, as have the allies.! The other races that now go to make up the dual monarchy could not bo pacitled oy a confederation, it was de clared. and I'olaml, which President Wilson has said must be Independent, was cited as un instance. French diplomatic officials at the capital have held all along that ihei only peace France would be satisfied! with, w?B ono brought about by iui?l conditional surrender. They point .udo! with pride to the fact mat Km -ice, (suffering the worst reverses or war ror ii period of four years, never suggested peace or maneuvered for it, whereas Germany, once the tiae lias turned against her, Is vociferous in her de-1 mand for a. cessation of hostilities. PRINCE MAX ASKS ARMISTICE ContInned front First Page.) was not ripe for such a move. Illn rlenburg and Ludendorff are repre sented as having assured tho Kmperor und the new Chancellor that the sit uation in the west, grave as it was. was bv no means hopeless. Max's plan ivas defeated at the council and.a new race began between the militarists and Site pacifists, the former concentrating nil their plans and energies upon averting a real break through on the ivestern front before winter would compel a bait In the fighting. Hut from Vienna and at Berlin | Ihrottgh the Austrian ambassador the t Insistent voice of peace kept buzzing In the German chieftain's ears. Final ly the ultimatum came: "Peace or we surrender." Hurriedly the Kaiser wont into con ference with Prince Max and tho Aus- | trlan envoy. Whether Hlndenburg wsvs , present at that meeting Is not clear. The Impression is that, satisfied tho "shining sword" was to have another chance, he was heading back toward his hend?iuarterR on the front. SITUATION IX niJAI. MONARCHY niicomxti mour critical Meanwhile the situation in Austria Hungary was assuming a more and more threatening aspect. Hungary's leaders began to prepare for separate action. The plan to break away from Austria came to be openly discussed, i Secession was tho watchword in the inner circles of the Hungarian gov ernment. particularly among the Slav elements. Tho vo-i'y thought electrified the Hungarian population. Kmperor Charles, haunted by the specter of rebellion and his empire once, more menaced with invasion by the fast northward moving Serbians, redoubled bis pressure on Berlin. j In the Austrian chamber veritable riots were staged. Slav members shouted: "Down with Germany!" Fist tights ensued, marked by mutual ac cusations of the gravest sort. "Peace" v/as the all pervading urge. , Through the streets of Vienna hun gry mobs marched singing the "Xlnr seillalso" and yelling for bread and peace. MOW CIIANCKM.OIt CA1.I.S FOR "KitHi:I)(?.>! OF SEAS" 'inv Anaociatcd Press.! PABIS. October E>.?Prince Maxi milian of Baden, the new German Ini TOO I.ATH TO CLASSIFY ~ r'WR-MANUXT bome with uav for white woman wllllnc to conk and do some cleaning for small faniilv. Address 1'. O. 1 u>x l.'.IS. ltieh111ond. heaths. a; HAltTHKM,..? Died, in Philadelphia Satur day uvenlnit. October fi. with heart failure. I ii/ti.r n nrol'.nireil illness of several months. M It. II II 11A I ITS K 1.1fit. -Mr. llartselfs , ileiilh followed that of his son only three days later. and he i? survived bv bis wife. , Mrs. A11 co Carver Hartsell. who will ae- | company lioth hoilie? to rtiehmoml to-mor- i row for interment in ilt Cnlvarv Cemoterv. Fnnera 1 notice will be announced later. | SkTTTTk i at 9:20 o'clock Saturday liiuhi. October j. 10IS. at Camp !.<?<?, Va.. us the rehult of pneumonia. THOMAS U. S F.I.I UO. onlv hot of Mr. ond .Mrs. T. .1. Sell..-, t'heMerfteld Countv. lie was a brother ?*( Mrs. 10 C. Walthall. .!r.. and a ball brother of Mrs. A. J I'atrum. Funeral aimouneement later. has allowed American industry engraved in peace lo bo employed, in a large measure, on death and at a time when America was still at pcace with Ger many. * "He strictly maintained his formal r.'ght to provide ammunition for our <#nemles. but he abandoned without any resistance America's humane right to tj.ke care of noncolnbatairts and par ticularly of the wetk and sick. "lie appeared indifferent and heart less when he assented the task of pro tecting our war prisoners in Russia. At the time of the late government our prisoners in Russia died by the thous ands. and America made no use of her enormous pressure in order to obtain by force an improvement. "America has also borne with the bad trratment inllicWMl in France on our countrymen by the cruelty of the population." perlal Chancellor, will declare against annexations in the west by Germany and in favor of full restoration of liel^ium. according to r dispatch to L,e Journal from Zurich. The restoration will be carried out by means of an in ternational fund, however, according to the program which it is indicated the Chancellor will propose to the Reichstag to-day. In general, it is de clared, his statement of policy will be based oti both the Reichstag peace resolution of 11117 ami the recent state ment of Baron BUriaii. the Austro Hungarlan Foreign Minister. There is indication also that the Chancellor will make known a dispo sition to oonlido the revision of the Brest Litovsk and Bukharest treaties to a congress of all the belligerents. He will declare