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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 7 October 1914

$ i EVENING TiTOnttBRPHILAPBLgHIA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1912, us. SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA MISS CORDELIA BIDDLE & v Jon.Y.rdumi.n Miss Diddle, who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. DrcxcMliddlc, will be one of the most feted debutantes of the year. She will bo introduced at a tea which will be' given by her parents on November 12. She will also be guest of honor at several balls during the winter. DR. AND MRS. BIDDLE MAItSDEN, of Chestnut Hill, bavo Issued Invitations for o. dinner, to be followed by bridge, next Tues day evening, October 13, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wear. Mr. and Mrs? "Wear are spending the winter with Mrs. Wear's father, William Potter. Mrs. AVIlllam M. Longstreth has Issued In vitations for a luncheon, to bo given at her home at Knox and Penn streets, on Saturday, October 17, to introduco her daughter, Miss Mildred Vincent Longstreth. The tables will be decorated with autumn flowers and a largo number of the debutantes will bo present...

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. — 7 October 1914

11M ftoirjcstieitrii fttiftlM r ULUIIUM ."syiAaa ETmiiaaiaviaavB "" 'Tgfi ' 35g5pSCT5SS5 EVENING LEDGEE PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, - OCTOBER 7, 1914. iff sf HAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON -W , .. 1LLEN ADAIR FINDS TRUE HOSPITALITY AMONG AMERICANS She Sees Less Caution Here bout the Business of Meeting New People Than There Is in England. xxt. The American people as n race strike me ns belns most tally hospitable. I think that they hnvo kindly, Renerous lienrts, nntl Hint their kindliness li ptomptcd In my case, at any rate by quite disinterested motives. They love to cnterMIn, nlid ImVe tllclr incnus come nroimil. "Expecting com pany" Is the first watchword In the American housewife's category. At home. In Knnlnud, we mo slower, much more cautious In the welcoming of folks. We liko to know the whys and wherefores of their unecstry. "Who are the ? Who was their great-Brand' father? What piofcsslon do they follow? Did you say they were In tradi7 Dear!...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 7 October 1914

EVENING LEP&ER-PHILAPEIPHIA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 191, ta: 15 tt r Baseball Fan Eyes Are Turned Toward Shibe Park These Days i BRAYES ARE HERE WAITING EAGERLY FOR FIRST PLAY Stalling' Men Will See Mackmen in Final Game With New York Yankees This Afternoon. u Stalling nnd hlitjhopoful Braves aro In Philadelphia, waltlngr for tho crack of the gun' Friday. This afternoon the en tiro Boston squad will bo prcsont to get a final line on the Athletics' play when the champions close their American League season with tho Yankees at Shlbo Park. With tho exception of Mclnnls, who Is suffering from a couplo of Injured fingers, all the members of tho Athletic club aro In good condition, and, as far as Is known, the Braves aro also In good shape, though they will .bo without tho services of Bed Bmlth. who broko his anklo yesterday In Brooklyn. Speculation Is rlfo among tho fans con cerning Stalllngs' Initial pitching selec tions. Bonder Is the man who Is most likely to begin for the Athletic...

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. — 7 October 1914

ssss Mr '.H'J I MHIwMHwfmygliiiiiMwiii . .in iii 11 11 mm imwi wumwi NIGHT EXTRA VENING L E D GE rv VOL. I NO. 21 PRICE ONE CENT PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1014. CoPtRtani, IBM, r tn Pcwto LtMt Cohnkt. THREE MEN LIVED IN CITY CAVE FITTED DP IN HOUSE STYLE HUMANE WORKERS STIRRED TO WRATH BY GRAFT CHARGE SUPPLIES OF POTASH AND SEEDS REDUCED BY EUROPEAN WAR NIGHT p fci I nil 1 ML . . A U fC f, ai r Fancy Rugs, Hangings and Fine Couches Had Even Applied to Have Gas Installed. An elaborately furnlshe dnpnrtment In a cave at 29th and Clearfield streets has been dismantled by the police, and to day the hole Is being niled In. follow-In? the arrest of three men who occupied the place for two months. Virtually everv comfort of the home had been Installed In the cave, and ap plication had been made to the t O. I for Kns connections. This prisoner nro Ifcnrv Webster, of Boston, the "boss": Charles Anderson, of MM North 3-M street, and Hussell Whalen. who said lit- had no other home bu...

