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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 2 October 1914

1A, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1914. BURNS HOMEAFTER OCCUPANTS FLEE "' Woman, Frightened by "f Stranger's Actions, Leaves House, Which Soon After Is Wrapped in Flames. ' A man, whoe suspicious actions led u ftlrs, Ur-tijamln II. Hebe to tnko licr 10- l..r,rioiith-ohl baby nml with Mrs. 13. V. Den nett, n lotlRer, leave the Itobe homo at CEO H street, l.tiwtitlnle, Is believed by , tho police to have set lire .to the house, which burned to tho ground shortly nftcr ,tjie departure of Its occupants early today. Mr Hebe, whose husband Is employed. nt nlfiht In n downtown bakery, told tho y- iiolice of a iitioer-lonklns man seen prowl- i -i lrw nbout the house after ltcbo went to 'work at 11 o'clock last nli?ht. The nc- ,,,i'"ons of the stransor annoyed her, and with her child nnd Mrs. IJennott she left n the place shortly before midnight. f Hhc hnd been sono barely 3U minutes , 'W)ien Horace Frohmcr. a nelehbor, who tnarhes school at Third and Mllllln ' streets and who was on his way home, told...

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. — 2 October 1914

EpflM mfmmmmn. nmumm mm ism EVENING LlJiDGEll PHILADE: 3NINQ s$isJ LEDGER PUBLIC lEDGER COMPANY OTIlttB f. It CtlRTlfl. PBSSICtKI. ho. TF. OeM. Secretary! John C. Mrtin, Trewr fie H. Hidlneton, Philip 8. Collins, John 13. wi lt. Director. EDITORIATj BOAIlDt Crags II. K. Crans, Chairman. . WHAIiBr.i... .BxecutUeiauer b O. MAriTlN....i...Cenornt Business Manager h..w2.w&WJim is"? cT ..:........ . .... . .paw :Er',r. ?u4Kr. 1 lOKXt 1 1 iM ti M 4t i ii tu'Ai T :.. nnllfllnr too. i ....... .. AintuJirXiii "b. w" on. .... o wnienoo viatc, .. ... - nrsn.n Boniiio TIS,.,v,fc&' nn d nS Yon nuawu iIiHohSriS? ON Btmr 2. Pa" Ma." H. W. U JJUBUU ... t ,... uw m. -- - Mmnr.nirnoN TERMS y carrier. DAlt.T Oslt, ttx cents. By mall, postpa M TW de. or Philadelphia, except wnere "'' '""-, " hAiix unbT. one yrnr, inrei uwii. - ons payabU In advance. f Dell, aooo wAurcrr KETSTWE MAW 8000 CT Address all communication to Evening Ledger. Independence. Square, Philadelphia. rNTBura it thk rtitt'AOM-...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 2 October 1914

G rfl-PHILALLPHlA, miDAY, OUTOBli, k 2, 1914. SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA 1 - -vrA' ml' WSSBSBsKBHm ,: Si's - . tl83K$XS&i ed to their horn on Glenn road, after a ummer spent at Watch Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Oeorgo Maaon Chichester have returned from a two weeks' stay at Atlantis City and are now at 8t. Mary's Farm, their home on Chtlrch road. WTNNEWOOD Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas Beaver Browne returned last week from their wedding trip. Mrs. Browne will be remembered as Miss Mnrocy Curtln, whose marriago took place Inst month In Gloucester, Mass. Mr. nnd Mrs. Grcnvllle Dodge Montgomery wilt not occupy their houso, corner of Aubrey and Penn road, this winter, but are spending their fall and winter with Mrs, Montgomery's father, the Bev. George Pomeroy Allen, at St. Mary's rectory, Ardmorc. MEIUON Mrs. Walter T. Balrd has returned from the Berkshire Hills, and opened Brook noil, her attractive home on Highland avenue. Mr. and Mrs, Frank B. Oft and family, of Latches Ittnc, who spent...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 2 October 1914

