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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 3 October 1914

"""MVWqpH y. k E Wi mm m. s CHURCHES PENROSE AND LIQUOR ALLIES MENACED BY TEMPERANOE.HOST Superintendent Tope, of Anti-Saloon League, Tells of Vigorous Campaign in Be half of Local Option. TK- i.i-.V. DR. HOM.it a. U.E He is to lead the campaign in nine counties, comprising the Philadelphia District of the Anti-Saloon League, against "rum"-supportcd candidates. There li moro trotiblo coinlns to Sen ator Pentose in his campaign for re election with tlii- support of the llcpigr 'interests. Besides the netloli taken by the ministers of Philadelphia Inst Mon day in approvlnB tho appointment of a. committee from each church to obtain signatures of voters to u platform In which the signers pludKcd themselves not to vote for Tiny candidate for State or national offices who would not come oit In favor of local option, announcement was made this week by the Ilov. Dr. Homer W. Tope, superintendent of the Anti-Saloon League for the Philadelphia district, that his organization plans to conduct ...

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. — 3 October 1914

fc H WORLD'S SERIES IS UPPERMOST THOUGHT IN MINDS OF BASEBALL FANS EXPERIENCE GIVES . MACK'S PITCHERS BIG ADVANTAGE Bender and Plank Have Edge on Tyler, James and Rudolph in All Depart ments of Hurling Game. The main difficulty Iti comparing tlic iAtliletlcs' pitchers with those or the Nor ton Braves Is that It Is Impossible to j predict with ceitnltily which ones will get Into the world's series. Naturally, If the entire squad Is compared. It will bo a useless comparison, as all of the eligible pitchers arc not going to take part. It Stalling' hmlcrs can withstand thu terrific smashing of the Athletics, Tylur, James and Uudolph will be the trio used. Hut If one or more of them meets the fate which the Giants' tossers, Demarce, Tcsroau, Mnniuard and Crandall, met nt the last world's scries at least one of the second-string men will have to be called on. Which one of his looser lights Slalllngs would call on In case of an emergency Is hard to say. lie might do what Connie Mack did la...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 3 October 1914

o EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31914. 15 FINANCIAL ANOTHER WEEK-END SEES FINANCE MARTS IN BETfER CONDITION Fewer Trading Restrictions, Brighter Chances for Freight Raise and Gold Shipments, the Bullish Factors. A weekend report of much encourage ment to the flnnncl'it markets told ot forulgn Inqulriea for American securi ties. It Is understood that New York In vestment hanUcrs hml sold Ions-term lilgh-grade railroad bonds to London In vestors, the latter recognizing the greater stability and more attractive? yields of American tccurltles. Therr tvero no actual sales reported here, but It Is known there have come favorable Inquiries from abroad, Indicating th. bettor general feeling prevalent In the 'foreign markets. iYTradlng locally eased off somewhat to- ; as Is usual at the week-end. In tlirles continued coming Into the brokcr nge odlces but the volume of actual Bales was smaller than yesterday. Traders are expecting more activity to develop In the next week. Th...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 3 October 1914

mwmmmmmmmmmsmssmBBSBBgttmm EVENING LEDGER PRICE OM OBWI VOL. I-xN O. 8 PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, OCTOB.E LI 3, 1014. 3 WORLD SERIES UNITE I WHITEMARSH FOLK "I DID NOT MEAN HARM," PLEADS v COPE IN LETTER WITH CUPID TO WOO BACHELOR OLDRING VIEW RACING BY FINEST OF STEEDS T u b : feMSBSgP fill lllll I mi I.. NI6MT EXTRA T ., .. -I NIGHT EXTRA I I . .. n i urn . i a at " pit .1 4-r & Member of Connie Mack's Athletics Just Couldn't Stay Single for Love and Money. Vrmarrleil rhimplon baseball men arc now In drnrlly ilniigcr Of belnn c.iURht In t'ltpM's upreaillnx nt: "I've ripturcil two," anliounifit today tho bow ami arrow tanser, "Thico tingle men retrain I'll K"'- "em "' CupM, aided !ty assurance of World's Series money, ms cnpluinl another mem ber of Connie Mack's Athletic?. Kuue Oldrlng, who last year bought a farm in South Jersey, much to the mystifica tion of his fellows, has admitted Unit after lm bis aeries la ended ho will marry Miss tlanna Thomas, daughter of Jdr. and Mrs. Cl...

