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

"' KAtMi 'EVENING LTODfliaBPHIL-ADELPHIA-, SATURDAY,, OOTOBEB 10, 101(C SOCIETY BjJ Itff Mmmr -fjjpA 9 A J. DBBXBL BIDDLE will give his annu . al concert for the benefit of tho Drexcl BIddle Bible Classes tho night of December 14, in tho ballroom of tho Bellovuc-Strntford. Mr. Blddlo hns nsked a number of Phila delphia's best musical talent to nsslst him In this affair, which has become one of the most important social events of tho year. Among those who will take part In the con cert will bo Mrs. AVIlllnm Baker Whelon, Mrs. Mabelle Cochran Addison, Mrs. Necly. Mrs. Dorothy Johnstono Baselcr, harpist; Mrs. Lo gan Iceland, who is tho wlfo of an offlccr in tho United States Navy, and who lias never ,81ms In Philadelphia before; Mrs. James M. Anders, who hns but lately returned from tho war zone; Mrs. Harold Ynrnall, Arthur E. I. Jackson, Robert Massey Drayton, who will lead a quartet of male voices; Daniel C. Dono van and Dr. S. II. Llpschutz. Mrs. Edith M. Mahon will bo the accompani...

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. — 10 October 1914

teWCTSP w ji U i III. V!i!MRfHpRippp Tr"w-iiM EVENING L'EDGER--PHIIiAl)Ei;PHIA BATUBPAY, OOffOBEB 10, 1914. 10 01 WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON ggyyaggre t-j, w wpr'FpfcWlCTyiWPEJBB .1 fifU n fi 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. XXIV. Four weeks have passed sine that Sep tember night when I sat, pen In hand, for hours, and hours, to write the strange new happenings of my life. In spite of having made come friends I hnd been hero In Philadelphia slnro the end of July yet I felt tho anddest girl on earth that rnlny autumn night when I flrat started to record tho tale. The rain Uept 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 tho strangeness of a lodging hnuso In this new country, prowl a burden very hard to bear. The absence of an unci whom I...

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. — 10 October 1914

53R5Ss-f --flfv - "wWP ':J -r t flRE AT COLUMBIA DESTROYS FAMOUS . UNIVERSITY HALL Blaze Wrecks Building De signed by Stanford White. 3000 Students Rush to Rescue Trophies. NEW YORK, Oct. 10. Klro wrecked (he famous University Hall of ColurTibln. University todny. Estimates of the loss Vry. Fire Chief Kenton, who led the firemen that fotifiht the blaze, declared thst It as fully 11,000,000, but ofllclals cf the university declared thin estimate W4s too largo and enld tho loss prob ably would not be more than (00,000 and tnlftht be much less. , Tho building was a two-story struc ture, housing tho gymnasium, tho Columbia Spectator, tho college paper; tho h 'eating common, the swimming pool and ,the collego power plant. Tho fire for a time Imperiled tho entire group of unl vcrelt.v buildings, but was confined by peat efforts to the ono building. t Five alarms summoned all available np paratus to the sceno and tho firemen were aided as far as possible by SOO0 stu dents, many of them sca...

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. — 10 October 1914

3I''S5fcjti ""l "Mpf,,, i wHvapWFm.ii-" BflPWlIHBiW EVENING (CEDGER-.PH:iErADEL'PHrA B&frTJBDAY, DOTOBEB SCO, TDTg: T2 insnmu -MtUMjiaissu wjJj; u i :i tr CHURCHES CHURCH INFLUENCE FOR SOCIAL REFORM ' IS SLOW BUT SURE iRauchenbusch Now Writes to Prove the Vitality of Christianity in Its Fight 1 With Modern Evils. PROFESSOR WALTER RAUCHENBUSCH il Tu'f .lit I. mi 1 n'i is h. . f th frtoeh- stpr Th -.-ii.iI ,- minnrv author cf "Christianizing tin- Soclnt Order ' and i (many other books widely known to the. I telergy of the cottntr, has written a I strong defenso of the Church nt the .re ouc-t of a .-roitp of men Int. n-tited In nnklne manifest th" social Implication of "the Gofpel in naltimore. i And this group of men. who are con ducting an arlveitlting campaign to ad vance thp Intorests of the 'hurch, gave jtloctor Raui'lienbueh't statement puh l Jlclty in half-page ndxT-rtlsements In dally 'riewupap'is of t'te Vwium.-ntnl rtt I The defeno of the Church wnt writ ten In answi s to...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 10 October 1914

