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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 October 1914

tmtmmmiw wnmMM-mnfV'f')' '" wwwwwfpBPer111 vwnw fwpp ...mwHi;!)iiiJl.i)iii,ipiywJ,i " ' BMMM ''WPWWi 3" i! - -1 SEYMARS' SAIL .fO.'FIND THE SEA'S jgnDMCHARTBD PERILS jCommander Stackhouse Tells of His Plans for Research in the Ship Dis covery. " Philadelphia scientists are Interested In the seven-year voyage of exploration to Btart next spring (or the purpose of dls cAvering and charting Islands and rocks In every sea. nnd ocean, the exact location of which Ih now Unknown. A. Foster Stackhouse, who will com mand the expedition, has been In this fclty conferring with the ofllcers nnd mem bers of the Geographical Society on the jiroject for somo time. The International Oceanographlcat ex pedition Is the title given to the venture In England, where It originated. Pri marily It una the Intention of Mr. Staek Jiousc to chart onty the multitude of small ( Islands nnd rocks around the entrances ko the Panama Canal. At present theso Islands constitute n menace to naviga tion, ns heretofore ...

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. — 16 October 1914

! i mi "nmmmvfmfm - in pwmiiu41ui 1 1 . mmmmmommmmmmm ) M- ?JB h: m HI i.- I h m ' 4- tf&J ; .T fl s. ! 3i' K: 3 ,"rr GERMAN RESERVES CHARGE AS ALLIES FIGHT WAY TO S E A tontlnnrd from rge One irinofflcial reports, the Germans have secured a foothold on the const, at Blankenberghe, about 12 miles cast of fOstend. German cavalry In utrong numbers Is reported from that district. The 3tth day of this record shatter- Jn engagement finds the battle front nearly 300 miles long and still the main lines of-both armies remain Intact. The Germans are pushing -1th fever !sh energy every advantage gained nt ''Antwerp. They are throwing Into the field 'every element of force at the com 'mand of tho German General Staff. The Invaders are reported to be rush ing 90,000 Landwehr resorvlsts to tho -.Western front, but these citizen sol- 'dlers, who have been hastily equipped, .'lack the fighting qualities of the first UHLANS IN SIGHT AS LAST : SHIP SAILS FROM OSTEND LONDON, Oct. 16. While there ...

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. — 16 October 1914

nn-TH-mWHW i.-jJMMfljpli'l'iii .JJ-'Qi. W T"iWMMJ'' If? s ffl) r ar-ula u. nov v In mm 0 day. Vui. tht th ond van. Yus. 4r leht ncs. O.OOJ ali i.V th Jer. and to 1 re. ind, 1lct of of w: of ir -Ii. !ha ;nt -at of 'he ut he ill EVENING LEDGElt PHILADELPHIA', FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1G, 1914. MpOM MID-AIR MATTERS GERMAN JhAMMUITION TRAIN Eyewitness Describes Ter rific Fireworks Display Following British Aviator's Daring Deed. WAR OPERATIONS OF DAY AN AID TO GERMAN MORALE .Expert Declares Sinking of British Cruiser Will Imperil German Naval Challenger Sea Fights Predicted. Analyst Finds Failure in French Army Strength. SWIMMING CAVALRY SPRINGS SURPRISE ON GERMANWCES I.ONDON. Oct. 16. A homb, dropped by n. British aviator on the ntnmunltlon wagon of a Get man cavalry column In the forest of lletz, killed 15 Germans, according to Informa tion received from the enemy, says a con tlnuatlon of tho account of the "eye wit ness" with the Hrltlsh General Staff at the front, which Is made public by the...

