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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 October 1914

IW "i HI i. 'mlDlUJIpiipBWPtWgllW eyjfru .pjiM.,w WIjjSwipp11 ' ' J'1'"' wmMjwi,i EVENING LEDQER-PHIL'APELTHIA-, HOBDAY, OCTOBER IP, IQIS. UN SANTA GLAUS VERY PRACTICAL IN GIFTS FOR WAR ORPHANS More Warm Clothing Than Toys Among "Christmas Ship" Offerings, and That's What Child Feder ation Wants. It's point; to be n very, very practical Banta Clmm who visits tlio little "fur rlners" ncross the sea this year, Juilc )ntr from the first contributions to the "Christmas Slilp" tlmt wcro opened nt the headquarters In the City Hull Court yard tod.iy. For, In nccordnnco with tho appeal sent out by the Child federation, which has the work In clmrge, the Rienter number of the sift bosen revealed wnrm clothing; rather thmt the proverbial Christmas toy. And this Is oxnclly whnt the fedora tlon wnnts new clothing nnd plenty of It. or money to huy new clothing. "tt'e renllzo thoroughly," said Albert Proas, mannalne director of the cnm. falgn, "how much Joy Christmas toys would bring to tho lltllo...

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. — 19 October 1914

rt. nw w i " m 1 1 munnii w titm!it,"9i' -in m i iiiiiiiipiipminaimi wiw- i Hi' iiiji ii ,nf!iinp J' V i2 EVENING LEDaER-PHIUADJBLiai MpyDY, OCTOBER 19, XOldE. -CTwroew i'j-? nm T- t t ski r M u ' 1 Pi , h . J I VOLYMP1A HAS FISTIC TREATS IN STORE TONIGHT f Ji . - . . . YALE'S SHOWING BEST AMONG THE EASTERN ELEVENS Notre Dame's Defeat Gen erally Gratifying, Y e t Games for Local Suprem acy Still Out-rank Inter sectional Contests. Although the number of bis IntTsec tlonnl football games Is Increasing an nually. It Is probable that the tlnie will never come when there g.imr, regard ltss of the quality of football games play ed by the contending elevens, will sup plant In Importance the battles waged for sectional supremacy. As long as the llarvard-rrlnceton. Ynle-Hnrvaril am) I'rlnccton-Yalo games nrp played In the East, any contest which one of these learns may have with n team of the West will fade Into comparative litslenltl cance. In the sam" way the Chicago Minnesota, Mlnneotn-Wl...

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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. — 19 October 1914

FINANCIAL NEWS AND-COMMENT MARKETS EASIER ON PROSPECTS FOR AN EARLY REOPENING Partial Moratorium in Lon don Expires Today and Conference Is Called to Discuss Resumption. Foreign exchange was brought Into gioilT prominence today becauso of tho ob'tnclfa placed In the way of all es corts except Knglnml, Franco and Spain. Vo war Insurance can bo obtained on shipments to Holland, Sweden or other countries which arc supposed to have ,cii used as channels for German com- Sterling exchange was weak with sales of demand at JI.9J and cables at I4.8S, a decline of 1 cent from closing prices on l'rldnj Inst The demand for guilders disappeared, nnd exchange on Hollnnd win of. r ' n. il N'o demand was In evidence for Ber lin exi halige because of the refusal of war insurance to countries outside of those named. MONEY HATI2S ArtH LOWER. Cni' money was offered by some N'ew York banks at 6 per cent, and time money nt 7 cr cent. There was no urgent de inanii. nnd It Is now generally regarded M proba...

