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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 31 October 1914

IHWWtDwi!pspwwS?5 'r-KiiiiniHi iDjtiyjiHf )'f I1 mi- vx.KMmMim . . ' i.u.muwm'OtlW''"'' w n, imnn. j(lli)iiil reagyp'yw.'wqpmyi m EVENING LErTCUPTrTT,A-mnT;p-FrTA SATURDAY, OOTOBBB 31, lOl 13 THE STAGE Classic Play in Old-time Style Tne production of "Tho ntvals," bjr jtlchsrd Brinstey Sheridan, at tho Mttls Theatre on Monday will bring; to mind the many famous casts that have ap peared In thla delightful comedy of man- Tho last and from the point of view of the modern theatregoer the most Im portant revival of the comedy was mads in 1M, when W. II. Crane played Sir Anthony Absolute; Robert Taber, Cap tain Jock Absolute! Joseph Holland, Faulktandt Joo Jefferson, Bob Acres; Nat Goodwin, Sir IUclus O'Triggsri E. f. Holland, Fag; Francis Wilson, David! Mrs. John Crow, Mrs. Malaprop; Julia Marlowe, Lydla Languish, and Fanny Wee, Lucy. The production given by this galaxy of stars was, however, "Tho Rivals" a many producers had finally evolvod It, ana naa mucn "Business" that Sheridan nev...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 31 October 1914

BJBjWIgMBpPRVBPPBjPfVWPPl r EVENING LEDGER PfiTLADEEPffTA", SATTXBDAY, OCTOBER 3T, I9T2. LARDNER SAYS LOTS ABOUT HARVARD-MICHIGAN GAME-PENN MEETS SWARTHMORE ,. II t K 8v i il '! ir ? M iv li: , i jFJ W fr.'ll AID OF HALLOWEEN SPOOKS ONLY HOPE OF MICHIGAN Yost's Team on Intimate Terms With Goblins and ! Ring Lardner Believes Harvard Eleven Will I' Be Treated to a Surprise by Wolverines. CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Oct 31. Harvard and Michigan await the whittle. That, I believe, Is the proper nay to stnrt a Saturday morning football story. Not only does It (five the heatl writers a val uable hint, but It also describes the situa tion so clearly that no reader can so wrong; that Is, no reader with an ounce of Intelligence. A boob might gather that a factory whistle was what they were awaiting, but your normal man with a normal brain knows at once that the one referred to was Mr. Lnngford's. Twenty-live thousand people will have paid admission Into the stadium before the whistle blows, If the Har...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 31 October 1914

h I ! At, v. U MORE INQUIRY FOR LESSER SECURITIES IN TODAY'S TRADING Iiivestment Demand Contin ues to Become Larger. 1 Money in Supply in New ( York at Six Per Cent. I Further Improvement was shown In tho perioral situation In the half-day's trad uiff iioti6y wag In free stpply In New Tjork on the basis of 6 per cent, for G AniX 6 months' loans, and the Investment demand for securities continued to ex pand so as to Include many of the lessor 'grades of'sccurltlcs. The' most Important feature was the diversion of. much of this demand from New York city Issues, which are now on A.Ml in 4 flrt r,et- nnnf. tannic, in nlfeti taaliea iv. a """: "!.: "''.. . " ... ns urooitiyn ttapiu Transit notes, wnicn ;,.n,l uu UUWIUBU Ml. IJUCCt ICtUIWg 4IUI lB?i to 6 per' cent. Brooklyn Itaptd Transit 'cotes, because of this diversion of In (vestment demand, advanced to 37, and l(Lake Shore notes, dated Juno 10, which , (were sold, yesterday on a 6 per cent, basis, were quoted today at hSb per cent. ,...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 31 October 1914

