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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 October 1914

.EVENING LEDGEB-PHlEADEtPEtlA, HATtTBPAY. OCTOBER 17, 1914. SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA Mn. AND MRS. ABEL. P. WETHERILL, of Wynnewood, "will glvo a dinner to nlshl at the Pickering Hunt Club In honor of Ml. nml Mrs. C. Shlllard-Smlth, of Beach Bunk, Edgewater Pnrk, who are their guests over the week-end. Mr. and Mis. George Dallas Dixon enter tained a box party last night nt the theatre. Tlicro were eight guests. Mi. mid Mrs. Henry Augustus Bcrwlnd en-, tertalned n box party also, which was at tended by cltjht guests. Monday will open the week's festivities for the HUlo debutante by a lar?o tea, which will be given by Mrs. 3uhn Wlster to Intro duce her granddaughter. Miss Mary Stuart AVurls. That night Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Belt will give a small dance In honor of their niece, Silas Ine;! Drayton, and Mr. and Mrs. George Blspham Page will give a dinner In honor of Miss Mary Prances Fishor and Miss Charlotte Bush On Tuesday Mr1, and Mrs. Lewis Lllllo will Introduce their daug...

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. — 17 October 1914

1 afggii lo EVENING EEDGEK-PHIL'EEPHffi SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, TDT WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON i r I" i IP fc r IHi IQ wW 0 ;JS m M'l Y?4 It -.f ELLEA ADAIR'S ADVENTURES , She Has One Great Experience, and With It Ends the Telling of the 'Vale. r J XXX. Upon the vital episodes of life one finds It rather difficult to write. Yet happi ness has come lo me at last, and a great Joy that I have never known before. The hour Is very Lite, but 1 must write the happening of this day and tell tho .tale that now has changed my life. The future has become an El Dorado and a happy land where heartaches die and dreams come true Things fell out In thl wise: After I told the artist-man I did not love him he went sadly off. 1 sat there In the firelight all alone, and sadness fell upon me, too. For love had come to mo too laic. 1 had Just sensed tho brushing of love's wings, and known that happiness was not for me. The flitting shadow left me lonelier than befor...

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. — 17 October 1914

WAR CAUSES'.AND CHARACTERS GERMANY'S REASONS FOIlIAKING WAR Latest Book By Gen. Bcrithardi, Celebrated Advisor of Kaiser, Frankly Details Germany's Pur posesPlan to Obtain World Supremacy By the Sword." WV N nla. a ho .13 NJ3BD to enlarge our colo-1 .1 possessions bo as 10 auoru liome and work to our sur plus population," declares General Fredl erlch von Bernhardt, of the Germnn cav alry, In Ills latest book, "JIow Germany Makes War," Just published by the George II, Doran Company. "We must do this unless wo wish to run thn risk of seeing again the strength and productive powor of our rivals Increased by German emi gration as In former days. "Partitioned as the surface of the globe It among nations at tho present time," he continues, "such territorial acquisitions we can only realize at the cost of other States or In conjunction with them; and such results are possible only If wo suc ceed In securing our power In tho centro of Europe better than hitherto. With every move of our fore...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 October 1914

HfiAigtj&iHHHH j IfSSS? 1 1 1 J.ULBf i' HHP i ".P ' ' i in EVENING EEDGEK PHTE'ABEL'PHI, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1912, i -L" 36 Stage JLtMirror of the Jlge WBWEIPmaBBLWBB I ' MP IH Bl ST. 1 U' t 'f.. ' I, hi THEATRICAL BAEDEKER COMING. ADELt'HI "A 1'alr of Sixes." farce by Edward I'eple Mondnt night. FORREST "Papa's Palling." musical comedy, by lnn Car) II. Monday night. KEITH'S Miss Adeline tlenee, petite dansouso. Monday afternoon. LITTLE THEATRE "Arms and the Man " Hevlval of Bernard Shaw's play. Mondny night. i WALNUT "Way Bonn East." Itettirn of popular play. I CONTINUING BROAD "Ladv Betty Mirtlngile," new comedy, by John Luther lxng and Frank Stn)lon. Delightful romance and tender humor of the time of Qeorgo If, Delicate, whimsical an orchid In the theatrical conservatory of hydrangeas and geraniums. OARRICK "The Yellow Ticket," melo drama, by Michael Morton. Florence Ilecd, revealed as an actress of super eminent nblllt) In a shocker as con vincing as the nools of Charles G...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 October 1914

ssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssFSFiFSFFSFFMFjFwraiaFsJFJ'-i u.m.' f wwgi: WiWW nuujii WM'juvAiiW'UpiM EVENING LED&ER-PniEADELPHIA', SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1914. 13 THE STAGE Henry V. Savage's production of the operetta, "Sari," will begin a limited eiiROKement at the l'oncst November i. In tho cast aro Mlzst Hnjos, Irene Pawloskft, Charles Meaklns, J. Humblrd Duffey nnd Bert ailbert. diaries Frohman will present "Tho Beautiful Adventure," A comedy by the authors of "Lo.o Watches," at the Broad Street Thcntro for two weeks beginning' Monday Not ember 2. The four ptlnclpal roles will bo enacted by Charles Chirry, Ann Murdoch, Hi nest Irfiwford and Mrs. Thomas Whlffen. Coming direct from his many wcl:s of bucccss at the Empire Thcatr", New York, John Drew will begin his annual engagement nt tho Broad Street Theatre, November Ifi, appearing In the new com edy, "Tho Prodigal Husband " ' David Belasco will present his charm lng stur, francos Starr, In Henri Bern stein's greatest p...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 October 1914

pM!!g"w'liwi'gPJji HWgWFjppPf t zirvm9F' -" ' 34&& - EVENING LEDGERPHJIADEL'PHIA SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1914. SATURDAY EVENING REVIEW OF THE WEEK'S EVENTS HERE. THERE AND EVERYWHERE H H 1 L i-f : !' ; ? r '.! JM - THE WEEK IN WASHINGTON Happenings in the National Capi tal of Legislative, Political nml Diplomatic Interest. The Mexican situation assumed n rad ically new phase this week by reason of the "convention of genet ata." at which the adherents of Villa and t'arratua threshed out their difference1! In debate Instead of resorting to the sword. The following deflnlto facts have appeared. General Carrnnzi has resigned, and his successor as Provisional President will bo named on October 20 Villa has won Ills point that the representatives of Zapata be admitted to the conference ahd the Imitation to them to attend the convention has been renewed. According to the present outlook, the thrcatpned bloodshed between the arloils Mexican factions has heen averted, and the Ad minist...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 October 1914

H n CHURCHES LUTHERAN PASTOR WILL CELEBRATE GOLDEN JUBILEE The Rev. Dr. Francis for Fifty Years in Charge of Trinity Church at Eigh teenth and Wolf Streets. Tn celebration of the COth anniversary of the pastorate of the Hev. Dr. S. A. K, Francis, at Trinity Lutheran Church, ISth and Wolf streets, exeiclses have been arranged for tomorrow, and tho celebration will continue through until Thursday evening, when a reception will be given the aged clergyman at a "home coming" assembly. Doctor Francis will preach an historical sermon tomorrow morning, and In the evening Prof. Jacob Fry, of the Phila delphia Seminary, will speak. There will also be special music, and Frank II. Bovell will play violin solos. Tuesday the golden Jubilee services will be continued, when there will bo a meet ing at S o'clock, with addresses and music by Trinity Choir, assisted by the quartet of the Central North Broad Street Presbyterian Church. Wednesday evening will be observed as "neighbor hood night," and c...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 October 1914

EVMING LEDGEE PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 191. GROVES WINNER OF NOVICE RACE AT FAIRMOUNT PARK-NATIONAL FIGHTS TONIGHT ALL-STAR PROGRAM OF FIGHTS AT THE NATIONAL TONIGHT GROVES WINS NOVICE CROSS COUNTRY TITLE Ah! a I pRGTTr DRW5 i Chief Attraction Is a Bout Central High Runner Cap tures Race By Fifty Yards From Team-mate North east High School First in Team Score. ' Between "Tommy" How ell, of This City, and "Bull" Anderson of Brooklyn. m T . I KOU.D IN TM6 I ' Wi T te. I fe- Trap!'.!-!?! &Mk&. -2-i t- I!'1.1 f: ; ;H -!... at !,' V! IIP If Pi IKK ' & M It ar Fully three-scene schoolboy runners started In the an mini novice eross'coutitry championship, held over tho SVi'inlle Lemon Hill course In I-'nrlmouiit t'nrk, this morrltiff. droves, of Central HlRh, was the rlrst runner to cross tho finish, with SO yards to pnrn over lloss, of tin tame school. Groves' time of l.".na Is considerably lower than that nf last year's winner, hut hi- finished strongly, and pave ev...