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. — 19 October 1914

i'" jwMqmpmmw mil " mmw u'wppn!wnmim w -"m wwtvimiummmvniuv m iiu(ww jii. i.-MUJPIiPWIWW w 2Mger vJIGHT NIGHT EXTRA b:xiRA -, PIUCE ONE CENT VOL. I XO. 01 nilLiVDELPJILV, MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1014. CortmanT, 1014. bt ine rcstto LtDaiR Commht. " WWMff 'iii Jj,jijiliuWuw.i I- if I !i IfJtH : t ii it r. ELECTRIC VEHICLE . MEN OPEN GREAT fiAWUEMTTYM UT7DT7 VjUriVMulUri IlJuRCl Delegates From All Parts of the Country Meet Edison to Attend Mayor Wel comes Guests. Representative men In Hie electric vehi cle Industry from various parts of the country today attended the opening ses sion of the fifth annual convention of the felectrlc Vehicle Association of America. The convention, which will Inst until "Wednesday, Is belnB held In th llellcvut. Btratford. Delegates from various parts of tho country who arrived here In horseles vehicles nnd dlfTc-'-ut soils of "btusi wagons," wcr? welcomed by Minor Ulnnk cnburg. The Mayor addressed the road travelers In the Clover ltoom. which I' decorated wit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 20 October 1914

WJWWpSS"! -r- Iie&jer NIGHT EXTRA igimtmn NIGHT EXTRA PRICE OWE CENT PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1914. VOL. I NO. 32 CoptsionT, 1014. t inr. Pfjiuto Lewm coiiriHt. GERMAN CHARGES ALONG RIVER YSER AGAIN REPULSED Belgian, Troops Throw Back Kaiser's Forces Near Ypres Invaders Advance From Lille in Futile Effort to Pierce Allies' Lines Blocking Road to Dunkirk. Capture of Several Outer Forts at Verdun Is Announced by Berlin Paris States French Advance Along the Meuse Has Not Been Checked. ' French troops continue to push forward on the Meuse, in the peninsula of Camp ties Romaincs. ' The Belgian army has repulsed German assaults along the Yser River and its lines are, intact. Germans are advancing from Lille in the direction of Arnicnticrs, Fournes and La Basscc. German warships on Sunday sank the British submarine E-3 and the entire crew was lost, according to a Berlin official announcement. A German torpedoboat destroyer has been sunk by the Japanese in Kiao-Chau Bay. Repor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 20 October 1914

tllM'liW'ipMMIlMIH l cL M EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, OOTOBEB 20, 1014. WWjHIU"H WEpSJEpHM1 'iK'WiJi'n'ilni iijihihhhph i ' 'uiwwjih ii.iih.1 mMWW,.ylwiiii.)i m-jwigpij i mmpun yi ninn.n i hhmiii. Ai r .' I' ! rl V i ; ' M '4 I .'! .-. a 1. v M 'i k: 5ft pays high TRIBUTE TO PEACE POLICY OF WILSON Former President Commends Course of His Successor in Holding Aloof From For eign Entanglements. WASHINGTON. Oct. . With an ad dress of welcome by President Wllon, the annunt convention of the American Bar Association opened In this city to day. It will probably prove the largest, unci In many respects the most Impor tant, withering of lawyers the nation has seen In manv years Special significance Is attached to the discussions ef Inter national law. as bearing upon the present Kuropean conflict, of which there are several on the program. E-Prcsldont Taft. who is president of tho Bar Association, followed the brief Introductory speech of President Wilson with his annual nddi ss. H...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 20 October 1914

WPPP S WfS'fWW'WIIWM wmmm&pBiM&tHmmml wpjjmjjipjJJP "FROCKS OF COTTON WHEN WINDS BLOW? HEVERI" SAY WOMEN Patriotism a Fine Sentiment, But Think of Those Cold, Cold Blizzards Coming This Way. Philadelphia women, unlike, their South ern sisters, nro apparently not malting any plans to substltuto cotton garments for their silk nnd woolen winter raiment, In order to relieve the tenseness of tho cotton situation. Down South tho women nnd girls have formed leagues which are advocating tho wearing of cotton this winter. Miss Gene vieve Clark, daughterof tho Speaker, Jia3 announced her Intention of having only cotton clothing In her wardrobe, and many of tho Congressional womon hnvo followed her example. According to these enthusiasts, frocks of cotton can be made to appear Just as Bmart as silk or wool. "Philadelphia women are not patriotic enough to go In for anything like that," Bald tho manngcr of a cotton goods de partment of a big store today. But a woman In tho vicinity enmo ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 20 October 1914

