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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 October 1914

if jfrkjn i&atffrpafc-y SUFFRAGISTS HEAR iIENOFDELAWARE FAVOR CAMPAIGN Democratic County Chair man Tells Women Condi tions in State Would Im prove if They Are Given Ballot. nnvr.it. Del.. Oct. 30.-TI10 first ray nf hope for count suffrage In this Htate Ay when James II. Hughes, cnalrmati of the Kent County Domocratle Commit tee declared men would auslst the women (0 'obtain ciilranchlsement. His dectnra JiA nf th willingness of men to co- ...rain with the women wan applauded hy the delegates who nro attending the llith annual session of the Ktato asso- t hnro with ninny men tho opinion Ihst we need the co-opcratlon of women Ih State affairs In Delaware," Mr. Hushes' dCCiarciI. c iuui umi iiuiiui-ui v;uu- Hltlona can he Improved with women lotlnff. Wc licllevo also the womanhood In tho State Is better than the man. hood, and .for this reason ve want nomtn to he enfranchised. If the suf frage movement has been slow In Dela ware, you must remember that this Is n conservative Stnto ...

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. — 30 October 1914

') .'.:i "U'UgiwwiiimjuiiiiwwuiiMiiiw.JinwiiiMwiiwii' -SWSP !W nnsnimin i, i t .mn.pniii wwtmiiinniiippinim i"wMW'winm mmpjUWWWIWI 8 CI EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA", FRIDAY, OCTOBER, 30, 1914, -1 m ,. '.'I' II mil : f .?!' i!: s !il .4, 111'" i hi Jii, 112,9 H' lH f t pi f V, i "V - ? ' S i r l tlt'i ttj !!' 1 ?trcttf tig jjjj& Sanger PUBLIC LEDGER. COMPANY CYUUS H K. CUP.TIS, Piimibint. 08. TV. Ochs, Secretary; John C Martin, Treasurer: Chirles lr. I.udtnKton, rhlllp ,5 rolllns, John rt Wil liams. Directors. EDITORIAL BOARD? Gratis II. K. CoaTia, Chairman. $?. H. TYHALKY t:wutlio Editor JOHN C. MARTIN General Business Manager - Published dally at Pcbiio LtnoEn IlulIJInK, Independence Square. Philadelphia. X.EDOM CgNTSAt tlroad and Chestnut Streets Atlantic Cut firM.l nion Building Niw Toaic 170-A, Metropolitan Toner CBICASO 817 Ilmne 1nuranee RulMIng London 8 Waterloo Plate, Pall Mall, S. W. NETVSBUREAfS: nRico BrnrAC Th PnfrMI RulMIng Wasiiinoton Rtnro The To llulldltiR New To...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 October 1914

.a.wijijiimi.iiwiiinpi WW!' I I "" """C W'IPP l 9 EVENING LBDUEK PmT.ADELPHIA, FRIDAY- Of!TOBEB 30, 1914, mi iwwwmmmr SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT , PHILADELPHIA i .or liinrhron wnicn M. w. -. wan A will Bv on Wednesday, November , tit Jh Acorn Club, to Introduce her daughter, Mis Eleanor Dournonvllle Walt, a large num h r of debutantes wlll'be present. Amonsr them Ml be Miss Mariraref E. Atlee, Miss Caroline T ' rjrinton, Miss Anna nlnney Drlnton, Miss Jirlitlne nehn, Miss Dorothea Oberteufter, mim Elinor J. Hca. MM Marjorlo Taylor, V ., nebecca A. Lycett. Miss Anna Mary Walthour, MIbs Helena Hoblnson. Miss Bleu Ir Dlspham. Miss Trances Stoughton, Miss ?",. a Warden and Miss Elizabeth Wlster. ", Austin S. Heckscher, of 4213 Walnut .Ltl enteitalned at the performance of "Car men"' by the Philadelphia Operatic Society on Wtdnesdny evening Hor guests filled a pro .cenlum box and one of the parquet boxes. In the prosconlum box were Mr. and Mrs. Chsrles P. Fox, Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Hart, Mr. ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 October 1914

