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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 22 October 1914

EVENING LEDGERPHILADELPHIA', THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 19U. 9 1 ol4? mi' Ji Hi SOCIAL LIFE INLAND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA INVITATIONS have been received from Mr. George Dlllwyn Parrlsh, 'of 313 South 10th street, for a luncheon to be given on Friday, Voumber IS, at 1:30 o'clock, to meet Miss Mary Unllard, debutante daiiRltter of Mr, and Mrs. Ellis AmC8 UaHnrd,1 of St. Martin's. Mrs. nobeit Hencdict, of l)ovon, will enter tain a number of debutantes at luncheon on Thursday! November 6, nt 1:30 o'clock, to meet Miss Susan B. lngersoll, daughter of Mr, nnd Mrs. Chailes Edward lngersoll. The board of women visitors of the hospital of tho tnlverslty of 1'onnsylvnnla have Is sued Invitations for tho donation day tea, which will take place on Tuesday ntcrnoon, October 7, from 4 until 6 o'clock, when the hospital will be open for Inspection. The board of women visitors Includes Mrs. William Woodward Arnct, president; Mrs. Ocorge V- llacr, Miss Mary n. "Wharton and Mrs. rMward Browning, vice presiden...

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. — 22 October 1914

mmmmmmm 10 EVENING LEDGIER PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, l$U: WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATROl mv ,. m : In I Ml i-j i ir 1 LOVE TALE OF AN UGLY WOMAN As Told by Herself Tes. It 's u-uc; t mn an ugly woman! Sincere enough to face the fact, how everthat Is my saving grace. Kind friends might charitably use the adjec tlves "homely" or "plain" as applied to i changed look would come upon his hand me, but I know better. I nm downright some face a look that other men had hideous and I realize the appalling trng- , shown me all too plainly s a look of dy of It! ; mingled pity and repugnance! In all the tales and books one picks The Man brought me home from iho up there, one reads that beauty of the reception today In his automobile. To soul Is far more sought after In women morrow he has asked permission to take than outward beauty of tin face, s'uch ' me for a ride. He says that never lie utter rubbish! ! know better. Hut oh! tha fore has he met a...

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. — 22 October 1914

FRANCIS S. BARLEY'S PERSONAL PROPERTY WORTH $673,211.15 Inventory of Prominent Phil adelphia's Estate Filed Today Many Invest ments in Utilities Companies. rersonnt property or Francis Sully Drl'i prominent I'hllndelphlan, whoso will distributed art treasures, library and property among nrt museums, educational Institutions and lirnpltals, has been ap praised at $673,211.15. An Inventory, filed with the Register of Wills today by Albert 1 1. Ashby nnd Vf. It Badger, Jr , places the personalty of jlr Parley's estate at thnt amount. Mr Parley, who was a son-in-law of the lato Matthias V. Baldwin, founder of the Baldwin Locomotive Works, dlod at Atlantic City AURUBt 22 last. Ho re sided at BIO South Drond street. Valuable paintings by Thomas Sully were left by Mr. Darley to the Metro politan Art Museum of New York city. Among the local Institutions receiving bequests were tho Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Franklin Institute and the Ponnsjlvnnla School of Industrial Art. Among ...

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. — 22 October 1914

mm "Jwwww WRJOippii fSSnmmmimm 12 EtENINGLEDaER- PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1913. PENN COACHES PUTTING SQUAD THROUGH HARD WORK-BROADWAY BOUTS TONIGHT! GOLF HAS BEEN A POPULAR GAME IN STATES LONG TIME w'mBbww' 1 ; .1 r.i , .- .. ;. -it i 4 1 Exact Date of Its Establish ment Yet to Be Positively Settled, as Many Writers Disagree. Golf In the United States Is said to date from the establishment of the St. An drews Golf Club, nt Yonkers, N. Y., Ill JJSS. South C'arollnans, however, claim that It was played In their Stnte ft ecu tury beforo mid point to the Mca of the Charleston City Unacttc, where an Item Under date of September 18, 1TSS. atntrn: "Thero Is recently erected that pleasing and genteel amusement the golf batm."' ' While Princeton and Harvard appear to have the pick of the Uun tonnli players, the University of Pennsj Ivunla tins been getting quite n few sterling golfers of late and more are going to Penn. Meredith M. Jack, the Episcopal Acad emy youth, will Join the...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 22 October 1914