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. — 5 October 1914

EVENING LEDGER VOL. 1-NO. 3D PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 5, 114. PRICE ONE CENT CoprifaiiT, 1014, bi ins FcftLio Lr.no m CourAnr. x NIGHT EXTBfl R iuHT FYTRA I Ml imi i ' A PALMER ACCUSES PENROSE BEFORE ' SENATE PROBERS Asks Privileges and Elec tions Committee to Summon Officials of Liquor Dealers' Assbciation. Charges Largo Contributions in interest of Boss of Machine and Says "Protection" Label is a Blind. (FROM OUR BTArr CORnKM'OMhKST, WASHINGTON, Oct. S.-Rcprescnta-live A. Mitchell Palmer, Democratic nominee for the Senate In Pennsylvania, appeared tills morning before the execu tive session of the Senate Privileges and Elections Commutes and repeated the charges that he hn made in his tpecclica In Pennsylvania of the large expenditures mnde In the primary elec tion In the Intel est of the candidacy of his Republican opponent, Boles Penrose. Mr. Palmer charged that the liquor dealers of Pennsylvania contributed large sums to the campaign of Penrose. He asked the committee to s...

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. — 5 October 1914

gaHMWi E?33 "ST- Jt'w FV ?jr ; r tF-ww tW 2 EVENING EEDGER-PHILADELPHTA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 5, lOld. 1 KAISER wwra j.a. ie, JAJj.XJ TT J. JLJLt.Xti.JLi 1 V-J JLX VU X U JLV. JWJLJU. urand advancing from Tout and Nancy have, forced tho Germans to lift their Blese ot certain of tho Meuso forts. Ali officials here today united In characterising the general situation aa catlsfactory. Tho armies at tho front aro being constantly augmented, whllo It Is 'certain, Judging from wireless messages, Intercepted by the field forces, that for tho present at least tho Germans aro at tho end of their re sources. They have been compelled to send so many troops to the east to hold the Russians that there aro at present no additional troops to reinforce tho western fighting line. Prisoners report an Increase of sick ness In tho German camp, duo to bad food, exposure and tho unsanitary con dition of tho trenches. Their trenches are too deep to make the lifting out of tho dead an easy matter, and in somo c...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 5 October 1914

I 'IS I : " - v - -it:vvV' ?; . . :"- ""TTfjTT"" T ;;gr;' , - Wf-f$M I : ; - ; & 1 IB ' ! iwSbW A ill -liiwiMS""!; ipMyi 1 fH v'VCJU k u bbb iiibb -)k.K-. 7.' ?. :' ; flta k kc " - jw .- ..""i - ---- .,, s-.-- - kvmf-. ,v.- , v irxjM..vau' J r. tit. iwmi. mv 741 it rai z.,r fmp4mmw''' - &&'s&Fr' ,h'm$mKmm fill ,'MtMmMm' .., ..s: t - ttffm? iRi lHt ! -11 1 11 11 1 1 of Red Cross train on bridge of the Marne, in which I ijlH nrecl: I I 'I lwfl l"'iwiiiwMiMi.iMiiiw.iwwwiwwiwwiiii uwtwinnimw"wm Belgian fort pourinc forth deadly missiles in reply to the immense Jamur and Lie?e defenses to a the fort and the location of the battle. MANY THOUSANDS HEED PEACE PRAYER REQUEST Attend Services in Besponse to Presi dent's Proclamation. A nationwide response was given yes terday to President Wilson's peace proc lamation. The President's request that prayers be offeied '.hat divine interven tion might end the ivar In Kurope. was 6byed by many thousands of persons. President Wilson ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 5 October 1914

