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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 4 November 1914

Urn UHIEM'J. juwiyu-VTi""p,w-p- JUDGE FRAZER AND JUDGE TREXLER WIN CITYBYBIG VOTE Jurists Receive Large Major ities Over Their Opponents for Places on Superior Court Bench. EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER , 1914. The vote In this city for Judges of the Supreme nnd Superior Courts Riven sub Rtnntlnl maiorltles to Judge Ilobcrt S. Tracer, of Allegheny County, nnd Judge Kr.tnk jr. Trexlcr. Judge Frazer, who was opposed by Judge George Kunkcl for Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, received 102,72 votes, while the vote for Kunkcl hero was 73,198, giving Judge Frazcr a majority of 33,526. In the fight for Superior Court Judge, Frank M. Trexlcr, of Allentown, polled 132.S23 votes, while his opponent, James n. Clark, who Is a strong advocate of State nnd national prohibition, received 15,753. The Indications are that Judge Trcxler's majority of 87,070 Is Indicative of the vote which lie received throughout the State. Judge Fraser, who Is president of the Consolidated C...

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. — 4 November 1914

Wmrnxmmmis 8 EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBEB I, 1914. t? A. tSa. A. pEuetung tEujtiger rUUUC LEDGER COMPANY CTRtJS 11 K. CURTIS, Pimidsht. 0t. W". Oehs. Secretary: John C. Martin. Treasurer! KTaitUs It. tudtniton. Philip 8. Collins, John n. Wit- lla.mii. Director. EDITORIAL BOAnD t Ciu II. K. Ccatis, Chairman. Br, tt. WHALfiY . t Executive Editor imi'.iii ' JOIttf 0. MAIITIN. ... . . , .General Business Manager Published dally at Pcttto Lioois Building-, Independence Square, Philadelphia. LiSMita CentjtlL. ......... .Broad and Chestnut Street KAtuNtir Citi... ,..rreittno Building new YOSK , ...i.g-A, Metropolitan TflTrer ZttlciOo. . 81T Home Insurance Bulletins; RtaMMrt 8 Waterloo Place, Pall Mall, 8. W. NEWS BUREAUS: lUnitleDa Bcdkao ............ The Patriae Bulldlns; IWASHtsoTON Ilfdino.. ........ , The Pott Building WtlKtr Tork nto .... The Times Building IrntnltX BrmtiU 00 Frledrlchstrasse ItOHroN BCRiAt) ........... 3 Pall Mall Hast, fl W, rvtus -ucsuc.t 33 ru ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 4 November 1914

gyr-.. -.?g?raga - nvrsr iWjFifr i i" i'i i T?sr EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 191. 0 SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA MRS. NATHAN A. TATLOR, of Efnemhelm. Chestnut lllll, wilt give a luncheon In honor of her daughter, Miss Marjorle Taylor, on Wednesday, November 11. Among the guests Invited are Miss Dorothea Obortcuffcr, Miss Frances Stoughton, Mies M. Arrean Sillier, Jtlns Katharine Tenner, Miss Elinor Judd Bean, Miss Ethel Hastings, Miss Mar) Sheppard, Miss Rachel Latta, Miss Katharine Zimmer man Ogden, Miss Mildred Longstreth, Miss Jean Llllle, Miss Marion Kingston, Miss Mary Ballard, Miss Mary Jones, Mlsa Edith Dilling ham, Miss Eleanors Blspham, Miss Isabel Howell, Miss Esther Howell, Miss Mary Laird, Miss Helena Robinson, Miss Gertrude Hollls, Miss Chrlstino Rehn, Miss Dorothy Foltz, Miss Janet Adamson, Miss Eleanor Watt, Miss Eliza beth P. Dallas, Miss Elizabeth Smith, Miss Isabel Rodgera, Miss Frances Coutts and Miss Mabel Coutts, of Brooklyn. Mr....

