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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 15 September 1914

1C- EVENIKG liEDGEH-PHMADBL'PHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 19l. f ATTORNEY, A GREEK, SAYS U. S. SHOULD PROTEST TO TURKEY Fiicnd of Consul Tsakonas Here Declares Abroga tion of Treaties Concerns Safety of Americans. Eotcrlos Nicholson, of Washington, D. C., ft Greek attorney and student of In ternational law, who Is visiting In Phila delphia, today told how the abrogation of the treaties by Turkey was of vital concern to the United States since by (hat action the safety of every foreign resident In that country was threatened, Including thousands of missionaries and other Americans who make their per manent homo there. Mr. Nicholson was nt the office of Aristotle Tsakonas, the Greek Consul here. He Is a personal friend or Consul Tsakonas, and on his way to New York stopped off here to visit tho official. "I do not think," ho said, "that the drnincance of the capitulations made years ngo by Turkey and now abrogated It generally appreciated. Under them foreign residents In Turkey have ha...

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. — 15 September 1914

6 spSSW EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 191.' a j i The Future of Advertising The Nineteenth, and Last, in a Series of Talks on Advertising It would be interesting and easy,but entirely futile, to make sweeping predictions about the future of advertising. Men hardly have the temerity to speculate upon the future of the law of gravity, or of the fourth dimension. The law upon which advertising rests is, no less than these, immutable, and its effect, for good or bad, is largely dependent upon the degree to which men understand it and the uses to which they turn their knowledge of it. 1 THE future of advertising is in separably interwoven with the whole future of commerce and industry. Any prophecy would have to take into account the probable development of our whole national life. But there are many tendencies, already observable, which seem to indicate impor tant progress, and which are likely to in fluence profoundly the business of the next few decades. ,. First...

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. — 15 September 1914

3 EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 10T& f. EDUCATION TOUR TO AID FOREIGN TRADE PLANNED BY ROAD Lchigh Valley Will Send Experts On South Ameri can Business to Manufac turers Along Its Line. ! TOItK, Sept ii. Ths Lehtgh vllv Hflllroad Company has mndo up Id mind that If the manufacturers along l line do not boneJlt by the trade op--.-...iHa nt the United States In South America and other foreign countries It will not be IU fault Within 1118 UKAl WU U0 OJJC1.1UI 1..1 trill leave una city, un uuaru ;L. ,riil be men thoroughly versed In south American trade requirements. This fpeclal train will stop first nt v..tnn. Pa., and thoro tinder tho auspices JJUO.V. nM HH . of the c.nrimoer ul uiuiiien.u i ouuiu other association of business men the X!iratlon will explain Just what South America wants, how It wants It, when It wants It. how It wants It sent and how It wants to pay for It. FDtlowlns tho mooting In Easton tho train will stop at Allenton-n. Dethlohem, 'Wllltes...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 15 September 1914

a.HM m.M wz.:: -.----. -jl,., ijWWiMWg aaam'miM r 8 EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1914. EVENING ai&) LEDGER PUBLIC LKDGEK COMPANY OVnt'fl II K. OVRTIS. rnrsiDFAT . John Orihhel. Vice Presidents 0v W Oihs.Srctry: John C. Martin. Treasurer. CM tie H I.uiilngton. Philip S. Collins, John V Wllllsim Oliwtors EDlTOtlTAt. nOUU): Crsrs n. K Ct ti, Chairman. r. tt. wiiAMar ntwutiv iMimr JOHXC MARTIN.. . . . . .Tctonernl llnaine' Manager Published dally at PrM.ie I.fpiier lliUMlng. tndependenco Square, rhlla.lelpnln MtnoKR Cnvriut, Uro.vl and CMMn-it S reel Atlantic Cm prrts-vnton Hijllalng Nr.w Took 170-A. Melo"' ljer OntcAoo SIT Home 'njnrniic' 'iin.umr LoxnoN 8 Waterloo place. Pall Mali. . w IfARBtdnCRO BCRK4D The PofHjl tt"'Jj5g WAMtiMiToi ncRMD The rase J n M w Vork ncntJAU The Tm. NKUainR I.ONM.V HCRtAD 2 Pall Mall tt. s. V. IMnis IltJRgAC A2 Hue Louts 1 Uraml sfBcnipnoN Ttn.M" fly carrier, UAitr Ost-t, six rents. By mall. pnetpald eutslde of Philadelphia, eeep...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 15 September 1914

