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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

DSTSCR1PT EDITION EVENING SL BvftMk. Hk LEDGER POSTSCKi EDITION 'jt..Pt itW Tll ?,. (tidtene f.J t.. " i -man wb. i i hman ? ' tit tKa 'V .TftCObd let th caald VOL. I 3TO. 1 PHILADELPHIA, MONDAT, SEPTEMBER 14, 1914. PRICE ONE CENT JTW Vvons US (ICENES WHERE THE BREATH OF ACTION LIFTS WAR'S BLOOD-STAINED CURTAIN i his Ol l: s- r I- n. Idi' a,' k t iy l 0 T ' ill 9 ; vi a 1. ti o ', P "" ' . . mjm .......... ... a i " ' " IM ,M ! ""MI". ii WRECKAGE IN PARIS CAUSED BY BOMBS DROPPED BY GERMAN AVIATORS FROM AEROPLANES In the main the effect of aerial bombardments has been far less than was expected. Damage in Paris has been trifling and there has been complete absence of panic among the people. As a scout, the aeroplane seems to render its most effective service. ANTWERP HAS MANY SCARS AS THE RESULT OF GERMAN BOMBARDMENT FROM THE AIR Here a more determined assault has been made by the Germans from the air than at Paris. Nevertheless, reports agree that aerial assaults fail to inflict dam...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

ft ilp'1 f- 5 .8 JSTRIAN TROOPS IN PANIC AS RUSSIAN ARMY SWEEPS ON TOWARD BUBAFESK BELGIANS BLOCK ' of W a ;mc fethe 3SW3 IEUI R&7 W Uprc r?f. rj.-fc. m haj .. .-.."J1 EiVUINlP, run OtP. . John Orlbty John C. M rhlllp 8, Coi. tlohh df tho retiring German army p u w-ow hold tft line which, roughly speak .toHNrirt8A "ljinila Immediately north of Lnon southeastward through tho forest of 1 Argohne, thence In a northerly direc tion In tho rear of Verdun end north mat' of Niincy and Luneville. Thq German army under tho Crown Prince Is believed to bo In dnnger""of capture, unless masterly strategy Is ex erclsed. The most of the available road's which It must travorsa to keep paco with the retirement of the Ger man troqpfl on both sides arc either held or commanded by the French and British. Having saved tho hulk of Ha army by a, retreat that at certain portions bordered on a rout, tho German Gen eral Staff Is now trying to reorganize, for h, defensive stand so that another offensive we...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

EVEynSTG L!!nftTCTt-.p-Fr-TT,AT)TilT,PTrrA. MONDAY, SBPTElMBBlJ T4, 191i. M I RIS, FREED FROM U PERIL, AWAITS T0RN OF CABINET ES erg it th?, "rff Tells War (ilitary Governor Minister Capital Is No Longer in Peril French amy's Efficiency. -ji jvj m 'Wi ".! 2i ?1! 5 .OS l JI By WILLIAM PHILIP SIMMS ' rAnis, Sept u. ,!,,. Hrnllv declaring that all danger a slcgo Is now past, General Qnlllenl, ,tary Governor of Pjjrta. today notl- l Minister or war nun :," Ital can bo returned here at any tlmo. Tmrii ilcerta rotrnnsferrlng It la iced xor In tho very near future. eatiwh o uonerai uaineiu ....... majority ot his army of the defense I'arln. ECO.UOO men. to roiiui. " nrh forces now fighting desperately drive the Germans bacK across mo tern frontier. They are no longer ...i i.., Thfiv liavc ucon mcu iwiu 5nd the wonderful fighters their officers vloualy announced mem iu u0. .. .j. ... .MAvAtin nrtnrK miu tumiitcm uw- rial of the troops used by General Von ... -r tj.i-ii fhnt enabled tho Brit...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