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. — 4 November 1914

Mk!'J---'.xjnmmmmmmmrmmill9ll 10 t EVENING LEDGER-PHIEADEIiPHIA-, WEDNESDAY, jTOVEMBBB it, 1918. H ON WINNING A MAN'S HEART Ellen Adair Criticises the Varied and Devious Methods Frequently Employed to the Above End. That cynical, delightful humorist of tho early 'Fifties, William Makepeace Thacke ray, declares emphntlcnlly that any woman, unless she actually has a hump, can marry any man she pleases! He chants a song of praise, howover, around the fact that the llttlo dears aro like tho beasts of tho field and do not know their own destroying power. There certainly Is truth In this. Tho average woman does not realize tho Weapons she Possesses. The hnrnlnn nt Thackeray's famous novel, "Vanity Pair," was an Insipid, sweat little crea ture, with whom I have no sympathy! Tho little vlllnlness, Becky Sharpe. was Infinitely more attractive to my way of thinking;! For she had brain and common sense, and her designing Bchemes were really so clever that one can torglvo her R good deall Certa...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 4 November 1914

It' MICHIGAN SEEMS TO UNDERESTIMATE STRENGTH OF PENNSYLVANIA'S BIG ELEVEN , MTBALLNEWS READING QUINTET MEETS CAMDEN IN BIG GAME TONIGHT GLEANED FROM MANY SOURCES Western Newspaper Utter Second Test of Eastern Basketball League Likely to Be Great Competition. Other Notes. ances Tend to Belief That Michigan Underestimates Penn Strength. EVENING LEDGERPHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1914. r-asJrM bS if xi If A By EDWARD R. BUSHNELL If tlio newspaper Utterances of the middle Western press represent tlio real fellngs of tlio Michigan players and coaches, rind they probably approach It, then the Michigan team mUBt underesti mate the University of Pennsylvania Whoso team they tackle on Saturday nt Vnn Arbor. Tlio fact of tlio matter Is, Michigan men consider that wltnt they did to Harvard last week merits tho bc- rllef that tho Malzo and Blue of Michigan -was better than tho Harvard Crimson. ! They went to Cambridge with tho belief , that they hadn't a chanco to win, and behold they a...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 4 November 1914

jfawrjxmmr "REIW "iwyM'"i '" "'WW SPORTS FINAL SPORTS FINAL (,- VOL, I NO. 45 PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEatBER 4, 1914. PRICE ONE CENT Ceptjitoirr, I9J1, t in Ptmto Lrooni commnt. 41tlMTt1Tlt I tau isflal ini LOAN BILL, RATIFIED, WILL HASTES WORK - FOR RAPID TRANSIT Majority for Measure Which Will Give City Many Im provements Is 137,176. Only 12,693 - Against It. Vot es The Joan hill woe ratified by a ma jority of 137,171 Every section of Phila delphia, turned In n. substantial vote for it. Those opposed numbered only 11,693. The total vote In favor of the loan was 10.8W. The ratification releasee JILSOO.OM after January L Thla means that Improve menu of vital Importance can proceed without delay. These, Include sewer re location work that -will hasten opera tions on tho rapid transit program which will relieve congestion and cut down, by half hour, the length of Umo It takes to reach tho city from outlying communities. Besides tho transit Improvements there will be money for the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 5 November 1914

