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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 October 1914

rV&j-Jgg, - 3f-4 -a-f PR. BRUMBAUGH AT SCHOOLS' HEAD PUT POLITICIANS TO ROUT Won Notable Victories Over "Pullbacks," Reactionary " Faction That Throttled the Progress of Education. Dr Martin 3. BrumbaURh's record ns Bupe'rlntcndent of Schools In tills city lias teen Investigated. It shows ho linn nl ways resisted bosslsm In public nffaliR. Throughout his enreor as an educator ho has opposed the efforts of powerful poli ticians to arbitrarily rule the affairs of he school system. l After the new school code becamo effective Doctor Drumbntish was con fronted by a faction In the Uontd of Edu cation known ns tho "pullbncUs," whoso purpose It was to throttle every nttempt nt the modernization of educational ad ministration Another element In tho ehool hoaid, called the "proBrosilves," supported Doctor Urumbaugh nnd his as 1 poclates. L The reactionary members were led by t Blmon Orntz, who enjoys tmpainltcled 1 cower In the Board of Revision of Taxes, c well ns tho Board of Education...

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. — 21 October 1914

TWpwwwnHww im f -n'vtai.vr- ; -- "-'- " inmiiiwmu in y i iilHwi.ji'1 ' wnwwwq r4 EVENING LEDGERPniLADELPHlA. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21', 1913. jpppBffpwwPfWiwiwumi gM'w uii ""m'hw uPfuinwwJM'imi upwuf mx it li Iff : 5 'f I " I p y GERMAN ATTACKS GROW FIERCER AS ALLIES HOLD Eontlnnul rrom rnite One any lighting over tho greater part of the l!n! from the Olso Into Belgium, the hos tilities are terrlflc. The Germann hold an unusually strong position near I.llle, ani there arc certain points In that reRlon which have been taken, lost ami rctakei halt down limes during- the last fortnight. ALLIES ATTEMPT FLANK MOVEMENT IN BELGIUM LONDON, Oct. 21. The Allies are attempting a turning movement In France and Belgium. This much Is admitted In military headquar ters. The bollef Is current that the aim Is to roll back the German right from the vicinity of Nlouport and Ostend. Jt Is freely admitted that the fleet Is In action and that the naval brigade Is co-operating with the Belgians. The In feren...

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. — 21 October 1914

PPI EVENING LEDGEB PHILADELPHIA", WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEB 21', .1912. n,w n-imnmmM J GERMANY BUILDS 200 AIRSHIPS FOR RAID ON ENGLAND ''M Invasion Will Come in Feb- II ruary, Declares Aviator. Zeppelin Armada Report ed Preparing for Attacks, ITALIAN WARSHIPS WATCH ALBANIA TO SUPPRESS ANARCHY ROMANCE, PATHOS, HUMOR FROM THE GREAT WAR DRAMA AMSTERDAM, Oct. 21. Information trom an ntithorltatlvo source shows that the precautions bclnp taken In london against nn airship at tack are thoroughly Justified, though a. bit premature. While occasional minor raids may be made on I,ondon sooner If Germany gets ft foothold on the Channel, the Grand Aerlnl Armada will not be launched against England until February, for Ger many will not he ready till then. "We are building 200 aeroplanes es pecially fr tnc attack on London. Thcso are of a new and extra largo type, ca pable of carrying 1000 pounds. In ad dition to tho weight of the pilot and bomb thrower," said nr German nvlator today. "Thefe new aeropla...

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. — 21 October 1914

fmmmmmmm a c "S3qi&i EVENING LEDGEBPHILADELPHIA WEDNESDAY, OOTOBEB .21', 191, """'. """ ".' Il1"1' i...iiiii - lumbal I tin ! WILL LOCAL OPTION COMMAND MAJORITY OF STATE SENATE? Rapid Growth of the Move ment in Pennsylvania Is Shown by the Evening Ledger's Canvass of Districts. HArtUtSlH'RG, Oct. 2t. -Local option In PcnnsjlvniiU Is traveling the usual rocky road when It becomes nn Issue In partisan politics Typical organization methods are being used In this campaign to defeat the movement for temperance) reform. As liiifi always been the case when this Issue lias come to the front, the old style politician and the followers of the Or ganization am studiously avoiding any declaration In regard to It which might Identify them as favoring or being op posed to local option. The fumlllar "straddle." at which Organization lead era have become so adept, is to be re marked In a majority of the 15 district In Pennsylvania where new Senators are to be elected this fail Wherever possible...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 October 1914

