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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 September 1914

!' ?S"'i . i rf.AWV . . f PCVP (iff-vi jr.", r"iWro"rv WB EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 191. PEACE PARLEY BEGUN; CARRANZA READY TO FIGHT IF NECESSARY First Chief Sends Word He, Will Retire if -Convention in Capital Accepts Resig nation, But Not Otherwise. MEXICO CITT, Sept. 30.-Tho first session of tho pence parley between rep resentatives of First Chief Vcnustlano Carrahza and General Francisco Villa Is under way In Zacatccas, according to a telegram from that city. General Car rnnza's representatives aro General Obre gon, General Cosa, General Trovlno, Ed tiardo Hay nnd Santos Coy, while the delegates representing tho leader of tho Division of the North arc Eimenlo Benavides, Ysabel nobles and Colonel Ccnlceros. It Is the object of tho first chief's dele gates to maintain tho status quo until the rent peace convention Is held In this city next month. Wllili FIGHT IF HE MUST. Carranza, according to hl friends, still 'maintains tho attltudo that hs should rem...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 September 1914

s EVENING LEDGEft PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER. 30, 1914'. PL ! J S i '. j. i . .. i f. f;k p c fs li f r f S;- 11 h i tfc! IP: K EVENING figs&ts LEDGER PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY oinu3 n. k. ouims, rxmi(T. Ox. W. Oihu. BoOT-etnir! John C. Mtrtln, Trurer Char! It. Irtidtnrton, riilllp 8. CoIUm, John B. Wl! Ilnm, DlrMtor. KTDITORIJLIj BOARD t Crrra H. K. cot ms, Chairman. r ir. trnxt.gr BxwmUT waiter Tony C, UjUTm.........Onril Bntn Mimf t'ablUhtd Ry, rept Rondsy, atrtBl.tOt.TOon Building, inap7x!n Bqnare, FhUt-delphU. I.tovtii Ciwtm-, .,,... Broad and ChMtnut Strewta Atitsrvio cm. ..-. -.Pr.lf4oii Buliatni NiirVotK. 1T0-A. Metropolitan Toner Cmriflu. .1T Horn Injuranos Bnlldlnc Isson .......... .11 Waterloo Place, rail Moll, S. w. ?mnv.iBTjiBAoet tfjitKaer Btnnuo.,. .......... .Th roJWal JSnljdtnr WASSliseroK Bvau... Th Po nulldjn Xs Voir nvasin.. ............ .The Timet Building I?iun Snug ... no Prlcdrlehitraue tO'POjc BtRHAtJ.. ...B rail Mall Eait. S. W, Pull "iixB., 32 Rue ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 September 1914

BBSitoSSit'i' or T" & ?- rf. EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1914- ! 9 SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA MISS HAISsIilL v. EAKLIi Miss Earle, who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George II. Earlc Jr., will mako her dchut tH year. Mrs. Earle will b'vc large dchutantc luncheon tomorrow at her home in Bryn Mawr in honor of her daughter. A LARGE house-warming' party will be given the evening of October 22 by Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Leldy and their daughter, Miss Cornelia Carter Leldy, who will be a debutante this year. Jir. and Mrs. Lcldy's new house In Fcnllyn has ben lately finished. The guests will be from th married set, and a number of Miss Leldy's Criends will also attend. Dr. and Mrs. "W. C. Hollopeter, of Morldn. an nounce the engagement of the'r daughter. Miss Marguerite Hollopeter, and A. Morris Herkness, Sf Wyncote. No date has bee set for the wed-Ung. Samuel Ashurst, of Itoscinont, have taken apartments at the Havcrford Court for the winter. In spite...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 September 1914