rBERJ, 101- IfAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW- THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON : : i 1 v M ADAIR GOES KIMONOS OF SILK AND SOFT WOOLENS NOW VERY POPULAR HINTS TOWARD THE HOME BEAUTIFUL ITAUTOMOBIIM INSTRAMECAR lets Her First Glimpse 'the .Conviviality df a 'ayside Inn, and' Meets a eculiar Couple. EVENING LEDGER-PHIEADELPHIA FRIDAY, XVII. Tn all my life I shall nover forget the entftil evening upon which If learnt the Itact significance bf the phrase, ,',tp so lit on a psrtyl" . . fl had spent ft long and trying day In fho oUVce. and when evening came I felt only wanted peace arid" solitude, But uch were not for mo that night. True to his word, nt 8 o'clock my escort did arrive. Ills coming was hei aided by "strange noises, and a loud, rattllng bump ing sound oer the uneven paving of the slrMt. The music or a rogiiorli suen as 1 the White Star llnor carried broke the I Quiet atlllnoss of the eveltlrc air. I hnve I never heal-d a more appalling melody! Behind my v.inuoWji me I saw a...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 2 October 1914

EVENING tEDGEK PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1914. MENTATION FOR IGS LOST IN ARCTIC tlM EXPEDITION Over Loss Expressed Burt M. McConnell, 10 Organized Teams for kefansson. i lamentation for the do that VII- Imar Btef&nsion took away with him Om A roll o and lot wu written IrMldenta of Nome, Alaska, who knew o&a br name and personal traits. MoConneU. autlior or tne lamen- r,r ort-njnlced tne doe ifami tor tJie- rcson and took two of thm with him he first month of th Stafaruaon ex- Uon. 4 tru preeent aooara ine nonooner and TOirur whan ft doited Up lgttt Ivors from the BteJfanason azplorintr aitlon at Wranirel Island recently. lamentation orer the loos of th dogs laddraiied to the editor of The Nome Jeklr Nucget, which printed the piece plououalr on the editorial page. ratali Jumbo and Hani were the ed dots of the second team," Mc- inell wrote, "but Denby of the first vu mr favorite because or ill nit alas. bauUful coat, and amiable Bnoaltlon. Jumbo, however, prored to Ive ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 2 October 1914

Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm WW man EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1914;. DERIES-IS TALK OF THE TOWN FOOTBALL ATTRACTIONS GALORE TOMORRO ves it looks f ISN'T- PDHAVETO TAKE. A BUSINESS 7RP "TOBircNlNi A WEEK OlS RATHBi SVDDEf ? So.' pHIIIHH ' " '""" ' -.., .. i..i ...,..- , ,.,,...,, ... . i9P I Vl FOR THE '"" j jfcj JJWIF S IF f:' MsL ii oenoun XSJ' i. . r rh'? vvP wir Is il -L -v - I-. yi riuO 3sS? JHEKk I . V U tLUigUUiHH HUN''" Hi' S. ' WHKX. WWIl rTl 7M S C UI ; Ki TX"- VVt i-J amF- j . .jufluW"' r x wwmirmrws$& iH5r -sssbiL s iiluh. i ii i arr i it. ,v mimwuiiaii iv wiHrtKirn o jTi v ijca. V4:r-. ... -' - M NsJj breaks in il PFn'1 .U K WMflZ mfM& s5r XCEfe ON ... ' ,-ZP I &lA-xr2I A'lif A BUMPER. CROP OF THESE. BOGS fee WfS - im-iii. CfTPI nrAV V N .I IIhuiJ I I I ff..K 1 IT' nt , ...USUI mi. at r-vx FIGURES NOT CONCLUSIVE IN JUDGING SERIES CONTENDERS 'Athlcti llctics and Braves Should Ralhcr Than Averages Than Rivals in t There nrc three ways by which some con...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 2 October 1914

