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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 10 October 1914

EVENING LEDGBB-PHILADErPHIA", SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, I91S. in o The Stage A Mirror of the Age Simple Acting the Difficult 'To piny rt simple. itinffcctcl part, nlthotit maUc-tip, Is tho most difficult york for an nctor," declared Edwin Ar den, who will take tho part of Baron Jluilrey In "Tho Yellow Ticket," which opens nt the Oarrlck next week, "You'd Imagine the hardest parts are those requiring excessive mimicry of characters and olaborato make-up, "Audiences have a tendency to under estimate the skill required to play parts not endowed by tho author with any tpecl.ll physical characteristics. They are equally prono to give undue value to go-called 'character parts.' I remember once loading wonderful natlcca which were given an actor who was playing a peasant, wearing a character wig, who had a scene on a Imlf-dnrkcncd stage. He spoke In a gruff tonn of voice- and ' . . I .. Hull HI. ArTAfltBaa was accortieu praise iu n""1"" ........... In tho dark'. Acting In the dark Is much ffls...

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. — 10 October 1914

..nnmiiii..iiiyifU'ii'i.ilwv-t'. ' uiW'iiftuwiiii 0 EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, SATTTRDAiY, OCTOBER 10, 1014. rw w -nif T'awpiWBWt A'sivi r'j fc -". vajjjtf a., gj Atp iiriffri.Va)iijwt'.'i)iir' gpyiW'WiwMia swn.vjwfey- H 1 M 'M ANTWERP CRUSHED BY HAIL OF SHELLS Continued from Tditf One tho tremendous fire of sheila which German batteries poured on Us build Inge. When tho surrender of the capital ALLIES RETIRE AS ANTWERP SURRENDERS, BERLIN SAYS BERLIN', Oct. 10. Complete occupation of the city of .Antwerp by the German forces was announced In tho following statement issued by tho War Office today: Antwerp Is In our possession. Wo have had control of tho city Elnce yesterday afternoon. A few forts remain In the posses elon of tho Mclglnni, but our occu pation of tho city itself Is com plete. A statement Issued by the War Of fice shortly after midnight states that tho flanking operations of the German troops In Franco hnd met with such steady success that tho Allies' left wing Is In ...

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. — 10 October 1914

DANCER DEFENDS , HER ART AS AID . TO ROBUST HEALTH Violet Zell Argues in Behalf of Exercise Which She Says Has Tonic Effect if Not Overdone. "All healthy people should dance the modern dances. Dancing prolongs life; It cures nervousness, It makes one graco fill and. above nil, It makes peopto nat ural, which In many cases counts far more than bbrtuty," said Miss Viotct Zell, nlio has delighted theatregoers with her weird exhibition of "modern dancing burlesque" In "Chln-Chln," at the For rest Theatre. Miss Zell Is considered nn authority on dancing by members of the theatrical profession. Sho has danced virtually alt her life, and she has succeeded In mak. Ing a suitable partner1 for Fred Stone, and that Is "going some," as one of the profession put it. Weighing only 95 pounds Miss Zell dances as If licr limbs were made of India rubber. Fred Stone In the "Dance Poetlque" throws her over his shoulder and Anally falls over her and people wonder that ohe docs not break In two. Bho appe...

