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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 October 1914

EVENING LEDOER-PHILAPEIPHIA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 19:U. km 11 CZAR AND KAISER READY FOR DEATH GRAPPLE IN EAST Crucial Battle Impends as Gerrtlan Columns and Re invigorated Austrians Push Russians Back on Their Own Soil. LONDON, Oct. 14. All eyes today nro turned to the east ward, where under conditions of tho ut most secrecy, tho Teutonic allies nnd tho Russians are preparing to cngngo In what may prove ono of tho most dcclslto com bats of tho war. Evidence Is accumulating to show that this gigantic conrllct will bo determined In Russian Poland, nnd tho only ques tion disturbing tho Urltlsh oxperts Is as to which sldo has chosen tho battle ground. Berlin admits having withdrawn from the N'lcmcn nivcr, nnd at tho snmo tlmo discounts tho wholo movement In that region as being of no strategic Im portance. It Is now clear that Itupela has aban doned tho narrow point In Qnllcla be tween 1'rzcmysl and Cracow, Itusslan forces having virtually occupied all of Gallcla with tho exception of...

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. — 14 October 1914

lliipiiiiffipii,fiiiiajiji 12 EVENING IiEDGEB-PHIirADEIiPHIA-, WEDNESDAY, DCTOBEB 15, IDIS. ATHLETICS AND FOLLOWERS STUNNED BY STRAIGHT DEFEATS IN WORLD'S SERIES BRAVES' VICTORY CROWNING UPSET OF ATHLETIC YEAR El!lC?2ra9?BH BASKETBALL TO BE POPULAR SPORT AT ST. JOSEPH'S SOON With Installation of "Cage" in New Gymnasium Im petus to Be Given Indoor Pastime There. KALBFUS WRITES ENTERTAININGLY OF STATE GAME LAWS In First of a Series of Articles for Evening Ledger Tells of Efforts Along Game Protection Lines. Kli i i 'if ffr. ba Mackmen Still Believed to Be Better Individually Than Boston, But Over confidence and Stallings Beat Them. Boston's unnrccedented fourMn-n-row K victory over the Athletics for the world's ; baseball championship tops the list of 19M upsets In the sphere- of sports. How . club whoso individual members were believed, ami still are thought to be, In ferior to another, could have so decisively won from the team of superior players, Is tho question which even the Joy...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 October 1914

EVENING LflP&EB-PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1914, 13 "a FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL SITUATION AT HOME AND ABROAD-MARKET REPORTS MONEY MARKET IS EASIER NOW THAN FOR MONTHS PAST jCall Loans Drop From 8 to 6 Per Cent. Outlook Continues Daily to Show Improvement. Financial markets aro again Bhowlng a disposition to recover quickly from de pressing Influence, and today thcro was little trace of the feeling of despondency which had liccn created by tlio news of oggrcsslvo action by tho Oonnan arinlea. The Now York city bond issues were again In fairly good demand, with soles of the three-year bonds at 15. Itelch tnarks were again In supply at conces sions, yielding from 93 to 92Vi, and money was easier to obtain than at any tlmo Blnce July SO. . , Many renewals wore mado at 6 per cent, and a number of banks have voluntarfly reducod rates on Btandlng call loans from B por cent, to 6 por cent. Time loans can bo obtained at 7 per cent. In lots of $50,000 and $100,000, but all tho n...

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. — 14 October 1914

wtT..1,J;.tu:sssr.Vjg i 1pWi--nppii)WMpfl(5--f vwHwa j -Sj.vsawat 4?va95fe4. v iaNfcW-rrffc). , -hWh" -f. .s - ffie&ger NIGHT NIGHT EXTRA PRICE ONE CENT VOL. 1 NO. SJT PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOUElt 14, 1914. .,u ConMotiT, 10H, nr thb TcBtio Ledum Commkt. myw, n mitojiui! EXTRA POLICEMEN SEEKING 'PHANTOM' VOTERS IN CLOSE CANVASS Honest Election in This City Promised as Result of Doorbell Ringing a nd ACCUSERS NAME BLUECOAT AS AID OF SPECULATORS Two Men Tell Board In vestigating Ticket Scandal That Policeman Johnston Gave Scalpers Privileges. IRON LAW CRUSHES SCHOOLBOY SUITORS OF ELUSIVE MAIDEN DIRKCTOll POUTER'S WAY OF ASSURING HONEST ELECTION TO CITY ,, irr!'?? ? jTff ,., i ' ii i in. in i . v. i j.1 vfTBHWifTr-i - fvl'l t5 way that hlttei to bei been of tht perienc "I ha, kll1ffVAf4 !)f Ready to Die Rather Than Tell Last Name of the Un attainable Dorothy, Four Face Magistrate. lovp's Juvenile dream, younger fhin usual, wag shattered today at the P-irk and IelilRh avenues st...