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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. — 7 October 1914

EVENING LFDCtFR iiMn.iJl JKLJr ,J JmLm JKL mf iimrt'iniAArn 1 WUIUU 5 dcnfc SUPPLEMENT JJ PHrLADELPUTA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1&14 CopiKionr, 1914, bt tnn Frotto LEMra Cowrurr. VICTORY FOR ATHLETICS IN WORLD'S SERIES WITH BOSTON NATIONALS PREDICTED BY EDDIE COLLINS WORLD'S SERIES SUPPLEMENT MACK'S METHODS DIFFER GREATLY FROMSTALLINGS Athletics' Leader Does Not Censure His Players, While Braves' Manager Scores Men Often. k&$Trin?AiOTn2 EDDIE COLLINS SAYSATHLETICS WILL TRIUMPfl Mack's Star Declares There Is No Overconfidence in Camp Locals WillJEnter Series in Shape. Weakness and Strength of Brave3 Has Been Discussed at Daily Meertings Held at Shibo Park. By EDDIE COLLINS Becond Daieman, Philadelphia Athletics. Copyright. 1014, by Evenlag ledger. As tlio day draws near for the opening conflict of tlio world series predictions as to tlio outcomo aro being voiced by nearly every ono who is supposed to know anything about baseball at all, and I -will wager I havo been asked tho q...

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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

G2 SENATE F) HUT to: OW Old r " ii ' ?m if . r EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY,, OOTOBEK 7, 191 .. , ;l fc. L. -, , r ... nn - i f i n rm - i ia i in fi in in ii i - i I' - - - - - - . , - - - " i ' I m& MACK'S WORLD'S CHAMPIONS WHO ARE ALSO THE AMERICAN LEAgUEJNNERSTHIS SEASON . - "" . tnaflMiiMnba&p' ssitB .flV lt. li' '"" liiiiilliiili'niifiniiniim .B SS'iSr p,0&tiwwvmu ltSZ SsS&Er ji'"wl'JpisNv W&JSMsM'S1' ' ' il'sJB BENDER Pitcher. DAVIS Inficlder. COLLINS Second Baseman. BAKER Third Baseman. WALSH Outfielder. MURPHY Right Fielder. SCHANG Catcher. PLANK Pitcher. KOPF Inficlder. COOMBS Pitcher. LAPP Catcher. McINNIS First Baseman. BARRY Shortstop. STRUNK Centre Fielder. U H Ici I dl al. .- " -e hi'"'"- THOMAS Captain. SHAWKEY Pitcher. BRESSLER Pitcher. PENNOCK Pitcher. THOMPSON Outfielder, DAVIES Outfielder. yYCKOFF Pitcher, I7 A, McAVOY-Catcher. j. ti . j. . . BUSH-Pitcher L. A' J ,.J ... HHE3 OLDRING Left Fielder. ' " I .1.0, . . 1 IIIk 17 fjf M yjpM...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 7 October 1914

o n -4T -j STALLING'S BOSTON BRAVES, CHALLENGERS FOR HIGHEST HONORS ON AMERICAN BASEBALL DIAMON Kite: '",1 .;'"; 'J r jSC vss, t y:i ' ' : .., m liMXS&visv. -. , ., ; 4 .. W-iLxm xSX; Wfy . x;SEl . . i .;&.; &.&v ::.,-;..-; (v y..,... ..- Ev. I ! i wywv ) - , ' i 1 1 III III " " , . ! m '' " ' ' "" '" ' P i ' n I " I 111 ii ! i ' I mmm iiiii i CAPTAIN JOHNNY EVERS MARANVILLE Infielder. JAMES Pitcher. RUDOLPH Pitcher. ; '' ' ' ' ' "1 " !- "'' I ' Wl-IIH P vCVnn4 v A- - ft rAr .s.'.a www- wm V&. tA a -SV Jt'jj!iv.-'rtw.X. vl " WHITTED Outfielder. CATHER Outfielder. WHALING Catcher. DAVIS Pitcher. DEVORE Outfielder. GILBERT Outfielder. MANN Outfielder. COCHREHAM Pitcher. SMITH Infielder. STRAND Pitcher. MORAN Outfielder. DEAL Infielder. TYLER Pitcher. SCHMIDT Infielder. '41 ft COTTRELL Pitcher, GOWDY Catcher, HESS Pitcher. CONNOLLY Outfielder, MITCHELL Catcher J J, -.i-. CRUTCHER Pitcher. Ml tz3-z: i lBsssismml && 3tp j f - 4 , . Cy ." i 1 . . &J- i