-2 ftdvn tanl o ofHd oterig adori link , 'cert free, . thai iris s. o mil issi tlltl ti n, me: 1 th xpoi of 3 d de asei rro. JngT on k 'arc i ly of 1 rgonr An4 ty a T e r Iw i ariif si forced overal over is eif 4 f w a n II pri VERSAILLES AGAIN ECHOES WITH TREAD OF MARCHING FEET (Thousands Pass Historic City, Men Under 50, Through Including in Oddly Assorted Uniforms. PA HIS, Oct. & Ancient Versailles, uhich has played Uch a big part In Kuropcan history, has again come Into her own In this Brcat European war. Thousands upon thousands of men have passed through Versailles on their way to tho front, and alrcndy many have an swered their last roll call and others have been sent homo Invalided. Iteccntly the men of over 40 and under SO wore moomzoa, and Versailles was full of pcres do famlllo waiting to march away to that vague, mysterious, unknown land called tho frontier. The effect was a motley one, nnd tho men themselves were as oddly assorted as their clothes; workmen, tradesme...

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

lrFW J' EVENING LBDciBB PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, , OCTOBER 5, 1914. ! 5 1L .DEFEAT OF PENROSE PRESAGED IN LARGE I NON-PARTISAN VOTE Heavy Republican Enrol ment Seems to Spell Split ting of Tickets and Brum baugh Victory. K victory for Or. Mat tin C). Briim haush. Republican gubernatorial cnndl fiatc, and the defeat of Senator Pentose on November 3, nro Indicated by the complete unolllclnl returns for the three fall reslslratloii days of 13U. In addition to n general back-to-tho-Itcpubllcan patty movement, a strong In dependent vote was icslstorcd. Political leaders said today that tho unusually large non-parUsan enrolment nnd the heavy Republican cntolment prcsafjes the plltUnr of tickets by voters of all three parties In favor of Doctor Brumbaugh and A. Mitchell rainier, renrose's Demo eratlc opponent. Approximately 175,000 electors have qualified to vote In November for the eleotion of a United States Senator, a Governor, Congressmen and Stato oftl tere. Of tills number two-thirds on...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 5 October 1914

MHWr?'W"''''"iJ" ' l""Wr " " F"Sg" ! Wmtcroin - - - u ii 'W mm , -, mfWm pQWfliPHW iH)WWWiPijiiij mi iimni'm E.Vi.i.!IUiMi.Wrv ppfiVW imna m havo ffcI filcffe f Jf All f charactXi! eatIsfti4K; are bclHE It Is jf messasE Jg forces, ' GermatL sources! send bo& i the Ruff no nddi i, vresten Prlaol. K r ncss In I, food, erA- dltlon ' are tool of tho f Homo to remo going' pj Frenclu'i. tho army in tho Aral IK BEF Thrcof doubts f i an offlo- today. "Tho . hem anc ,. . t meuiaiOh heen taV circle otfll Inner clit Anotlnji to tho oj of war "Nearj and par Corps, Russian were del battle, d and plerf wero tali That resources indicated landed and that? Lisbon tv -CEUljyU:. tl mlncnt Mob Is behoved tr sponse to a It Is stat Crown Prlfc Russophlle and that ' REY! There IT up Jrrtho Avest of PJ their desj northern jfrnflhi ave y- at s e. It is aero, howq way tnea: by tho Ft points th bio and trenches heir hea hold tho C I mi.- W portant tf army is " lines Is measures ; western To teltttph TU5 v...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 5 October 1914

