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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 15 September 1914

tr-'fflt-k J M. EVENING- LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1914. 13 INVESTORS SHOW A DESIRE TO RELIEVE FINANCIAL TENSION i I... iLn Rttm- incouragea uy mc uu Feeling Everywhere Ap parent, They Display Con fidence by More Active Trading Prices Higher. ...i .inrnoscB of tho allies In Eu- In! an hvl"B a ood cftcot " th 1T.0n' rW"1 .. .. (, hottse fee lie ,.- situation, iuiu . -- - r . . ... .n,rfint in nnnnclal olrolea in h. metropolis 13 being reflected hero to t marked degree. The advance In I3ng E i. rnnoola today, the nlmost sensational Plsh..co.n,9.0.Tn tfriees in this country, the Kniwed confidence of foietgn Investor If Xt stability of American securities in the stani "y trnMna nnd conscauont R!l?i, mice In Wnlt street nnd on tho aigher price. retribute to the New p ., ...mm, la nnnnrcnt In nonr- tetter foennj, ..-. .- - renewal BSmflienTe In tho ability of American W coi"""- -.iii rnm with tho Bsanciera o . . nPwaJlele.--. . ..inn.,i ho financial &n apparently dis...

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. — 15 September 1914

tifFZ IC" ..--m. aKWW"sWJWBWwm!MfMiw ywr -T'-vT-'V .uihim --. -7 VHnMMfMHMiSbfflMBHVnM If- POSTSCRIPT EDITION EVENING LEDGER I II III ! POSTSCRIPT EDITION VOL. I NO. 2 PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1014. PRICE OSTE OESTT Register today. Failure means loss of your vote at the election, November 3. Large registration, reform lead ers say, spells defeat of Penrose. October 3 will be the only other registration day. Registrars will sit in every poll ing place from 7 a. m. to 10 a. m. and from 4 p. m. to 10 p. m. Enrollment under a party name is not necessary. Poll tax or property tax receipts dated since November, 1912, will qualify elector for registration. Poll tax receipts may be bought from the division registrars, If the elector's name appears on the as sessor's list. ALWAYS A CHANCE FOR DRINK VICTIM IN ST. PAUL'S CLUB Derelicts Lifted From Seem ingly Hopeless Degrada tion and Made Useful and Self-respecting Citizens. A nodiln wreck of a. man shuffled along the liver front a...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 15 September 1914

I 1 Sfflflp ; pwwiKB ((wwr"" j:.j-Tl EVENING LEDGER -r VOL. I-NO. 2 PIIILADJ3IP1IIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1014. PRICE ONE CENT REVOLT GROWING IN VARES' DISTRICT AGAINST PENROSE Opposition to Selfish Leader ship Takes Definite Form Among Foreign Residents of the Downtown Wards. Hevolt tiRnlnst Fenroselsm and Vnrelsm Is now ireadlng In tlio heart of tho Varo district downtown. There fire slsns t,t a general uprising against tho Or janlzatlon leaders. It Is contended by many of tho downtown votera that they havo been used solely to aid the Vnrcs In their personal political ambitions, and tl,e lenders of the nntl-Varo cruaado de clare that there will bo no chango In conditions unless there Is a- ehnngo In political leadership. Opposition to tho Varcs and Penrose la ispeclfttly manifest among Italian voters, who say they wcro Insulted because of their nationality by tho downtown Or ganization leaders during tho strllto of the street cleaners some time ago. Ef forts to sidetrack tho ant...

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. — 15 September 1914

;-jjjj-jj uiuwwtu'.MWH EVENING LEDGER PHTLDELPItTA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1014. IU a ' .'! W 3 v i - V v y GERMAN TROOPS 1UIT BRUSSELS fl) JOIN BATTLE GOVERNMENT RULES FOR NEUTRALITY OF WIRELES, Belgian's Force Invaders to E acuate Many Cities. Kaiser's Army Suffered Gieat Losses During Retreat. ANTWERP. SCpt. 15. Brussels lias been evacuated by tlio German troops. Alost tins also been freed of the Knl-cr'a forces and from various other cities and towns held by the Germans eoitif reports of the rapid withdrawal of tlio Invading forces, who are rushing to Join the main German army, who have been pushed bads to n line extending noith of Louvnln to Mnlinrs. The 10,000 troops which occupied Alost, about 20 miles cast of Brussels, Joined the great force which occupied the Delslan capital, under thu command of General Von Der Goltz, and the combined army ha- taken up a position In the vicinity of Luuvaln. The oncigetle advance of the Belgian troops will, In all probability, allow them to...