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

LEHIGH STUDENTS, JOINED BY ALUMNI, HONOR TAYLOR DAY Former Partner of Andrew Carnegie Gave His Alma Mater Gymnasium Swim ming Pool and Field B .EVENING LEDQEE-EHlL'APELPHIA', SATUBDAY, OCfOBEB 17, lgl. LEHIGH UNIVERSITY'S NEW TAYLOR STADIUM ouse. SOUTH BETHLEHEM, Pa., Oct. 17 Thls Is Taylor Day nt Lehigh University and hundiccls of Alumni from nil parts of tho country nre Joining with the student body In the celebration. In honor of Charles L. Taylor, of Pittsburgh, an alumnus and trustee of the University, who donated a large modern gymnasium, ftwlmmlng pool and field house, exercises were held at the University today. Ad dresses were made by representatives of the student body, the Alumni, the Faculty, and the Board of Trustees. High praise was accorded Mr. Taylor, whose gift enables the University to carry out lt broad program for the phy sical welfare of the student body. At Lehigh, upon joint students and faculty action, every student Is required to take regular gymnasium or ou...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 October 1914

wAxitmimkm,lviKH fIPBHS syi Cuenmg Ite&ner NIGHT EXTRA PRICE ONE CENT N IGHT EXTRA Aw,' & - VOL. I NO. SO PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1914. CoFiMOitr, 1014, r ins rostto Lsoora CowrANt. HJWU.ipif IIWIHHI Wl BUSINESS MEN HEAR KNOX'S APPEAL FOR SENATOR PENROSE Majority Must Stand as Unit Against Tyranny of Minor ity, He Declares Praises Doctor Brumbaugh. MYOR DECLARES COUNCILS HOLD UP OUTLAY OF FUNDS H v. (, i It ' ' i 1 . 19- . '15 - H . in k i I I!i ,: 1 I H i j! r! ; Hi h the Answers Charge That Heads , , of Departments Keep Money in Idleness by Put ting Blame on the Organi zation. i Mayor Blankenbtirg has answered In ft formal statement the assertions emanit Ing from machine source" that responsi bility for Idleness of approximated $11. COO.Crt) of city funds that -mould be under contract to give irk to the city's un employed restr, with the heads of de partments In the Administration The Mavor declare-) that the bulk nf thU Jnonrv that now lies unexpended In the C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 October 1914

-iwMijMWm uwi.giUpip NIGHT EXTRA NIGHT EXTRA. euenum PRICE ONE CENT PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1914. CoFtmaHT, 1614. t Tim rcm.io Lrnar. CoMrAKt. XOL. i-ko. a i ALLIES FORCE FOE BACK FROM COAST; mm 33ff&zri-iz& fn&pju v Continuous Assaults Check German Flanking Move and Bend Back Lines From Coast Paris Official Statement Reports Big Gains Near Arras. French Forces Reported Almost Within Cannon Range of Metz British War ships Said to Have Shelled German Positions in Belgium. A series of forced marches and sharp fighting has enabled the Allies to check the German advance into France from Belgium. The Allies' line has been extended until it blocks the path of the Kaiser's forces on Dunkirk. German artillery is bombarding Xicuport, 10 miles southwest of Ostcnd. The Belgian army has repulsed all attacks and has advanced to Roulers, 22 miles from the coast. Tl. ...-:. .it ..t A ..,..... f A.I...! I ...... T!.!- I..., I f lin ("InriTi.in I &"ii"tf? lilt Ulil.C 111. J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 October 1914

mmtm ' w '" " i 'i n iiwuij up mm. " 1 1 f'uijf 4pi'iT4B9 n EVENING LEPgER-PHILAPELPHrA, MONDAY, OCTOMB 19, X9Q. -""" HMV'TlWWl'yiHW 11 ' " s if- ! N w . ( e It ! if i i y w t i :U uoitRlU by Penrose. A evidence of good inllli, after the first of these meetings. It la set forth that the North American jirepared the following statement, Issued by Senator Penrose over hl nnme, Sep tember 2, 1911: The Inquliy Into the municipal gov ernment (by the catlln Legislative Commission) should be made without fear or fat or. In this purpose 1 stand ready to co-opernte. The present municipal situation 'n Philadelphia, In my judgment, de mand' a thorough housccleanlng and the adoption of measures to prevent st continuance or a repetition of tho methods of the present administration. i 'Under no circumstances .should the scandalous personal obligations and financial operations of certain city ' officials be carried Into another may oralty term. Penrose Is alo charsed with having aurrested and urge...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 October 1914