JBWWgwr'4 wuhm nql-r '' i " " " ttWmSmnSSS'tSttllllif'tllfKtltWth' 4 EVENING LEDftEB-PHILADELPHIA', TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, IQlg.. 'LiiyimJ'iijVVii"tti'fcwi''iiSTww''j. j limiy ,wiawifiiir.ji r--iw.y- - M ! t 1? 3 f GERMANS MENAGE VERDUN DEFENSES HOSPITAL BOX CAR Confirmed from fnee One rlRht bank In the 1'enlnsulit ot Camp dea Hlomalnps To sum up. In tho l.ty at tho 19th we rnnu some llttlo progress nt different points on tho front. The Yser ttlvcr rises In northern France And llow In a northeasterly dli-cetlon through northwestern Itelglum north of 1'prcs nml Ulxmude. It Hows Into tho North Sea. ItlKhly colored reports nre cnmllij? through from the front. Oilc lilicolillrmcd rumor has It that denrral von Kink's nrmy Is threatened with illfasler; another rays that the .Allies have entered or tiro on the point of retnklns Ostend. The thlo In the N'nrlli was turned by the arrival of Ttrltlsh relnforeements, but not until the Allies, rmtneml In the Hank ing drlvo eastward, had passed thr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 20 October 1914

BVBNISG LBPSflB-Btt.APBIiEHIA. TUESDAY, OOTOBEB 20, 1014. CHUROHILL'S TAUNT GETS DEADLY REPLY FROM GERMAN 'RATS' Raiders' Warfare, Stroke for ( Kaiser, May Be Aban doned for Bold Dash Upon I England, Experts Argue. Why has there been no great naval bat tle in the European war? The nnswer reveals the far-sighted itrntegy of the German General Btaff. But the world may not bo kept In sus pense a great while longer. The feeling Is general over Europe that a sea fight of some kind Is certain to come within a ttw weeks. It Is known that the German fleet Is hugging Its native shores and keeping be yond the rango of the enemy's fire within the havens of Kiel Canal, the Baltic and bates at Wllhelmshaven. The Ttustlan fleet I) bottled up In the Dtack and Ualtlo Seas. The French warships are guard ing the vast coast of France and engag ing In minor notions In the Adriatic. The vaunted British navy la patrolling the North Sea and English Channel to ward off any attempted Invasion of British sho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 20 October 1914

111 awymmyii .J. B EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, OCTOBEE 20, 1914. ! fc; tu H. lie -I '.' t &- am Tca! Mi SENATOR MORRIS, OF NEBRASKA, WILL FIGHT PENROSEISM Republican of Middle West Coming to Pennsylvania to Aid in Rehabilitation of Party. tVASHINOTON. Oct. SH.-Senntor Oenrpe TV. Norrls, of Nebraska, a Uepublloan, last night authorized the announretnont that he would ko to Pennsylvania the latter part of this week to appeal to the Republican voters of the Stnto to assist In the rehabilitation of the Ilepubllcnn party In the nation by ntltiK nsalnst l'enrose. "It Is the first duty of the nepubllean Tarty to destroy Benrnselsm," he said "As a Republican Senator I consider It a duty to my conscience, a duty to decent citizenship and a duty to popular kov ernment to oppose with alt my power thi re-election of Boles Fcnros to the United States Senate." Senator Norrls made It manifest that he had no personal antagonism to Mr. Penrose. Ills fifrht Is against the thlnss that Mr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 20 October 1914

