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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 27 October 1914

ff EVENING T.nmamtt-PmT,APMl.gHIA. JUBSDAY, OOTOBBB 27, 10X4, SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA rgs JIAKION BTIU3 SAVAGE will ba tha ,,.t of honor at a dlnner-danco Which M ' .. .- C. Barclay, of 1818 Pine Btreet, m rivo tonlBht at tha Radnor Hunt Club. Zul cuests wilt be seated at small tables and Vii be about 80 In number. They have been elected almost exclusively from tho debutante ltd younger dancing men sot. Perions In this city will bo Interested to know ihftt Mr and Mrs. John Bouvler' ot Now Tork ill celebrate tholr Bolden weddlnff annlver w " t0(lny strs. Bouvler was a Miss Caroline Ewlne, of this clly. Mrs C Fonlalno-Maury Leldy, who haa been telling her mother, Mrs. John llldgcley, In Baltimore, will return tomorrow. Mrs. Leldy ill! lisue Invitations shortly for a. luncheon which sho will give In honor of hor debutante niece, Miss Cornelia Carter Loldy, daughter of nr and Mrs. Joseph Loldy, and Mlso Mary Evelyn Chew, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. David B. B. Chew. ' Invitat...

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. — 27 October 1914

afmrnummmmiWl 10 EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1914:. WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRQNi iw MODES OF THE HOUR THE ADVANTAGES OF fi. 4M iiH'.nl ill. tt 1- v 51 1 j. i i '$ m ON BEING INLOVE Ellen Adair Discusses the Odd Transformations for Which the Genllc Passion Is Responsible "All the world loves n lover," goes the saying. Yes, thcorctlcnilj. and In the abstract! Viewed In the concrete, and at close range, a pair of lovers are most trlng! One never knows just how to take them, nor how, upon a given occasion, they will actt They Becm beyond the pale of ordinary stand nrds, loo. One c.innot .count upon their movements, for In a wvoild of unex peeled happenings, they are the most erratic. Irresponsible of beings! Viewed with a calm, Impartial eye, the ups and downs of being In love seem very strange' I.ovc Is tesponslblc for such strange hallucinations, too. Among the roses seem to mingle pretty freely thorns! To the lalm looker-o...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 27 October 1914

SngV. lardner writes his first RING LARDNER HITS MICHIGAN TRAINING CAMPAND IS FED Yost Allows Him to See 'Practice and Also the Crip ples on the Football Team. By RING W. LABDNER ANN ARBOfl, Mich., Oct. 27. Ab Boon . nno becomes a war correspondent ho f. orlvlleged to write of himself as "I" and 'me." If yo don,t object I wN work that privilege to the limit nnd state right off the reel that I arrived In Ann Arbor tut night and nobody was down at the train to meet me. So I called a taxi, which will ho duly charged on the ox mm account, and was driven up to tho hotel The name of tho hotel has been changed. It used to be the Cook House, and now It's something else. Its new name Is deleted by the censor under tho nil which prohibits free advertising! hut If mall Is addressed to mo at tho Cook Hcuio I will get It. I registered, engaged a room and a good night's slcop. I arose early this morning, shaved, dressed and had break fast and then was steered up to the nth lttlc association's ofi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 27 October 1914

ipptwmwiwiii i.;i- iwmwmmimmiHmmmmjiBim T" NIGHT EXTRA Cuettmg .' Sle&ger T NIGHT EXTRA ,v 4? - vol. ixo. as niULADELPinA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1914. PRICE ONE CEKt' Cor trio nT, 1011, si tnz rnsi to Limes Chiihvt ?:. i r !' ... v i i J if". r- R;n JIK - t 4 if a R KNIFE PENROSE? N0TF0R20VARES! IS BARROOM'S CRY. Liquor Stronger Than Loy- alty to South Philadelphia Leaders, When It Comes to Picking the Friend of the Saloon. Eleventh Hour Orders to Ctlt Sell- , serlou. ,nury li Inches shortly nfter 10 ... ctA Q,,. rtn. o clock thla mnrnlng uhen a hcaw can- ator Expected But Orders or lleInbrrt lU the stn(?c roof of lhe AnAfmy No Orders, the Rum Men Will of Music crashed to the stage of the hla ,,,, . .,,. . ,. ., ' torlc old pla5 house and was shattered nt I "Vote Safe," They Defiantly , fMli Declare. ' Thc "'"slc'in was conducting a re- ' he.irsnl of ih orchestra when the weight , fell. 11" said It missed his head bj five Rum Is stronger than Edwin It. Vare. inches, boss of South...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 October 1914

