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

IT r THE Smmigrntion Officials Finally Ferret Him Out of Iiocker. 1 ImmlBratloii oftlclnls, reinforced by of tlctrs of tlia Norwcslan steamship Stlu jiesota, this mornliiK were compelled to rearoh two hours before they found a Chinese stowaway on the ship. Since his capture, the Mongolian haa refused to answer questions asked him by a Chinese Intel perter. Suspected of knowing how the stowaway got on board the vessel, Frank Nolen, a mess boy, was taken In custody to nwalt a further Investigation Both are now confined In the Detention House at Gloucester. Captain Evensen, of tjie Minnesota, reported to the Federal ottlciajs that he discovered tho Chi'nebo on board his ship on October 1, two days after leaving Fort Antonio, Jamaica, with a cargo of fruit. When he ordered the stowaway brought Into his cabin, he was told the wan could not be found. Fearing the man had dropped overboard, an Im mediate search was ordered. Men were ntatloned at all exits and the searching party descended I...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 6 October 1914

iftBMip in immmmmmmmmmmmmim IJESS.- Si -g.' - . -- J- ... . wa'-XCTmPM ;B"""W"1?' r i -wwr'? N tf i 1 -. ALLIES RUSH AID TO LEFT, Tfcnnllnnetl from rM I Ncthe, aghlnet which the German r n'tlncks have failed. r -Advances by the German right win, tinder command of General Alexander vbn Klult, have compelled the Allies to S-ush heavy reinforcements to their left 'flank. It la reported that a part of the Brit ish forces, probably the Indian troops, Jim been sent to strengthen the French line extending from Hoye to Dotinl. J Fighting along the mighty battle front has taken on a new Intensity "with both sides striving to hold the 'offensive at various points, notably on the northwestern end, where French counter attacks were repulsed by the .Germans and the advanced lines of the Vrench were compelled to fall back about Ave miles. It officially Is announced this morn rng that at no point has the Allies' left been penetrated. The general Hanking movement continue to bo extended .'northward...

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. — 6 October 1914

' EfVMNIttG MJDGEB PHrBADBEPHIA". TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 191.' PKQHplISTSAND PROGRESSIVES JOIN FORCES IN DELAWARE "Drys" Offer No Ticket and Will Support New Party Candidates Because of Stand Against Liquor. WILMINGTON. Dot.. Oct. 6.-NeW Castle County prohibitionists have Indorsed the Progressive party candidates and their names will appear on both party tickets. Tho Prohibitionists, who wilt have no ticket of their own, have accepted the Progressive nominees because that party Jibb pledged Itself to State-wide prohibi tion In Delaware. It Is nulte evident that all of the tem perance ndvocatos do not Intend to vote the Progressive ticket, for the Anti-Saloon League and oilier "dry" organizations are sending out letters to the candidate; of the other parties, asking them to tato their attttudo on prohibition bo that members of the old, parties may vote for men on their own ticket who favor pro hibition. The "drys" Intend to figure prominently In this campaign. The Ministerial Union In W...

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

OiaZffleaMEr- Wmm ammimfimmmSmS ,T""5eejprS( IA I I 0 EVENING LEIXER-PHILAPELPHIA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1014- VOLUNTEER FIREMEN, WITH "NEPTUNE," OFF TO CONVENTION AT HARRISBURQ FIRE LADS OF OLD OFF ON A TOUR WITH GOOD OLD "NEPTUNE' Silver-trimmed Hose Cart 'Accompanies Famous Red shirted Volunteers to Har risburg Convention. f Fin MS tJrncKlnjr their prized hand engine "Neptune," a r-llc of former days, and wearlni: the far-famed red shirts and original firemen's hots of the volunteer days, 23 sray-hnlred members of the old hose companies left the city at 10 o'clock this mornlnp to talec part In the State Firemen's convention at Harrlsminr. Most of the men are not less than CO years old, hlle several are around SO. eforc their departure the men were re- Tlawed at the Volunteer Firemen's Asso ciation headquarters, S03 Duttomvood treet, by former Mayor William B. Smith, of Thlladrlphla, who Is president o( the association. Colonel Smith deliv ered an Inspiring nddress. Headed by a band...

