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TO ENTER WAR
ttonstantine Sends Personal
Letter to Ferdinand mar,
He Will Join Allies
rUST MOVE FOR PEACE
PXnti-Teutonic Riots in Ru
manian Unpiuu ronow ivu
port of Alliance
LONDON, Sept. S3.
wWomacy's conflict In the Balkans con
sist Though tho near east Is an armed
""-l to" Allies are malntalntnB their
2Ertstokeep Bulgaria from Joining Oer
?l According to latest reports. King
!Tn7untlne of Greece has sent a personal
2r to KlnB Ferdinand, at Bona, warn-
tetter to AVins , nr,lrlniillon In
,2 war on the side of the Teutonic al
Jac"l orce Qcce nthe Entente
rwi letter, says a. dispatch from Buch
JwJ. sent from Athens after tho
5?Mn Minister to Greece had conferred
"STth Consuntlne and Premier VenUelos.
Jdraros have been exchanged by Vcn
Sm and Premier Badoslavoff. Thero
IS unconfirmed rumors that these relate
tT the cession, of Macedonia to the Bui
Mrs a move which probably would at
fcuit keep Bulgaria neutral.
Romania Is moving troops toward the
MUartan frontier, according to reports
rectlved hero today.
Tho numanlan King has summoned
Into conferenco members of the Cabinet
ind leaders of all political parties, ac
cording to Bucharest dispatches received
litre this alternoon.
The King's action rollowed the audience
Tie wanted the Grand Duke of Mecklen
irure. special envoy of the Kaiser, who
reached Bucharest early this week to!
clead with Itumanla to remain neutral'
no matter what develops In the Balkans.
At a late hour today no hint had reached
London as to the outcomo of this; un
important conference, upon which hangs
the poslbllItles of the Balkans entering
All dispatches from Sofia today were so
heailly censored that they throw llttlo
or no light upon tho Balkan situation.
Athens reported that the Greek capital
u still entirely In the dark as to tho
, Bulgarian Czar's Intentions, but believed
an announcement will bo made from
Bofla before Bulgarian mobilization Is
A dispatch from Vienna says: "The
great Austro-German offensive against
Bervla Is expected to start within a few
toys Heavy artillery Is being taken to
the frontier, and this will be used to
clear the way through th6 defenses con
tracted by the Serbs under direction of
D. OF P. LAW SCHOOL
Fellowships Awarded to Three Men.
, Honor List Published
Prizes and honors for students In tho
Law School of the University of Penn
sylvania for the year 1914-15 were an
nounced by the trustees to day. They
are as follows:
The P. Pemberton Morris prize was
.awarded to Isidore L. Greenburg, with
honorable mention to Alvln L. Levi.
t The Meredith prizovwas awarded to
' The Vendlg prize went to George N.
The Peter McCall prize was awarded to
tTale L. Schekter, Frank L. PInola and
Alvln h. Levi were appointed Gowen
Fellows for the scholastic year of 1015-16.
The award carries with It an allowanco
of $309. The students will spend the year
In research work at the university.
Honor men for the year are as follows:
First year: George N. Kent. Barnle
wlnkelman, William P. Reeve, 3d, Ray-
mana jv. uenwortn ana Edwin A. Lucas.
Second year: Benjamin M. Kline, Ed
ward Elsensteln, Louis E. Levlnthal, Leo
Weinrott, Lemuel B. Schofleld and Heath
Third year: Earl Hepburn, John W.
MeWIMams, George J. Schorr, Alvln L.
Lovl, Isidore L. Greenburg, Louis Wln
kleman, Thomas Reatli, Jr., and Edward
suffra'Sists GET LECTURER
Belle Kearney, of Mississippi, to Toko
Stump in Pennsylvania v
As part of the program of a vigorous
eampalgn this fall, tho Equal Franchise
Society of Philadelphia has enlisted the
"rv ces of Miss Belle Kearney, of
MMeslppi, a lecturer on woman suffrage
soother subjects on Chautauqua clr-
M the headquarters of the society this
Kerning Miss Kearney said she had been
enured to iin.. .,.,. j.. .,.., n.