SiHlrHSRPMHIHMImMEliiV l'A,4r fffwiiwmy NIGHT EXTRA KriGHT EXTRA A&j& .. iMiiii -Timr 1 ' - VOL. I NO. 4G hr K PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1914. CortitoitT, 1011, lit ra rcnuo Linoni CoxriNT. PBIOE ONE CENT Britain Declares War on Turkey Allies Drive Foes Across Yser Brumbaugh's Majority Grows Police Doom Saloon Cabarets FOREIGN AND LOCAL NEWS FLASHES ILLUSTRATED BY CAMERA MAN BELGIAN OUTPOST OPPOSING GERMAN ADVANCE SOUTH OF YPRES -Photo by international New. servi. l'f" ''!WSW!nW3mf' Jwbl -Sr Sgr; VT ' " '"" ' " ' ' "n: . .'.. -- ,,,,' ,,,,'' , , ,, ,, , , , ,i !,' , puns nr . HOCCTFpLIR RELIEF SHIP LEAVES NEW YORK PIER starvation. Q,yARANTJNEp,CAJTTLE IN PHILADELPHIA STqeKYARJDS Drastic measures have feeea dpte4 .to-prevent pread'of faoef aad mouth dfaease te-thte-city, 'II TL 4 yl SIP W -' - --H i m;l'lrtfrt-iiHiT1-Ji iTfTWir 4 .i,,, fJt'.DmlEl.jffllli. -asps MWffaii-T . i . j. i, , J HM ,,, " v

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 5 November 1914

mmmmmmmmmmmmm mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm MM Hfi 'WtfWP !WW W" l IWlJ!IMWlP"Jfl'IWH (fiiimUJiNimi'" EVENING LEDGEE-PniLADELPHIA, THUKSDAY, NOVEMBEB 5, 1914 CUTS NORTHWEST SECTIONS DEMAND TIME-SAVING TRANSIT TRAMT HEEDS OF NORTHWEST ARE PRESSING iRoxborough, Manayunk and rails or bchuylkul Isolated From Other Parts of City by Slow and Costly Car Service. Cormantown, Also, Will Profit Qroatly by Adoption of High Speed Program, Free Trans fers and Five-Cent Rides. Upon the adoption of the transit pro gram, which has been arranged botweon Director Taylor and tho management of tho Philadelphia Rapid Transit Company, the present exchango ticket will bo wiped out, as provided, and free transfers be tween surface lines, and between surfaco lines and rapid transit lines will bo Issued Instead. Passengers traveling within tho north west section and between tho northwest section and other sections of tho city pay (208,000 a year for exchango tickets. Thoy will bo relieved of this clmrgo under tho terms...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 5 November 1914

WSKKfWl r i iniiwmiiin'iff J m t 'jsj?1!1" wm rw""r?Tfrc NIGHT EXTRA NIGI4T EXTRA 9$fyt$Q1' VOL. iNO. 4G PHILADELPHIA, TUTJUSDAY, NOVEMBER o, 1914. PRICE OKE CENT CornwRT, IBM, at int Pcsuo Lmxjct Commwt. dSs& ituemnn V t ALLIES CROSS YSER AS FOE RETIRES FOR YPRES DRIVE r Germans Retire Inland Several Miles, Concen trating Heavy Forces Around Bruges For Renewed Effort to Reach Coast. Flench Official Report De clares Attacks Between Dixmude and River Lys Show Lessened Energy as Allies Stiffen Defending Forces. Berlin Statement Says Kaiser's Armies Have Gained All Along Line, Though Paris Lays Claim to General Repulses. The Allies have crossed the Yscr and advanced to the northeast along the coast, according to the official statement in Paris this afternoon. Apparently the Germans are aban doning their coastal operations along the road to Nictiport entirely and have retired several miles inland. They arc reDortcd as concentrating heavy land and naval forces at Bruges, which is con...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 5 November 1914

j 2 T3VKNINU LKlM.i.a; 1'lllLAMiLPlIIA, THUBSDAY, NdUJHKli S. 1011 w , SOCIALISTS ELECT 1 ONE CONGRESSMAN AND POLL BIG YOTE Declare Increase in Nation Will Bring Total to 1, 500,000, and in This State 100,000 Maurer Wins in Reading. from returns received by tho Socialist party of Philadelphia and the State Com rnltteo at the party in Reading-, It la esti mated the Socialist vote throughout the country ha Increased by nearly $00,000. This bring the total voto of the Social ists, arr that of tho last presidential lection, to about 1,500,000. In Pennsylvania, the State leaders of tha party say the Socialist vote will reach tho 100,000 mark. This Is an Increase of bout 15,000 over the 1912 vote. In New York the Soolallst vote has been Increased by 23,000, making a total of nearly 90,000. In Texas the voU lias been doubled, from SUM to 60,000. Gains have also been made In Okla homa, Arizona. California, Illinois, Indi ana, Nevada. North and South Dakota, Wisconsin, the New England States...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 5 November 1914