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. — 6 October 1914

NING LliiD'yEll-pffiLADELIHiX"'TUEtSl)At', OCTAbER 6, 1914. t Tfi-njKirnfHT dEftnK)ii mm SEIZURE r MAN ISLANDS ,pSES U.S. ANXIETY i (Complications May Ensue, as Government Would Op- pose Giving Mikado Coal ing Station in Pacific. Washington, oct. 6.-The seizure of the Oermnti base In the Marshall Islands by tho Japanese, while unconfirmed by pftlclal despatches, t today caused Govern ment ofTlclals here considerable anxiety, furlng the week which elapsed between the sending of the Japanese ultimatum to Germany and the actual declar'atlon of war between these two countries, Japan promised the United States that It would pontine operations to the China Sea. This Information was conveedto Secretary pryan by Ambassador Chlncla In tho form t an official communication from Toklo. Yesterday, It wns said, Japan seized the perman base In the Marshall Islands, thus violating her previous promises to this Government. Should tho Japancso Insist on holding tho Islands after the ar Is over, the e...

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. — 6 October 1914

j' EVENING LEDGEJPHILADBLPHTA'; 'TUESDAY OCTOBER 6V 1014. ,.lll',H 1 iti LEDGER PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY ctntis ii. k c-uivris. fitMinrNT. Ge. vt. Och. Secretary; John C. Msrtln, Treafmrer: Charle lr. Ltirtlnicton. I'hlllp S Collins. John H. WIN llymt. Director. KDITOnlAtj IIOAIID: Crcs II. K. Cirri. ChAlrmnn. T. II. WIIALCT Executive K1ltor JOHU C. MATtTlN OenerM Undine Manager Published rlnlly at Pi nuc l.r.rorit HiilMIng, Independence Square Philadelphia. Lrrto Centra. ltroatl ami Chestnut Street ATMNTtc City I'rm-Vnlon llullillnic Jjrw Yornt.i 170-A Metropolitan Tower (uiC4no.,.,t. 817 Hnme Imurant Ilulldlnc LONDON. ,.,., 8 Waterloo Place, Tall Mall, S. Y. vr.tvs tii'imAiva. IlUnunt-tn nrnr.AU The rorHot HutMIng l-"ixnToc lliiuu The rt nullillnR !!.l0.Ve nc" The Timet TlulMIng ?' HjnMC (!0 Frlwlrlchntraoee I.ondon Bcmt 2 Vail .Mall Kaat. 8. W. I'AMt 13c beau 8J Hue Louis Is Uranil swtischiptio.n TrnMs By carrier. Daii.t Om.t, eix renin, lly mall, postpaid eutelde of Philadelphia, e...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 6 October 1914

EVENING LEDGBE PHILADIlltPHtA, TUESDAYt OCTOBER 6,. 1014. rrr r--rr -r -' - - A iS00IAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT "' PHILADELPHIA MRS. STANLEY GRISWOLD FLAGG, JR. Mrs. Flagg entertained at a bridge luncheon yesterday, at her tonic In Villanova. Mr. and Mrs. Flag? will move into their town house, 1723 Spruce street, the latter part of the month. AT T TUB tea which Frederick L. Bally will give nt his country sent, Cloverton, on Lancaster pllte, Ardmore, on SaturJay after noon, October 17, from 4:30 until 7 o'clock, to Introduce Ills daughter. Miss Edith II, Bally, Miss lJally will he assisted In receiving by Miss Jean N'ewbold Thompson, Mis. Elsa Heath, Miss Virginia Roberts, Miss Mary B. Cla)ton, Miss Charlotte Harding Brown, Miss Lucia A. Warden, Miss Hansel! French Earle. Miss l.oulso Davis, Miss Mary Wood Bally, Miss Christine Nowhnll Clark, Miss Margaret Corllcs and Miss Clarke. Miss Theodate It Bally and Mrs. Theodore Mitchell Hastings, elatcrs of Mis? Bally, will receive, and with them...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 6 October 1914

TiWf ipiiL iiiiiiiiiiipy(uiiipij, 10 " J . EVENING, LEDaER-PHILADELPHJA, TUESDAY. QrCTOBEB G .3.1- ,. .. Jpgs WHAT EVERYWOMAN WANTS 1 TO "KTOWz:raWGSTlAT INTSTMAIDANDJIMM Evening ledger-Philadelphia, Tuesday, octobeb Qi.ioii: ELLEN ADAIR SEES NEW SIDE OF LIFE IN LODGING HOUSE J PLUSH FOR MUFFS AND HATS HOLDS ENVIABLE PLACE Material Has Forced Its Way to Favor Through the Ranks of Velvet, Silk and Satin. We have become accustomed to the muff that Is embellished by ruffles, velvet, satin or chiffon. Tho muff Hint in made by com HINTS TOWARD THE HOME BEAUTIFUL Cl Ti ft 1. T T t one meditates upon tnej Strange Breakfast Atmos-; phere So Prevalent in j Many Boarding Places ' v .If II r ' f t f-r 1 if r 1 XX. Life In a lodging house Is very strange To mo. It FPt'iilR ns If It were n stage fctid "nil the men nnd woinin mcrch player?." Yet, too, their acting sttlkes a, B'nulno note. The brcnkfnst tnble Is the testing place I think. The purest gold nlone com chastened from Its flre3 Wild snn...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 6 October 1914