, ueer on the suffrage question In dlf-
E le-rent nnrta m 1. a-. m ... . .
pfila to Pittsburgh.
1ES TAKING SON TO COLLEGE
Freminent Williamsporfc Man Expires
on Auto Trip
WILLIAMSPOnT, Pa,, Sept ffi.-Fran-"
carleton Bowman, 71 years old, one
the most widely known residents pf
V i7T: . " .T.TO "uoaeniy loaay at Lock
W rwu ' wbL'6 en routo by a"to to State
ih iM8 WM ,dent'fled with many
winess Interests hero, and at one lime
chief backer of the Wllllamsport
TOstate basebal team.
I.. W. ii. i . .
if -n. "'emoers faint Church
I tiC.. "S. ' Prospect Park Baptist
' iTinV ,7 """ with a new coat of
if iha "PP'ifd by women members
f A1a .'"''" "U time ago they
ttfte.4 2 f?.v.e Sene by cleaning the
fcterinr .. i i. . lney louna ,hat th0
". o iney aia that work, too.
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U.S. ORCEIN RUNNING
BATTLE WITH HAITIANS
Americans, Commanded by Ma
jor S. D. Butler, of West
Chester, Defeat Rebels
CAPE HAITIEN, Sept 25 -American
forces under Major S. D. Butler, of West-
Chester, Pa., today fought a running
battlo with Haitian rebels near Gonalves.
Learning that the rebels had entrenched
themselves near Gonalves, the American
marines advanced on their position and
soon drove them out.
The rebels broke and fled after a few
volles had been fired. They were
pursued by the Americans.
Major Butler was engaged In disarming
the rebels when his force was -attacked.
Week Shovra Falllntr Off in Number
The total number of, deaths from all
causes In the city during the week was
412, a decreaso of 111 from the number re
ported last week by tho Division of Vital
Statistics of tho Bureau of Health. Tho
arrival of cool woathor Is given aa ono
reason for the falling off of tho death
A noticeable decrease Is also shown by
a portion of the report of cases of com
municable diseases, the report of typhoid
fever showing only S3 new cases, as com
pared with 41 last week. Seven cases or
scarlet fever were reported, as compared
with eight Inst week.
The deaths for the week were divided
as follows: Males, 230; females, 1S2; boys.
SO, bnd girls, 64. The total for the cor
responding week last year was 451, ex
ceeding by 39 the Bhowlng on today's
Among the causes of death, cancer, the
pretalenco of which has been the cause
of much recent comment, is credited with
24 victims; diarrhoea claimed 67 babies,
whllo tuberculosis carried oft 45 adults,
awMjeart disease, 56.
Tho causes of death were as follows:
Typhoid fever t
nwhooplns coukIi -
Kpldeniln diseases U
Tuberculosa ot lungs 4B
Tuberculous menlnrltls i
Other forms of tuberculosis 3
Cancer anil malignant tumors 24
Simple meningitis . J
Apoplexy and softening of brain 10
Organic diseases of hcurt 05
Acuta bronchitis 7
Chronic bronchitis 1
Diseases of the respiratory system 1
Diseases of tho stomach 8
Diarrhea nnd enteritis .. fir
Appendicitis and typhlitis., 2
Hernia , A
Cirrhosis ot the liver , 8
Acule nephritis and HrUht's disease 3J
Noncancerous tumors and diseases ot
genital organs 1
Tuerperal septicemia J
Other puerperal accidents of pregnancy
Congenital debility and malformations 31
Od oga 3
Violent deaths 14
nttects ot heat 4
All other diseases 67
Total , 412
VON PAPEN DENIES HE
CALLED YANKEES IDIOTIC
German Military Attache Says His
Letter Was Misconstrued
SAN FrtANCtSCO, Sept. 23. Captain
Franz von Papen, military attache of the
German Embassy, said today that ho did
not mean to apply tho phrase "Idiotic
Yankees" to the people of the United
States. He explained that these two
words, found In a letter carried by James
F. J. Archibald, referred to the publish
ers of a New York newspaper.
"The letter which has caused so much
discussion was directed to my wife,"
said von Papen. "Frankly, I think that
the action In making public the letter of
a man to his wife Is deuced bad form.