EVENING IiBDGBB BHILABEJliPHIA, TUBS-DAY, SEPCTMBER Ifr, IQJ -I SOCIAL LIFE IN CITY AND NEARBY TOWNS CLASSIC DANCER A BRIDE TODAY Miss Gemma A. d'Auria, well known in the younger set in West Philadelphia, who will become the bride of Dr. Percy H. Houston, ol Austin, Tex., tonight. MISS EDITH M. BATL.Y, dniiRhtcr of Fred erick L. Bally, of Clovorton, Ardmoro, and a Bister of Miss Theodate L. Bally, will bo Introduced at a tea which will bo given by her father Saturday afternoon, October 17, from 4.80 until 7 o'clock. Mr. and Mis. Charles Winter Bally will Intro durc tholr daughter, Miss Molly W. Bally, nt r ten which they will give nt their country place, Itnsslevyn, Strafford, on the afternoon of October ti. This will piobably bo an ont-of-doois affair If the weather will permit, and Mr. and Mrs. Bally havo planned to have music during the reception. Miss Edith Bally and MIjs Molly Bally are first cousins. An engagement of interest to this city and New York, which has been announced...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 15 September 1914

MB jMyggSgyggIFril "aBjiWWKJTWlWfrr-' T"- 'ap-wn t"nfW& iW,r7m.f T - t-r-1- Tmr.-.T- - . - ry -s. I "UN? ' z EVENING LEBGER-PHILADELPaiA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBEB IS, 191 -wriitmi Za-J - - i fc. . B AT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON J ANT MAID'S OR" REWARDED WTH AS SUICIDE CHURCH FEELS WAR BURDEN German Methodists, Crushed Tinder Heavy Taxes, May Close Temples. NEW TOntv, Sept. 15.-A letter was re ceived hero from lilshop t. Nelson, direc tor of tlio work of the Methodist Epis copal Cliurcli, by tho Board of Forclrn Missions of that fnlth, stating that tho Gorman Methodist congregations are crushed under the heavy burdens Imposed 0 ft1 l,Pnn hrm by the war. O t OF V OF LaUra ! Tho cotigreKatlons are face to face with ' ' tho necessity of closing their churches Career Revealed in j """"""- " "?' Vccompanying Pre-1 CHICAGO MUNICIPAL 1! MARKET MANAGERS 'ted and brilliant young . life might well havo been j TQQTTT? "filWT" T NT the highest channels, has 1QQ...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 15 September 1914

p-f 'f v " " - EVENING LEDgffR-frHILADELPHlA, TOESlDAt, SEPTEMBER 15. 1914. 11 MELANCHOLY DAYS ARE COME, SADDEST FOR CITY BEGGARS r 1 Hard Times for Mendicant Army, Due to the Police. fimmy Conners in Correc tion, "Slats" Despondent, "Shoestring Mary" Gone. Hard times lmvo befallen the beggar and tho profession Is not what It used , be. Men who once "made" 15 to 18 a day have been cither driven from tho itrcets or are serving sentences In the House of Correction. Even Jimmy Connors, who was tho llfo of a saloon near Eighth and CatlowhlU streets, Is In the Houso of Correction, md what grlovcs James most Is that he cannot get out, nlthough ho hired two Irwycrs to accomplish tho object. imes got out of tho "Correction" t i , Just for brief broathlng spells, will,, his attorneys argued writs In the courts, but oach tlmo James was re turned. Ho Is mourned by his vnlet and his companions. Yes Jnmes, tho beggar, has a valot. ........ In some manner Connors tost 00111 ms arms. It happened w...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 15 September 1914

