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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 26 October 1914

"pv Wfrrr t CZAR LOSES 150,000, j BROWNED IN TRAPS ' SETBYHINDENBURG . Aged and Invalid General , Turns Tide of Victory in East Prussia, Returned Tourist Says. m NEW TOIIK. Oct. IS.-A talc of ad ventures within tlio German war lines nai told jestorday by Henry Ulhlcln, Jr , vho arrived from Europo Saturday on th notterdam. Mr. Ulhlcln said that he , fled from Cologno In a military auto mobile with German officers going to the front Ho reached Mego Just after It had ,, fallen, then went to Antwerp, but escaped . fiom the horrors of the Blcgo and finally reached Holland nnd safety. Americans, ho said, will bo thrilled and horrified when the full details of tho present struggle are mado known. While staying at a. hotel In Frankfurt "" en-Main Mr. TJIhleln wa.s given tha protection of Major General V. Drat of " the Seventeenth Army Corps, and from 1 "him he learned that tho Kaiser mado his - hurried flight from Mots to Eastern Prussia In order to stem tho tide of de feat that then threa...

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. — 26 October 1914

)i. i, Miniiinyiupmjuimii, unmnii.un'ni mumiMni WWBW 6 EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, OOTOBEH 26, 1914. wwipiiilJWiifBinnrr qamtv vmmt ! tl a ft "j M Hi! . II n 2?! BROUGHT FROM CHINA TO CALIFORNIA JAIL BY RUSE OF FELON Innocent Man Substituted for Convict at Shanghai and Deception Not Discovered Until His Arrival at San Quentin. WASHINGTON-. Oct. 23.-T1ie Depart ment of Justice Is encased today In In vestigating a prison case which reads llko romance or a fiction tale how an Innocent man was substituted for n felon, carried a prisoner from China to San Francisco and his Identity and freedom not established until after entering the penitentiary at San Quentin. Cal. Peter Grimes, an ox-convlct from San Ouehtln, Is the man whose ingenuity first p.tsxlcd a prison management, then the department of Justice and Anally caused 'Mplomatle exchanges through the State 1 'apartment with Japan. Grimes was sentenced before the Amer 1 -an Court at Shanghai to three years ,ii San Quentin for...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 26 October 1914

wmswifgtQj EVENING- LTiiDftliiB-PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1914. "tf mmmmmmimSgmi CONGRESS FORECASTS . FAVOR DEMOCRATS 1 IN BOTH BRANCHES Republican Gains in House Probable, But Present Sen ate Majority to Be Main tained or Increase!. The next Congress wilt bo Democratic, according to forecasts based upon can vMt made by the Sun, tho World and the Herald, of New York city. Though ,u .mimales aro not Identical, each hows the Democratic party will havo a majority of approximately 43 votes In the House nnci at least 10 In the Senate. If correct, these figures mean that the Democrats would loso 66 seats In the HoiifO and gain two In tho Senate. Progressives will lose heavily, all threo nempapefs nro convinced. Tho present rrogreKlvo vote In tho House Is 18. This Till be cut to seven, according to the forecasts A substantial gain for tho Re publican party Is agreed upon. This will come out of tho Bull Moose strength and defection In tho Democratic States. It ill raise tho Republic...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 26 October 1914

I'liwii mew unm.iiii'i in iiiMininiiiiiiiTiiiini"" i iniiiniiiiin i in in "r 'i-rr-rpimn r ' '"nr gtsJff.MlllU'l'f 'I''WW') ''- w 8 E LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1914;. ( ; u V l A V MS for the i Ef V IW. -Wll ! js i' :t) n .'i''f i Li i -1 t. i! naiemttg f&m$& nzxiQtv PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY CTP.U9 . K, CUItTIS, Pbesipest. Oeo. W. Ochs, Secretary; John C. Martin, Treasurer Charles II. Ludlncton, Thlllp S. Collins, John B. "WU Hams, Directors. EDtTOUIAli BOAHD ! Crncs II. K. Ccbiis, Chairman. P. II. iritALET Executive Editor JOHN C. MARTIN Gcnara! Duslneas Manager Published datlr at Pusuo Lewies Building, Independence Square, Philadelphia. LitMEn CENTitAt Broad and Chestnut Streets Atlantic Cut Prcta-Vnlon Building Nsw Tonic. . . ,...t70-A, Metropolitan Tower Ciiicaoo SIT Home Insurance Building London.. .........8 Waterloo Place, Pall Mall, 5. TV. NEWSBCUEAUS! Ittamsticnn Bcuric...., The ralrlet Bulldlnir WamiinStov Bcreiu The Post Building New Yobk Ilcntiu The r...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 26 October 1914