,rjiT - 'ru.'.'.vnjm.wi.riiun . .j..nisiw1ii w:guuupwwwiHp)p'iwpgjwwwW '" i",,iii,!wM4Miiianpi 10 EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA', EEIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1914. I WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON K. -.-,,,- . . . , r i - - i i i. i - i i - i " 1 THE WORLD AND DELIA How the Country Mouse Came to Town MODES OF IN TIMES OF ILLNESS PU1 I 1 1 i Jitf fl lit i IN 1H I iU i . 1;: J rm ..!.i . ill 'I 5 B il ',, I 1. I' ' I, J '1 e t ! J if! 4 r r - mi -fl With wistful ees, she gazed down the Jong dusty toad, a smalt and slender fig tire, clad In a shabby gown of blue. At the first glance ono could not think that he tnlglit bo the heroine of a talc for to her belonged none of the character istics of the modern heroine! She had a faded, rather dmb nppearnnce, and sho was not young. Added to that, she never had been beautiful, nor even pretty and she was Si jc.us of age, without the shadow of a lover ever having appeared Upon the horironl Upon thli sunny autumn morni...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 October 1914

i.ipmapi)iitn.-.iViii iuiwui'iijmpi r mm " wiwuwrm w wmj C EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA", FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1914, 11' MICHIGAN ELEVEN GETS LOSING HABIT IN ITS WORST FORM. WRITES RING W. LARDNER LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN, MICHIGAN'S FOOTBALL SUITS Ring Lardncr Says Yost's Team Is Now Minus the Only Things That There Was Nothing the Matter With. ONE OF NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL'S FOOTBALL STARS WEST MERION GOLF COURSE MORE DIFFICULT THAN EAST New Links Arc Shorter By a Few Yards Than Old, But Require More Skill in Estimating Shots and Placing Them. - - " ' w By BIND. W. LARDNER AUBURNDAM3, Mass., Oct. 30. Tho tyotvcrlncH, no-called bocnUse they rep resent the State of Michigan, where nn Imals or that name- nro snkl to nhound anil run nmucl:, though I live din Mfeii pan for 22 years ami never snw n wolverine nor a pic ture of ono nor any human uoIiir who ever had accii ono or expected to see one, will prohalily lose to Harvard on Saturday, hccauio they hnvo contract ed the losing habit In I...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 October 1914

m winnimnmiiwnn nmmuM NIGHT EXTRA Cttenmg NIGHT EXTRA Uefrrjer VOI. I NO. 41 rnniADELPniA, fkibay, octoubr ao, ioijl PRICE ONE CENT Cortnraitr, 1814, nt tnu Pdbmo Lroont Cohmht. MANY SALOON MEN ASK FOR TRANSFER OF THEIR LICENSES FAMILY REUNITED BY CHILD , ,"mmwv Wf TiTFftHr '"'j MTf vt V 1 TW JOHN DOBSON'S PERSONAL ESTATE WAS $14,164,373 Appraisement Filed With Register of Wills Be quests to Several Charitable Institutions. MOVIE-PRINCESS GIVEN ROYAL WELCOME ON VISIT SPOOKS INVOKED gYV 'W i 1 M Hi! ?' li ''M'U m m. si, If I !' 'J C twi! fc v. 111 v ; f v lPi 11$ I ' I Km I IBs ?-7K i : First Session of Court Since I Summer Marked by Activ ' , ity in Seeking Changed Lo- cation or Ownership. The first session of the Llconc Court Ince the early iart of last summer to day brought out a long list of applica tions for the transfer of liquor lleensci from person to person or from place to place. The list called by Judges Carr mid Davis included 133 retail license pe titions and IS wholesal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 31 October 1914