The British authorities, when they found
the letters upon the person of Mr. Archi
bald, pounced upon those two words,
said von Papen. "Frankly, I think that
"They have published only an excerpt
of my letter, thus changing Its meaning
MR. SNIDE CALLED A SNIDE
Taxicab Drivers Say Penniless Pas
senger Rode for Hour
The temptation to ride In a taxicab can
not bo overcome by Walter Snide, even
when he doesn't possess the price. In the
last two days he has ridden 38 miles In
taxis without paying a cent. Today he
ended a 12-hour ride at 17th and Colum
bia avenue and was arrested by Police
man Bowman on complain tv of Walter
Walls, the drlvw.
Walls said he started out with Snide
last night and covered all parts of the
city. Finally he thought It would be a
good Idea to collect Then he found that
his farejfras penniless, he said. w
Then Bowman remembered that he had
arrested Snide at the same place yester
day on complaint of Harry Jenks, a taxi
cab driver, who had hauled htm for 16
hours. The bill due Walls waa $22. When
Snide was brought before Magistrate
Morris ho almost fell off the bench.
"You were In here yesterday," he said,
"for falling to nay a bill of J 16. and you're
under $300 ball now."
i mmpiy can i neip u, sum onme.
He was held In (800 ball for a further
hearing. The prisoner gave his address
as 12 th and Flora streets.
Family Finds Servant Dead in House
Bridget .Qerrlty, for many years a seiv
vant In the home .of Walter I. Cooper,
1819 Spring Garden street, was found dead
today on the family's return, after an
absence of several days. The woman,
who was lying In the kitchen, had been
dead at least two days, Dr. Thomas C.
Kly, 2011 Green street, said death was
due to heart trouble. Relatives were no
tified. She was CO years old.
I Oui To-day
end Adventure b
aoar AjNK lOWMS)
CARDINAL GOTTI CRITICALLY ILL AS RESULT OF FALL
TAniS, Sept. 25. Cardinal Clottl Is in a. crltlcat condition, the result of ft
fall In his mce, according to Home dispatches today. Tho Cardinal Buffered
concussion of tho brain, and because of his advanced age doubt is entertained
as to his recovory,
BERNSTORFF SEES EARLY END OF U-DOAT CRISIS
NEW YORK, Sept. 26. Count von JJernstorft believes that tho submarine
controversy between his country and tho Washington Government will be set
tlcfl very soon. "I will go to Washington In a few days and hold nn interview
with SecroHry of State Lansing," sal the Gorman Ambassador today. "I nm
able to assure tho American pcoplo that tho matter will be arranged quickly
and satisfactorily for both sides. 1 have been In constant communication with
Berlin, and I regard It as a matter of a very short time until the controversy
Is ended forever."
HUGE ALCOHOL ORDER RECEIVED IN UNITED STATES
NEW YORK, Sept. 25. Announcement was made today thnt tho United
States Industrial Alcohol Company has obtained tho largest order for alcohol
ever placed In tho United States. Neither the amount of It nor the names
of those who placed tho order wcro rovealcd. Part of the contract has been
sublet to tho Distillers' Securities Company, and thero will be enough work to
reopen all tho plants of that concern. Somo of the smaller concerns also wore
called upon to assist In filling tho huge order.
FREDERIC THOMPSON MUCH IMPROVED
NEW YOniC Sept, 26. The condition of Frederick Thompson, well-known
amusement promoter, was much Improved today. This announcement was
given out by Mrs. Thompson, who Is at her husband's bedside at the Poly
FRENCH SOLDIERS MAY GET FIVE CENTS A DAY INCREASE
PARIS, Sept. 25. Tho Army Committee of tho Chamber of Doputles has
decided to recommend that tho pay of French Boldlers be Increased from 1 cent
to 5 cents a day as from July 1, 1916.
Tho change would mean an lncrensed expenditure of nbouy $26,000,000
a year. ; f
FRENCH WARSHIP SILENCES DARDANELLES BATTERY
PARIS, Sept. 26. A French warship has entered tho Dardanelles nnd
silenced a Turkish battery on the Asiatic coast, It was officially announced
this aftornoon. Tho Turks havo made several unsuccessful nttempts to explodo
mines under French trenches at tho southern tip of Gnlltpoll.