"0 EVENING T.r.ftTim-PTTTT;ADEKPHIA-, MONDAY, OOTOBEB 26, 1014. SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA nfn. and mhs, GEonaE w. n. robehts JVL ot 1806 De Iancey plnce, will not give a tea on November 3 to Introduce 41ielr daughter, Mis? Virginia Roberts, ns was at first planned, s Mrs. Roberts has lately Undergone nn opera tion for. appendicitis. The tea will bo filven some time In early December. Mrs. Roberts Is reported as recovering rapidly. Mr and Mrs. Paul Thompson, of 1316 De Lan- cey place, have Issued Invitations for a tea at which they will Introduce their daughter, Miss I Jean N. Thompson, Wednesday, November 11, from 4 until 6:30 o'cloclc. The card of Rodman Ellison Thompson Is Inclosed. . Mrs. Austin Hoiltslier has nlso IsRied cards for tho tea at which sho will introduce bcr daughter, Miss Anna Mntscy Hocksher, at her homo, 2213 Walnut street, on Tuesday niter noon, December 1. fiom 6 until 7 o'clock. Among those who attended the weekly dance nt the Merlon Cricket Club on...

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. — 26 October 1914

i'WHiiJiliiHH!WIHmui mmj. nij.iinwj.il "jyer riiir,i4imi a. i .niinjii j,i WWW -m immwwmm'M.' . " ' ' mmmiiniMii mimmmwmmmmmm 10 EVENING LEDGERPHILADELPHIA", MONDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1914. WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON flPS MODES OF THE HOUR HER HUSBAND'S HELPER Jm M BHb m It !: m Si'll hlm i .P.H,r il ;4i '81 nt H 'l Ph"-h I '1 "" 3d P- j.b 4 m ii r. THE YOUNG DAUGHTER Great Tact and Patience Are Required to Male the Wheels Go Round. ' ty dear. 1 am so worried about my )t '(t daughter," one harased mail on confided to another lately. "She diwsn't teem to have ,nn Idea beyond young men and clothes Just how' t am qulto nt my wits' end to know what lo do! Indeed, I've talked to ner till I'm tired!" Why, what did you say?" said the other. In her calm, pleasant voire "I told her that 1 would not allow her to wear such dreadfully loud clothe?, and that I was utterly ashamed of her! The other morning t found her seated at the ulnrion, smiting to nil the hl...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 26 October 1914

WOMEN WHO MARRY ROYALTY OFTEN FIND LOTADIFFICULTONE Wife of Ferdinand of Saxe Coburg Suffered Indigni ties at Hands of Members of Court. Tho nta?rlngo of Prlnco Oscar, son of the Kaiser, to a lady In waiting, set many talking about morganatic mar rlttBcs an expression which Is often used loosely In England and In Amorlca be cause tho Institution Is unknown to Eng lish law, remarks a correspondent of tho Kansas City Star. Persons have sometimes supposed that the Duko of Cambridge was morga natlcally married to Miss Falrbrothcr, but In Btrlct fact ho was not married to hrr at nil. His and her status wero do to mined by tho English royal marrlago act of 1773, whereby It Is provided that no member of tho royal family, "within tho meaning of the act," shall bo capablo of contracting marrlago "without tho pro vtous consent of his Majesty, his heirs or successors, signified under tho great seal and declared In council." That consent was not given In their caro, and their union was, therefo...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 26 October 1914

iiwipi iBmimmimmm 12 EVENING LEDGEE PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1914. OFFICIALS' CLUB BANQUET TO BE HELD TONIGHT-OLYMPIA FIGHTS ATTRACT INTEREST OFFICIALS' CLUB BANQUET TONIGHT AT HANOVER HOTEL After Feast Important Rules' Discussion Will Keep Members Busy Other Athletic News. HEAVYWEIGHT BILL SLATED TONIGHT AT OLYMPIA A. A. Jim Coffey to Meet Youne Charlie Weinart in Wind up Hot Bouts Are Promised. MICHIGAN AND HARVARD BATTLE EAGERLY AWAITED Game Scheduled for Next Saturday Promises to be Replete With Surprises Four Teams Undefeated. T Vi i ' ' '" I ; . - - ' a .MJr n 1 i I . I1-- H i . -Tho eyes of the football world will bo turned toward tho Harvard stndlum at Cambridge this week. Next Saturday In that football arena tho biggest lnterscc ttotial gridiron battle of tho year will bo staged between the warriors wearing the Crimson and ridding Tost's erratlo Mlchlganders. It has been supposed that by this time tome deflnlto line could be had on the relative strength of tho Harv...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 26 October 1914