P HP? wl 0 .8 EVENING LED0ER-PHILADELPHIA MONDAY SEPTEMBER 11, 101. px evenikIDF 19, SLAVE nun)" T i. jw . u,. - . ,&! DRUGS, SEEKS ;. tif? r. it. w.I .101 tw Jv ' TO BEGIN NEW LIFE T.frtx AT Nr u w fctha ssr.' 00, l$? i I WXL. -av HiJ.' V K P -? k J-.U J . - ( verj i &JSA EST Hhk- T ft iTells Amazing Story of the Ease With Which He Was Able to Buy Nerve Destroying Substances. , t Twenty-four hours out of a. police celt. jva boy of 19, imle, lliln ntul hardly able to a drnif one foot nfter the other, tolJ today liqjv he took to tulngr cocaine nnd heroin t .and .what the druRs hae done to him In the two yenrs he has been their victim " William Schaffer, MJ Olive street, a the ,boy. He was arrested as a disordcrlj character Magistrate Tracv, at the Eleventh and Winter streets station, puo Tilin Ills freedom yesterda.r . Today he be gins his light agalnet the drugs. t Schaffer la u flaxen-halrcd youth who ras fairly sturdy In the days before he .began experimenting with heroin ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

toARNE WATERS RED WITH GORE OF SLAIN ' IN RECENT ACTIONS i jUncanny Silence Reigns Over Field of Carnage. Improvised Cemeteries Stretch 100 Miles. Wltos And miles and miles of desolation. (Wherever one moves In tills warswept vat ley, only a few days ego so peaceful and (stautlful, one meets with tho samo piteous sight. Nature, llko Nlobe, Is all tears, wring ing her hands at the mad, merciless deeds pf (ier 'children. The sky Is. serene, blue flecked with while clouds. In the meadows the cattle, all that Is left of them, still stand knee deep in high grass, tjhe evening: breexa still makes muslo In jthe wllows which bend ovor the stream, (but all the birds havo vanlshod, sone, Jieaven knows where, out of tho shatter ing tumult TJncanny silence relsn. Tho world Is lioldlng her breath, shocked nnd terrified by tho writhing flame that has swept over this sweet country, leaving; It scarred and (torched. The slow waters of tho Marno aro no lonser blue with heaven's reflection on panny d...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

0 8 EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER W, 1.014,., evenR TAX BILL HELD JP PENDING RETURN ' OF THE PRESIDENT & Wrangling Over Plan to In clude Freight Causes Dem ocratic Leaders to Delay Report to House. m ft! 'tit ? && wis ft& thS '"J the ftw? ftvcrj r At V r : rcf f fc WASHINGTON. Srpt. ll.-Emcrsency revenue legislation wilt liolil chief In tereat In tho House this week, despite the dolay in tho Introduction of the Ad ministration bill to provido HOO.WO.OOO a enr, which tho Treasury will lieeil bc causo of the falling oft of customs duties on account of tho European wnr. In dications are now that tho bill may not Jcach tho floor of the Houso until Wednesday or Thursday, but tho wrang ling over tho proposed ta on ficlKlit shipments has reached such n stage that a Democratic caucus Is planned v.irly thl week when several Democrats will seels to overthrow tho freight tax pnnlslon of the bill. The original program was that the rftvcnuo bill, agreed upon by a...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1014. - J GERMANY'S POWER MOST BE CRUSHED, LONDON ATTITUDE No Compromise While Mili tarism Makes Possible Fur ther Dreams of Teutonic Supremacy. IJNOON, Sept, 11. it., i ii rrn.lnn mllitnrlsm Is crushed for all tlmo, both on land and Ben, England ! will rofuso oven to consider propositions of peace. That wan the emphatic posi tion tnfco In London today. It Is folt that the position of the allies must be greatly misunderstood If It Is believed that any pcaco proposnl would even do rvccirvu ftl this time. Were tho war ended today, oven thouBU Belgium wero Indemnified and 'Franco re ceived back Alsace-Lorialnc, tho Brent German fleet would remain on a menace to tho peaco ot Kuropc. England Is de termined that this shall bo tho last war. Officials, from tho King down, Insist that the real cause of tho war wm tho Ger man dream of world power. A compro mise now, It Is claimed, would mean that at a later date Germany would renew tho attemp...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