Xit?r&grF$'M'Tt' " v ' ' ""n wjEp IMtger NIGHT1 EXTRA NIGHT EXTRA itimtmn PRICE ONE OEINT VOL. I-2TO. 30 PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1914. CortEioiiT, 1014. at tiie Postio Lroort Commwt. : : i " ' " ' Liquor Men's Protest Betrays Penrose-Allies Repulse Germans Lawyer Shoots Wealthy Banker-$3 5 0,000 Fire at Hagerstown A PICTORIAL REPORT OF SOME OF THE NEWS OF THE DAY AT HOME AND ABROAD it" -5' j.; . .) ., ' -v - : ' fS'- . - i" .- ; , .jj.,f.f. I,-,,,.,..- ;...... 1ii.f....iwiMiiM!gMgJMSf iWMiKs' tH H . c5ir 5-' . .. .IliBHBtagt. ' " ',: ' -J FRENCH MARINES FIRING FROM AN EMBANKMENT NEAR ANTWERP " "" " ' '" ' ''' -fil& '-' MBmmW i: : -ii-i ls 02I "T 4 BO&aaBSSSimi MLmxmmff THE RETREAT FROM BELGIUM, MOVING THE SEAT OF GOVERNMENT it iu u) LlilK'IVtoUU & Uiuci vuua. MISS CHRISTABEL PANKHURST, FAMOUS DAUGHTER OF HER EQUALLY FAMOUS MOTHER, WILL TOUR THE UNITED STATES pIRST CARGO OF CHRISTMAS TOYS ARRIVING FROM GERMANY BEING UNLOADED AT WASHINGTON AVENUE WHARF. TH...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 October 1914

I'm i. my Mm" nmnim):i'iiWW EVJUliNU hhbtill i xiiLAJDJWiiPHIA, WEDNESDAY, OOTOJLiUUl 28, 1014 RING W. LARDNER WRITES HIS SECOND ENTERTAINING LETTER FOR EVENING LEDGER IS "CHIC" EVANS DNLUCKIEST GOLF STAR IN AMERICA?- Student of Pastime Believes He Is, and Tells Why He. Thinks So Other Inter1-' esting Gossip. RING LARDNER GETS BEATEN IN HIS FIRST TRY AT NEW GAME Michigan Team Leaves To day on Trip East Deter mined to Conquer Har vard or Die. 1 I 4 I tmmmmmmif'limi : M :m r .' , !' ?:'f i;m 3 El ? By BIND W. GARDNER ANN ARBOR, Mich., Oct. 23. Tho Evening Ledger correspondent hail to pay for his own breakfast yesterday because he got up too late for training table. To switch back to the first per ."on. I landed at athletic headquarters about 9 o'clock and found l'ost, the as sistant coaches, Schultz and Cole, and tho freshman coach, Douglass, amusing themselves with a now game of Indoor football, In which tho spinning of a wheel plays a prominent part. The gams held tho interest of To...