13 SATURDAY EVENING REVIEW OF THE WEEK'S EVENTS, HERE, THERE AND EVERYWHERE EVENING i;EPaBB-PHlUADEluPHIA,) SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 101 THE WEEK IN WASHINGTON i Happenings in the National Cnpi tal of Importance and Interest, Legislative and Political. In the realm of foreign affaire, tho most Important development of the week n Washington has been tho assurance received from the Japanese Government that the occupation of the Marshall Islands In only a temporary war meas ure. Japan sent word to the State De partment Wednesday that the seizure of the archipelago was not now, and would not be, regarded as anything more than temporary strategic move. The postponement of tho Pan-American peace conference, which was to have been held at Buenos Aires next month,, was announced after a meeting of the directors of the Pan-American Union Wednesday, which Secretary of Stato Bryan attended. Tho European war la ostensibly the cause of tho postponement. There were no Important developments In the M...

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. — 10 October 1914

rm i V ! Kr. ix ft I Jit; I Mf '( n 143 ' L I 14 REMARKABLE TEAMWORK ONPART EDDIE COLLINS SAYS fflACKMEN HAVE WO EiGUSE Champions Outpitched and Outbattcd, but Ovcranx iety to Hit Aided in Down fall in First Contest. By EDDIE COLLINS tCopsrlRhtcd. 1M4. by Uvi-mn t.nnirn 1 r.ouiul one for Uoston. There Is " '1 "- counting Hint fact: their tlomontintion ns well as execution wai lmpresie enough to nil to make tlielr stinerlnilt n. marked one ovet us In the first ram. of the serle And no one Is more n ro of the fact thnn t nre right at the present moment. However, ns the snyln ("' "Experience Is tho best tenolier," and, be llevo me, we learned not a few things In the same, of yesterday. Wo hno no excuses to after. Our tie feat wni decisive cmmall to forbid the use of any "huts" and "Iffl" by me nt this late hour. As I usually the case In a losing snme. It Is eusy to look back and see Just what led up to tho play that was the start of our eventual ruin, so I will try to enlighten you as ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 10 October 1914

r FINANCIAL SITUATION AGAIN REFLECTS AN IMPROVED STRENGTH Week-end Sees Change for Better and Outlook Is for , Fall in Money Rates, Banks Gain Cash. A decided change for the better mny tie imported in the financial situation. It It reflect"1 In the progress made In reduc ing the reserve deficit of the New York city banks, which ha been accomplished by both n reduction In loans nnd a g.tln In cash. The deficit Is below $18,000,000, a reduc tion of $30,000,000 from the maximum reached shortly after the outbreak of the war. What is encouraging Is that the trend of the currency Is still toward thin centre. Indicated particularly by the premium paid In Chicago for New York exchange. Tho Interior has not been hit as l-.ard as has this locality by the Euroi pean cataclysm. And the grain crops are a large and arc selling at such high prices that the Centrnl West and tho Northwest ale prosperous In spite of the war handicap. A quiet liquidation of loans Is also be ing accomplished without ha...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 10 October 1914

Piflwi m Sleiger World's Series World's Series FINAL euenmg FINAL PRICE ONE CENT rniLADELPniA, Saturday, October 10, ioii. VOI. I NO. iM Cortstonr, 10il, at in rcntta Lidocs Courist. r - u n Jt si i m r f? IF V $1 ot. mc H BIG, HUSKY TYPISTS MUST YIELD JOBS . TO CRIPPLED FOLK Midvale Steel Company Plans Unique Philanthropy to Give Equal Chance to the Unfortunate. Girl Workers to Lose Their Mo nopoly on a Profession That Has Been Their Stronghold If Other Concerns Adopt the Idea. Is stenegrnphy-thnt profession which has long been the working girl's strong-hold-a fitting occupation for a bis, husky man, tf loot and over, and, let us say, a reservoir of brnun niid good red blood? Was lilttlncr tho keys of a typewriter mid fnshlonlng unintelligible little fish hooks ever meant to bo the life-work of such a creature? The Midvale Steel Company, out at Nlcetown, has come t.i the conclusion that It was not. It has decided that this redentory profession Is better suited to a type of workers ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 12 October 1914