FINANCIAL FOREIGN EXCHANGE DROPS IN NEW YORK ONABSENCEOFBIDS Demand Sterling Declined l0 4,91 Money Market Continues to Grow Easier. Steel Common in Demand. The situation of an absenco of bids won created In the foreign exchnngo market In, New York, nml this morning demand sterling declined to 4.91 against 4.83 on FrMy ft week ago. There was no tie mind for exchange on Paris, and tho rtes for norlln exchange of 80091 wero purely nominal. It Is current gossip that iome of the banks nre long of exchange tnd that pressure from these Institutions hu been partly responsible for the sharp decllne The New York city financing with tho shipment of $33530.616 gold to Canada and th arrangements for the exchange gold pool, which has deposited flO,0OO,O0O gold )n Ottawa, together with the heavy ex pansion of exports, has radically changed the exchange outlook, and It would not he surprising If rates fell to a range favoring this country In future gold move ments, MONEY SITUATION EASIER The monet...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 26 October 1914

i Will iBtHUpMiiiX i n nwn ' i t ijj JtpuwuBwapwsw 'iyiiy,W,)Bariaj,t ijii'i)uii!iiiwwiW"n'AiMwglfii NIGHT EXTRA Heiger NIGHT, EXTRA: 'gfw ml $k mL M !i If fi r? 14 r. '.. i Il.Sr W ! ,.? I 4.7 J, ' ' i i.ri i :; -pi v f . , . it If', :' iff: ''; at If t mL F II : if I VOL. T :no. ($7 PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1914. Constant, 1D14, m ins Fnntio Limes Coufant. PRICE ONE OENtI VARES' STERN "CALL" OF M'NICHOL'S HAND LOOKED FOR TODAY Politicians Expect an Abrupt Demand for "Showdown" in Republican City Com mittee Meeting. Speculation ns to what wn happening behind closed doors at the meeting of the Itcptibllcan City Committee, where State Senators Edwin H. Vare and James r. McNlchol came together, occupied the ettcntlon of political circles today. Rumors of an Impending clash flew tack and forth, but ihoso In a position to know were silent and mado no pre diction!!. The committee met nt noon today. Fol lowing so closely the report that the Vares last Saturday demanded action by ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 27 October 1914

J NIGHT NIGHT EXTRA ma&tt EXTRA PKIOE OltfE CENT I. . .- VOL. I-NO. 38, PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1914. COFTUKJHT, 1014, BT tHK PDUtlO 1.KDORK COMMHT. $1,000,000. Penrose Rum Fund-Northeast Urges Rapid Transit. Germans Falter on. Left Many D ie in Mine; 282 Saved A DAY'S JOURNEY WITH" THE CAMERA MAN i I. '1,1 .I i i 1. 1 M i i n i i j 1',w e',is arc coliectcd ior war sufferers at City Hall. The picture to tne lett shows donations being received by mail. The centre pictu.e is mat of some practical gifts for the little sufferers' comfort. At the extreme right is shown how the gifts are assorted by women of tiij . . Child Federation, who are doing the noble work of helping to fill the Christmas ship that will convey America's expression of her good1 will to the shores of Europe. DR. MARTIN G. BRUMBAUGH EXPOUNDING CAMPAIGN ISSUES MEN FLOCK TO AUaTRO-HUNGARlAN CONSULATE HERE TO ENLIST FOR WAR COLONEL ROOSEVELT HAS RETAINED FAMILIAR SMILE . . , . i j fwpa .... jj v . mk a TOD...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 27 October 1914

i!!SmfmS!!SZi:ri nmi.1 , jb) m"" " m ''- '- -- ' jmp &fyvw-'mwmiiim&wn ?" ww.wpWfW'Nw wK)p)(iniJtiiiij'll',f4.''i.wwwwPli EVENING LEDGEK PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, OOTOBEB 27, 1D14. NORTHEAST SECTION OF CITY DEMANDS RAPID TRANSIT SOON AND FREE TRANSFERS u; ;;-.i iri K: H si r -i. h" h M !: N L I; I.. r f E;f, 'It1! tr l s FRANKFORD WANTS RAPID TRANSIT ON FLAT SCENT BASIS Demands That Eight-cent Exchange Be Abolished For Its 125,000 Daily Passengers, and High-speed Service Instead ot Strap-hanging. Elevated Will Save $270,000 a Year in Time, And Single Fare System Will Give Section $91,000 Extra Spending Money. ;iffr,,T-iniMit jmtmtiii'i i i TtME BY RZCCMMCnrifD CAP'D 7ZHfS urer -zs rf'"u7zo I TIME SAVING, KRAMKtORD TO EIGHTH AND MARKET STREETS The drawings show the present time by trolley to Frankford and the time that would be saved, 42 minutes, by a rapid transit system. TRANSIT PROGRAM IN BRIEF The transit progiam provides lor the operation of all hlgh-spcid linos In conjunct...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 27 October 1914

