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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 October 1914

2Ie&getr NIGHT EXTRA PRICE ONE CENT Ctumom NIGHT EXTRA VOL. I-KX). UG PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1914. ConmnitT. IBM. sr tit PtuuoI.EMeii Couriiir. m i t 11 & ?. BATTLE TIDE EBBS AND FLOWS; ALLIES REFUSE ARMISTICE Germans, Reinforced by 600,000 Men, Advance Near Dixmude and La Basse. French Claim Gains North of Lille and East of Nieuport. l Invaders Demand Respite at Thiancourt in Order to Bury Dead, But French Decline London Hears Zeppelins Have Attacked Fleet Off Belgian Coast. Tlic French official statement issued this afternoon admits the Germans have advanced in the fighting north of Dixmude and around La Basscc, but says the Allies have made very appreciable progress to the cast of Nieuport and between Armcnticrcs and Lille. ' German demands for an armistice at Thiacourt, half way between St. Hihicl and Mctz, have been refused by the French. The extreme left wing of the Allies ts in danger of being cut off, ac cording to Berlin statements, as a result of the d...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 October 1914

(UMiiHi'H MMlWWWW'J.'MHmi lJJip,il'WiMW "iWI.,iHlHgjHlip,iJt!lnwli t urn mv HWHIHi mmmmmmm. SVENiyg LE3KIE.R PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1914. MRS. CARMAN'S FATE TO BE COMMITTED TO JURY TONIGHT CARLISLE BRAVES WHO SEEK PENN FOOTBALL PLAYERS' SCALPS NORTHEAST MANUAL ATHLETES MUST KEEP UP SCHOLASTIC WORK TIGERS EXPECT REMGE TODAY HyyMHH ON NEW ground: 1 1 . 'Ir I'M to' -8 . I. , .i !!; i ! If l ' , " Ji' 5 i , , n ! I Hi ; ' l f . H- ! f ' ' ' PI '! ' if '? I if li I t ' - ii j ti M Last Day of Trial Used by Defense in Trying to Prove Mrs. Baily Was Murdered by Man. MINEOLA, L. I., Oct. 24. The State closed its rebuttal in the Carman case at 1 :50 this afternoon. MtNEOLA, 1 I., Oct 21,-tntroduclng through several witnesses a. mass of evi dence nt tho llnlsh of Its ca.e lo prov thnt Mrs. Loulso Bailey wim rlnln by n man whose Identity Is unknown, the de fense In the trial of Mrs, Florence Cir mrtn rested shortly lie fore noon todm Tho Stato nt once began Its rebuttal evi dence....

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 October 1914

WEST PHILADELPHIA HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS UN THE CAPITAL Strenuous Methods Astonish the Natives, and Departure " Evokes Mingled Blessings j and Sighs of Relief. WASHINGTON, Oct. 24.-Vhatever the unworthy taunts flung at Philadelphia they do not hold Rood with tho strenuous .,.nc womnnhood of that city on the Pelawnre. As an example of rapid-fire tctlon, the 150 pretty girls of the gradu ating cI"B9 of tho Wcst phlIatlePhla High School for Girls, who have been "dolns" the national capital, are con ceded to be In a class by themselves. Tbey left for their homes today. "Thank heaven," said the exhausted clerk at the hotel whero' they had stop ped, "They're gone, doil bless 'em." The guests nt the hotel were awak- . -..I.. Inilav ttiat m n ntrncrirllno '.n was seoklng to overcome a gray canopy of cloud, by rapplngs and shrill calls to action. The rapplngs and calls were perpetrated by Miss Jane Allen and jilts Margaret H. Kollock. two' teachers In (he Prt, and they wore Intended to ..immnn sI...