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. — 10 October 1914

wuw'i''! EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA', SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1913., r ft C if It f m t $ M f ii . ?f 4 ."v i J . k .i i 1 rv EVENING MiJ LEDGER PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY CTIIL'S It. K CUIITIS. rnr.siD-.si. Geo. W. Ochs, Secretary; John C. MnMIn, Treniureri Charts, It. Uidlngton, Philip S. Collins, John II. Wll Um, Director. EDITORIAL TIOAnD: CiubS II. K. CcnTls, Chairman. P. It. WIIALEY .Executive Editor JOHN C. MARTIN. .1 General Bulne. Manager Published dally at Pcnttcr Lemim Hulldlng. Independence Square, Philadelphia. Mnami Central Broad and Chestnut Street ATtA.vtio Crrr Pre tnton Building ew Tosk 170-A. Metropolitan Tower Chicago 817 Home Insurance UutMlnjr London ft Waterloo Place, Pall Mall. S. W NnwsnunnAi'ss mt-ciso I!rnru rhi.S"iTM. KSn'ii'SS WASinsriTox Itriimu ..The Posf " n; New York HI-reau The T m- Jlu'ldlng Hu ttUBEAO u Frledrlclistra o London nuRE.in 2 Pall Mn" Va ii' ?, Ji I'mis BuaEAU 32 Hue Loul le Grand stmscnirTio.N rtiiMs Py carrier. Daily Ont r. It cents. By mal...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 10 October 1914

Iiftiir HLWi) EVENING T,TlTaERPHILADELPHIA SATtTRftAY, OCTOBER 10, 19T4, SOCIETY f i-r's s s. fc' .- s ;(f: :.'- 'fAcS-J-fr! , -.j ; liXfei !( " ' - ' f,-J - ii.K ., ' - I'hoto by Marceau MRS. WILLIAM DRAYTON Mrs. Drayton, who was Mies Frances Dunning, bus returned to tlic city after a summer spent at the seashore and is at present at her home, 250 South Thirteenth Street. A J. DREXEL BIDDLE will glvo his annu . al concert for the bcnellt of tho Drcxol Blddlo Bible Classes the night of December 14. In the ballroom of tho Bellcvuo-jStratford. Mr. Diddle haa asked a number of Phila delphia's best musical talont to assist him in this affair, which haa become one of tho most Important social events of the year. Among those -who will take part In the con cert will bo Mrs. William Baker Whelcn, Mrs. Mabelle Cochran Addison, Mrs. Ncely, Mrs. Dorothy Johnstono Baseler, harpist; Mrs. Lo gan Lcland, who Is tho wlfo of an officer In the linked States Navy, and who has novor ung In Philadelphia...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 10 October 1914

hffJ4JiiRl!'WUsii.'li'MLaljM TJWlW 1" 'VMtt T-r rt- qw nwr tffWJfg r(W EVENING TJEDftER-PHIBADEUPHIA SAftTTftPAY, OCTOBER 10, 191. 10 i WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON ELLEN ADAIR FINDS LIFE'S ODD WAYS INCOMPREHENSIBLE The World Is So Full of Such Wonderful Things That I'm Sure We Should All Be as Happy as Kings. xxrv, Four weeks have passed since that Sep tember night when I sat, pen In hand, for hours, nnd hours, to write tho strange new happenings of my life. In splto of having made some friends I had been here In Philadelphia since the end of July yet I felt tho saddest girl on earth that rainy autumn night when I first started to record the tale. Tho rain kept dripping on the roof that night, and my sad thoughts were but poor company. A mother's death, the loss of home and friends In England, with the strangeness of a lodging house In this new country, proved a burden very hard to bear, Tho absence of an uncle whom I knew would welcomo mo had...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 10 October 1914

JW MlKVuUMM iy6- !pi(l"pDB,jBP - ,Jorf ,--al'-''"'-fft" f&9 FIRE AT COLUMBIA DESTROYS FAMOUS UNIVERSITY HALL Blaze Wrecks Building De signed by Stanford White. 3000 Students Rush to Rescue Trophies. NEW YOnK. Oct. lO.-FIro Wrecked the famous University Hnll of Columbia University today. Estimates of tho loss vary. Flro Chief Kenlon, who led the firemen Hint fought tho hlnzc, declared that It was fully $1,000,000, but ofllclalB cf tho university declnred this cstlm.nto whs too larso and wild the loss prob ably would not "be more than fiOO.OOO anil Milclit be much less. 'Tin' btllldlnff was n twn-stnry struc ture, housing tho Kynliinnlum, tho Columbia Spectator, the college paper; tho eating common, tho swimming pool and thf college power plant. Tho flro for a time Imperiled the entire group of uni versity buildings, but was confined by great efforts to tho one building. Five alarms summoned alt available ap paratus to the scene nnd tho firemen tere aided as far as possible by 300...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 10 October 1914

