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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 8 October 1914

flWW EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, (THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1014, 13 . M I Ml J I '0REI6N EXCHANGE SITUATION IS NOW , IMPORTANT FACTOR t Is Admittedly Complex, But Gold-pool Activities Will Undoubtedly Return It to Normals Dealings In foreign exclmiiKO conttituo to hold the most prominent plnco In the financial world, hut tho 'situation Is a complex one, nnd many of Hn features cannot ho explained by even those houses making a specialty of foreign exchange business. Theio Is llttlo known result of tho oper fctlnns of the exchanRc Bold pool. Sales hy the pool since last Krldny aio said hy memhers of the committee to havo been onlv moderate, hut they insist that It would not be businesslike to unnounco tho extent of Its transactlcns, as then tho dally depletion of Its resources could bo easily measured. Foreign exchange deal ers held to the view early In tho week that -4.03 would he accepted as a basis for exchange transactions, as they ns- sumed that sales at that rate could bo offset by...

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. — 8 October 1914

iiijpii$ifejfex-'y.tjc!iiiji ' r tcpt a?ssx, "T -rrr PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1914. cori.mnr, ion, n pwhq ttit cwm PRICE ONE CENT VOL. I-NO. 22 UNFURLING THE HUGE BRUMBAUGH BANNER BEFORE HEADQUARTERS ON BROAD STREET i WA itTHtk. H .ras-a sJBsesMsM WMF1' U I A II "W fS I j r I J IT Vi w EXTRA THOUSANDS CHEER UNFURLING OF HUGE BRUMBAUGH BANNER Broad Street Is Packed With Citizens for Ceremony at Which Judge Beeber Presides. INFANT MORTALITY INCREASES 274 IN LAST NINE MONTHS lMsla.WsyiiUMMiau mm bmmwmwwiit npnwwmiuiwkmMMum muwuMummmum mm m n n u I M a 4r- gai wlx not to eve lnt r flel 11n hat of bal Hel pla, no for ces wll, the the, enq Jus Bos Dei wot i. .H ngv J.;i ih: s tre (use at S the papen (used this mo Bravt work-out pleased, b dato for r I The re" 1i HI want wlshe . iva onry K tl.B V lham Deaths of Babies More Nu merous Than Last Year Despite Crusade Against Evils 4740 the Total. Infant mortality records for Philadel phia during the last nine months show an Increase ...

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. — 9 October 1914

W!Pw innrygM1'1" io'ihi nj'wwiti'uii T-jPTF ll J'll''""WjlLI'fMIl. I IIJIIl.ALU,.,!,, IGrttger .r- SPORTS FINAL PRICE ONE CENT SPORTS FINAL VOL. I KX)". 23 rJULADELnitA, ntlDAY, OCTOBER !, 11)14. CoristonT, 10M, T Tn rcntto Lewis CoitriNT. m H iS El H II S tTith ft- m ' PRINTED REGISTRY NOT AVAILABLE FOR PURGING THE LISTS Director Porter Says October 19 Will Be Too Late for Striking Off Names As sessors' Lists Will be Used. Director Porter today snld tlint County Commls'lnner Moore. Powers nml Gor man, In holding tip tlio prltitcil llM of registered voters until October 19, when It will be loo late to ntrlke off the tinmen of any Illegal voters which tlio I'eiirose-McNIohol-Vnre mnchhio may have Klip. lied Into the lists this full, are not ob serving the law. The law reiiulres. ho said, that the, llts should be out by Oc tober 1.1, or thice weeks liofoio election day. The Director said that lm did not ac cuse the County Commissioners of hold ing up the lists In order to spite hint b...