Kiuiiitaa WSfp'vmmwi NIGHT EXTRA NIGHT t. t f VOL. I NO. I 2 rnHjADELPIIIA, SATURDAY, OOTOJ3JSR 31, 1014. PRICE OHM CENT Constant, 1914, T TUB TOSUO LlDOnt COMrANT. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 3 n JM :rm 11, IJ'M C ' I! eh OLD TIME SPIRIT, ALSO OLD SPIRITS, RULE HALLOWEEN Revelers Will Revel and Goblins Gobble" While City Makes Merry in Va- l ried Celebrations. TONIGHT 13 HALLOWEEN Away with care find politics and win ter woes nml worrilng, Th tvclril. fantastic rovclcr Is now upon the sccno. Hobgoblin pramo and flutter round and here mitl there thev re si ur rvlng. Tonight the mystic iplrlts rule to night Is Halloween. Tho last touch necessary to put every thing In readiness for Halloween wn kiien totlnv I'V Director Porter In tho thtm-liniiorcd order to the pollco to pre mier order nt nil tims, not to lot the celebrations tonight continue Into Sun nav nnd collide with tlio hhio laws and to irrest persons cngagin? In pranks of n dohttu-tivo nature. Revcleis are now readv to go forth with ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 2 November 1914

wm fr NIGH NIGHT EXTRA 'i v vivos t v? r m wiMi U. KBTn! 1 AforrAH fn PRICE OKU a VOL. I-NO '13 tdnttfttLV. f jJ-J PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1014. CftTTfTaf!Tt1M4. M tn PMtw Ltwrn CoMriwr. H-i. wioutpjiiw? ur urorja '. Ofiontm 1 '! ! l I ffarniy, nt f l Brumbaugh and Palmer Make Last Appeals Indict N. H. Director Al Intttmtnt ntr. iSlt Will tV nnNiiifi .-.- Business Recovery Assured German Line in North Repulse .- a .. ii I f. tnj) H( JW e. ANinr . enc, 1B1B interment 1834 Sell. UEiffr PICTORIAL REPORT OF WORLD'S NEWS OF THE DAY mSfrw&P j& t-feti f iii T-.-l I H 1 B. ; i n ',fB8i 8 i 1I1W w. 7?TTArr;ir"'g-fffrr Mil. nmjf 4l "gmtr of til ii. . or rotn 1?rt Gsoli-nin lit- .low vjirch, ni jrt rmU.Hfj , - nicirryj' X1I4. tluW . . 1NI strvleo. on Tur tnn. hplw 'LI l.ttCnv n... ?J 1VUJ- " tt. 2431 i IIIam r).lt, rt. of I hi in ": of rOEOIlOB 1 UV n., from rvicet at t. nmt nt jront- ortnr ire i.w t : t.a .. ...... . -mm ,... ii nil imi- .... w fflf- -k atit'. L nv ; w&&...

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

I I n EVENING LEBGEE PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1914. Y. STATE AND NATION TOMORROW WILL DECIDE IMPORTANT ISSUES AT BALLOT BOX vi IDELPHIAIILL HOW TO MARK YOUR BALLOT FOR BRUMBAUGH AND AGAINST PENROSE VOTERS OF NATION TO RECORD VERDICT ON ADMINISTRATION I FEDERAL, STATE To vote a straight party ticket, marie a cross (X) in the square, in the first column, opposite the name of the party of your choice. A cross mark in the square opposite the name of any candidate indicates a vote for that candidate. If you desire to vole for a person whose name is not on the ballot, write or pasto his name in tho blank space provided for that purpose 0 CITY OFFICIALS 'V Mllftlfil rfl ns jtorrow's Election Will etermine Also the Ques- of $11,300,000 Loan. eral Spirited Contests. lejphtans will be called upon to- ""16 voto for ii. representatives to tilalurfe, four Statu Senators, six fitnen, to decide Iho question of lelpnl U,S0O,i Wn, and.ln acRI- iQlerrnlrie ho State and national Severn! wards...

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. — 2 November 1914

HHi SsS , jugpibj TWffflftiwrw v- i jfcw.'fr f r VJ r??r'" Tr". X . . ' . f 'v !f jb. ; . SLIGHT EXTRA ? NIGHT EXTRA JWS 0' rrr-r j Jf. & JHl'lt JV MUONf A jiicw oi in IUDr ; 4 -f i1rf f ft ft 7 i it VOL. I NO. 4 a ALLIES HURL BACK FIERCE Paris Reports Advances In Northern France, in Center, and On Right, Despite Violent As saults Night and Day. Germans Admitted to Have Gained Ground Around Messines in Belgium, But Their Attacks on Arras Are Thrown Back. In Vosges, the French Are De clared to Have Pushed Further Toward Frontier and Reoccu pied Positions Previously Lost. - Repulses for violent but generally unsuccessful German attacks on the Allies' lines all the way from Dix Tnude to the Vosges were told of in the French official report today. In the region of Messines, a few miles south of Yprcs, is the only point at which it iv-adtuittcd the Germans have gained ground. It is asserted the Kaiser's forces were thrown back at Arras and other points above the centre of the line. O...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 2 November 1914