UNITED STATES BATTLESHIP ARKANSAS DAMAGED
WASHINGTON, Sept. 25. An accident to tho battleship Arkansas, which
has placed her circulating pumps out of commission, whtlo engaged In target
practice off the Virginia enpes, wns reported to the Navy Department today by
Admiral Frank Fletcher. Ho says that no ono was injured, but that it has
been necessary to send tho battleship Into Hampton Roads for repairs.
AMERICAN ACTRESS BARRED FROM BRITISH STAGE
LONDON, Sept. 25. "An example of particularly harsh treatment by the
authorities of an American actress who has lived many years In this country,"
Is reported by tho Express
Sirs. Chaptn, the victim. Intended to act in Bernard Shaw's "Pygmalion" at
Barrow-in-Furness this week. Sho applied to the chief constable for permis
sion to appear, but he refused on tho ground that Barrow-in-Furness was a
prohibited area, nnd aliens were not allowed to perform there.
INDIA DEMANDS REPRESENTATION IN BRITISH COUNCIL
LONDON, Sept. 26. Aspcclal dispatch from Simla announces that India's
place In tho councils of tho empire wns discussed at an Important meeting of
the Imperial Legislative Council yesterday and that a resolution will be for
warded to London requesting that measures be taken to havo India represented
at the next council of the empire as are tho overseas dominions and de
pendencies. Tho resolution asking that India in future bo officially represented
at conferences of tho British empire was approved by Baron Havcdlnge, the
SPAIN NEUTRAL, BUT SYMPATHIZES WITH ALLIES
PARIS, Sept. 25. Melqulades Alvarez, leader of tho Reformist Party In
the Spanish Cortes, who Is hero as a delegate of the Liberal elements In Spain
to assuro the French Government of their sympathy with the Entente Allies,
declares that tho "Spanish Government is absolutely and loyally neutral in the
war, although you may say that all the Liberal elements are favorable to the
Allies." Alvarez declares that Spain Is working In entire harmony with the
United States nnd is ready to co-operato In tho promotion of peace.
SERB GUNS DEMOLISH GERMAN TRENCHES
Nlsh, Servla, Sept. 25. The following official statement on war operations
has been Issued by the Servian War Office: r
"On Monday wo prevented tho enemy from proceeding with fortification
work near Yolachnltza, northwest of Vlshcgrad, (In Bosnia), near the Servian
CANADA PLANS nEAVY TAXES AND $100,000,000 LOAN
OTTAWA, Sept 25. A war budget providing for a domestic loan of $100,
000,000, heavy duty on tea and a graduated tax on incomes Is understood to be
under consideration by tho cabinet at an alarming rate and revenues falling
under consideration by tho Cabinet. With war expenditures Increasing at an
alarming rate and revenues falling away, despite war taxation measures enacted
at tho last parliamentary session, the Dominion Is faced with a serious financial
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mud and dirt.
Males your atep light aad yew
wallrfag easy aid aafe.
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JUDGE RULES AGAINST
Declares She Believes She Is Unable
to Work After Fall
ATLANTIC CITY, Sept. JS.-Imalna.
Hon that one Is unable to work Involves a
mental condition so far beyond the grasp
of Judge C. C. Shlnn, of the Common
Pleas Court, that he refused to give It
even the semblance of legal acceptance.
Miss Anna Morrer, a former employe
of a Boardwalk hotel, suing her former
employers for damages arising from In
juries received when she tripped while
entering an elevator, alleged that as a
result sho now Imagines she Is unable to
work and consequently does not work,
thereby suffering a permanent Injury. It
was shown the petitioner had been physl.
cally Incapacitated for two weeks,
LEAVES WEALTH TO CHURCH
$18,000 Estate Goes to Catholic
Charities' 'and Ono Sister
The balance of an 18,167 estate left by
Bridget Comber, late of 927 North 22d
street, after the payment of a bequest to
her sister, will be applied to charities of
tho Roman Catholic Church, according to
the provisions of her will, which was
admitted to probate today.