mMMMmIRSPhHHHHMHH .1 3533 w i .miniums PfflRI EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, OCTOBER S, 1912, H t M MIDDLEMAN NEEDED IN MARKETING CROPS,, DEAN WATTS THINKS Convention of Vegetable ' Growers Here This Week Will Seek to Solve Prob lem of Cheaper Marketing. 8TATB COLLEGE, Pa., Ocl B Cheaper marketing of their crops ts tho biggest problem confronting vegetable growers of this country! and If their association solves this nt the convention In Philadel phia this week, the high cost of living will have been severely jotted, Dean It, l, Wntls, of the Pennsjlvanla Stato Col lege, president of the Vegetable Growcts' Association, declared today, IIo emphati cally protested against the total elimina tion of tho middleman as a remedial menxmc. saving It would be Impossible to feed tin country's millions without the commission merchants' assistance. "What Is tenlly needed by tho vegetablo growers of tho country," added Dean Watts, "Is closer contact with the con sumer. To obtain that end th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 5 October 1914

Ir I' EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1914, F Jl'i EVENING d LEDGER PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY cvnus ir. k. cunns, pumioent. Geo. V, Oehs. 8retry; John C. Martin, Treasurers . CJmrlM II. Ltidlngton, Philip a. Collins, John 13. WIN IUm. Directors, EDITORtAt, IiOAnDi Ctc II. K. Cciitis. Chairman. P. H. WHAtET.. . ... Executive Editor JOHN C. MARTIN General lluslneas Msnsger Published dally at Pcblic I.eihikr Dullrllng, Independence Square. I'hllailelphla. I.motA CtNTnAt Broad and Chestnut Streets ATLANTIC ClTT Prm.llnin rttilMlne Niw Tonic t'O-A, Metropolitan Tower unit-Ann. hi? iiome insurance iiunaine IrfJMHj.t 8 Waterloo Place. Pall Mall, S. W. NEWSBL'IIEAUS: HAaisaonn BrRKAC The VitHflt nulMIng Wasminoton HiBEAU The Post llulldlnir Nriv York ntnitAl' The Times llulldlng IUsmn Bitun ilu fr'rledrichatrasse Lonpon lie Br a i' 2 Pall Mill East. S. W. I'asis licniiu 32 Hue Louis le Urand sunscnirTioN terms By carrier. Daii.t Oni.t, sit cents, lly mall, postpaid outside of Ph...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 5 October 1914

EVEtfltta iEbGER-PHfLADULPHIA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1914. 0 . SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA MRS. W. PHRCT SIMPSON, of Lynedoch, Ovcrbrook, wilt ontertAln a number of this year's debutantes at luncheon tomorrow In honor of Miss Alice Chapman Thompson, dftugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Chapman Thompson. Lawrence Butler, whose marriage to Miss Marie V. M. Madeira will take place on Wed nesday, gave his ushers' dinner on Saturday night at the Huntingdon Valley Co'ntry Club at Noble. The guests Included George W. Elklns, Jr., Louis C Madeira, 3d, George D. Wldener, Charles M, B. Cadwalader, Albert Lawrence Smith, FlU-Eugene Dixon, Henry riatt, Leonard Sibley, rercy C. Madeira, Jr., Hatlowell Vaughan Morgan and Allan Butler. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Ames Ballard and Miss Mary Ballard have Issued Invitations for n large tea to bo given at their home In St. Martin's on Monday afternoon, October 28. from 4 until I o'clock. Coaches will meet trains at St. Mar tin's. A gymkhana and fair will be...

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. — 5 October 1914

. ;" jgs .ggjgga i1 TwgiiK wr5Mil fUKfftiWsWsTswK fWPPR 10 j EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA", MONDAY, QQTftBERJJCOI a-, WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAIDAND MATRON ELLEN ADAIR IS SERENADED BY HER ACQUAINTANCES MODISH NECKWEAR IMPORTANT ITEM IN UP-TO-DATE ATTIRE CHILDREN'S CORNER tThe Disasterous Pleasure Bewildering Array of Col Trip Comes to an End, and She Resolves to Join in Such No More. lars, With Accent on Those That Resemble the Old- i I . , m iSiW I i-mbi ss mamjlt i LMBRSm htX )-d fashioned Stock in Design The accessories of dress are always Im portant, but It Is Impossible to bo XIX. I never .4lmll forgot that long and dreadful midnight walk back to the city and the lodging house! We loft the rem Hants of the borrowed car half In tho hedge, hnlf In the ditch, and nulte n wreck. 1 do not like these curious even Ings spent nt wayside Inn9! Actions speak louder fnr than word"!, and since t have recorded all the actions of the night, t will refrain from und...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 5 October 1914