mmmimmmi mno i i mmm IP mmmmmmm EVENING LEDGERPHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1014 18 INANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL SITUATION AT HOME AND ABROAD-MARKET frERQ DJUSTMENT OF OUR OREIGN CREDIT HAS unvnnpnnnTmiiimTAlT WJUfll W Oil UHllUH cturn to Normal Conditions JNow Near Trading De mands Still Continue to )hov Improvement. "ie financial markets are near tlic end the abnormal sirnln In International Wit nml this leadjustmcnt, possibly r than any other one thing. If dolus li to stimulate mentor confidence. Ilal Rhipniens of qnld to Canada under dliortion of Hie national Kolil pool Liagois luHc hail n hcnellccnt effect IrNclmnRc retes nml there has eotne Iductlon In thoe In the last few days h foroeoo a an early return to normal. icro ntlll continues a fnlrly active tie- (id for the bfst ecutltlcs of high yield. investment houses nre reporting pood It ns as n remit of the circular tie- llitlons being sent to Individual in- lors The malls nre bringing Inquiries short term notes and customers v...

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

PI'irtwPMiiw' i"1 wwiii injwiwuii'wwfwwui.ijjiLiiMMint.iM? jPIPW NING NIGHT IGHT Ll JEj U vJXj IX XTRA PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1914. PRICE ONE CENT 01). I-NO. 17 rwpjwMip . .iiwi'Mffmiiwini ' r iNMP'wwwiwpiiiiipwiwwy EVE iOO.000 DETENTION 0USET060IHEN GRAB IS EFFECTED i i rr . i e "V Hiding iLreciea oix i euns kgo Deemed Too Cheap For Inclusion in Marble alls Group. land Purchase Scheme Contem- Ipjates Abandonment of Struc ture Admirable in Its Appoint ments. ! Thd House of Detention, nt 22d ami t-rch atreots, a building not yet six years Md, which cost nearly $200,000, will bo Abandoned without a quntm It the Mu nicipal Court'? nddltlonul land grab of a city block bounded by 20th and 21st streets, nnce and Vine streets, Is ap proved by the Penrose-McNIchol-con- Itrollcd Councils. Besides the $1.000.0uO group of 'maible halls" the Municipal Court worths a J2O0.0OO House of Dcton- Jln.icticniiy new, wouni mane u 5r showing this is saici 10 account tfor the disparaging attitu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 3 October 1914

MMMl VENI NIGHT lai I If ft VOL. I NO. 38 PIirLADJSLPIIIA, SATUItDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1914. PRICE ONE OJDNTj NIHT TP EXTRA A-J T JT'TIT'TI LAST WILD EFFORT TODAY TO LINE UP PENROSE-RUM VOTE Every Liquor Dealer in City Ordered to Get His Friends to Register to "Protect His Income." "Near Throats" From Broworics for Rank and File in McNichoI's Tenderloin, Where Saloon IVion Have Not Been Working Hard. The allied liquor Interests and Pen-rose-McNIchol-Vnre machine nro making today their last attempt to bolster up the tottering machine thnt will flsht against antl-llquor legislation In Penn sylvania. With liquor dealers anil brew ers, and with Republican Oi sanitation henchmen at the hejm, the organization that has fattened under the spoils sys tem Is making a tremendous effort to bring out n large registration. The Retail Liquor Dealers' Association yesterday made Its last prcllmlnaiy ar rangements for today. It srnt letters to every liquor dealer In Philadelphia, uig Infr them to get tholr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 3 October 1914

EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1914, t! Tf LE OF CRACOW RAGES AS RUSSIAN HOSTS HAMMER AT IRON GATEWAY TO BERLIN Em LJl i hi v.mi; has caused mucli tj lit following the optmls- . tit ) 'crfji enrllr" In the week. Tills flanking movement hn met n Lrong unexpected obstacle lit a heavy Ice of Germans, who apparently have jtjJown from Southern Belgium, phard flghttiiG Is In progress be tween tho French and tho Invaders nround Dotml, 15 miles northeast of Arras. French military men In Paris ex pressed confidence todny that tho en veloping movement eventually would bo successful. Tho French army of ther north now Is within 25 miles of tho Belgian border and Is a constant menace to General von Klttk'a lino of communications. Tho ofTlelnl statement. Issued by tho War Ofllco late last night, says tho French have made progress in tho re glon around Albert, but wero com pelled to fall back from Arras, (Albert Is about 21 miles southwest of Arras and approximately the same dis...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 3 October 1914