i 1 r MODERN DANCE STEPS ARE DAILY GAInInG IN POPULAR FAVOR UMICHG INSTRUCTOR Mf QfWjnB j J M V B Vw 1 1 the , G$m&tvr I &k FH cC A ifrJi , I J I - PHONOGRAPH fSjiZ lv5'' H. U V Y a ff -Aw Ul 1 a N : ; via. JMi MSSjm AO M 1W rp? fel 1 VhW, yC-" 1 W PICTURESQUE. ako 'wffiTSX 1sS37-t 1 I W OSt SKlfi J3kW NiA ff HALF A, THE. , ,T i & (5c. KSIji $& U ' RHYTHMIC V T TH,mw3HM2L STEP & -2?$ HESITATIOU IS MOT fi SOJT1I , MtWTAMGO , w lTHETAMSO Tttr .WALTZ: AMEWCA! WHY. NtWTtTf2s .iV-V CO'' Argemtihe , --P5 Terpsichorean distortions, however, DANCE DISTORTIONS SHUNNED BY THOSE WHO LOVE THE ART Public Halls Keep Out Folk Who Vulgarize the Mod ern Steps and Encourage Serious Students. Are modern dnncca ViccomlnR unpop ular, too difficult, too kaleidoscopic? There la llttlo reason for bellovInB so. Never liaa thla pastime been so univer sal na at present, never has the keen Interest and enthusiasm been manifest that Is sen on every hand today. And why? Because, say. dancing ...

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. — 21 October 1914

" v - -J 4UWMJJ, Mf.W ii ...nn. luwBBffPfuwwwwincmjf iWui'i' 8 " TTfjp" EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, ft-EDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1914. ' V-tVTtJ fP l 5 Jh sl ii If i naimmtg ggMlft Hunger PUBLtC LEDGER COMPANY CYRUS H. K. CURTIS. racstnEsr. Oo. W. Ochs, Secretary; John C. Martin, Treasurer I Charles II I.udington. Philip S Cilllns, John n. Wil liam, Directors. noiTontAL noAnDs rtmalt K. Clrtis, Chairman. r. II. WHAl.KY Executive Editor JOHN C. MARTIN' General Business Manager Published dally at Pcnuc Ltnorn Building-, Independence Square, Philadelphia. Lrmtn Ostium, Broad and Chestnut Street! Atlantic Citt rrrtt-Union Building Nbkt Yobk 170-A, Metropolitan Tower CnicAoo 817 Home Insurance Building IxJNbo 8 Waterloo Dace, Tall Mall, S W. NEWS BUREAUS : RsMitssrsn nrtiFn The Patriot Building YAaitir.Tov Ittitnc The foal Building Nr.w YnRK III sr.lt) The rimes Building nmi.tM lit nr.iu no FrledrlchJtraeea tiOirmt IIi-rrac 2 Pall Mall Earn. S W. I'Aila Uinr.ic 32 Ituo Louis U Qrand sunscni...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 October 1914

-nwwrtPW IKypiwBiui'i'wiiiiJi ih'mwwh" flro $ EVENING IiBPGBB-PFTTMDISLgHIA-, WEDAY, OOTOBflB 21, lOlj. .. uttiH rMtAriLES GIBBONS DA- VIS, of 8201 Seminole avenue, Chestnut Hill have issued Invitations for a dansant hlch they will give to Introduce their daugh- Miss Louisa Gibbons Davis, on Thursday afternoon, November 12. from 4 until 7 o'clock. The tea will be held In the ballroom of the dermantown Cricket Club, Manhelm. The card Edward Lawrence Davis Is Inclosed. Mrs. ntvla and her daughter will bo at home on Thursday afternoons In January after 3 o'clock at their Chestnut Hill home. Mr and Mrs. William Coleman Freeman en tertained a house party over the week-end at their home In Lebanon. Among tho guests were Miss Marguerite Patterson, Edward O. Troth, L. Brooke Edwards, John B. Mears, CilebWlstar and B. Baldwin Edwards. Mr. . jirs. Freeman will not return to their horns in St. Martin's until November IB. Mrs. H. " ' Sharplcss, of Laburnums, rwue'n Hill. has recalled tho Invita...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 October 1914

