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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 15 September 1914

f-i J9T'- ' f&A TfnptT" i,' ' ?Wi EVENING LEDOEB PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 19:U 11 MELANCHOLY DAYS ARE COME, SADDEST FOR CITY BEGGARS Hard Times for Mendicant 'rmy, Due to the Police. Jimmy Conners in Correc tion, "Slats" Despondent, "Shoestring Mary" Gone. Hard times linvo befallen tho beggar and the profession Is not what It used 10 be. Men who onco "nmdo" 13 to J3 o day have been either driven from the streets or aro serving sentences In tho House of Correction, Even Jimmy Connors, who was the llfo of a saloon near Eighth and Callowhlll itreets. Is In tho House or Correction, and what grlovcs James most Is that he cannot Kot out, although ho hired two lawjcra to nccompllsh tho object. James got out of tho "Correction" fvlre, Just for brief breathing spells, while HI" attorneys argued writs In tho courts, but each llmo James was re turned. Ho Is mourned by his valet and Mi companions. Ycb James, tho beggar, has a valet. In some manner Connors lost both his nrms. It ...

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. — 15 September 1914

r3p & l-tWf -j2 EVENING LEIaii)K PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1014 I' i IX if. i W m r t N K J BASKET BALL ADVOCATES OUTLINING PLANS-DR. KRAENZLEIN TO REMAIN HERE Mi DISSTON IS SOLE PENN SURVIVOR IN TENNIS TOURNEY Three Olhcr U. of P. Men Eliminated in the Prelimin ary Collegiate Matches Held at Merlon C. C. MUIUON CIUCKHT CIAU, Haverford, Fa, Sept. 15 With nine mllegis liptc aonted 111 the Intercollegiate tennis chain plonshlp toiiruuupiit In progress huff on the Merlon Cricket Club tutf courts there was plenty or . xclteiuent when the pie llmlnary matclu's wcie matted shortly bcfiiro nocii tothiy. with the icsiilt thai threi' of the tout University of Pennsyl vania tennis pin) era woie i liniluatcil, tho solo survivor being Jack Hlsstun, the Philadelphia Cricket Club youth, who won lrom Doyle, Liaitmouth, in a tin 111 lug three-set mutch L'hls was u disappointment to Red and Ulue followers, but not ontliel unex pecud, for Joe How laud. Jt . had the national tenuis chun...

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. — 15 September 1914

ffi(,ip''iiQ EVENING LEDGBB-PHICAPELPHIA, TTJESPAY, SEPTBMBBB 15, 1914- 13 INVESTORS SHOW A DESIRE TO RELIEVE FINANCIAL TENSION i L.. U Rn.- incouragea vy mc Feeling Everywhere Ap parent, They Display Con firlfince bv More Active Trading Prices Higher. ......i, biipppssos of the nltlcs In Eu rope Me having a Rood effect on the Lon don situation, finu mo uun ..... ..... i. .nnni-enl In financial circles In ,h, metropolis Is belnif reflected hero to t marked degree. Tho advance In Lng .... .,. imlnv. the almost sensational Ln. ." b'? ':. Jnuit" rniived com nonce " -" ,., reneneu . ... securities lln " ""' ,' rrnrtlnit nnd consentient Srher nrlces In Wall strcot and on the hlgner pn lhn( to tll0 ifcrtter feeling which Is apparent In near ?c"..' ii ii Mni9 nriil to a renewal of confidence In the ability of American (Inane era to buciij ."h - unparalleled situation that 1ms for moro i"p . ,nniii rmveoned the llnnnclal markets of the wot d. itrength and courage than Now York. .' . i.,iia ...