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. — 28 October 1914

mm 1 1 wMfiiiimwmwaww ' vnmm mmimmi" nmwm jkmu NIGHT EXTRA NIGHT EXTRA itwntnn PRICE ONE CENT VOL. l-NO. 39 PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1914. Cortttdnt, 1914, lit THB rOBtlO LKXini COMPAKt. P 1 BUMS FALL BACK BEFORE ALLIES' LINE AB0YEABBA8 Gains Reported in Region Northward to Cambrin As German Attacks in Belgium Toward Nieu port Diminish in Vigor. Violent Night Assaults Made by Kaiser's Forces North of the Aisne in Effort to Take Offensive Are Re pulsed Near Craonne. Progress Reported in Woevre District on Right, Advances Being Made in Forests Sur rounding St. Mihiel, Which Kaiser's Forces Threatened. A STRAP OR A SEAT? Tomorrow the Evening Ledger will explain the transit situation and show the need of high-speed lines to improve conditions in NORTH PHILADELPHIA Many points in this part of the city can be brought much nearer in time by the new transit system. Read the truth about transit. The Allies are again on the offensive in northern France. In a cheerful statement fro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 October 1914

mmzmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmi wwispp vBipP iwwgpBwmi.- m ivmmmmm. EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1914. PROSPERITY KEYNOTE OF BUSINESS MEN AT ATLANTIC CITY JOHNSON RIDICULES U, S. LAWYERS' CASE IN THE STEEL SUIT mmmmmmmmm EDUCATION BOARD P. & A. Phono 2011 Main Dell Phone 1328 Court 318 Wabash Blrfg. P. If. KEEFE, President CHAS. J. DIMLINO, Seo'y MAY REVISE HIGH SCHOOL SYSTEM ITALIAN-AMERICANS DISCUSS WELFARE OF THE IMMIGRANT Alliance in Convention at Wilmington Gives Today's Sessions Entirely Over to Business. n I : I t f. :r. t , . i. Hardware Convention Adopts Creed in Cheerful Refutation of Gloomy News of Calamity Howlers ATLANTIC CITY, Oct. 28. Calamity howlers took to tlio tall timber when tlio American Hardware Manufacturers' As sociation and the National Hardware As sociation, In Joint convention at tlio Marlborough-BIenhctm, today cheerlngly Adopted a new business creed promul gated by W. D. Taylor, of Clovetand, president of the latter association. "What w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 October 1914

HiBjMipSI5j5iSpw5pB5 OLD DEFEAT STIRS LOYAL DEMOCRATS IN DIAMOND STATE & '"Repudiation of Thomas W. fl Monaglian for Governor ' Places Serious Obstacle in J Path of Party Leaders. WILMINGTON, Del., Oct. 23.-Angcr ever tlio defeat of ThomnB M. Monaglian Y. for Governor two years ago Is again viiciopplng out among Democrats. I tho feeling Is so strong In one district of Christiana tliere was not n vole cast at the Democratic primary election. According to the stoiy John Dorman, fdt Henry I'ln.v, regarded as the Demo 7. cratlc leader In that district and an Inspector of election, refused to hold a primary election In that district and eo toiu uemocnviiu icuucib. ? Dorman denies he refused to hold an -' election, and says that tho ballot boxes e and the books of voters wore ready for the purpose of tho primary election, but that tho Democrats In that district 1, decided not to vote. on After the primaries the story came out Monaghan, It Is said, was asked to talk j"to some of the vo...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 October 1914

EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1914. ALLIES DRIVE ADVANCES VERDUN PIVOTAL POINT IN FRENCH CAMPAIGN BRITISH PLAN QUICK ACTION TO REPRESS SEDITION OF BOERS RUSSIANS THWART ENVELOPING MOVE OF ENEMY ON SAN Austrian Tactics Futile and Their Opposition in Galicia Slackens Czar's Men Overwhelm Honveds. NORTH OF NIEUPORT LINE y Cflntlnrtfd from race One Christian ile Wet, in the north of the Orange Free State, and General Christian Frederick Beyers, in the Western Transvaal, both veterans of the former Boer War, arc forming commandoes of discontented Boers. The spirit of revolt engendered by Colonel Mnritz' rebellion in the Cape Province has spread rapidly, and the Government is taking measures to meet the situation firmly. General Louis Botha, Premier of the Union, has left for the front. Fighting in Kiao-Chati harbor has become difficult on account of rough weather, which prevents accurate aim. The Japanese cruiser Chitosc has successfully repulsed two attacks by the ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 October 1914