a ' ."V'jm W FINANCIAL BUYING BY PRIYATE INVESTORS BOOSTS N, Y JOTE PRICES JsJoW Range at Highest Record Since Issue Was Put Out Short-term Se curities Are Wanted. Developments In the larger affairs In whlclt the fltmnclal ami commercial worlds nre concerned were of ft decidedly favorable character today. New Yoik city ont-car notes sold nt 100?i, on a B per cent bails, while the now threo jenr bonds were In demand at 1034, ft 4 7 per cent, basis These Issues are now ranging at their highest record, with the advance due wholly to private Investment buying, similar buylnir has been effective In ah- sorbin short-term notes, of which there Js now no pressing; BUpply. There Is a fairly good Investment de mand for dish-class railroad bonds, but the market for ineso issues is dependent upon the attitude of the Interstate Conv mercc Commission to such an extent that It Is not expected Rood financial condi tions will be reflected In their prices tnlll the rutin? on the new rate appli cation...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 22 October 1914

"tfvpuprwj .1 j iiiiiiiiiiwiiwWPPjWwpBP HMHpMJBGJppHj firtiijer NIGHT EXTRA NIGHT EXTRA ituentng - VOL. I KO. J34 PHILADELPHIA, TJLtUHSDAY, OCTOBElt 22, 1914. PRICE ONE CEKT CorlRIOIlT, 1014, T THK rBBUO LlPQEK CoMPANT. -" in.w J u 1 : i- I ?; ' r ft ' hi MP '! !: ? s . to El I e WOMAN SUFFRAGE "WHIRLWIND" HITS NORTHERN SECTIONS Oak Lane, Germantown, Lo gan and Olney Visited by the "Yellow Flying Squad ron" Speakers. 6uffrnge lenders conducting the whin- j wind campaign this week It LegMntlve districts of I'hllndctphlti centred their of- , forts today In the extreme northern sec tion of the city. Oak Lane, at-rmatitown. Lognn and Olney were vNlled ' the "Yellow Flying Squadron " Thousands of circulars were dltrllmted among crowds gathered about mot ars. from which the speakers made nndresse In various sections of the northern mill districts. Meetings were held tit Wnne .tunrtl.m. Dobson's Mills, Godfrey and Slenton streets; Germantown and Cheltcn ave nues. Church lane and t.ena stre...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 23 October 1914

Umiijiiiiiuiumn'iiiwj MWiHHimUBp r vwymrifmvnri ".WalWgpPpjWW -tiF Sle&ner SPORTS EXTRA SPORTS EXTRA ituenmg PRICE OKE CEINT VOL. I E"0. 35 PHILADELPHIA,, FRIDAY, OGTOI5JER 23, 1914. CortMonr, JOH. t tii Pnnt-to Lnvirji Cohmwt. ALLIES GIVE WAY ft . 1 -.!?. 'LLL'tS f. . - .it -' -i' T t : BEFORE GERMAN ' ATTACK IN NORTH t French, However, State Gains at Other Points Offset Ground Lost to. Kaiser's Armies, Heavily Reinforced by Old and Young Recruits. Berlin Announces British Fleet Has Be gun to Bombard Ostend Invaders Said to Have Withdrawn From Other Towns Along Belgian Coast. Ostend is being bombarded by British warships, according to official innouncement in Berlin- Terrific fighting continued along the whole battle line from the Belgian border to Albert, in France. The violent German assaults have driven back the Allies' line at some points, the French official statement this afternoon admits, but it adds that these losses have been offset by gains elsewhere. ' Lille has been...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 23 October 1914