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. — 16 October 1914

,c,v-n.i jwiijjh 4VUVU1 wVBMlRfWiWBwWW1 1 W'BWfpJi' ' iiint-HyiHy EVENING- LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1914. MWMWWiiaW Tufbwr w !pUJ1U ' It L SI If u f I PAY QUITS RANKS -OF PROGRESSIVES; i DENOUNCES FLINN C..7 Asserts Betrayal by Pitts- burgh Boss, Whom He Calls "Democratic Boss." J Returns to Republican Fold :. Richard h. Cjttny. nf ritMmrqli, son oi wie l.ltfl Rphrtlnr MnlMw.u Wfntilnl Tjuaj-. nntl a Wellington pnrty lender Bince the Inrpptlon of thn l'rorflvi movement In 191?, In a stiiloninnt l,vU 1 Ailffht nnnomireit tlitit he Itml i-Pltu licit "to the Mi-pulilUnn folil, nntl nrrnlgm'd '."Wnilnm Kllim, of I'ltfilmrRh. for lietmy inK' the I'rnci ccslvrn In cutler to become 'Stn'e Democratic Ijo." .lip hail 1'cen nioVel to renonnre hlf Hcslance to the Flltin Irmlrrslilp In the IVnshlhBton pnrty nml reloln tlit- prirtv In which hit father was ti lriuiPl-, he yiAld. after lunrtiltiitloii with I'eiinsylvn nlans who yencd as Hon.iovplt tU IcRitcs M 1St2. oml also with 'm...

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. — 16 October 1914

MCTWM.-"Ti,ji.WW;iB ' h wmwwm". vjmmmttmmi mmitiiimm -.'.-...j.jiijpwuipngmyi) w i'w tr r;iiVi . EVENING LEDGER-PHirADELPHIA", FRIDAY, OCTOBER TO T9I3. EXPERT SAYS ROCK L JliAND STOCK IAS TIYE TIMES WATERED Financial Manipulators Got $300,000,000 for Issue Worth $90,000,000 U. S. Commission Is Told. r WASHINGTON', Oct. 16.-The Interstate Commerce Commission today threw Its tcarchllght oit the Chicago, Rock Island kind Pacific rtallroad system, to get at the truth of charges that the stockholders have boon left "holding the bag" while i small coterie of financiers Incurred obligations of more than 1200,000,000. vlteve'atlons are expected which will parallel, or surpass, those In the famous New Haven Inquiry. Chief Counsel Joseph W. Folk, who Is prosecuting the Inquiry for the Commis sion, Is directing his fire first at alleged manipulations through holding companies, by which stock, bought for $00,000,000 and representing a controllng Interest In the Hock Island, was watered, It Is a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 October 1914

w- m i ., iA'ityf4NajM .. mumiuwn -35K EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, ' OCTOBER T'6, 1TOE, &35S5 EM ii Mm ' I it I s PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY CTnCS It K. CtmTlB. TafSiDEKT. Oto. VT Och. SfctMiiry; John C. Martin. Treasurer J Chrii tt Luillnglen, Philip 8 Collins, John B. Wll llm. Directors. KUITOnUtllOAnD: Cto II. K. Curtis, Chairman. r. It. WltALBY s.. Executive EJ't0J JOHN C MARTIN" . .77T.7!7onf ml Wndnw Manager ruWIdhwI dally at Pent to l.rmra nnlldlng. Independence Square, Philadelphia. trnorn CrstnAt nrcmil and Chestnut Streets AlUMic Cut rrai-Union Building Nkw Yok 170-A. Metropolitan Tower tillCAOO 817 Home Jnurnnee Dulhllnif Lomjon 8 Waterloo Place. Tall Mall. NRWsnt'ltBAUSi IttRtanritn nmrAV The Pnirtet JIulMIn WiantMsTot nrisKtu The I'ont HiilMlnu New Yotik nenr.AU The Time llulldlng Bimin HvitMii no Frle'lrlchetrajse. Uimi IllRCAL' 2 Tall Mall East. S W. Pahib Tjcaeav 32 Hue Louis le Urand subsciuition terms Dy rarrler. Oaii.t Om.t. six cents fly mall, rostrald ut...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 October 1914

tWTfl J 0 EVENING Tffinnrcn-PHIKCTEEPSIA-, FBIDKY, ' OOTOBEB reriVTZ. gWWl l'P?wX &0"CIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA mtr tinsnt the debutante who wilt again SmIm Isabel WurU rage In receiving at the te- which her aunt, Mrs. James Large, will in for her next Wedntiday afternoon at flummercreat, her home at Clraver'a lane and Hverftreen avenue, Chestnut Mill, will be M! Mary Stuart WurU, Mlsa Hilda Tunis, Mlas noianiunde Fisher, Miss Kate Furncss Jayne, Miss Alice Atlee, Miss Cordelia Diddle, Mils Molly Wood Dally, Miss Marian Savage, Miss Mary Tyson Donckla, Miss Elizabeth Thompson, Miss Emily La Farge Clalon and Miss Huberta Potter. . number of ladles will assist Mrs, Large in receiving. Some among them will be Mrs. nobert H. Large, Mrs. Howard W. Page, Mrs. Charles T. Fox, Mrs. Thomas P.. Tunis, Miss Pauline D. Dowlc, Mrs. Felix duPont, Mrs. William Sawtcll Mulr, Jr., Mrs. 3. a. Meade I,srge, Mrs. David Pepper, Jr., Mrs. Robert Kennedy AVurti and Mrs. J. Gardner Cassatt. X ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 October 1914