mmtmWGrmmj 10 EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1914, WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW- THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON ELLEN ADAffi MEETS AN AMUSING GIRL, WHO ADVISES HER She Learns to Typewrite, flnd Takes Up a Tempor ary Position in a Large City Office. t. ? i in u xv. iBMwfi-4 '- -'?- vlvis illllli Tho seeing eyo and understanding heart Wr' ' . ? -'&r '",& '' Mm l XH find kindly folk abounding everywhere W ,. , v ' ' dyf , ,y P0Cj?.' - X VI iPlll! My second night In Philadelphia I felt J jTy " v Y- $tj ' '4l . t f s' llfllll ' o sad, and then a kindly thins occurred ' " . , s; ' fSrrX "' t itfi'L,' Wgm to cheer me on my lonely, quiet ny. ' ' &t: T M VI Outside the movlng-plcturc house where ' 'i,iJ b.'M Kk " il' I ? t Hi ' I had seen that lovely play called "Hearts ?JLCJV ' Mi 14 I J " 1 I Adrift," I was accosted by a cheery.Kitl- ygEVrr-jJ-f K jsjf s , v , ' . !j Vf ;, W Ish voice. "Geo wlili, there, kid! Aln t SS1$ ',V.7i ' 'V" . .flS if ifi C...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 September 1914

L.V.; !&rri r-vu EVENIHG LEDGEB PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBEB 30, 1914 it o CHILDREN'S CORNER OH, MY, ISN'T HE JUST THE DARLIM, MY BOLD SOJER BOY Nathaniel Davis Ayer, Jr., ' Enlists, Even Though It Breaks Mamma's Heart, but Decides to Wait for Next Regiment. Nathaniel Davis Ayor, Jr., enlisted ana tarted to war against his mother's wishes. Tho parting was sad, but through the tears came the words of a bravo flg-htlnjr man: "Mamma, I know It breaks .xnur heart to see mo bo, and It breaks mine, too, but what would tho world tii nk of me If I were to lot the glory of England be trampled In tho dust while I stayed home with Nnna?" "Nana" Is tho nurse and she cried too, but a, "sojer" man must be hard as nails and not lot a woman's sobs affect him. Nathaniel Davis Ayer, Jr., choso Eng land as a country nt to light for simply becauso ho didn't happen to bo In another land. "With his mamma, who Is the daughtor of Mr. and Mrs. William It. McKaddcn, of Qlensldc, and papa, who Is Na...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 September 1914

miimi-j mvmixsm r 12 EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 30, 1914 BOSTON BRAVES' GREAT VICTORY IS MOST SENSATIONAL IN THE HISTORY OF BASEBALL HUNT CLUB RAGES , SATURDAY ARE TO I BE BEST YET HELD BRAVES' VICTORY IS MOST NOTABLE IN GAME'S ANNALS Credit for Great Race Should Be Divided Among Stal- lings, Evers, Maranvillc, Tyler, Rudolph and James. i r. 1 t 7 ' ! : m H t. RECOBD OF BRAVES TRIUMPHAL MARCH ros. w. l. re July 1R S 35 41 .ill Julv 13 7 35 43 .4V. July ) 6 37 4.1 .462 July 21 4 3S 43 .41 (Continued In fourth place). AUK. 9 4 M 46 .621 AUK 10 2 .11 46 .Mil Auk 11 3 51 4fi .?2n Aug. 12 2 51 48 .525 (Held second place). Auk 22 2 53 44 .551 Vuk. 23 53 4S .551 Auk. 21 2 53 43 .54'! Auk. 25 2 M 43 .SV) Aug. W 2 ftl 50 .541 AUK. 27 .1 fiO 51 .541 AUtr. 2S 3 60 51 .541 Aug. 23 2 62 51 .513 Auk. 30 2 63 51 .553 AUK 31 2 63 51 .553 ept. 1 2 63 51 .553 .sept. 2 1 65 51 .51 Sept. 3 2 65 52 .5"6 .-ept. 4 2 66 52 .553 Sept. S M 67 52 .563 spt. 7(n. m) 1 t5 52 .56(5 Sept. 7 (...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 September 1914