EVENING fiTCTmTCrc-TmTTJADELTHIA', WEDNESDAY, OOTOBEB 28, 131, m U. S. LINER SEIZED BY BRITISH; HELD WAR CONTRABAND Cargo of Copper, Carried by Kroonland, Alleged to Be Consigned to Krupp Factories. WASHINGTON, Oct. 38. Detention ot the fled1 s'ar ,lnor Kroonland at Gibral tar was reported to tho Stato Department hy the American Consul at Gibraltar to ri a)-. The Kroonland, an American-built and American-owned vessel, was carrying a cargo ot 1M0 tons of copper from New Turk tp Naples. No reason was given for her detention by a British warship. Upon receipt of tho Information that the Kroonland had been detained, Acting Secretary of Stato Lansing notified tho Consul at Gibraltar that additional de tails were desired. Following tho re ceipt ot these details a protest probably will Ji? made to Great Britain by Am bassador Tago at London. State Department officials today pointed cut tjiat. while copper has been placed on the conditional contraband list, Great Britain has no right to det...

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. — 28 October 1914

EVENING LEDGEK PHILADELPHIA', WEDNESDAY, OGTOBEB 28, 1914;, WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON; B 8. R'j: m u NTS ? i'A It Im F N "H Hi! ? : U !' ? THE NEXT DOOR NEIGHBOR Ellen Adair Believes That Justice Should Be Tempered With Tho next door neighbor often proves a very trying quantity. But doubtless nn all-nUe Providence has placed the same In that position for our purlflnn nnd moral uplift. "Surely theio things nre nent to chattcn us!" Is fndl, realistical ly true ancnt tho next door neighbor. Are not his plavful little uays familiar to the most of us? That pleasing seiuo of humor nhUh Impels him to set hi' dog on the trail of our favorite oat Is not among' the least of them, lie owns n parrot, too, that swears most dread" fully. One wonders vaguelv tthere It learned Us comprehensive repertoire un til ono hoars tho next door neighbor trip over something In tho back ard. Ills bincuage boars nn odd resemblance to the parrot's then! Or Is ho musical?...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 October 1914

EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1914. 1 HUSBAND'S FREE LOVE THEORY TOO MUCH FOR WIFE .Woman Asking Separation Swears Doctor Had Many Soulmates, But Held Him self Blameless. NEW TOnK, Oct. 28.-Mrs. Mary Caspc's husband, Dr. Abrntn, Caspe, Is an advanced thinker, according to his own point of view, If his wife's com plaint In a separation suit Is In lino with facts. Ho Is n member of the Socialist party, but Mrs. Cnspo asserts she did not ob ject to the vlowa lip entertained until he began to advocate freo love In his own homo, "contending that men aro not bound by any legal restraint from loving nnd living with more than ,ono woman at the same time, that It wus altogether proper for a married man to live with other women if ho loved them." Mrs. Caspe, who lives at CO Eat 108th street, says that her husband explained that to live with other women than his wlfo was at all times proper and moral for a married man so long ns It was "snnetloncd by love." Incidentally, ...

