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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 12 October 1914

re-if itee, 4i EVENING LEDaEB--PHILADELPHIA- MONDAY, OOTOBEB 12 jgl 13 athletTcs have uphill fight nov-sutton-schaefer billiard test tonight : : i" ' : I . . . f ....r , -rr w n iTttTTATI T IflTTr TIRITIrl POLICE ATHLETES MACKS WRECKABLE SPORT ACTIVITY ONE OF NORTHEAST'S GRIDIRON STARS CITY BILLIARD OLYMPIA A. A, HAS BOSTON IMPECCABLE, , SO GOES THE RHYME Brayes in Leading Forlorn NOTICED AT THE GERMANT01N CLUB Basketball and Soccer Now Popular Pastimes Among the Boys of the Boys' Club at That Centre. FANS TO ENJOY TREAT TONIGHT GOOD BOXING BILL ARRANGED TONIGHT PLAN MERRY TIME END OF THIS WEEK Champions George Sutton and "Young Jake Schaef er to Demonstrate 14.1 Balk-line Skill at Allinger's Star Bout Brings "Joe" Bor rell, This City, and "Italian Joe" Gans, of Brooklyn. Other Good Fights. Friday and Saturday An nual Track and Field and Boxing Carnival to Be Held at National Ball Park Hope Disproved the Ex pert Dope and All Are Now Chock Full of Hope. v IKf "" ill .a By BARTON BRAL...

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. — 12 October 1914

IWaH -t ffieiWr NIGHT EXTRA PRICE ONE CENT NIGHT EXTRA VOL. 1 NO. L5 PULLADELPHIA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1014. cortttanT, 1014, i tn rcstto Liiat Countir. 4r1tittfltft jAAi ! n: H r f PrCKLE FANDOM NOW RABID IN SUPPORTING CONNIE MACK ETAL. Those Disinterested When Team Tumbled All Before It, Become Fervent Sup porters. MUSK Fickle fnndom rushed through Us work In Philadelphia today prepaiatory to a descent nn score boards throughout the city this afternoon to follow, play by play, the effort of the aroused Athletics to crush Boston's Braves. The same fans who Rave little or no support to the Mauling Mackmen when the team was tumbling all before It In the American League, are today the most rabid sup porters of Connie Mack et at. Few l'hlladclphlans seem to doubt that the Mackmen will oppose the 13ravo3 again In this city. Confidence In the hit ting power of the Athletics seems not to havt. suffered at all from the two de cisive defeats administered the team. Should Boston take two mor...

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. — 13 October 1914

wPB SMtger NIGHT EXTRA NIGHT EXTRA Cuenma PRICE ONE CENT -1 - iTt fa i VOL. I-NO. 26 PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1014. CorlBIOIIT, 1014, Bf TUB PUBLIC LEDOEB COMMNT. 5 ITATC17P rTTTQ PAAR TOWARD COAST AS ALLIES LOSE LILLE &tv tr 'm 3 r "'irnirr- 'w M'1 ""'""""" ' i. 1TL. . ' Germans Approach Ostend After Captur ing Ghent and Bombarding Bruges. French and British Driven From Town After Weeks of Fighting. Official Paris Announcement Says Invad ers Have Been Driven Back South of Arras, at the Centre and Along Meuse. Verdun Again Assaulted. LONDON, Oct. 13. The lines arc slithering for a general engagement along the, banks of tho River I-iVH, tho reinforced Allies against the German army which Is attempting an encircling movement toward Ostend and tho coast. Although not ofllclally confirmed by the Press Bureau there Is no doubt hero of the truth of the repotted occupation of Ghent by tho German forces. Tho city Is only 12 miles southeast of Loko ron, where It was known that ...

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. — 13 October 1914

WpBKW 3W Wp-un&wpn rrw IV l I m i'i .1 1-.' LVfi fl pt -when Ihey return tc the bench. Such 1 antic as ''itnhblt" Mnranvllle cut on the first-base coaching line In the tenth yes terday were probably never seen before on ft ball field. He did his best to worry B'Jsh by yelling, screaming, leap ing In the air, waving his cat), throw Ins himself on the ground, and, plowing up lards of dirt ns he ran, slid nnd fell about the Held. The Athletics showed to better advan tage yesterday than during any game of the series. Hut they arc playing doggedly 'ns thotlgh In drspointlon, and not with tho dash and Mro nf confidence. AMOS STKUNK OUT OK GAME. Amos Strtink will be out of the Athletic llnc-up today and during tile reinnlnlng games that may be played. Strilnk trained his head 111 some way and It Is bndly swollen. Walsh took his place In tcntrctlcld yctltrdny. Strunk connected for two hits In the first game of the torlcs, but was not much satisfaction to the team In the second, ."timing...