against payment of the damage done to Frailcc, it is declared, I and will demand the freedom of the I seas in the German sense of that phrase and the return of the German colonies. It further forecasts that tho Chan cellor will favor partial and progres sive disarmament, but that he will not entertain any idea of an arrangement with France concerning Alsace-Lor raine and Is absolutely opposed to the return of the two provinces. WINTER TIME ON 27TH < locks Will lie Turned Ilnek nn Hour, j niul Trains Will Have to Walt. rnv Associated Press.1 WASHINGTON, October f?.?Railroad | timepieces are to be turned back one hour at 2 A. M. Sunday, October 27, when the period of O.iyl'.ght saving ends, according to orders issued to-day by the railroad adniln'i.t liiiiii 9 After the change in time, regular trains must be held to conform tQ their regular schedules DOCTORS PRESCRIBE ACID IRON MINERAL lOinlAent Physicians Xo?v lCndorse This Greatest of All lletnedles Because of its Kcmnrkablc Prop erties. Practically the entire medical pro- | fession is now of one voice in declar ing that men and women of tho pres ent day lack enough iron in their sys tems to lce_ep up with the pace that these modern times demand. The pub lic is turning to Acid Iron Mineral as the one Remedy to supply this defi ciency because it contains just the right proportions, and does not harm the teeth. 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No nasal tone, but a perfect re-creation of the greatest singers and artists. Have you heard the New Edison? State Fair visitors invited. C.B.HAYNES<m AT IICCNO TEN 'ARE UNDER ARREST ON DISGRACEFUL CHARGE Wllllnm j. Oliver, Wealthy Noxhvllle Manufacturer. Charged With Fur iils<la 1 iipr DrfecUvr Ammunition. W ASHINGTON, October 5.?Special attention will bo Kiveu by Depart ment of Justice officials 10 the prose cution of William J, Oliver, tbe Weal* thy Knoxvlllc, Ton ii.. manufacturer, ami ii I no olllcers of it it* company ar retted yesterday on fihargd^ of <:6ll aplraOy and fraud in the manufacture of defective shells for tho army. If tile defendants arc guilty. the Attor noy-(Jenfe:'al will seek to make an ex ample or them. 'this Is the lirst ease developed by the government In which executives .of a war plant have been accused of implication in crimes Involving graft ing through output of defective mu nitions. The penalty for .such an of fetifee under thb sabotage act is thirty years Imprisonment. Agents of the Department of Justice and the Army Intelligence Service are said to have Worked for several weeks in. the Knoxville plant gathering evi dence. The lirsi information that something was wrong was said to have come ftjoin within tho plant itself. Reports of similar conspiracies else where are being investigated. representatTvetalbott. OF MARYLAND, IS DEAD Veteran sipimmnn Wan Known n? the "Father" of ilir Home of It e preneiitnt Ives. BALTIMORE. 111)., October 5.?Rep resentative J. lr. C. Talbott. of the Sec ond Maryland District, died at bis home. L,ut herville. Baltimore County, shortly after 7 o'clock to-night. The veteran statesman, who was thp "father" of the American House or Representatives, the last surviving Confederate iti the lower body of tile National legislature, had been in fail ing health for about a year. Death was duo to acute urae'.nin. aggravated by a heavy cold contracted during the rttimmer and which failed to respond to treatment. Mr. Talbott ? had _ been practically unconscious since. ?> o'clock Saturday evening, but his wonderful vitality staved off -t.be end. which at tending physicians realized was shortly Inevitable just after Mr. Talbott was forced to take to his bed on Thursday night of last week. lie had been in Washington, his last visit to the cap ital. on tho previous day. The dead Mary Ian dor was a close personal friend of President * Wilson and during his Illness the President sent to the sick room of Mr. Talbott a huge bouquet of American beauty A Stubborn Cough ^ Loosens Right Up $ 11 ' TIiIm home-made remedy In n > !; wonder for qnlek results. j ]' to: i h 11 y and cheaply made. s \ 7 llere is a home-made syrup which millions of people have found to be the most dependable means of breaking up stubborn coughts. It is.cheap and sim ple, but very prompt in action. 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To avoid disappointment ask your druggist for "2>j ounces of Pinex" with full directions, and don't accept anything else, tiuaranteed to give ab solute satisfaction or money promptly refunded. The Pinex Co., l?'t. Wayne, Ind.?Adv. roses and followed this by a feeling letter of svinputhy. ,.?.b"e.r.v.?a hlB "cvonty HOUSE BUILDING IN HURRY HOMES FOR SEVEN PINES ?>'lnr?y l?rr (>n? or Work on lliinicnlow CoHinlefed In .V'lx(?