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

lipppi- iii i. lijpinwjtfusajii EVENING LED&EB PHILADELPHIA', TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1914. 'ii' . ' .. . mm S GREAT THRONGS SEE SCENES IN WILMINGTON'S OLD HOME WEEK CELEBRATION GEN. H. L, SCOTT, , "MEDICINE MAN," 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 12,000 CHILDREN IN HOME WEEK PARADE , , ,rT - m mmmmtmmmmmtm MB 5 i IN SUPREME COURT ' INVOLVE EVERYONE Question of Court Decisions on Railroad Rates, Meat Inspection and "Book Trust" Among Those at Issue. 13 WASHINGTON, Oct. 13. Arguments, the decisions on which will affect vir tually every mnn, woman nntl child In the United States, were begun today be (are the United 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, and every person who pays to ride on trains, Is Interested In the case ef tho Norfolk and Western Railroad Company nga...

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. — 13 October 1914

" w imp in "nil iiinjfi i ni ' Y ti. I. G EVENING LEDGEB--PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1914. WRECK AND RUIN NOV IS THE FATE OF THE BLOOD-STAINED COUNTRIES OF EUROPE r'faJ & - 'tf 3Ct2rw v. Biwi 'Wffr y Afi&BwBL ' ' ib ' ' '- IIIM,"IIIM -.- mi " JTvTTvv. " - - e s j&waa 'e'Ttar jr -k. -n ru" .m- x;zTrm , i-.v. .-wes r.rr?.'sssssssssL f ... ... . - - ' llIPbW GERMANS CUT THEIR WAY 11 TOWARD ENGLISH CHANNEL t.iWL'illM? lrtSrR &'C-IZvSflSBS'rtIr2i!iii yMiivifPOxSSimiS Continued from I'drc One if & ! i HC TO. JJPffrf xkj rABgrTBKsgw 1tpaHfS?iqa tlents themselves are. leaving for Ene- ' rf8VI ?JlfiS4rafWW'- 'WWBBiw 'BMT 'nml ln 'nrRB numbers," said a dispatch " a? PytSTlyjf I ffi?m izZS J&uKBIFr raBfnTrftw" in (mm Ostcnd to the Mall. -r . i callffiat! fi- ' mi MBI 1 1 MfiW i lwilBI:&'fi "o ofUclal news of the fi.U of Ant- '3' ' V. .!.. ' i v t..to-.Vrt."iygt. ; ' K??OS5- THE 7?IV CUffCY BLOW iP WWLF TPAJN GffffYAf3 IYOUA0jE Wf?S GOSS7S FORTY &a0SffS &...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 13 October 1914

MERCURY CLUB TO AGAIN ENGAGE IN INDOOR CONTESTS Crack Local Organization's Members Are Resting Pre paratory to Their Dual and Closed Winter Games. Mercury Athletic Club members will bo Interested to know that the nttractlvo dual Indoor track nntl nold meets and closed affairs will ngaln be featured dur Inn the fnll and winter of 1014 and 1915. The Mercury members are now enjoying u rest after tho outdoor activities, but wilt soon start their Indoor training for the coming events. neprescntatlves of the .Middle Atlantic Association of the Amateur Athletic Union wilt have a lot of business to con duct at the annual meeting of the Na tional Amateur Athletic Union In N'ew Tmk tho third Monday In November Many Important questions which are puzzling the local ofllclals will bo straightened out. Hrry Frjekbfr. the local police sthletf, lias about regained hl confidence. A Bulled tendon presented Harry from showing hla best form In tho Jumps nnd runs the past sum mor. trjehberc Is to take p...