W1.WJUMWrtLV.,MIl)iWPi)i' tlMiWJiiMiTiiiwiitiiiiiitjguiMJttiw.iL i , j "w.wiWij MPHflHWftlM yuapaynfiuM- jwj IVENING L'BDaER-PHIL'ABEEPHlA, SATURDAY, OCTOBEE 3, T0I2, ( s REGISTRATION LIGHT IE EARLY HOURS, BUT RUSH LATER LIKELY Party Leaders Estimate That Fewer Than 40,000 Went to Polls by 10 o'Clock Re cess Last Day to Qualify. Penrose Henchmen, Armed With Lists, Trying to Herd Voters in Every District Nearly 200, 000 Eligibles Had Not Regis tered When Polls Opened Today. Despite f i antic efforts of tho I'oliroso lleutrnnnts nnd the liquor men, rcRlatru tlon th ft mnrnlns was fairly llsht. l'urtj1 leiulure nt noon estimated that fewer than Ift.ono had quullllixl to voto at tlic Novrmticr election before the polls closed for a recess at 10 o'clock tills morning. Indications are. however, thnt the to tnl registration today will lie InrKC, ns every political organisation Is matting a sllotiB effort to get the citizens to tho poils to register, Itcpulillcnn Organlza Umii waul liuHscs,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 3 October 1914

ivm iwswt" -.Minimum" )' iPPWv-rtWW! ,imnw7' 1 1 1 mnuiip EVENING I,DQ-BB-P,BtIliArlDLlPHIA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1914, -Ai OXi Splds its 'Warped oMrror ( LLLxi QJlldhslz to a ?apin6 dope- CHAS.SPRGUE VJ QJ THEATRICAL BAEDEKER FIRST NIGHT. ADELPHt "The Truth." revival of Clyde men's corneas', tvlin arace ueorge in tno title rote. LYRIC "Passing Show of 1914," third an nual revue from the New York Winter Garden, with George Monroe a comedlanln cnier. WALNUT "The Ilound Up," return of (he. drama of wild western life, with Shep Camp as "sum Hoover, me immonai rai man. CONTINUING. ARAnRMV DP MUSIC "PaMrln." rnnvlnr. picture drama, by Gabrlelle D'Annumlo, of me mira century u. i. BROAD "Lrnlv Windermere's Fan." Revival of Oscar Wllde'e satire. Margaret Anglln aa the fascinating Mrs. Erlynne. Beautl tuny singea, nrtiuicany presenten. CHE3TNUT STREET OPERA HOUSE "P. late'a Daughter," miracle play, by Francis i. Kcnxei. FORREST "Chin-Chin." musical fantasy with mtisle by Ivan Caryll. Marvel...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 3 October 1914

-"" wwNj ' g ' mKn'SSmv if. f niwmwpii wpiiWWIWBIpWflWgltWPl! Zi&Z . EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1014. ?? LO! THE STAGE 39 DO ACTRESES WEEP EEAIi TEARS P Many Actors succeed by lnushtnfr, ns witness George Monroe. Others succeed by weeping. This Is true especially of itomo of the great emotional artistes. Sarah Bernhardt lias literally turned tears lo gold on the stage. Olga Ncthcrsole dis seminated a salty ozone ,odor through theatres by the prodigious flow of her lachrymal glands. Tho latest great suc cess as ft weeper on the stags Is Florence Tteed, who will appear at tho Oarrlclc Theatro October 13 In "The Yellow Ticket." Miss Itced weeps copiously. Sho can shed genuine tears nt will. "A really great actress," declares Miss Heed, "ought to be nble to throw herself Into a spasmodic emotional stato at a given cue. Sim should be nblo to burst Into sobs at the sight of a pinto of strawberry Ice cream If necessary." During tho run of "The Yellow Ticket" In N...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 3 October 1914

