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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 3 November 1914

EHS!TS1 jpjpEgggiyyy. ""WPJWiijpMpipfaiiatiijSP" NIGHT EXTRA NIGHT EXTRA iif?tritt V VOL. INO. 44 PHILADELPHIA, TrJSSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1914. PRICE ONE OEM Corniotir, 1914, r tiibPcslio f.iMts CnHMir. "JSWW ' - - CZAR RUSHES ARMIES OYER TURK BORDER TO MEET FOE Imperial Manifesto Wel comes War With New IT.normi ntirl Suonic ' "vi w " " t . A i- vengeance Against "Ancient Persecutor of Christian Peoples." Sultan's Troops Reported to Have Attacked Russians in Kars in Maneuver to In vade Transcaucasia All Sultan's Subjects Ordered rrom Russian uomain. Apology for Raids in Black Sea Rejected by Russia, Envoys Recalled and State of War De clared Report of Fighting at Trebizond. TIFLIS, Transcaucasia, Nov. 3. The Imperial Russian Viceroy to day issued the following; manifesto: "In view of the attack by Turkey on tin Russian coast and vessels of the Black Sea fleet, the Emperor has or dered the army of the Caucasus to cross the frontier and attack the Turks." The manifesto was received with a...

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. — 3 November 1914

m. I 11 M'CORMICK OASTS WINAFTERMOOH; JUDGE KUMEL, TOO i fciamsburgs Candidates ,n Break Custom of Years of Arriving at the Polls Early in Day. "HARRISBURO, Nov. 3. Both of Hnr risburg's candidates for a State office voted this afternoon at about the samo time In the same ward, though In tllf ferent precincts. President Judge George Kunkel. can didate for the Supreme Court, Instead Of voting early In tho day, ns has been his custom, waited until his eldcit ron, George Kunkel, Jr., arrived here from Lancaster, where he Is a student at Franklin and Marshall, the Judge's own alma mater. Tho younger Kunkel cast his first ballot today, voting on ngc, and was accompanied to tho polling placo nt the Hopo Flro L'nglno House by his father. vVanco C. McCormlck, Democratic Washington candldato for Governor, also usually votes early In tho day, but was unable to leave Kaston until UiIh morn ing after tin closing meeting of tho campaign last night. As soon as he reached this city he attended to ...

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. — 3 November 1914

fnT"'T" wm J. 1 ESHhHHHHHHHMBBRs KZM rv EVENING EEPGEB-HIi;'APEti1?HIA TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 101. n. WILSON, SUPPORTING GLYMINMYORK, t IS ELECTION ISSUE .Whitman, the Republican , Candidate for Governor, Attacked by Roosevelt. f Sulzer Also in Race. ELECTION TRAMPS LAMENT PASSING OF GOOD OLD DAYS PHILADELPHIA SENDS WOMEN'S HATS TO ALL THE WORLD "ON APPROVAL" IGLOO, STEPPE AID if- ' Sg-Sms OFFICIAL EXILE'CALfr FOR WOMEN'S HATS Some "Get It Somewhere' But the Police Find Im 'provement in Morals of the Polling Place Loungers. Milady in Remote Cornets of the Earth Sends for Latest Bonnets to City Pefin Founded. i lSIHHHHIilms V.. ':' ( N A If Mtv TOWIL SIFMHi AY v?v Mr 3S i W ..I us) x Wn.' k v n 'T .ALBANY. Nov. 3. A heavy vote was polled up tii noon In Albany and up-Stato counties. The Hue weather brought out a iinrmnl voto In the rural districts. tto jnibllcnn lenders said they were pleased with tho foiling, and expected a full He publican vote. ALBANY, Nov. 3. The Gubernatorial conte...