fcfc &-- "" tfp?-5 ,"W" tL2S vih-'-rS5Wi' J tm&lvifa & - iif'trtr x-' ajfw EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY. SEPTEM BB 15, 1012. i PHILLIES ENTERTAIN GIANTS AGAIN TODAY-DR. KRAENZLEIN TO REMAIN , HERE ii im ' '" ' - ' "" ' ,- . ... , i .... , , . - .. , . .. , , , ,1 , - . PHILLIES 01E MUCH TO DOOIN FOR HIS WORK Auburn-haired Leader Has Wrought Well Despite Re verses and Should Not Be Allowed to Go to Braves. MACKMEN ARE DIVIDED IN THEIR SERIES SYMPATHIES k Stssa !i Aside from the nil-Important question ns to which club will win the National League pennant, the main Idea In the minds of fandotu I? to favor Charley Dooln. Flighty rumor has It, but from what authority no one can learn, that Dooln Is playing and managing his last season at Broad and Huntingdon streets. If that Is so It will bo sad news. Dooln has never won a pennant for the I'lillllos, but ho Is a good leader, and with the material which he had this season, no one could have done bettor. The fact that h...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 15 September 1914

'f " INVESTORS SHOW A DESIRE TO RELIEVE FINANCIALTENSION ncoiiragcd by the Better Feeling Everywhere Ap parent, They Display Con fidence by More Active Trading Prices Higher. rtmorted successes of the allies In Cu- '"F . . .. .,1 nlYnnt nn till? Loll" n are having a t,u" -..- - 01 a .... -.i h. t,Mt.r fee. nB JL i. nnonrcnt In nnanclal circles In hi metropolis Is bclnff reflected hero to , marked deBree. The advance In Ens- ...i. ..!.( dm nliuost sensatlonnl Ish eonso i ". , ,, ln C0Ulltrv. tlio ffl "c'oniiuenc- of torclun Investors E i,. stability of American Bccuri-icB fc AU c Ivo trading and consequent aim -- , Woll arrnnt ntirt nn tlin !Jsher,,p",, r. .rh-ttll contribute to the KXr feellnB which Is apparent ln near l? in financial centres and to a renewal Ily nflScnco ln tho ability of American Mcra "o successfully copo with tho J"""1":: ... .iii.-iinn hnf lina for mnrn ffi'a month enveloped tho financial Trndon apparently displays far greater .r..nith and courago than wow iotk,...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 15 September 1914

assrss -. - jftw- fl NIGHT EXTRA EVENING LEDGER NIGHT EXTRA a VOL. I-XO. 2 PHUiADmiPniA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1014. lUilCE ONE GENT I' i ALWAYS A CHANCE FOR DRINK VICTIM IN ST. PAUL'S CLUB REGISTRATION TODAY NOT UP TO FIGURES ' OF THE FIRST DAY s- K-- N ii of wait A. IlloU LL1 v Derelicts Lifted From Seem ingly Hopeless Degrada tion and Made Useful and Self-respecting Citizens. A sodden wreck of a man shuffled alone the river front and wondered how l"iig It took to drown. He had had a long tight with John Barle.vcorn and h had lost. Ho hnd nothing to live for. lie had lost everything he had to lose. fnmli, friends, business and health. The whisky had even taken nn his appetite for food, and now he could not ex en get whisky. So he nerved himself and crept closer to the bulkhead. The wave? mur mured Invitingly. A laborer uti his nny to work noticed the lolteier and Intel cepted him. There was a short conversation and tin two went oft together. They turned In at Ml Lombard street-Ol...