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

55WSK3BS JJi!"'UB'!H".WB.J)iJJ'tilii!'"Jl!"W"l nyj ijlu, J.I iu. i. u iMilUHnaHimJi. Jjl.il A I UJUIIUJIJIUU guff w nwit,"rwy " y" hmj MW JWW1Wsy- 1 jjtiiff,ry TSSS. a""; Hftpgp .frf i j",h ty " i fiy Wi rs n L' -rrrrrrr EVENING d&& LEDGER ruLIG LEDGER COMPANY ' CTnUS II K CUItTlS. Ismidiuit. Ceo. W. Ochs, Secretary; John C. Martin, Treasurers Charles II. Ludlngton, Philip S. Collin, John H. Wll llnm Directors. EDITOniAIiCOAnDt Ctnus II. K. Curtis, Chairman. f. II. WIIAtiEr Executive Miter JOHN C. itAHTIN Ocnrnl Iluslne Manager Published dally nt I'ruLio Lemhi Hullillns, Independence Square, rhtlnttelphln. t-troia CB.NTMt..., Broad and Chestnut Street! Ait.ANtlc Cut I'rM-l'nttm nnlldlnit New ToaK ,170-A. Metropolitan Tower Chicago...... 817 Home lnurnneo llulldlni! London 8 Waterloo Place. Pall Mall. S. W. NnWSBOltEAUS! Trjuimssmm IititifjiTJ The rntHol nulldlnB WjMtiNOTOv ncnrAO The Pof nulMIn New York ntinEAU..,, The Time Ilulldlng ItxaUN HRFu fiO FrledrlehstraMo Xonmn nun...

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

EVENXKG ED(MPHIE'ADEEPHIA", TUESDAY, DOOBEB 1 1W. " " .11. 11 i,)t 1 i'ti.1 i t, n. ,-i mi.' . . Ti n r. t - r , i - ii i .j-1 ,i r i i 9 SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA 1 j&fi?W t9lsK 'i&WkWFSBm IXHr&IIIIIHb.. l.??sV I if JHKl - ' dBi m 1 Ii HBMk3 :wWR) m M vM .KKB& fMWM$' MW Iff Hk Wmippw Mm I ilk wKMkklimli JW MISS IZORA Bliss Hunter's roarriairc to Dr. J. Leslie Davis will Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. MISS MAItQOT SCULL, of this city, debu tante daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Ullls Scull, wns gucflt of honor yesterday at a luncheon given In Hot Sprlnss, Va by Miss Rosalie Bloodgood, of Now York. The other guests wore Miss Cordelia Blddle, Miss Helen G. Alexander, of Tuxedo, N. Y.; W. J. Sturgls, Augler B. Duko and Brlnton Buckwaltcr, of New York. Mrs. G.' H. Whlgham chaperoned tho affair. Mrs, "William Dlsaton entertained at a box party last night In honor of her daughter, Miss 1'aullne Dlsaton. There were eight guests. Miss Dlsaton wore a dainty gown of white ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 13 October 1914

nwmiw'w.igHaweawww i--'iiiWP"tSjwrfrNp-r - ' '"'WSW'Bt?rlSjjSIP83BI -fCTMWannajfwr1 -w-v"'''?"'1 f 1 If E'. W f ' V w in A te ler E8 n t 10 I WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW THINGS ELLEN ADAIR'S ADVENTURES Her New Friend Comes to Call Upon Her and the Glamour I Lcepcns in a ivioving-r-iciure onow. I ' f XXVI. The rest of the evening passed most Iiapplly. When I said good night to my hostess, she Invited me most rordinlly to come back again. We really had pent a delightful evening, and I thanked Ihor for 't. "Vou certainty have made .a great tm prersion on my brother's friend. George Denniston." she sold, laughing. "He Is a perfectly .Icllgntful fellpw nnd has traveled everywhere I have never yet known him tnke such a sudden Interest , In any girl before. He rather dislikes women an a general rule, I think. Rut you have made a tremendous hit with Mm. I want Just to tell you one. thing, however, before ahy one alse does oh, is that you. Mr. Denniston? Tou wanted to take Mls Adair home!...