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. — 3 November 1914

"rortl STt J? -wsu- j.- X rJijHM.- I X 1WM '4 t EVENINfl EBT)aEB--jHlLADBLPHIA' TUESDAY, frOVEMBlDtt 3, 1014. 6? ;:'- ALLIES REGAIN --AS GERMAN pflb$rl from rune One XjLUcmptcd a new driving move- on uie north from the Suwalki Province. In Poland the Germans are Allies maintain lines IN BELGIUM, n TAIUS, Nov. 3. !Tho advantage which the Germans RSlned by obtaining a foothold nt ter- ;.rtnc low of life on the left bnnk of tho k(3frer Ttlver has been nbnndoned. nceord- KSinfr to an official announcement Issued "litre this afternoon. It nsserta the Her , ,ruans have withdrawn and that the allied roopB have regained the crossings ! SI Vser. t"fhe omclal communique follows: Hun our left wing tlio enemy ap pears to have nbnndoned comnlctelv IT,,,the left bank of the Ysrr before uixmuae nna the reconnaissances or "the allied troops press along the em- -DanKmcnts in the flooded regions and rthave reoccupled the crossings of tho Vser without great illlllculty. '' To the south of Dlxmude and ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 3 November 1914

gglff ipeass xsi; ' Si-?;.- L.S. kmsi aL - fiuA-.afc?j..aaaaifc..i..y -.. ---"ViiiiiiaiiAiiiiiiii'fitiiM (mminiiji I mta0RWwTUtnrill "' WWHWl i1 '"''IVI''j "T'Tm r-irv"' t - -v ywi"!sr..' ?TTW3W! f1 EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1912, V I i i i i Ill I- MUSIC AND DRAMA PASQUALEAMATO 'HEARD AT ACADEMY WITH BOSTON BAUD Beethoven and Strauss Played to Perfection y Doctor Muck and H i s Orchestra. The SOth season of the Boston Sym phony Orchestra In rhllndelphla began last night at the Academy of Music. Dr. Knrl Muck brought his entire band of 300 musicians, with but two substitutions caused by the war. The personnel of the orchestra, with Messrs. Wllek, Longy. "Wnrnke nnd Maqunrre, Is as familiar nnd ns grateful to l'hltadetphln as the buff covered program with Mr. Hale's de lightfully Inconsequential notes. And last night, when that familiarity wn Justified by the perfect performance 'which the orchestra gave, the enthusiasm of the audience touched oven Dr. Muck to...

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. — 3 November 1914

aggMTTK Y mf ZSfcrtM'.Zi ' l&3 g- M!Vt p"-y ""? !-" - "'" "w MStQ(',i't'li '""'"V" &F"fr&e ,,.vr . ,wanMt"ygfwl"i",ff ' ! c INTERESTS CONTINUE EFFORTS FOR OPEN SECURITY TRADING 5 Expect Sales by Europe Will Be Balanced by Exports of Cotton Time Money in New York 6 Per Cent. Although tho Walt street district wns deserted today, thero was no cessation f the efforts of the banking Interests exchange members to continue prog- less In the direction of a resumption of n trading. frti reopening ot the Cotton 1'xchnnge !s close nt hand. All that tho exchange managers nro waiting for Is an order ot Etna court permitting the sale ot tire I'cll cotton to a syndicate ready to make the purchase at 9 cents. This limits the (loss on the Pelt holdings, and, as cotton mean be bought In the South at 7V4 cents. there Is no doubt but that the order -will bo filed. . How much tho opening of tho Cotton M Exchange will affect tho Stock Exchange Ksltuatlon Is not being discussed, but those wont...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 3 November 1914

ns''1' i .-anpj1 " y. "i vf-. BplPws5i 'ir'7fT" :H am ' r ' jl(!PWiteiW 'lW)Wbjff 'i8"tM j VJ vvff EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3 1914. I fl ! m r IN DOUBT ABOUT ANYTHING? ASK LEDGER CENTRAL Ml-equipped Bureau Has Many Sources From Which to Obtain Information You Desire. Two rani walked Into t.EDOEn Central the other dav and went un to the Infor mation tlureau. Tliclr faces wore tho ex- prcwlon of men who are trying to con ceal the fact that they are about to per petrate a practical Joke. 'H'o have heard of your wonderful prowess In answering nuesllnns." mld lone of them, "and there la something that We rthould lll(e very much to Itnow. We ptrnnt to nml out If there Is any trolley connection between IMttsDcld. Mobs., and pWllllantstown Mass., when the trolleys leave, how long It takes to go from the one place to the other, what It costs and what Is the best hotel?" And then their countenances registered, to use a 'movie" expression, what might have been translated ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 3 November 1914