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. — 15 September 1914

ma f-& Mnn'iKenr t k (ISJ"ii ' v - "if2'3ii"' 'ty' ? - JFH-SwAvfcJ SPORTS EXTRA EVENING V- LEDGER SPORTS EXTRA VOL. l-itfO. 2 PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 11)14. 0 piiice o:nte cent REVOLT GROWING AGAINST PENROSE ; IN YARE DISTRICT -- Opposition to Selfish Leader ship Takes Definite Form Among Foreign Residents of the Downtown Wards. MAJOR LEAGUE RESULTS TODAY NATIONAL LEAGUE R( . E. New York o 0012000 03 9.1 Phillies 2 0002000 04 81 Batteries Fromme and Meyers; Alexander and Klllcter. Umpires Riglcr and Hart. Revolt against Pcnrosolsm nnd Varolsm U now spi ending In the heart of the Varo district downtown. Thero aio signs 0f n general uprising ngnlnst tlio Or ganization lenders. It is contended by many of the lowntown voters thnt they have been used solely to aid tho Vares In their personal political nmbltlons, and the lenders of the nntl-Vnre crusade de clare that there will be no chnngo In conditions unless there Is n clmngo In political leadership Opposition to tho V...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 15 September 1914

gjSHHl mfmfmm'fnnr i W.iwifi.'.'n ig"-- 'lpw v"awyAmft!'Fs"l-wj w1 X- fc vjJ j, ff V-f at.xff--' - -ojp,. wr' EVENING LEDGETf-THILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. 1014. t t turod from the French, and that 40,000 prisoners and a largo number of gains had fallen Into the hands of the Germans.) LONDON GOES WILD OVER VON KLUK'S SURRENDER LONDON, Sept. IS. All London Is elated at the news, received from Dieppe, that General von Kluk nnd 14,000 men have been cut off from the rest of the German army and were forced to surrender. It Is considered certain that the Brit Ish troops under Sir John French par tlclpated In the capture. Tho report was doubted at first be cause of the small number of prison ers, but It Is pointed out that tho army of General von Kluk was on the ex treme German right on Septembers and that It has stood the brunt of the rapid pursuit by the Anglo-French troops. In the last few days Von Kluk's troops have beenhnstenlnR up the northern aide of thd Alsno River In an eff...

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. — 15 September 1914

m Fzrm? KVISNING IiEDajBK PHXJbADlLPHIA, 'JPUUtittAY, WiMMBBli 15, 1914. 8 MEN OF MANY) RACES HURRY INTO THE ,WAR ZONE TO MEET DEATH OR FAME j m aMf BHHHHr- - hViJ'&'' ''''' kMM iWQBMPK(ifirfs,iswi'jr jyw,ici2T'JT.Ytj,9.J((jfr."VBirf ' jt-'AjAVi.T-wifCi.ixnh !? sir. i c 'ifri.''i'rjKifc.,ffi ?i;k' j'.jjflW.iv-iici &?"''" ' " . . j y '-, ' :?-- rt rtViWl lSiiiSlifKi ? ' T lies ilWfe HH tltol $i kvs Eiy TJt u .v.v. .iS-lfc Aisv !Z.,.FC?: "4v Si' 8 n-c-;.. STEPV 9Z7T S4G517 77" V?V WHO MW THESE BELGAH TO CPUSH THE GEPA7AN NVADEP GUVS S UfOCRWOOD A CWOCRWOOD PHOTO UWOCWOODScIJVDCXIhOOO i ' iffjMMim. ( Mm Ww 1 I ' klA SSiPlPSFa ?RSatr. AUSTFA '5 iOP5 1ND FA?5 XfF'OJC N VV ARCHDUKE F?EDEPCC, CO7S1AW? MOraFW4ffly S ""SS, FJ tit IP iw- s its K-U ."'- ; sa' rt V & ; "Aft 7Vr tWZPOK QT 7VJ D?GGLE, WTft HEP DEATH 0EALMG 30M5S, LE3 OVEP PttlA'CE Picrro. eAM " ? -ti. r . to t. ' & tx v ,j.,i--,a jr "if sa ENTPEVCfiED SErtND ? &?4STlVOPCS 0 MEDA-LS. GPZZLED VETEPWAG GUAPD PETP...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 15 September 1914