STAVES KM PAY TRIBUTE T0 ORGANIZATION ployes of Prothonotary's )flice Combine Against Demand of $6000 for Campaign Fund of Pen- ose Machine. dpes of the organization In getting XX) from 130 city employes for election 08e8 completely diminished today. ft a open revolt occurred among tho ovec of this city ngalnst Rang tactics. the eve of election tho organization 'fronted with a situation tho kind Ich probably never occurred under administrations. JANITORS ANOrtY. TOO. o political lieutenants representing ipubllcan City Commltteo were try elr best to pacify angry tipstaves crks In the Frothonotnry'a office. -, ences were being held among the' jft janitors. The Janitors, who arc ap nted by the Judges ami whose salary Is Tionth. wore assessed $10.50. Evcrv JT tho janitors detailed In the Court ommon Pleas nnd In the now Mu oal Court willingly paid the amount. ion the court Janitors heard that tho aves had refused to ho assessed, they mo indignant and many of thorn de led the return of t...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 2 November 1914

&zz , A fM UK..V.a. lmwifidlF,, Jiijj2 ssiks VT"- -w rwjj--.... nigpivf 'SRr" jVSWjltffyffKi, If r ?pi EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY? NOVRMBEE 2, 1014. s A U I WHHJHUL.UII, y-fW: J2W :v . wfifflrtaK: .ir - .iKawipi-!! x 7VIQH'VfVlHntaB. ' I H Jos Willi KII.1 Bainu M V IM J lKESHIFT plant HEATS NEW HOME FOR THE INDIGENT Hilip H. Johnson Had 'Neglected to Provide Heat ana L,ignt rust paten or jPoor Folk Transferred t From Blockley. v AWne hundred nndslty-seven indigent I nen wore transferred enrly this morn- B from Ulockloy lo Ihe new Homo for lie Indigent nt Holraesburfr. ilThcsc nre the flrt of the 1000 ItidlReiils ' lint fllt 1... aiWb.1 . iiaiiHH.1.t fc mil UK ITIIIIUICU .IUII1 u vi m uy Ul'U lockley to tho new home provided by he city for Its depthd;nt poor. The men ere taken to Holmenburg In a special frnln on the Pennsylvania Itnllroud, lea"- n(r Ulocklcy nt 8 o'clck. Doctor Harte, Director of the Depart- ent of Health and CSarltlcs, chose tho oat Intelligent and able...

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. — 2 November 1914

tfpes ot !60 from ti a opei crl er ftn .lc I ded m po irec -le. n ui ia.1 tb !1 JCJ tiW i MILLIES HURL bACK FOES w j . . . f ALONG WHOLE NORTH LINE tinned mm to On mATCtioRs by Tctrograd. Germans lSVc been pressed back in tlic Su- alki province, on tlic East Prussian dottier, and have continued their it. i tr?t from the Vistula until they arc JlG)vithin 20 miles of their entrenched rrJ'l?,?,t,0,1s o" the Wurta, in western Austrians again have invaded Scr iJeirSwSn territory. Official advices from Vienna nave francis Joseph's troops utf possession of a number of posi- ALLIES ADVANCE IN FACE OF DESPERATE ATTACKS avec of TAUIS, Nov. 2. tho ev'-he Qormnns arc keeping up vlRorous 'frontt'onslve, especially In the northern !oh phcre of hostilities, according to the adnneh War Ofllce nnnounccment this j.ternoon, pofhroughout Sunday the Germans made iBtiblr shocks in iiciRium niiii nortnern etr ' once, particularly between OKmudu tnd tho I.ys Illver. All were repulsed ox ceft thoso In the r...