?ISr"i"l WaiMWwiu??iw mnu'i'iu' -"'i M'"'M a f4H'iiUiKm luuii -j . . m.'i 'Mi mm,0i(s i 10 .t EVENING LEDGER PHIIiADEEPHIA", FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1914. mjma WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATfiflW 539S?3n!srE3K!S!Sf?srH5553SJ33WnK I N l ?h tt !i f i -in, V ELLEN ADAIR l ' She Receives an Afternoon Caller and Hears a New and Interesting Tale, ' XXIX I lie went on: "I wonder If t acted from The afternoon following oti the dinner m'sl"!"'" Weals, but I argued out the . , ,, l " ,, ,,...,. t Miles nf the else with InVself tho.ovt" party In the Uellevite-Stfalford brought ,lMlg i.erore I left IhMlttle Susse Ullage, the artist-man lt call on me. 1 still i hml studied oii Very closely, iihd It was stang with my little spinster senium to me mat ;mi wen, ii nn iiinip. .u.i .. i -i.. i.iihi .ii..,.f,t rather IndliTetvhl inward tii.isclf. Never friend, and she Immediately discovered by worJ or ,Iok ()() you s,-ow ,lmt )m H romance In the situation. ,.ared for me b'...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 October 1914

II EVENING LEPGER-PHIIADEEPHIA", FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1911. WOMAN SOON WILL WIEL1BALL0T, SAYS SUFFRAGE LEADER Favorable Sentiment Rising in Irresistible Tide Which Will Sweep Country, Avers Caroline Katzcn stcin. By CAROLINE KATZENSTEIN Etfciitlic Hecretnry of Iho Ilqunl Trnnrhlse Horlety of rhllmlMiihla. Tho Indorsement of women siirfraRti by the Pennsylvania IVdcrntiou of Women's Clubs, ut Its convention In I'lttsburgh yesterday, Is tlio beginning of the md. Willi n woman BiifTrnge plnnk In cncli of the live political parties of Pennsylvania, with the organized club women of tho State pledged to the re farm, with the W. C. T. U. nnd other organizations heartily In favor of giving women tho ballot, failure Is not only Impossible, but tho goal Is almost within reach. Organizations arc beglnnlnc to realize that they must work for woman suffrngo ns well as believe in It. The recent no tion taken by the Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of tho Religious Society of Friends Is a significant Ins...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 October 1914

wUff'ViUJJVljtlM'Wi'MI'll'W1t,,'i.1. Sfit3aii?S KMtnmm 12 EVENING LEDGEE-PHIL"ADELPHIA", FEIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 19U. MANY IMPORTANT FOOTBALL GAMES ARE SCHEDULED IN THIS COUNTRY TOMORROW SOCCER PLAYERS TO ENJOY A BIG NOTRE DAME-YALE CONTEST CREATES SECTIONAL SPIRIT KELLY POOL BUSTING UP THE GAME GOOD SPORT FOR TRAP FOLLOWERS HERE TOMORROW One of-the Biggest Shoots Is to Be Held at Wilmington and Will Be Fitting Climax to "Home Week" Festival. Yasha did! Yasha did'. NO - DIDN'T I KOVaJ VAJHA.T i said I Don'T CAR6 VMHfVTCHA UmaddYa Thimk 53558!5fl TrtrVfiS Trl vAWSY tj 306 a vUt'TH MC.J -. " Tun lisle MIGHT Skilled Football Team Out of West to Engage Repre sentative of East Some Inside News. A Number of Important As sociation Football Gamei AW cur It , out harrv l&t's pla.v WO QUIT Say '. You're 10IN' ALL TM6 Tlkim' i we Are to Be Held in This Got as mvjo right n! vou Section. ChsWin' The mauC 'H Dor- RaG EUBR FO-7" ' ":J Jr'T f ,Tk A, i. p,dHT ow K l 5B,r ' r OF HOLDING MM5.R.Y IT 5 ...