&; .,OT NIGHT EXTRA IN 1VJJJT1 1 tmtm PRICE ONE CENtf VOL'. I-NO. 25 PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1914. CorruaitT, 19H. sr Tn Pobmo Limm CcMriNt. EXTRA . . n i.i.ii , jif"fli.'"Tr:.j.i Li jl i ' ."' 'i "Tr-r i '. ' L''"""'T'f?.""'TT'ir'' ." .'. I GERMANS BATTER FOE'S LONG LINE IN NEW ASSAULTS Invaders Resume Offensive on Centre and Along Meuse to Prevent Check of , Turning Move Near Lille, Where Both Claim Victory. Paris States 24 Antwerp Forts Still Hold Out Kaiser's Forces March on Ghent as Allies Mass at Ostend Canadians Reported at Front. PARIS, Oct. 12. The whole German front Is about to take the offensive again, according to military strategic today. Attempt by the German force, which have worn down the defenses of Antwerp to join with the German right wing In as oaults westward toward tho coast Is expected hero to be the signal for a general attack on the whole battle line, now extending well over 300 miles. The German General Staff, by this offensive. It Is explaine...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 12 October 1914

RfHB SSBBmmmmmm 1 r'HSH 2 EVENING LEDGERPHIL'APELPHIA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1914;. ! re f rF B W t CI f "E i ".i ! ' I I i ntmosphers and those packed In the Jtlcdchers wore not uncomfortablo with their coats on. BRAVES START PRACTICE. The Braves Appeared at the park by noon They Immedlatelv started batting practice. Most of their efforts were di rected against right-handers. The crowd cheered anl generally worked Itself up There was a sprinkling of fans In the ie Icefved scats of the grandstand even at this early hour. While the Braves were still at batting practice and the stands were rapidly fill ing a Pilgrim Father appeared In the main grandstand About his hat was a otrlng of frankfurters Another hung from his neck, and he bore a huge sign reading "FOR SALE-BRAVES' SAUSAGES Made From Connie s Goat. Tho Athletics appeared on the field at 12 50. Thev were r?iven a great reception by the Boston fans The bleacherltes cheered them to the echo, horns were blown, papers and hats waved ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 12 October 1914

V IANY AT DOORS I AS REMEDIAL LOAN ' COMPANY OPENS jjSemi-piiilanthropicOrganiza-tion Begins Work of Help- ' ing Those in Need Feel Sure of Success. r HusIip wna brisk today at the offices ' f the ltomcillal Ioan Company, In the 1 Eir.piri! Hulltlltiff, llth and Wnlnut .streets, nn organization patterned on the ieysto.ti Introduced by tlio Sa(?e Founda tion In New York, t'p until noon Fran!: . mlih ttniann. trrnnllrpr nf fh pnmnnnv ) nd mnnngcr In charge of the offlce, In- iitervlowcd nearly 20 applicants for loans j Shortly after the olllce was opened ni 4 o'clock for the nrst day's work a mai Centered ihe place and told Mr. Smith tha' IJie desired to make a ''necessary" loan "Where are you employed?" asked Mi i Emlth i "I am a locomotive cnfilncor In the em- ' ploy of the Pennsylvania Railroad," an nwfred the nppllcant. "You are making a Rood salary, aic ' ynti not?" asked the manager. "Why l It necessary for you to borrow money?" "It's this you see. On Saturday I drew I my pay an...

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. — 12 October 1914

'jr-si jmsmitp ' - 1 1 & EVENING L'EDGEE-PHIEftDEEPHIA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1912 f ' M ' H tf 11 '.-r 1 : . i . J ' i ? GERMANS ADVANCE ON GHENT; ALLIES AT OSTEND Continued from rue One banks of the .Scheldt nrc resisting i energetically. A large German force is movlnp? on Ghent on Its way to Ostond, where British anil Belgian troops are massing lor n determined stand. Strong Hrltlsh Reinforcements nrc said to have ar rived. Part of the Uritlsh and Belgian troops which defended Antwerp Is re ported safe at Ostend, while at least S000, the rear of the retreating army, were cut off and forced across the Dutch frontier. The first move against Ostend was a desperate effort to cut off the Uel Blan army, which fled westward from Antwerp when It was seen that the city was doomed. The Germans threw a pontoon bridge across the Scheldt River at Watteren and sent a largo force northward In hope of getting between this city and the Belgians. However, In conducting that enter prise the German...