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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. — 15 September 1914

B-SEassaa wj-'i" V Hi m. si i t vi y 41 SPORTS EXTRA EVENING Jj JLj I) VjJii 11 PORTS EXTRA VOL. I NO. 2 PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 19 U. PRICE ONE CENT ALWAYS A CHANCE FOR DRINK VICTIM IN ST. PAUL'S CLUB CITY REGISTRATION NOT UP TO FIGURES OF THE FIRST DAY Derelicts Lifted From Seem- Unofficial Returns Indicate ingly Hopeless Degrada-1 That Voters Show Less tion and Made Useful and Eagerness to Qualify Than Self-respecting Citizens. On September 3. A sodden wreck of n. man shuirieit along the river front nnd wondered how long It took to drown. I to had hail a Ions fight sslth John Barleycorn unit he hail lost. He had nothing tn live for. Jtc had lost everything he had to loe. family, friends, business and health. The whisk had even taken away his appetite for food, and now he could not even Ret whisky. So he nerved himself and crept closer to the bulkhead. The waves mur mured Invitingly. A laborer on his way to work noticed the loiterer and Intercepted him. There was a sh...

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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. — 16 September 1914

SPORTS EXTRA ft i wcr-prl VVf EVENING LEDGER SPORTS EXTRA vol. i no. a PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1G, 1914. PRICE ONE CENT TWO BIG PLANS FOR OPENING OF EXCHANGES Bankers Discuss Projects In volving Billions of Dollars for Successful Accomplish ment. One Contemplates Government's Taking Securities Held Abroad, the Other Looks to Formation of Individual Pool. Bank?" In this city teamed lato this afternoon of two distinct propositions now under way for relief of the financial ultuallon and the consequent early re opening of the Stock Exchanges of thn country, which, because of the European Avar situation, have been closed slncu July 30. Both have to deal with the pilichaso of American sccuiltlcs held In foreign ountrles. The question of how properly to deal with this situation so as to pie vent heavy selling of these hecuritlo3 In American markets once tho exchanges are officially open, li one that has wor ried financiers for mote than a. month. And upon Ha solution depends ent...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 September 1914

pi 2 k EVENING, LEDGDBPHlLADELPHlAr WEPKEBDAY, "flffPffEMBflimG, 191 111 ' tfl at. hi r fcj fH of the German army. Tho Germans wero Inventing Fort Troyon and the neighboring: forts between Toul and Verdun, with "tlie object of opening a Way of retreat on their left. The failure of this plan means that the French are masters of the valley frofn Toul to Verdun. Therefore, the armies of the Crown Prince, Frederick William and the Dulse of yVtirtlemberg will bo unable td cross the Meuso and will have to go farther north and at tempt to pass by the Stenay Gap. The forward movement of the allies between the forest of Argonne and the Meuso continues. The pressure of the allies has had tho effect of straighten ing the battle front until It Is now al most a 'straight Hue to a point east of the Meuse and near Etaln. Belforl, France, Is In a slate of siege, and, according to the Flench military authorities. Is In a position to resist attack indefinitely. ALLIES REPULSE COUNTER ATTACKS OF GERMA...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 September 1914

aVEKIfffl LEDaERPHILAPELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1914- AERIAL VAREARfe-HAVQC CAUSED IN ANTWERP BY BOMBS DROPPED FROM ZEPPELINS ' DAMAGC CAUSED BY G?MN SOF7BS V CTY OF ANTW?F naro, wcewooo mwoo iiffl BELGIANS INSPECTING D&MS7GZ 0OYZ 3Y ZFF:UNS . Ji 'ipSS' JM M 19 I-mI VfrftTrfZ? BY ROMFi WHrf MSSF) WWFrx.? CHURCH OF YOTPE D7A7- Af7j 'V.V APrrKFn ' "3'" & r $&&, v Jf " Jf,3l8B8BM M" " . . - , t " . ' " ' y - r s rr iy at v 'A-'v7JAr, y(W wfcwirpv-u fltj iiwcr V774f OAST W?-CK0 &y ZFJUH 3OV0 i T , 4 "