Tho Continental Equitable Title and
Trust Company Is named as executor,
with power to distribute the money
among such Cathollo charities "as will
most need the same." The amount for
charity cannot be ascertained until the
realty Is disposed of.
Other wills probated were those of
Wllhelmlne Jud, late of 1&17 North 20th
street, who left an estate valued at
$19,800; Henry It. Craven, 4123 Main street.
Manayunk, J5000: Iteglna Hunold, 333
South 6th street, $6700; William Hller,
SSCO North 10th street, $2100, and Sarah
Montleth, who died In the West Philadel
phia Homeopathic Hospital, S2007.
Elevator Cracks Man's Skull
Joseph Fisher, 23 years old, of 4903
North Front street, had a narrow escape
from death today, when ho wns struck
on the head by a descending elovator at
Moore's bakery, 11th and Spring Garden
streets, where he Is employed. Fisher
hnd attempted to look down tho eleva
tor shaft, and his head was over the
safety gate when tho elevator descended.
Other emplojes prevented him from
being thrown down the shaft. He Is In
the Hahnemann Hospital with a probable
fracture of the skull.
F-Type Craft to Bo Reconstructed
WASHINGTON. Sept. 25 Reconstruc
tion of F-type submarines 1. 2 and 3 at
Mare Isand, ns a result of recent minor
accidents and tho F-4 disaster probe at
Honolulu, was ordered by tho Navy De
Financing Great Wars
at Home and Abroad
Joseph Jackson recalls that the North, with a population of only twenty
millions, raised four billions of dollars for the Civil War. And that the
second war tribute which Germany imposed upon France in 1870 was
thirteen times oversubscribed.
Many other facts lead Mr. Jackson to believe that if we really care to
lend, our hundred-million population could easily raise that one billion
for Great Britain on short notice. You'll derive much instruction from
these first lessons on the finance of big wars.
THAT it is a FALLACY to hold that the normal man habitually
drinks to excess, whereas it is a FACT that it is only the
abnormal man who becomes a drunkard, is amply proven by a re
cent article entitled "What Drives Men to Drink," by Lucian Cary
in The Illustrated World. Some interesting extracts follow!
f(F late Science hat been rapidly disposing of old views of
" alcoholism. Science has shown .... that lack of will
power is an altogether negative explanation of a positive fact Dr.
G. Archdall Reid. a British bioloelst Is one of those who reached
this conclusion. In his book
he distinguisnea tnree classes ot artnkers. The hrst class consists
of those who drink to satisfy the normal thirst of the body for
or Ihvsictwl Defect
$ Chronic Alcoholism
I1T nil a fl
CHIEF Justice Harry Olson, after commenting on the fact that
"the Psychopathic Laboratory has examined hundreds of
alcpholics," comes to this conclusion, as a result of those examina
tions: "We would therefore emphasize the point that chronic alco
holism is secondary to some underlying mental or physical defect
which Is primary, and without which the chronic alcoholism would
PUT In terser form, there was some defect In the man which made
him become a drunkard. Habitual drunkenness does not cause
mental or physical defects but the defects cause the drunkenness I
HTaLKINQ of the "cures" far drunkenness this interesting article
A has this to say: "All the physical treatment in the world won't
cure a psychic defect, and it is psychic defects that He at the root of
chronic alcoholism nine times out of ten, perhaps ninety-nine times
out of a hundred. I have seen men who had taken well-known drink
cures tnree timet over, ana wno were reaay to take one again."
TN conclusion, the wmmlng up of the article drives home this thought: "The m whs wairtt.to
get drunk, who feels he is driven to driiik, will do well to search out the Mortwt Ttrnrnltnlst
The probability Is that the desire is born of tome hidden psychic defect Nemal mw k wttdSn
alcohol in excess. It is only the abnormal who are driven to drink." "
IT IB a fallacy to siy
uwuimvi mm" -" - "- "7i si uy ic BDnewwat MM
comet a drunkard.
fhilmdtlphio. Lager Br Brrnvntrs' Aitimn
(Th nl artleU will aptar WtdntJay, Sftfiml M4)
JITNEYS OUT AGAIN
AS CLUB MACHINES
Drivers Do Busincsa Once Moro
on Basis Designed to Foil
The Jitney Is about to bo revived to
plv merrily on Its way up and down
nroad street once again, unless some
method is found by the police to put tho
People's Molor Club out of business.