fe-Tqws! irriiAifra msm fcTOxSSS iiMifrfjBilTry ' ' - ' iiii" EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPEMBEB 30, 1914. i 13 FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL SITUATION AT HOME AND ABROAD-MARKET REPORTS BROKERS REPORT BETTER DEMAND FOR SHORT TERM MOTES Investors Are in Market for One-year Maturities. Railroad Equipments of Long Duration Active. Tho special committee of tho Philadel phia Stock Exchange today ruled that, until further notice, members of tho ox clinngo, who desire to Issuo descriptive circulars covering offerlnfrs of securities In which they are Interested may do so, provided they flrst submit n copy of the proposed circular to the committee for Its approval. In Now York Investment bank ers are Working along similar lines. The circular plan follows a general recognition by financial Interests of the general Im provident which has recently mudo Itself manifest. Houses here are reporting an actlvo de mand for notes having short term ma turities:'' Those maturing In a year or und...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 September 1914

wwips rVrntyWHHlf SPORTS EXTRA WT71 XTTTVT.O LEDG SPORTS EXTRA VOL. INO. 15 PinXADJELPIIIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1911 PRICE ONE CENT VARE ADMITS BAD WORK AT ISLAND PARK Walls' Demolition to Make Way for Park Practically a Confession to Faulty Construction. 'Safe Bet No Dynamite Will Be Needed to Tear Them Apart," Veteran Building Wrecker Declares. Senator Kdwln H Vnre, hr con structed the "near eonrrcto w tills" In League Island Park at n cost of more than 230,000 to the taxpayer's, which three noted engineers condemned has at lnnf rnnfi-sseil Ills Work was fa ilt . Be Ills order squads of laborers have torn down practically the entire stru tur Only small parts of th ci.i ked null are still visible. Expenditure for the I parlc thus fnr have been about JlRwoT) Laborer1! In the park frnnklv admitted today that demolishing the wall wasnt n difficult Job. One man ventu-ed to de e are the Job was the easiest he had encountered In oars. bec.vi'-e of the faultj. material with which the...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 September 1914

"Siwwws'ififfr1 EVE I i T M tfVVV mwwSftf, '9K&r&pjR, " V ' . " LEDGER t VOL. I-NO. 15 PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1911. iPJRICE ONE CENT FEME PARLEY BEGUN; CARRANZA READY TO FIGHT IF NECESSARY First Chief Sends Word He Will Retire if Convention in Capitol Accepts Resig nation, But Not Otherwise. 5IRXICO CITY, Sept. 30.-The first session of the pence parley between rep resentatives of First Chief Venustlano Carranza and General FranclscoVllla Js under way In Zacatccas, according to a telegram from that city. Qencial Car ranza's representatives are General Obro gon, General Cobb, General Trovlno, Ed unrdo Hay and Santos Coy, while the delegates representing the leader of the division of the north aro Uugcnlo Ilenavides, Ysabel Itobles ami Colonel Cenlceros. It Is the object of the first chief's dele pates to maintain the status quo until tho real peace convention Is held In this city next month. WILL. FIGHT IF HE MUST. Carranza, according to his friends, still main...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 September 1914

( H 'ailf nro but tfl wound contlri "I tlon w? All thl excepts to do b-1 pri fat i i a 11 IM. 11 DOM Steanl Genl Kei Line with began! cargod lure TOI 2 EVJDNINGr LEDGIQE PniLADBLPHL EDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1914 FRENCH AGAIN HURL FORCES FORWARD IN FIERCE ASSAULT ON GERMAN LEFT WjNG BATTLE ON RIGHT WING INDECISIVE, BERLIN STATES BERLIN, Sept. 30 (by way of Amster dam). No decisive result on tho right wlnir, r announced by tho War Oinco today. It Is added tho French have resumed the offensive along tho Mouse. Two statements, both unusually prlef, wero Issued early today. They were: An Indecisive battle has occurred on the right wing of tho German army In France. Slego gtinsi opened Are Tuesday on tho Antwerp fort resses. Tho French have renewed their advances about Verdun. It Is nulet along tho centre. A brief statement Issued tit midnight declared that the allied Trench tind British troop.n continued their attacks without success, and that whenever any ground was lost by tho Germans I...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 September 1914