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 September 1914

VWC79BiWVqUllWHli Pl nit , !( II '4. EVENING LEDOEEPHILABBLPHIA; WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER Itf, XOl iffln -.frUWMmi. -. --! SACK OF LOUYAIN BELGIANS'FAULT .;,. TOURIST ASSERTS Residents' Sniping Enrages - Germans and Frenzy of .. , Destruction Ensues War Forced on Kaiser by Gen eral Staff. 11 IKS ,' 'UKW YOtttv, Sept. 16.-Uesponsiblllty In -largo degree for tlto destruction ot ! 'LouvAlfi-una placed upon"tttc Uelgians ' hy"P, "V. VWluhnlt, wlm vn't a surRoon of the UfelfeljiVf 71.1 Cross wltpjf the o-r- , mnnn mmle the attack on Ucro ntul was Wide ,niato a 'meiiiVr u tlirf Red Corp ' air. Wclnholt arrived here on the Hot- tcrdnm. "Just aftr the capture of Moeo I wno forced to .erve with tlw Uermnn ttp.l .Cross," i.dd Mr. Wclnholt, "ami nh lhem proieeded to the Krench fr-m .ci .. There na) a little resistance on the tt -Jvltli. here and there Some desultor skir- .nildhlnB. "When ic rcaulied t,ou,itn the ntun- climged hceaus? tile pormilnS wnntmil-. shot lx of. the hurfionuistprs. li"Bnn i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 September 1914

9 Jjjl aVENlNfl 'LEDGEB-PHILAPELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBEB 10,Jj14: CHILD'S CRIES SAYE FATHER FROM GRASP OF STREET THUGS Runs for Help When Five Men wSpring From Shadow of Building and Fell Policeman. Tirrlfld erlea from Thomas Dooner, t r aid, of 2514 aarmt ntrpt, when flvo klihwaymcn Jumped from tho shadow rt building at Mrt street and LhlBh nue and attacked his father. Patro) Ln John Dooner, of the 28th and Oxford " u police station, brought aBUlstanoo !m prevented the thuja from Inflicting rnrthtr Injuries to hla parent. The elder Dooner Is In the Woman's Homeopathic Hospital. The father, who Is on his vacation, was Miking with hli son to their home when ,, was attached. The men leaped on lha patrolman without warning. He tried to rrappl with them, but was unable to pop with the five adversaries. Dooner Was atniolc from behind with a blackjack tad knocked to hla kneea. While In this poaltlon he continued to Bght, twt another blow atretcnea mm on the ground. The five men Jumped o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 September 1914

Bttagyftl Esl h - t -V t ? - (J ! EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMB 3 MB BR 16, 1914 THREE WHIPPED-BY NIGHT RIDERS FOR TALKING TOO MUCH Farmer, Preacher and Labor er Beaten With Straps. Proposal to Hang One Lost by Single Vote. HOPKIN8VtIjLE, Ky.. Sept. 18 -V B Hamby, Henry Jordan and Hnrrlson Jer dan, of Dawson Springs, were whipped by night riders, charged by their captors -with having talked too mu"h their rmlv tnlklng, however, bring against night? riders. Hnmby Is a retired former nnd peer since the tobacco troubles four or Ave years ago he has been outspoken aealrot night riding The elder Jordon, a street preacher Is said to have criticised night riding, though he fays he didn't Harrison .Tortlon, twenty vear of ac Is a farm laborer. Rocenltv his emplnwr claimed tint $300 he had hidden In the smoke-house had been etnleri ' A few nights afterward, Jqrdon says, three men took him out, forcing his emplover and son to accompany them, strung lilm up by the neck and pav...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 September 1914