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. — 2 November 1914

mMJUmBmUHmtmSKHflKtfi'u'-'-m-' 'S -v t .... . JSnssBlassHSHlMlsssWn ,A- - ., '3f?T U'Oohw TJljfp Jiwwrw- niW!liig gfl jJEbPst r "f .HssW M HATS, CHEWING GUM AND CIGARS HOLD FAVOR AS WAGERS Haberdashery and Freak Stunts Against Equivalent Also Offered on Outcome of Election. I urn ii ii mil in i mi iimn in .irriiWiJi jr.rniTrrv mr-mr-n-rc-R 2. tots,' , P ' HILADgLPHlA, MQKDATrBviiK S. TO J. WIW)MWffPWWMP -i.i, , . tj r - - - 'mmMg , T)KAt niSATtia I ' MHH "EVENING LF,DGER1 SUBSCRIBING FOR STOCK OF LOCAL REGIONAL BANK Institutions In This District Making cree .rftyment Todny, cnHnl ImI'T 'Vc,nber b"' f the Bnnh of wTifn i.f . !"" Fc,crnI "wv A derby hot ngnlnst three silk scarfs. 'A wlr.o illnncr for a party of four nnnst a trlp ,0 Washington. n 1? lhe car:lc of frlcmt on tlio , . T" fm' ono month nBnlnst one orchestra sent to see a new show. a uox of clRnrs nKalnst 100 packages of chowiuv gum." "A tndj's umbrella JiRnltist n hnlr of gloves. (This hot by ndvuentea of woman uffinRe.) I...

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. — 2 November 1914

fsjiywyg.w . j. ,j,,ieir-9rA' --- -V " '"'""fpirtwij' "?v"w" " '"WiK " m ,rt Ji ntei or onl U al ""UP , M ne i i 2 m w . OSTS OF HUNTERS iHG TODAY FOR QUAIL AKD RABBITS thousands Take to Woods and Fields as Pennsylvania Season Opens General fvcr?utIook for Game. tfpes otije season for auall and rnbblto In SO from fnuyivanla opened today nnd Gunners ,oiis c -T nro Privileged to shoot this name, h a Opel 'P 'h Pheasants, Hungarian auall, nVee of t ,0 squirrels nnd woodcocks, for 'the, evt'he1" the open season began October 15. front'enlcr snson opens November 10. Only ten phe dccr may bo killed by a huntor In adi1 snson and this must bo a male with nprns two Inches nbovo tho hair. This waw nppnes to nil counties in l'cnnsyl ES'ahta, oxceptlng Cnmbtla, Clarion, Ches- i?rr' 'ayettc Forest, JcfTerson, .Somerset, Warren and Wyoming, whero at nri-nnnt Ithere Is no open season. Every railroad leadlns from Philadel phia carried gunners last night and tills i morning, but In no section Is the...

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. — 2 November 1914

V " "l" "" "" " ft .1 HRHSHftM .'- Jm iTi "".'iWy tM- '' 'M r111"! y1 yt' r --i'v'urwiMWtyi'!U''''V ". EVENTXO LBnOEIlPniLADBLPniA. MO'ttDAT,' ttOVEMrlM 2, 1014. 1 ilTTT I i ii i im in Hi Hi iiiiMi ii'iiT Mi l 1 1 n ! limn if in wwiMiimMi 'nTnUiM mmmmmWmmim w?rr nm li ii WMipi'iiil '-WSSOT I 'HARKED HESITATION SHOWN AT OPENING OF CHICAGO MARKET Prices of Wheat Start Un changed to c Lower, But Further Reaction Soon Sets In. CHICAGO. Nov. 2.-Hesllntlon wab ahown In the wheat market nt the open liiff today, prices oprnlnR unchanged tii He. lower nnd nfter tho start tho market reacted further. Fcnr3 that more European countrlm would be drawn Into the var wcro offset by continued heavy receipts ot Interior points. A private onhlo report! il an advance of 4'ttl. In hard winter wheat nt Liverpool. Shipments from North Ameilca for the week were O.OM.roo bushels of which 3,61l, X bushels went to the United Kingdom, I,003.tjOJ bushels to Italy and t.121,000 bushel to France. Of tho total, Can...