T Uij ESVErftNTZim UTUm EVENING LEDGER- PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, laid. John .tohn rn TV jr rlIJSTS TO HF,f,P IN Expansion of port Central Union Joins "Greater , City' Movement, Calling for Trade-getting Fund ' and Indorsing Municipal Loan. ; ft rtrt th? . tna Ji.i. JMf 1 T1:"L r.Pf .I r - i?i 'tnfH 1 !"" t J 1.. the E"( Union labor yesterday enlisted In the cjumpnlGU fop u. "Oreatcr I'hlladclphla" l';niid following their enrollment In tho r movement for nti cnlaiged city, volun teered td light shoulder to shoulder villi their employers for the cause Tho en lrnl Labor Union, tit Us n-Kiilar mcot MliB, demanded that Councils m.iko ?ioRble the Improvements which h.ive iheen planned for the city by pusslng tho vlonji bill, and also urged upon tho Cham ber of Commerce that It participate with tJabor organizations In the establishment of a l,00O,00O fund to be used In exploiting Philadelphia and Us products throughout tho United States and the world. 'Resolutions, urging tho Ch...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

.EVfiNIKG LEDGEK-PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, BBXqglIgER l'l? HS QML 8 ra'BiMaai'ra'li'ff aaflflBflnt sSmKirf n maaaaaaalaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaanaaaaaaYLVrf'rLatt'flaaaV (aaaaaaaKaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaamU K jBrJllLtf T aLaaaaaahKb fc j fBi 9mh lu'vtflVBHHHkMH&2ZCx vff t j , i-r" u "5"'' THIRTY-FIVE EVENING LEDGER WAGONS WHICH TODAY DELIVERED THE FIRST COPIES OF PHILADELPHIA'S LATEST NEWSPAPER. TWELVE EVENING LEDGER AUTOMOBILES USED IN THE SUBURBAN AND NEW JERSEY SERVICE EVENING LEDGER DELIVERY WAGONS ATTRACT CROWDS Pedestrians Line Streets as Vehicles, Adorned With Posters, Pass in Line Two Blocks Long. Thirty-five wagons and twelve nulomo Mles which delivered the Evening Ledger to newsstands) throughout tho city at tracted crowds today when they paraded through tho centre ot tho city. The wagons and automobiles will be devoted to tho service of tho Evening Ledger. The parade was formed in two detach ments. One group started from tho jtablos at Ninth street and Glrard avenuo and tho other from s...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

0 8 10 ' EVENING TJEDGEB-PHIL'AfrELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER U 1014. if fr. Evening &g& ledger y I'UM.lG LEDGER COMPANY JerV . OTnVStt K t'l'RTIS. FrtMUtXT. ;,"'?l,n O'lbW. Tic President: (!o. W.Ochs.Secretan' : "ft'" 4IhJ C. Martin. Tretrirers Vharles It. Luditigton. 'ffWft S. Colllnn. John It. Williams. Dlwtars ? i KDITOntALKOAnD: E-j , ' Cratm It. K. Conns. Chairman KJ JP. ff. XVMAT.r.V r,...l.i1Ml.ar jtOltX C. MArtTtN'. . . . .ritntral riiulnxs Manager Publlahtd dally at PcitLto LEtxiLn UiilKllng. Independence Square, Philadelphia. JLrnaitit CRNTBAt, Rroad ami Chestnut Street TMS-Tic OlTt t'rrit-(rtifii RulMIng jvnw YoiiB 170-.V, Metropolitan Toner nnidtaoni . 7 Homo lnuranc nultdlns tOMXjXi ., , ..... .s Waterloo 1'lnre. Pall .Mall, S. V. NUW8 TlfUKAfS : JjAtmannnn 111 niuu Tito Patriot TiillUInc JVvsnrNoTO.f til itKAl The I'oit RiilMlm: JJliw Toms rjcitKtc The Tunc ttulMlng Jlrsr.tv I)CBrD 1:0 rrlclrlchtrae) J-omm.v Uonr.iv 2 Pall Mall Bast, S. W. Faris tli'niuu 32 Hue L...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