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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. — 16 October 1914

wmmmmmm KDPJflpi'IPp'WWWi'W 1 r- wvpwpi imMto&iwm. $& 'yT,lWlH1 EVENING LEDOEB-PHILAPELPHIA-, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16," 1914, i 13 MIDDIES WHO T0M0RK0AV SEEK TO LOWER OLD PENN'S FOOTBALL COLORS FINANCIAL NEW YORK BANKS REPORTED TO HAVE WIPED OUT DEFICITS PAISH PREDICTS EXCHANGE OPENING ! IN THREE WEEKS oar 1 '0JPv. gf f . !y Jssssw "NL X KfthiWf. L !K5ff sgsMkLsLlLlgiigHHgabi. itf-k 'W i iri if 3533 g&ssrq&s wmmmm k isi mv mrFsmm v .,siwfe-. .: w " J fa&P Rlllllll wllf law? k- i M lFrj?0 RtGUrFAn uBJfDJl W KeNATSOY, FMUN& HJRRSON, tovnw WGWr A0 HllF 0ICK m JM RGHT T7CKLE HALF BJCK FULL BACK : -i imr- g I : o- - ! '-w OVRSCtt. CtPT LEFr ND A . Tomorrow Ex- Statement pected to Show Surplus Above Reserve Require ments for First Time Since War. NAVY TEAM IS TO PLAY PENN FIRST TIME SINCE 1902 Midshipmen of Annapolis Will Tackle Husky Local Eleven Tomorrow After noon at Franklin Field. By EDWARD H. BUSHNELL It has been so Ions since I'cnnsylvnnln haa played the Navy tha...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 October 1914

ii i.ui. llJllWfWWpWWiP(fWW 'l ltiDWmVM9LM " ww ' ew'iy i "n-twiBBWHW - "" 'fi'mir.ctrrifrrfffrm,,:t'K i nn i n n ("imwwwwwaagry NIGHT EXTRA NIG EXT VOL. 1-XO. 29 PRICE ONE CENT PHILADELPHIA, IT KID AY, OCTOBER 1G, 191-1. Constant, 1014, iir inn Tonue Lroors Commht. L. COUNCILS' NEGLECT MAKES CITY REPAIR SHOP VALUELESS AMERICAN 'TWILIGHT SLEEP' DISCREDITED BY DOCTORS HERE i. I"I'1 ) s , icuemng f- I " (I Tjo .f G. A. R. VETERANS FACE EJECTMENT FROM OLD HALL John F. Reynolds Post, No. 71, Has Met in One Place Since Its Founding, With 400 Members. CITY REPAIR SHOP USELESS BECAUSE OF COUNCILS' NEGLECT " rv & SI 1 B!" Failure to Equip $125,000 Building Transforms It Into Storage Place for Damaged Fire Apparatus. A water tower, a honk and ladder truck and other pieces of tire ap paratus, enough to extinguish a larue conflagration, lie damaged ami Idle In the new $123.0") municipal repali simps at 11th and Heed streets, because Coun cils has failed to provide mone for ma chines necess...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 October 1914

ipiwHWW-jmpm ftrfrger NIGHT EXTRA NIGHT EXTRA ituenmg I vol. i N"o. ao PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1914. PRICE ONE CENT CorijttsrtT, 1014, t inn rtmtto LrooM Coumnt. 3 IWI Amf Stof taMsoA-irvl tc ww!by tali GERMANS CUT LINE OF ALLIES' ARMY, IS BERLIN REPORT Coalition Forces Said to Be Isolated Near Ypres French and British Announce Gains Along Lys River Lille Recap tured and Metz Threatened. "On to Calais" Is Cry of Kaiser's Forces Advancing Along Coast and General Staff Promises Attack on Channel Port Nearest England. T Allies, operating near Ypres, Belgium, are reported to be cut off from their main body by German troops, according to a Berlin dispatch. A vigorous offensive against Calais, the nearest Channel port to the English coast, is promised by the German General Staff today, and the state ment adds: "We know tiiis movement will echo the longing in every German heart." French and British have gained further successes along the Lys. On the right hank the Allies have o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 October 1914