"f&ie&4 'fw,j iWffjOmnrppgpq ! ttu ui i ' r iiafp!iiivfpnQgfn if R , M O Philadelphia, according to estimates Klveti by those who linvc analysed tho situation, tt I. In South Philadelphia and tho Vars wards that Pentose will b tlccted or beaten, according to the ub aervcis. Congressman Vnre'ti donuncla tloti'ln Washington Is tho signal for thr move that will heat him, politicians tny Varo followers and the Varo brother' I have been Itching tor reprisal ever slm William S. Vaie Mas beaten for the mint - Inatlon for Mayor. South Philadelphia has never forgotten the v,ny "Our Hill , vns knifed by Penrose and McNIihnl I The revolt of the Vafc forces, prcsnir- , lug the defeat nf Tenro'e. has been ru- I morcd for days. That a volcano w" bolllns bem-aMi the apparcnllj tmper- ( turbed Mirfnc of the Vare organisation i has"long been 'be belief of those fnmflKi' with dgns In Houth Philadelphia politic- The eiuptlnn '.icg.m yedcrdny with iw giessman Vnfei ehalleneRp In Uolo I'en rr.se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 23 October 1914

ninijj,iljii. inwssmmm p,h j m wi"p,wwwwww PP1 WWI 'J ,"!. JJ W W W-ft '4fW BRffl MAWR GIRLS IK REVOLT AGAINST ,: - PENALTY SYSTEM President Thomas Vexes Students by Abruptly Leaving Protest Meeting ( After Stating Her Case. Strnlncd relations between Miss M, Cirey Thomas, president of Hryn Mawr, ,n(J students at the Institution over the rKtnt elimination of the cut system havo 'ittn further Augmented and brought 'to ft practical deadlock 'because Doctor Thomas walked from n protest meeting and refused to hear further what the j'ounff women had to say about their -u. nf the controversy. She first stated M ihtr attitude In the matter. .Under me oiu system 01 cuts lor cinss- ' .! InntiifA ttrfirlr etflrlnntc, U'rtM tiAf ,'P"1 and lecture work students were per jnltttd to attend or not as they pleased. Now. under the new arrangement, they lr ncnallzcd for cutting, To this they terlously object, and since the ItiaURiini 'tlon of the penalties for missing lectures, little else has been d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 23 October 1914

''''..' w.tlWMWWSMPfw'"m-n'inn wmawm iBwwppfjiPiiiiw"i wmmfmrnmrnnmm wmmwmwmimmvwwmmmnmm '4 EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1914. uHWTJPtwW"1 " tfji 813 KS 8 ,, -? j; fct "I .' J ALLIES' ARMY GIVES WAY BEFORE GERMAN ATTACK Continued from tip One "1)0 making a now Jrtort ilonK the Rrcalpr part of Hip front and notably between the North feVa ami the lllver Olse, utilizing new curp formation, ct)inpoed of men onl fiealily tinlned, ioine of them verj ouns mid others quite old. There new troops nre ml.xe.ii here and there with veteran. Unofllclnl estimates place the loss of the Brltlah ami French diirlnK the last fortnlcht'4 nshtlns In the extieme north nnd In Ilelclum nt l.UH0 to 15.000 In killed. wopndctl and mtsshiK. The Uerman loses have probably been much hlRher, espc- clall d'irliiR he last two das. when thc were on the offensive and weie mov- 1I1K airunst the foltlflcd lines of the Allies. Theie Is now a fleet of French nnd Urltlsh warships off the Hclslan coast, M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 23 October 1914