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. — 13 October 1914

ONE DEAD JWO HURT DURING BRAWL IN SHENANDOAH SALOON &fter Running Battle on Culm Bank, Police Cap ture Men Who Figured in Stabbing. SHENANDOAH, Pn., Oct. 13.-As the result of a frcc-fof-nit fight In the saloon ci Domlnlck Salnmlnsky, Alex Zucufsky lies dead and Anthony Chenerccky Is In the State Hospital, at Fountain Springs, wltb two stab wounds In the back and ene hand almost severed. John Chernn iky In also a patient at the same hos pital, wUh twoy stb wounds In the back. About It o'clock last night Chief of J'ollce Cnntlln, Captain of I'ollce Man ley, Lieutenant Itlnghelser and omcer Tempest answered, a hurried call fiom West Cherry street. On their arrival at the saloon they found n smalt riot In progress, the result of an argument, Seven men Med when tho police appeared. Arriving" at the colliery, they turned and fired four shott nt the policemen, then ran up tho culm bank, closely pur sued by the ofllcors, who called on them to halt. Attor a chase of about a mile tho men ...

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. — 13 October 1914

jffw riiii.ini i - " .-vF. " Tj-gMFSf. 1Oiisy'jff'-Sylffji j"Ki M-t Jlarllii jiiTn ii fill EVENING LEDGEB-PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY OCTOBER 13, 10U. .. , J - - i - t r ' i-i .hiiiiimii. m jm M H r m DR. BRUMBAUGH SAYS ONLY LIARS DENY HE ! IS FOR LOCAL OPTION Candidate Puts Brand on ' Those Who Wilfully Mis represent His Stand on the Liquor Question. AIVrOONA. Pa. Oct 13 Hlalr CountV thta morning heird fir Mm tin O Hrum bnugh, lht Republic m nomliieo for Gov ernor, reaffirm Ills fnlth In loenl option, rand ns liars nnv who mioreprcsont him on the liquor eiiicitlnn. declare tint tip rtootl ttneiitilvocnllv pledged to the paps ngo of a local option law In Pennoylvntiln and assert that he would not flinch on tjils great moral issue More than n pcoro of formrr Washington pnrtv men M once pledged Doctor Brumbaugh their votes and theh support Dr. Brumbaugh wan buck among the home foiKx. iiiro enough, when he toured the southern end of Hlnlr Countv today, everywhere he went he was met bv rela t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 13 October 1914

EVMING LEDGIim-PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY. OOTOBEft 13, 1914, SCENES IN WILMINGTON'S OLD HOME WEEK CELEBRATION GEN, H. L. SCOTT, j "MEDICINEMAN," ! TO BE ARMY'S HEAD Officer Whose Influence Over Indians Has Given Him Fame, in Line for Ap pointment as Chief of Staff. ARGUMENTS BEGUN GREAT THRONGS SEE 12,000 CHILDREN IN HOME WEEK PARADE School Pageant Feature? Second Day of Celcbratioi at Wilmington Costume? Are Unique. IN SUPREME COURT INVOLVE EVERYONE i Question of Court Decisions on Railroad Rates, Meat Inspection and "Book Trust" Among Those at Issue. WASHINGTON, Oct. .-Arguments, the decisions on which will affect vir tually every twin, woman and child In the United States, were begun today bo fore the I'nlted States Supremo Court. As an Illustration, every owner of rail road stocks or bonds In the country, and every person Interested In State taxation questions, nnd every person who pays to rldo on trains. Is Interested In the case of the Norfolk nnd Western ltallroad Company against...

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

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 13 October 1914

W) STRUGGLE PLANNED i BY ALLIES IN 1906, GERMANY STATES Kaiser's Staff Declares Bel gian Archives Show De tails of Campaign Were Arranged Eight Years Ago BKRLIN, Oct. 13 As long ago as 1906 llngland and Bel glum had worked out military and naval plans In sase Germany should ever in vade Belgium, according to a statement given oat by the German General Head quarters This statement Is based upon reports found In the archives of the Belgian Gov ernment nt Brussels. Theso reports detail a plan by which the English were to land an expeditionary army In Belgium, which was to be fed and transported In Belgium and to bo nerved by Belgian spies nnd Interpreters. The report of the German General Hondquarttrs follows: "German military authorities, search ing the archives of Hie Belgian General ritaff at Brussels, discovered a portfolio Inscribed "KngllBh Intervention In Bet glum,' which contains some Important documents. "One of these Is a report to tho. nel. glan Minister of War, dated April ...