uma i jimii.niBWJW i' 'i' jr at EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA", SATUBDAY, OCTOBER 17, 191, 2 4 4 ABUNDANT CROPS LARGE DECREASE IN THE DEATH RATE OF CITY THIS WEEK RAILROADS READY WITH HEW EVIDENCE FOR RATE ADVANCES FORMER PRESIDENT TAFT'S SON flND HIS BRIDE tLiiuaiiu.uijuuiu.j.uJWUiuiLUijmai..LuiuLij GLADDEN HEART OF AMERICAN FARMER1 an$T'Jrt.HWgHiW immiual Record Is Seventy-two Un der Last Week's Total. Fifteen New Cases of Ty phoid Reported. A large decrease In Philadelphia's death rate was shown duilng the last seven days, In which period only S3 death were reported to tho Health department. That record is 12 under the total number of deaths list week and 13 under the record for the corresponding wj. last year. Seventy-nine babies under 1 year died this week. fifteen new cases of typhoid fever de veloped, a decrease of two caso3 compared with the number reported last week. Scarlet fever increased to 20 new cases. Thirteen new cases of scarlet fover de veloped 'ast week. Forty-eight...

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. — 17 October 1914

3 EVENING TTOTiaTOtt-PHID&PBPPHTA-, SATURDAY, OCTOBER If. 1D1E. w " '" 'mimimaammmnmamimimmfmmmimmati''am"''mm' , ,,, ,r , 1 i ' KENSINGTON AND RICHMOND VIE WITH CITY'S MANY LURES Sections Have Life and In terests of Their Own in Mixing "Les Miserables" With Joy. FRAD SCHIINNER, NOTED SUFFRAGIST, WILL SPEAK HERE Hungarian Votes for Women Champion and Labor Or ganizer Will Address Big Suffrage Rally. FILBERT ST, GAM IN BUSINESS VALUE; , HAS BRIGHT FUTURE (Central Proposition Worth ,. Watching Stretch of , Property That Feels the , Absorption of Market Street Sites. ' filbert street widens to 51 feet begin ning at the west elde of 8th street In the (th Ward, find becomes a thoroughfare of tonsldcrable Importance. East of 8th street, It Is W feet wldo to 7th street, . M1l tiaAfiil nllrnnKAft It illfian- 1M psars. M The block between 9th and 10th streets "H . l ,.., ,l,t Intn nntlm this Week by the sale recorded yesterday of No. KO Filbert street, being n four-story brick building, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 October 1914

"t- tpmim 1 1 mi jr'"" '" "tlflWWM (i W'UM.'flWWIllll'j4)WWJ' ImP l) wtffeyw EVENING LEDGERS-PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1914, '4 fp M ALLIES' RIGHT WING UNCHECKED BY FOE Continued from Tan On ported attempting to break through the Allies' lines at a point vapucly referred to as "some 15 miles from the sea coast," but It Is stated that at no point haVe they succeeded In gaining terrU tory. Ostend, It Is admitted, Is now held by the Germans In force. Another port reported occui'cd by the Uermans with heavy force la the northerly seaport of ZecbruBSO. However, reports reach ing here say the Germans have found It Impossible to push their advance south along the coast because of the presence In their path of a combined Belglan-Brltlsh-l-'rench army. The Germans are reported to have been driven out of Lille, which was occupied by the. Allies, but this has not been officially confirmed. Near Soissons, the British have cap tured a number of German positions. In tho Lasslgny and Roy...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 October 1914

BiSiflffiiHffi ' " " Jupwj)iiiiiiiiwiiipwiBiigiiHww .WHllHUHiUjWMI wmmmm'r' EVENING EEPGEBPHILADflLPHIA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1914, GERMANS AT BAY ON GREAT BATTLE FRONT IN POLAND JRussians Stem New Offen sive, Taken After Fierce Repulse, Eight Miles From Warsaw. PnTItOGHAD, Oct. 17. Gigantic onslaughts by tha Grmtin forces nlotiff tho battle line In llusslan Poland havo been repulsed, with severe losses, by Russian troops, It Is officially announced today. After having been driven back from "Warsaw, tho Germans again took tho of fensive, but again they wero repulsed. Many prisoners and guns wcfi taken by the Russians. In Gallcla, the statement nays, the siege of Przemysl continues, and the fall of the fortress Is only a matter of days. The official statement says: "Qlgantlo onslaughts of the German forces all along tho big battle line In Russian Poland have been ropulsed with severe losses to tho enemy. After having driven back from Warsaw after they had advanced to within eight mi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 October 1914