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 October 1914

WtWKI ffirttger & NIGHT EXTRA NIGHT EXTRA i unletting e PRICE ONE CENT VOL. I-NO. 28 PHILADELPHIA, THUBSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1914. copiamnT. ibi4, r Prauo lcto commnt. WPI PROPERTY IN CITY SHOWS INCREASE OF $52,032,625 Tax Board Reports to Coun cils a Total Estimate of $1,660,206,400 as Valua tion Basis for Next Year. ENGLAND DUPED BELGIUM, SAYS VON BERNSTORFF An Increase In the assessed valuation bf Philadelphia property of $32,032,625 over the figures for 1914 13 shown In the report jof Hits Board of Revision of Taxes sub mitted lo City Councils this afternoon by City Controller Walton. The total estimate of all taxable prop fcrty In the city limits for next year Is Jl.WO.tfXUOO, divided as follows: Real es tate, city rate, $1,563,141,282; suburban rate, 7),632,78S! farm rate, $20,732,330, and per sonal property, horses and cattle, $1,700,000. In addition to this the board estimates the value of the personal property taxable tinder tho act of Juno 17, 1913, n-3 $570,000,000. Contr...

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. — 15 October 1914

J3xz!&lgg&itu an wiwr"wjtmiiiye . . : j.j. '"P'y'g1 rwpm m awn n j9Hpi J-.ljS'"1" ' Bali., i 7f3e! ''WTflTPPfVffW EVENING LEDGEK-PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 191. GERMANS FILL HALL AND BROAD ST., TOO, TO MAKE PROTEST Demand an Unbiased Press and Cheer Long and Loud Denunciations of England and Russia. ELECTRIC RAILWAY MEN PLAN TO EXTEND PUBLIC RELATIONS SPEAKERS AROUSE PATRIOTISM AT GREAT GERMAN RALLY k ii r MAGISTRATE CHARLES EMLEV ADDRESSES THE OVERFLOW MEETING ,SS$K?5S! PROFESSOR. 5 B l! tit 4 4. f : :i ! f M r.f i fp3 M . r f Approve Project to Raise JpU.UUU rund wan a View to Spreading Pio paganda at Fair Profit. ATLANTIC CITY. X. J., Oct. 1? -Willi no attempt Is to be marie Immediately to lalse funds bectuo tho time, Is deemed unpropltlous. tin difficulty Is antidp.it 1 In procuring $30,000 to be used by th American Electric Railway Association to spread the gospel of pubtlc relations. Trolley magnates of the cotintrv lod.T. , voiced approval of the declaration ...

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 October 1914

EVENING LEDGER-PHIE&DELPHIA THXTRftPkY. ' OOTOBEB W MT$. i j PENROSE OPPOSED BY LABOR LEADERS ON SENATE REGORD Federation, Which Is Friend ly to Dr. Brumbaugh, Finds Liquor Candidate Fought Workmen's Interests. HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES WIN SCHOLARSHIPS PALMER ATTACKS , PENROSE AS THE JOE OF LABORING MAN BRUMBAUGH MEETS WARM WELCOME IN WESTERN COUNTIES I . MM P WW. i Quotes From Congressional Record to Back Up Charge That Senator Has Opposed Workers' Interests. TOnT ALLEQHENT, Pa., Oct. 18. Congrcssmnn A. Mltcholl Pftlmer, Demo cratic cnntlldnte for United States Sena tor, spenklns here this morning, charged Senator Penrose with favoring, by his vote In Congress, a condition for the laboring man which would bo closo to slavery. Penrfllb'B stand against the In terest of tho laboring man constituted the 3Uh count In 5tr. Palmer's Indictment of Penrose, and Palmer used tho Congressional Record as authority for the charges he aimed at the Senator. Jlr. Palmer likowlso reaffirmed his dec...