"?HPWPW EVENING LEDGDR-PHILAlDKIiPHIA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20 1914. I PROBING DEATH OF FRANK VOGEL, 1 , SIEGEL'S PARTNER Coroner Orders Autopsy to Remove Any Suspicion of Suicide Was Under 13 IndLfments. . 'I NEW YORK, Oct 20. To removo any msplclon of suicide In tho case of Frank E. 'Vogel, partner of Henry Slegel, In his defunct banks and stores, who died suddenly In ho Hotel Dlltmoro last night, Coroner Hallenateln today ordered an autopsy. Mr. Vogel was, with Slegel, under 13 Indictments for grand larceny In con nection with the failure of the Slegel banks and stores. The only person In the vogel suite at the time of Sir. Vogel'B death was his Kite, Mrs. Blanch Slegel Vogel. There was not the slightest evidence however, that Mr. Vogel had taken his own life. For tho past IS years he has been under constant caro of his physician. During this entire period ho has suffered from heart troublo. At 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon he lUrted out for his afternoon wnlk, which was always very ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 20 October 1914

-YiVvwmvWim4fiaiifim r"--TOviiiiiili.iiji)W!gWwffqtil,J4,i.jii,. p Knp'i n'l'HSP-iwwMWi F EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, OQTOBEB 20, 1914. ' 1.1. " . . ! ! 11 8" 'yg'l vti' iFiNiii.jjgjfH mmwivitr',n1ll0&Q!t'1Rl0H)t! fl 4i M Queuing glggs Hunger PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY CmUS II. K. CUHTtS. TnEirBNT. Geo. TV. Ochn, Secretary! John C. Martin, Treasurer! Charles II. Ludlngton, Philip S. Collins, John B. Wil liams. Directors. nDiTOitiALnoAiiD: Cinrs II. K. Ccbtis, Chairman. P. II. WHAIiET Kxecuthe BJltor JOIINC. MARTIN General Huslnei Manager Published dally at rcntio Lepatit Building, Imlnwndenee Square, Philadelphia. Lrpsra Cevif L ttroad and Chestnut Streets ATLANTIC Cut Vrcsi'Vnhn Building Ntw Tomt iiO-A, Metropolitan Tower CmoAoo..... St" Home Insurance IlulldlnR Lo.ndox 8 Waterloo Plate, Pall Mall, S. W. KEWS UL'RRAUS i ItARrisacai tlrnrjo The IMfrtot TttilMlnir WAUtsnTON Hi rp.au. The Post tlulldlnn Np.w Yor.K IUr.ltAt? The Ttmra Huilrtinjr Hsnt.ts Iirmut 'I'1 FrledrlcJul...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 20 October 1914

ff fiVENISTG frft-ntfTCH-PKIEADEEPfilA-. TUESDAY, OOTOBEB 20, 1914. SOCIAL LIFE PHILADELPHIA MRS. WILLIS D. POWELL rhoto by Mr Mrs. Powell, it will be remembered, was Miss Clara Schoble, of Wyncote, Pa., before her marriage a fortnight ago. Mr. and Mrs. Powell are at present on their wedding trip. M ARGOT ELLIS SCULL, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Ellla Scull, who will make her debut at a dinner dance to ho given by her paronts at Lelghton Place, Over brook, Friday, November 13, wilt havo no re ceiving party, but two prominent New York debutantes, Miss Josephlno do GersdoriT and Miss Kathleen Macy, will como ovor for tho dinner danco and spend the week-end as tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Scull. Miss Scull has lust returned homo after a year spent abroad, and whllo In England attended several largo balls during tho London season. It was the In tention of Mr. and Mrs, Scult that their daugh ter should first make her formal dobut at Lelghton Place and then that Bho should bo presented...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 20 October 1914