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. — 2 November 1914

neaa WWJPW'1! Mi wnq, "P f"ffnwmw (. 1 fplpiijpiipwmi i I'jiwt J W!JUi fT'''" -'firVs'nr - -- 4 EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 191. f -ni j n , UkUiMJUttHMJ&'K13H At f ! ffpes DO fro tl. re r A ; t die Tm JBHBHS-Ve 'T I 35umu$ i&iiger TUDLIG LEDGER COMPANY CTRIS II. k. CUIIT1S, PuKSIDENt. Geo. Vf. Oehs. Secretary; .Tohti C. Martin, Tressurer Charles H tuillngton, Philip 8. Collins, John B. Wil liam, Directors. EDITOniAI, 120 AUDI Cibcb II. K. Cumis, Chairman. r. H. WHAtiET Executive EJItor JOHN C. MAUT1N Central Business Manager Published dally at PcBLia LtroBn Building, Independence Square, Philadelphia. IjMr Crvral .Broad ami ClwMnut Streets ArtA.Mtc Cur I'rrsj-L'nfon Bulldlnn Naw Yonic 1T0-A, Metropolitan Tower tlHiotao , 817 Home lnnttrnnre Building IjONDON a Waterloo rim, rail Mall, S. w. f . NEWS BUREAUS : Oi? rtASnlsntttm Brnmo The r-nlrlol Bullillnc Wamiimiiov HrnBAO The rof llnlUIInu fi t. ..m Hr.v . . . . . . lire limn ituiitiuiK Maes 15 pwiMs Hii...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 2 November 1914

v- - "sgu ?" ;$"T; 4 ? rir 'V-wmmiK 'fCWJwaMP EVENING LEDGER-PHirADEKPHIff, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2 T9T2.' mjjf j. CT l,H 'T'W' '" " " 'FjKraiSW,H"VWmSSi!!TSSISPWWlSBlBSpWSJ i Lti SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA SOMIS rnthcr unique parties hnve been start tl here lately which bid fait to become quite the me mitltiK the winter. The quests nre Invited to attend private first views of hlthnrto uiiflhovvn Hints of moving pictures at tilt virlous movie houses. Sutulny night ft larje number of socially prominent persons in tended one of these Informal nffnlis at the Owl Theatre. 23d nnd South Bticcts. mon the guests were .Mrs. Jnmei Ucnton Thompson Mrs Wllllnm Colemnn Freeman, Mli.s AtmeU Fnrney, Miss Ullzubcth Thomp Hon. Miss Alva Sergeant, OeorRa llovvlnnd Beifro.uit. Alnstnlr MacLeod, Charles 1 Dnvls, Allien i:dvvnrtl Kennedy, Jr., Wooilvlllo Cross innn. J nines A. Uons'tck, Jr., Herbert K. Klt soi tl Morris Adorns, I,, Hrool: LMwitrds, M ill'Pin Dnvli, LAlrtultf C. Lewis, noilmnli Lu...

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. — 2 November 1914

WWT''I 1 sHHx9ien9F" rai-gffm-i ' i wm.4 (J . - - - - - "NU"! r 0 EVENING IiEDGEE-PHTUADELrHIA', MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2, lOIS." s WHAT ' f f THE ARGUMENTATIVE WOMAN MODES OF THE HOUR WHA T BALANCED RA TION MEANS Ellen Adair Discusses Her That the argumentative woman Is J fteldom or over really liked by her feltow- creatures la n foregone conclusion. She seems to stir up strife wherovcr she goes. Around her Is a curloun atmosphere. ivhleh can only be vaguely described as aggressive. Yes, aggressive Is the word that proves the keynote to the argumenta tive woman's character. In the way of ordinary conversation, she taps out the most ordinary remarks In n "contrndlct-me-lf-you-dnro" tone. Until that moment, one had not felt Inclined to doubt the aforesaid opinions, nor to dispute them. But when they are literal ly hurled at one's head, or waved, as It were, In much the snmo spirit as a red flag to n bull, one becomes somewhat npt to ch.iltengo thoso statements. We act contrariwise and very...

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. — 2 November 1914

Mseeesse)sjitl"i,9"W"T " f , i. "AtgTjy tw; irm -wBBBHBBi v- " ' . &, fF" y -Af" sWj1' fmyi?' """ Jiiimi , 111 1 1 itifmygqfti freaks, ,,iu. "Sj-T WO EVENING LEDGEE PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, NOVEiAIBEE 2, 1914. "11 LARDNER SAYS MICHIGAN SHOULD HAVE WON BASKETBALL 'NEXT SPORT ON CARPET r - jr r . m -tf , MINORS READY TO DEAL DEATH-BLOW TO MAJORS Plan Wholesale Jump to Join Federals Cause Is Lack of Support From Organized BaseballMagnates HUGHITT AND SPLAWN LOST MICHIGAN GAME' Former Erred in Judgment and Latter Lost Signal. Lardncr Believes Wolverines as Good as Harvard W i Arc r Tightened Into Action. A concerted movement by every minor 'IMW In tho Innd to clcnl' organized base ball the most crushing blow ever sus tained Is being made. If the present Inten tion ot tho minors Is carried out at tho meeting of the National Association of TOfesslonnl Unschnll Leagues, Hchcduled i be held In Omaha, Neb, November 12 U tfi. the result will be their complete - VJl'rn,vnl frnm organized base...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 2 November 1914