NIGHT EXTRA ICefrger NIGHT EXTRA tfttttt0 VOL. l-NO. 38 FRENCH PUSH ENEMY BACK ACROSS LINE NEAR NANCY Sudden Offensive Move Made on Right Wing Is Sucessful, Paris Re ports, and Germans Lose Artillery Duel. Allies Make Progress Be tween Ypres and Roulers, While Belgians and British Hold Invaders Between Dixmude and Nieuport. Battle in Belgium Now Raging Most Fiercely on Lower Reaches of Yser Southward to Region of Lens in France. The French have taken the offensive east of Nancy and have driven the Germans back across their own fron tier, asserts an official report issued in Paris today. This flatly contradicts the Berlin reports, which declare that the French right wing has been driven back, leaving the fortress of Verdun isolated. In Belgian, it is stated, the Allies have made progress between Ypres and Roulers. This also is in direct contradiction to the German version. It is further asserted that around Soissons and Berry-au-Bac, in the centre, the French have won in an artillery...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 27 October 1914

aWPWWrW"!"-1 lHiWwl"mnW'..wi 'ji ' 'i , H'uw'irUiiiii'H.jM,.ilitlil n iiinpy.iuyuwfmlW'i'i i."i Hi'luMW'tywin piwai'WiUmJmMPWl mi 2 3 EVENING IiEBGERPHILAtELPHIA', TUESDAY, OCTOBER 37, 1QU. n t j riK i 3' jil ! T'vl .1 it 4 i i ;! I" i fi ft'" !' N i 'j i ! F if MAYOR WILL TEST COUNCILS' SUDDEN . ZEAL FOR THE IDLE Hopes for Definite Decision on a Plan to Use City Funds to Give Work to the Unemployed. .Organization Men's Abrupt So licitude for Relief of Distress Suspected of Being a Pre Election Change of Heart. The conference of city officials advo cated by Mayor lllankcuburg to defor ming definitely tlio means for releasing tho Idle millions In the City Treasury to provide work for tho unemployed dur ing the coming winter will bo held within the next two weeks. .tohn I Connelly, chairman of the pedal joint Councltmmilc committee, named to devise means of furnishing re lief to the unemployed, sold today that ho nnd Select Councilman K, AW Pntton. of the 27th Ward, would represent Co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 27 October 1914

) NOTED PHYSICIANS URGE THE ELECTION OF DR. BRUMBAUGH Drs, Martin, Posey, Hirst, Deaver and Ashton Sup port Nominee for His Work in Behalf of Public Health. Five Philadelphia medical men of na tional reputation have enlisted In the campaign for the election of Dr. Martin G. Brumbaugh to the Governorship. They have sent letters to many hundreds of ihylclnns and surgeons throughout the city urging them to support the eminent educator. The men who have signed the com munication are Dr. Kdwnrd Martin, pro feisor of genlto-tlrlnary surgery at the t'nlverslty of Pennsylvania and n mem ber of the Board of Education; Dr. Wil liam Campbell Toscy, famous eyo special ist; Dr. Barton Cooke Hirst, who occu pies the chair of obstrctrlcs In the Uni versity of Pennsylvania! Dr. John II. Deaver, noted surgeon; Dr. W. E. Ash ton, specialist In genllo-urlnary diseases and n member of tho faculty of Medico Chlrurglcal College. Doctor Martin, one of the superintend ent's most earnest supporters In the r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 27 October 1914

W '4 EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1914. nun . Wampjp.j '. ir ? m ! T.J. J f'l I? ALLIES DRIVE GERMANS OVER BORDER NEAR NANCY Continued from rare One compelled to withdraw toward Thorn, their East Prussian stronghold, Pt trograd advices assert, in consequence of the blocking of their flanking move ment. Battle is raging at Warsaw, ac cording to the German version of operations in the east. The walls of the city are being shelled by heavy artillery and Zeppelins are creating heavy damage within by constant bomb-dropping. Russian reinforce ment from Siberia and the Caucasus have been badly beaten, Berlin says, outside the city, which the Council has left and from which the ir habitants are fleeing. In Galicia the Austrians arc fight ing with abated energy, and the Czar's forces have pushed their ad ant age by entering the region south of the San. On the cast Prussian front the Russians have defeated all attempts of the Germans to advance into North Poland. Austrian...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 27 October 1914