ElBWpPiBRfaH Wl -SAKi. "HffS"1 KnrwEKBw-Tv-pHpiriaipip. !, t1), -SWPSJ r ii i FOOD PRICES SOAR AS WINTER DRAWS ON; MEATS LOWER Butter, Eggs, Fish and Vege tables Higher Fruits Con tinue Firm Peaches and Plums Disappear. Although there lias been no real win ter neater ns yet, the approach of that season Is heralded by a decided advance in the prices of all market goods with the exception of meat. Tho most notable chrnges have occurred In such farm products as butter, eggs and poultry. Strictly fresh eggs are quoted at from 4s to SO cents a. dozen, although dealers expect that with the arrival of Southern and Western shipments this prlco will drop to 45 cents, where the local poultry dealers will be able to hold It when the end of the moulting season brings an In erraso In the supply of eggs from tho h.an who are now enjoying a vacation. Cola storage eggs continue to sell for 23 to 32 cents a dozen. Print butter has Increased In prloe by 6 cents and Is now quoted at from 43 to 48 cent...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 5 November 1914

twi T-jwirntfuwiiijHu.yni i JHu,UWM',nm EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER ft, 1914. IWWFffS IWyw WIWW f ALLIES RECROSS YSER; ADVANCE FROM NIEUPORT CinMnuKi from Vntc On army of invasion nearer its own fron tier. Kielce and Sandomir, important bases in sonthwest Poland, seized by the Kaiser a few weeks ago, have been regained. The northern German armies have been pressed further to thefwcst and their retreat is described by Petrograd as a rout The reorganized German forces n East Prussia have discontinued their fresh offensive against northern GERMANS PIERCE ALLIES' LINE, BERLIN REPORTS BEllLtN, Nov. 5. An omclftl report trom the Oontian Genera! Stnft states that tha Allies' lino has been pierced, that a sortie from NIcU port was easily repulsed, and that steady progress Is being mado In the German attacks from Ypres to the Vosges. Discussing German operations obotil Ypres. Major Mohrat, military expert of th Taereblatt, says tho Kaiser's forces will drlvo the English b...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 5 November 1914

eggs K9H r EVENING LEDGERPHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1914. ( i RUSSIAN WARSHIPS DRIVE TURK CRAFT BACK TO SHELTER t Black Sea Fleet Makes Speedy Dash at Foe, Who Refuses Fight Petrograd v Charges German ' cry. Treach- -, t- , PETnOOHAD. Nov. 8. ft. The Russian Admhalty nnnouuccd to k day that the Turkish nccl had been , driven from tho Black Sea and had taken 4 relugo at Its base In the Bosporus, ro 'ruslntr to give battle to the Russian war ships. This statement was Issued at tho Ad Tnfratty: j "Tho Admiralty has ascertained that the Turkish neot has concentrated on 1(8 frbaso In the straits and refuses to light ",the- Russian Blnck Bea squndron. V, "It ts plain that the Old Turk party Tand, the Sultanate aro utterly dismayed by the promptness of Russia's military campaign. from Information that has reached Odessa from Constantinople It appears mat wie uerman cruiser uoeucii sent a radiograph to Constantinople asserting that the Russians had made a treacher ous attack upon" ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 5 November 1914