ur mmjtx-f" rWT"WrT?' luu'H'ujfRBi Www lFWWiWfl?!5rWSTOPf5rTl WV "JSrJl !f??WWJWw!r"' EVENING- LEDGER-PHIXADELPmX WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBEB 30, 1913 I'liotON ti International Ne bervlcc. ENGINEERS OF THE FRENCH ARMY AND THEIR WORK IN THE WAR ! French engineers taking a well-earned rest while building a pontoon bridge over the River Marne to allow the French troops to pass Pontoon bridge built by the French over the River Marne to take the place of the one in the background, which was blown up by the over in their pursuit of the Germans. French army during the retreat towards Paris. PI6HT ALONG AISNE PROBABLY GREATEST IN HISTORY OF WARS Expert Declares Passage of i River by Frontal Attacks Would Be Most Notable Military Feat. LONDON', Sept. SO. In an Interesting nrtlclo In Hie London Dally Express, Lieutenant - Colonel .Alsager Pollock, of tho British army, gives a mlnuta description of tho theatre of the world's sreatest battle on tho banks of the Aisnc. It Is only necessary to possess r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 September 1914

I Bl P t A d t ftVENING LEDGER PHILADELPKIJiWEDNBSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1914. CHILDREN'S CORNER OH, MY, ISN'T HE JUST THE DARLING, -SY BOLD SOJER BOY itoug eond 1 QuerS "W! prise! prlvd up I card on It Tj ble hcndl was cat "TE HothI Bart Frenj battl "Ii zaras my a rndew UIISU sun. Ill dcrli also force! they kunu a ca phra equl to a cnt the drln "V trlct undo furtl road lth they tcry poln I a thlrs "A for Five mem after They t R was and. tered ace, I wa atat! Le i Be that Eoin 'I an eurro color "Th the F. A the g: on t Germjflfc mem to sW while few i hands "Tli! advai Boma on bi jsurprl towel onets 200 td In thiK ini ting i and t ears but t wounc! confiri tlon vV AH th except to do M DOMI Steanl Genl KveJ Line with began! cargo-! here Euro pi me lii Kins. I Loll cargo one I' 'teptll lnen3 of tU name 1b on TOI MlcnJ IniJ Ar ticuru r. 1 Mi Jamel Iln Alh.rl Etta John llarlo Watt J lorenc llerml MIMrcfl Alpha! Charl Rit till Al rahal Welti Gti rsQ ana . JariiM Ku'hl John Mom John A Kpnn ULh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 September 1914

-fiii-w 'ifW??" "yrS v -- -r 'aoalhr'? t V EVENING KEDGEB-PmTAtoELPHtAV, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. l'Ql'3. POLITICS HOLDING CENTRE OF STAGE . TODAY IN MICHIGAN Fall Convention of Demo crats, Republicans and 1 Progressives Assemble to Make Nominations. DETROIT, Mich., Sept. 30.-Pdlltlcs held the centro of the stnga In Michigan today Tvhen tho fall conventions of the thrco big political parties Democratic, Republican and Progressive assembled. The Demo crats hold their sessions here, the 0. O. P. forces met In Kalamazoo, white tho Bull Moosors held forth at Day City. Knch party was to make Its nomina tions for tho offices of Secretary of State, Auditor dencrai, Attorney General, Stato Treasurer and Stato Land Commissioner, In addition to selecting new State central committeemen nnd drafting platforms. Interest centered In the Democratic con ventions, where tho lone standing feud between tho "Wilson-Democrats" nnd tho "Wood-Shields faction threatened trouble. Btnto Chairman Shields decl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 September 1914