fc-omprr-- mww f$F. - -tvrvcsttoi 4HHI(L11 r iL 10 " EVENING LEDaEB-PHlTJ'ADErPHlA; WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, I9T2, Zggggggm .1 ; : i fc i L! -i) in 1 I tl i.! S.. t If" ' ,! i t i ftf : i rJ . ; i' ' r If k i : ? ,J '!.'; I M i: J. i , i f H i i 1 I i , i! WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS WHEN THE FLAPPER ) A Tragic Tale Told by The Bachelor. ' The Flapper, be It understood, Is Just fourteen, and quite absurdly pretty. le- fcplte hr denrtli of years, she Is, however, ly no means unsophisticated! Itor name 'is Nora, but to her bosom friends alio Is he Flapper the tiom de guerre orlslnat- , .... - . ..,!-,. i.. iik in me ion ranpuiK pmuui im- um.K 8ad wears en coiffure behind, i All her short life Ions I have been the 'tapper's chosen confidant and friend. "Almost as pood as i brother. Ilex!" she (Volunteers patrntiiftlngly. "You really are fe fine old sport and very useful to khow!" The Flapper' friendship Is a Joy and a Jlellght. but at the same time fratiRht with Banger! For In ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 October 1914

g fflVr'' nM,'"wa--ffr r?s-!B"3''awttir EVENING LEDGEB-BHIIiADELPHIA WEDNEBPAY OCTOBER 21, 1913, 11 - mTnTnll SERVICE PROMOTED BY THE PARCEL POST Exhibits by the Government 'at More Than 100 State and County Fairs Prove Utility of the System. Imovt atait connEsroNDEvx. WASHINGTON, Oct. 21.-Exhlblta of the farm-to-table service of the parcel post system have bcn made by the Gov ernment at more than 100 State and county fairs. As a result of this campaign of advertising. Postmaster General Burleson reports the public Is hastening to em brace an opportunity to obtain cheaper and better farm produce. The now sys tem was Introduced In Philadelphia on October 1 County fairs at Allcntown and York, fa., refused to grant space to the Gov trnment for these exhibits. Displays have ben made, however, at eight county fairs In Pennsylvania this autumn with tho following results: Bellefontc "Postmaster thoroughly Im pressed with the wisdom of the move and the method of demonstration. Tho re mits a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 October 1914

v-wM"'f nn&r- y.j "limij lyuwuwtw""" Wlfr VW1 mmmmmmmm EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA", WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEB 21', 1913. TTT . -J PENN MAKING READY FOR INDIAN GRIDIRON BATTLER-AMATEURS IN BOUTS TONIGHT myjifX r !:"J!i J a I r A i ' j ii tfd i!ti" a I i Hi k i ti ft- i-Ai k SURPRISES HAVE BEEN SPRUNG IN GOLF THIS YEAR Disappointments Have Also Been Experienced, But All in All the Past Season Has Been a Good One. The past season In Philadelphia gotf has toecn productive of some surprises ami a number of disappointments. Although several of our Important trophies hiivo hcen carried away by visitors from other district's, on the whole the season has been a good one for locals. The three trophies thnt arc now ileco rating the Interior of clubhouses In other parts of tho countrv Were not lost to lis because loent golfers did not play gnnd golf. And no excuses or alibis are to lie given. In winning the Lynnowoort Hnll cup. George V. llotan, Waco, Tos., played hatter all around golf than ho e...