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. — 12 October 1914

PWJrByl JW OTSP A BRITISH OFFICERS I WE WITH MEN; LIST J SHOWS SIXTH LOST 1 Leaders of Battle -Victims of German Fire Casualties 1 146 During Seven Weeks of Fighting. LONDON, Oct, 12. British Iroops took their place In tlio firlne lino on the FrancoHelslan frontier for the first time on August '23. In the seven weeks from that tiny to this Gen eral Sir John French has been bereft of the srlees of no less than JUS omccrs, out of a forco approximating not more than 6.T00 nt the moat. Of .that number M7 hale been killed, fwO wounded and H2n jnlsilnfT or taken prisoners of war by tlio Germans. It Is dlfllcult even for a military man Jo appreciate what a frightful loss it must be to an nrmy to have more than onel.itli of Its leaders wiped -away In jo short a period. Probably there ts only one man Is England who Is fully alive to the gravity of the problem en tailed by this fearful toll of battle, and this Is why l,ord Kitchener Is devoting his greatest energies to building up the frlchtf...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 12 October 1914

rnmmm&mmm " Y F s , ' 5" 'jc'TTf EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, OCTOBER A2, 11914. 6 m I it J: !- L ft : i EVANGELIST HELPS , TO DEFEAT PENROSE i BY FIGHTING SALOON PeSplc of Coatesville and Neighboring Towns Are Stirred to Organized Ac tion by Doctor Anderson's Appeals- It nnvi i -rm i nnmtirovnrNT I COATKSVIta-i:, ta. Wt. Ll-Ths peo ple of Coatesville nnd neighboring towns nro being aroused naln.t the saloon .is never before by Kvanaellst George Worn) .Anderson, who In conducting a monitor rovlval service here In a large tnbermtrte Avith n sawdust ninr. rough bonid scats imil a (to-BM-xiu-plniuie atmosphere. All last week, tlip first nne of the ram Jialsn, Dortm Anrti'Mrn .iralanod the . loon at almost ever seWee, nnil o. terav w.is almost eseluslvrlv "Temi. unee 1),' ,ts t'lP evntiellt prciohcd against the llqtmr traffic In the afternoon Stml again In the evening. Although not lirearhtng u trtnpei iineo Korm.n, im strurlt somen' his tinniest Mow stinlitM Into the fnee o...

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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. — 12 October 1914

! in J u,m .J i jipuiiiiTlgfliiiiippp EVENING T,TOT)ttTm PglE&DELPHIA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 1 !ft)m 20,000 IN MONSTER SONG SERVICE OPEN CITY'S CELEBRATION Wilmington Settles Down to Festivities of Old Home Week 10,000 Visitors Expected Each Day. WILMINGTON, Del., Oct. 12. Thla city In crowded with visitors todny. If there la any mistake in the expectation tha 30,000 visitors will bo entertained each day this week, It la because that estimate will havo been loo low. After 20,000 persona opened tho celebra tion jesterday afternoon with a sons serv ice, Wilmington hettlcd down to Its celebration. Today marks the annual parade of the Italian societies of tho city In honor of Columbus Day, a legal holiday In this State. Thu parade this afternoon Is wholly In charge of these societies. At least 2000 members, with their bands, were In line. Mayor Har rison W. Howell, members of the com mltteo and numeioua city officials wit nessed the parado from the biff review ing stand In front of tho co...

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. — 12 October 1914

ifrtw Ijgjgg pppjgeaBBBmgggiBi''.' . -i . i';wrv.myi - - -F-w-'-"g- v 1 EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA', MONDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1'91: R te Hi 41 LI ' m v f V. ISJ II :r),r ft 1 ffl If! If 3 n v K U St e w n fir EVENING j$s!5 LEDGER PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY CYII US II K Ot'nTIB. rnrstrFNT. Geo. W Oehs Pecret.iry, John C Martin. Tresurers Charje II. Ludlnglon Philip S Collins. John It. Wit I'd me Directors. EDITOnlAT. rOAHD! Ctnos II K Ctir.ns, Chairman. f H. WHALRV Executive EMUer JOH.V C MARTIN Ornernl Nuslncs MnnfiRer r-uLllahl dully nt Punllc I.etxirn Untitling. Independence Square. I'hllndflphln. I.tnnra Ovtiml Broad nnd fheetnut Streets ATtvTtc Cur Preas-l'nlnn nnllrtlnr New York 170-A. Metropolitan Tower Chicago 81S Home Insurnnee ltulMlms London...., 8 Waterloo riflce. I'all Mall, S. W. NKWSUUnKAHfl! JlAnmRnnn nnnnitr.v Th Pnlrtot nullillng vttiitvTov itrntuu. Th Pi" Hulldlns Nrw Tork nrni!t) The Tint' nulMIng Urn in lit nrt no rrloilrlehtrno Losnnv nnrAO 2 I'AII Mall Hnet. s W. Wins u...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 12 October 1914