, b ESVENIHO LlSPGrBK-PHIfrADEIPHIA', TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6, SDl. r r-w mii t--i ,p - LDREN'S corner f, Makes J hi L' I?. . mfniiin?in..iij mmiinMisliM. "f ty : Bs3srV$gU 'tk to' J 9 TRACKS rrr.rorjn WALKER WAGON FACTORY ZQX STREET ss WHAT MAKES A BOY I wonder If' thorp wns a boy Thoy naver had to spank t Who neverhad 'to hold rlj-ht In, Who'heVer played a prank; Who never said a saucy word, Who nover played In mud! Who ate Just .what the table held 'Ami said It tasted .good; Who tinned close home and plated, be cause That was his ,placo to play, And though the boys Invited him, Would never go away; Who was not angry all day long, No. matter what was said; And was all ready when the time Had come to go to bed I Perhaps If I could be like that, I never would annoy; Hut If I never once was spanked They'd say "He's not a boy." Malcolm Sanders Johnston. & Ss H WAGON Mcron---- PRESENT E IZ b r MQHT OF- WAV " ' X 777T7pr I " ' . o J 1 1 II 1 1 M NINETEENTH STREET rx PRESENT -t Osrvi ws3E...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 6 October 1914

wmin" "mmr"' '- im'Amf- fWHBWIBW.lWPWOw "" ''TlW''i'"M''r'&lv-E,r I h M m I E I r I ft. i ! I I ' r r 1 4. a p PI ; m EDDIE COLLINS TO WRITE FIRST PENNANTS NO NOVELTY TO STALLINGS' CHAMPIONS 'Mitchell and Evors, However, Arc Only Members of Braves' , Club Who Have Previously Been on Major League Winner Boston Leader Confident qf Success.. Though .tohnny Kvcrs la the only mem ber of the Boston Droves who hns had "world's series experience, the matter of winning pennants Is by no means a nov elty to suitings' men. But the winning days of the present Boston club have teen confined largely. In fact, almost exclusively, to the minors. With the exception of Evers, who wns on Chance's winning Cub machine In 1000, 1907, 190S and 1910, there Is only one man on the new National League championship team who win In a major league victory. This man Is Fred Mitchell. Back In the early days of the Ameilcan league, uhen the young organization Was struggllnefor Its very existence, Fred Mitchell ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 6 October 1914

ViNpfdAL MPllOVMIUtlT IN THE MONETARY SITUATION REFLECTS STRENGTH Better Position of the Banks, Influenced Largely by Gold Pool Operation, Helps Maintain Confidence The most Importnnt favornble develop ment In the domcHtlc monetnry sltuntlon, reflected In Inst Saturday's hnnlt state ment, Is tho fact Hint tho prnctlco of money honrdlnB. which linn hern rhnrstd sgalnut tho Individuals and Institutions In some of the Interior sections, Is abat ing:. This deduction Is based tin the fact tlmt, although the N'ew Yorlc bnnlo elncc the beginning rtf September have exported practically JO.OCO.O'W In sold to Canada, to ho precise ?25,!112,G2I, the tmnlts and nssoclntcfl In the New York clearing houses hnvo been able to reduce the de ficit below the legal surplus reserve re quirements about 130,000,000 or from $47, 000,000 or thereabouts to. $17,080,630, The total reduction of loans of the clearing institutions last week wan $?t,090,S0Q. The .banks now hold, In comparison with n surplus reser...

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. — 6 October 1914

-&"&& r-nwhiyy -4y 'r i WMaMMpMAH N 1 6 H T LED NIGHT extrh A 1 KA ' : H t i ? f $ K ta i w4 f- - i! "k.i VOL. 1 NO. 'JO CUT AUTOS' SPEED HEAR THE SCHOOLS, : TEACHER SUGGESTS Miss Yerkes Writes Mayor That This Traffic Rule Would Save Lives of Many Children. Miss Helen K Yerkes, principal nf Hie Walton School, JSth nnd Huntingdon streets, hns sent i letter to Mntur Hl.ink- enburg suggesting the enactment of legis lation requiring nil vehicles to move slow ly In the neighborhood of school build ings. Miss Yerkm was promlnmth Identified with the "safety llrFt" carnival h"ld last neck In Conpiitlon Hull under the aus plcee of the Home nml School League Her action In writing to the tlt s chief executive wa prompted by the freiiuent accidents ocei.rrlng while the taniKal ' Was In prosri. and by nn Incident I which she witnessed In the neighborhood of her sehoul last ThurMl.u. Charles Galhrlcht, n pupil at the Wal ton School, was croslng the street A delivery mot ir truck was n...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 7 October 1914