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. — 24 October 1914

fStfBtWwvV wwwmwMwwflpwWMJiwBiWippwsmP .fll EVENING LEDGElPHIIiADELPHIA SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, Mi. u y .a fip ,3 ' M i ft1 i : V, i 'i P h j Ii t v it ., ,' I 'i i U r: h ALLIES IMPERILED BY Continued (mm bate One mans to form a Junction of the army of Met with thnt of tho German Crown rFrlnce, which was pushed southeastward from the Argonno district, but the French wero able to prevent this. The French realize that the forts de fendlns Verdun could not stand before the mighty runs of the German army, despite tho fact that the works are the stronpest In France. Consequently the French are making desperate efforts to prevent the Germans from getting a foothold within artillery range of these W orks. Some of the outer works already have ffillcn, but the Germans are beyond range of the Inner and more Important fort resses. Tint section of the beautiful valley of the Mouse Is a desolate, blackened waste. Hamlets and magnificent country estates aro In ruins: forts have been burned or rake...

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. — 24 October 1914

Sl :. r; i i EVEHltfG MDaER-PmLADEkHIA, SATURDAY, OOTOBEB 24', 1914', ff SATURDAY EVENING REVIEW OF THE WEEK'S EVENTS HERE, THERE AND EVERYWHERE fe WEEK IN WASHINGTON Happenings in the National Capi tal of Legislative, Diplomatic and Political Interest. Xflth the etnffe set for the Adjournment tt Congress Thursday night, a filibuster hmong tho Southern Senators fighting for jvTderal relief of tho cotton plnntcrs do velopedf and on Friday both the House imd the Sonata were in n, state of com pete deadlock, not knowing when ad journment would come, and caring less. As a matter of fact, the vnst majority of Senators and Representatives havo al ready left for their homes, and only a handful are left In Washington to trans- net business. Speaker Clark called upon tho Presi dent Friday, nnd It Is understood advised JJm to use his constitutional prerogative of adjourning Congress. Other Senators and Representatives, seeing tho hopeless deadlock that had resulted through tho jMiour filibust...

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. — 24 October 1914

i. imperii 'Kmmmm,mi.timmmimm EVENING EED'GER-PHIEftDEEPHIft, gATOBDAY, DOTOFBB 2, 19T4, G cv m n ! IIH' i i t '! i A I! I m '.v c i i- i f ! 4 U r . m ? i MEMOIR DISCLOSURES, IAS A WOMAN ONCE HEIR TO THE THRONE OF FRANCE? Sensational Claim Made in Memoirs of Maria Stella, Just Published Was Sup pressed for Years. Suppressed when written In 130. In "The Secret of Louis Philippe." Just pub lished by McBrlde. N'nst & Co , Xrw York, nro mailo public the memoirs of atnrla Stella, who nearly a century nso fought bravely but in nln for recogni tion as rightful heir In the Hourbon line ti the throne of France. These remark able revelntlon9 lay ellowlne In a slnglo preserved copy In the Vatican library In Rome until discovered there recently by Boer d'Airen, a Trench author, ft discovery directly due,.to Pope Leo Xllt's throwing the secular nrchlves of the Vatican open to the publlr. The transla tion from the original French memoirs nro made by Harriet XI. Capes. Monarchical countries h...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 October 1914

! EVENING LTOnaTOTC-PHnTADELPHTA', SATURDAY, OCTOBER M, 1013. 'WAR ON MARCONI COMPANY TO CUT WIRELESS RATES Smaller Concern, Backed by Standard Oil, Makes Quick Answer to Petition Seeking Injunction. NEW" tonic, Oct. 24.-Tho first Run In big wireless war to be waged by the Da fotttl Radio Telephone and Telegraph Company aKlnt the Marconi Wireless Teteeranh Company of America has Just been fired, and both sides are now bring ing Up their forces for a long legal bat- The war was opened when tho Mar ton! Company asked Judge- Charles Jr. Hough', ot the United States District Court, to Brant an Injunction restraining the Ti Forest Company from Installing Trlrtless apparatus on five Standard Oil Company's ships. The Standard Oil Company, which Is the pa Forest ally In tho fight, Joins with tho miller wireless organization In answer ing to the plea for an Injunction that ilnce a recent decision y uuuko nn Veehlen sustaining tho Marconi patents n tho Infringement suit brought against ihe Na...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 October 1914