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

EP rTwrTTiM P.;IJ!iUl...., ill, i 8 EVEKIKG LEBaBBHILADELPHIA; flTTESDAY, OCTOBER 13, lpi3. mi ,tft ? km r 4 k Br .'ts i! 1 EVENING tgfiSb LEDGER PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY CTntIS I!. K. CUUTIS, rMSlDBNT. - C. W Ocht, SrtiT! John C. Martin, Trmnuren Cimrles II, Llidlnston, Nilllp S. Collins, John D. Wit Um. Director. EDiTontAi noAnix Circs If K. Ccrtis, Chalrmiin. Ml. WIIALET Exfcullvn rMlter TOnMd, MAtlTIN.... 0nrnl Hunlncdii Maniurer Published dully at Pcbuc I.trxini Building, Indpndnce Square, rhtlartelphln. t-CTOim Cemtiial,.., ,,,.,,, nrond nnd Chestnut PtrfMi ATtlUTto Cur.. ....... Prras-Unlon ntilldlnit Nw Yoillc, .,..... 170-A. Metropolitan Tower Cnieiao,..,,,,. 817 Home Insurance Hulldlng LoDOH.4.....,.,.8 Waterloo riace. Tall Mall. 8. W. NEWSDOHEAUSt RAmtttsctn BtmRAt'...... The Tolrlof nulMlnir WxaiftfBTnw nnnvtn., The Pnt ltulldlnv Nrw Tonic ncxciD The Times llulldlnc RxRMn Butj .,..,.. W Frlei!rlehtraen LoHBOIf BrjnitAD..., 2 Tall Mall East. B. V. ruts liDBUD,..,,,,, 32 Ilua...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 13 October 1914

ituuw. jl tmmmmim PHP lu iw wijjflPBP BVENIM nTO-naTOB-PHIIiAPBIiPHIA, T-TJESPAY, OOTOBBB 13JC01 0 i M ISS JIAIttiOT SCULL-, oC this city, tlclm- tniitc (laughter of Jtr,.,nnl Mrs. William Mils Scull, was guest oC honor yesterday nt ft -luncheon Riven In Hot Springs, Va by Miss Kosalie Bloodsood, of New York. The other Rucsts were Miss Cordelia Hldtllc, Miss Helen G. Alexander, of Tuxedo, N. Y.; W. J. Sturgls, Auglcr I). Duko nnil Hrlntnn Huckwalter, of New York. Mrs. Ci. II. Wlilgham chaperoned the affair. Mrs. William Dlsston entertained nt a box party Inst night In honor of her daughter, Miss Pauline Dlsston. Thero were eight guests. Miss Dlsston wore a dainty gown of white eatln, veiled In tulle. The long basqucd bodlco uns formed of layers of satin folds, nnd was finished with n narrow girdle of sea-blue satin, which was finished with short ends. Two narrow straps formed the shoulders, and tho rleevcs were entirely of while tulle nnd very short. Tho skirt of tho gown was mnde w...

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

F l II' ssoo m KtTqf-''wi'WtJ''f' fj -ri wr- (.va. iii 10 EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1914. WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON v w. -I Iff r , 111 B It1' ' m I i S My- i ELLEN ADAIR'S ADVENTURES Her New Friend Comes to Call Upon Her and the Glamour Deepens in a Moving-Picture Show. XXVI. The rest of tho ovonltig passed moat happily. When I said Rood night to my hostess, she Invited me most cordially , to come back again. We really had pent n delightful evening, and t thanked "her for 't "You certainly have made a great lm prcfslon on mv brother's friend. Oeorge Dennlston," she snld, lnilghlng. "Ho In a perfectly drlUntful fellow and hits traveled everywhere, t have never yet known him take such a sudden Interest In any Rlrl before. Ho rather dislikes it omen as a Rcneial rule, I think, ltut you have made a tremendous lilt with htm. 1 want Just to tell you one thing, however, before any otie else does oh. Is that you, Mr. Dennlst...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 13 October 1914