8WW(il9 WWWpttihmi i jp',t ,i mii'm i'T,i . . &,. JW t aj J'.'tgljiay w ' ,.-S .brfm-r-Lr-,rTjn- EVENING LEDftER-PHIflAPEL'PHIA, FBIDAY, OCTOBER 23, T9I5. nr B GERMANS, I1TFLIGHT AT WARSAW, LEAVE . . '.WOUNDED ON FIELD Advance Against Polish Capital Turned Into Dis orderly Retreat, While ' Southern Armies Are Also Repulsed. PETnOOrtAD, Oct. 23. fhe German advance In I'oland has .jln 'transformed Into a hasty ami In torn par'9 ft disorderly retreat, It Is of fltlally nnnouncctt today. Russian cav alry f Polling th retreating Oer ji'afts The Russians nave also been sue (.stul on the Man Rlvor north of Prze mytl, whre the hclfiht3 of Rndymnu nerd captured. The Auslrlnns were, put lo rlRM Tno Grand Equerry of the King 'if Sasonv was captured near I'rzemysl 'whtfe rl'llng toward tlio front In tho royal Automobile. " According to all reports, tho battle along -the Vistula, for tho vastness of tho op poslng armies and tho destruction of life, kill be tho fiercest of tho war. The mag ni...

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. — 23 October 1914

S!!5SBBwS!iLii ii'iniBmwMHmtfwwwwwi -Hp-tir EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1914. (J EH I: .? 11 .'-? "(I. !"t -i 11 1 8 ' H FINANCIAL MONEY MART GETS STRONGER AS RATE OF INTEREST FALLS .Clearing House Banks IJe ' duce Premiums, Disclosing Confidence, While West ern Interests Offer Loans. ' trncllcally nil thp aonrltm limn banks ot New York tmvo mnrkoil down their Interest rates on stnnilltiir call loans ,"l'por cent., those mndo .nt S per cent. f. ' foelns reduced to 7 per cent nnd tlio X' ' loans at 7 per cent, have been marked .' ' flown to G per cent. r There nro other Indications of Increased ' ''business In the monetary situation. , .gents of western banks offer various sums of money on time for DO days to four months nt G per cent., and there Is a fairly free stlpplr f call money at 6 . per cent., with ontyear money obtaln- """. able nt 7 per cent. 7 Although no official' Information can be obtained from bnnkltm ofllclals. It Is j stated by Stock i:chanse mem...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 23 October 1914

.! . n HHWiWPWWMWW BRUMBAUGH WON SCHOOL FUND OYER POLITICIANS' HEADS Carried His Fight to the Parents of the Pupils When the Organization Opposed Reforms. When Councils held the purse strlngtv-of ih public school system. Dr. Martin O. Brumbaugh fought the political forces that sought to deny the children erf the city a decent education. This Is being Impressed upon the voters of the State by friends of the Republican Candida to far Governor to refute the charge of Vance C McC'ormlck that Doctor Brum tiaugh never participated In any decisive movement for civic uplift Hcfore the present school code became effective In 1911, the Board of Education was subjected to the tyranny of Mc Nlchot's men In Select and Common Council because all educational appro priations were made by the municipal body rather than by the school board Itself. To obtain any favors from the Ornlza inn thfli who were In chares of tlm patlls schools wero obliged to submit to the rulings of the bosses, regardless of ...

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. — 23 October 1914

.,-,,-,, iL-'l mi t- im I' .t) .f JW Mmgn 8 EVENING LEDGERPHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1914, if iti 'u t V-1 i f. r it , 4I I TUDUC LEDGER COMPANY CTnCS II. K. CtmTIS, rnKSinnsx. Oeft. W. Oeha, Sretary , John C Mnrtln. Treasurer s Charles II. Ludlngton, Philip S. Collins, John n Wll Uarn. Directors. EDITORIAL UOAHDi Ctnca II. K. Ctims, Chairman. P. It. WIIALEY Kxerutlte n.lltor JOHN C. MARTIN General Hus Incus Manager I, , Pnb1lhel dally at PtnLic t.tporn UullJIng:, Independence Square. Philadelphia. 1.1DOER CEsiBAt. Broad anJ Chestnut Streets Atlantic Cm rreta- Vnioti IhillJIng N1T Yoiic 170-A. Metropolitan Toner Cnicioo..,, sit Home Inurnnre I1ulldlnr Lonpon 8 Waterloo Tlace, Tall Mall. S. V. NEWS nUHEAtS : ITlxitiRSM Brxiutr Th Patriot Piilldtpi? WAsm.NflTON Hcsrtti The 'ml Itutldlhft N- Tosk nrrtAO The Times llulldlnic Bfm.in Bcnt-AC no Frleilrlehstraso Londo.v Hcrkac 2 Tall Mnll Hast. S. W, FiM Dentin 31! Hue Louis le Urand srnscnttrnox tkiims By carrier, Daii.t OsLt, six ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 23 October 1914

