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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 1 October 1914

Wif v ' w - t vt-. TyyqftfgarT "-ys-Mt gjgaagiswppBi "li1 " ' f"5'iJS " j- j -v--( .- night EVENING NIGH EXTRA JLj JLj Jl vJ JLji Jlw la A I Hi c VOL. INO. TO PHILADELPHIA, TIIUHSDAX, OCTOBER 1, 1914. PRICE ONB CE3 W ff TSIM MffffcMMMJIuflfc J- T"l B f It PENROSE NERVOUSLY AWAITS ROOSEVELT ATTACK TONIGHT Senator Will Have Colonel's Speech Taken Down by Stenographers and Plans Insta ll Reply. Messengers Will Be Kept in Con stant Passage Between Ar mory and Headquarters of the Boss. CARDINAL FERRATA STRICKEN SUDDENLY BY APPENDICITIS New Papal Secretary of State Seriously 111. HOME, Oct. l.-Carldnat Fcrrala, Papal Secretary of Sdile, Is seriously III. The secretary, only recently appointed to his ofllco by l'ope Rcncdlct, was sud denly stricken liy appendicitis. Dr. Mnrchlaf-iva lias been "illcd to attend the Cardinal. DOWNTOWN BOSSES DEPRIVED OF VOTES OF BEGGAR BANDS Colonel Theodore Roosevelt will open Ills Pennsylvania campaign against United Elates Senator Penrose tonlRlit at tlio ...

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. — 1 October 1914

' E YENIKG LEDGERPHI LADELPHIA, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 1. 1914. ESH TROOPS ADD NEW VIGOUR TO TERRIFIC ASSAULTS ON EXHAUSTED GERMMS - ' - "' ' "V ' ' ' ' ' 'I " i i , Even when forced back by pht of nufhbers they always turned to tho assault and con temporary defeat Into perma- ?lory. falf a dozen points on the left faro towns which hae changed as many ns four times In 34 Ltut tbdny It Is definitely stated In tho territory north of the Inc nhd west of the Olse, tho Al nre holding; tho advanced posl- hs that were originally occupied by Germans when tho present battlo Ian. (ho German right, Military Hend- lirtcrs here today declared, has been irtencd materially. While no details ho lne are given, It Is believed that Germans arc now battling desptr- y to maintain their hold on tho road llncfl running Into JJelglum. Iijiy constantly are being subjected to Csh pressure as nddltinnnt fresh oops are being hurled Into tho line. A similar situation exists on tho ex eme French right. Military exper...

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. — 1 October 1914

-err.s5 EVENING LEDGERPHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1'. 1914. MUNICIPAL COURT , 'JOBBERY BREAKS :' A WOMAN'S HEART Organization Forced Demo tion of Mrs. Pickering to Make Room for Penrose Supporter. another charge has been laid nt the floor of the politically controlled Mu Tilclpal (.'ourt. This time the court Is Accused of breaking n woman's heart Hint a job might he made for a man, Jtrs Jessie V. Pickering, of 235 South 23d street, la seriously HI. Behind that iiims lies a tale of sordid politics, Mrs. 1'lokering whs ousted from the position of chief probation officer of the Juvenile Court to make a place for a voter after the Juvenile Court came Into control of tlio Municipal Court, and the power of appointment was placed In the hands of President Judgo Charles t,. Brown, of the loth Ward, ex-ward worker and leader nnd personal friend of State Senator James 1 MoNlchoI and one of that typo of men advocating the ic-electlon of Sen ator Penrose. Transferred from her office followi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 1 October 1914

IAN AGAIN FLOWS ED WITH BLOOD; REM VICTORIOUS jrmahs. Lured Upon lined Bridge, Cut Off md Mowed Down in fFearful Carnage. LONDON, Oct. 1. low the Germans were mowed down by lefriflc tnln of Ftench shells on the win bnltlctleld, whero tho Germans won li a glorious victory 44 years ngo, was today hi a dispatch received by tho "ly Mall from Its Paris correspondent. tcrrlblo carnage was Inflicted by the i;rtch during tho strategical retreat of tho. Allies southwnul from Belgium, u few e,cks ago. 8-,"In this second buttle of Sedan, the French led tho QeimunH Into n trap nnd M'cn killed thousands of them," says the respondent. "With the pursuing Gcr- iniiB following closely, the Fiench com- rtio rider ordered his men to cioss the nv )i' and to tako up positions on the op- tor Itc heights. &" I'lie bridges wcie mined hurriedly, but left standing to deceive the Ger . Unsuspecting the trap, the Gei- Is rushed along and started to oioss t bridges in close formation. Suddenly brldgea were ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 1 October 1914