irPTy IT EVENING LEDGEB-PHIIiADELPHiA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 10U. El2 11 J IN SOCIETY ' n. BICHAtlD FliAVBIj WOODS, Malcolm I Lfoyd and lila sister, iui x-.mtr jjioya, o left town In the early spring to travel throuh Europe, were In St. Peterabur at the X. the war broke out. They matured to cros to Christiana, and then across the North B." to Edlnburffh. from where they pushed on lo London, And sailed hut week on the Car- P Dr. "charles V. Hart was to liare been one f the party, but, fortunately for him, was obliged to give up the trip, which. Instead of fcslns a three months' pleasure affair, proved n extremely dancerous nnd anxious ex perience. , a ....mlier of rhlladelphlans attended the rroddlns of SIlss Sarah S. Slorean. dauirlilcr of Julius Slonran ana . niece ui i.. . .. pont Morean, and Henry Gardiner, of Boston, which took place Saturday In Trinity Church, Princeton. The ceremony was followed by a larce reception at Constitution Hall tho home of tho brlde'a parents. Amone t...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

w m 0 ft ... - 12 EVENTNG LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, HNDAY, SEMEMfrffB !,, IQlf THAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAI . TOO MUCH ECONOMY UNWISE, AS HUSBAND ' GROWSPROSPEROUS 5ht!fty Wife Could Not 23 AND MATRON' Correspondence of general inter' est to women readers will be print ed in 'is pane. Such commumVn fi'oiM shtiiid be addressed to the W'onmn't Editor, Evening Ledger. WOMAN SUFFRAGISTS OPEN WAR ON DEMOCRATS a j I, .f . . . congressional union uruers memoers Clapt ricrselr to Altered, to Oppose Candidates of That Party. rm R Conditions and ences Ended Court. in Differ-Divorce tA Sv fit tha kw C01 f( 1! , VL mo '' foe, WASHINGTON. Sept. 14 -"Withhold your support from nil candidates for rp r In Hon to Countess whose immes appear on the I'ctnOcmtlc tlrltet," was the ap pent sent toilav frntn the ("oiiRiiPFlonat I'liion of prnuoinitii suffrniie head quarters. A 'illffrngo speel'il" rnr left hete totlny for Chicago wltti tenders to cntttp.ilRit for 'the cause" In Stair...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

Evening EDtrnttPHiLADELPfaiA, j: off pay, September u, ioi4. TWO GIRLS, CUT OFF BY WAR IN FRANCE, REACH HOME SAFELY IsolatqJ in Breton Village, They Are Held Eighteen Days, Then Make Their Way to Paris. To be stranded In a seaport town eight lioms frotn rnrlf, ami cut off from com munication with tho outside world for eighteen days durlns the mobilization of tho Trench nrmy, ms tho expel lenco of (no Phllndolphlfl. fllrlfl, Miss Jlortonso t,e, UU North rifteenth street, nnd Miss Helen Abrahams, 311D Diamond street, nho returned to this city yesterday after n scries of exciting experiences within the nr zone They wero at a small seaport town named St. Jean du Dolgt, in Brit tany. "Wo woro no worse off than the rest of tho women Of Uuropo and a great deal moro fortunate than the majority." said Sites Levy yesterday In apeahlnst of her experiences. "Everywhere the men have deserted tho villages and the women are taking over their labors. "On August 1 I was attracted to tho nlndow of my...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