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. — 15 September 1914

pfftev ) EVEHING LEBGER-PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1914;. MEN OF MANY RACES HURRY INTO THE WAR ZONE TO MEET DEATH OR FAME aW . ,,.-;, ;-,;i,iW, -V, 'p Jgl ;- Aft illl -,'f"M.i&M ft pli Sl lsSmUKWi mSHmw' m jHw HP SlillfPilliliil ' . '" ''"' "" ' ? aP:-i..li,A'i gjcggitagi.ag a&-aawf- y g fcrtrJssy3'syr jKiafo., hh ' niAflg HHkay mi&Fwr m r ,.. ,wifciyrr-Lv,' ''-.... r.(. :w6.:iXv.i j mt :;ivi.4)w4" v ' shi . .a jihc jet j - aiuwi' j . i m ?- (bmii bk Msnr - " - .- . ...oivn'-.. r w : . t ' r -. v f i ' ? .. i. - - HPM 'f P Mr v. N J72fev tatj 77: VTv ivwo yA' tiesc bslgmv glwj TO C&USH Tfi GERMAN NVADE? ONOCf?WOOD A UMOCRWOOD mOTO UNDCKOOD&t.VPSKWOOP AU5T?A'5 fiOP5 AND FEARS F'EFOJE V ARCHDUKE F?0EPCf COWAWE? M CMJTF OF W Afflfy N.J iirjn I i ! i SHbS Ti JVIDOW OF TYJ DPGBLE, WTi HEP DEATH &EALMG - ENTPEVCHEO SEHND 7 SZEASTWOPKS OF" I' ' ' " " 1 9 i MEDALS. GPZZLED VETEPAVJ GLAPD v ffi: PETPQGPAD WHIE YOVAGEP 30O GATHER 5TPANGEPJ A A JTPAAGE LAND TO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 15 September 1914

WMmMVK' " k " 'V A) Rsfl ' J I . 4 EVEyiNG LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, JjJ $Ht BELGIAN IfflF- wm. ' SUBJECTS, REJOICING OVER THE NEWS OP THEIR OWN ARMY'S VALIANT FIGHT AGAINST THE GERMANS, WELCOMED THE BRITISH ROYAL MARINES ARRIVING AT OSTEND WITH SHOUTS OF JoV '"ntlemood. I PROVISIONS SCARE EVEN IN THE WAKE OF VICTORIOUS ARMY Thrifty Peasants Sell Food to the Wounded Who Have Money, but Serve Penniless Without Pav. 5-5s .--" By G. H. PETUIIS Curre'-ei "nt I j lr i r ronl i :pi mil l bh Uhijitlth THIEUUY -Vpt 1' In)e.l. W. tlm Li'zni ve-t. -fin'- i'i the lit tle town if Hrc, which lii east : Pails, between the -n v 1 i! . Maine, how difficult it Is t L-i feo.l in the rear of two succesvlv c liwa-io-i.,. n, in ev. r town In that region .i.I th shops were shut and nearly nil tin lm ses It was onlv after a long search tl it ,r fuuml :m Inn that could Sf us i I iruWn. Tuere li a lat&e ru itn w th n low. .pained roof and tiled Hoov uui to. t 1 . ml.ailj In blue cot to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 15 September 1914