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

""pftvwpwMI 1 EVENING LEDGER PHILAPBLPHIA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1914. 11 err TERRIFIC FIGHTING MARKS CAMPAIGNS ON PRUSSIAN FRONT Both Russians and Germans Issue Counter Claims of Successful Operations in the North. SKEEBALL, ALL WEST PHILADELPHIA IS PLAYING IT GERMAN STRATEGY HAS PLACED ALLIES IN PERILOUS PLACE They Must Surrender or Be Forced Into Channel Un less Turning Movement of Foe Is Halted. In Ihls city, died at Sumtnerrlll, !'.. after a brief Illness. Ho was stricken with uraemlc poisoning last Friday and ud cumbed on the following day Doctor Doyle, a graduate, of the Franklin Col lege, Ohio, and tho Allegheny TheoIoglctJ Seminary, was pastor of the Fourth Pte byterlan Church for 10 years, and the) Falh of 8chuylklll Presbyterian Church. Special services wero conducted In the First Presbyterian Church, Summerrtlle, and the body taken to Ohio for burial. 1, rr WOUNDED CANADIAN SAYS HIS REGIMENT LOST TWO-THIRDS Private, Shot at Mons and Sent to MonNeal, Says Re inforcements W...

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

r 12 EVENING LEPGEB-PHXLADELPHIA. TUESDAY, OCTOBER T3. 1912. BRAVES HAVE CREATED FURORE IN BASEBALrWORLDBOXfNG TREATS TONIGHT PLENTY OF SPORT DELAWARE COUNTY AUTOISTS BANQUET TOMORROW EVENING Chester Armory Is to Seat Over 600 Aulomobilists and Their Friends Gay Time Is Assured. THRILL NO ME IN BAKER'S NAME, GOWDY NOW KING NATIONAL BASEBALL CHAMPIONS OF THE UNITED STATES IN 1871 FOR FISTIC FANS LOCALLY TONIGHT Fairmount Club in the City Has a Good Show and "Lew" Bailey at Norris town Also Plans a Treat. "Home-run Hank" Is Cry Now Heard in Baseball World Boston's Star Is Real Hero. m ; r I ,1 ,. u i By BEHTON BRALEY BOSTON, Oct. 13 "Tlio king Is dead long live the king" we thrill no more at Bakci's nanus Ho lonKor do his praises ring ns "master hitter of the frame"; another monarch reigns Instead and stalks triumphant to the throne, the crown of swat 13 on hi"! head Hank Govvtly rules, unmatched, olonol For when through ages we look back on stara whose fame has traveled far, not one ...

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

FINANCIAL GERMAN SUCCESSES INFLUENCE BEARISH SENTIMENT IN STOCKS Reported Fall of Antwerp, Bankers Say, Sets Back Date of Exchange Reopen ing Trading Not Active. News of the German occupation of Ant werp had an unfavorable Influence on both prlvnto and public trading In Stock Exchange and financial clrcUs today, and sentiment showed a substantial degree of depression over this event. This change was most marked In the denllngs In con tinental exchange. Ttclchsmarks which, at the end of last week woe offered at D1'4 without a nearby bid, were today In demand at 82i. the offerlnKS by foreign bankers having been withdrawn, and there was nn absenco of supply of Dutch guilders. Wheat on the Chicago Board of Trade was also strong. May option moving up oyer 1 cent and fractional gains were marie In corn and oats. The demand for short term notes which was the most favorable feature during the past week flattened out. and there was also a. cessation of buying of long time listed bonds. Most ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 13 October 1914

HMWKHM - .tS?SHsje-r 5 tjp iErttgrr SPORTS FINAL SPORTS FINAL itamtmn - tttt 3C PBICE ONE CENT VOL. 1 NO. 2G PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, -OCTOBER 13, li14. CorwonT, 10H. t inc rosLto X.dom Commwt. PHANTOM VOTERS OF TWENTY WARDS TO BE REVEALED MAN WITH MONEY WHITE-HAIRED MAN TRIED FOR HIS LIFE FOR KILLING RABBI BOARD OF INQUIRY PROBING POLICE TICKET SCANDAL SATCHEL SHOT AND ROBBED ON STREET 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. T m - fl "! e l tt t.i Mvd (Four Highwaymen Attack . Officer of Building and ff Loan Association Suspect F Held Without Bail. ,t Four highwaymen, early today, held up, ' robbed nnd seriously wounded Andrew V. Petner. treasurer of the General Casl mcr liulldlng and Loan Association, as lie was walking on Cambridge, near Orth odox stieet, canning a satchel contain i Ing considerable monei. Petner Is In the Frankford Hospital. The robbers escaped. Following t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 October 1914