5P '-mmmmmhiM' i wmmmmmm Mlrw 6 EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1014. immmmmmmmmmmmmmmM i .i H V V r r ;, M'Sk, . BUSINESS VOLUME HOW LARGEST SINCE EXCHANGES CLOSED Improved Sentiment and Re turning Confidence Record ed in Trading Lesser Railroad Bonds in Demand Trading In the open ftnd prlvdto mar kets conUnuea to rcoorfl Improved eentl rnent' and rslurnlnc eonfMenoe. Thin In ;,' mo4t marked In the business transacted !,' through tha committees working for and Changes horo and New York, which su pervise business In listed and unlisted bonds. In New York the volume of this busi ness Is now at tho highest figures touched Ince the Stock Exchange closed, and, although prlcos are not reported, It Is known that there has been substantial appreciation In values, and tho demand become so extensive today that the lesser claw of railroad bonds could bo Bold In larg amount at a range only moderately wider the gilt-edged Insucs. New York ty bonds were active and strong, with...

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. — 5 November 1914

EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1914. -it-A w 11 4 i ' Kn ., PRESIDENT PLANS TO GIVE OPPORTUNITY FOR BUSINESS BOOM Will Not Call Extra Session of Congress or Suggest ah Extended Legislative Pro gram. WASHINGTON, Nov. 6.-PresIdent Wll Bon, desirous of giving business every possible opportunity to develop tho boom which ho feels certain Is coming, will not call nn extra session of Congress, which was his purposo In tho event of that body passing to Republican control ns tho re sult of Tuesday's elections. He does not contomplnte writing more than an ex tremely brief messago for presentation to tho national lawmaking body when It re assembles for the short session next month, now that continued ascendency of tho Democrats In tho House nnd undis turbed control of tho Senate of the 61th Congress are assured. Neither does the President expect any lengthy program of legislation to bo en acted before Starch 4 next, whon the f chort session adjourns. It can bo stated on th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 5 November 1914

v T rWl,i? ?i " " " ".YT'V'ff'') -..,w,-i i in;iniiiif MMiff A ipiM 'iqpgpijMsppp WWWpWWPJIIII' llihljl)iin esBsjHiyMJUjwwwwiiBtawiiiM "1fPWPBfvTT-w"!'P'''T '" TWWWffWPWWWfl"1" J v" ,"WBWWTTOWP"jflPHBw'''V'''"'' ft-w - rwt9 .4 8 .1 y U nHnHf iHisHiiir" "Set wPBF f m Sr Tg jgp mm i r r iwfciMMMiMiMnfcaai jEtmtintj 9Iicr PUBLIC LEDGER. COMPANY eraua h. k. ctnvna. fmim:t. &?Mo W OthS, Secretary; John C. Martin, Treasurer! ?Xj$'ff It LuAlnston, rMlIp 8. Collins, John B. WU- laSf filractora. KDITOniAt. BOARD! dttct It. IC Coins, Chairman. 'lit wiiajjBX. i . . .Executire Editor QIIN 6. fctAlVTIN. denerat nuBtn&u Manarr rufelUhed dally at Posuo Ltooza Building-, Independence Bqaare, Philadelphia. IitMn Cssttut, , , , .Bread and Chestnut Streets AlktiO Cm , Prtti-Vnion Building Najf Toak , 1T0-A, Metropolitan Tower Cmgioo, ,i. 817 Home Insurance Bulldlnx- jwjTOi,.,,, a wattnoo riac, ran Mail, u. w. NBWSBUnBAUSi JTAMltBcna Bonuo .............The raMot Bullfllnr wamnaTOK jjuirau. ,.,,...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 5 November 1914