W9f-rtrP13 EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER IB, 19l. 15 ATTORNEY, A GREEK, SAYS U. S. SHOULD " PROTEST TO TURKEY friend of Consul Tsakonas Here Declares Abroga tion of Treaties Concerns Safety of Americans. Sotirlos Nicholson, of Washington, D. C , a Oreok attorney nnd student of In ternational law. who Is vNtltiR In Phila delphia, today told how the abrogation of tho treaties by Turkey was of vital concern to the t'nltoil States slnco by Hint action the nafrty of ovcry foreign trsldent lit that cotllitry Was threatened, Including thougnnds of missionaries and ether Americans who inako their per manent home tlicrn. Mr. Nicholson was nt the ofllco of Arlstotlo Tutkoims, the Oloek Consul ieiP. He Is a neiuoniu menu or Consul Tsakoiia. and on his way to Now Yoik toppcil off here to visit tho official, "1 do not think," ho snld, "that tlif ilgnlflcance of tho capitulations nmtlo j cars ngo by Turkey and now abrogated In generally itiieclatfil. tinder tlirni foreign rcsldc...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 15 September 1914

K-ur ifi"ij( ;a SfMf n i 6 EVENING LEDGERPHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, ldU ,' - ' u 3 i The Future of Advertising The Nineteenth, and Last, in a Series of Talks on Advertising It would be interesting and easy, but entirely futile, to make sweeping predictions about the future of advertising. Men hardly have the temerity to speculate upon the future of the law of gravity, or of the fourth dimension. The law upon which advertising rests is, no less than these, immutable, and its effect, for good or bad, is largely dependent upon the degree to which men understand it and the uses to which they turn their knowledge of it. i .(. a i J hi HE future of advertising is in separably interwoven with the whole future of commerce and industry. Any prophecy would have to take into account the probable development of our whole national life. But there are many tendencies, already L ''observable, which seem to indicate impor tant progress, and which are likely to in fluence profoundly the bu...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 15 September 1914

EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 19U. 7 WHY ENGLAND MAY FEAR NEAR RAID OF GIANT ZEPPELINS British General Shows That Air Invasion of London is possible Sees No Good Means of Defense. The jiorll of London from a possible lombarrtmoMt by Koppellns Is ttio subject 0f Uir Irndlim urtlclo that appears In the July Issue of The Vtoiirnul of tlio Uoyat t'nltPit Service Institution of Gloat Britain, the orRatilzntlon of the aftlcers of the British army and navy, tn the trlli'lo a general ofllccr points out the dntigr" (hat may hover over London In a tlinn of war, dangers that lie friinUly ndinlts nic porluit In t'XU'tit and which inlsl't dllllciilt to oppose In the event of an airship Invasion of Knglnnd. hi a wireless dispatch from Merlin It Yas asecitid Hint Germany was consider In InvailliiB KtiBland with a licet of now Efnpelhis. Thus tlio article In The Jttirlin' the ltuMit I'nlted Service Institution l. of timely Interest. It begins with a B r . . .1.. I.-....- Hint ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 15 September 1914

KsBSSS mmii'mmm mmmiAaiiMSi. SIWaSnBIMIltlUlMtY WUK m JMSHnMK s EVENING LEDGEEPHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1914. EVENING OAi LEDGER PUBLIC LKIJGblt COMPANY OYHVS II. It Ct'nTIS, I'nr.stPKiT. .John tlrlbbcl. VlcePreldtit; 0o.W Ochs, Secretary: V,?h.T c- MM In. Treasurer, rharlM It. I.udingten, Philip B. Collins, John II. Williams Directors nUITOUIAl, BOAIU) : Cmcs It. K. Prims. Chairman. '. It. tVltALKr., LL. .1.1. t:ecutl Editor JOHN C. MAI1TIN. . . ..... . . Cteneral Hulns Manager t'ublUhed daily at Pernio t.rMrn IlulMlns, IndCrendenro Square. Philadelphia. l.KtKir.n Cc.NTint. .....llrond anil Chestnut Strata Ath.ntic Our I'mi-Unlnit nulMlns Nnw Your: 17H-A. Metropolitan Towor Ctllctao a)T Homo Insurinco HiilMIng I.0.NM1N 8 Waterloo Place. Pall Mall. a. W. nuws nunn.vf H : JlAnatancnrt tJritnu- Tim I'ct'rlnt Tiulldlng WARitrsiiTo.v UtiiMt .. . , Tti I'nit nulldltm Nkw Yomc Iltnut) The TMri KulMlnjr linnt.tN nrnuif 0 I'rleilrtrlntraMo bn.NnoN llttinit' C Tall Mall i:t. a W. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 15 September 1914