(WWffl"-"WWJi w -wwnmmm 'Q t) EVENIHG LEDGER HIUADEEPHIA", SATURDAY, OOTOBEfl 2& 191. L. . -.. .. ... . . . , . ...... , .,... ,....- . - ' ... ... ..... -f..i-i..i, l,hM I -.. I "'" t -imwmmmfmmm I nu lh s r.v ?! !; i .;. i t8- 1 '' "-, Wd'ir- m-s ;, Pji L, ') ft nunmmg gll Sanger TUDLIC LEDGER COMPANY CYIH.-B It. K Ct'IVrlS, I-hesidint. Geo. W. Och, Secretary; John C. .Martin, Treasurer; ChaflOH H lAi.llngten, Philip S Collins, John tt. WI1 kl&tni. Directors CDiToniAti rtOAiib": Cn It. K. Ciirris, Chairman. r. WIIALKV tttecutbe Editor JOHNOMAUTIN- General Puslne s Manner Fubllnhed dally nl Ptm-lc Lttxinn Dutlillner, lmleren.lenco Square, Philadelphia. Leporit Ckvtiul Hronil and Chestnut Streets Atlantic I'ltr.. Press-Union Bulldlntr Nrsw Vonrc 170-A. Metropolitan Tower Ciiioaoo SIT Horn" lnuranre HulMIng LOM-ov S Waterloo Time, Tall Mall, S. V. NEWS HL'nEAVS ! IlAnnlftfuitn til nnAC The rntrfot TlulMIng WAMIIMiTnN IU-hiaI Thr 7nt IlulMlnic Nr.w Yrtnii lit RFAt! The Timn ll...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 October 1914

0 SOCIETY EVENING TTKlTUR PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1914. WEDDINGS MmKMkSK&BBmSUmli xZnBtiSSKSuBSMSBBi Hhw(1;"HpS5S9 gjiapKBpMI MMMWBWBmK IMPiyMSBHttfl JCOTHRR week of many nnd varied doings .for the dobutnnto will begin on Monday with the ten which Air. and Mrs. Kills Ames Ballard tilll B've for their daughter, Miss Mary Ballard, at their home In Chestnut Hill; and on that name day Mrs. J. Hnrrlson Smith will give n, debutante luncheon at the Bellevuc-Stratford for Ml' Margaret Berwlnd, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Augustus Berwlnd, Tuesday there will bo two large teas Mr, and lire. Henry Chapman Thompson, of Merlon, ,vll present their daughter, Miss Alice Chap man Thompson, and further up the road nt Haverford, jir tttl() jtrs. Herman P. Obcrtcuf fcr will give a tea for their daughter, Miss Dorothea Obertouffer. There will be a luncheon that day also for dobutantes which will bo glvon by Mrs. Fisher Boyd nt her homo In Haver ford, and that evening Mrs. Percy Simpso...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 October 1914

,,.-. w- , - y v y-w-upprx- WCTiWffajyyiy.- - - fywwmMi?fjtf Wfrfvpiiy II II 10 EVENING LEDGrEK PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY OCTOBER 24, 1914, WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON -wnmft-V'" ".w--wi,mih-- f t --ii-i(pvi, u-taSsp li lt -3 ;r j i 1 S 8 r few "'HH cr ? 'dm ? "'.SI VENICE ANDjqOLA 1 The Lure of Sunny Styes and Sleeping Palaces They met In Venire after ninny, many i his eyes from scanning her charming years-Viola and her one-tlmo friend, the '. ? thought she looked a little ",,,,,., . . ... older, and moro worldly-wise than In tlio Bachelor. She had been shopping In the ol(, (,ays ,n AmtrlM. sh(1 lia,, tcnnl0,j the Cftllo San Jlolse, close to the Piazza of I art of dressing, too, and he decided that 8t. Mark, and was leturnlng to her hotel j her benut had a stronger, moro com laden with trophies of the chase. ! JT'l1" ?."" J""!!!11. 1. .Ji1" ,ycK! Viola had never looked more beautiful than on that sunny morning In the old Italian city, for the il...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 October 1914