WOUNDED CANADIAN SAYS HIS REGIMENT LOST TWO-THIRDS w Private, Shot at Mons and Sent to Monacal, Says Re inforcements Were De layed. MONTHEAL, Oct. is. Tho first wounded Canadian from the war stone, Private Joseph tiny, of the Cameron HlBhlHiHiers. hns nrrlvcd line. Ho was phot throimh a Iiihr near Mons. JIo was n rcseivlat of tho Cnmcron HIkIi lnnders, nml linn hccii a resilient of C'al B.,ry. Last .July ho went to Perth, Scot land, to visit his itrnnilfntlipr When th declaration of war came on August 4 liny nrnt to Kdlnbui'Bli Casllo to report. "I had lint illy Kot my uniform on," ho days, "heforo we Wero rntralned. A fev days later wo nrilved at Ostend and truin there went to Mons. "On AtlKUst 21 we were given orders to prepare for fighting, and the next day, about noon, the enemy nttacUcd Mons. "We were told that Turcos were going to support us on the right and tho Bel gians on the left, hut wo did not see any thing of them for the next four days. I don't tememljor much nbr.ttt w...

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. — 13 October 1914

32' EVENING EBDaBBPHIIgjPELPHlA TUESDAY, )OTOBEB 131014 . L BRAVES HAVE" CREATED "FURQRE"IN 'BASEBALL VORLD-BOXING TREATS TONIGHT - - . ... " " ' ' "" " i "BRILL NO MORE IN BAKER'S NAME, GOWDY NOW KING DELAWARE COUNTY AUTOISTS BANQUET TOMORROWEVENING Chester Armory Is to Seat Over 600 Automobilists and Their Friends Gay Time Is Assured. PLENTY OF SPORT NATIONAL BASEBALL CHAMPIONS OF THE UNITED STATES IN 1871 FOR FISTIC FANS LOCALLY TONIGHff w "Home-run Hank" Is Cry Now Heard in Baseball World Boston's Star Is Real Hero. Fairmount Club in the Citl Has a Good Show and ! I ! r lk vr- . a ' tu 4 sr i r M By BERTON BBALEY BOSTON, Oct. 13 "Tlic king Is dead long' live the king" we thrill no more At Baker's iinme; no longer do his prnlses ling ns "master hitter of the game", ajiothrr monarch rclBns Instead and stalks triumphant to the throne, tho crown of sunt Is on his head Hank Gowtlv rules, unmatched, alone' For when thiotish ages wo look back j on stais whose fame has traveled far, not...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 13 October 1914

iiwijuiwuiimiuMmmni EVENING LBDeBR-PHILAPBLPHIA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13 J 13 FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL SITUATION AT HOME AND ABROAD-MARimREPORTS f 'INFLUENCE BEARISH SENTIMENT IN STOCKS Reported Fall of Antwerp, Bankers Say, Sets Back Date of Exchange Reopen ing Trading Not Active. N'cws of the Gorman occupation of Ant werp Had in unfavorable Influcnco (in both private mid public traillmr In Stock Uxchmwe nnd financial clicks todny, and sentiment showed a subxtnntlnl degree of depression over this event, This cIuiuko was most marked In Urn dealings In con tinental pxc1ifim?e. Itclchsmarks which, nt the end of Inst. week wcro offered nt r'4 without n nenrby bid, were today In demnnd nt 62(4, the offerings by foreign bankers lmvlnR been withdrawn, nnd there wns mi nbsenco of supply of Dutch pullders. vVlieat on the Chicago Hoard of Trade tuis also Btronff, May option' moving up over 1 cent and fractional gains were made In corn and oats. Tho demand for short term notes which was tho most ...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 13 October 1914

"fc,T A"1" y-X1" T" .-tJtffi'MiR'g.arwjUBs 'siiar i Huj..NjJN fll'itfTiiiiirEr iCrtiaer NIGHT EXTRA NIGHT EXTRA PRICE ONE CENT VOL. 1-XO. 'JG PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER IS, V14' Corir.taiiT, JOH, nr nir Pcntio LrnoBii CoMriNt. PHANTOM VOTERS MAN WITH MONEY SATCHEL SHOT AND ROBBED ON STREET WHITE-HAIRED MAN TRIED FOR HIS LIFE FOR KILLING RABBI "" fnly BRYAN MAKES PLEA FOR PEACE BEFORE AUDIENCE OF 12,000 Impressive Demonstration in Which Secretary of State and Oscar S. Straus De plore Evils of War. BOARD OF INQUIRY PROBING POLICE TICKET SCANDAL ... i ..I-', n rft II Four Highwaymen Attack Officer of Building and Loan Association Suspect Held Without Bail. Four hlshwnymen, early today, held up, robbed anil ncrlously wounded Audrey '. Pettier, treasurer of the General Oitsl in pi- UttlUll npr and Loan Association, as he wus walking on Cambridge, near Orth odox street, cnrrylng n, satchel contain ing considerable money. Petner In In the Frntikforil Hospital. Tile robbers escaped, Fol...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 13 October 1914