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. — 28 October 1914

-JUUUU.,-.... n...-. mirwm a EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1914. PSaHBJrpMPw M .J. )l if iiu 5 I 1 Ml PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY emus it k crrvns. r-srstoisT. Oto. TV. Oclis, Secretary, John C. Martin, Trcsqrr: Charles If. Ludlngton. Philip S Collins, John D. Wil liams, Director!. " i EDlTOniALBOAItD; Cues H. K. Otitis. Chairman. P. II. WltALET Executes Editor JOHN C. MAP.TIN. .General ltutlncs Manager Published dally at Pestle Ltroeji Building-, Independence Square. Philadelphia. Ltnota Cisnu Broad and Chestnut Streets ArtASTIC ClTt PrMS-l'nfcm Building Ntw Toix 170-A. Metropolitan Toner Ciucauo SIT Home Insurance Building- LonMK S Waterloo Pluoe. Tall Mall, S. W. NEWS bUIIBAt'Si Harmsbcko Dt beat The ratriot Rulldlnr WASMlNatox nrwsAtr The Tost Building Xbw YonK ntsnic The Tiniri Building tteat.ljf nrnrr m Frllrlolistra?e Inpon nnr,rAt 2 Pall MaII Kat, S W. I'abis Hemic 32 nue Louis le Grand SUBSCRIPTION TEP.MS By carrier. Pamt Os.t. K ient ttr mull, postpaid outs...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 October 1914

mrmrmmqfijmem pjwu.uneii I' if ni.iwi u WP' ppi PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOHER 28, 191A- EVENING LEDGEB- SOCIAL LIFE PHILADELPHIA u n..-tm A1tff rrTt?KfTWrt daughter of Mrs. Robert W. ownlne, of 24 Locust street, bids fftlr to bo ono of the most popular debutantes of the season, and (hat Is by no means a small compliment to pay to the attractive bud, for It must be remem bered thero are no small number of debutantes this yr- Mlss UownlnK wl11 bo the BUe8t of honor at a dinner dance on Friday nlfiht which will be Riven on board the United States steam hip Connecticut at the Navy Yard by Ensign Charles H. Mecum. Miss Downlnff will be pre eetned at a tea which will bo given by her mother Tuesday afternoon, November U, the tea to be followed by ft theatre party and sup per. On November 21 her uncle. Dr. Frank D. Dickson will glvo a dinner dance at tho Merlon Golf Club for MIbi Downing, and on December 14 Mrs. George Peterson will entertain at a theatre party In her honor. Mr. and Mrs....

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. — 28 October 1914

v-?rBiewvrtPi? -v afwuwtii'w i'U"i' 'iiw '"IM'UH'WWpgip - Ljtinpiawi iinjiiinnpgr "UittypwwjWfWPWWWi rWw 10 EVENING LEDGEKPHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1914. Zkm' WUHPW J li"MM'M t"w " iMy I j 'i'l i U I irt rj H V hi .;; i WIFE TESTIFIES HUSBAND PLACED HER IN ASYLUM Physician Accused of Con spiracy With Two Other Practioners in Suit He Loved Patient, Woman Avers. NCW TORK. Oct. M.-Chnrglng that her husbnnil, Dr. Sllns 1'. Heebe conspired with two other physicians of Queens County to place her in nn Iniane asylum because he had fallen In love with an other woman, Mrs Mary K. Heche, of 12 Elm street, Flushing testified In tho Supremo Court In Queens jesterday at tho opening of her suit for separation, alimony and the right to tho homo In Flushing. Doctor Bcebo was at one time head of tho therapeutic department of Cornell University. Two days after the birth of her youngest son. In May. 1911, testified Mrs. Becbe, her huxbnnd told her of his love for one of bli woman patient an...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 October 1914

I1 1 : mtmwmpmmv H REDUCTION OF STEEL DIVIDEND MET WITH MUCH FAVOR IN N. Y. Small Disbursement That Was Earned Better Than Large One, Which Would Add to Deficit. The reduction of the United States Steel common dividend was regarded with gen eral favor In New York, moat of the com ment beli'R tl,nt " wns uottcr l0 AW n tmall dividend that was earned than n large one, which would add to the deficit of the two preceding ijuartcrs. tt was expected that tho decreased dis tribution would ho reflected In pressuro In the open mnrkct, hut, although there was n marking down of tho trading quo tation to $ the supply was scunt and tho few offers enmo probably from tho small fry speculators, who are working on their own account. Probably too much importance has been attached to tho scattered offerings of money at concessions from rates charged on standing1 loans. Tho various now loans mado In tho past few weeks reach t comparatively small aggregate and do not Indicate any material Increase In Bu...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 October 1914