ipiiiimHpjn j i Uft.JWUJH -II JKUlfltWWW V'WKm,vwmi'iimtt'm' pmmmwmm wamwi v xo ti iSYliJiVliNU LJflDGJj3B-lHlLADBLPHXA, TUJfcJJLAY, OUSOBlfitt 20, 1014:. WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON ffliwimiipiww ww m & f i, t t f i m 1 'i 'mi COULEUR The Romance of a Bhe was a slim llttlo slip of a creature with ft small, pate face and great dark eyes eyes that faced tho tips and downs of her rather lonely life with the eatne calm, resolute outlook, .Tust n little ste nographer she was, neither rich nor very clever nor even very good-looking and tonight more than a trine lonely, and, ah! o tired. The day had been long In the orilcc. and she had yearned for tho owlet peace of her little attic room, with its cnceriui fire and big nrmchnlr. Yet here she was at last, and all that she could feci was the sheer solitariness of It all For to night was the anniversary of an episode long years ago, an evening pregnant with events, and the dear happiness of young l...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 20 October 1914

EVENING LEDkERPHILAPELPHIA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, ,1914. 11 BURNING OF DOCKS MAY PLUNGE ITALY INTO NATIONS' WAR Austria Reported as Sus pecting Italians of Destroy ing Plant at Montfalcone. May Involve Turkey and Rumania. LONDON, Oct. 20. Tha International developments Involv ing the possible participation of Turkey, Rumania and Italy In the war held a large place In the general Interest today. That Importnnt developments may be looked for very soon la the general belief jn diplomatic circles. Tho neuter Affency rocelved the follow ing dispatch from Its correspondent at Chlatso, Switzerland, today: Who situation between Italy and Aus tria Is becoming Braver dally. Notwith standing efforts to prevent friction, JVInce von Holienlohe, tlio Governor of Trieste, has declared his moral conviction that he will soon have evldenco that the (Ire at Montfalcone dockyard was duo to an Italian conspiracy. The partial destruction to a new dread nought clocked at Montfalcone, has Inten sified tho a...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 20 October 1914

wfrn'miwwmnn w.jpmu HsjfQjjjsjpirTir i"iii"iYw I t 12 EVENING LEDGEE PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, -OOTOBEE 20, 1914. ' FOOTBALL INTEREST AT PENN HAS DEVELOPED WONDERFULLY SINCE LAST SATURDAY? BASKETBALL MEN , TO PERFECT ALL SEASON'S DETAILS YACHTSMEN TO BE : OUT IN FORCE AT MEETING TONIGHT m I MOST TEU MvLt aivmit nr RRCL0S3 COO KB 114 .r.i-t-r BRANV 4 .3L otn IVT M AWJAjq OR rr I " I AHP lErvr - tn wovito-Tb- l Deucvr Delaware River Yacht Rac 4 ing Association Officials ta i Arrange Plans for Big Af-' IT!.' fairs Next Year. 'mamwammammmamaimmmmmmmmmmmmrmmrmwKvrinr'rmvtmmnfimmKammmitwr--'-- '": -" I " om TmatX aH? ( nu ud nonmil - ' I 1 Tm so glaoI kight t6m Sim so sofmr: f in f . j- ho the JoMes f . I M,..?el-P MS Jf u?,2 ( MC? i I .. X", .V uirve ouieo Vwt"- jOv- M, T""" "'.... 7 """ ,-- i I '- ' 1 ,Tk -S THervA A r e3iWl!-JX JZtliZk UL. T.. I" - . ii . " - -r- - J tsr i nk n .s ii Mh t a .. l i LIKE JbiJES'KSJS3. CALL FOO .;V-Tt 'Si'h..v oc S - tin.' -. i ...- . -mrmzA . ? i .-..,- i ....