tt&SBZX3&MAlEri&!! wwy'w" nT'wwimiifM)! 'iww4miipKiawi I' sr ur f 4 I !- h' 12 EVENING LEPaEB PHI3jADliJL.r.tllA, BAiuxum " ll T-- - cmm7JriES"A ACTIVITIES OF ALL DENOMINATIONS CHURCH INFLUENCE FOR SOCIAL REFORM IS SLOW BUT SURE Rauchcnbusch Now Writes j to Prove the Vitality of Christianity in Its Fight With Modern Evils. PROFESSOR WALTER RAUCHENBUSCH Prof. "Walter Raunhenbuech, of tha (Rochester Theological Seminary, author of "Christianizing the Social Order" and many other books widely ltnown to the elorgy of the country, has written a strong defense of the Church at the request of a group of men Interested In making manifest the social Implication of the Gospel In Baltimore. And this group of men, Tvho aro con ducting an advertising campaign to ad vance the Interests of the Church, gave Doctor Itauchonbusch's statement pub licity In half-page advertisements In dally newspapers of the Monumental City. The defense of tho Church was writ ten in answer to the question, ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 10 October 1914

injwwwgw mmmmvMafj flflrww ffl p wlww.i .Miw Jijwvuti p 13 SATURDAY EVENING KFWllEWEEKS EVENTS, HERETHERE AND EVERYWHERE rfllE WEEK IN WASHINGTON Happenings in the National Capi tal of Importnnco and Interest, Legislative and Political. In tha realm of foreign affairs, the, tnoit important development of tho week l Washington has been tho assurance rlvd from the Japanese Government that the occupation of the Marshall Ittands la only a temporary war meas ure. Japan sent word to tho State Do purlment Wednesday that the solzure of the archipelago was not now. and would net be, regarded as anything more than a temporary strategic move. The postponement of tho Pari-Amcrlcan peace conference, which was to havo been held at Buenos Aires next month, was announced after a mooting of tho directors of the Pan-American Union Wednesday, which Secretary of Stato Bryan attended. The European war Is ostensibly tho causo of tho postponement. Thero wero no Important developments ! the Mexican situati...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 10 October 1914

fsTtN""'"""' iiiti"tiiiii.miAiiL'jjiiiM lum wmtmKimmmuwmi rsrJ!HSa""""" rfc ywr-paff-yyf EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1914. 14 COACH SOL METZGER BREAKS RIGHT LEG IN ADTO ACCIDENT RICHARD RUDOLPH PROVES HIMSELF REAL STRATEGIST Former Pennsylvania Cap tain Hurt at Morgantown, W. Va., University, Where He Was Training Team. ' SI HI I 111! mA REMARKABLE TEAMWORK ON PART OF BOSTON BRAVES REVELATION TO ALL FANS I T "MM V ' SJ3i v I cy" AVOc . Sk No Pitcher Has Yet Equaled Braves' Star in Outguessing Mack's Slug gers. When Dick Rudolph won for himself a. iiatlon-'Mile icputntlon In the N'ntlotial League campaign of 1114. It was almost tho unanimous opinion of alleged experts on liascbll that he hnil never been up against p. elub Hint could lilt with the ferocious consistency of the Athletic.'. Hence when lie held the Athletic bats men to nvo hits, scattered throughout that s-anio number of innings, his splen did pcrfoimance ciimo In the nature of a distinct surprise T...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 10 October 1914