f j. -v-fntmpvmfnmwP', NIGHT EXTRA NIGHT EXTRA mmn ii..i ..pmpngw ii." '' "mrvSm rr feiyia Mthatt PBICE OKU CENT VOL. I-NO, 42 PHILADELPHIA, SATUBDAY, OCTOBER 81, 1914. Cottwimit. 1814. m in rrw.to laroon Cowmh. Kaiser Begins Drive to Coast-Train Plunges Over High Bank Jersey Leaders Condemn Penrose -Standard Oil Co. Indicted ILLUSTRATED REPORT OF CURRENT EVENTS IN TWO HEMISPHERES MkmmmmmmmmMmmmmm. :im&?nrraaEF ?-! f P '''! r r " -a..-. .: . , 1 .. . . .. . . .-..,..re'ifrw'i'rii"'l' "'"'"'"J ;.1i''.51 8 g? -. sasfssmirsiiiiai-'Stiffl i ww '?iaaHair2. ii & " . v rTmr-TrT , - hum-two 'mm 3w'.fC'raw.'SPs -. ; ;vws,' gt . -'iAfiJiERffiMdita,, tss2asas- 1 E-rWH i K3FSSREaSSB :x . : . . :;, -; w. . .: g I liPffiP I ThC MCdJIdieh' ''nif toS the33BlacTknSS;aWhiCh X" a War Scene From Far Ea9t. First Picture of Japanese Troops Landing at Tsing-Tao to Attack Sl I'SIBbbB' SSiPCT' 'JbSs&'i I German Possession In Chiria. -Ph.ta.br Paul Thomr.on. 3 1 HHh $$i 1 s t i 1 rnw ill firnr IT...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 31 October 1914

r't.,.nMn'iiii .jiiinniniiMii'iipmj-'U. AjiMim?mmmmmwi'm1 EVENING LEDGEB-PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1914. FIVE-CENT FARES AND FREE TRANSFERS NOW DEMAND OF ALL SOUTH PHILADELPHIA VAST PROFIT TO DOWNTOWN SURE WITH SUBWAY Transit Program In Brief The transit program provides forth operation of all high-speed lines in conjunction with the surface system which will serve oa tho agent for th gathering and, distributing of passen. gcre using tho high-speed lines with, out oxtra charge. Thus the advantages of raptd tran sit will be extended aa equally j practicable to every front door in Philadelphia. In Passengers will be enabled to travi In a forward direction between ever Important section of the city and every other Important section of th. city quickly, conveniently and com! fortobly by way of the combined aur. face and high-speed lines, regardless of the number of transfers require In bo doing, for one 6-oent faro Eight-cent exchange tickets are t bo abolished. WHY RAPID TRAN...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 31 October 1914

fv,4Mji iiiRffr MAAinw i' ' 'n-iaw'V w 5PTWaBW,Ww " , i '1a4WWWW'"1PPT-r-- 'Wr,fW NIGHT EXTRA NIGHT EXTRA HiHt -3rWi-r & ff 'wfff.'VSm vol. i-no. 42 TEUTONS CUT FRENCH LIE I ADVANCE NEMTOUL 'Berlin Announces Ad vance on Line of Forts on Enemy's Right Wing From St Mihiel to Verdun as Foe's Attack Fairs. Germans Start General Of fensive Move in Western Theatre All the Way From , Nieuport to Arras, Paris Asserts. Cains and Losses Described in French Official Report, Which Admits Loss of Ground South of Ypres in Belgium. German forces have made a new advance in the Toul region, the Ber lin War Office announcing capture of the main French positions operating from Toul and the repulse of attacks from Pont-a-Mousson. This seems to indicate a set-back to the French advance toward Metz i few days' ago and to their attempts to recapture the German intrench ments north and south of St. Mihiel, which is on the line between Toul and Verdun. That the Germans have begun an attack in force on t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 31 October 1914