EVENING LEDGES-PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, Iglii 0 0MIj flmotiB the Buestn who attended tho Sh0UswarmliiR elvcn last nlsht by Dr. and VT, Joseph Ie'dy l nosa 1Iin I,n"' thelr beAtittful homo In Pcnllyn, wero Mr. and Mr. )M Francla Gummoy, Air, nnd Mr. Henry Btlnton Coxo, Ml.11 Ilulh Coxe, Minn Mary Alice ' MSS chnrlottd Urown, MIbb Jean Thomp- MI85 Kla Heath, Miss Inez Drayton, Miss Virginia Robert, Mlsi Mnrtrot Scull, Miss Helen - ., Miss Gertrudo Tower, Miss Alice TO"", TtioniPEon, Mies J,nly TJcnekta, Miss Pauline Dlsston, Miss Anna HcchBchcr, Miss Mary Fran Flihcr, Miss Charlotte llusli, Mlsi Susan tnrtf" Wlnnnt Johnson, Lawrence Saunders, guntr Meade, Ashton Souder, Jack Curtis, James Smith, Stanley Stokes, Itlchard Tltgh man, Pof evvto"' I'hlllp S. V. Randolph, tf William Du Barry, Sherbournc Yardlcy, AMen Lee, Phlller Lee, 13 rook o Kdwards, Ed vtrd L'dnnrds, Thomas K. Flnletler, Jr., John Dr ton, Lutlwlff Lewis, Charles Pry, Henry Houston, George O. Meade, Edward llroo...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 23 October 1914

Xiv -iP-!l9(W,W9BfIIW'H9l!BfP( 10 EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, IPI3. WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON MODES OF "UP"" J THE NERVOUS WOMAN . Ellen Adair Adcocalcs (he Cultivation of Will P0Wct THE HOUR I t i I i I I .ii ! i THE HEART-BREAKER rA Tale Which Shows Thai Spiders Sometimes Gel Entangled in Their Webs. The dance wnt In full prosross, ami the Heirt-Ureakcr wns. ns usual, sur rounded by an admlrlns thronR of men. Thnt such should be the case Is not sur prising, for she Is ft delightful younu woman In many ways. Her fnults are easily seen, and seem to render her more lovable. They have thnt tout . of nature that Is very liumatu Her name Is Rltccn. and her little face Is very piquant and Jtut suits her namv The scalps of all her tn.ilc admlrerR are too numerous to count. She says they ate "dear hoys" and thnt she loves them all-bul such an attitude, thoimh tlatter 1ns to their vanity, must he a shade un satisfactory to such ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 23 October 1914

Wn Hf .iqj iiiju,iimffnipM n.i i EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA4, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 19V4. ir m Vet 19 'cm, tJoo, feio Mil 6t mini ' Do ,tr, n Mr, loolj tr onus, ". I(n is I, ia i WOIJ. 'rii '.tin thlat row. lUlr! flwn IK.'l lot! tiki Mil rretl m 1 ON EVE OF GREAT FOOTBALL BATTLES GRIDIRON WARRIORS RESERVE STRENGTH PBNN ELEVEN ON EDGE FOR . . INDIAN FRAY "Final Practice Held on Franklin Field This After noon Cripples Have Re turned to Form. With the return of seasonable weather the University of Pennsylvania football team took Its last tirnctlco on Franklin yield this afternoon for the annual game with the Carlisle Indians tomorrow. All the veterans were on the Meld and took part In the woilt, which was limited strictly to preliminary nnd signal drills. Nothing approaching a scrimmage was permitted. The return of the cripples to form has lecn most gratifying? to Trainer Dwjer, And this afternoon the coaches were un certain over Just one position. This was at left halfback. Vreeland Is...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 23 October 1914