? jwwr;p . mj tm urn TKsWW fr iPWWIiUjiloijlUI .... . J w "iSfeV- - - ' "afl jw Vtf,. aagfer- asis3usz3': 8 t EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA', TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 19141. IM M t ,te" m ir- !" IE faa lEtfiilcr PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY I CTOUS 11. K. CU1VH8. PaftMnssT. W. Ochs, Secretary; John C Martin, Treasurer) Charles n. Aldington, Philip S. Collins, John B. WIN liamt, Directors. EDITOntAIiBOAnDt Ctstos M. IC Coins, Chairman. P. H. WltA-BT Executive Editor JOltttC. MAUTIK general Business Manager Published dally at rcstlo Letxipn Building, Independence Square, Philadelphia. LsixiEa Cn-nnit. , i ,, .Broad and Chestnut Streets Atlantic Citt... ., Press-Union Building ijiw Toik, .....,,.,,,,,,, 170.A, Metropolitan Tower cunuao. .,.,....,,. ,,817 Home Insurance Bulldlns; London..... 8 Waterloo riate, Tall Mall, S W. NnWSBUnEAUS: '"'"L11''"?,! .no rrledrlehstrai.4 Faiis Bdhbau 32 Bus Louis Is Grand SUBSCniPTlON TERMS .,HT5Rr,?Ti.PV-,T.c?Nt-T' "Ix nts. nymall pnstpal.l N ?V!i Pr5 '"Phla. exce...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 3 November 1914

.JNWit, M" -3Nt--f . -v pw? iMsseMsii?- dfiHS3535PWPKir iKl i,- .... K - ... .J . J. .1 ." .. . .. - - l. . . ,.31 p-n51pffw EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1914. 9 MS A.1'" SOCIAL JLIFE . PHILADELPHIA n. and jins. cifAnt.EMAaNn Townn, of 1315 tioiust street, wilt bIvo n largo at lliclr liome on Thursday, December i, Introduce their daughter, Miss Clcrtrude Wef. There wilt he no recelvlnn party. Mr ahtt Mrs Antonio Yznaga Stewart, of 1006 jpruco street, have Issued invitations for a dinner, to bo Si on Thursday nlsht, Novem ber 12, in honor of Miss Margaret Berwlnd, nughtir of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Augustus JJerwlnd. Pfr. and Mrs 1'aut Clayton, of Havcrford, av a. dinner uance last night ai ins .Merion olf Club In honor of their debutante dai?li- ff, Miss Maiy 13. Claiton, who was Intro- ueed at a too on October JS. Anions the ebutantcs and younger dancing men who at- ;ndcd the dnnca last nlftht were Miss Kath- Ino Zimmerman Ogdcn, Miss Hubcrta Totter, illss Charlotte...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 3 November 1914

S..1- AJ 'JS..u && im IWi'-'Of".'. . UfelS B'tftSJfl'W15 Sfk 1 "- -M swraeewii,.!;ii 3iiP'' HiSi -' 10 nvKNINO LEDflER-PinLADELPIIlA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 101. WHAT v? Ju H th t n III JJ PB' Lt'- THE THOUGHTLESS HUSBAND fBllen Adair Deals Willi the Grievance of the Long-Suffering Wife, The wheels of married life must be well tolled If they are to run with any sort of smoothness. The majority of unhannv mimlngoB arc caused by wnnt of thought more than by want of heart. Tho thoughtless husband Is to bo met with everywhere Ho may be exceedingly fond of his wife, but he Is thoughtless regarding her, and she naturally resents It. Hence vnrlous matrimonial upheavals arise! By thoughtlessness I do not mean nes lent. That Is too strong a wordl Tho thoughtless husband may be most atten tive and dovoted to his wife. Ho may bo always at her beck and call yet he doc? not possess tho saving grace of tnct, and 'shows a lack of understanding sympathy. Men do not rcallzo tho dldlculty of li...