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 October 1914

'WSij lfl!"!" EVENING EEDGEK PHIITADEEPHIft, THURSDAY, OOTOPBB IB, 1914. "s'-'mMiimm mm" r DRAMATIC SHIFT FORCES RUSSIANS '. TO CHANGE TACTICS Warsaw Now Scene of Ter rific Struggle Czar Com pelled to Defend Own Cities Because of German Aggression in East. WAR OPERATIONS OF DAY SHOW STROKE BY ALLIES NEW YOnK, Oct. IS Except for the sharp turn In fortuno thnt came with the battle of the Manic, nothlns In the his tory of the western campalsn can com pare In dramatic effect with the chanpo that has come, almost over nlsht, one may say. In the military situation In I'olanil and Oollcla. This Is the view ex pressed by the military eort of the New York Evening Tost. It may be summed up In a sentence: the world was expecting newi of the be ginning of a battle for the possession of Cracow and It learns that there Is a Rreat battle now under way for the possession of "Warsaw. On their northern wine the Russians had won n notable victory over the In vader from East Prussia whom they had drive...

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 October 1914

w hi jwywmwi EVENING LEBaER-PHIUAPEUPHIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1914. PRESIDENT WILSON ACCUSED OF DEAL .' WITH MONEY KINGS Republican Congressional Committee Issues Statement Charging Repeal of Tolls Exemption to a Campaign Bargain. WASHINGTON, Oct. 15.-The Republl can Congressional Committee, In a state ment Issued Inst night, virtually charges President Wilson with having entered Into a bargain with Andrew Carnegie and James J. Hill, under the terms of which the two millionaires are financing tho Democratic Congressional campaign as a return for the action of the President In bringing about the repeal of tho Panama Canal free tolls net. Representative Frank P. Woods, of Iown, Is chnlrman of the committee which makes the nccttsatlon ngalnst tho President of tho United States. According to the statement which has for Its text tfomo newspaper dispatches, saying that Messrs. Carnegie and Hill wcro financing tho Democratic Congres sional campaign this yenr, Mr. Carnegie "through his so...

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. — 15 October 1914

.i?!1? rV TJ or EVENING LEDGEE-PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1914. "W$"pS x.'1 K E 1 1 ! N 11 lEinmmrj tGrJ&ijer PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY cvnus it k. ct'tvris, rasfiiDiNT, 0o. W. Ochs, STMry; John C. Msrtln. Treasurer: C'hrle It. Islington. Philip 3 Collins, John B. "Wil liams, Directors. EDlTOnt At, HOARD ! Crnrs It. K. CfRtia, ChAlrmftn. IV II. WIIALBY Executive rMlter JQH.VC. MARTIN' Cenexal lluslness Manager rubtlshetl dally at rrnuo I.rnoFR nulMlnir, Imlepondenco Square, Philadelphia. t-rnorn Cs.STnAt Ilroad and Chestnut Streets ATUntic City rrr Union nnlldlng Nrw roK 170-A, Metropolitan Toner ClitCAOo RtT Home Innrnnro mnldlnit IJMxw s Waterloo Place, Pall Mall, S. W. NI3W8 IU'nttAt'P ! JtABBKBCrn tlfr.rit) The ratrloi nulIrtlnK Washington nrniuu The rot llullrllng tjrw VonK ntiRMU The rimet nulUlng- nrntls ntRB.t iiq rrletrlehstrase Lovpon ntHKiu 2 Pall Mall East, S. W, Pauls Boheau 32 Rue Louis le Grand 5fnrRlPTION TERMS By carrier. Durv Omi. six cents By mall, postpa...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 15 October 1914

9 EVENING TyElDQER-PHILADELPHIA", THPB8DAY, OOTOBEB 15, 1914. SOCIAL LIFE PHILADELPHIA MR. AND MRS. SAMUEL RIDDLE Mr. and Mrs. Riddle will give a hunt breakfast to-day At tliclr place in Glen Riddle for the farmers nf the surrounding country. AT the tea which Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Lllllo XXwlll give nt their home In Haverford, next Tuesday, October 20, to Introduce their daugh ter, Miss Jean Morris Lllllo, the debutantes who will receive with Miss Ulllo will Include Miss Elizabeth E. Wlster, Miss Mary It. Laird, Jllss Rebecca A. Lycett, Miss Anna Taylor Walt hour, Miss Jean Newbold Thompson, Miss Kotherlno Seclcr, Miss Isobcl nodecrs, Miss Lllllo Crlsncld, Miss Florlno reunion. Miss Udlth IL Dally, Miss Mildred Lonsstreth, Miss Lucia Wprclen, Miss Agnes Smytho, Miss Eleanor I'orchor, Miss Kntherlnr Z. Ogdcn. Miss Katherlne Tenney, Miss Hanscll French Karle, Miss Mary Arrean Miller, Miss Dorothy Obcrtcuffer, Miss Ethel Huntings, Miss Ruth Sherbourne and Jllss Betty Shcrbournc, of Boston...