3 B J 2. 14 EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA MONDAY, SEPTEMBER I-f. mi .tohi rhii Job CARDINALS BACK IN RUNNING-CHANCE SITUATION PTSaiSSEP-LOCAI ELEVENS BUSY j " . . Ti M 6? tt. n i. YANKEE MOGULS STILL LACKING IN FORESIGHT IWhilc Chance Resigned, He Really Was Forced Out by Owners' Refusal to Make Him Supreme. Long Term of Years Is Necessary lo Build Up Club Which Can Com pete for Highest Honors. , BASEBALL CONDENSED AMERICAN LEAGUE Yesterday's Results. IMroll, 4 1 Chlcngo. B. LtcTrlam!. St St. Louis, 0. Club Standing. V t- W.? V .,. . vl r V d V T , ".toj py i the J the J VtBUI 3.19 . prei Lua .vcrv , i.V daV Th atory of Frank Uliaiuti's r-slsna . tlon from tho Now York American tx-Bfiuo club is uno no nnelctit n tho natlonnl game Itfolr. Tt litis ever lnoii the polio of the majority of club owners to nilont a ahiftlnp method of uVxnlnnliii; a tpjini, rather than urn- of untiliful uaitltii;. . -which has been so liiplily urci'S-ful In the cas of thr Vtlilr-tlcx nt this .lt and tho Gian...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

EYEHIHG LEPCmBPHIIAPELPfilA, MONDAY gflPCTHBER !." ' " ' 11 ' i hi i i lull, i. ' i-1 tii Milk itn 'ill 'i " " ' , . r ' I, -','rr ' ' -- . .1 Am , .... , . , .....J.. i.J.... r , t . , mmmi ,,1,111, m, ! MllHH.imUl i IHl n mm " " " " ' ' 14, 101. ii y PHILLIES ANf GIANTS ON WARPATH HERE. WHILE ATHLETICS SEEK SCALP OFYANKE: PHILLIES WILL BATTLE GIANTS , AT TOPSPEED Trouble With New York Last Year Inspires Men of Dooin to Trounce Visitors Soundly. Increased Interest Here in Con tests Caused by Braves' Groat Fight for Flag in National League It ! hardly fair to cither the man tgeri or the playera of tho clubs In the National League to assume that Mc araw'a statement, In which ho remarked that everybody was nsalnst him, la true Nevertheless, It Is a fact that tho Phil ips liavo a two-fold purpose In defeat ing the Giants, and If thoie. errorts are in vain In the games staged at Broad and Huntingdon streets todny and to morrow, no follower of tho Uostoii IlravBs will have a cnanco to as...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

a ic EVENING LEDGERPHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1914. rmiM M.i i t ' N ; 'th? i'l U -t ;. .. ?:i io r HMMAL OUTLOOK ; BRIGHTENS AS BOND Grading is resumed f)Lojl Committee Begins Sessions to Arrange Offi cial Prices for First Authorized Business Since Exchange Closed. Vith the Inauguration of trading today In ujtUated bonds, both here and In N'ew 'York, there liaa coma a clearing In the financial nkles which, It la Konerally .- peoted, will be rellected In a rcstorutlon v of open security markets. Under the dl j tecilon of special committees, olncHl lists of prices will bo established as the b.isls jr for trading which, for the present at l least, will bo confined to uch btmnes as Bhall como direct to the bond houses, Without, sollcltaUon. Thjf committee representhiB 1'hlladel phln''hoU8c had Its inausrural meeting nt noon In the ofllco of K. V, Clark &. .Co.,' where It will sit each day hero after to act on such transactions as are proposed by dealers, at prices to be fix...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

f T, f1 . ntULJ38TATn GENEIlAIi EVENING. LEDOEB-PHILADELPHIAONDAY, iSEPEMBJSR, 14, 1914. ,,... .ij., - " ' " - IV 111 J1C Ati 13STATB GCNISttAI, RHAIi nSTATB ucni-hai, I 13th Street Below Spruce ' Philadelphia An Apartment House With Hotel Service FURNISHED or UNFURNISHED Suites arranged 'according to your requirements from two rooms and bath to seven rooms and three baths. Conveniently located within walking distance to the shopping, theatre and business centres, yet sufficiently separated from the busi ness districts to have the characteristic privacy of a residence. J. H. HAWKINS, Manager. ttMAT, KsfA'ftr prtiHAiLr3 .QjjffpATi ,.,,, HBAIi E8TATK FOrtSALB ' ' i ' " i $ii$nAi.. WILLIAM F. DEAKYNE REAL ESTATE & MORTGAGE BONDS .OF THE BETTER CLASS ANNOUNCES REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICES TO BELLEVUE-STRATFORD SUITE A FIRST FLOOR WALNUT ST. AND BELLEVUE COURT PHILADELPHIA Jfatrfax Apartment? Slssnlfl ent In Its appointments. Ideal In Itn location, o pri'eer.t im talrfax to a most dlicrlrr...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