WWP' b EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3T, 1912, WPJW c ik i ' I I -1:1, u V ft a I Si 1 16, 'i '. it: lr?i : m ;'! i I J - ih I!' r 1 1 1. Ir :-; lty ." : thy- .,f ft- I! ' J if '":I (Willi fiflif i tfwtlll ;i i if III fcU f ;LBI movement to force an Investigation ot ths rnttta "slush fund" before th Senate Committee on Privileges and Klectlons, wero prepnrcd to place on the stand more than a doxen of the largest manufac turers 'of rittsburRh, who promised to testify regarding the assessments made by Hancock as chairman of the "Finance Committee," Tho, "Finance Committee," atl of whom wero scheduled to appear In th cna torlal Investlsatlon, aro as follows: H. V. fiabcock, chairman, lumber kins tot 1'lttsburgh. Senator George T. Oliver. George E. Tener, brother of Governor Tener, banker. David I Gillespie, banker and capi talist. Bamuet A. Flokering, proprietor of JPHtsburgh department store. Wallace H. Hone, president Pittsburgh Bteel Company. John A. Dell, president...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 31 October 1914

."Jw-il4"!l)i"!lUH i..wijjiWi if .1 p.jotb" "i ii $p jwi n JEff v " t- -t -v f"r EVENING T.inftTnw.-T.TrTT,ATnaTiPHIA'. SATTJBDAY, OOTOBEB 1, 101. tIw KAMfe OF PENROSE IS NOT MENTIONED AT BIG VARE RALLY Brumbaugh Gets One of Greatest Ovations of Cam paign in South Philadel phia Invitation to Senator Was Withdrawn. South Philadelphia, the stronghold of Ihe Vares, Inst night showed the knife that It Is holding for Senator Penrose. That stronRest of Republican sections of j'hlladelphlo turned out In force, and cordially welcomed Dr, Martin O. Brum fcaugh and tho other Republican candl dates minus the senior Senator. Penrose, who two weeks ngo had been idrertleed as the principal speaker, was conspicuously absent. The Invitation had been withdrawn, and Ms name itm never mentioned by any of the speakers. The Tally was one of, the greatest ora tions Doator Brumbaugh lias received during the campaign, hut wan a, plain re buff to Penrose. It showed the solid backing that South Philadelphia ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 31 October 1914

ft EVENING LEDGEE-PniLABELlHIA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1914, m WI . N1 Lit! HI !.' Is I ; I. in V i , I V' i j ; f ci I ' I , I .' :'f L a , a JIT. II ?! tift 1 ? T" t f GERMANS REPULSE FRENCH ADVANCES TOWARD METZ Continued from re Ontt n grand assault on Tsing-Tao. The German leasehold city is under heavy bombardment from the waterside and ALLIES LOSE TO SOUTH OF YPRES; GAIN ON EAST PAnis, Oct. 3i. Despite the heavy losses they have suf fered, the Germans are taking a sharp offensive nlons the battle front from the coast to Arras, according to an official statement Issued hero thli afternoon. The Allies have lost some ground south of Ypres, but have advanced to the enst of there. The official communique follows: Yesterday was marked by n general offensive on the part of German along the entire front from N'leuport to Arras and bj lolent attacks at other points on the line of battlo from Nleuport to the Canal of t.a Bassee. There were alternative ad vances and retreats South of Nleup...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 31 October 1914

wmjMiiBPPi.inmiimjijH ww SATURDAY EVENING REVIEW OF THE SewSeic in washington Political Talk iri the National Capital Domestic Problems and . Foreign Affairs ! ta.IK and the Southern cotton sit- tlon wer forced Into the background . Via nfllMaln In Wnftlilnirtnn I hi) weK, a"" " " v wore consideration to politics. Un WMed forecasts give the control or tho rf use ot Representatives In tho next Congress to the Democrats by a majority ( from 3 t0 60 membrs. Republican Lder appeared conndent of victory, however, and offered figures to show that ,!, Democratic majority In the House ulli be overthrown on next Tuesday. mlonel George Harvey, after conferring J 1 1th President Wilson on Wednesday, tredlcted that the Domocrats will win if next House by a majority of from a in 100 members. Republican Bona fr h9 eald, will bo rcpViccd by Demo rrkU In Kansas, Ohio, Illinois and New York President Wilson continued his "letter writing campaign" until Thuilsdny. tSiiie he Indorsed Senatorial, Gubcr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 31 October 1914