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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. — 21 October 1914

mm'mmmm' hwjm w bw .l.u p,- - -e, iP'yrwWfpHplW 'uw;..nwwUipmi'wwWPWiiWlit ' 3t)S")Wlp -v" --ww"---J--J-J-'-Vid EVENING LEDGEE-PHILADELPHIA', WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2f, 1913, t$$ 13 FINAWCIALAND COMMERCIAL SITUATION AT HOME AND ABROAD-MARKET REPORTS j MARKET FEATURE IS ACTIVE DEMAND FOR . HIGH GRADE B0MD5 Railroad Securities Yielding Five Per Cent, or More Are Wanted Particularly by Small Investors. AH developments In financial nntl com mercial affairs today were of a favorable character. The New York city Issues cere In brisk demand, with more active trading than has been noted at any time tines the few days after the subscription closed- The one-year notes sold at 100. The1 three-year bonds wore In good de mind at 10i, and there was unusually Urge trading In the prior city Issues. One of the governors of tho New York Stock Bxchange said that the demand for raltroact bonds had disappeared, with the beginning of the rate Inquiry, but a can- of bond houses Indicates that this il&lcme...

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. — 21 October 1914

NIGHT EXTRA .NIGHT vxstma f,XMK X- PRICE ONE OJDJMTJ VOL. I-NO. 133 PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1914. COPtRtaHT, 1014, St TJtE Ftcmo Lbdoeb COVPAJir. iv 3 '4 S u ill I i ' ? I ii i!" 17 i ELECTRIC YEHICLE MEN TO DEVELOP THEIR INDUSTRY Discuss Plans for Future at Closing Session of Annual Convention Pleased With Mayor's Suggestion. The development of the electric motor and Its future possibilities was tho prin cipal topic of discussion nt the closing eesslon of the tlf tit .innunl convention of the Klectrlc Vehicle Association of Amer ica In the Bellavue-Strntfonl today. "The invention of the Iron-nickel bat tery by IMIsorr In 1901." snld II. S Bnld ln, In an address, "nilded a new and Valuable fuctor to the electric vehicle In dustry through the use of entirely oppo i'te elements and material" from those previously employed, an alkaline solution Instead of an acid: stei Instead of rub ber, and steel In the place of lead "These elements gnve gt enter strength nnd lightness, ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 22 October 1914

it r jrTJ5p " itiatt NIGHT EXTRA turning NIGHT EXTRA s VOL. 1-KO. 34 PltlLADELPniA, THUKSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1914. ALLIES UNSHAKEN BY. ENEMY'S RUSH ON 300-MILE LINE Advanced Positions Are Maintained on Left Wing in Spite of Desperate Ger man Charges French Announce Gains in Argonne and Woevre Regions. Canal System in Northern France Turned Into Fortified Trench by Kaiser's Troops, Berlin States Invader's Bel gium Headquarters Reported Moved. Cr r The Germans hac increased the violence of their attacks and fierce engagements were in progress along the entire 300-mile front. The French official statement says the Allies have maintained their ad vanced positions on the left and have advanced slightly in the Argonne and Woevre regions. The German Staff has moved its Belgian headquarters from Ghent to Grammont, 20 miles to the south, according to Amsterdam dispatches. The garrison in Antwerp is reported greatly reduced Unofficial reports say the Allies have occupied Courtrai, Ostcnd and Kic...

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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. — 22 October 1914

frffllppWsjIsPW kA",3 EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1914, f) -5 i.b-w1 'isffSiJAir-n "i i! I M i ii-t i it" '.:' : i : .. i " LI s i; k i j IP (tuddonly jcstcrdny from New York for Ulnssow Waving reporter n.!lo with lila gloved hand, Judge Klurrl II (Snry, chnlrmii of the Hoard of Directors of the Pnlled Males Steel Corpoi ntlon. who hns been iknonru'cl bv the Ooveriimenl piotiutri lis the originator of pools and secret sn llcntes. today icfused to make miv Matemcnt "It wouldn't he proper for tue to cs press nit. opinion on the outcome n the Milt," he "tald. MOttrlAN'S JKM.fM.CM PROFIT Attention wna culled to ttlo fntruni Behwn'i dinner in New York, which It-Uc' rilmot until tUt light, tl was at lh tllnner that tit- late J. I. Mortrttt, II l said, lnndcd over .t,fMW) to Hi-hw . to help to i rente tho "Sleet Trust," t'o the sum of JS.flOn.m) Morgan received Im.l: JiiUfKrW InstCe of tt week In Mod. n ml sti 'jrllles, a pront of JNH.IMO 6W. Jti.Ue CJni) n.JP presen...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 22 October 1914