-Cti Minutes. - <?ov*rnm*nt'M'llla; Contract. , HCNTlN'dtfoN*. WEST VA.. October ?The H u nt Inn ton Lumber and Stip l>ly t'omiiany hits coltimeiK'Cd work in earnest on the $1,000,000 contract Just tnudo with the government to build six-room bungalows. - with baths for erection at the various munition and projectile Plants In this State and \ IrKinia. Those bungalows are to be irnnufactufod hero, placed in stock and snipped out when required under the direction Of the tlotisInK Corporation to such points as it derilfes to erect them. Many of them will probably be shipped to tho munition bngging plant ..t Seven Pines. Lleiitcnnnt Itftrr Killed. LONDON. October 5.?Lieutenant Chapln O. Barr was killed and Captain Artemus L. rsntefc and an unidentified American sergeant are missing, it was announced to-niRht l>j- t.'plted States naval headquarters. The three Ainert- I can flyers hart been onnrntlng In sop-! a rate machines Willi French aviators, j having been loaned to the French for ! important operations. | Captain Gates, well known as a Yale ! " war and medicines" What minify of the Slek nn<I AIHiik Are l.enrnlnc >ownilitj*. So many doctors have gone to war. the services of comparatively few arc available at home. tSnod proprietary medicines are more widely used than ever, and more an?i more people are llnding out how great their merit is. At this time, when there is greater need of economy than ever before. 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Seventh and Main football star, was commander of tlie j president of Vassar College, who was United Stu'teu navnl ibombliiK UaavB in recently uivon lcuve of nonenco owing Helghim/ to poor health, will not return. A SHIP OF SORROW HUN CAUGHT IN ACT ) ? gpnninlt I'tiN/irUnri1 I. Iner Iteporta \lne-j 11-en Dciul and Many 111 Krom Siinnlnli Inlluenztt. I Mv AnsucltUeil Press. I HAVANA. October 6.?The Spanish' liner, Alfonso XII., bound from Kp'tln for a port In the 'West Indies, with 1.231 passenurers on board, reported by wireless to-day that nineteen persons' bad died on the steamer from KpaitlBh | influenza and th.it many others were! III. The "MnwueH" fane In Jurj'* Itamln. NKW YORK. October 5.?The case of j Max Knstmun. John Heed and three I other defendants in the j.;dve?im\ent's I indictment charging tiiein with con- , spiraey to obstruct Hie draft law through the publication, ".Masses.'' went to the jury to-duy. (acrninn OOlcer Ordered to Denfroy St. Uucntlu Cti|t(iireU iif Moment lie started Work. PARIS, October i .--Alt factories and business houses Sii St. Quentln likely to compete a?;aiu?l Oetinan Industrie'* were methodically destroyed bv tltO (?artnans. I'vyond the danmKo to fac tories and business houses the prop erty lis:? will not be (treat and the normal ilfo of the eity can quickly be rpstored. The Herman ofllcer who was ordered to destroy the town was captured at the moment he was about to do so. I>r. >lnct'rneken .May <tult. POIUSHK KKPSIK, N. V.. October 5.? Tlio report was current here to-niffht; that Dr. Ilenry Noble MacCraclteii. I Con! men U a Me Conner vat Ion. WASHINGTON, October 5.-^By re flaiinlUK torn feed sacks and food pro vision bags the reclamation division of Camp Johnston, Jacksonville, saved the Kovei'nment tl?'.SiO during the last two months, the War Department to-day announced. The division also has started manufacturing galvanized Iron buckets from scrap. 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M:' W WW m Iit 1 VU Jj Fair Visitors--The South's Largest | Music House Bids You Welcome H / When you are in town (o visit the State Fair s you must embrace the opportunity to come and H see the enormous plant \vc have here that is de ll voted exclusively to the sale and display of every ~ thing in the musical line. In reality, it is a genu ^ ine musical department store, carrying every K thing from Pianos, Players and Music to Victrolas 1 and records. ?j Right here we deem it important that we direct your nt jj| ^ tenlion to thp wonderfully large and complete stocks of Pianos H and players (hat wo have on our floors?instruments .that wo bought early and in large numbers in order that we could tako E care of our customers, in the face of the certain shortuge that is bound to come. Included in this stock are twelve of the world's best makes in an almost endless assortment of styles and finishes that will enable the most particular person to easily get just the Piano or Player that they want. We will he glad to have you come in and see these instruments, whe ther you wish to buy or not. ? a i 8 ? ? Make It a.Point to See Our Victrolas THE LARGEST STOCKS TO BE POIND IN' THE ENTIRE SOUTH A visitor to ti;53 store said the other day, "I would not believe that you had so many Victrolas and rec ords had I not seen them with my own eyes, and I * think you should tell the public more about this de partment in your advertisements, as 1 don't think that they realize what a splendid establishment they have in their city." This announcement is the result of this man's statements, and we extend to everyone the most cordial welcome to come and visit this store. If you are interested in buying a Vjctrola we will be only too glad to show you the different models and play for you any records that you may wish. You will find any size or stylo you want hero in (his stock, apd wo will bo pleased to explain to you our convenient payment plan as applied to the buying of Victrolas. Buy Your Liberty Bonds at Once?Delay Does Not Help, and Only Makes Virginia's Record Look Bad. B) Wo are agents g for the Celebrated ? York Hand Instru ments. Small musical in struments ' of nil kiniis. AH tho latest Sheet Music nt 10c per copy. "Tho House That Mado Richmond Musical."