.vKWJwmKwwmijM WWHPI If" E.YBiya , CT'gQ--B,HTia!PJBri?P.HIA', - TOffD, OCTOBlSy TIT, 1013. nw 3 "SANTA CLADS GIRL" j WILL AGAIN MAKE :')- POOR TOTS HAPPY 'jvliss Olive May Wilson, of Jenkintown, Obtains ! Pledges of Support From SOON BEGIN WORK ON GARDEN OF OLD MORRIS MANSION Homestead a Storehouse of Heirlooms and Alive "Vith Memories of C o 1 6 n i a' 1 Days. MARK CENTENNIAL OF SUNDAY SCHOOL IN CHRIST CHURCH CONVENTION HOSTS WILL SOON GATHER FOR ANNUAL MEETS HISTORIC OLD PHILADELPHIA MANSION MADE NEW . ... - '--! r I i 1 . jl !.,' ft-; SSuBKSamuUmmhj H , New England Folk. Miss Olive Mny Wilson, the "Santn Clous Olrl," who has gladdened the hearts of thousands qf children with Christmas Rifts, hns returned to her liome In Jenkintown after a whirlwind trip through the New Kngtnnd states In which she Interested the people of that acdion In the "Santa Claus" movement. During her trip, which lasted three weeks, Mis Wilson was In touch with nian prominent persons, Including the governo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 October 1914

"W n,ivmmiwmn .jm. - -f&Vr ?T ,V -"TJ O f EVENING LEDGERPHIL"ADELHIA .MONDAY, OCTOBER 1'9, 1914. I !' 1 f; ij ALLIES DRIVE BACK ENEMY AND BLOCK RUSH Conttnufd from rnite One tacking Bolfort with their big slse 11 MB, , lUimora have been In the nlr during the lust 38 hour that the Germans have been preparing to deliver a master Btroke, but the nature of this contem plated move was not Indicated, The greatest optimism pervades the ranks of the French and Hrltlsli, and It Is felt here that any German operations along the main line must henceforth be chiefly of a defensive nature. Fighting Is reported west of Ostend. A war correspondent In Flushing, Hol land) has sent out the following account: "The passage of the German forces westward from Oitend ceaped on Sunday nfternoon. Fighting has begun botwecn them and the Allies. Three wagonloads of the German Injured have been feen returning from the front. An oyewltnes-i reported that he had seen a number of dead and wounded Germans. "Gu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 October 1914

Wipwiw mmmSmmtm "H,WtwwigwgKw'' w.m ji uutmmmm tnrrb&MfWi i BVESrilW' LEDGER P'HlEADBLPHIA", MONDAY," O0T0BEB 19, 1913. , HUGE GERMAN SIEGE GUNS AND THEIR HAHVEST Yr ' a - - i- ' - , ' i. .". , ' . 7 RIOTERS IN LONDON CONTINUE ATTACKS : ON GERMAN SHOPS Dock Laborers Renew Dis turbances Today Failure : of Police lo Detect Kaiser's i Spies Given as Cause. LONDON, Oct. 19. Additional anti-German Hole, taking place today In various suburbs of Lon don, have kept tho troops and the police, on edge. Tho centre of trouble con tinues to be the Deptford district, whero virtually every shop operated by Ger mans or those of German descent has been wrecked and one at least burned. The. rlotlnu has been led by tho clock laborers, many of whom nro out of Tor!c. At Saffron many persons wcro Injured In the llotlns. At Wnlden the mob etormed the home of u lending cotin icllor, who was charged with harboring Germans, and his household goods wcro destroyed, while ho was severely beaten before icscu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 October 1914