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. — 3 November 1914

PVI ismw FHBWIWflpff EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1914 IT ENN HAS GREAT OPPORTUNITY AGAINST M1CHIGAN-NORRISTOWN FIGHTS TONIGHT LOGGER PLAYERS PALACE CLUB FANS HAVE FIGHT TREAT TO ENJOY TONIGHT ARE WARMING TO THEIR TASKS NOW WeLL 1 HSViB BtTSM lll.lij T.Jtr I 1 f.h tft Alwl M OLCK ArJD WJMITG T..IT KViPKl HiSfG LootfiNJG Yoor cse UP AMD I TVUNrf VOU AWFUL. MGRVfi. PUSHIMtf Tfili CASE AdAiMsr Yotl - rtX 3HOVAJ TH6M net ..I r-oiIRT -AMD I l w r ' To tlO TO COURT- THCY WORRV - I LL CLEAR fJ 1. iiai t wi- fn 1 imh 1 rSeason Is Five Weeks Under You - .. :... Liinill MV GOODS ON 'eM- WHAT h'y. K'.jnui 'Hoot rHAr; 'Lew" Bailey's Popular Show at Norristown Holds Centre of Limelight Re voire Meets Toland. RDPUTATftlfO FOR WlMMIWG Way and All Are in Their IHcse tivii. L"Ji.i Stride Merchantville Sets Dizzy Pace. J fig j ABSoLOTGLV J I I f iNow tlmt the soccer season Is flvo weeks d, tlio teams liavo been gradually getting nto their stride. In the Cricket Club cagtic Mcrcha...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 3 November 1914

NIGHT EXTRA NIGHT EXTRA VOL. INO. 41 l rr'iip , " PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1011. PRICE ONE CENT COFtnidllT, 1014, BY THE PUBLIC LFDGKR COMPANT. Z&Qtyjh- 'fe.' J VARE WARDS 'KIFE' PENROSE, BUT RUM IS 'REGULAR' TODAY Senator's Vote Is Expected to i Run About 10,000 Behind I' ,That of Doctor Brumbaugh " in South Philadelphia. South Philadelphia la "knifing"' Penrose ipday, but the Vnro stronghold la noi United In making a slaughter of It. Po litical lenders estimated nt noon, how aver, that Tcnrose would run about 10.OTO behind Brumbaugh In the downtown sec- . tjon of Philadelphia as a result of the Varo-Pcnroso squabble. ' In the 26th Ward, the Vares' homo ward. and In the 1st and 39th Wards Penrose was cut heavily, and tho knifing also oc curred In the 30th and 4Sth Wards. Rcp rcsentatlvo Varo's personal following Is strongest In these wards, and theso Vare men today cot their revenge on Penrose for throwing Bill Vnro down In 1911. The Vnres have virtually "laid down" I...

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. — 4 November 1914

-yvwqry- ' S ft.' ".? r r"?' MSCi v, &sebp,; -.aA? ' ." ; -..w,-.i 'MHy-T " Am '(; ": "- -ji- .- M X v V SPORTS (FINAL SPORTS FINAL IVOL. X-KO. 45 PHILADELPHIA, WEDXI2SDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1014. CoFtiionr. 1014, T Tni rtJM.ro Lrcxin Com ri NT. . PRICE OKE OEITT TP - ilma r s- Ls P m? Republican Landslide May Gut Democrats' House Majority to 5 Germans Retreat in France-Russians Capture 8 Turkish Towns . B EVENTS OF THE DAY AS REPORTED WITH A CAMERA MM 3BHH SENATOR PENROSE WAS NOT SURPRISED AT THE RESULT OF THE ELECTION , JIM&I-H ''--. ' ' -"H -MS 'MM llHH This picture shows the .Senator and his friend3 receiving election returns in the Republican headquarters. iMMwHUIISMlilil ' '-..' . ., " ,MMf .Hi Hlfli A PART OF THE CROWD WHICH WATCHED THE LEDGER BULLETINS 5::TT::::::::: ' vfiV ' ' ? ' - ' 'r -vv'"y SIHv "" "j Eager voters gathered on Chestnut street early in the evening and stayed till morning. ' y'Y- ' ' J ' ' ,' ' ' . ' . WtlmF 1 ' ' ' " ' "" ' mi 'ii hi ii i i ii ii i njj ...