CHURCHES iofTiiLHITTERS' WILL BLAZE A TRAIL FOR 'BILLY' SUNDAY Converts From Coal Regions Will March on Broad Street and Sing on City Hall Plaza Tonight. Shortly before nightfall this evening 1000 men will march on Brond street and Inllie !"'" fl'" of lh0 Clty HaM wl11 ..nK Inspiring Christian Bongs. These wen are part of an army of many thou .,,ls who, through the Inspiration Hint Wm8 to them when they heard the new w A. Sunday, baseball evangelist, do clricfl to acknowledge themselves pub- "ThCy3 can 'themselves "trail hitters," ,n Itlicy are Journeying to this city to 5v headed by the new George G. Dottcy, general secretary of the Sunday Campaign Committee, from their homes in Wllkcs-Barro and Scrantou nnd other towns In that part of Pennsylvania to E the trail for "Billy" Sunday, the mailer evangelist. .... There. Is nothing mysterious about these Jn, however, even though they liavo Msumed the strange title of "trail hit tors " for they are Just tho Bamo as mon round walking thr...

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. — 24 October 1914

Ammwymmmtmmni m ' ' ffi "!0 12 EVENING 'LEDGER PHIErADEL"PHXA', SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1913, Dfte Stage JLMirror of the Jfae !ve0 T f 'VTTIMIKh fe v isi i&'r -i tUt w ' SmW i i . i i V J H I THEATRICAL BAEDEKER OPKN'IN'O MONDAY. BnOAD Madnm President," French fnrce, stnrrliiK Tantile Wnrd. KniTH'8 Syh cater Schnffrr In a mar velous nrlet of specialties L.YIUC "The Whirl of the World," the New York Winter Onnlen spcrtaelp with Mile. Chaplne, the Parisian prima donna. WALNUT "A Fool There Was " Revival of sensational play based on Kipling"! "Tho Vampire, ' with Eugenie lilalr melodrama star. In leading role. CONTINUING DELPHI "A Pair of Slxo." a. farce b) IMtvnrd Pcplo. Two business partners shoot a cold hand, the winner to retain the business, the loser to become hl body servant for a yeir Dellght(till) taiiRhable. FOItRKST "Papa's Darllnu, ' musical comedy by Ivan Carjll On the excuse of halng a mvthlcal "ion, a professor of moral psjcholrgj lelts Paris and - well, musically accom...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 October 1914

FLASHES ON THE FOOTLIGHTS Octavia Broskt "Papa's Darling," WYdndevUle Sylvester Shaffer, called "the man of a thousand parts," nnd one of the most remarkable vaudeville performers in the world, will head the bill at Keith's next neek. ScnalTer waa Induced to come to .America because of tho war, and this la his first trip. Ho Is said to Tecelvo t-5000 n neelt. Fchaffer Is the most versatile per former In vaudeville and prcsenta ten widely different acts. Ho will appear as a. prestidigitator, a lightning oil painter, a. Japanese Juggler, a clrcua horseman, a master violinist, an antmal trainer, nu acrobat, a sharpshooter, a strong man and a convulsive comedian. Besides SchafTor tha bill wilt Include "Will M. Cressy and Blanche Dayne, In Mr Cressy's latest one-act play, "Tho Man Who Remrmborcd"; Clalro Ttochester, foi mer prima donna with Liw Fields' "All Aboard" Company, with a series of souk selections; Jim Cultcn, with a budget of new songs, stories and parodjrs; Misa Hobble Got don...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 October 1914