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. — 9 October 1914

lamting NIGHT EXTRA NIGHT EXTRA PRICE ONE CENT PHILADELPHIA, FKIDAY, OCTOBER 0, 1914. VOL. I NO. 23 Corrwonr, 1014, st inn Pontic hrrxin Commht. BOSTON HAS LEAD IN EARLY INNINGS -OF THE FIRST GAME Slrtrger ' ' r ALLIES' CAVALRY DRIVES BACK FOES IN FIERCE CHARGES Mounted French and Pritish Fight Way North of Lille and Engage Strong Ger man Force, According to Official State ment From Parish :' ' llKfiiL' wHBMKnNmrK I iiii B0 Invaders Give Ground Near Soissons, But Continue Terrific Bombardment of Antwerp Berlin Announcement Says Another Fort Has Fallen. PARIS, Oct. 9. That the Allies are moeilng with con tinued success In their flanking- move ment near the Franco-Belgian border la indicated by the official statement Is- aued at 3 o'clock this afternoon, al though It states that the general situa tion has undergone no change. It states cavalry forces of the two armies now are operating north of Lille. This shows that the Allies' cavalry Is pressing for ward ngalnst that of the Germans...

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. — 9 October 1914

frWf(- Cuemng .c price ouste cent PHILADELPHIA, JfRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1914. COMtmnt, IBM, i ins Pcbuo Umbi Comwii. VOL. I-NO. 23 MACK'S MEN KEEN CAVALRY CLASHES GROW IN VIOLENCE AS ALLIES ADVANCE I Mounted Hosts Meet in Bitter Struggle Near Belgian Frontier as Germans Continue to Batter Antwerp Defenses. . Another Fort Falls, Berlin Says. TO WIN FIRST GAME; WEARY FANS RIOT British Drive Back Invaders Near Soissons and Capture Redoubt After Siege of 16 Days Paris Regains Confidence as Lines Lengthen. PARIS, Oct. 0. Along the northwestern end of tho mighty battle front In Franco the greatest cavalry engagement In tho history of the world Is proceeding vig orously. French cavalry, which I3 now getting its first real test of tho war, supported by English cavalry, Is pit ted against heavy masses of German Uhlans, supported by Austrian cav alry, flung forward through Germany In the present supreme effort to crush the allied army. World Interest In tho gigantic opera tions in the western the...

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. — 9 October 1914

uitum i imyjMI U It' r'PJ'pi!BWfr,wyag;apWwy- -'rw--v-wic'' 2 FANS IN LINE FOR BLEACHER SEATS AFTER NIGHT OF CAMPING OUT AT hi - -- - - -, . , , - . . . - .. . .. . . - . - . - . - . 2272 Indiana avenue, drove up to tho Somerset street cntrnnce this morning; with a wagonlond of "hot flops" ami a stand from which to sell th-m. They wanted to push back the fans from the wnll and erect the stand. Naturally the fans objected. A sleepy policeman waited for some tlmo for the trouble to subside of Its own accord, and when It didn't, took a hand. Mlsante and llarno produced a receipt for J2J and a permit entitling them to elect the stand against the wall. It was u perfectly pood receipt, signed by some confidence man. The victims did the next best thing and opened up tho sale of sandwiches from tho wagon, GERMAN HAND PROVIDES COMEDY. Comedy for the fans was provided short ly after 8 o'clock by a Germnn band playing to an audience of one, by two six-foot Negro dog coachers and by a little pu...

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. — 9 October 1914

EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, OOTOBEB 9, 1013.. CAVALRY CLASHES GROW IN VIOLENCE ALONG, LINE Continued from rage One from reinforcements from Belgium, the Germans attacked nil along the Arraa line and the Allies were compelled to fall back from Lens and Doual, fight ing stubornly all the while. The Ger mans occupied Cethune and sent troops lhto Lille. The Invaders took posses sion of the houses, firing on the French from the roofs and windows. Both sides had taken up positions for their artillery near Arras, and In tho bombardment which followed shells dropped In all parts of the city. Klre broke out. Projectiles crashed through tho cathedral. A dozen heavy shells pounded thu Hotel de Vlllo, destroy ing the magnificent belfry. Finally tho Allies gave way and the jv Germans swept lorwaru, passing by Arras, where citizens had emerged from the cellars and wero righting the flames. Cutting a line between Arras and St. Pol, tho Germans sought to effect a ijunctlon with their Bethu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 9 October 1914