HWWPWWW "iMMW I ill L INI I "t-jpQ r " -.-rw.t p f.-(Hiq. "ivil ' Jwryyi''lfcBBtfPFViaJEfcli4J ' "'-r nM. (M 1,W(. AffWp HUIJ HJB 12 EVENING LEPaER-PHIIiADELPHTA". FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1914. 5 4 3?! ;i H 1! " -. IhP v r f A i I a fa CHILDREN'S CORNER 11 3M Ctildreii Wp 77ici ioo me o the church one day, Where daddy preaches people good, 1 heard the great big organ play, For high upon the scat I stood, Afy mother said the things with eyes Were pipes, so while my daddy spo!(c I looked, an I yet, to my surprise, I could not see one bit of smoke. Afy daddy preached a great long time; I thought about my humming top; I longed to sec a spider climb, And Andy Swartz's barbershop. Then little children all in white Were christened, standing in a line,' I thought it was a pretty sight To sec them smile and look so fine. Then tee were called to graduate From cradle roll to primary; I Was afraid I would be late. And ran down calling, "Here I be!" They handed me a s'tifercat. Oh, dear, I felt so s...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 23 October 1914

p n EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA", FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23 1914. 13 i'i v nmiumv SHERIFF'S PROCLAMATION r.SyZti mm s Twelfth Ch W VOW MM Th!rtnlh TlttRB WARD. ... nit" Vote 89 3 Front I Jl i) v Vol N K cor Front and Catharine Si iJv Vote 42 Catharine . !?h l7ir Vote N K cor Third and Co lharlne J.'S u v Vote N W cor Third and yueen JI2 n J Vote 310 Queen SS B v Vo e 811 8 Fifth I 2 n r Vote M Catharine J 8 n vote 73 8 Sixth ;J R J vote 7M S seventh 3I Ev vote Ml S Eighth 31 1 n v Vote 7:i S Ninth Ev Vee?o2 8 Ninth I,i. ii v vote n'" miiaiMin 3!!5 i J Vote I2.W ratlnrlne 18 5 E.1; vote 1342 Webster : niv Vote Irfl nni' 35 J n ? Vote 21i eathn it h ! Vot V. Uir Vol Catharine .!: ;.i vnis KKii r in water Ittn ii' FOURTH WARD. ,.( div Volt S V cor Water and South 1,V ,; vote 010 Hancock i div Vote 100 8 Front !?h iiiv Vfcte 8 E cor American and Bain- '" "" bring . . .. ;i, niv Vote KuO Balnbrldge n I) v Vo e 824 pemberton , S n J Vote SW cor Fourth and Ealnbrldg h l v Vote 010 fl Fifth Sh iv ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 23 October 1914

fSRRtPWSrlWiBPPI MnvMpm SPORtS EXTRA SPORTS EXTRA ner U - PRICE ONE CENT vol. r no. as PHILADELPHIA, FKIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1914. ConnioiiT, 10H, M tiie Funtto Lidoer CoitMrir. u i luuipiwiiVP IM 4 r :- "! i RAILROADS ARE FACING A CRISIS, SAYS SAMUEL REA President of Pennsylvania, Before Commerce Board, Gives Smaller Earnings and European War as Cause. WASHINGTON', Oct. 23.-Assertlng tlmt the tallroads uf tlto East lite facing a crisis that demands the complete ad vance of 5 per cent. In freight rate nslted for, Samuel Ilea, president of the Penn sylvania Railroad, took Uip stand before the Interstate Commerce Commlsn'ott to day The attorneys for the roads decided finalli. to call Mr, Ilea as one or then concluding witnesses. "The railroads have appciled to the commission to modify th" order tnndo lost July," said Mr. Iten. In his nrgum 'lit. 'because since then cot tain facts have transpired and certain events have oc curred In the light of which the present situation of the railroads...

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