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. — 15 October 1914

W'jPdM iiMiJjU'lill Tlillili 111 -a itfiraiajiBcjMMi r - 10 EVENING LEDGER-PfllL'kDELPHIA', THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, I912C. u WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW THINGS : ELLEN ADAIR'S ADVENTURES I The Dinner Party Brings a Variety of Reflections and a Different Point of View, I XXVIII. The sheer put prise of meeting my long-thought-ot friend, the English nrtlst rnan that evening nt the Hollcvuc-Strat-ford, quite- took my breath away. I stood for a moment In amazement, forgetful of everything else In the utter unexpected ness of the meeting. He, on the contrary, seemed consider- , nbly less amazed Unit t was. With a genuine cngerncss ho sprang forward. "I nm more thnn delighted to meet you. little- Miss Adair." he cried, In tones of pleasure thnt were mo'l flattering to me. 'Inm to he your dinner partner for tho evenlng-lf you will have me! It was pimply splendid of Dennlston arranging that I should meet you like this'" It seemed Just like a dream to me. c all went In to dinner, and In a vn...

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. — 15 October 1914

'RIP'WPPIfW EVENING EEDOER-PHlEEEPHia:, THURSDAY, OCTOBER IS, 1913, II WOMEN FOR WAR, SAYS THE MILITANT MISSPANKHDRST ALL OVER TOWN LOYAL ATHLETIC FANS ARE PAYING THEIR FOOLISH BETS TODAY ,Thcy Would Have Voted for If, She Declares Will Visit Philadelphia on Her Speaking Tour. NEW YORK, Oct 15.-Mlss Chrlstabel fankhurst, the English militant surtra Kette, who nrrlved here yesterday, an nounced today that Bho came to this country for the express purpose of malt Infr tho war her chief 'topic In a series of lectures she will deliver In this city, Philadelphia, Chicago, Boston, Washing ton and possibly other cities. Her first public appearance on her pres ent tour will be In Cameglo Hall on Oc tober 21. "We are proud of England becauso she did what Ahe has done," oald Miss Pank hurst. "Wc aro In complete sympathy with tho war, and wo have dono every thing: wp could to help the people In the troubles caused by the war." "If the women of England had had the vote, would they have nttemptcd...

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. — 15 October 1914

aSWraKi -"' um-Mimtm 12 EVENING LEDGEE-PHIBADEEPHIX, THURSDAY, OCTOBEB 15, I9TS. KING FOOTBALL NOW DEMANDS FANDOM'S ATTENTION-SCHOLASTIC RACE SATURDAY r ATHLETICS SCATTER : ' TO VARIOUS POINTS ' FOR WINTER SEASON POLICE-ATHLETES WHO'BOX AND RUN AT ANNUAL CARNIVAL FRIDAY AND SATURDAY OFFICIALS NAMED FOR POLICE MEET ARE EXPERIENCED Clever Handling of Athletic Games Tomorrow and Saturday Is Assured, as Competent Men Have Been Selected. Farming Proving Increasing ly Popular With Mack's Men, Several of Whom Own Private Estates for Peace and Quiet. Connie Mack to all outward appearances floes not enjoy standing In the lime light. This Is particularly true when tho only light he has to stand In is reflected i ft ?! ! l Sit I ! m from the Boston Braves. When he realized that this unexpected and de plorable condition of affairs existed, that his defeat was real and not a torment ing monster of his brain, tho head of the 'Tiouso of McGllllctiddy bethought him that barnstorming was a pastime w...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 15 October 1914