mm m ipttmimmmm'1 ' ' IJ apEwpiyiwpi NIGHT EXTRA NIGHT EXTRA rtVef etmtm VOTj. I NO. 27 PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1914. PRICE ONE CENT Coprstanr, 1014, nt xnit Poblio Ledoch Commnt. ijltitntt 500,000 CHILDREN WILL PLEAD TO END TRAFFIC IN LIQUOR Sunday School Pupils in Pennsylvania Preparing Petitions to Legislature to Rid State of Alcoholism. Appeal to Lawmakers to Pro servo Health and Dignity of Commonwealth Against Rulo of King Rum. . WILLIAM U. HENSEL ILL IN JEFFERSON HOSPITAL' Ex-Attorney General Suffering From Nervous Breakdown. William V. Hcnscl, of Lancnjter, Pa., former Attorney General of Pennsylvania, Is In the Jefferson Hospital suffering from a nervous breakdown. Whllo he Is not In a serious condition, It was saltl nt the hospital today the well-known attorney was In need of absolute rest, nnd would remain there for several days. Mr. llensel came to the hospital n week ago. Ilia relatives will say nothing about his condition beyond the fact that ho Is heie tor...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 October 1914

..ujiiqi, Tl.v., .t n.u.(ir'vitf a-- t w- A m EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1014. MUCH MOOTED TRAP QUESTION MAY BE SETTLED SATURDAY Four-Comered White Flyer Match at Manoa Has Trapshooting Advocates , Very Much Interested. MACK'S FORMER CHAMPIONS ARRIVE HOME An agreement for a four-cornered white flyer match was made at the Eagle Oun Club between Chnrles Diddle and George linger, of this city, and Anthony Felix nd Bed Redmond, of Manoa. The shont will bo hold Saturday. They will meet In 60-blrd race, each gunner to shoot at 15. The contest will be held on the Mann.i shooting grounds and will be a test of youth versus the veteran. These mnn met before, but the ending was unsatis factory to all. Indications are that the target shoot planned by the Independent Gun Club members at Holmesburg J unction next Friday In honor of Fred Stone, the noted thesplnn, playing with "Chln-Chln" at one of the local theatres, wilt bo a suc cess In every way. A number of pro fessio...

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. — 14 October 1914

$iin'"cp$4gi fj!9l,,W EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA', WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER M IQIS. 3 SUSPECTED SHIPS SAILING FROM HERE SEIZED BY BRITAIN PENROSE WORKERS SOUGHT TO DEPRIVE ' ARTIST OF BALLOT SUFFRAGE DISPUTE THREATENS SPLIT IN STATE FEDERATION Question Divides Interest in Clubwomen's Convention With Attack on Governor Tener. PROMINENT FIGURES AT THE CONVENTION OF STATIONERS Ostensibly Laden With Car go for Scandinavia, But Believed to Have Been Destined for Germany. Proof Given Registration Commissioners That Man's . Name Was Twice Crossed Off Assessor's List. ) Efforts of Penrose supporters to pre vent Jesse Anderson, an Artist, 1230 lo cust street, from setting on tho legisla tion list proved futile today, when the ' Heglstratlon Commissioners at City Hall learned the real facts. It was shown that Registrars McCarthy and Watts, two workers, refused to register Anderson on the ground that he had not lived long nough In the division In which lives Sen ator Penrose. Frederick S. Drake, co...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 October 1914