wnwu .igBwaa ff -mmsf . pftyj zIBEttSmsm''1 "" ' "-l'ww'i'fl', EVENING LEDGEEPHIKAPELTHIA THUBSDAY, OCTOBER "' '' I I mm m a p ' 22. l'9Tf. 3 EIGHT ASPIRANTS' PASS CIVIL SERVICE TEST FOR $1800 JOB Provisional Appointee as Clerk in Dock Department 1 Third on List Examina tions for Other Posts. Klght applicants for the $1600 post of chief clerk In tho Department of Wharves, Docks mid Ferries passed tho recent examination of the Civil Service Commission. An appointment will bo made from one of tho first four names on the list. John K. Mnrkham, the provisional ap pointee filling the position at present, stood third on the list. Twelve appllcnnts passed the examina tion for draftsman In the City Transit Department, at $1200 to $1500 a year. Elsht pnssed the elimination for steward In the Dutenit of Charities, at $1000 a jear; 21 ror cnainman in city Transit, nt $110. and 21 for cnainman In tho Survey and Water Huruius, nt WH) to $500 a year. The lists arc as follows: CHItiF CI.EP.K. DEl'...

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. — 22 October 1914

i 'n'iiiliBBwSMO'' ..HH nij,iil.iuWi I i.nipiw-.n iui,iutLUW WUIUtl.'WW'!WllWSi '4 EVtiNIffG torn PHILADELPHIA' THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1014. GERMANS IN ROUT ABANDON ADYANCE AT WARSAW GATES NEPHEW OF KAISER SHOT BY OWN MEN, PORTUGUESE REBELS IN HOSTILE MOVE TO HALT WAR SCHEMES IS LONDON REPORT v m Mmiy'mmm.ifirfiifii ACTUAL SCENES AT THE FRONT il in mi H i KlilumnMiiiii.il i iiiliiiilil.il ll il mil iilinLjiiii m iririmi milium ii , , ,m minim mini .. . u iiiniiiiiii n m I i i jl lawk, . . . w mm mv ia mime h 1? i 15: ,1 1 1 .n ..r r , I r 1 1 I t I P ' ' I1 I v, ' Russians Sweep Away Re sistance at Bayonet Point. Czar's Troops Also Victors on Lower Vistula. rETROGUAO, Oct. 52. The lctrcat of the beaten Ocrman foices In Russian Poland Is assuming tho pro portions of a rout, according to a leport from headquarters of the General Staff made public hero todnv. It sax: Our troops nre now taking the offen sive along a large stretch of the froht, sweeping away the resistance of the Gorman t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 22 October 1914

s '0 ES cd of i Is' th nl. A on icy In at. ita. len In led nd ld vi tIM ar his I a the lea to or ed 4 EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA', THURSDAY, OOTOBEJB 22, 1914. KAISER'S STRATEGY IGNORED BY STAFF, DANISH PRESS SAYS Emperor's Alleged Battle Plans Would Leave Gen erals Without Any Armies. Marne Retreat Near Disaster. PARIS, Oct. 22. The Danish press Is quoted ns authority for .1 report that there was n dlsagiee nient between the Kaiser and the Qer ' man hendquarteis staff after the battle 'of the Maine. The Kaiser's continual In Junctions that the offensive be taken In the battles In France raised discontent, uneasiness and objections anions the jtaff, and thr Kaiser's strategy neatly changed the Marne rcticat Into a catas trophe. The Knlser Insisted thnt the left wins, although strongly threatened on the flank, should continue to advance. A calamity was avoided by the non-execution of the Imperial command. It was nald In Berlin that the Kaiser on learning of the retreat of the Prus s...