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 7 October 1914

BScroRS t natii ii til ii koliii THE ATHLETICS DEFENDERS ' VENING LEDGER PHTTiATELPIIIA WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEB 7, 1914 OoFiiianT, 1014, i ins Iuuo ttM Cownirr. rmvrvw mav rv-ii t Awr uti nTmmT xrx. Tm v, ' , T . .ttttvt- OTPTDTTPC n A MT7Q -f r'.jjj.YA. lvxi ruJUJLUVV MAISJYIJMN VA&l AiVJLUUlYl UF UN 1 EKES 1 bJtiU WIN UN AJmtUAL,Jtlli OJCiUmo wu.txj .:' Z "" ' ll"1" ' " ' II I .... . mil US r i ftS CONTESTS WILL FILL PARKS TO FDLL CAPACITY Much More EnrMisiasm Over World's Series This Year Than Last Facts About Former Meetings. M it Tvcro possible to ascertain Just how many pcoplo would buy world's series tlckoUi If they could, there Isn't a doubt that the games to bo played between tho Athletics nnd Braves would make a new record. Thero has been a steady genera! increase In tho Interest taken In world' forlos games ever slnco the first onr played in 1903, when Boston took five Games out of eight from Pittsburgh Tho Increase In Interest, which Is shown concretely by the Inrrense In...

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

LEDGER NIGH T EXTRA EVENING NIGHT EXTRA VOL. J-tfO. 22 GERMANS DRIVEN BACK BY VIOLENT ATTACKS OF FOE Kaiser's Flanking Army on Right Forced to Surrender Ground Gained Several Days Ago, French War Office States. Invaders Still Hold St. Mihiel. Battle Line Spreads ier as British Warships Assemble at Ostend to Protect French Coast Ber lin Announces Steady Progress. ffirrr PARIS, Oct. 8. The Allied armies again are on tho offensive. It omclally la announced that they aro slowly regaining every foot of the territory sacrificed to tho Germans In the early days of this week. The Germans are being thrown back between the Sommo and tho Olse, and have been driven north of Arras. All along the northern frontier of Franco the mounted troops of both armies are in battle. The official com munique laconically says that tho fight ing "oxtends nearly to tho North Sea." Bohlnd that announcement Is contained the declaration that tho Germans aro still doing tholr utmost to cut tho Brit ish lines of com...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 8 October 1914

EB22S rta nmr mrarriwn hh , ?L V", " V F'?ttf " 'ST few-it ) ri (5 m t-1 MACK ROOTERS BESIEGE SHIBE "PARK FULL DAY These pictures, snapped today, show sctnes about the ball grounds. The upper picture, to the left, shows how "fans" in line for "bleacher" seats improvised a couch and passed the night hours in slumber. The upper right-hand picture shows our old friend, Joe Banks of Camden, who was first in line at the ticket sale and who is a prominent feature in the bleacher line. Joe is just waking up after a night spent on a soap box. The lower right-hand picture indicates how some of the waiting ones passed the weary hours. The central lower picture shows the youngest fans, each with a $10 bill in hand, waiting for the gates to open tomorrow. The lower right-hand picture tells a story of roof-top grandstands for fans who will not be ableto get into the grounds and who will see the games from "over the fence " FIND 65 BOYS ENTRENCHED IN CENTRE FIELD AT SHIBE PARK Woman Fan Here From...