r-in.inym,-!,, fwg mi jr"irwCTWiwl r4 VBNINGLEDGEE PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, OOTOBEB U, 1M. HbmmB'vm 3,000,000 IN CLASH AS TITANIC BATTLE RAGES AT WARSAW Russians Face Austro-Ger- man Invaders With Furious ' Resistance Along Exten- ( ALLIES TAKE YPRES AS LEFT IS PUSHED - INTO BELGIAN SOIL SCENES IN NEUTRAL COUNTRIES OF EUROPE ' I .Town 33 Miles From Os tend Has Been Taken by French and British, "Paris Officially Announces. PAIUS. Oct 14. That the flunking movement of tho Allies' left wing la making marked (tains I la Indicated by an olllolat statement Is ! sued here this afternoon. It states that tho Belgian town of Yproe, which Is ' S7 miles northwest of Lltlo and 33 miles I southeast of Ostend, has been occupied by British and French troops. This announcement, which Is tho first i official statement that has mentioned I English troops as operating In this sec tion, shows that the Allies' left wing has extended Its range of work from 1'rance Into Belgium. The official statement foll...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 October 1914

rw i wni EVENING LEDGEB-PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1014. 'S JM J !!4t l"1' " W'lPqPi fiZAR THANKS JEWS FOR FIRM LOYALTY IN TIME OF CRISIS New Page of History Being Written by Mars Pen, Says Savant Accompany ing Russian Army. LONDON, Oct. 14. Czar Nicholas, of Russia, personally thanked a deputation of Jews for tholr attitude In the war during a recent visit the Emperor made to Vllna. This Is made known In a narrative written by l'rof. Bernard Pares, head of the Depart ment of Russian Llteratute, LanKuagc and History at the University of Liver pool, who Is accompanying tho Russian Armies. The narrative was mado public today by tho Government Press Bureau, tell ing of the arrival of tho Invited Journal ists at tho Ilusslan headquarters. Pro fessor Pares says: "Wo were lnvltqd to lunch and dinner with tho General ' Staff on their restau rant cor. A notlco posted In this forbids handshaking under a flno of thrco pence, which Is plven to tho fund for tho wounded. Among tho part...

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. — 14 October 1914

V4 O- Of ! ' r I f itrr. ? C I i. at. 4 . i; AY Wvd - BRUMBAUGH CLAIMS GREAT VICTORY AT POLLS NEXT MONTH Republican Nominee for Governor Tells Audience Outlook Is Encouraging. Scott Foresees 100,000 Majority in Philadelphia. FtlEErOtlT, m , Oct II -Dr. Mai tin Q. Brumbaugh, fiepubllcan nominee for Goernor, anil Ills parly, consisting of Henry Houclt. nominee for Secretary of Internal Affalis. John R. K. Scott ami Colonel ThtmiH M. Cra so. iwmliices 'or j Ocnsrcssmtn-at-haise. ncrompanlcd l , utlur polltkans A lesser title nrnxeil : here shoitlv after P o'clock tli' mmnlni One hour later n large open-air meetini! was held in front of the Central Hotel during which the nominees mad short addresses. A large delegation of prominent citi zens, Ineludlne Fred Turner, former Assemblyman, and Dald Young, State mine inspoctor, were on hand to escort the party to the Central Hotel, where each of the nominees spoke to the laige crowd which gathered to welcome them. In his talk Doctor Brumbaugh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 October 1914

EVENING LEDGEK-PHIIiADEI-PHIA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 10U. DANOED INTO FAME ATFODR.SHELEADS I BALLET AT SIXTEEN Little. Miss Miller Never Had a Lesson and Calls Terpsichorean Life Easy, If One Sleeps a Lot. Flxtecnyear-old Miss Morllynn Stiller her real, "rlghty" name, If you please Is the premiere danseuie In the divertisse ment In "The rawing Show of 1914," and does some clever Imitating to boot. She lias never seen Anna I'avlowa, or even the Vernon Catties, for that mat ter. Moreover, she lias rtever taken a dancing lesson In her life, and yet at nn age "Vhen moat girls are, only Just mak-lug- up their mind's whether the game Is worth the climb, sho has arrived well toward the top of the ladder of her chosen career. Quaint, demure and modest, with none of the proverbial earmarks of the actress, she suggests tho bread-and-butter miss fresh from tho confines of some young ladles' finishing school rather than tho llltlo ballet dancer In tarlotan and tights. who nightly hops up on he...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 October 1914