X"W IWENltfG LBDaBE-PHILADELPHlA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1914. IAYOR RETURNS . TO FIGHT BATTLE ; FOR GREATER CITY Meets His Advisers and Ex presses Pleasure at Virtual Assurance of Early Start On Subway Work. jSyor niankenburg actively resumed laday his campaign for ft great construc tive program for Philadelphia. jir. Blankenburs made his first ap ecarsneo at City Mall since the begin ning of the summer recess of the court tilmanlc bodies. Hla first official action -.., to summ6n the director Of his blnet to his office, nurlng the conference with his direc tors the Mayor expressed gratification that the 11.700.000 loan, Including the iwowo Item for preliminary work In sub- I Tay construction, IS virtually assured. X reluctant councils maae preparation to pass the loan only nfter Mayor Blank- enburg vigorously urgea mn u do Hosted. In addition to loan matters, the cabinet eiitussed the departmental budgets for 1915, which are now being prepared for Introduction to councils. CITY B...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 September 1914

55JiKvfiyt -wTfips; 8 EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 191U. 1 i" " J' " ft 8 EVENING && LEDGER PUBLIC LEM.E t COMPANY CTI108 K ri KTIS t'nrtr.NT. , John OrlM.I VlrrrcH(nt ''" W Och.Beertry: jhn C. Martin. Treai-tirer marlo It l.udlngton. Philip 3 Collins. John ti Williams tiliectnrs . nunoiiiAt, uovno: Ctiii s It. K 'ui:1i '-'hilrmnn ?. if tv,t.t:r.. i nwutiv Editor JOHN' P M,yU rlS...... ,. Upturn 1 llti'ln'f starmRfjr 1'ubimhM ilaurMTvnt"- t.ftHini ItiilMIn. InclenemlMire f?iuin. PhlliuWpnln ..,. Irwntn Centum tlroad an.l chestnut f Mine ClilcAoo '. . 117 Home In;r1?n.c,',!IUsw Lo.VDO.v s Waterloo l'lnre. rail Ma"- s- " NKWSTIfnKU'P: .... JMiiRifiKt-im ntnrAi- Th rnJrtflf "' ' " JYVncton fti uti JJKF"ll n !,' Nrw Yonrc ni nrit? Thri' ?.",; Uswiv nnsic ....2 rill Mull W" .?.. X'abu Dlkeau 82 Hue touU le urand i MUM IIIPTIO rtHMS 'i ti I i virtprAtMt. TMHV ristv, Klifftit. uymAil pnr' Butdhlf of Phlln,llihln. erepi where foreign pntas:e la. required Dti...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 September 1914

EYESTING LEPGER PHILADELPHIA, waDKESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 19141 i D - SOCIAL LIFE IN CITY AND NEARBY TOWNS A WEDDING of Interest to persons In this city Tvllt bo that of Miss Carrlo Bruce Morton, of OrntiRO. Vo., and William Sawtoll Mulr, of tho Blenheim, Mlsa Morton Is tho sister of Judson Morton, cf Orange. Mr. Mulr Is a widower, his first wife was JIIss Chichester, a sister of Mrs. Felix du Pont, of Wilmington, Del. Ills brother, John Walling ford Mulr, married Miss Mary F. Brlnley, of this city, several years ago. Tho wedding will take placo In St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Orange, October 7, at 6 o'clock, and will bo followed by a reception and supper at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. William Walton Harper, at Pellso, Orango, Va. Miss Charlotto H, Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Houston, will be amons the debutantes of the season and will bo In troduced at a large tea and garden party, which will be given eomo tlmo In October by her parents at their beautiful place, Drulm Mlor,...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 September 1914

Tfpmi, -n -- -r 5n-P?3 10 EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA', WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1C, 1914. WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON TEMININE FLIRT OFTEN PROVES TO BE BEST OF WIVES Ancient Adage That "Flirts Never Marry" Isn't True in Most Cases Her Experi ence Valuable. From time Immemorial much conjure and criticism have ever bejel the path Wn' of th.lt not-altogethor-to-he noiplel young woman, the Kllrt Witihmg her somewhat lively deportment .uM un Inn Hon to dnllj with her vnilou ndmners, matrons shake their hraili. .igel.v nun muring the ancient ml.igp tint Flirts never marr,' while splm-lns of uiuei taln year, but quite certain opinions, hold up their h.mds in condemnation Tet, In the fact of fill thu. It l a cu rious hut true fact trnt the Fllit m must cose not onh dos tn.tm. but m.irrles quite happllv mid sntufact. rib . and really retains her hustnnd' affection In a fashion quite unfathomable to her former censors For. after all. the solution of the pr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 September 1914