-' nu i . i mi iimmmrmimmmmm NIGHT EXTRA NIGHT FVXTPA VOL. I NO. 39 rnnjADELPinA, Wednesday, ootobbb 28, 1014. PRICE OM CENT COtTBfOin, 1014, Bt inHPcMIO LirOKS COMPANT. jw wwmi.iinmn.pw um I " wmnu.ip.niM11. wipipipippiBi Jijiijif w l'1 W'jiiliiwii.wnni.iiiimH)iiMWppBHpimjn mm i tl jt ix i i ii1)- l i J , M M: HARTE ELIMINATES PHANTOM VOTERS FROM BLOOKLEY Director Purges Lists Which Always Contained Names of 400 Organization Sup porters as "Employed" In mates. Dr. R. H. Harte, Director of ths De partment of Health and Charities, has notified Mayor Blankenburg that the registration lists of Blockley have been purged. The notoriously large number of votes mustered In the old days for the Pen-rose-McNIchol Organization by marching "employed" Inmates and attendants from the Philadelphia General Hospital to the polls on election day will not bo enrolled this year. Doctor Harte does not refer to the past eondltlons in his statement to the Mayor, but says that In the 2d Division of tho JJ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 29 October 1914

NIGHT EXTRA NIGHT txttnxn i EXTRA U PRICE OKE Offi&J! 1 VOL. I-2TO. 40 PmODADEIiPHlX, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1914. CoTTnionr, 1814, t thm Pobjjo Imat Cokmwt. Roosevelt For 'Clean' Senator-Allies Move Toward Bruges Business Future Bright, Says Gary-Liquor O. K.'s Penrose Slate A DAY'S JOURNEY AT HOME AND ABROAD WJTIT THE CAMERA mgmmKmmmmmmmmmBm9BnmmKmmmmmmmmmmtmmmmmml0ml9mmmlmmmmarm,mmmtm I I i i - i II I i-nipiirlwwiT l . i William Draper Lewis and Vance C. McCormick, snapped in front of the Washington party headquarters, 217 South Broad street. Mr. LewiB, tho Washington party nominee who withdrew in favor of fusion and Mr. McCormick, is holding spectacles in his hand. Mr. McCormick is the smiling man with the overcoat thrown over his arm. The picture to the right is that of a group of women supporters of Mr. McCormick and the Washington party. From left to nght, they are Miss N. Brown, Mrs. George H. Burpee, Mrs. Mary E. Hannum, Mrs. Joseph P. Mumford, Miss Mary B. Ingham, Mrs. ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 29 October 1914

nnwrrw-,.- -yw -ynroiKjP w.jnwy yp.y jin, - i j i i ii . i jpi iilWjijwii Ln'i1 . i ' ' nn iiijiniiiin W mull WIP l .. nil I I Mil IITrHfflTTTiMtTTiPtffHfrFflffPM R EVENING LEDGEE-PniLADELPHIA, THURSDAY, OOTOBEE 29, 191L 717,000 IN NORTH PHILADELPHIA DEMAND QUICK WORK ON RAPID TRANSIT PROGRAM REASON FOR REAL RAPID TRANSIT Interesting Comparison Boston, with a population of 710,000, ha 20 miles of subway and elevated railway. North Philadelphia has a population, of 717,000 people, but, despite tho fact that Its testdents In number are greater than tho entire population of Boston, It Is forced to be content with congested surface transportation, The battle has just begun. North Philadelphia, ns well os every Bectlon of our great city, must have real rapid transit. 1? -t r y& !.' w nfowgiiT 1tWp" "" n i 'i i i. fl SUBWAY TO SAVE YEARLY LOSS IN TIME OF$680,000 Northern Section's 717, 000, a Population Greater Than Bostons, Demands Prompt Work on Rapid Transit Pro gram. Abolition of ...

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