p ' ,iiUif iiiinium' 'I if 'in NIGHT la A I II M NIGHT Em I lift EVENING 1j Jbi jj ij ji n PRICE ONE CENT PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1914. VOL. I NO. 21 Cort!OtIT, 1914, Bt TUB TCBtlO LlDdES C0MP4NT. i ALLIES GIVE WAY BEFORE ASSAULT OF FLANKING FOE Left Wing Is forced Force Threatens Armies' Lines Along the Coast. Enveloping Maneuver by Von Boehn's Columns Is Success, According to Berlin Statement Paris Announce ment Says Front Remains Unbroken. PARIS, Oct. 7. The Germans' attempt to outflank the Allien on the left continued unchecked. Try ns they will, tho French and Brit ish columns have been unable to clfcck the (Jermau offensive In tho northwest. They have been compelled to give way further In the neighborhood - Douai nnd have fallen back to the neighbor hood of Lens. The fighting now continues with tho greatest violence, according to the lat est official reports, all along the north nnd south fronts, extending from tho vicinity of Complcgne nearly to the Belgian -borde...

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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. — 7 October 1914

Tc4 "?" '-rW'Wi''lPjM ." t J t !'. '. r if 9. : l,i DEHMRE WOMEN WORKING TO MAKE WHOLE STATE "DRY" yv. C. T. U. Speakers at Georgetown Convention AI ..Confident of Spreading the No-license Area. GEORGETOWN,- Del.. Oct. 7.-Wlth an excellent attendance of enthusiastic 'iv omen : thd nmiuflt convention of tho Etnto W. C. 'J?.1 V opened here today. acnaiuns win ue r.om tomorrow itnu iti day. The sessions today wero marked by a. number of speeches, all of which were Interesting. All the speakers seemed confident that nil Delaware would soon bo "dry." Mrs. Lena Messlck, tho State presi dent, presided, and the noonday prajer meeting was conducted by Mrs. Emma M. Caulk. The morning session was j largely devoted to placing the delegates In tho homes which had been provided for them and In getting the convention Into working order. Tho afternoon schedule provided for tho reception of delegates by Mrs. Mar garet Houston, a greeting from the Rev. J. D. Colona, pastor of the Georgetown M. n. Chu...

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

EVENIHC LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1914, r HAPPENINGS OF THE DAY AT HOME AND ABROAD. TOLD BY THE LENS OF THE CAMERA ifMl n ' ' mil i in i ...-,- , , . ii, ' " - ""I ; nmmwrnrm '?r"MgpmwwrM m:M, m mimmmmm?mmmwmmym 4mMmMmM& & ymm8&&&sfr :mm Ll "MADE IN AMERICA" LABEL AND ITS CREATOR Effie Griffin, of 2625 North Thir teenth street, is the designer of a label to advertise and designate American-made goods. The label represents the Spirit of Commerce driving the trade of the world to America, Mrs. Griffin has made ap plication for copyright of her design. the the l nnnar ninfu. ! ..? f XT" .t. i .w uf.j.w Mv.fcuc ia a view 01 iNintn sireet. looifincr north ahntunn -i ,1..K1- -. r r- ;.r ...... . . -. . . left, shows Miss Emma Connell. She entered the line on a bet and held her Place al nLht The n!c,r, i7 H , "Tu.uT t0 SpfUCC Street' Thc lower Pictur. n long night hours by playing card, The lower rihtT"h MO'b?, whodgptace fomstlok X. " midnight' " " tto...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 7 October 1914

Vfcke the v f Cfn J I' .Ou nup' It' J1E. J'On 1 -4 hU3 J'.aor mi SLY. re r t I t 1 ALLIES GIVE WAY BEFORE ASSAULT OF FLANKING FOE Continued from Tare One Allies lb regain the territory hereto fore sacrificed to tho Germans for strategic reasons. But It Is under stood horo that a now movement against tho extreme right of the Ger man centre is now progressing rapidly, and, when completed, will materially chaneg tho entire situation and glvo the Allies a distinct advantage. The. troops hnvo been greatly cheered by tho congratulatory message of Pres ident Polncare, who Is highly elated at tho magnificent spirit of tho French and their British allies, The end of the great battle of the Alsne, which began on September 12 and has been raging for 25 days, Is not yot at hand. In spito of tho constant fighting' and shifting of activities, the main lines of both armies still aro In tact, and tho doughty commander of tho German right, General von Kluk, eeoms determined to follow tho Instruc tio...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 7 October 1914