JBVENIN& IiEDGEB-PHlLAPKIiPHlA, WEDNESDAY, SEfrTEfllBER 16, 1914. 11 Viam. STAR MATCHES ARE PLAYED Ut WOMAN'S , GOLF TOURNAMENT Contests at Glen Cove To day, However, Suffered by Comparison With Yester day's Brilliant Work. GDEtt COVE, li. I., N. Y Sept. 16. (Xassau Country Club.) Sixteen women golfers representing four sections ot tho country turned their attention today to the second round of match play In the tournament for the championship of the United States on the links of the Nassau Country Club. Although there were many star matches and ft few surprises In the first round yes terday which made today's matches eeem lather tamo by comparison, thcro was a big gallery out to sec tho rounds. Miss Cleorglanna M. Bishop, of Brooklawn, ho medal Inner, was pitted against Miss Elaine V. Rosenthal, of Ravlstoo, and at Aractcd considerable attention, while Miss 'Lillian D. Hyde, the Metropolitan cham pion, had a lot of followers In her match with Mrs. J. E. Davis, of Nassau. Mrs. I...

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. — 16 September 1914

S?rwMM&&!1&JE& 2 ' EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER tO tOl'l. M SECRETARY JAMES E. SULLIVAN OF A. A. U. DEAD-WAS AMERICA'S AtHLETIC EXPERT j JAMES E. SULLIVAN, SECRETARY A. A. U, DIES IN NEW YORK Was America's Best Posted Athletic Authority Died Just Before Noon of Com plication of Diseases. NEW YORK. Sept. Itl.-Jnmes 12. Sul livan, secretaiy-tteasurer of the Amateur Athletic Union, and one of the mo?t nldely Itnotvn spotting authorities In America, died liero shortly before noon today. Sullivan was operated on Monday eve ning for a complication of intestlnnt nnd tomaeh tiouble, and never rallied. Sullivan attended the national outdoor field and track championships nt Balti more last Friday and Satutday. Upon his return to JCprv TorU Sunday he 'was stricken. Ph.vslclnna decided upon an Immediate operation to s-tve his life. He was lushed to the hospital Monda mottl ing. The operation wae performed Mon day evening and rver.v thing possible done to ive...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 September 1914

tmVl-v-i JSVEIG fttoaEB-PHIJAPESlPHIA, WBPJEgPAY, SiapTBMBER 16, lOU 18 Iial an5o)mmercial situation at homeand R?!g MtYPERMIT BOND HOUSES TO SULiin LARGER BUSINESS Financial Situation So Much Improved lhat nxcnange ill Be Asked to Allow Salesmen to Go On Street. .. .oeh Improvement Ha been nolod "" .... r.w dalfl In tins i'linnueip.i.a "..I. markota that the special lav"- " iinr bond houses dealing I"1". r. . m 1ms nrranncd for a L"e "marrow .th the special com " .. 7 . .ho Stock Exchange, dealing In ;S hut only shall they put SfwX ISlM of securities In which their "ffilSuL 01 e directly Interested, affile not to permit mo, e trading E rr. :' . nd bdnd. t hicn win i.c i ...d the matter of eendlnfr out sales t ViollClt business under ccitaln ic- "ilhis been such an active demand '"".Vim. , especially fiom Individual "f 'Vhl't the committee on unlisted w .r.r. feels the tlmo Is now opportune Hta more Beneral trading market. i , ,. -ninion that, tne situation 11 .L materially sticngth...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 September 1914