EtfcSlNG LBDaBR-PHllADErPHIA" HQNDAY, OCTOBER 5, 10t&. 131 t I ' ' J'Jf . -J0J- GIVES AL SOCIETY READERS A SHOCK William Penn Rushes Into Library After Carry ing Hi's Absentmindedness to Verge of Extinction. William Penn, suffering from a singed -itmtenanco and the low of his whiskers, i llnc, smeaied with oil, In a box In 10 basement of the Historical Society t Pennsylvania,! Ho has had on exclt ij! experience, In tho course of which o lost several of his nlno lives, and Is ;ellng gloomy. William Is a sedate gray Manx cat, rhose business li to keen tho rats ami ilce away from the rare volumes In tho brary of the society. Business, how- irer, has been rather poor, owing to io modern construction of tho building, nd consequently William occasionally andcrc off on an ndventuro of his own. e can do this becauso he Is under ilary from tho society, work or play, celvlng butcher's meat twice a day. hose who know William best declare "iat he neither works nor plays. Indeed, Is said ho ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 5 October 1914

fLLJ YENINa IiEDG-BR-PHIIiADBEPHtA', MONDAY, OCTOBER g, Iftlg, --"W ATHLETIC fc.t2fi"" FAMOUS SECOND BASEMEN TO VIE FOR HONORS IN SERIES Collins and Evcrs Meet For First Time in Annual Hascball Classic Collins Has Edge On His Rival In Batting and Base Running "Kddlo" Collins nmt "Johnny" livers, nil their hitters, ate going to have plenty the wlntiris of the Clmlmeis' Itophles for ! of tlouble ncnlnit the kind of pitching KHI, will singe nn Individual buttle In the I world' "erici g.iiie which m 'II be ns keenly wntchctl an the rcMtll of the games Bv winning the iiuttmohllis this ! year on tnc rceomim mint Ion of the "h.il- mers Trophy Committee, theft" stars of the second base position have shown that they are not only two of the world's greatest plnjcrx, but that without them their respective clubs would huVe had n .... ... , , ., , n, ,, dlfllcuH time In w Inula out In the race lor the major league Hne,s. Neltlur the Kinvcs nor the Athletics arc "nnctntm" teams In one ett of the ...

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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. — 5 October 1914

"mw Tm.y' If, hl CROSS CONTINENT AFTER FORTY-TWO DAYS OF CYCLING "Bob" Lr -son ancl "Chris" HtP iIansen' uf New York' Complete ruae r i u m Coney Island to San Fran cisco. NEW YORK, Oct. 6. After a total of 42 actual riding days, the bicycle team of "Hob" Lawson and "Chris" Hansen, mem bers of the Century Ttoad Club Associa tion, has reached San Francisco; Cat., for which point thoy left Coney Island on the afternoon of July 2$. Lawson and Hansen apprised their division last week on their arrival at the Golden Gate on September 29, having covered a dlstanco of 40S0 miles, over alt kinds of roads and Jn all kinds of weather. The partners were held up by rain and accidents for several days, The trip to the Coast was merely for pleasure, but on their return Journey the New York riders will attempt to break the transcontinental blcyclo record of 37 days, which was established In 180K Clarence Carmen, the Jamaica whirl wind, proved his superiority over "Bobby" Wnlthour as n motor-paced r...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 5 October 1914