T 1 13 EVENING LEDGER POSTSCRIPT EDITION VOL. INO. 1 PHILAD33LPniA, MONDAY SEPTEMBER, 14, 1914. PRICE ONE CENT 'ti. TAYLOR INSISTS ON $600,000 FOR TRANSIT WORK Director Points Out That Unless Councils Act Promptly a Year's Delay Will Be Inevitable. rlm A 1 "' . r ... J- ft OA f e FT i-r,. i y fv 2. X.U3 i ',- ,.? Tsri & -25 Ml X , 5 '.! aDiretor Tnylor, of the Department of City Transit, today urged upon Council1) tls vital necessity of ceasing obittuctlon to the growth of Philadelphia, He urged Councils to Include In the proposed Jli, TO0.COO loan an Item of $JOO,0OP, so that an Immediate start can bo mado In recon structing sewers In tlio central down town district, preliminary to the actual construction of the subway and elevated tines. If Councils refuse to Include the J500.M9 appropriation for rapid transit. Dliector Taylor pointed out that the transit pro gram worked out by his department and agreed to by the 1. It. T. Comp.-.ny, but which has been repcutcdl: blocked by Co...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

I NIGHT EXTRA EVENING LEDGER VOL. I-NO. 1 PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14y 1914. NIGHT I "' EXTRA 1 y PRICE ONE CENT CENES WHERE THE BREATH OF ACTION LIFTS WAR'S BLOOD-STAINED CURTAIN 14. -aHHm IHHn .IWWr.iv w Ovv i J. ... '. IBT ' . l.'1-iHvf'.fir" VXHHl V K. JW "ISO" " INiHt . ... II I SM nuns. ' r HHUI HHHHlllllllllllllim 1 Tbl Vil -j( ' V. - "vfc -t. .'rTPTl -T :M.1 V " ' ... ((I w - vwv . air : siT'&sw. v . .. . " id. -9 . 'jbk .;;. ihh j int laiiw nH. b1. h.' -n ?. '. fLfmm-OM'-vtwM : . .v,HHH 3.;. -.-,1 1 & ' - mmmMmmrM m vjmzi-.m. v m :- ?mmmm j& isV alHL ''firTTr" Tfff ' r'-fi " t.' ! iy ""CVi V- k.A.-f .- lHb , . HH'H". eaSi , . ' HrHa' . t.Jb1. W&t Will vAdalHfi !. , . 'd t, ( '-t ';' ' '. t J. '- l'(,l ?$ r t.'yr ,4 WRECKAGE IN PARIS CAUSED BY BOMBS DROPPED BY GERMAN AVIATORS FROM AEROPLANES In the main the effect of aerial bombardments has been far less than was expected. Damage in Paris ha3 been trifling, and there has been complete absence of panic ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

0 TM r. 1 T M-r"" 2 ' flWWgjftwl sB EVENING LEDGERPHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1914. m AUSTRIAN TROOPS InIpANIC AS RUSSIAN ARMY SWEEPS ON TOWARD BUDAPEST Luxi "very sections of the retiring German army now hold a line which, roughly speak Ins, extends Immediately north of Laon southeastward through the forest of Argonne', thenco In a northerly direc tion In the rear of Vordun and north caat of Nancy and Lunovllle, The German army under the Crown Prlnco Is believed to be In danger of capture, unless masterly strategy la ex ercised. The moat of the avallabto roads which It must traverse to keep pace with the retirement of the Ger man troops on both sides aro elthor held or commanded by the French and British. An 'official statement says! The Germans havo evacuated the region of Nancy, which for ten days resisted and splendidly re pulsed alt tho German attacks. The attack of September 7 wan personally directed by the Kaiser. Tho French took Lunevlllo on September U. The Germans ...

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