u K EXPECT GRAND JURY TO INDICT NEW HAVEN i DIRECTORS MONDAY Recess Taken Yesterday Be lieved to Forecast Return , of True Bills Against Members of Board. NEW YORK, Oct. S7.-When Hie Fed crnl Grand Jury, which has been Inves tigating the affairs of tho Now York, Now Haven and Hartford Hallroad, meets again next Monday It Is expected that In dictments will bo handed down holding Individual directors responsible for the looting of tho road during tho regime of Charles S. Mellcn as president. The recess taken by tho Orand Jury lalo yesterday Is. such an usually precedes tho voting of Indictments. With tho return cf Indictments, preparations for tho trial of the nccuscd directors aro expected to be made for tho earliest possible dato. Jlellen was a witness before tho Inter file Commcrco Commission and tho Orand Jury, which conducted tho probo Into the guilt of the directors. For this reason, It Is believed, tho former president of tho road will bo tho Government's star witness In establ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 27 October 1914

G EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1913. MM it I M 1 i f i ; ) ORDERS TO IGNORE LOW PRICES HELPED H. Y. SPECULATION Comptroller's Instructions to Bank Examiners Had a Favorable Influence New Street Quotations Up. The announcement by the Comptroller of the Currency that examiners had teen Instructed to Ignore prices report ed In open market dealings had a favor able Influence on the slight speculative mood which still exists In New York. The trading group on the New street curb, which yesterday assumed Its largest proportions, dwindled awny to the smallest numbers noted there for months, and there was an absence of the apparent pressure that has caused so much uneasiness among Stock ex change members In tho past few weeks. United States Steel common, which ims yesterday offered by these traders at 33V, was 40Vi bid, without sales this morning, and other lisues In which ac tive trading has been reported were quoted at a higher range. These changed prices confirmed a p...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 27 October 1914

T ATTORNEY ACCUSES "MET" RAILWAY IN $300,000 SUIT (Charges Perjury in Awarding Payment of $5000 Dam ages to Child and in Pro curing His Disbarment. NEW TOniC, Oct 27. Benjamin Oppen icim, a lawyer, announced today that ho had brought suit for $300,000 damages against the Metropolitan Streol Railway Company. Back of the announcement lies an amaz ing charge of how, for 18 years, the street railway company sought by legal tricks and the bribery of witnesses to avoid tho payment of a Judgment for $S0OO to a little girl crippled for life In a street car accident. The alleged plot reached Its climax In the company's agents procuring tho disbarment of Op pcnliclm After 17 years' struggle, Oppcnholm has obtained his reinstatement at the bar and also a court order directing the com pany to pay Harriet Nugent, his crippled client, the 000 with accumulated Interest, total of $11,000. Tho company Is now bankrupt and In the hands of a receiver, Douglas Ilobln eon, who has refused to pay tho $14,...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 27 October 1914

mmmmmmmmmmmm 8 EVEJNitt LiliDaiiSKPHILAJEJUPHIA, TUESDAY, 00T0J3EE 27, 1914. -I? ;I y N f I 'i-i: '",, r - " ! i I M! I Hi If f 3( if. f! Queuing gHUi Wbtpv PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY emus it k. curvris, rntaintsr. 0o. XV, Och, Secretary; John C. Martin, Treasurer; Charlts It. Ludlngton, Philip S. Collins, John B. "Wil liam, Directors. EDITORIAL BOARD! Ctscs 11. K, Ci-ntts, Chairman. P. 11. WIIALET Executive Editor JOHNC. MARTIN Rcncral Rualnsa Manager Published dally at Pcelic Lcmeb ItutlJInr, Independence Square Philadelphia. I.lDORii Cxcir1. Drond and Chestnut Streets Atlantic Cut Prct-Unlot Building Usw l"oK 170-A. Metropolitan Toner CntCAOO 81T Horns lnrurnnce tlulMIng London 8 Waterloo riaio. Pall Mall, S. V. KCWSBUItCAUSi HAiminicna IH-neip Th Palrtof Ttulldlnir Wasmisiiton HinrAC The Voit Building Nbw York lltnPAt; Tho Tlmea lluiMIng BxaMs lli'nxvt! 0(i Frledrlfh(traoe LoxnoM tlL'REAU 1 Pall Mall Eait. S. W. PabH Ltcnvu .12 Hue Louis le drand SUBSCRIPTION TERMS By carrier. Dam.t ...

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