rr-Yr'w'' w-s'p:wiMiifiiii,tji(1i(i..u4 ''.' LEDGER NIGHT t A I KA n sw v,Fi -- PIIIOE ONE CENT) QIj, 1-iNO. 1!) PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, OCTOBER G, 191d. cartntonT, IBM, rt ins Tcsuo Lkdom CoMrANt. 1" extm 1 Jjj V j IN 1 IN It Co P.. ..,. the .on .Uri the en ccifi plo! th 1' so Kv wn wo Ind, be Ho th Is ad I hit to In do ev of 191 WO th .in de trt ba if wl so 1 Cl th n if. Efl O an: n: ee; o C InG lo P th Ol B" i till Bti on bd tq ov til al nl ol vl ill a njj n RE t Us WAITERS PROSPER DESPITE SORROWS OF THEIR PATRONS O. -, c t scar and Comrades omilc When l ney near 1 aies or ,VT .rr, A r WOC, and IheVAveVjOing ' l i"".,,,. Q1nn!rl Rnll 10 LilVC OplendlU Dull. - tVhu the lirnkers nnd financiers ore lit lunch bewailing the stringency In the money market, keep an oyc on Usca, who Is dancing attendance at the t.iaie with a white napkin draped over Ills arm. It Is .safe to say that Oscar jvlll smile broadly if- he lias, not been long in tho er$c'q.' If he Is a veteran, there will be Ju" a...

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

V 011 HT HT it. Kiwiiiti'lpiifiU'iiiitTirlTiT nfiliiijfi rn.,jffii..iuu-i.ii EVENING LEDGER NIGHT JOBtj VOL.. I NO. 20 PHILADELPHIA, UilSDAT', OCTOJSElt G, 1914. PRICE ONE CENT Coriiuanr, 1814, r tuh Pent to Leixim CoitriNt. OLLED . NIECE iu nave id CoaJ d in P03. ties. 18-year-oii ! 'lom of h; 5" iMt wMk,ll "B to lnforj y uetecv ' I" ft shop ivenue, hai ' a nephew Inst Friday! rderod grL', Cope hu ved 2 f0f lined, x bread wer 'lent. nors, stata rltles failed wooded r. tho crime, 'ng a care. he would urday anil In paselnj the home od a com. hange for which he e fur Iuwd was said opo's trail soon, go would be e, father as ltept ofllco 90 irother If al of tho the ofllco RIEND HANDS ed With nnn and Al fif l HH Insr t f, I 000 fr. oclatli I Into! elver In nnnnfnt- Unltetf, petition yt oan Aa le, cred of $1600, he cred d owns location t know, alleged unable as pro ew mo lUon in a court, before 1 roach kruptcy ed ad e over 23 and ernbei ryvbali bohdJ ortv rMM he hal t J1000.1 ConsuliJ erm...

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

I ! r - syfl r mff'VH wnp; i1 iiiwwBWiiwppifui j i ' 'i inmtotimtm fffw EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA", TUESDAY, OOTOBEti 6, 1914. " -r- -r- lP!-1!(iwMjuu-!w.'tMilf W'-J"JPW' ' 2 , VILLA WITH-AJP. GUARD ON HAHD J FOR PEACE PARLE jj Arrives at Aguascalientca Surrounded by Trusted Re tainers Martial Scene ia Mexican Town. VEGETABLE FOOD URGED BY EXPERT AT FARMERS' SHOW R. L. Watts, President of State College, in Opening Speech, Suggests Means of Lowering Living Cost. DOCTOR BRUMBAUGH URGES STATE'S DUTY TO THE HELPLESS i MRS. GOELET GETS ' FINAL DECREE FROM : THE DIVORCE COURT "CONFIDENTIAL" PENROSE-LIQUOR LETTER PmtByhiuuta JWrattmt of BJuium 5lalrrjQ thti Vj WO ki fin yei mc thfl thl Krl thl dlj fol II th P tl Oil thl - ca P "J s- J. G v h thel r ; 3 trt tri he f Former Miss Elsie Whelen, of This City, Gains Free dom on Same Day That Mrs. A. T. French Has Petition Granted. NEWPOItT. It. I., Oct 3 -Final de crees of divot ie were gr.inUd joatcrttay to Mrs. Hlsle Goelet. the wife nf Hulj...

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