ENIN' OTB-PHrKADELPHIA THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, UU. PALMER DECLARES PENROSEISM ONLY SENATORIAL ISSUE "Calamity Howl" Designed to Cloud the Real Situa tion in State and Divert Public Attention. SISTERS DOUBLE-WEDDING BRIDES KlTTANNl.NO, Pa., Oct. 1.-"Thcrc Is no Issue of Importance In the present cnmpnlEn to elect a United Stntcrt Sen ator In Pcnnrylvaiilii except t'enrose nml Pcnrosclrin," declared OoiiBri'Ssirmti A. Mitchell l'ultnir In n speech here this morning. "The calamity howl, of which renrose himself Is inuUlnft up nmt down tlic State," he continued, "Is only de signed to cloud the Issue mid turn the public attention away from his own mls deede " The Democratic campaign party anlvrd help bv ntttomobllu this morning from Clarion. V.n route they stopped at New JJethleheni Relmcrnliurg and Kast Uiady. Vaiii'e C. McCormlok, candidate for Uuv rrnjr, who loft the pnity yesteiday In order to confer with A. 'Xcvln Dctrlch. WnMilngtnn paity State chairman tit Phi xdclplila, Is expected ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 1 October 1914

i, 10: EVEH1HG LBDB-PHniAKBIuyftiA, THI7BBDAY, ft , , -' - . . . " ' ' ' ' ' " ' ''' AID GASES SLED NUISANCE; iATEMENT ASKED sc of Mary Li C. Bid- JEstatc Declares Amer- y 1 .. - Bi voaiette company s int Disturbs His Tenants plaining Hint smoke from the plant American Conlctlo Company, on forth sldo of Cumberland street, cast todd, constitute a nuisance tn th hborhood, Robert N. Simpers, trus- Inder the Will of Mnry L. C. Bltltlle. Hit Injunction proceedings In Com- pleas Court No. 4 today to restrain anccrn from continuing Its manu ring business until It had abated or lilshcd the alleged nuisance. ltors, as trustee, Is the owner ot IMS-SO-22-24-2S-SD-32 -West Cumberland and 2435-3S-40-51.53-.w-6" North avenue, all of which are used ts fences. The Coaletto Company Is si Jersey corporation and maintains lint on Cumberland street for the Ifhcture of artificial coal. iho bill in canity filed for Simpers Ittorncv John Q. Johnson It Is de ll that the plant emits heavy vol- L of black sm...

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. — 1 October 1914

EVfifflffG LBDGEII-PHILADBLPHIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1914. WORLD-WIDE PROBE INTO SOCIAL STATUS, : ROCKEFELLER PLAN Investigation Will Be Car ried on by Foundation ! Af, nj f i .. . . I As no evidence was produced to show Alter Manner or Institute that Lconh.ni w in need of money, it BLACK HAND LETTER AUTHOR GIVEN 15 MONTHS IN JAIL Theatre Manager Told to Give $1000 Under Death Penalty. Edward It. Leonard, a painter by trade and one-time juggler on the vaude ville gtnKe, who Uvea on Taney street nenr Somerset, pleaded KUllty to send ing n "blnck hand" letter to 15. L. retry, manager of the 1'ala.te Theatre, on Mar ket street, and una rentenced to IS months In the Eastern Penitentiary by Judge Thompson In tho t'nltcd States DIMrlct "Court today for Medical Research. "For tho Well-Be!ng of Mankind Throughout the World," Trus tees Characterized Move. NEW YORK, Oct. l.-"For tho well belns of mankind throughout the World," as they characterized It, the trustees of the Rockefeller Foundat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 1 October 1914