Mhn ppMnenRfi "D.tfim m ja,w ..wiuiiri Mmiiiiwwwwp .v-i.s-sl - -it v-?fj wr' " -jr f 6 EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA', SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1914;. yRS5s"fB " P P r ifc " n 1 I .V. If ,. M : M fv t H BRYAN EULOGIZES PALMER AS TYPE OF POLITICAL PURITY One Who Has Made His Way by Ability, Integrity and Courage in Face of Unvvorthy Opposition. LINCOLN, Neb., Oct. IT.-Supporl of Talnier ami McCormlek as types of "Progressive Demoiracy, of which no State In tho country Is In greater need than Pennsylvania." Is urged by See retary Bryan In a MKned article In this deck's Issue of his Commoner. Of tile candidate for United Stales Senator, classed as a representative of political purity and clean public and private life, Mr. Bryan writes: "Congressman Palmer Is one of tho brilliant young progiesslve Democrats who have come to the front In the party's ranks during the Inst few years. For three terms he has been a member of the House from the 16th District of Ponn ejlvanla, and his record 13 cle...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 October 1914

hi u-j tit i. ,u Jt,II.IiM ,iui HP! HiPiamMiiwwwm. mmi)-m&mi heww zt9Hl0mgm H1'iWWyW-"""!r'' uiiHPU-i jipHnfJWW EVENING TiTODflBB-PHIEAPBIiPHIA-, SATURDAY, OCTOBER IT, 1913. J- W PENROSE FAR BEHIND , HIS PARTY STRENGTH i IN COAL REGIONS Canvass of Schuylkill, Lu zerne Northumberland and Lackawanna Shows Strong I Feeling Against Senator. i ' A canvass of the anthracite coal re gions of Pennsylvania Indicates that Senator Penrose will fall far behind the Jlepubllcan vote In his efforts for re election to the United States Senate. Ex pressions of opinion from the hard coal regions follow: Luzerne Against Penrose HAZIiETON, Pa., Oct. 17.-The atti tude of the United Mine Workers of tho anthracite coal fields toward the re-election of United States Senator Penrose s decidedly antagonistic, tf tho miners lave anything to say, Tenrose and the Interests allied with him will be relegated to political oblivion. While none of the leaders here would be quoted directly, they pointed to tho re...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 October 1914

mmmmmmmmm. ITr " ." TK f EVENING LEDGEB-PHIEkDEEPHIX, HATUEDftY, OOTOBEE 17,' 1018. H an i h m i I .'- PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY ' CmUS H. K CURTIS, rnssiDBNT. Oo. W. Och. Secretory; John C. Mfirtln, Treasurer; t'harlen l! I.tidlnglon, Thlllp S Collln, John B. Wil liams, Director. kditom At. hoard i Ctsts It. K. Ccrtis, Chairman. r. K. WttALnV Executive Editor JOHN C. MARTIN Oenrt tluflnee a Manager Published dally at Public Lrran nullrtlng. Independence Square, Philadelphia. trMER Crntiul Broad and ChMtnut Btfjet ATOMIC Citi; rrrM-lfnlaii Bulldlnu Nkw Tons: ITO-A, Metropolitan Tower CMcaoo 817 Home Ineurancn Dulldlnc Lomkjn $ Waterloo Place. Tall Mall. S W. NEWPBUnKAVS: ftAimtaarna Brart The PntHoe tlultdln t'4Ki!i.c.TON BrnEAU The Toit Building Nrw Yomc nrnrto The Times BulldlnR (txnt.ts Hi ktw 0 Frledrlchstraexe f.o.vrov BtmcAO 2 Pall Mall Eaet. S W. fams Bissau 32 Hue Louis le Grand srnscniPTioNTFmn Brcarrler Daiit Omt, lr nn By malt, pntpald rutslde of Philadelphia, exrept where fo...

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