IH SUsSSSgSBH RgggBHSSligHfli 5EE2HI rwrw- TWWfTT pmm EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1914. 0 SOCIAL LIFE IN CITY AND NEARBY TOWNS CLASSIC DANCER A BRIDE TODAY Miss Gemma A. D'Auria, well known in the younger set in West Philadelphia, who will become the bride of Dr. Percy H. Houston, of Austin, Tex., to'night. is- nXGACJEMENT of interest to this city md Now Yoi k, which has boon an AVounccd In Now York, Is that of Mlsa Edilh Stuart Otto, (laughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Albr rt T. Otto, ol Valley Rose Farm, Scarsdalo, to Norman f'arlilt Celchcrt, a son of Dr. Kdv.'id Tvson Keiehcrt, who Is a member of tii ii MU ! the iii'dlcHl department of the Inm-it. i' Pennsylvania. Mi .iml Mi.-,. ('lurk-s llcniy Scott, Jr., aro b,jcihI!iik the uuMiiiii ni the gucts of Mr. ai.d Mrs. Wilimm AVcf-t Frazier, Jr., at their country pla-e in Jenltlntown. Sir. und Mrs. fc'cott will nnt open their town house at 111 Fnuth d stiect. until late In November. Mi-. Francis P. Sibley lias reurned ...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 15 September 1914

Ti;7 imZ,M - A, J..'.M K t,rT7' wgynj imWHIMMWwr -y "p"a essj 10 EVENING LEDGEBPHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1914. WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON MILITANT MMD'S "VALOR" REWARDED BY DEATH AS SUICIDE Strange S I o r y of Laura Gray's Career Revealed in Letter Accompanying Pre sentation of Medal. CHURCH FEELS WAR BURDEN Gcminii Methodists, Crushed Under Heavy Taxes, May Close Temples. N'RW TO UK. Sept. IS. A letter was re ceived here from Bishop t. Nelson, direc tor of the work ot the Methodist Epls copal Church, by tho Hoard of Torelgn Missions of that fnlth, statins that tho C'erninn Methodist congregations nio crushed under the heavy burdens imposed upon them bv the war. The congregations are face to face with tho necessity of closing their churches temporarily, he says. V A really gifted and brilliant joung tvoman, nlioao llto might well linvt been diverted Into th highest channels, has undsr tho saddest ot nil circumstances Bone over to ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 15 September 1914

imm!' f scsTif $&$ EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1014. 11 ir RUSSIAN INFANTRY, THEIR FACES SUDDENLY TURNED GRAVE AND SERIOUS BY WAR'S STERN REALITY, REVIEWED BY THE CZAR AT PETROGRAD (ST. PETERSBURG), BEFORE LEAVING FOR GALICIAN BATTLEFIELDS MELANCHOLY DAYS ARE COME, SADDEST FOR CITY BEGGARS Hard Times for Mendicant Arm)', Due to the Police. Jimmy Conners in Correc tion, "Slats" Despondent, "Shoestring Mary" Gone. Haul times linvo befallen the beEffU and th profession Is not what it used to bo. .Men who onco "made" J." to ti dny liuvc been either driven from tho sheets m- arc HorvhiK Kentencea In the Jloiifo of Correction. Kvi n Jimmy Connors, who was the llfo of u uloon nenr Klithth and Callowhlll ttr 1 1., l in tho Houso of Correction, and what mlcves .lames most is Hint he cannot Kct out, although he hired two law.ier.s to accomplish tho object. Janv s sot out of tho "Correction" tube, r.i.st for brief breathing spells, wliii. i.ls attorneys argued writs...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 15 September 1914