EVEWIffG LEPGEB-PHlkAPEKPHp:, TOTJftBBAYv OCTOBER T. Y3I1.' tfi&b LEDGER LEDGER COMPANY It Cl'HTIB, PMSlnKNr. IreUfy. John C. Murtln. Trufert Ion. l'hlllp S. Colllrm, Jonn u. wh MTOMAb nOAHDJ I It It. Curtis, Chairman. t.K-teeutlv E'litor IS., ...... ,0nerai UutlncM Minister ......... (f...j ni ntif l.trwiKit Ii4rpndtnc9 Square, Phllnileliinln. .........i.llrond rM Chinut Rtr' Eltl.,i.h. . .rrf "("" I Mil in I M ..i . ... i. ..lill-A. jlfirnpomnii """ fttT Ham. tnnifnnm UllUtllnt I....8 Waterloo Pine, Tall Mall, 8. V. NEWS ntlnKAt.tft! l,k,H Th. PntrlAl TtlllMlnff caictD'..,.tii. ..The Tol nwlMltie 1EAV The Timet iiunnins 1 nil FrMf l hlrn 10. ........... ..2 Tall Mall Knt. H. w. (ili.lili ..32 HUC 1OUIS IS urana sunscntrtioN TF.nis njtt.t O.xi.t. nix rents, rtv mail, pottiilrt phiis.uinhin. tpnt nhF forMorn ho-tnro nII.T Oxi.T. one month, twent-rte cents; . One rear three dollars. All mall u'erlp- i In aJvance, iO WAtMrr KKYSTOM-. MAIN .1000 liMrcss nlJ commtinlrnltotii to Even...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 1 October 1914

EVENING LEDGERPHILADELPHIA', THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1914. '3 3 9 SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA 12; 2jM5r5AC4J.9fi Cf&b&i 3Li cJ&rl? iTxJssliCTLssLfiaSC&L' Sr 7 jMWkfxi -ifV&tff ic Ck.lHHHHiBHnB MRS. JAMES I KANCIS SULLIVAN Mrs. Sullivan, who spent a inrt of llir summer in New England, is now at her home, the Wood?, Radnor. (ToS t.UO.VOItA DKXNISTON'. whoso mar riage to Henry D. Booth, Jr., will tnko le Sattmlay, October 10, will be the Ruest honor at n lunclieon on Monday, October 5, I'll will be siven by Miss Dorothy Klnley, .cr home In West Scnoolhouso lane, (jcr- fjwn. The Riicsts will include the mem- lof MIfs Di'iinlston'a bridal party, anil ncludc Miss Isabel Stouehton, Miss Esther Miss Cithorlne Dnvls, Miss Amid Den and Miss Kathleen Dcunlston. Miss Booth will kIvo a luncheon for MIS3 l-ton on Tucsiluy, at which the sueats Ivlll bpj the 1 rldcsmaUis and Mis. Samuel Boot.i, nothoA yf tin bridegroom. A rue numbei of persons me Interested in Ihc itintry...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 1 October 1914

i.i!iww?T'.nmnun)iiwinw.' j "WMH'W '1M l I J i HMHPPJW 1UJ-MIWWM WW' 10 f EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1914. HAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATROi Tfi-&Kmfvtmtym iw .mwni-wiiwyywy ? ELLEN ADAIR IS INVITED TO GO OUT ON A PARTY She Feels the Loneliness of Lodging House Life and Accepts a New Invitation. XVI. The ups and downs of life are very trance! At nights I used to feel no tired after the Ions tiny In Hint biff city onice, nd I used to Bit beside the open window of the lodging house and watch the crowds go hurrying by. I used to weave odd fancied sitting there nlono above the lamp-lit street, and to each face that hurried by I would afllx a tale. Oht little window, you and 1 have often watched the shadows lengthen, and gray dawn come In! The looker-on at life sees far below the out ward surface of the scheme. Perhaps It Is as well to be Just a mere looker-on, nd yet, I want, I want so badly Just to II vet Oh, little shadow-sha...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 1 October 1914