W&r- &J4'iVieJiSHpM " f& d M td h ; b ci tf o; ' EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA', FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 101& a" 2272 P Soraor with r stand jj wnntos wall 4 Natl? pollcev trouble when & and Ml a pernT ngaJner receipt opened tho wt, germ" Co mi ly aft playin alx-foc' little ( band when 21st 6t? by lnte. he need ACCO' "By t' him. there street what as Is r arount mixed rled Is In tl a drug . and sulpi dog catehe was resume dlencc- of on pieces rr Joe Hanks, was first in Berved tickets bleacher line J1.50. Iurjul holders tb that no o' and frer Furtb wore o patron stands declanj city c houset Earlj range were o' wool 1 the ufc seats, f Willh Waah tenth I th(S TB misse years. mot speaki CROO Ciyd In the of gett came and. U In th mornli Befo found man I street and fa. mlssio hurrlei' FlunKi uselesi Plun arguur line to nee a fret. neigh Newi reserv digest ins a grimly tors nE those 1 nil mi. the say i The boy Job today, does and anywhere, too close "Bill" roll was no m 3 Arrest...

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

aoMlPWmmppd WWI BORDEAUX WOMEN ANGELS OF MERCY TO WOUNDED FOES While They Care for All War Stricken, Their So licitude for the Germans Wins Wide Commenda tion. bordeaux, Oct. 9. If the men of the allied armies be tplendld, as they certalntv are, tho women of Bordeaux are simply miiE nlflccnt. Not theirs the wild Int xlea tlon of tho charge, the thrllllrg Joy of riding full dash at rows of the enemy, 'or of swinging pinioned lance to still tho Knlsor's Uhlano and stem tho ever swelling tldo of Invasion. Theirs Is a different duty, a duty relatively as ardu ous and exacting, and this the womon of tho Invaded districts have performed, ond continue to perform, without murmur or complaint. Tender, true, gently nurtured women, French and English, In this city, and In this valley of the Qaronnc, pro soothing tho anguish of the 25,000 wounded French and German soldiers, officers and pri vates, who have been brought to the region of the new capital of Franco. There Is a notable British colon...

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

mmmmmmmmmi lV2MlttWSMMi a dnm t and sul, J dog cater was resu. dlencc of't PLACES . Joe Bat was first; served tU tileacher J1.50. Iut holders t? P oil that no and trf Kurt obtai hold? j vvoro patrq stand decta. city house Ear ranct were wool the L seats. Wife "Wan? tentW -this f miss" yean roost apeal CROC Cly In th of ge came. and, In tfc morn Bet fount man stree and I missi, hurrl' PlunI uselei Plu argui line to Be a rrof neigh) reser dlgea Ing a ffrlmi Nlntt tors f v those! wl I the say f Ffc 9 M trr Ufl I- 9 The bo) job today dogs and anywhere too close "Bill" ro was no i Arrest : NEW of Arth HSth srs U Ahbf iJorothj icstcrdi charge comrls dale allegf cafo ft last J. one o FEDERAL RESERVE BANKS AMD THEIR PLAN OF OPERATION What the New Currency Legislation, About to Be come Effective, Will Mean to Nation's Finances. This dueriptlon of nhat th new FMtrsl norv. Act meftnft and hotv tha hvnks In rv cities k ill ha operated, was written by a nell-knonn Phlladelphli broker and n i RPr...