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. — 22 October 1914

49 EVEXIXG LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, THFRSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1914, YARE WARDS HOLD BRUMBAUGH FOUGHT BALANCE OF POWER I FOR PROHIBITION IN TO DOWN PENROSE STATE CONSTITUTION NEW DENTAL SCHOOL OF THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA DRUGUAY CONSUL GENERAL URGES TRADE WITH U.S. BRITAIN RELEASES OIL TANKER AFTER DEMANDS BY U.S? Only Their "Regularity" Nominee Has Spoken From Saved Tener From Defeat, the Pulpit Against Liquor, and Machine Politicians Congressman W. D. B. Tells Financiers and Manu- Sharp Protest Brings Speed1 (.!... t. T Iniln In Rrirvrt. Arlinn in Kwninn n it i iat.lUlCIS tJ VllllVi 111 JMHig- . '"" --iiig yi, iQnJ ing About Products. Exch of inu n ri..u ange j v. ii 11 i wv.;leucr Seized Off Orkney Islands! Admit Situation Is the, Ainey Pays Tribute to 6 Jrtl: "f if !V .14 i i . -i j t. It if 3 ft T III ' t.j.i r ? ii r? s , ,4 f l 1 I i ; ii Same Nov. South Philadelphia Leaders Need Not Desert Party to Oust Man Who Betrayed Them, ad Their Suppporters Can Ignore , Vote for Senator. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 22 October 1914

St EVENING T,EnttERPHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1913 pw CITIES' HOME RULE i THREATENS HEADS OF "WATER TRUST" Franchises Jen Holding Worth Millions Hear Warning at Atlantic City Convention. ATMN'TI CITY, Oct. 22. Frank ad mission that tho Pennsylvania public utilities oft has created n water power trust In Hint State, unassailable so long s, the act remains unchanged, and a naming from C. kalttio Munson, genernl eoutiel. of Wllllamsport, that a homo rule fiBht Is browing, were sensational developments In the annuat convention of tl'C Pennsylvania Water Works As sociation today. "Water Imions" who hold franchises Tvortli millions In all parts of the Key atone Stite, heard the warning from the VllllamFP""t counsel with Bcrlous fficcs. JIany of them nre frankly alarmed ovor the fight at York to demand better serv ice from tho York Water Company. Tho passing of the Penrose regime also was n sore subject for heads of the more powerful of the larger companies repre sented In tho con...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 22 October 1914

8 i EVENING LEDGEB:PHILADELPHIA THUESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 191. , in 1 j - , ' a :Qi m i k. t ! r"H )" C ! -' y Sugm PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY crnrs h ic crnTts, rnMinisT. Geo. W. Ochs, Secretary , .John C Martin. Treasurers Charles II. Luillngtan. Philip S Collin, John B. Wil liams, Directors. KDlTOItlAbnoAnU: t'Tnts It. K. ft iitts, Chnlrman. T. It WIIAMiY t'Aerutli IMIlor JOIINC. MAUTlN.. .Oneral ItiislneiH Manager Published itaily nt Piei.iu t.CDufcn tiullJIng-, Independence Square, Philadelphia. ttnoEtt CEMnAt. Broad nn.l Cheilnut Streela AtUNTIC CiTt VrcM-Vnlon BmIIJIhr New York 170-A. Metropolitan Toner CitlCAno SIT Itnmr 1nmirnnre UulMIng Lost s Waterloo riate, Pall Mall, S. W. NEWS BtHEAtSi If AMMitritn nrnr.tr The mtrldt nulMIng S"UN0Ioy,."l"a r7h'J'oal J!"!!'!nR tKW lonK lltnrcu The Tlmrl HulMIn nrttttx ltmrcr no FrlHrlrhslrnrns i,omh HmrAtj. turns l)i-itc.ii . . . 3SHU0 Louis Uurand sunscitirrioMtnMs By carrier. tJAtt v Oslt. ill rents. Ity wall, pnstpaM outside of Philadelphia, ...

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