iJtC evening le: EBPHILABELPHIA, flHUBSPAY, OCTOBER 1, 1914. MLDREN'S CORNER v - Grandma's Busy Putting Stitches in this Naudhty Puppy's BEFORE THE SANDMAN COMES INE little butterflies started out pne day for a frolic. They were not the gorgeous iwn and black and gold butterflies u read about and sec only occa- nally. No, these were tiny little pte butterflies, with nice long snow Etc wings. Very plain and very idest were they, with never a lught for the color or the size of ir wings. And they lived close at : never coin? but .1 verv little from the bush which they called Ir own, hen this one day a great gorgeous ferny came along, and spied the little butterflies liittincr here and e in the sunshine. Jcarie me, I'm sorry for you," he Sorry for us!" exclaimed the nine THE JAPANESE CHIMES. --- BHs3;si5acSjIgf "Tinkle, dinkle, dinklc, tinkle," That's the way your song first ran When I heard you in the morning, Little chimes from far Japan. "Tinkle, dinklc, dinkle, tinkle," Just the sam...

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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. — 1 October 1914

TsBSKHwfSBBSiiwJi Wf Wwwpfj' " wro"pif J EVENING KEBaEB-PCTirADEIJPHra, TgTTBSPAY, OdTOBTaB, i idu ' SUME OF HLETICS AFTER MAKING BAD START :hing This Year Was Vast Improvement Over That of 1913 Champions' Work of the Past Season Reviewed Imparcd with tho meteoric nscent of Ronton Braves from eighth place In IV to tho head of tho National League Intnti nt iim rtid nf Sentcmbcr. tho fhietlcs campaign of 1SU was tame, fhlle Connlo Mack's slxtlmc champions Li 'nnl mnko a recotd this year which filiated their Incomparable flight through he season of 1913. thcro was never a me from the opening of the season on Iprll 14, until tho nag was mathemat- lally captured September 7. when there las really any doubt as to the ability lh Mnck forces lo win. (During the early weeks of the season's tntrrrsa tho Athletics were not playing filth their wonted precision. Though the chlng uas considerably better nt the art and throughout tho season than It fas) In 1913, tho batting and general play j tho ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 1 October 1914

IT ' A m - V- i. EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA", MUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1M. i -- -rrf FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL SITUATION AT HOME AND ABROAD-MARKET REPOR' ACTUAL MARKET NOW EXISTS FOR TRADING i IN SECURITIES HERE Demand From Investors Is Brisk and Offerings of High-Grade Investments Are Scarce. in aclunl market for securities hna developed In Philadelphia. Offices of In vtstment bankers arc beginning to tnkn ot nn nppeitrnnco of activity and etis toners arc making Inquiries for nelecl oferlnp". Sales of Importance In listed nUl unlisted stocks and bonds uro being rmdo Under the supervision of special cimniUlees, but tho situation has re csiitb tissumed such a favorable aspect ti.it many of the restrictions which lave been Imposed on dealers making rides have been lifted and thcro Is u Bx.jv.il return to normal. Vanrn still continue Rood demands t', Investors for long-term rallioad iiji'J rqulnmcnts and for notes nintur- u witliln a year or less. Baltimore mid lie -notes nre attracting cus...

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. — 1 October 1914

SGHT GER XTRA - . - rr . . .. r PHILADELPHIA, TJIUKBDAY, OCTOBEti 1, 1911. l. j-no, i PRICE ONE CENT mm BROKER FAST HOUSES AND FAST MEN SKETCHED AT HAVRE DE GRACE Micfr EXTRffy, LT?r DOUBLE SHOOTING STIRS JERSEY TOWN; ONE VICTIM DEAD u Lambertville Man Fires Two Shots Into Wife's Body, Who Dies Soon After. ACCUSED OF $8000 FARO GAME FRAUD jawyer r rom rucnmona (Lost His Money Trying to Beat Niagara Falls Club ' Game. Irtested Man Hold for Extradi tion Declares He's the Victim of Mistaken Identity Looking For "Mr. King." new mid expensive fnro ytem, un fcch J Hnstr WIIpmii. nf Tttrhmmitl. a lawyer P'lyo lu- spent ywi liefnie lenroctl It did not work, lrm restlllpd I the arrest of n Camden tov oomnils- In broker who declnti's tvlny tliitt lit) per saw the victim of the HWltiillttttr ftem before, never had nnythln? to do 5li faro and ndvnnces the FUKgcftlon kt the culprit m v he hi twin brother. Bhe Camden man 1 U M. Day. ot Und- Heights. He Is under Jlonno bull at request of Prosecuto...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 2 October 1914