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. — 8 October 1914

WriSR - SiKBMriw? evening t,tctebJphilapelphia-; THUBSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1014. W jTjj THE DAY'S NEWS IN AND ABOUT PfflLADELHIAASCAUGmjCAM WRiumft'enWMmMWM V"' i ; 1 It- .,,m , , ",, f. ff.' ',-VY ;--' '-ff.V, SI f flPSBrS ' ' l ' ' "- '- ?' ' " ' Pill i mm VlpI. t . fr-M ' ' ' 'W V '"f -i 29 HORSES PERISH IN FIRE IN UNION ICE CO. STABLES Third Blaze at Belmont Avenue Plant in Year Causes $10,000 Loss. Twenty-nine horses were burned to ONE KILLED, THREE HURT IN A BOILER EXPLOSION Defective Safety Valve Causes Ter rible Accident in Mine. HUNTINGDON. Pa., Oct. S.-Ono man was killed and three woro seriously In jured while several thousands of dollars' worth of propyl ty was destroyed tod'iy when a 100-horsepowor boiler exploded at the nock Hill Iron and Coal Com pany's mmes at Itob-rtsdfile, this county. The casualties were: 1 DBAD. OSCAU BROWN, 2T. of ItobertsclBle. ekull crushed. INJURED. BERT FRAKER. 30. of Robrtidle. HOWARD WILLIAMS, 22. of Rocls Kill. FRED MARCOCI. 31. of Robertsdale....

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 8 October 1914

-i4r S- EtfST"WV T aQtiSSr rrit&- war- W '$$ "" "-. Mjuamuwiwuw y I At iii 4 A f mm mm 4 GERMANS DRIVEN BACK BY VIOLENT ATTACK Continued from fuse One arihlei on lh right bank of tho JIouSc. In tho Woevt-o region tile Violent , nltncks which the enemy lifts ttt tomploil to the east of Apfltnoftl have been roimlsed, on the tight wing (Lcfpnfne and the Vosrcs) there 19 no ?liangt, tn Russia, on the front of finst 1'rtissla, tho nusslnnR' offensive1 .continues. There is sharp lighting on tho frontier west of Suwalkl, The statement that the compactness of tho clorman troop north of the Aisno appears to be diminishing indicates tlmt the Germans are withdrawing troops steadily from the centre for sarvleo on tho right wing. The state ment that the dernmns still hold St. Jtlhlel solves one of the questions that has served a a mystery to the military experts for some time. Tho French recently announced that they had driven the Germans cast of St. Mlhlel, but said nothing as to the town I...

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. — 8 October 1914

is!mP9fisaFBms9BSinsiiPfPfa'RnR (liaiJildUPWl ipHPflPWJWf ' IMMW-PjM'PI'V " " VW''"1'' ""' l"1l'PIfWU!' EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1913, I AUSTRIAN ARMIES PUSH INTO POLAND, LOCAL CONSUL SAYS Joining Germans, There, Combined Force Drives Russians Across Vistula in Bloody Battle. The Atistto-Huiigntlnii nrmy lins pushed Its way into Rtuslnn t'olntul. nccordlns io an official communication received to dny from tne Foreign Olllce In Vienna at the Austro-Hungarinn Consulate In this city. The official mcfl3neo says that the Russians were defeated In a bloody bntlle near the Vistula ltlvcr In the vicinity of Crncon and were driven acros ' the river. The Germans hac joined the Atistro Hungarlan armies and are aiding them against the Russians In this section. It Js announced also that the combined ' Austrian and German forces have taken i Bridghold, which Is about 16 miles over ' the. border Into Russian Poland. In Gallcia tho statement says that the enemy has been rep...