m m m y t. ;! EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 31,J91f1 AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL REVELATIONS AND ENGROSSING ROMANCE IN THE NEW BOOKl MILITANTS READY TO RENEW FIGHT AFTER THE WAR Mrs. Pankhurst, in Autobiog raphy, Just Published, Tells History of Militancy and Writes of Future. "When tho clash of arms ceases, when normal, peaceful, rational society resumes Its functions tho demand for tho vote will again be made. If It Is not nutokly granted, then ones nioro tha women 1111 take up the arms they today generously lay down. There can be no peace In tho world until woman, the mother half of the human family, Is given liberty In the councils of the 'world." "With this startling announcement Mrs Emmellne Pankhurst closes tho Intro duction to her book, "Mrs. I'ankhurst's Own 8tor" (Hearst's International Li brary Co., New York), a book that Is not, as Its title might Indicate, merely an autobiography, but Is rather a his tory of that phase of tho woman suftrago agitation In Great Brit...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 31 October 1914

Tm-m IJiwCwyK CHILDREN'S CORNER BEFORE THE SANDMAN COMES -KTENI It nearly tlmcl" ex-l "Time for hA lint. r(U t T claimed a soft little voice. i-J "Time?" said another, "time J for lat?" "Time for the moon to rise," re- k' piled the first a star in the heavens. 'Oh. I'm not afraid of the moon," . replied the other star. "I mean to thine juat the same after he comes up a) before' The first little star laughed softly. "You just say that," he said. "You ' know very well you can't shine k brightly after the moon comes up. 'Better shine your brightest while you .-, ,,. i ...-. -j w. ... r an." Down on the earth the tree mur mured. "Nearly time for the moon to fjel Soon the darkness will vanish, lilver light will come and our leaves will glisten like gold." And every tree and every leaf and every flower listen ed and watched for the moon. Out In the dark waters, the waves (ossed and tumbled and broke Into crests of foam that looked gray In the darkness. "Not much more of the d-rk," they (o...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 31 October 1914

8 EVE.NIKG LEMi Tim-PHILADELPHIA, SAtTUBPAY, OCTOBER 81, 1014. it f I 9- mu SMI Is i HffiHI PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY crnus u. k. ctjrtis, Pbcsioiskt. Ota. Vf. Och. Secretary; John C. Martin, Trtastirtrt Charles tl. Ludlnfton, rhlllp 8. Collin, John B. Wil liams. Director EDITORIAL BOARD. '' Ctbu If. K. Ccnns, Chairman. P. It. WKAtKY.........,.,.,,.t.,necutlv Editor JOllN'C. MARTIN general Business Manager , Published dally at PcuLto Lsdoib BuIUInr, Independence Square. Philadelphia. I.ront Ckstbal .Broad nnd Chestnut Street ATtASric Cut rres.rwlon Dulldlnr New Yobs: 170-A. Metropolitan Tower CmcAOo 817 Home lnurance Building; I.oxdo.h. . . 8 Waterloo Plate, Pall Mall, S. TV. news bureaus t Hariiubcik! Brnur The ratriet RutMlne; W.slll.vrtON IJdrcaD The roat ItulMlng Nrw TonK Ugkad ...The Time) Hullillne Uf.ri In nmcAO no Frledrlchetrasne London HrRFu 2 Pnll Mall East. S. W. Piaia lltiEAU 38 Hue Louis Is Grand stmscmrTio.N terms By carrier. DitLT Onli, sbt cents. By mall, postpaid mitsl...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 31 October 1914

SOCIAL LIFE PHILADELPHIA MISS iiuaii.ui-y uuumi iiofl lonuuu invi tations for a theatre party, to be fol . MMNlt Tti f1 IM t.-.. I...... I...t lowed oy a supper aim uuiiuuik, i iiikiiw ui December 6, In honor of Mies Iluth Coxe, debutante daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brlnton Coxe. Jlr. and Mrs. J. R. Evans Roberts have also lent out Invitations for a theatre party, to be followed by suppor and dancing at the nlts-Carlton the night of December 16, In honor of Miss Inez Drayton. Dr. and Mrs. Wilbur Paddock. Klapp, of 1718 Bpruce street, have sent out Invitations for a theatre party, to bo followed by supper at the Hitz-Carlton on Tuesday evonlng, December 15, In honor of Miss Mary 8. Wurts, daughter ef Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stewart Wurts. Dr. and MrB. Benjamin C. Clio will give a bal mosque nt their residence In Bryn Mawr this evening. There will bo about GO guests, Including Mr. and Mrs. John W. Powers, Mr. nd Mrs. Philip Fenn-Gaskcll Hall, Mr. and Mrs. John Tenbrook Nichols, Mr. an...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 31 October 1914