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 20 October 1914

jjKH? tttVnK (? EVENING LBPaBB-PHILADHEPHIA, TUESDAY, OOTOBEEJO, 1914. ' 13 ii FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL SITUATION AT HOME AND ABRQAD-MARKET REPORTS RATE CASE DECISION LIKELY TO AFFECT 'CHANGE REOPENING Wall Street Believes Com merce Commission's Find ings Will Be Important Factor Money Market Easier. The street was In another despondent mood today, although there -was no rea son why sentiment should be more de pressed on one dny than another as long s business Is suspended. Brokers continued to talk of the volume ct business transacted over the counter ty various banks, but thoro docs not scorn to be inv way In which this trading can he prevented, although knowledge of the banking transactions makes members of the board uneasy, and various groups gather on the floor to exchango views and endeavor to decide on somo action tti&t will enable them soon to obtain. commissions. Dealings in one-year obligations which are not restricted by Stock Exchango reg ulations continues In good v...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 20 October 1914

fimmMmmtmm'ftm 1W'W'',wWjWWpjBpWJt w& l&titQtt NIGHT EXTRA NIGHT EXTRA i Wi & vol,. i-:no. aa rin laj)el.piii a, Tuesday, October 20, wu. PRICE ONE CENT Cortntanr, 1014. st thi Tcstio Ledum Commnt s&p ! f - ' ELECTRIC VEHICLE HAS GREAT FUTURE, DELEGATES ASSERT Largest Convention of Asso ciation Ever Held Opens Its Sessions at the Bellcvue-Stratford. Good Roads and Legislation in the Best Interests of the In dustry Demanded Discuss Storage Battery Car's Evolu tion. Enthusiastic dlsciifjl-ms of th future of the elertrlo vehicle marked tho second day's session of the fifth annual conven tion of the Electric Vehicle Association of Amerlci In the clover room of the BclleVue-Stratford Hotel today. At the opening of th session announce ment was made that the convention wn the largest that the acsoclation had evr held, nearly !" membra nttendlnc. "The electric car will absoluMv and unquestionably be the automobile of the future, both for pleasure nnd buslno." declared Frank ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 October 1914

NpiPVw9i?jfiSf t. 'jMMim'HjHWiiiiigt'AfH; i1 1"" n"u ,n mi wijiii , iiippiqifinMlp , jimi timm japwagwyp ileJiger NIGHT EXTRA NIGHT EXTRA Kimtm Tm-,m.n)rwmmmik'mi i VOL. I 3StO. 33 PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1914. COJTKMITT, Id. T WI PPM.tO tWflfS CoMIT. PRICE ONE CENT ALLIES TRY FLANK OVE IN BELGIUM; ADVANCE ON LILLE Germans Again on Defensive After Fierce Assaults Are Repulsed British Fleet Aids Land Force and Naval Brigade Co-operates With King Albert's Troops. Berlin States Slow Advance Is Being Made in General Direction of Dunkirk. Violent Fighting Continues Along Meuse River and in Alsace. ' The Allies are believed to be attempting a flanking move in' Belgium and to be advancing against Lille. Berlin announces German forces arc gaining gradually in the direction of Dunkirk, and the German right still is advancing from Lille. It is believed the fire of British warships has compelled the Kaiser's forces to abandon Nicuport. The British fleet has shelled the German posi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 October 1914

'''"WUfMsMnW11' ' '""" 7,1 yr -T- -rmfTT w r -j,- - yyytSS!! W;?fowB-Ty?i "i"Wjwpyi EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21 1912. ii l ? J it, n bout the North American story and the ay Bill Vare was knifed." "What did they eay?" he was asked 'Something like this: 'So that's how he got "our Bill." Well, we'll get him this time!' and 'now we get a chance at the hian who put "our Bill" away. They can't .laugh at us after this.' " Vare leaders will not admit there Is any uprising. "There ain't any orders," ono man said. "Vare won't knife Pen rose." . "Hasn't he sot the nerve?" was asked. This stung the Vare leader, loyal to the last ditch. "Now, don't be too sure about that," was the reply. "How about the last day or, two? You can't tell what they'll do. 'iow aDout orders the last nay? wuict orders no ono would hear?" QUIET "OnDEHS," IP ANT. They will be quiet orders If any come. .But orders are unnecessary where there Is a chance for reprisal. It would heed orders to vote f...

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