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. — 4 November 1914

f IMp tlJIMJfttV-iW -Tt-T! Htj-. i " "TT jffr .?- WWT" W EVENING EEDG-EIl-PHIEnErPHia, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBEK 3, 19T3. RETURNS SHOWING THE RESULTS OF YESTERDAY'S ELECTION IN PENNSYLVANIA The Appended Tables Contain the Results of the Vote Cast in Counties, Districts and Wards in Pennsylvania at the Elections Yesterday and Are Tabulated From Dispatches and Local Reports Received Up to the Hour of Going to Press. "- "JIW "" i m j REPUBLICANS WILL ME CONTROL OF PA. LEGISLATURE Only Six "Straight Demo crats' in a Senate of 50 members, and 45 in a House Membership of 207. The entire membership of the Slate House oC Representatives, numbering 207, and 27 State Senators were chosen yester day, the Republicans obtaining control ot both bodies by Increased majorities. Of the Senators chosen 10 were elected on tho Republican ticket, six as Demo crats and one as the Washington party candidate. The Senate Is composed ot M members. The largo majority of tho S3 hold-overs are Republicans. Tho 207 me...

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. — 4 November 1914

"i iwuf" i ' '!! ' ( j--ggt-'-Jw a: & i 'WWJMK'Sff!WIBSmPi ppBwwjwatewM.... . . murj. wti ifcuyj -tii ; .uJ' 'At" "' jJHJagSf gjlj ,r : ,.mv. rr7T5?r,'B SPORTS FINAL SPORTS FINAL uenin ' M V TOJjt I NO. 45 PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1914. E t 1 ': PRICE ONE CENT Cortstanr. IBM, lit the roBtto Lxoont Commtt, Uktuatt PBS ALLIES GAIN YSER POMS AS FOES ARE DRIVMBACK French Official Report Declares Germans Abandoned Material in Hasty Retreat From Yser Where They Hold One Point. In Arras Region Fighting Continues Severe, With Gains and Losses on Both Sides, as Germans Assail Line in Force. Bombardment of Rheims Re newed With Increased Severity as Allies Strive to Hold Back ' Enemy From Banks of Aisne. The Allies have gained more ground in Flanders, forcing the Ger mans to retreat in haste, the official report from Paris announces today. German forces continue their at tacks in the territory between the Lys and Arras, with alternate ad vances and retirements by both sides. Th...

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. — 4 November 1914

V'9VMWPtr'fviniPHiMi i'PT -JTJw'rywpi"irWrj 4 EVENING LEDftEB PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER L, 1914. Bfess from Cincinnati after a retirement ef two year. "Unole Joa" Cannon, of Illinois, was returned to rongress, together with Wll ltartiB. MeKlnley, ox-President Taft's manager. Btn&tor Cummins, Rep., appears to have been re-elected In Iowa. TAMMANY SEES CHANCE OF rOWER, President Wilson's control over Con gress Is seriously threatened by tho Dom crnts' small majority. It is posslblo that Tammany Hall, with the baUnco of power, wilt bo In a position to exact moro recognition from tho Wilson Administra tion than heretofore. Tho results In California, Utah, Kansas, Oregon and Washington are still In doubt West Virginia voted almost sol idly for the Republicans, but tho rest of th South remained Democratic as Usual, though ft Progressive was elected to Congress In the Louisiana sugar belt where It Is almost against tho law to elect anybody but a Democrat. Virginia ro-elected lt...