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. — 8 October 1914

aeo&N&rS. ? "ZF" &BfTa BHEja SWSWft?- J!W"J- ,' WS3&M V i - This section of the produce display at CO-OPERATION OPENS DOOR OF POWER TO AMERICAN FARMER Professor Work, of Cornell, Tells Fruit Growers the Future of Agriculturists Rests With Themselves. Tho future of the American farmer and his protection against the encroachments of tho trusts, the lailioads ami the high cost of living rests with co-operation. This was mndo clear at the convention of tho Vegetable Growers' Association of America, in Horticultural Hall today. Co-operation, theoretical and practical, was the topic of discussion at today's scs sla. Tho entire morning was devoted to a discussion of co-operative organiza tions of farmers, vegetable growers and agriculturists in general. Profs3or Paul Work, of Cornell, an authority on co operation, who has madf a study of agricultural co-operatlvo societies In this country and abroad, led in the discussion, assisted by Professor T. C. Johnson, of Norfolk, Va...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 8 October 1914

EVENING EEDGEBfPHlBADEnPHIA:, THURSDAY, OOTOBEB 8, 1513, 1 STATE CHARITIES' DELEGATES WOULD CODIFY POOR LAWS Recommend System of Pen sions for Institution Em ployes Adjourn to Visit Gettysburg. , CARLISLE, Pa. Oct. 8. The Slate Charities convention decided lato last night to cut Bhort Its sessions and omit one scheduled for tonight. In order to allow delegates to so to Gettysburg. The following ofllccts woro elected: President, D A. Mackln, Wllken-Birro Vl" president Uromley Wharton. PhlU Aelnhln. Trank I' Housman, Lancaster; John H 'rianwtr. IMtteuurBh; M Drady Youngs "llle ft! Vl. Aniloy. Indiana; Mrs Heed TMtltg Ojrllrt. Mr. J ' ' : nurff' Mr, r lorrnra aiuriuu, ,iii'i , "'" Br.jder, Phllaueipnia, Tayiorsion. j worn, t,, C Colburn, Dr. Staurter, It. W. White Ilnzlelon; n. D. wnue, fiercer! OMcnsburs: t c. OMer P Bohlnr, pniiaaeipnia Secretary ana irennurer 80lTonlorarv aeorefiry. rf .1 duller flcranton Anslxtant secretary, y Udwln D. Sollenberger. rw?OlnTheurcr, of Pittsburgh, wa...

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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. — 8 October 1914

EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1914, 8 W Am ? I Jr - ? Lr'BJ i , fly EVENING t&$& LEDGER PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY ' CmUS H. K. CURTIS. PBtStD-NT. Oto. 7. Oths, Secretary! John C. Martin. Treniurer: Churl H. Ludlngton. Philip S Collins, John B. Wll Vrn. plrectors. KDITORtAtj BOARD! rinos II. K. Ccnus, Chslrmsn. P. H. WIIALEY Etccutlra Editor 4oHN C. MARTIN general Business Manager Published dally at Pcbuo Lecmikii Building, Independencs Square, Philadelphia. M.'&7:::;::;;: Nw roK .v.1-A-.Xir.iL-ii?S,HSiTnI LKPflM Ci.mral Broad and Cheitnut Street" f?ntnlnn Vi7 iTnm'i intiimnrA Ilulldlns LONPON. ...... '.V Waterloo riace, Pall Mall, S. W. NEWS BUREAUS: mjntnittJKO neurit! The rvtlrlnt Tlultdlnc Wimiincton ncann The Pn.( guild ns Nfcw Yobk nrnEiu The Timet nulMlnir Usui iv nmit 00 Frleilrlehtra London Brume 2 Pall Mall East. S. W. Pmis Bbskid 32 Ruo Louis le Grand SUBSCRIPTION TF.IIM3 By carrier. Dut.T Only, fix cents. By mall, postpaid nutnlde of Philadelph...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 8 October 1914

EVENING T.rcnrnEBi-PHlLADELPHIA, THURSDAY, OOtOBEB 8, 1914, i) SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA MKS. BARCLAY H. WARBUnTON has Is sued invitations (or ft debutante luncheon to be given at her country seat, Rosemary, JcnUlntoun, on Friday, October 1C, In honor of her claliAlitor, Miss Mary Brown Warburtoti, nml her niece, Miss Mario Louise Wanamaker, vbo will both make their debut this season Dr and Mrs. Henry Mltldleton Fisher have Issued Invitations for a dinner dance, to be iJvcn nl their place, Alvrrthorjie, the night o' November C, In honor of theli daughter, ML Mary Frances Fisher. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Winter Bally, of Straf ford, will also give n larco dinner dance, No vember 6, In honor of their debutante daughter. Mlfs Mary Wood Bally, at the Bellovue-Strat-ford. Invitations have been Issued by Mr and Mrs. John Humphreys, of 511 Pelham road Ocrmantown, for the mnrriase of their daugh ter. Miss Mary McKlroy Humphreys' ami Harold George Paine, on Wednesday nfternoon Octobe...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 8 October 1914