mW HMB tmgfrtir ' T '',, 12 EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1914;. mvk w r , . . PHILLIES ENTERTAIN GIANTS AGAIN TODAY-DR. KRAENNZLEIN TO REMAIN HERE - i i PHILLIES OWE . MUCH TO DOOIN FOR HIS WORK Auburn-haired Leader Has Wrought Well Despit Re verses and Should Not Be Allowed to Go to Braves. Aslilo from the nil-Important question as to which cluli will win the National Xvnguo pennant, the mnln Idea In tho minds of fntuloin Is to favor Chat Icy l"ooin. l-'llghty rumor has It, but from what nuthoilty no one can tram, that Dooln Is playing and managing his last pcason at tiroad and Huntingdon streets. If that Is so It will op sad new. DtfMn has never won a pennant for tho liillllos, but ho Is a good lender, and with the material which he had this season, no olio could have dono bettor, Tho fact that his club was shot to smithereens by tho Federal League H alon responsible lor Doolti'e club dropping from second placo to second dUlslon In the space, of ono short ep...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 15 September 1914

yji Hmmm EVENING LEDflJjm-PHIllADELPHTA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER IS, 19T3. 13 INVESTORS SHOW A DESIRE TO RELIEVE FINANCIAL TENSION Encouraged by the Better Feeling Everywhere Ap parent, They Display Con-1 fijflnrn hv IVlore ActlVP of slloc A ronsul lina ndvlaed Hint n lldence Dy muic nuivt number of European ouniinlftslon met- Trading Prices Higher. FORESEE TRADE BOOM IM LEATHER AND WOOLENS Local Inteiests Leain Conditions In England Are Favorable. leather and high-grade woolen cloth innnuricttireii In thli city may expand thrlr trndo by taking- mlviintiiKp of con ditions In Un&lntid, accoidlng- to udvlrr-B iccclved by local InlorcaK Infoi nintlun from London i to tho rffoct Hint thu dh rotor of contractu for thn nrinv im ports a market In thn Hrltlsh tiadc for chrome upper and henvj holo leather. A man In close touch with the shoo Undo declared that while this may he u Rood thliiK for ono leather innnufncturoi, win mean an increase line in the prlci SOUTH AMERICA IS A PROMISING FIEL...

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

Ji-,bR'gJ.k",'4ltil"AVri jw TssimSr "! i3m ' B 1 '.' 'J iff 1 he 1 1 H ii bk I It r KB Ma IW , ' i I II II I r !f,i iu l 1 LJ VJCiiNliNlj LEDGER VOL. 1-1SO. 2 PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1911. PRICE ONE CENT ALWAYS A CHANCE FOR DRINK VICTIM IN ST. PAUL'S CLUB Derelicts Lifted From Seem ingly Hopeless Degrada tion and Made Useful and Self-respecting Citizens. A sodden wreck of a man shuffled alone the river front and wondered how long It took to drown. He had hnd a long light with John Barleycorn and he had lost. Ho had nothing to HVo for. He hnd lost everything ho had to loc, family, friends, business and health. The whisky had even taken awny his appetite for food, and now he could not even Ret whisky. So he nerved himself and ctept closer to the bulkhead. The waves mur inured Invitingly. A laborer on his way to work noticed the loiterer and intercepted him. There was a short conversation and the two went off together. They turned In at 4U Lombard street Old St. Paul's Clu...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 15 September 1914

NIGHT EXTRA fENING ,iii iu mm um-uiim i in i ii mil 'i 'I ni" -" wfc Hi U UrUi XV I EXTRA VOL I-NO. 2 nriLADULriLrA, Tuesday, smptemijeu is, wu. PRICE ONE CENT 'P REVOLT GROWING AGAINST PENROSE IN YARE DISTRICT t Opposition to Selfish Leader ship Takes Definite Form Among Foreign Residents of the Downtown Wards. PROTECTED BY WHITE FLAG ZEPPELIN DROPS 4 BOMBS Revolt ngnlnst Penroselsm and Varelsm 1 now spreading In tho heart of tho Vare district downtown. There arc signs or n general uprising against tho Or ganization leaders. It Is contended by many of tho downtown voters that they have been used solely to aid the Vares In their personal political nmbltlons, nnd the leaders of the antl-Vare crusade de clare that there will bo no change In conditions unless there Is a change In political leadership. Opposition to tho Vares and Penrose Is especially manlfeit among Italian voters, who say they were Insulted because of their nationality by the downtown Or ganisation leaders during tho s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 15 September 1914