SPORTS 1 17171? EXTRA j V 111 t NING t FDffFR JL.J JLJi JLjF k-! Jfc..J JL w- SPORTS EXTRA vol. i no. a rilLLADKLPJEIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1G4 1014. PRICE ONE GENT DEMOCRATS PLAN WAR TAX ON NEW LINES Underwood Drafting Bill Which Will Require ' Stamps' On Gommcrcial In-, vfctrumcnts. Proposed Levy on Freight Aban doned Republicans to Antag onize. Measure and Make it an Issue. ". WASHINGTON. Sept. J6. Chairman Underwood, of- the .Itou&o Wns and Means Commute?, today began drafting the Internal revenue "war tax" bill authorized by the Democratic caucus to i.'ornprlse a stamp tax similar to that of I BpanUK-AnierL'Sti war times and Imposts I mi beer. wines and tobacco to raise ?l(6, Ct.OM annual tevenue. needed. ltilrfjdtiction of the bill Saturday "as j Planned by lit-.. Underwood. It probably , 5 111 be. favorably, leportcd Monday and passed, under a special rule severely lim it Ins' debate and offering amendments, by ! the end of the week. Bitter and prolonged republican oppo ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 September 1914

iRWWpWf'lj POSTSGRIPT EDITION EVENING LEDGER POSTSCRIPT EDITION VOL. I-NO. 3 ' L'lUIiA.BEIiPinA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1914. PRICE ONE CENT jBJGRATS PUN WAR TAX ONM LINES Underwood Drafting Bill Which Will Require Stamps On Commercial Instruments. Republicans in House ana sen ate to Oppose measure ana Make it Issue in Congressional Elections. WASHINGTON, Sept. lO.-Chaliman Underoood. of tho House AVays am. Means Commuter, .uu.., .-- "-"--Z Internal revenue "vvn, lnx Mil euthor.a by the Dcnioca to cave 10 comprlsB a .tamp tax ""-;- BpinUh-Amerlcannru---.... .- tn le". wines ana iodimjcu (00009 annual revenue needed. ,...r.lon of the bill Satuulay was tonnca by Mr. Underwood. It probably ,m bo favorably reported Monday and uued, under a special rule severely llm- ... i n--rlni- nmoiulmcnts. by (Unj ocoaie mi" "-" - the end of tho week. Bitter and prolonged Republican oppo Itlon In both the Houao and Senate, was certain today. Tho "war tax," nopubll- ttn leaders declined, is to be m...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 September 1914

rWV4tfrrV ' --" WwIuKtey- - W'niifHf Mtfji(tfSFrt. " i "SiWnp-titipft-i:(.W '-1 tr 2 EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 191$. -r; MtT ft FRESH TROOPS RUSHED TO LINE OF THE IMPENDING BATTLE NORTH OF RIVER AISNE f"" WHiWMWJWimilWiliilimiJiwiUWwmii liuLimiM n n 11 i phwiii ' himihh i imJu."! wwiwwiwwwwwMi Swwwwwsli toiwwpwb)" iiiuuirowii m MBI IM .. . . -.--.-. . . .. d f 1 -T "I - I 1IMMM IM M MM IMMI M fc 1 M Mtfljli ft IJT lia I i M tl H I f . fc . A ... . . 7 - I -j------,,------!!!!-----.--------..!!!!-.- V rt rS R4 t A 4 KJErf tyj w mcwwfc--wWMjw' iMaiawwMunwJiU'iiMrtWptlajviwiiwiiaMrffwMi(ilPii nnwwmiii m mwM um mn WOst u, straight line to ,i .imt u-r of the Meusc and nrar Ilfnln Bclfort, France, is in a state of siege. ENGLAND'S FAMOUS SCOT'S GREYS ARE COVERING THEMSELVES WITH NEW GLORY IN THEIR HEROIC CHARGES AGAINST THE GERMAN TROOPS ON This famous British regiment, the talcs of whose glorious deeds of valor are spread thick on the pages of England's histor...

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