-i mgKgpiiimiK rTt"wm impwwu m ' Mmm$mmin umhmmww stmm llfl- hflUHOOL SITUATION AGAIN REFLECTS AN IMPROVED STRENGTH Vcck-enc! 3egS Change for getter and utlook Is for Spall in Money Kates. Banks Gain Cash. i decided change (or tho bettor may . reported In tho financial Bltuatlon. It t reflected in tho progress mado In roduc jnj the reserve deficit of tho Now York tlty banks, which has been accomplished to both ft reduction In loans and a gain Mia eh. The deficit 18 dciow i,wv,uw, n, reduc tion of 30,000,000 from the maximum reached shortly after tho outbreak of the w4r, What Is encouraging is that tho trend of the currency Is still toward thin tentre, Indicated particularly by tho tremlum paid in Chicago for Now York l.Ahmee. Tho interior hna not beon hit u fcard as has this locality by tho Kuro--an nttnclysm. And Uio grain crops are l Iatco and aro soiling at such high JtrlMS that the Contral Wost and tho (forthwest are prosperous in spite of tho war iiiiu' A quiet liquidation of l...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 10 October 1914

rrs!9, WIIIWW1!P!BIIPPPIPIPIPWIMW FHl"-WBPII(illf, :-t-. . .irmw,!,,.!,) HilimtmmiwtiyHmmji V yin,mni!mfii jl WWWWWWV J& NIGHT EXTRA. NIGHT EXTRA trcttm PRICE ONE CEKT VOL. 1 NO. iM rniLADELPniA, Saturday, October io, iou. CoriBtoni, 1014, BT THS TOBLIO LlDSSB COUMNI. 31! SPf it f H I ;ih r ff lit- u f BIG, HUSKY TYPISTS MUST YIELD JOBS TO CRIPPLED FOLK Midvale Steel Company Plans Unique Philanthropy to Give Equal Chance to the Unfortunate. Cirl Workers to Lose Their Mo nopoly on a Profession That Has Been Their Stronghold If Other Concerns Adopt the Idea. Is stenography that profeMlon which has lone been the working girl's strong holda flttinc occupation Tor a big, hmky man, 6 toot and over, and, let us pay, a reserTOlr of brawn and good red blood? "Was hitting the kes of a typewriter and fashioning unintelligible tittle fish hooks ever meant to be the life-work of such a creature? The Midvale Pteel Company, out at XieKown, has come t the conclusion that It was not. It has deci...

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

1 mfj0&K& lnl 1 World's Series (7 !'!'' fY jltJfejl 4i . 0M fY It iT kT I . , final IClIFulUg g3H3$ TUZmaIZI final 1 f VOL. I-NO, 24 ri j7" "" PHILADELPHIA SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1914. cor.or,T, ion. rwuo trawi c0rA. PRICE ONE CEo. MORAJN OUT, BARRY TO MclNNIS GOWDY CAUGHT BETWEEN -bECOJND AND THIRD BASES ffl ANTWERP TAKEN, KAISER PLANS TO ATTACK BRITAIN FOOTBALL RESULTS 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. . LONDON, Oct. 10. Gerrnan forces stormed Antwerp's Inner defenses yesterday and the city surrendered at 2:30 o'clock. The Belgian garrison, excluding thoso left In the few forts remaining In Belgian hands, Is icported .to have joined the main forces west of tho city. After the departure of tho Belgian troops Burgomaster Do Vos was left In charge of the...