II ' ' IHIJHIIlBPIWWIPWWiBBgiPPWfW" pl 10 EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA-, SATURDAY, OCTOBER SI. 10X3 FRIVOLOUS FOLLIES AND FANCIES FANTASTIC THAT FASCINATE HALLOWEEN'S MAID SUGGESTIONS FOR HALLOWEEN COSTUMES FAIRIES' HALLOWEEN PARTY HALLOWEEN ENTERTAINMENT ww Cm I ill r !' .H . . ; U i 'SL 41 !' ,r r i 'i lib lii The Halloween fairies were giving a part jr. Tliero was the pumpkin fairy, In shimmering shining yellow; tho apple fairy In russet nnd green, tho nut fairies In golden browns, and many others Into the bargain. They wer giving their party In ,the hollow of a great big oak tree. The friendly fireflies had offered to furnish the Illumination, and so many of thorn came that there wasn't the least bit of danger that their lights would all go out at the same time, and If they had there were several stow-worms that were more than willing to shine steadily right through the evening Outside, on a low branch of the tree, a Undly old owl mounted guard. If any of the mischievous goblins ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 31 October 1914

v r ! CHURCHES DEMAND FOR LOCAL OPTION SPREADING IN SUNDAY SCHOOLS Petitions Signed by Thou sands, of Pupils Through out State Urging That Leg islature Adopt Law at Next Session. Tho appeal of tho Pennsylvania Btato Bnbbath School Association for support of the young pooplo to obtain a locnl option law from tho noxt Legislature has mot with hearty response. Although petitions woro not to liavo been returned until tomorrow, tho last few days have brought hundreds of them to tho headquarter. of tho associa tion, bearing tho signatures of thousands of children. Odlelals of tho organization are con fident they will havo close to Dpo.OOO names back of tho appeal to bo mndo to tho lawmakers, asking that laws bo passed to protect tho homes nnd tho future UveB of tho youth of the Common wealth from tho detrimental Influenced of liquor. The association Is following up the ap peal with thousands of posters bearing tho message of tho temporanco advocates In striking language. Orders for theso ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 31 October 1914

, m wwumymW' i 'i I mwwgjppg npwip'i",i'iimnpnjapjf v ' vgwmPy EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA; SATURDAY, OCTOBER 81 !-QIg 13 D'he Stage JLdf&rmr of the Mge I f0 7 I rflPftt-CjBr w ' imji II fi h M i ' Vi 'I 11m n .B'l, J 4 II ! 'u(' fi' . ? ? Hi I IK 'hi I 1 ; H fc Vlr - li r M. , -ist W t' JFCL'-J yfi ' Ml J. -a i - THEATRICAL BAEDEKER OPENING MONDAT. BnOAD "The Sons of Songs," now play by Edward Sheldon, based on Herman Sudcrmann's novel. FORREST "Sari," charming operetta, with Mlxtl Hajos and Ireno Powlowska. GARiIUCK "The Debutante," new musi cal comedy, with book by H. B. and R. B. Smith and music by Victor Herbert Starring Hael Dawn. KEITH'S-Blanche Ring In a musical sketch, "Oh, Papa," arranged for vaudeville from Leo Dletrlchsteln's "Vivian's Papa" by Channlng Polloclt and Rennold Wolf. LITTLE THEATRE Revival of Sheri dan's "The Rivals." WALNUT-Keturn of "Within the Law." CONTINTJINO. aVYTUC "The Whirl of the World," tho New Tork Winter Garden spectacle. Willis Howard tickl...

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