iDELPHlA, : iff in- d9 ntt arW 13 rr ? . C EVENING LEDGER-PHILj -; - WHAT ONE MAY SEE ON THE MIDWAY AT THE TRENTON FAIR r Ib oM THE- NMDWrW JA fflHr&& 1 HYPNOTIC BOSUN ess.THELADY I J'j8t&&isii& J fcj I . THAT SLEEPS oN A BROOM M iJESTRoYlMG THE -SHOS.- iWB rtrr. . f- : I ' 2S S BOK UONCHaS OM THE. T illi f"- vT-n At pcnc benches IBSV i -7h iiv:Q3bS' i lllle- xl X vN?w !6'' & l','iK', - tCSjDT i I B Hff Jly A ISStr W6Js 7vt Ai SHAPING- OP A PR12.E zT '::::::::::Ns-r; VtM Ci&S-llir7 lilisr I I I IBM -'v'-i" aiiSSSMKSMCIi flR ij riff wT TW .-A - I R kilVw v. ff-nn nw pcreo- rs5n'vt- &" -j NESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1914 diseases. For the Insl three years he hntl been In poor licitltli, rainier, was born in the Kensington district, and wlillo still n youth ho learned to bo a machinist. Later ho becamo a stationary engineer. He was n member of the ?lst lteglmcnt, l'enhslviuila Volunteers, In the Civil War, and after his rclcaso from I.lbhy Prison he Uns placed...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 September 1914

$& i 1 nKRr ?Yr 4Pi 1EMBERGIN CHAOS AS RUSSIANS TARE GALIGIAN CAPITAL l Austrlans, Civil and Mili tary, in Pell-mell Panic, Offer Scant Resistance. People's Pathetic Plight. TBTnoaRAD, Sept 80. A prnplilc story of tlio full of lumbers, Galtcla, Anit the acencs attenctlns tho Ittisslnn occupation of tho city, hug Just teen (riven to me by an KngHnhmun who liaa arrived here after witnessing those historic event. "I nm ntt enKlner," said he, "and with ft friend of the same callltiB had business In Lembonr. Vp wcro not molested In any way until about a week before tho arrival of the Itusslans. nhen wo wero suddenly snt for by the Austrian police, placed under arrest and conveyed to prison. Simultaneously all our money was confiscated. "Wo were lept In cells for four or flvo days, durlns 'which tlmo absolutely no food was fjlven us. Fortunately we re eelved a small portion of drinking water each day or the 'hunger strike' wouia have been as complete as any undergone by suffragettes I...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 September 1914

?B1 P Ar o h A Itou 'Iostl!l send Quei prise: PrtVf up 1 card on It! "T bio head! wan cat "T Both parti Krenl battl "ln$ fords my fl radew unsu sun. derlrfl lso forctj they ttunn a. ca phraj equlJ to a aentcj thorn! ntil r - 8 EVENING LEDGEK PHILADELPHIA WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1914. r i I- jf y f ifc; 4rin "V trlot undo furtl roiul 1th they gry polntM 1 "1 thirst) "Ad for given! memc after They at Kl Tras first "T. and. tered see. I wa itatl Lo "Be that goin 'I ami eurro colon "Th. the P. A the g on tl Germ them to s while few hand "Tl idva iome in bi' .urpr owe! inets .-00 t n th "Tl Ing vnd ars ut t: voun ontlr "I Ion iv Ul th xcept o do ': ti r ai ind1 Jl aid. f th etur ven -ult ...r Itho ) lie e Ka )0M teanl Gen I Kve-j ine ith 'ganl irgotj re uropH ins l.onjl rso eptlK- ens Hi ime on TOlft lich: J Ari ieura i Me rne ein Ilr a Tl ohn Ne 4 alt irem term in Ipho n. irln tu hi: rru Velt Ml lie Cth n m m rf EVENING t&3& LEDGER I'UDLIG LEDGER COMPANY CmUS . K. CCIITIS, rnrn...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 September 1914

Tnrr""rnw!iovir''" ' "wf '1pJHl-''"'pH)W'ip(WWluPIIBWJI'' M ''Wiu"i'l'iaWVlw' " 1 vnanai MfeLMfciaatisliaac? iPIWiWPPWi3 S8S5 - EVENING IiEDGBB-PHIIiADBLPHIAWPNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1013- 0 SOCIAL LIFE IN 'AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA h. nt nt ri 10, V- It it I h k. In u id 1 w v MISS IIANSELL F. EARLE Miss Earle, who Is the daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. George II. Earle Jr., will make her debut this year. Mtb. Earle will give a large debutante luncheqn tomorrow at her home in Bryn Mawr in honor of her daughter. REAL nutumn weather drove the feminine members of the Gcrmantown Cricket Club, Jlanhelm, Indoors yesterday afternoon and made the last of the ladles' day teas a cozy affair. After a desperate fight to win a match In the tennis tournament, a roaring fire, a steam ing cup of tea nnd Jut a weo bit of harmless gptslp went far towards comfort, cozlness and general good time. Among thoso noticed were Mrs. Philip Adam son, Mrs. William Jordan, Mrs. Arthur Haines, Mrs. James Mapcs Dodge, Mrs. H...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 September 1914