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. — 4 November 1914

cawr """ 7" -Tg- 'Vl ' f i-225" wBr ' jwu,ta HBBBBBSHIBIBHISHBWHBpSHBlSSHBHWSSffl MJKa...i?ai-.S'.,. ,,. . ..hut-.afc, j. ujL -.-4 .t nil inli iTMi iti i riMtejj im i rn irTWTT "fjwrBswwfsTnsiswre" EVENING LEDGER-PHIEADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER &, 1914. & 3 VJ" J tf i H BRVMBAVGWS LBAD MAY BB 200,000 Centlnned from Pare One Schuylkill by 2500. McCormlck carried Carbon by JOO, while the county gave Penrose a plurality of 400. McCORMICK LOST OWN WARD. In Dauphin, McCormlck's home county. Penroso defeated Plnchot by 670O and Pal mer by T10O. Brumbaugh carried the county by 2300. McCormlck lost his own WArd In Harrlsburg, but carried his pre clnet Lancaster gavo Penrose a plurality of 7000 and Brumbaugh a majority of 6000. Chester went Republican by 7500 and Montgomery by EOOO. Washington returned a renrose plu rality of 2000, while Kayettc, Republican State Chairman William n. Crow's homo county, gave Pcnroso a plurality of 2500. Senator Crow was re-elected, despite Democrati...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 4 November 1914

'ir-' WPipnnjiivjui wmmmvmmm '-WdJAX- " imv"'- "-Tlfeefri t EVENING LEDGERPniLADELPniA WEDNESDAY,' NOVEMBER f, 1914. El I V. m t fe? t -- .. Ifec- 5if - ALLIES DRIVE GERMANS ' BACK ALL ALONG LINE Cnnttnnrd from rage One siVe at several points to check the new invasion. This must be accom plished before winter ends, the Czar declared, on his way on the front. In Poland the Russians continue to ad vance Westward, following the line of German retreat. The Russian left wing is operating vigorously in Galicia, according to iMrbgrrtd reports. A strong force bf Russians is reported to have ALLIES FORCE GERMANS FARTHER BACK IN BELGIUM PAIUS, Nov. 4. The official announcement this after noon asserts the Allies have retaken the village of Lombnertzyde and that the Germans hold on the left bank of the Tser only the end of a bridge between Dlxmude nnd Nleuport. In the retreat from the Tser the Ger mans have abandoned war material. In cluding some pieces of artillery that sank In the mud, The of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 4 November 1914

p WOMEN IHO WEAR MG ON STOCKINGS CRITICISED FOR ACT Mrs. S. P. Snowden Mit chell, Head of Patriotic So cieties, Gills Americans in London Irreverent. Indignant at the action of certain frivol ous American women who ara reported to be disporting- themselves gaily In London, with their silk Btocklngs displaying- the American flag embroidered conspicuously near the ankle. Mrs. S. P. Snowden Mitchell, a prorrllnent member of many clubs and patriotic societies In Philadel phia, has been moved to make a vigorous protest against what she considers tho latest nnd most flagrant desecration of our national emblem. "Whether these women are actuated by a misguided Benso of patriotism, or whothor they are merely after cheap no torlety, I do not know," Mrs. Mitchell nald, "It may bo thoy arc so glad to belong to the only big country not In tho war that thoy ara taking this way of advertising tho fact At any rate, it Is tho duty of every patriotic woman In America to do her best to teach rever enc...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 4 November 1914

mm fcnnlln slve new plishd dcclat Polarj vanco Gerr Thl vitror Pctrd of A Th noon vlllai Gen Yser Dlx In mam cludl In t Th O sit te the ret! no bai brl an Tl prl; ma of Bo co: va: all the ew the thJ "Our a thel will & k-, IRTHER CHANGE IN MDfflGDBPUDSOB M DEVELOPMENTS t Is Felt That Some Irnpres- f sive Factor Is Necessary to ict as an Incentive In creased Strength in Open f Markets, XrtiU Street had little to nay about the SUctlon result, the events through which ttie street hus passed alnoe the end of July creating a situation In which sen timent can only be moved by develop- ents directly affecting the security situation. Those who have Immediate concern In rmarkct matters hold to tho view that. Jwhllo gradual Improvement continues In evidence, some Impressive development Is required .now to act as an lncentlvo for n. further change, which Is necessary be fore, a resumption of security trailing can be looked for. So far tlio improve ment has beetf due to tne drain on re serve...

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