npmtpmw TFTiK EVENING LEDGERPHILADEL'PHIA THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1914, 13 FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL SITUATION AT HOME AND ABROAD-MARKET REPORTS BANKER TELLS OF - FINANCIAL MARKETS EASIER AND PRICES GO BACK SOMEWHAT Decline in New York City Note Issues Reflects a Bearish Sentiment in Trad ing Generally. Various (actors made the situation In New York financial circles less favorable today, variations In known transactions being chiefly to lower figures, although there- was no sound reason for this change. New York city new bond and note Issues were easier, with the three year bonds yielding to 1029JQ102T4, and similar recessions of about H were noted In the two-year bonds and one-year notc5. Irregularity prevailed In the short-time maturities, som4 Issues being easier, but Pennsylvania 3&a were stronger, with a good demand at 07i. and Amalgamated notes wero wanted at 93 There was little demand, however, for long-time Invest ments and the lesser classes of bonds wcrp without a nearby...

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. — 15 October 1914

mmmmmmm NIGHT EXTRA ituening itb$?t NIGHT EXTRA VOL. 1 NO. 28 PRICE ONE CENT PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1914. ') COMMOIIT, 1014, St IHl I0UO LtMZ COMfiNf. DUAL OFFICEHOLDER t NAMED BY BOARD OF TAX REVISION ' ,i 1,11 J J i; . v AtTxnmM ." - ' ' :-l '' V; m m 't.H 1 " 1 T M)uncilmcn .ooKe Decomes Real Estate Assessor at : $3000 a Year Reformer Who Missed Step Now and Then. The list of dunl officeholders among Philadelphia Councllmcn has been In creased by one. despite the vigorous fight being waged by Mayor Dlankenburg and reform leaders against the system of dual ofnceholdlng. The fact of this In crease In face of tho Mayor's opposition is less remarkable, however, than that the latest nddltlon to the dual olllce holding list In a Councllmun elected on the reform ticket and one who Is sup posed to stand with tho Mayor. He Is Common Councilman George A Cooke, of the 42d Ward. On Monday of last week he began work as a real estate assessor at a salary of Moon a year. He as appo...

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. — 16 October 1914

55B55H5i5fci3B553i up- nnptpW"'""-' t f iCrtiner NIGHT EXTRA NIGHT EXTRA izxtmxntt PRICJS ONE CENT VOL. I-XO. 2 J) PHILADELPHIA, 1TIUDAY, OCTOBER 1G, 103 J. Coriuam, 1B14, t in rcsr.ro Ledbbs CoMHiifr ' T'nfWjj ..!' ' MWPH11 -'" '"" ' BRUMBAUGH'S HANDS TOUGH NO RUM FUND Nominee for Governor Tells Republican State Commit tee He Will Not Accept a Penny From It. Personal Friends Provide His Campaign Expenses "My Hands Clean," Ho "ays, "Of the Liquor Backers' Taint." PALMER NOT TO WITHDRAW Dr. Martin O. Brumbaugh, Republi can nominee for Governor, has Informed the Republican State Committee that lie will accept no money from the Repub lican State Committee's campaign fund. The expenses of hl3 personal campaign, ho Bald today, have been paid and are being paid by tho Brumbaugh Citizens' Committee, by himself and by personal friends. "My hands are clean," said Doctor Brumbaugh, "When tho campaign Is over no man can question the source of the funds used In placing my candidacy be fore the ...

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. — 16 October 1914

jra; inpw?ppwpwlff n i in & f i J i f .f; r U If L F I !i t- v ' CLOVER COHORTS FACE HOT FIRE AT ' NEUTRALITY BOARD 'Bombardment Fast and Furi ' ous Maintained Through out First Engagement of Famous Dining Club. They left the riollevue-Slratford earlv this morning, nbout iro strong. Imbued with the spirit of pence nml hospltnlltj always evident after dinners of the Clover Club tt might have been mid night or a little after that the driver 'Club members would have pot nwa, 'but Frederick T. Chandler and some other singers held the elevator's to join 'those who waited outside Iti singing the laat Verse of "The Darby Ham" and all .10 verses of "It's a Long Wa.v to Tip- perary." Po the departure was detavi I "a long time . Thev called It a "neutrallt bnniet. ' but even the rules of war buckled and 'broke when It came time for tlu heckling. Shots from all ever the Kre.it east garden exploded about the heads of the speakers, and the defenders of club tradition smashed every salU nt 't...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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