v, v "Jfft1!- Gp 1 iyr s 5 - 10 EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1914. DOM Bteanl Genl Kiei Line with lo'Bnnl curgod hire Eurt'tJ ale l kins, I Loud one !:, Vent,H' meii3 of t!4 name Is on TOM MichJ inj Ai md 1IJ Jarnel . !! I Alturi :tta Tl John u'tirle Ualtfl lorend Hutu I llldretf Alpha! 719 'harl Riihi xlTllijI Welti ci rgo and ame Kuihl ohn Moe DhH H Kenn Ikhrlo Ionia I cdui ( j Flor t. .nurewt Ma i John .'athera FtanU llutwl Aloe. Ury Qeersl ireal, ireet. ClareJ Stl fill AntoiJ Daniel Otta ,ut. tl WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW- THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON ELLEN ADAIR MEETS AH AMUSING GIRL, WHO ADVISES HER She Learns to Typewrite, and Takes Up a Tempor ary Position in a Large City Office. xv. The seeing ye unit unilersUinillns heart find klnilly folk abounding cvernhcic. Jly second night In Philadelphia 1 Ml eo sad, .tint then a. kindly thing occuncd to cheer mo on m lonely, quiet wn. Outbid? the moving-picture house where 1 had seen that lovely pl...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 September 1914

"9'mwi4jflmiN'" mvnmhnmifi " ' W' EVENING- LEDG-ER-PHILADELI-B'LA. WEDNEBPA.Y, SEPTEMBER 30, 1014. 11 WORLD'S SERIES MATTERS NOW UPPERMOSTTN MINDS OF AMERICA'S BASEBALL FANS DETAILS ARRANGED FOR' WORLD'S SERIES BY COMMISSION w Baseball Moguls Hold Meet jng This Morning at Bellc-vue-Stratford to Complete THeir Plans. Tho Notional Commission, armed and well prepared with a 60-ccnt plcco, went Intb moro or If.ss executive cession at the Bcllovuo-Stratford Hotel this morning to arrange tho last details of tho world's series. Tho presence of the. half dollar was made necessary becaute on tho re sult of tho tos'd depends where the first game between the Athletics and Qravcw T HI bo staged, Tho other detail requiring attention vrns the naming of tho date for the first imo. Tho arrangement of tlio scries schedule, which Included tho settlement of the ques tion as to Whether two games should be played In succession In Boston and Phil adelphia or one game alternately, as pro posd by Manager S...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 September 1914

NING LEDGER VOL. I NO. 15 PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1914. PHIOE ONE CENT it -1 i a i ' i I m YARE ADMITS BAD WORK AT ISLAND PARK Walls' Demolition to Make Way for Park Practically a Confession to Faulty Construction. "Safe Bet No Dynamite Will Be Needed to Tear Them Apart," Veteran Workman Declares. Senator Kdwlit H. Vare. who con structed the "near concrete walls" in League Island Park tit a cost of mi'io than $250,000 to the taxpayers, which three noted engineers condemned, lias at last confessed his work was fault v. Dv his orders squads of laborers have t'n down practically the entire stru.-t n Only sm.Ul parts of the cracked .i are still visible. Expenditures for the park thus far have been about Jl.50'.v,n Laborers In the pari: frankly ndmlttcd today that demolishing the wail wasn't a. difficult Job. One man ventured to de clare the job was the easiest v h.id encountered In years, l.ecause of the faulty material with which the structure was built. Less than four m...

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