m&toWCtrm .-- - rwij)pjr?jr,sn inwq EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1914. 0 memKnEmmm 3 I'L..' SOCIAL LIFJE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA Mil. AND MUS. ROI1ERT LEAMINQ MOttTaOMlSRY will glvo a dinger on Saturday night In honor of Miss Margaret Montgomery, at their home In Vlllftnova. The gucsta will be from tho debutante set. Plan", have been changed for tho dinner dnnco which Mr. and Mrs. William Dlsston will give nt the Hellevue-Strntford In honor of their daughter, Miss Pauline DIaaton. Tho dance will tnke placo on Jnnunry 22 Instead of December 21 as was first arranged. Miss Dlsston wilt bo honor guest at a dlntior which Mm. A. Sydney Carpenter will glvo on De cember 30 beforo the ball which Mr. nnd Mm. Henry Augustus Berwlnd wilt give for their daughter, Miss Margaret Bcrwliul. Among those who attended tho dance given by Frederick h. Onlly In honor of his daughter, Miss Edith II. Bally, at tho Morion rlket Club, last night, were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Winter Ba...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 5 November 1914

mmnnm m 10 evening ledger-Philadelphia; Thursday, November 5, 191; WEL fffiEjS (gsS.W Oirf it i)Mi Sir fr it mis ioitNtti afr.n n i w.p uMl Lsa Cei AttASTlO HE 0i O110A00. , LOJ.DOH... iftMMtSV WlltllKSTl Nw YCRiql HCTM imt ftwt Btinl jK.sa Kg require! SAIL UNB eerlptionsf BEtX,S0 Ji7r; SNTEllW THEff prof flcatlor; ml tiff- ttl LITTLE COMEDY Sometimes It Is Better to Lose a Wager Than Win One, as This Story Showsz- TVell, my belief Is that they'd all get married If somebody ottered them the op portunity. I think half of them don't get the chance" Dick turned his head on the cushion of his Invalid chair, and looked at Connie with Indolent, half-closed eyes, and a emlla that was too lazy to express any thing. Connie swung her hammock a trlflo fur ther, hut she only laughed softly ao sho lay with her pretty hands clasped aboVo her curly head. "You don't believe me, then?" Dick said. "Why, no; Indeed I don't I know there are a thousand modest ways for a woman to Ihvlto offers of marriag...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 5 November 1914

"ffMinmi i i. nmw('ljpriij Ik". wju-..i. EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1914. w 11 If PENN'S ELEVEN FIT AS FIDDLE FOR MICHIGAN GAME-BASKETBALL SPORT BOOMING GRIDIRON NEWS GLEANED FROM MANY SOURCES DENERI TO BATTLE JASPER TONIGHT AT KENSINGTON Third Game of Eastern League Basketball Season Promises to Be Exciting. Changes in Line-up. Penn's Football Eleven Is Confident of Springing a Big Surprise Against Michigan. fr lh R A mi ?x By EDWARD It. BUSHNELIi Probably no Pennsylvania football team vcr went forth to meet Michigan about . whoso capabilities tho coaches themselves v know so little. Thero Is no common jj standard by which to comparo the two lovons this year. Yet Michigan Is con- flilont, largely because of the team's good 1 tarly season record and Its splendid gamo against Harvard, while Pennsylvania Is dangerously determined. One of tho Quaker coaches remarked yesterday to the Vrltur: "For tho llfo of mo I can't tell how good this Pennsylvania team really ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 5 November 1914

NIGHT EXTRA uenm PRI013 ONE CENT VOL. I HO. 4G PHILADELPHIA, TIIUKSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1914. CoriMsni, lOH. bi ins Pdswo tsiom ConrAST. NIGHT EXTRA $&8y&ity 2B"Sf BRUMBAUGH AffiE WILL BE CHOSEH HEAD OF SCHOOLS Education Board Members . Favor an Associate Super intendent as Successor to Govemor-elect. One of the four associate superin tendents of schools -win, in all probability succeed Dr. Martin O. Brumbaugh as the head of the public educational system. This prediction was made today by one of tho most Influential members of tho Board of Education. Ho said the teachers of Philadelphia need hav no fear that a, resident of another city would be chosen. for tho office. Members of the board have been over whelmed "with letters Indorsing tho candi dacy of at least ten educators, some of whom nro PhlladelphlanB and othors resi dents of cities In California, Massachu setts, Texas and New Jersey. A rumor had been current among tho city's In structors that an nttempt -would bo made to ...

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