gi WJ'-- W3h 1 i m)mw ijRwt0im '6 EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA', MONDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1914. ? Ni ;M ". frl- :3B ts s-:H h I-' -I !. i5 m f - ? in ft ; r CHAMPAGNE FLOOD MADE GERMAN TIDE RECEDE, SAYS CHEF Invaders, Strong on Land, Couldn't Ford Rivers of Wine and Lost Paris, Inn keeper Asserts. By WILLIAM PHILIP SIMMS cnncY-nsMmiR. n-t. id. "Dirt nnvbnilv ever tell you the true ton of win the Grrmqlts pot such it llcklns In tlm b title of the Mnrnp, Jilst as. thv tlinttKlit they llncl Paris rlKht In their paws?" The rhulibv itnil ever-cheerful "Uprpcr" w Miiv lnvliifj the tnble for niv tuiieli out on the Invvn umler 11 litrijo but sheil dlns Hinr tree N'pnrliy wits tho ruin of an old stono mill iiml lieyoml it tht Cirnttil Mortti Kiirglrd past on Its wny t tlio OIsp. "Thev put licUnl." I rrpllril, "like nity thing or unylmily Ret llrked. t Sllppo.'e -bvcnni thm met liettr-r men." The "kcior" tunlletl. "No. tnonpnr," he salil. "you'rp wrong; thp 'pnii-i boohes' got licked while they v-e...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 October 1914

HWfu J' iy.uJ.ii,j.mjik1,miwpynwPW Huil'W nil II yilHIJHHJUPHIIJ! "WPIP EVENING LBDaBB PHILADELPHIA", MONDAY, OOTOBEK 19, 1914. wnmmfmmmtomHWfiyiiffli 9 s i I j ryl rse ur i in . th j ldet . ; ittr i t f and ' ,!n. j al ! -i ndt BRUMBAUGH STAMP ON CITY RECREATION REFUTES M'CORMICK His Work for System That Gives Many Thousands Substitute for Saloon An swers Democrat's Argument. The charge mntle by Vance C. McCor jnlck that Dr Martin 0. Brumbaugh has ncvor taken part In any Independent political movement mailo any attempt to gain civic Improvements for Philadelphia is not supported by the life ntitl record of the Hepubllcnn Gubernatorial nominee. Doctor Brumbaugh has served for three years as president of the Hoard of Recre ation, under a reform Administration, and as an appointee of Mayor Ulankcnburg. The latter Is one of Doctor Brumbaugh's closest personal friends. Without any llnnnclal compensation, Doctor Brumbaugh has succeeded In ob taining for the people a public recrea tional ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 October 1914

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 October 1914

mmmmm-t mmim mm fmu" "-wwte EVENING LtettO-BR-PHIXADELPHIA, MONDAY, '.OOTOBEB 10, 1914, 9 SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA MISS RODERTA I Mils Downing, who is the daughter of Mrs. Robert XNovember 21 at iter nyrltS 1VJ. of Seminole avenue, Chestnut Itlll, has In augurated a sowing cltins to work for tho Red Croat, which will meet every Friday morning it her home. Some nmonsr those who will nt ttnd will be Mrs, John A. Harris, Jr., Jtrs. Evan Randolph, Mrs. Joseph R. Cnrpenter, Jr., Mrs. John Story Jcnks, Mrs. John Wnlllngford Jlulr, Mrs. Joseph W. Wear, Mrs "Wain Mor gan Churchman, Mrs. Joseph Sill Clark, Mrs. William Waterman, Mrs. Albert A. Jackson and Jlrs. Joseph Price Tunis. Mr and Mrs. James Mauran Rhodes, of 111 Glenn road, Ardmorc, have rented their house n3 will spend the winter In town at the Blen heim, 17th and Chestnut streets, where they -will move this Friday. On Thursday Mrs. Rhodes will have a meeting of the Garden Club, of whclh Mrs. C. Stunrt Patterson Is pres...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 October 1914

SmmRKHSIHMBBinm i .11 , ii n mmmfi0fm nwwn u,i.,.,nijtn.mi hwpbw ''wi.iiliiiuiwi,iipinim'in ilpiwaillT'"w7''g),iiuiiiiij tiUpiiiauijJV' '7 r'iii'i'"i.iiiiiJWillJiiiii '"-" iWiWWIWfjiPliJWlpl lo " EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA', MONDAY, OCTOBER 19, I01&. WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT. INTEREST MAID AND MATRON IfHf 1 if i 'J p ! jf I iff r J Hi h 'I 1 Ml i 4 If' f II I H E f 77E MAID OF THE MIST Tale of LoVe That Happened in the Loveliest Land on Earth, tt The congregation stirred uneasllv In the high-backed rwws. The old, white-head-d minister wns talking on a subject that fceld deepest pain. "My friends," said he, "the sorest hearts In Scotland are among us In this church today. The sun Is shining, and the birds re singing, but the light has died this Sabbath morning In a hundred homes round the glens and hills of tnvergarryl Our gallant lads of the niack Watch to day nre lying on the battlefield of Mons. JThey died like heroes, but, oh! the sor rowing henrts they lef...

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