VwfflFB vTl'S WWilr It - i i 2 ,ijn&tZSrr&W-i' KVljMiJG LEJDGK PHILADELPHIA, TU-EWDA'f, SEPTEMBER 16, 11)14. tured from the French, and that 40,000 prisoners and a largo number of guns had fallen Into the hands of tho Germans.) LONDON GOES WILD OVER - VON KLUK'S SURRENDER LONDON, Sept. 15. Alt London Is elated at tho news, received from Dleppo, that General von Kluk and 14,000 men have been cut off from the rest of tho German army and wero forced to surrender. It la considered certain that tho Hrlt Ish troops under Sir John French par tlctpated In the capture. Tho report was doubted at flrst be cause of the small number of prison ers, but It Is pointed out that the army of General von Kluk was on the ex treme German right on Septembers and tho largo army which ho had under his command when he was tho right Hank of tho huge wlnpr the Germans made toward 1'arls. That this army, driven back by forces to Its south itid west, poorly fed and weak from lack of sleep, had dwindled U...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 15 September 1914

$ tj n t? ,1 - i,'im ,jpgjiMgMjM EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1914- MEN OF""MANTfl RACES HURRY INTO THE WAR ZONE TO MEET DEATH OR FAME . s W.,-., , .4. ...( -V STEPH 9Z7r Z4rU THE MEN WHO VAN THESE BELGAH GUNS TO CPUSH THE GEPH7AN NVADEP UVOC&WOOO fr UHOE&WOQD mora uNoct?wooo.UAi,Df?wooD AUSTPA 'S HOPES AND FEA?S PEFOJE N VV -ARCHDUKE FPEDEPC COHFIWEP M CSF OF T ff ii"trrTyjz. tes ' At .Gs&ymasmaNES- . '.;.. .?$ pioro. exM THE SHADOW OF THIS DPG3LE WTH HEP DEATH &EALNG BOF75S, LES OVEP rRANCET w-jjgw Mi ' ' W ' iifMlil ... ,irawp ENTPFVCHED BEHHD ? BPEASTWOPKS OF HEDALS. GPZZIED VETEPANS GUAPD PETPOGPAO WHLE YOUA6E? BIOOD BAT TIE J . V , V v, V & " a. t ? yrvv f i X&i.X Tt fe wks,-- fet - f 2 X. 5 fc I ii 2 f K H ft l?:t . T9L V"r 93il .- t.t I t. 3 X A . V t 1 ii' ' Kt '? HE B S .( 't ' '. ias. ftiii. i. a n "tM&kA,. 4". ;R5Ers':wj i s- ? a . 3 ' i '73 a i a 46J"vtr -.cvae relWV'if?" 4 ...- ,Xtass 5TPANGEPJ HA JTPAHGE LAHD TO FGHT ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 15 September 1914

tWre "" sb;, ..?. ...u VjpJu tl ' EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 191-t. T GERMANS YIOLMBD ALL RULES OF WAR, BELGIANS CHARGE English Parliament Investi gates Numerous and Grave Atrocities Alleged in Sec ond Report. LONDON, Sept. 15. New charges against tha German troops which Invaded Belgium wero made public hers today by tha Belgian legation In the second detailed report of atrocities, that the commission, now In Amortca, will call to the attention of President Wilson. The report of the commission which Investigated the nl loged atrocities, after citing numerous outrages at Louvaln and elsewhere, makes the following conclusions! "That the occupation of any town by Germans was systematically accompa nied by acts of violence against the civil population contrary to both the usages of war and tho most elementary princi ples of humanity. "Tlio procedure everywhere was tho same. The Germans, advancing along tho roads, shot Inoffensive passers-by and peasants working ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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