kH pJSS3ggi r-$Hi3FV-ii&p'&ltP6 ' .JY - EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, CKyrOBEtt 14, 1914. mJ.' I M u EVENING tH$$ LEDGER PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY CYIIUS H. K. CTJUTIS, PnKStDBXT. Oeo. W. Ochs. SeereUry: JAhn C. Martin, Treasurer: Chrle It. Ludlngton. Philip S Collins. John B. Wil Horns, Directors. EDITORIAL BOARD: Circs H. K. Ccrtis, Chairman r. n. WHAt,KV Executive EJllor JOHN C. MARTIN General Business Manager Published dally at Pcnuo Ltccta Bulldlns. Independence Square, Philadelphia Ltnout Cimui . . .Broad and Chestnut Streets Atlantic Citt presi-Vnton Itulldlns New YoaK 1J0-A. Metropolitan Tower Cmcioo S17 Home Insurance. HulMlns Ujndo-j 8 Waterloo Place, Pall Mall, S3. W. XEW8 BUREAUS : (tABitiSBCKO Brume.... The Patriot Building Wvmiinoton Bcnuc . The Post Building Nfcw York BrEc The Times Bulldlns BrRiis Bi nnxr no Frledrlchstrnsse f.ovnoN uvimt 2 Pall Mall Eatt. S. V. Paris Bureac 32 Rue Louis le Oraml subscription terms By carrier. DirLT 0ti, six cents By ma...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 October 1914

EVENING LEDGER PHIL'ADEEPHIA", WEDNESDAY, OOTOBEB 14, 1014. 0 SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA MR. AND MIIS. A. JUDSON STITES, of 360 Pelham toad, announce the engage ment of their daughter, Miss Anne Notting ham Stltes, and Murbcrt Graft Sldcbottom, bom of Mr. and Mra. William Sldebottom, of 6536 Wayne avenue. Miss Stltes will entertain at bridge this after noon at her home. Among the guests will bo Mlfl Mary Humphroys, whoso marriage to Harold George Paine will take place Wednes day, Oetober 13. Commandant W. S. Benson, V. 8. N., and Mrs. Benson are entertaining Miss Randall, of Annapolis, Md., at their homo In the navy yard. A marrlago license was Issued today to Miss Virginia Norrls Harrison, daughter of Mitchell Harrison, and Albert Lawrenco Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward B. Smith. The wedding will take place next Saturday. Card havo been Issuod by Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J, Latta, of 33th and Spruce streets, for a tea at which they will Introduce their daughters, Miss Eliz...

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

;teasfff cmMnVPn M&BB1K3 ' ft iff 10 EVENING LEDGEB PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER U, 1914. WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON K MODES OF THE HOUR Bewildering Array Shown in the Shops Ruche a i in- r-1 f I t i', f i M:. I fef ELLEN ADAIR'S ADVENTURES She Goes to Stay With Pleasant Friends, Who Take Her to a Gay Little Dinner Party, XXVllt. The advice that had been tendered me by New England's spinster lllled me -with a strange disquiet Yet why should I be affected In the least by any such gratul tou Information? No doubt It was per fectly two. A man of such attractive ness as Mr. Dennlston could win hearts wherever he chose. This -wealthy girl to whom he was reputed engaged was very lucky and In my heart I really tried to wish her happiness. Sincerity toward oneself Is very hard. Wei women hate to acknowledge such things as envy or Jealousy. Yet this In formation that had been suddenly thrust upon me hurt mo In a vague, blind way. What was the ...

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