wvmlWJW 'l'BWiilWiiiiP''11-"" SS mebatr SPORTS FINAL Cwntnn SPORTS FINAL V PRICE ONE CENT VOL. I NO. 20 PHIIiADlMPHIA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1014. Corimanx, I9H, st rnn Pctuo Lemhi Compani. BRAVES WIN, 3 TO 1, , ANNEXING TITLE AS WORLD CHAMPIONS slap's!.! jpni1 w$iEE!B&SSS5mSmqBJBi ALLIES LOSE LILLE; GERMANS' RUSH ON OSTEND UNCHECKED Invaders Force Way Nearer Coast in Belgium and Northwestern France After Occupying Ghent Bruges Under Severe Bombardment. Paris States Kaiser's Forces Have Been Driven Back Between Arras and Lille, and at Centre Verdun-Toul Line of Forts Again Assailed. LONDON, Oct. 13. German forces, sweeping across Bel gium toward Ostend, still are un checked. Bruges Is reported bom barded and Ghent has been occupied. Bruges Is 14 mllosfrom Ostend. . Official announcement from Paris ndmlts tho Germans have captured Lille, where fighting has been continual for almost two weeks. French claim euccesses In other parts of the line. Reinforced Allies continue to con cent...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 13 October 1914

""O -ia-3 feppyny"1- mi mlrm&mmi'1'' '4hf4INfetWJ' '' 1 Hip mj ttrMlon which the police seemed to enjoy sa much ns the leval public. The band had shitted Its base today. It moved Around from the rear of first base to a point back of the left Held foul line and between third base nnd the fence. It was a position of some nat urnt strength, but was exposed to the enniading Are of right-handed hitters. But they were a gamo crowd those music men. The white baseballs tore up turf Around them flashed through them, busted a flute and otherwise cut them, but not a man flinched. A It was after 1 o'clock when the Ath letics finally tore themselves away from Ban Johnson and came out on tho field. The Macks hammered at rlRhthtidcJ ehoots during their batting practice in prparatlon for Rudolph. Oldrlng. who has yet to get a hit In the series, planted one In the left field bleachers. The National Commission and the clubs split up the money for the remaining games, If there are any. "FITZ" IN r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 13 October 1914

ONE DEAD, TWO HURT i DURING STABBING IN SALOON BRAWL fter Running Battle on Culm Bank, Police Cap ture Men Who Figured in : Small Riot. SHU.VAN'DOAH, Pn Oct. 13.-As the result of n frocifor-all light In tlio saloon of Domlnlck Salnmlnsky, Alex Zucufaky lies (lend nml Anthony Chenerecky Is In the State Hospital, at Fountain SprltiRs, with two stab wounds In the back and pne hand almost severed. John Cherne sky In also a patient ot the eamo hos Xltnl, with two stab wounds In the back. About 11 o'clock last night Chief of Follce Cantlln, Cnptaln of Pollco Man lej, Lieutenant Illnshelser and Officer Tempest answered a hurried call fiom ,"Vosl Cherry street. On their arrival at the saloon they found a small riot In progress, the result of an argument. Seven men lied when the police appeared. Arriving at the colliery, they turned nd fired four shots at the policemen, then ran up the culm bank, closely pur eed by the ofltccrs, who called on them to halt. After a chase of about a mile the m...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 13 October 1914

ntrJH""" BWBWWmiSi!"i?f,w ?"-pi -pp--6- - -s'!?r8 I n t Y t i '! ' j f I " ' I M . BR. BRUMBAUGH SAYS ONLY LIARS DENY HE I IS FOR LOCAL OPTION Candidate Puts Brand on Those Who Wilfully Mis- , represent His Stand on the Liquor Question, ALTOONA, Va . Oct. 13.-Ulftlr County tills mornltiK heard 1 r Martin G. Brum--bnugh, the Republican nominee for Gov ernnr, reafflrm Ills faith In local option, brnnd as liars any who misrepresent lilni on the liquor question, declare that ho stood itnequlvocallj ptedged to the pass age of a local option law In Pennsylvania and assert that Iv would not (linen on this Rreat moral Issue. Mote than u score of former Washington patty men nt once pledged roctnr Brumbaugh their otes and their support. Or. Brumbaugh as hack ntnong the home foiks, sure enough, when he toured the southern end of Mntr fuuit today; everywhere he went r was met by rela tives and friends who addressed hlni famllluily as "Martin" Thes, plain, big hearted, sincere people were glad t...

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