EESS2SMH :.ST f4 ' i-.njrj' jJ 1 i .m Tr"-fo-"-"'-i''rt xr nj-a-v ,. :x--JMI.-JI i). - y- .I'ffl-ys" t , '' t EVENING LEDGERPHILADELPHIA, TtJESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15 1914. f r M GERMANS VIOLATED ! KEYSTONE ELEVATOR ALL RULES OF WAR, i COMPANY MUST PAY BELGIANS CHARGE English Parliament Investi gates Numerous and Grave Atrocities Alleged in Sec ond Report. LONDON. Sept. 15. New charges against the German troops which Invaded Belgium were mads public hero today by tho Belgian legation In the second detailed report of atrocities, that tho commission, now In America, will rail to tho attention of President Wilson. The report of the commission which Investigated tho al leged atrocities, nfter citing numerous outrages nt Louvnln and elsewhere, makes the following; conclusions! "That the occupation of any town by Germans was systematically accompa nied by acts of violence against the civil population contrary to both the usages of war and the most elementary princi ples of humanity. "Tho proced...

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. — 15 September 1914

EVENING LEDGER-P&IkADELFHIA, TTJEgDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 19l. i) ATTORNEY, A GREEK, SAYS U. S. SHOULD PROTEST TO TURKEY friend of Consul Tsakonas Here Declares Abroga tion of Treaties Concerns Safety of Americans. SoKrlos Nicholson, of WaslilnKlon, 1). C Greek attorney and student of In ttrnatlonal law, who la visiting In Phila delphia, today told how tho abrogation el the treaties by Turkey was of vltnl concern to tlio United States since by that action the saieiy 01 every iorcign resident In that country was threatened, Including thousands of missionaries and ether Americans -who ihuko uikii- per manent home thcic. Mr. Nicholson was at tlio office of Aristotle Tsakonas, the Greek Consul here. He Is a peisonal ft lend of Consul Tsakonas, and on his nay to Now York stopped off hero to visit the ofllclnl, "I do not think," ho said, "that tho ilgnlflcanco of tho capitulations made j ears ago by Turkey and now abrogated li generally appreciated. Under them foreign icsldents In Turkey l...

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. — 15 September 1914

(T jsiwrfv iFSlWItf evening EBDaBB phi: TiTTraffBBIf; iWriiKB! i a f f 7 The Future of Advertising The Nineteenth, and Last, in a Series of Talks on Advertising Itwould be interesting and easy, but entirely futile, to make sweeping predictions about the future of advertising. Men hardly have the temerity to speculate upon the future df the law of gravity, or of the fourth dimension. The law upon which advertising rests is, no less than these, immutable, and its effect, for good or bad, is largely dependent upon the degree to which men understand it and the uses to which they turn their knowledge of it THE future of advertising is in separably interwoven with the whole future of commerce and industry. Any prophecy would have to take into account the probable development of our whole national life. But there are many tendencies, already observable, which seem to indicate impor tant progress, and which are likely to in fluence profoundly the business of the next few decades. First and ...

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. — 15 September 1914

jaVEfflttGr LEDGEK-PHrEAttMPHlA, TUESDAY, SEtFMBEK ISTiOfC P nW jt- --gp,--, EDUCATION TOUR TO AID FOREIGN TRADE PLANNED BY ROAD Uhigh Valley Will Send Experts On South Ameri can Business to Manufac turers Along Its Line. NEW YOniC, Sept. IB. Tlie LchlRh Valley nallrond Company has mnilo up Iti mind that It t'ho manufacturers ntonsr IU lino do not benefl by tho trade op portunities of the United States In South America nnd other foreign countries It Till not bo Its fault. Within the next ton days a special train will loavo this city. On board there will be men thoroughly versed In South American trado requirements. This special train will stop first at Eastern, I'a., and thcro under the allspices of the Chamber of Commerce or somo other association of business men tho AarrnUtm will exnlnln Just what South America wants, how It wants It, when It wants It, how It wants It sent and how It wants to pay for It. Following the meotlni? In Easton tho train will stop at Allontown, IJcthlohom...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 15 September 1914