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

EVENING LEDGER PHIEADEEPHIA', FRIDAY, DCTOBEB ft, T013, ME LED A DOUBLE LIFE, RICH BROTHER . OF BRIDE ASSERTS John H. Hanan Declares Misleading Letters Opened Doors of Social Elect to De Majo Durazzo. NEW YORK, Oct. 9. Duke Arturo de IftJo Durazzo, the Italian nohlcmnn, tvhoso wife, formerly Miss Elizabeth Frances llannn, Is seekltiK annulment of the marrlase In this city last February, led a "double life," according to John U. Hanan, the rich shoe manufacturer nnct brother of the Duchess. "It Is more than I can believe," said Mr Hannn jesteiday at his home, I0D7 Fifth avenue. "It sounds like Action. But every Incident Is bitterly true. "To me the biggest surpilso of all Is that this man should have been able to lead a double life In Europe and In New Tork for several jears. When he courted my sister he swore to me that his life had been rlean. "He brought letters from prominent persons In Europe, who vouched for him. He nas Introduced to me by nn Italian nobleman whose name I shall...

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. — 9 October 1914

s EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, OOTOBfiR 9, 1912, B PLAOi W EVENING ftgi&j LEDGER PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY CmUS H. K. CUR.TIS. Pkmioent. j Shrl" J1- Ludlngton, Philip S. Col'llns, John B. WIN '" Aircciors, EDITOniAL nOAHD: Ctncs II. K. Cdrtis, Chairman. r. II. WHALEf. Etocutlv Editor JOHN 0. MAirriN general IJuslncm Manager Published dally at Punllc Litrara DulMlnr. Independence Square Philadelphia. i,tf?!?.CET,'L Broad and Chestnut Street' &I"VC Cltr Prrsi-Vnlan Tlolldln SJ5IL Yo"t 1T0-A. Metropolitan Tower F"ii' 817 Home Inurinee Uulldlne Unbon...,..,....8 Waterloo riace. Pall Mall. S. W. news bureaus t H.VJ?'"1'"' """D Th mtrlol nnltfllnR Nrw TnOTOn n"nE'u Thff ro,f ""'IdlnB IV? ,U,"B no FrleilrlohBtrn-M V??.???, n""0 2 Tall Mall Hast. S. W. PAma Bdshu 32 nue Louis le Grand StmscMPTION TFnMS Tty carrier. rxm.T ONrr. It rents, liy mall, postpaid outside of Philadelphia, .fjpt There foreign postage i required, Duly Ovtv, one month, twenty-IUo cents '. DiiLT O.VI.T. one ...

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

WTa9!7W; J ?v , SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA TUB Saturday Evening Dancing Class, known a the Committee Class, which la olinpcronM by Mrs. Henry Brlnton Coxo, Mis. TCdgar Scott, Mrs. Sydney Thayer, Mrs. William J. Taylor. jlrn, John White Oenry nnd Mrs. tt. H. Uaynrd Bowie, will meet ns usual this season at the Chillis mansion, at 2M nnd Walnut streets. The dates of the class will bo November 2S, De cember 12, December 30, January 8, January 3, February 6, February 20, March 8, March 2D and .April 7. Tho ChrlstmaB nerman, Deccmbor 30, and tho raster Bcrmnn, which will bo held April 7, will take place In IJortlcultural Hall., Tho Saturday Kvenlng DftticlnR Clnes, 6r Com mittee Class, wna started a number of years aso, nml Mr3. Perelforl-'razer was tho llrst chaperon of the class. 11 was founded for tho younger members of society to attend two or three years before lnaklnp their debut. Mrs. Frar.or was Bucccedcd by Mre. Itobert W. Leslie nnd Mrs. J. Madison Taylor, who chapero...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 9 October 1914

mmmmmmmmmm "WBJFfW 10 EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1914;. Btt n'EJS 4$ y ! t!"f all a! fi' td hfl bfi $ E i wj bl WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON ELLEN ADAIR MEETS WITH NEW FRIENDS : ON RIVER TRIP Merry Little Spjnster Tells Pleasing Tale of Travel and Extols the Charm of Scottish Life. XXIII A certain very llvel lndy of the "West em Planets" was particularly Itlnd to me orl the return Journey from Wilmington. "My dear," said she, "I've Just heard that you nrc an English girl, and !LvllJH all alone- I do admire 50111- pluck, and want you to come lound and see me. Your Kngltsh accent's Jtiit the cutest thing! Five years ngo t linil the greatest time In London ami In Kastbourne. I 111 a. school teacher, and an old maid, too. but very brisk and happy all the same!" She certainly was dimming, and 1 liked licr from the very flist. "1 was In Scotland, too," continued he, "I thought that Edinburgh was the cutest place! I ehastd the Hig...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 9 October 1914