EVENING L-EDGEB PHIEDEBPHrA', MOTTKA.-?, OOTOBKK 12, TPI3. a SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA T .' "'i., k H WAMU AV.&H, d rfV4A)hvkW. UhU,1ti1xf,.!lu vGvi&.'i.fi.ailJ-Ui. MRS. STEVENSON CROTHCRS "i- Mrg. Crotlicrs, vvlio was Miss Emilic Lcctt, In honor of her young sister, Miss Rebecca A. Lycett, who is spending the winter with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Curwen, at ilaverford. MR. AND MISS. CHARLES STUWAUT WURTS will five a dinner danco nt their homo, 92G Spruco street. In honor of their debutanto daughter, Jllsa Mary Stewart Wurts, the night of Saturday, November 28. Miss Wurts will bo Introduced nt a tea, which will bo given by her grandmother, Mrs. John Wlster, next Monday, October 10, at her coun try seat, Belfleld. on Clarkson avenue, Ger mantown. A number of tho debutantes will lecelvo with Miss Wurts. Among those Mrs. Wlster will havo receiving with her will bo her daughters, Mrs. James Starr, Mrs. Charles Stewart Wurts and Mrs. Edward B. Meigs: Mrs...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 12 October 1914

gwjMggg 1 EVENING LEDGER-PHIL'DEL'PHnv:, MONDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1013 WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON BMWWWggWB sasasasasaaBnEl''' fpHaflaUKi B' 9HKE III ftUL! i' jHQ Vji- jMBK fit II ll If. " &''i 1 1 IF i 4 Up T. . .iJ Li IK .'. 1J SUIT DESIGNED OF VELVET COMBINED WITH FRENCH BROADCLOTH MODES OF THE HOUR ""!" Variety Is Keynote of Autumn Fashions in Women's Suits. Fur a Favorite Trimming Again This Season. Even the mot casual or Indifferent ob eerver of fashions could hardly fall to be aware at the dlvorstty and variety shown by the stilts designed for autumn on 1 winter wear. Coats are of any nnd every length. , They are buttoned to the throat or opened to the waist; they are double-breasted or i single-breasted and sleeves are kimono. , Tnslan or set In at the shoulder with the . regulation armhole seam. Fur Is greatly In evidence as a trim ming. Skunk appears to be a. great favor- j He, while fitch, rollnsky and raonhey are . uied for novel e...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 12 October 1914

11 EVENING T.EDGEH-PHILAPELPHI MONDAY, OCTOBER 12, 191(L BELGIAN REPORTER LEAPS INTO FAME; SCORES WAR BEATS Star Correspondents Chafe . in Capitals, but Charleroi Man Is "At Home" in Thick of News. By WILLIAM O. SHEPHERD LONDON. Oct. 12. "Floury Laure Is nt lha front, And. I must get there, too. Why ds you let him go to war An'd keep u back wlUi you?" Fleury Laure la at the front! Why can't I so there, too? It Isn't a song; It Isn't even a poem. It's a chant of woe that was Intoned by the war correspondents during certain days of the present war. Monocled Eng lish journalists, who hadn't worn ordi nary street clothes for weeks, drawled It In the War Office In London to walrus Mustached officers. Whiskered French war writers who had thrown away nil their everyday fllothos except their flowing bow ties gesticu lated It to wax-ended mustached officers and the war correspondents, who have their own ways of dressing for warfare went to the high school building whero the Belgian Governmen...

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. — 12 October 1914

MRst 38 t iys-oiff.s"'' wtwaay1 s-e'-5-J-3--- - n- 1- EVENING LEDGEft-PHILADELPHIA MONDAY. OOTOBEB 12, ,191 12 M i .5 :1 ;i m f"; BANKERS EXPECT H.Y. INSTITUTIONS WILL SHOW SURPLUS SOON Situation So Improved That Deficit May Be Wiped Out This Week Steel Dividend Prospects Good. The average statement of the New York tusoclatetl batiks did nut reflect In full the nctu.il clianget which occurred during the past week. There la the ame disposi tion now to lefrnin from malting public favorable developments n prevailed pre viously In withholding unfavorable devel opments. The degree of 'mprovement fan Tiol bo me.isuied by weekly changes, but the progress made can be best shown In ft comparison with tho figures of cIopo two months ago. Tho bank' cash holdings on August S wore SIWjSO.OUO. mid In the bank state ment on Saturday were recorded at $123, UT.noo. On August 1.". dcpoMts were 11,012, fSI.OOO, against Which deposit" of lt,D15, JTO.0OO were shown on Saturday. The loan Item shows littl...

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