r CHICAGO TAKES UP PROBLEM OF WINTER ! WORK FOR THE POOR City Marketing Commission Evolves Plan for Reducing Stress Caused by Lack of Employment. CHtCAdO, Oct. 7. Co-operatlntr with various charity orgnnlzntlons, tlio City OJnrlctlne Commission, which has touch ed the problem of the unemployed In Its campaign for municipal markets, has formulated a program for handling the labor problem this winter, and has sent It to the Chamber of Commorco and leading cmployeis of lubor for ap proval. Tho marketing commission suggests that before winter sets In tho city tako a definite stand against being made tho dumping ground of thousands of floaters xvho drift Into Chicago every fall to spend tho winter. It believes that If the city and employers alike announce that residents of Chicago will bo preferred In tho place of men through tho winter months, this movement will bo checked. Big employers aro urged to aid the workers during tho winter months by putting employes on half-pay, Instead of ru...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 7 October 1914

iwmwvMimm6 -i r i if rv ,f wa i- 6 SENATE FILIBUSTERS JGUT TO TWO DAYS IF OWEN'S PLAN WINS Older Members Oppose Change and May Waste Much Time Fighting Time-saving Rule. By BURTON K. STANDISH WASHINGTON. Oct 7-After the end ef the next session of Congress. If nre dltclons of Senator Owen, of Oklnhomn, are futnited, there will be no mote end less debates In the t'nlted States Senate. It will be possible. If the plan of the Oklahoma Senator Is carried out, to nuke . motion nt nny time In the consideration of any bill to bring debate to a close within two days, half the lime remaining after the motion Is carried to be assigned to each side of the argument. For obvious reasons, no fight Is being made at this session to put through any audi radical rule. A number of the older Senators are desperately opposed to nny change and would filibuster against It. Under the present rules, If enough Sen ators got together and continued to talk It would be Impossible for a vote ever to be reached, s...

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

EVENING LEPGEB PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1914, x 0 Scnt .V, .1 in i"i Kill llilMJ)Hlty)v MNCIM MASTERS FIND THE FOX TROT EASIEST FOR PUPILS i JVIore Natural Than Lu Lu I Fado, La Russe, Etc., and Therefore More Likely to 1 Survive. Uv "Which of all the new dances that have cropped Up during the summer will ti danced generally enotiRh to make It worth while for me to bo to somo trouble and expense to learn them?" One of the best dancing teachers In the city was naked this question y one of his fair pnlrohs a day or two ago. "I nm not," she went on, "a very good dancer lcally, you know. Not gooJ enough for It not to be very hard for me to pick up new steps. Last winter 1 ppent hours trying to get the Idea of the 'half and half,' only to find that Just ns I was getting fairly proficient It luul teased to be popular and all my work had Rone for nothing "Now, of nil these strange dnnces with utranger names Lu Lu Fado, Ta-Tao, La Kusse and the like wjileh shall I learn?" "Well,"...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 7 October 1914

" .,Jw y f r m 5Zim? S K.mrj fl ! b - r y Wvi h t ft b thJ tov .,.: Wl -'-TV . SENAp' j&& LEDGER l(M ydKDGVAX COMPANY It K CUJlTlS, rmmniwT. f Btctttttt ; John C Martin. Trfurer: .lidlngton, Philip 8 Collin, John 13. Wll- Vclorw. BDITORIAL, BOAni)! Ctucs I! K Ccnti. Chairman. I. Wll ALKY Kwcntke rMltor ibl'lU C. UtARTlN General niiln Manager Published dally tit Vx.tit.tc I.rwirn Building, Indp?ndncc squire, rhlladplphia Lrvarn CrTnit........... .Broad and Chtnut Strjyta AtMvtic ClTfi. ........ rrei-l7nlon Building New Voiik.. 1T0-A, Metropolitan Tower G)H04no.. 817 Home lnurance Building LoxnoN..., ...... .8 Waterloo riace. Tall Mall, S. W. NEWS HUltEAt'S: Itnnisriciiri nnnRjio The PnfHof Building Wjhhjiiotoi BrnFAO...., The Pot Building Nrw Tonic BcneAU The Time Building Iirnuv ncniuc... 00 FrledrlchstraMo Ijmkjs noKiD 2 Tall Mall Kant, S. W. Paris Bdbead 82 Hue Louis la Grand StJIWCnirTIOM TERM1? B carrier. Dab.t Ontt, rlx cent. By mall. potpn!d mitlde of Philadelphia exce...

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