Superintendent of Police Itoblnson, who
i..... u.n ..it,i k willlftm J. Cooley.
attornoy" for the Police Department, that
the operation or --;uneya uy " -i.
tr,n. m.tt. la mir1v an evasion
of tho Jitney ordinance, has asked City
Solicitor Ilyan for an opinion In tho mat
ter with a view to taxing anion p'
tho drivers of the cars
... i.......nt nnhlmnn declared that
Bhould tho City Solicitor's opinion favor
police action, Wnoiesaio m:au win -
The People's Motor Club Is the latest
method of the Jltneurs to escape the pay
ment of a license fee and the filing of a
12500 bond. There are 60 Jitneys runn ng
on Droad street today under the club
plan, patronized, according to the clubs
books, by moro than 4000 "members.
The plan consists In the selling of a
membership card In the People's Motor
Club for 25 cents The member then Is
entitled to five rides on any of the club
cars before his membership expires. The
tickets are not transferable, but may bo
purchased from any driver of a car the
According to Randolph the club Is only
In Its first stages. Neither the drivers
nor the public are familiar with It yet.
But when they do become so, Randolph
says, thero will be no limit to Its suc
cess. Ho says the whole scheme came
to him like a dream a few days ago. Ho
has consulted a lawyer and been assured
that the scheme Is legal bo long as the
drivers refuse nil nickel fares.
VAltlCOSE VK1NS. ULCEUS.
Nrak Anklra. Hnollrn I.rit. Kte.
AICB r.MCNI.V SU1TOHTED
BY TUB USE OP TUG
Corliss Laced Stocking
SANITArtY. ns ther mr be
washed or boiled.
Comfortable, made to meamre.
NO KLAMTICi ailjnatablei laces
like a Ircclnici Ilrht ami durable.
ECONOMICAL. CoU 51.75 each,
or two for the tame limb, $3.00,
pontpaltl. Cnll nnd be measured
free, or wrlto for self-mraanra-mrnt
Wank No. B.
We nlno make non-rlattic ab
riotplnal belts to ordrr.
ItniiTs, 0 to S tlnll.T. Rat, 0 to 4.
Pcnna.Corllts Limb Specialty Co.
430 Ilrrd Ride. 1'hcme Wat. 901
ltl!3-lS rilbert Ht.. I'lilla.
FACT is o real state of things. FALLACY is an appar
ently genuine but really illogical statement or argument.
on 'Alcoholism A Study In Heredity,'
liquid. The second class includes those
.. ... u i.ul iiquias.
J m 4 secure tnc stimulation of alcohol circulating in
HTHE writer then goes on to say that Dr. Reid made clear the
. "ct that there is In a few men an irresistible taste for intoxi
cation which is not shared by all men an absolute predisposition
for intoxication. And the explanation of this is furnished by the
results of tests developed in the Psychopathic Laboratory of the
Municipal Court of Chicago, conducted by Dr. William J. Hickson
and where It was announced, in June of the present year, "that the
taste for drunkenness Is almost invariably the result of some form
of mental disease, or weakness. The drunkard is driven to drink by
a blind, unreasoning desire to make up a defect In his brain for
which he is not In the least responsible, and of which he is not
mat tne normal, well-balanced man, who
wriV. cr r,::"-.',.". " .. HKiy
WOJMN WILL HEAR STOUlMl'
Evangelist Begins Today lilt Serfs
of Talks to Them
MCHANON, Pa., Sept 21--Trn JteV. nr.
Henry W. fltough will begin Ms mtem of
talks to women In toe tabernMd this
afternoon, because ho was tired almost
to the point ot exhaustion as the remilt
of having been continuously on the no for
nearly 48 hours. Doctor Slotfgh mnt a
dlsnppolnted audience of Sew persons
away from the tabernacle last night. The
success of his first appeal for trail hit
ters Thursday night led many to bellev
that there would be another call last
night. The evangelist returned lo tjebcrton
from his trip to Wllkes-Rarre Just In tlm
for tho service and waa too fatigued to
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