tataftfej JPP1 " ' " f -I . ya"Tn'" j X, S: ;Mnimii H"mi"- -.i , Asn jrWT- if-- GHT NIGHT EXTRA a EXTRA " I& j VOL. I-KO. 43 PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1911. PRICE ONE CENT CorieionT, 1014, r Tnr rcsuo Ixtxm CouriNT. MI Cuenmg h- ALL PARTIES MAKE THEIR FINAL CLAIM OF BIG MAJORITIES Brumbaugh by 185,000 to 220,000 Is Chairman's Estimate Palmer Will Be Elected With Penrose Running Third, Says Mor ris. Patty !vleis nnd campaign managers In' "election eve" statements -today pre dieted victory tomorrow for their sov ernt candidates nnd causes. They nil quoted figures to prove that they would Win. The election of Martin O. Mrumbaugh as Governor by a largo majority wns predicted by llepubllcan State Chairman "William K. Crow, and tho election of A. Mitchell Palmer as United States Sena tor was confidently predicted by Holand & Morris. Democratic Stato Chairman. Tho last hour claims follow: llepubllcan Stato Chairman William E. Crow: "Lector Brumbaugh will win by from 3S3.00U...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 3 November 1914

rnyir jg3?TT ms--' t-v & PSCSB wi- 41 HKI '$$$&mmwmm ti.,MHjmi$l&'iiii0mfifri "SfZSfySfrtoifg- r- ;3sSv ,-i NIGHT EXTRA NIGHT EXTRA t " 'tW - "& JS V &jHgStgUMHa: . , Vol. i no. 44 t Iff M V i c PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1914. CormottT. 1014. rt tnn pernio Terom CourANT, PRICE ONE CENT Germans Fall Heavy Vote Recorded ; Penrose, Gut, Runs Behind Brumbaugh ack on Yser Vesuvius Spreads Panic Wide CITIZEN ARMIES CLASH TODAY WITH BALLOTS FOR WEAPONS &! f - vV mm ' M I """"" ' '' . ' I mill I III-. I.I .11 i.i i , ' .nil ,i. ., 1..B.1.. ..i, hi I 1 i I ' ' 9mvtmmBi"Hfm IMiw .iwwmwwwwpwwuwiii.iii mi m ww I I nun ii wwwmmwwmi wwwwmwwwiiiiii mm-wmmmmmmmmi I i n II r n I. jn i i in n. . j . . .1 in I n i -. . "J 1 I ,,. v ! -. , .. .., ...Ii,.mi... I I DIRKCTOR POiUliK SMIRKS HOPEFULLY A S HE SCANS THE BALLOT If fB& fc ''V JSkU RSlmSSllSiLjJSHBHPv The man who kept the police force out of politics cast his vote in the same division as Doctor Brum- jlffi ' ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 3 November 1914

mmmmemmmmmm mr?." ' ' "km n EVENING- LMDUKR PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1914. WEST PHILADELPHIA DEMANDS WOODLAND AVENUE ELEVATED AND FREE" TRANSFERS 'JT!r " m Tfc. fc CSV, M. is fetj WOODLAND 1' -WILL BE BOON TO PUBLIC I r TIME-SAYING Southwest Demands v Rapid Transit Sysiem "v That Will Give Davby Section Advantages of Residents Farther "' North. Five-Cent Fares, Free Trans fers and High Speed Will 5 Save Passengers Many Thousands o f Dollars Yearly. Thb Woodland avenue elevated line Will save passengers $122,000 a vear k.in time (815,683 hours at 15 cents an nouri. "The abolition of exchange tickets 4. .will save passengers In and tributary io west Philadelphia JZ84,0C0 per year. The recommended high-speed sys- K-tem 'will carry passengers between -.West Philadelphia and every other Important section of the city at hltih r. speed for five cents. Property owners along the Wood land avenue elevated line will gain millions, as did their neighbors alona I: the Market street ele...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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