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

jwwm ii mini " - - rwauMimaf i i mwmmmmmmmmmmmmmMMKmKKNKEttH $E f i F-. if? ! ; 'j j I II 1 I ii iriv in 1 I J r--' 1 I . a 1 ' I c IB mm, r mm . . , , , , . , . H!"8Fju l "' ' - ! 3 . ?. .- .. v, u T-var ? ;:; , ? . :$; ,: ifr $ : 'a .? :77 - , -.,; V z.&M 'JrJKSI w - v a s i n i i i i i i "" - sevenl fans Hi Indian lei lee ir 1" I Captain .Tnnnm Eveis w ! nil 1 bv the fan1 wh-n ho yiut.d t d ik off the field, and forced to circle around tho dia mond three times carrvltig n large satchel In which, according to the Boston scribes, he nil! take home the bacon. After 10 minutes of marching around the park the rooters headed Into 2mh street, and marched around the Macklan citadel three or four times. By that time the procession as more than half a block long Philadelphia.'!! rooters, stringe to say, were far moro cheerful than yesterday They pointed to the fact that Boston had no runnwav today, and advanced the opinion that th Athletics, stuns to the best that Is In them, will so o...

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

J BVEyiNG LBDGEB PHIIAPBCPHIA, 8ATTTKPAY, OCTOBER 10, ipit. L.LJ a It ill ARREST SCALPERS OF "SMALL FRY," BUT LET "BIG GUNS' WORK Baseball Ticket Speculators Hawk Their Wares on Streets Again, Though Police Have Orders to Stop Them. The police campaign against "small fry" scalpers of world series tickets was continued todny. Several of the less Im portant speculators wore arrested during the night and nrrnlftned this morning for hearings before Magistrate Ilonshaw, at Cent! at Stntlon, nntl the "bis guns" were unmolested. Today the really Important scalpers trrre still busily at Work on Chcfltnut ond Broad streets, flnuutlhtf largo batches .of llck Ib In the faces of pedestrians. Ite serve, trnflle and every other type of poll'omcn paid no attention to them. The tcalplng goes merrily on. The "little men" are becoming fright ened and aio using mote care today In disposing of their wares. Bxncnscs of employing counsel to got out of the clutches of the police talte away all their profi...

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

' ,.pH'XJUrWMWjWffiil '"W'flgflpr"'- EVENING LEDGEBPHILADELPHYA, SATURDAY,' OCTOBER 10, 1014, 4 fl iliVWAV Z7tie Stage -JLJKirror of the e m trm m tf W I I I THEATRICAL BAEDEKER y-t COMING 4- SROAD "Lady Betty Martingale," new ' comedy by John Luther Lone and FranK - Stayton, starring Mra. Flske. Monday . night ' OAItmCK-"The Yellow Ticket," melo drama by Mlchncl Morton, starring Florence Reed. Tuesday night. CONTINUING ADELPHI-'The Truth." revival of Clyde Fltrh's comedy. Grace George more de lightful than ever In excellent presenta tion of a brilliant play. CHESTNUT STREET OPERA MOUSE- "Pllntp's Daughter," by Francis L Ken- . zel. Miracle play spectacularly staged Will close October 17 for New York opening. ' FORREST "Chin-Chin," musical fan- tnsy, with music by Ivan Carytl. Fred Stone as a Chinese mandarin, Pml rewskl. and a lady bareback rider. De lightful music, an ongaglng chorus of glorious girls. LYRIC 'Paselnar Show of 1914," revue from the Now York u Inter Garden. George M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 10 October 1914

I UPpppnv ntyiwm nw WRP! EVENING LEDGER-PHIEAMEPHIA', SATURDAT, OCTOBER 10, tOl'tf : I The Stage A Mirror, of the Age Simple Acting the Most I Difficult I' 'To play n simple, unaffected part, tolt'hout moke-tip. Is tho most difficult ork for an nctor," declared Edwin ftr Mon, vvho will take tho part of Haron JIudrcy In "Tho Yellow Ticket," which ppens at tho Qarrlck next wcok. "You'd Imagine the hardest parts are those requiring excessive mimicry of (characters and elaborate make-up. "Audiences have a tendency to under fcstlmate the skill required to play parts friot endowed by tho author with any special physical characteristics. They are equally prono to give undue valuo to eo-ealled 'character J parts.' I remember onco rcadlntr wonderful notices which were Riven an actor who was playlntr a peasant, wearing a character wl(t, who had a scenb on a half-darkened stoRp. He spoke In a gruff tone of volco and n-BH accorded praise for RCttlnR effects In tho dark'. Acting In tho dark Is m...