WVimmnpm'! ' . t EVENING LEDGER NIGHT Isa I II VOL. J-KO. 17 PIULADELPHIA, IflMDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1914. PRICE ONE CENT nlGHT bX I HA EUROPE'S NEED TAXES LOOMS AND FORGES - OF UNITED STATES luge Orders From Warring Countries Cause Tremen dous Boom in Industries lere. pillions of Dollars Coming Into This Country in Exchange for Products of Farm, Mill and Factories. new YORK. Oct. 2. Automobiles, InriKi .mill lipri-htntlkets. Steel sheets mill thousands of tons ot whc.it flour, worth ntlltmiK nr tlnllltrs. .110 lie lie bOUgllt 111 phis country by rcptcsentntlvcs of -ranee. Hncland and Russia for Use 111 the war In Kurope. Orders for the sup- hllrn linve been nlaccd 111 Jcw orK, Philadelphia. Boston, St. Louis, I'llts- iurgh, Richmond. South Bethlehem, rn., Imong tho cotton mills In North euro- jna nnd In other parts of the United Itatcs, . .. i- M.n, .,. tuv tlm rnniicltv K. ,. , ... f tl.n tnrMt nialltlfac- hirers of towels In the world Is being fcnilnhf hv the CflllllOII mills for tlicl...

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

2 I EVENING LEDGER-PHILAPELPHIA, FEIDM, OCTOBER 2, 10U. Si 4 GERMAN CENTRE BREAKS AS KAISER'S FORCES FLEE BATTLEFIELD IN NORTH POLANDm German troops constantly were arriv ing from Franco. General Joffre has reported that the Germans have been making strong ef forts to occupy the heights around Roya and those commanding Fresnoy-le-drande, ten miles northwest of St. Quentln. However, thu French War Office statement, Issued late last night, eald: "German offensive movements against our left have been repulsed. Tho gon eral situation is satisfactory. Wo havo made progress In tlio vicinity of tho Argonne." Tho optimistic footing In Paris con tinues high, and every morning tho Parisians arise confident In their pre diction that tho night will bring "big news" of a German retirement. Further foreign relnforcoments for the Allies aro expected dally. Members of the staff of Gancral Gnl llenl, the French Military Governor of Paris, expect developments from tho vicinity of Arrau soon. Accordin...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 2 October 1914

i m,fi imjiii mmmmmmm EVENING LEPaER-flWlLADELPnTA, FRIDAY, OOTOBEB 2, 19r4. s I0L0EL ATTACKS m mmmwMiim iii,jiifiwiiiMi'.innfu PROGRESSIVES WILL NAME SUCCESSOR TO REED OH FRIDAY PENROSE AS GUNMAN IN POLITICAL FIELD EX-CONVICT FACES CHARGE OF PASSING 25 BOGUS CHECKS Caught After Styling Him self as Preacher in Bakery. Alleged Victims and De tective Accuse Him. Tn Arlrlrncc. 1 .nrkina Much of the Old - time "Punch" Roosevelt Calls for Elimi nation of Boss. I Colonel nooscvclt, In Ills speech to SOOT lien and women In the First ltcBlmcnt Irmori' Inst night, mildly attacked Scn- for Fcnroso. lie discussed the Ixjrlmer so at length while dwelling upon tho lis it bosslsm, nml only occnslonnlly re- Ireij to conditions In 1'ennf.vlvnnlu. helrjoloncl lacked his old-time "punch" fly a few limes during the course net sntceh did he arouse to on- Ism tho immense throng thnt turned give him n reception. The fuioro Ireetcd him upon his nnlvnl In tho UT Ulril out niter lie nan uih" Bonk, and group...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 2 October 1914

EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1914;. ALKIES! SHELLS FALL OIMA, AUSTRIA'S ADRIATIC NAVAL BASE CARRANZA PREDICTS PEACE FOR COUNTRY 4 " WAR TRANSFORMING l i "?; J '.A V&&.L :&'4$&itwtK ; . . 'jwara?' m- wtv ,- r.. s aa-. i .jr.. " "' K "' tl RICH BELGIUM INT( BLACKENED WAS W&iZ-i &Z2JA v J BEFORE CONVENTION i ' 'l- " V ' SERVIANS CAPTURE BOSNIAN TOWN AND AGAIN REPULSE FOE Austrians Driven Back in Sortie Across Save, While Serbs Take Vlarenitza, Near Sarajevo. .stiam:? : sari's' t, :m.t si: "'; . ... -ex' vmk i'ikhkw r &' -; 'sv,j&i:.!Jz.'w&&wmKiuii&-v mmmfrPMm:mreMim m ji. mwmmm$mmm : 3" a. .-'.. r- - ' ;'. & '" -- - spw . -v, ,, . '&m&&m ;i. ? r " " v j.aL...Vs risz . ?t - .xr ip - - .& . . 'k.kx. a j. . w v I 4 Bbitabattlmerit of Cattaro Libft ''to- Guns Posted on Mount Lo.vlchen Ger- T$ans.Foi;lifyPola. , HOME, Oct. 2. According to iv Urlndlsl dispatch to the Corrlcro dclla SVrn',' the Anglo-French fle...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 2 October 1914

EVENING- LEDGERPHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1914 Undertakers lead indiana parade for disease prevention Docbrs' Banner Reads, "It's Hrd On Us, But We're fa It," as Hoosiers Cele Vale Health Day. Nbt.WAI'OLIS. Oct. 2. Dlfoaso was Slvrj Hip unklnilrst cut of all today wlitt the lonR procession In cclcliratlon ( Indiana's novel "disease prevention da" wound through tlio city streets. Heien'.ecn unfln takers, clad like cru s.rcm'i and bearlii linniictn with the In scriptioii. "Disease t'revrnlloti t'rti rtfjr-r". headed tlic parade. fjlAi.tse received even a severer Jolt hen the float ot the Indiana Medical eddrty hove In elRht. It consisted of ldretor'A olllce, deecrted save for the fje'ted medical man, who sat looking t" c alqn benrlhB the word, "It's Hard da Us, But We're. For It." Krory city In Indlanu celebrated "IJls- easn Prevention Day" today the first eelenratlon of Its kind In history. B4 ilea, was conceived by tno Anti- ruterculoslB Society, fostered by the Stdfrt Ilnurd ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 2 October 1914

6 EVENING LEDGEB PHILADELPHIA. FBIDAY, OOTOBEB 2, 1914. Jr, GERMAN VIOLENCE NOT WANTON, SAYS AMERICAN IN DIARY Bicyclist, Following Armies' Trail, Minimizes Reports of Atrocities Captured by Both Sides. KING GEORGE BIDS TROOPS FROM INDIA GODSPEED IN BATTLE Child Bun Sown by Auto Valtr Syken, S years old. of 31 HriiiKhut street, Germantown, was run down by a motor tar at Germantown ave nue and School lane, but not seriously hurt IU Js in the Germantown Hos pital Ihe ariient orrUrred ja?t night Oft-j Jl Ka'j-r, the d-lver of tho rnnfr car, aj oi'jrrd tMay before Mag's v-ai r-r-K ana he'a Ja fWO tad await ts res-i't cX tha chlUj lajjrl-s. NEW YOllK, Oct. I.-LIrIU Upon tho luestlon of the treatment by thn German troops of prisoners nnil Inhabitants of sonquorecl territory In the Kiironenn war 8 presented In the tllnry of Arlluir M. SweotBer, of Boiton, ri young American newspaperman who has been Investigate 'ng eniidltlon.'! In the Held of war on hid own Inltlntho mill from n standpoint...

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