KS EVENING EEBaEU-PHrCMEXTniX FEIP&Y, OQTOBEB 0, 01 .' TT BURNING BASEBALL QUESTION NOWADAYS iK WHICH TEAM WILL WIN WORLD'S SERIES WINTER FAHNIN& BEES WILL HAVE FOOD FOR GOSSIP Many Baseball Questions May Be Asked and Then Divers Opinions Offered as to Solution. CENTRAL ELEVEN NOW HAS GIMBEL CUP ON DISPLAY 4- KDW YOHK, Oct. 0. Tho coming cam paign In tho winter baseball league will have many features to hold the atten tion of tho fans. Among the many things that will bo thrashed out before tho cur tain rises on another season tiro the changes In management, which will sure ly occur, In many big league club; trades between certain of thi major league teams and the question, "Will tho Federal League be taken into organized baseball, will It continue as It no wis, or will It elvo up the ghost?" In tho National League one manager will surely go, and perhaps a fow others. Tho one who Is most likely to be super ceded Is "Charlie" Dooln, tho "brick-top" manager of tho Phillies. Oth...

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. — 9 October 1914

ilium. nnuui...,ii.iiAiinmnummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 9lHHHMHHRHH8BHHHRHHHIHBEHIBBilHBiHHHHHHIiBHIIH mmmm meaner PRIOH ONE GENT VOL. I NO. 23 PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER !), 1914. Conwont, 1014, ST THE Pcblio Ledger COMMNT. wiwiwwgBpywBKpwiiw.iwi1"1'11"'' ' i i''T'iritr':;ssB-- STEVENSON JUMPS TO PENROSE "FROM FRYING PAN TO FIRE" So Political Observors View Washington Party Magis trate's Switch to Support of Liquor Candidate. COST OF LIVING BUSINESSMEN CALL FOR A NEW SCHOOL IN CHESTNUT HILL Buildings Now in Use Anti quated and Dangerous and Mass Meetings Will Voice Protest. DOWNTOWN CURB MARKET CUTS V. hi ii.li, ji.ii ' LJ!" L'j.. . I til -fl ft PLI Jot Ideal p, ra w w J i y rr si In ot ce. at, in m fc m 8t ai m, hi P us 111 to at m re; dt Im g N tC tb I they Tin Job ti dogs unyvfi too Bill' was : Magistrate Mnxwell Stevenson. Jr , who was elected nn the Washington part tloket, has announced that he will sup port Senator Penrose Political nbscrvet ay lie has Jumped from the frying pm In...

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

wmmmmmim jtggBipWWPWWWHWi : . MJ M!M T.WlHWiJHIJpwmWI 'iii 'PiilWMipiqiippiPPSWPlWI wunnm'wm Heftger NIGHT EXTRA NIGHT EXTRA s. ituemna PKICJS ONE OJ2NT PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1914. VOL. lNO 24 CopismnT, 1914, bt tn Posuo Leo CoMrim. BOTH TEAMS FAIL TO HIT OUT RUNS IN OPENING ROUNDS JMWM1 -"- ''M-'ui'VW lHjpilp I I.! i- B GERMANS ASSAIL LINES OF ALLIES; ANTWERP YIELDS Invaders Follow Capture of Belgian City by Charging French and British Out posts Near Frontier King Albert's Army Escapes into Open Country. Retreat of French and British Forces Announced by Berlin Crisis Believed Near and Invasion of England May Be Next Move. t LONDON, Oct. 10. German forces stormed Antwerp's Inner defenses yesterday and the city surrendered at 2:30 o'clock. The Belgian gnrrlson, excluding those left in the few forts remaining In Belgian hands, Is reported to have Joined the main forces west of the city. After the departure of the Belgian troops Burgomaster Do Vos wns left In charge of th...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 10 October 1914