"wT m.' i5a 22a ivsiKmniiHih i WT EVENING LEDaEB PHIAPELPHlAt TUESDAY, SEEffflMBl&R IB, lOli. . . - - - .. - ,- - ,J, EVENING &&S&J LEDGER PUBLIC LEDGlilt COMPANY crnus 11. k. curtis. rss:T. . John Grlhr,el. Vice Presidents nfptju,8'mtjl John C. Mrtln. Treasurer; Charles II. LudlnKton, I'Mlla B. Cftllln. John B. Wlllhm,DlrCtor EDtTOIltAl. HOARD! CtMjs H. K Cnuria, Chairman. P. K. WlTALEf KxfcutlTj:tor JOHN C. MAtlTIN QenerlJPuslnes S1RDI Published diily at Pmuc T.rwibh UnlMlng. Independence Square Philadelphia. iicmiRn Centb it. "road and Chestnut St reels Atlantic Cm...... It-ms-ttilen nimdlng SToSkT..:;; ""...... I70-A. Metropolitan Tower CmcAno 317 Home insurance nuliainjc London 8 Wnttrloo I'lnee, Pall Mall. a. v. NT.WS BUREAUS! ..., lUwusscno ntnru? The Mtrtsl u 'J J J Wahiiis-oton lltntin..... The 'ost J ' JJ New Ton llcssvu The TjmM ""'Win; nanus nmrvn .no J 'rleafichitra London Hckkab 2 Pall Mall yB''rf;ni Finis HcnB.iu 32 Rne Louie le Urand snicntrrioN Tr.u....

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 15 September 1914

PHlEISBIiPHlA. TTflSDZl?, BBfrTEMBEIt 18, 1914. SOCIAL LIF IN CITY AND NEARBY TOWNS a!"!.. 4'TV .SKSL3?W R'.n'.'v" . IaaN r .aBBBBBBBBBBBBBaV CaaaaaaaaBai UtJ CLASSIC DANCER A BRIDE TODAY Miss Gemma A. d'Auria, well known in the younger set in West Philadelphia, who will become the bride of Dr. Percy H. Houston, of Austin, Tex., tonight. MISS EDITH II. BAILV, daughter of Fred erick L. Bally, of Clovcrton, Ardmv.ro, and a sister of Miss Theodate L. Bally, will bo Introduced at a tea which will be given by Vcr father Saturday afternoon, October 17, from 4.30 until 7 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Hcbard, of Chestnut avenue, Chestnut Hill, are being congratulated on the birth of a son, born yesterday. Mr. Hebard, It will bo remembered, before her mai riage last fall was Miss Margaret Champlln Ferry Claxton. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Winter Bally will intio duce their daughter, Miss Molly W. Bally, at a tea which thoy will give nt their country place, Rosslovyn, Strafford, on the afternoon of ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 15 September 1914

" 73 10 EVENING LEBGBB-l?aiLl!)ELP wipr ''fflwwfim i $TStimlTrTO WWFTr Inl '"F"1" v" "" MwjjijpLiujjpRipiipppB(wpiiprpwi ------M . - 1 . . i - -- . - - ------- - Ill I I I I .-.PIMM.. I I ... . I J' """rtr, WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAIff AND MATRON MILITANT MAID'S "VALOR" REWARDED BY DEATH AS SUICIDE Strange Story of Laura Gray's Career Revealed in Letter Accompanying Pre sentation of Medal. CHURCH FEELS WAR BURDEN German Methodists, Crushed Under Heavy Taxes, May Close Temples. NEW TOOK. Sept. 15.-A letter wan re ceived here from Bishop I.. Nelson, direc tor of the work of the Methodist Epls I copal Church, bv the Hoard of Foreign Missions of that faith, .tntlng that the German Methodist congregations are crushed under the heavy burdcnB imposed upon them by the war. The congregations arc face to face with the necessity of closing their churches temporarily, he save, CHICAGO MUNICIPAL : MARKET MANAGERS ISSUE "DON'T" LIST A really gifted and brilliant young...

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