t iiuii 'I'MiwuMWPiiiiptM It g EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1914. SCHOLASTIC RACE WAS BIG EVENT-NATIONAL FIGHT PROGRAM TONIGHT GOOD ONE l'MWWHWWwWliiWP""'i ' nmwmnipm mm: i " SI K LIMIT RlfflER LANDS CROSS COUNTRY RUN Morris, of Northeast, Noses Out Daley, of Catholic High in Scholastic Handi cap Race. J Holding his advantage by but a sennt loot nt the finish. Walter Morris, of Korthenst High School, won the scholas tic 3Vi miles run this morning In Fair mount Inrk, In ft thrilling sprint with Daley, or Catholic High School, who had worked his way through the tlrld from a small handicap allowance Mori Is never rellnqulsed his lead nt nny time during the race for he started with a handicap ot 15 full eeconds aheud of his neaiest com petitor, nnd 3 minutes uiid 30 .econds be fore McHato, of Central High School, the scratch man, left the mark. In the competition for team honors, Doctor O'Brien's Central High tcum 'turned the tables on Northeast High, last woek's wl...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 October 1914

iii )PHJM!"Wll" ml wmu'jminnnM, im K K.Y. STOCK EXCHANGE . WILL NOT REDUCE PRICES OF SECURITIES Investmertt Bankers Here Protest Lower Rates and Committee Decides to Re- I tain Present Quotations. The New York Stock Exchange Com jnlltee of Five, nfter hearing views of nil Interests, line decided to make no chntigo In the minimum prices nt which transac tions In listed stocks may be made. This action was recommended by offlclats of the Philadelphia Stock Exchange, and Is generally approved by the lending menv bers. At the same time concessions offer ed In the open trading make the broken uneasy, hut these concessions nro duo to good extent to the Inability of the brokers In the market to reach any buvern. Sterling exchango shows pronounced weakness, Demand sold down to $1.91, a decline of 2 points from yesterday noon, and cablo sold at t 93. There Is no de mand for rclchsmnrks, which nro nom inally quoted at 90, tho price at which the last salo was made yesterday. Municipal bonds arc...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 October 1914

TinniWiWDiinilini, r J HJPIJ wwiWilll Ert.net NIGHT PXTRA NIGHT EXTRA ft Itlf f I5H -rTrtrr- -- II PRICE ONE CENT vol. i-xo. mi PHILADELPHIA, SATIXHDAY", OCTOBER Si4, 1914. CortiiaitT, 1014, t in roiuto Lnxita Cosimht. POLICYHOLDERS MAYOR REVIEWS, POLICEMEN PASSING REVIEWING STAND IN ANNUAL PARADE ON BROAD STREET THOUSANDS CHEER, POLICE ON PARADE l "0 MMMMMMBMMnHiM.BMMHMWMMMmHMHMNMrtVMVaMWMB.MaHMM,MMMNWMi,MMHMHaMHMMMMHMaMMnMWNm.VlMMM,MNHBH,. it u i :: I- i a II : rl' l- Mr ff ' I is Brilliant Scene on Broad, Street as Men of City De partments March to Ball Park for Athletic Events. I Police and llremon, tlic city's "finest." paraded up Rroiul street this afternoon before Mayor Ittnnkcnbutg and Director Porter, who reviewed thorn from n stand opposite the I'nlon League. The parade preceded athletic Barnes held at llroad and Iltintlngdon streotn. bring ing to a close the tilth annual two-da v carnival of the police department. Thousands of persona lln'd tlio side walks and cheered ent...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 26 October 1914