1 I 10 EVENING LEDaEBPHIIiADEEPHIA; THtTBSDAYi OCTUJJiiii a, x- WHAT EVERToMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT fOTRESTMAIDANDilATRm I "' '"1 ELLEN ADAIR SAILS IN THE MOONLIGHT ON THE DELAWARE LATEST FROCKS BORROW FREELY FROM THE PAST HINTS TOWARD THE HOME BEAUTIFUL -y fwmcmjm! f ; . "-sjvst a r 'r j xft jtsfiam tyfi.- rsy? - t'iwss"s1vm, Y iXvtTCi l JfJ UaaBaaWBBaia i : (IS i "Western Planets' I yl f t Spe end a Uenial livening on the River, and Display Enthusiastic for Exercise. Tend encics xxtt. Ono hot, still evening at the end of July vvltnetscd n Brest event Jii my new life's history, 1 was Invited on a pleasure trip to sail right down the Delaware to Wilmington .M hostesses had formed a largo female order called "Tho Western rianets ' ami had chaitcied a large vessel for the evening Yes, It was a great oc casion! Tht tclO)hone girl at the city ofllco I where I aUcd as stenographer had ob tained this Invitation for me. and the entertainment gave me a new Insight Into the llghttt side...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 8 October 1914

EVENING T.TCDGER-PHILAPELPHIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1014. 11 for moro than 23 years had beon practitioner In Kensington, died yester day at his home, am Frankfort! avenue. He was graduated from tho Hahnemann Medical College, class of 168S. and wa a member of the rjermantown Medical Ho cloty. His widow, a daughter and two sons survive. Ho was f0 years old, MAItniKD BIinAFKn ALEXANDER. On Warjnae. ray, October T, .1911, l Rt. t,uk' ChuroJ, Montclalr, N. J., .by. the Rav. Wilson II Strarley, EMMA MVBH, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Janice B. Alexander, to LE3LBT GREEN SHEAFKn, of Pottavllla, Ta. IK MRMOIIIAM flCUI.T,T:Y. In loving momory of JAMEfl SCULLEY, who passed away October 8, 1007, DAUGHTERS. SIGHTS ALONG THE MIDWAY AT MT. HOLLY FAIR SIDESHOWS SUFFER FROM SHARP 'FROST' AT HT. HOLLY FAIR Millie Queen of the Snake Charmers, Asks the Price of a Railroad Ticket to Nearest Big City. Local Option Believed to be the Root of Slim Receipts Four-Hundred-Pound Emma Offers to Marry tlio First Ma...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 8 October 1914

EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 19X3, WORLD'S SERIES-FIRST GAME SCHEDULED TOMORROW AND BALL FANS ARE HAPPY WILLIAM TO RACE , BRAVES ARE MORE , DOUBTFULQUANTITY THAN THE GIANTS Athletics Themselves Ai Slower About Making Predictions, Remembering What Happened in 1910. EMPEROR OF BASEBALL SHIFTS HIS HEAVY ARTILLERY GERMANTOWN BOYS - FORM SIX LEAGUES FOR BASKETBALL Juniors, Composed of Play ers Under 14, Have Al ready Opened Season. DIRECTUM I AGAIN AT GRAND RAPIDS Splendid Pacing Thorough breds to Be Matched in Final Test October 21, According to Present Plan3 Soccer Teams Starting. 12 I THE iii 111 i) e; tt 4H f ' t 1 IU There wan little hesitation on the pnit of the Athktlcs themselves, their follow ers mul tlio preB. lait jc.ir, In makltn' Irrevocable predictions for a Mackitinn victory In tlio world's series. ThN venr tills Is not true. Tor some reason, tho thoughts of every otto cccnts to hnv, turned back to loin. When Connie Mnel sent In Ills tram agnlnM the Cu...

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