&&&&&&&'' 6 EVENING LEDGEE PHILADELPHIA, SATUEDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1914. so "DICK" QUAY RESENTS WASHINGTON PARTY BETRAYAL OF FLINN Indorsement of McCormick Denounced as Cowardly Abandonment of Progres sive Cause at Behest of Boss. Denounclrm the Indorsement of Vance C. McCormick ns candidate for Gover nor by tlio rilnn-bosEcd Washington Tarty State CummlMte ns a cowardly betrayal of tile Progressive cause, and prophesjInR that out of the ashes of Washington t'ntt turn of November 3 ft III nrlsc n now political condition In Pennsylvania, nlchard R. Quay, of Pitts Lurgh, at a number ot conferences w"iui Philadelphia TioKrcarlc leaders this morntiiK laid the plans for freeing the Washington Purtj fiom the domination of Its present bosses "The onlv light In Pcnnslnnla to day," Mr Qun dr-eliuod, "Is between Congressman A Mitchell Palmer and Sen ator Penrose Mr PlnchoCs ote will bo an cntlrolv negligible quantltj. The rc.i son for this is the trading mid denllnrr in...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 3 October 1914

mmmmmsm HKapWBP"1! EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPniA", SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1915. prf t V 'CHURCHES OF CITY UNITE IN MIGHTY . PRAYER FOR PEACE Leaders of All Denomina tions and Kinds of Reli gious Societies Will Fulfill President Wilson's Request Tomorrow. As with one mighty voire, the church peoplo of Philadelphia will unlto tomor row In prayers to Almighty Ood for tho restoration of licaco In litirope, In com pliance with tho request of 1'icsldenl Wilton Hint the people of tho entire na tion Join In supplication to Ood In their places of worship on thai diiv, hhIiIiik thut Ho will llml n way "where men see nono" for bringing the horrible conflict to nn end. God-fearlnK people of every denomina tion will unite In the services of prayer. In tho (synagogues, In tho Catholic and v riotestant chuclies anil In the auilt- torlums of all hinds of Christian and irtllsloiis organizations tho piayeia will )bo offered. And In almost every chinch f or synagogue theio will bo special service ' with p...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 3 October 1914

Ml .v- v MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMfcj SSSSSSSSSISSSSSSSSSSSSSSSBtte. .EVENING sMlia LEDGER . TUBL1G liEDGEH COMPANY CYllUS II. K. CUHTIS. Pnr.sitirT. iGeo. W. Och. Pfcrctnryi John C. .Mrtln. Trpnuurfr; Chrle II. Lmllngion, Philip a. Collin. John U. Wit llamn. Director. EDITOUIAI. ItOAHDt Ctr.L'8 It. K. CtinTls. Chnlrmnn. KJ1. tVH.Vt.UV u L. LL. Kwuth e rMltnr I JOHN C. MAItTIN rjon'rnl ItiiflntKii Mutineer rubllncl dully, exctia Kun.lav. nt t'rnt.lc I.mxieii nulldlns, Imlepemlenni iivnro. Phl'Milelphln. I.rennn f'KVTnit. ttrnail rtn.l OheMnut Streets ATMNTIo Cut.... ('I'M" Vii lo llulldlnu ' Nrw Vouk 1T0.A. Mrtronrtlltnn Tower . lw::::.7:.7.vv news iicnu.VfS! mnniKBcnn IirniMu.' .'.'.. Th ivtirioi tiuiMln l&JWX.'JVt RV8,'I!p,?ii: :; :::: ' Pali' jisVn&t.W" Pima Uukejiu 32 Hue Loul la UranJ si"n?citltTi(N Tt:itMs Pv carrier. iJut.T Ovi.r. nlxecnis. ttv mull. pntti.il.l Mt!,V nf IMillmlelnhln. cxcrKt wherp fnrelBn tinMUKO M required. Dm.? Ntr. on- month. nwim-rive eem. Dut.t o.Ni.Y...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 3 October 1914

," EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, XOlg. w 9 Tfr ?r SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA MRS. EDWARD B. CASSATT .Mrs. Cassatt and her husband, Mujor pissntt, will entertain today on their coach and at luncheon at the Whiteinarsh Rnco Meet, Erdcnhcim. THE Plays and Flayers' Club has decided to hold Its club night this your In the begin ning of the season rather t.ian the end. It lias been planned to give "Tho Doctor's Di lemma," a satire on physicians, by Bernard Shaw, on the nights of October 17 nnd IS, nt tho Little Theatre, on Do Luncey place near Seventeenth street. Members of tho club will net for tho other club members and their friends, and In order that all may see t.io peiformanco two nights huvc been chosen. Those who will take tho principal parts In "The Doctor's Dllrinma" will be Mrs. W. 1'oike Stevenson, as Mrs. Dubldat; Mr. Dubldat will bo C. Reginald Oatcs; Sir Tntrlck Cullen will be Impersonated by J. Alexnnder Stout, nnd AV. II. Whitney will net th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 3 October 1914

Bmmwifpjpi SnPHIPW wK9 Tfr J J TfTfTfT T 4 Vut i r i t wil f Wat tlnl1 Blo-"2 10 i' "WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST "MAroANDMATRON ELLEN ADAIR HAS A STRANGE MISHAP ON HOMEWARD RIDE She Fails to Appreciate the Mixed Pleasures of Going Out "On a Party," and Has a Long Walk Home. XVIII. The evenlns at flint wayside Inn Is Mill ellve within my memory! "Wo must have looked a strano qtinrtct around that little tabic. First there wn.i "Klddo." fair and fat and n decided 40 Inclined upon tho slightest provocation to bo coy I "Klddo's" strange Rrltnnee rind side Rlanc.es filled me with a vague alarm, too. What would she my neM? What uould she do next? At every gentle pleasantry plio uttered I felt that she h.id o ex celled herself that nothing more astound ing possibly could follow that hut yet It did! Iter senfe of humor was an all-embracing one, nnd stuek at nothing, great or small, upon Its way! The greatest minds scorn nothing, It Is paid, ns trivial perhaps that wil...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 3 October 1914

IfHUtfm i .M,immmtm9m m'"VKtm.jTiiijmQq0,,l$o.0m4 nii wi mijyvgm -' 'Hmj "'EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA', SATURDAY, OOTOBEB 3, 1913, h 11 y r i IRS. HEATH FINDS ROOM FOR BETTERING - MARKETS OF CITY President of National House wives' League Criticises Methods of Buying and Divergence in Prices. If there Is nny one who might be Jtutly named "the mother of our country" It Is Mrs. Jullnn Heath. She Is national presi dent of tho Housewives' league and mote. Mrs. I tenth came here to visit the 1'hllndelnhla markets today and also to take steps toward establishing a branch of the loaKuo In this city, Mrs cllath doesn't believe In receiving neatly Ijncwrltten loports about market conditions on calendared paper. She goes on tho llrltiK line herself without tUBS or feathers and gets to tho root of things. Tills murnliig she was up long beforo 6 o'clock and down at South street's curb stone market. After getting a line on things there, she went to the Second street market, tho Terminal and tho ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 3 October 1914

f I 1 914,1 EVENING DEDGER PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1 I I s it I 'I 12 'I SATURDAY EVEf nt - i .... i I COUJRSE OF HIE I I EUROPEAN WAR Campaigns of the Battling Armies and What Has Been Accomp lished in Another "Week of Strife. The third week of the bntllo of the JAlsne failed to decldo the struggle In f northern France. The Allies' nankins Movements on both wings Increased the laone; battle tine to 160 miles. On tho east rn end tho Germans crossed the Mouse .tat SL Mlhlol, threatening to pierce the JVerdun-Toul forts, but wero unable to Oiold tho advantage. On tha west, CSen teral von Kluk was In Imminent dnnger of ' Ibelng cut oft from the rest of the Ger- 'tnan forces Ilolnforcements enabled him fn VAn Tifa 1lrt tnMrK hut h was forced I further to tho north and had to surrender tome positions In the triangle formed by the Itlvers Olse and A lane There were I910 changes In the centre. Destruction of many villages In the I north and tho determined siege of Ant- . "wrrp n...

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