- -f?F"w''H K4 v-HMIWu.t ijipi I' ct t-'''; " ' '"m"iwM.'fA,iujuunjiiaijwilg' V'.-- j v 'vr,tfr "raiWWr" ' BVEKHSTG LEDGER PHIKAn:EI,PHIA', SATTTBDAY, OCTOBER 10' 1!)14' ' lit; I W M t;i M W ;" Sfit A fnet thnt Plank wits scheduled to pilch. It will be recalled by f n, thnt Plank struck out JDevore fcur times the Inst time he met the former Wnnt In tho World airier Th s w s In 1111 I'atitn h lrn Thomas ngnln il d some pitching to too Mneltu en befir the gsmc lrn nut even thing he ln oi the ball. evidently Inti tiding to do ill In his power to hop the mnwlett reg In the bAttlng eye misplaced eterdiy. The bleachers today w r splldli be hind the Mnckmrn Even catch during practice with anlh ng of the spectacular about It was checrul to the echo. HOME RCN. HIT ONLY IN PRACTICE. Itabblt Maranvllle brought forth first n groan and then sincere applause when ho hit the. first "home run" of the series. Un fortunately for the Braves It was during battln'tf practice The Rnhblt tried to do It ag...

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

mm pin ii JWPWW8PIJWH pwwpwii . wwmwplwii. ,i i jhui uui fwiio'i ' " i A Note of Warning to Visitors Out of the dust of a fair defeat, the Mackmen rise today, Ready lo meel the Boston charge, grimly alert, at bay. Stung by the unexpected lash, tuner and full of fight, Swinging their seasoned battle clubs tvilh cunning and tvith might. 4 They fion the potver of Slaltings' Bravest they knorv that the foe is But there is no note of fear or doubt as they carol the battle song,' Sure of a stfifl and clean revenge, the A's forbear to boast, Crouching in deadly readiness, they rvail for the Slallings' host. . - Vi Boston, look to the laurel xurcath your battling players tvont Temper the joy that rises notv till another day is done; Wail till the wounded Pachyderm has charged at your lincpgain, And see if the figures on the board arc to your Wring then. ARREST SCALPERS OF "SMALL FRY," BUT LET "BIG GUNS" WORK Baseball Ticket Speculators Hawk Their Wares on Streets Again, Though Police Have O...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 10 October 1914

csjEifiiiiiiSSiMMBM EVENING LEDGES-PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY,, OCTOBER 10, 1914 & ? phe Stage -JLJKIimr of the ge s Vc Vr"i O 11 ,BJ m i ill H3 j is R THEATRICAL BAEDEKER COMING bnOAD "Lndy Betty Martingale," now comedy by John Luther Long and Frnnk Stnyton, starring Mrs. Flsfce. Monday night. GAXIBICK "The Ynllow Ticket," molo ilramh, by Michael Morton, starring Florence need. Tuesday nIEht. CONTINUING AbBIiPIIT "The Truth," revival of Clyde Pitch's comedy Grace Qeorgo more dp llshtful than ever In excellent prosento tlon of a brilliant play. CHESTNUT STHCET OPERA HOt'SE "Pllate'ii DaiiKhter," by I"rnnrls L Ken xcl. Miracle play spectacularly staseu Will close October 17 for New Ynrl, opening. FOIUlEST-"Chln-Chin." musical far. fnsy, with music by Inn i nryll Fro Stone as a Chinese mamiirln. Pa'i ronnkl, and a lndy bareback rldr t" hghtful musli . an engnKlng chorus m glorious girls. 1yrUC "Passlnn Show of 1114," rovu from the New i oris V Intel Garden George Monroe nnd Harry Plsh...

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