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

v mmAiuuiL's "wi"niiir"1 'w. w -., .mu - - - l i- irw it I ? '& ; ? v a r . ki t IS 6 ANTWERP CRUSHED BY HAIL OF SHELLS Cnntlnntd from rant One reaching tho Avar Office were received nt llio Belgian Legation, but It was etated there, that no official confirma tion had been received. Conflicting reports are received con cerning: the historic cathedral of Notre Dame. Some stories of tlio bombard ment say the structure, was damaged severely,' others state It was not struck by shells or bombs. The War Offlco admitted today that the city had been evacuated yesterday. It Is understood that come of the Inner and outer forts are still holding out, but they cannot teslst Ions. The strongest forts were those first at tached by the Germans' 16-Inch guns. They fell, and the fate of the weaker forts will be the same. The hope that Atitwer: can bo re taken by tho Allies Is voiced by Colo nel Itepington. military expert of the Times, lie says thero is no reason why the Belgians should not join...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 10 October 1914

JmSSmESfimm&mSS EVENING EEDGEB PHi:caiE:rJPH:i:A SATTTBDAY, OCTOBER 10 101. 7 a . " "1 ' " ' " '( ' "DANCER DEFENDS ' HER ART AS AID TO ROBUST HEALTH Violet Zell Argues in Behalf , of Exercise Which She Says Has Tonic Effect if ; Not Overdone. "Alt honlthy people should dance the modern dances. Danclnff prolonRS life; It cures nervousness, It makes one grace ful and, above all, It makes people nat ural, which In man caies counts far more than beauty,' said Miss Violet Zell, ttho has delighted theatregoers with her uelnl exhibition of "modern dancing burlesque" In "Chln-Chln," nt the For rest Theatre. Miss 55ell Is considered an authority on dancing by members of the theatrical profession. Sho has danced virtually all her life, and she has succeeded In mak ing a suitable partner for Fred Stone, and that Is "going some," ns one of tho profession put It. Weighing only 95 pounds Miss Zell dances as If her limbs w.ere made of India rubber. Fred Stone In tho "Dance Poetlque" throws he...

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

P. 1-t.UHPWH- J ' -JWUli .1 j-ww" O'TSW EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA', SATURDAY, OOTOBEB 10. 1914,, 8 ' EVENING LEDGER PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY T CTBUB It. K. COHTIS, FstosT. Ow, W. Ochn. Secretary: John C. Martin. Treasurer t than ir. Ludlnston, Philip S. Collins, John B. Wll llnmi. Directors. I EDITOnfAtiBOAnD! I Ctans It. K. Coins, Chairman. r. H. WnAI.ET..,i Executive Editor ' ' JOHN C. MAnTIM gir-l Hulnt Mngr rubllhd dftllr at rcLtc t.epr.R tt'illainj-, Indepndnc6 Squnr Phlladflphl. t,nnt Cc-nit, Broad fin Chestnut Streets AiLtxm Cm... preas'Vntm nulldin iVToSic7"............lT0-A Metropolitan .Tower CBWino.. 81T Home Insurance HulMlnR London... ...... ..8 Waterloo Place. Pa" Mall. 8- w- NEWSBUnDAUS! mnaUBBRn UraitAU iSSHM nniMInf WjunlNOTOV BCIIRIU..... Th-,'f R imiSJ ncatt.1 ntmmu fVi"!-'.' i w I.ONM1 nunnAD 2 Pall Ma" East. 8. W. Pabis 13uain H2 Hue Louts le Grand i'iir.nirTK)NTrnis By carrier. Dau.t Om.t, It cent j. By mall. P"P'2 rutnlde of Thlladelrhla. except where fore Rn P...

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