feitor NIGHT EXTRA PKICE ONJE CENT Euemnn NIGHT EXTRA PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1914. COPTIKMT. 1014, ST mit PCBMO LlPOBI COHMItT. VOL. I-NO. 37 i mil $LX2zf "wCW-sfiMc-waF- (q&gJi ' - . - .. -. z ALLIES MEET GERMANS BY COUNTER OK RIGHTWING Pressure on Left in Bel gium Causes French to Push New Assaults in Woevre and Argonne Districts. German Bombardment on St. Mihiel Communications Is Met by French, Who Take Thann in Vosges Mountains. Kaiser's Forces Meet Strong Opposition by Intrenched De fenders and Are Checked After Successful Drive Across River Yser. The Allies replied to the Gorman assault on their Belgian lines today by counter attacks in the Wocvrc and Argonne districts. Following their successful drive across the River Yser, the Germans have hecn unable to advance further in the face of the firm stand taken by V the Allies, according to the French official communique issued today. Though the Germans have succeed ed in bringing up their heavy artillery with which...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 26 October 1914

jpppyywwwwwpii'iiuiiiiiii '' imvmfr lipip.iiiiiwii mstmmmmimSmmv(- 4iww'ipiwjWpiifaH iMiwi EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1914. w N .,r ' f f i'i i i. i -i OARRANZA ATTACKS VILLA IN VIGOROUS PROCLAMATION Declares His Late Military Chief Friendly to the "Old Regime" Peace Pros pects Less Hopeful. MEXICO CITY, Oct. &S.-A long proc lamation Issued by First Chief Venus tlano Cnrinnaa, vigorously attacking General Francisco Villa, was telegraphed throughout the republic today. This proclamation Is regarded as nil Ultl " matum from General Cnrrnnza to his erstwhile commander-in-chief. General Cnrrnnza accused Villa of lin ing up with the old regime fostered by President Pnrflrlo Pdaz The final sen tence of the proclamation Is: "If It were not notoriously well known t'nt for some time past Villa has ex hibited a spirit of conciliation toward the conservative elements of the old regime. Including military men and ex Federals headed by Felipe Angeles, It would only be n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 26 October 1914

DR. M. G. BRUMBAUGH AIDED VITAL SCHOOL CODE'S ENACTMENT Worked for Act Which Revolutionized Govern ment of Philadelphia Schools. Ei.AOlment of the present school code, tnihr which the Board of Education of Philadelphia and Pittsburgh levy their cwn taxes, was accomplished through the efforts of a commission of lawyers nnd educators, of which Dr. Martin d. Brum aurh was one of the foremost workers, jtow this revolutionary piece of legisla tion was made a reality was described today by William II. Shoemaker, who was a member of the local school board : wnen Superintendent Brumbaugh made his memorable fight for the emancipa tion of tho public school system from the grip of politics. Mr Shoemaker recounted the history of tho struggle In replying1 to the con tentions of Vnnco C. McCormlck that tioclor Urumbaugh had never been a port of any movement In Pennsylvania for important civic Improvements. Mr. Ehoemakor explained thnt ho had no dc rlro to Indulge In a polltlcnt controversy, but w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 26 October 1914

yJg?J-Sg T?a wwwlW(ppi EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1913. SBQ h- if) S 7,'and for j W. i:M ! ' st " it GERMAN LEFT TO RELIEVE Contlnned from I'nse One Kcia, the Vienna War Office states, contradicting reports of the Czar's success. In the Przcmysl region the Austrians claim continued success. The MontcncKrin War Office virtually admits abandonment of the siege of Sarajevo, capital of Bosnia. The Serb-Montenegrin forces, though heavily outnumbered, inflicted severe losses on the Austians before retir ing from their advanced positions, and the foe has been unable to press its advantage. Cattaro has been the scene of an Austrian repulse, according to the ALLIES HAMMER ON RIGHT TO EASE STRAIN ON LEFT PARIS, Oct 2.",. Th Gentians are helm; liold all along the new line of battlo In tho north, while the French aro presslnf? tho flRht Ing on tho extreme right In an effort to for-co n. change In the Oerman plans. This was tho Interpretation placed to day on the announceme...

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