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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 6 November 1914

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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. — 6 November 1914

KV DING LKPUnU-PHILADELPHIA, FttlOAY, NOVEMBER tOl i. JOSEPH Q CANNON " " ""- NICHOLAS LONGWORTH " cl" WILLIAM B H6"' T ' SOME NOTABLE FIGURES IN POLITICAL FIELD WHO "CAME BACK Hr Km Ow'SSSnT PETKR S. COSTKLJ.0 GEORGE g. GRAHAH -Hi IMP IB J, o V 'imm.iiiMffM MPKXSENTATIOH IH THE HttXT OQNGRKiS t MiftSSk '' - - - i ifptf1 m i;1 ' f II1"" t ' - - - -, T- - -- - .,f., BP H 58T P 'tfs - r - s i t BL c 53Mp t d " - a V ' ""Htll 11 miiL .iilmi milii' ' ;jHllftffir- " ' i-te&A, fail's'3- j ? rrf- Mt U n CHANGING A BLOCK OF GRANITE INTO UKSIfBM OF WILLIAM PENN AT N8W d 51 flff ts t- i v -5, st .-si- -, - - " - p- r ,--- - -r grfBat JJjrfHHff w 3H sttl jty -.-T3 -- ym

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. — 6 November 1914

mMikS NIGHT EXTRA NIGHT EXTRA VOL. I NO. 47 PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER G, 1914. PRICE ONB CENT Corrr.iahr. 1914, t tntPORLto Utrxiat Commit. feuctttttn m fiyW HtVT fflKraie i rf Q ARMIES CHECK BLOODYONSET NORTH OF LYS French Official Report An nounces Failure to Gain by Either Side in Fierce As saults From Dixmude to , Arras. The opposing armies arc gripped in a deadlock between Dixmude and the Lys, the official French report an nounces this afternoon. Below the Lys, around Arras, bloody assaults by the Germans, aid ed by heavy guns, have failed to gain ground. Further south and to the west, re pulses of the enemy and "minor vic tories arc reported from Paris. Berlin, in an official report, denies that the Crown Prince or any other members of the imperial family is wounded or in ill health. General ad vances are announced in the Franco Belgian sphere. Dutch reports assert the Kaiser's forces arc rapidly being withdrawn from Brussels and Antwerp. No further news has been heard of...

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. — 6 November 1914

iW J- J -a-, . EVKNINO LBDOEB-PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1014. ORLADY MAY GET PLACE IN CABraET PROTECTIVE TARIFF AND ADEQUATE NAVY FAVORED BY MANN Republican Leader of House Indicates Party's Program and Predicts Triumph at Elections of 1916. EXTEND QUARANTINE OF CATTLE TO END SERIOUS EPIDEMIC 200 PENN STUDENTS, ON SPECIAL 'FLYER,1 MAKE MICHIGAN TRIP "DARK HORSE" MAY BE ORGANIZATION'S MAYORALTY CHOICE 0ME1 GOVERNOR Strongest Candidate for At- Ten States Now Under Ban Experts Say Rise In Prices of Meats Will Not Result. Entire Scrub Team and Uni versity Band of 19 Pieces Guests on "Pennsylvania Limited." Leaders Not Expected to Pick Strongest Candidate, Owing to Big Republican Vote. tbmeyGeneral Bell's Place. Dirnner Beeber a Possibility t A r Sk8 if. WBEV Politicians found more possibilities to day for Cabinet places which are expected to bp- refilled by Doctor Brumbaugh when he becomes Governor Brumbaugh next January. The Governor-elect himself do- ;, dined to discuss his pr...

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. — 6 November 1914

FFwwm UTTMllllMT -" " EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 0, 1914. i flHAME IN POLITICAL MAP BY ELECTIONS HORDE OF HUNGRY JOB SEEKERS BEG PRESIDENT'S PAYOR BUSINESS REVIVAL FELT ALREADY AS ELECTION RESULT NEW JERSEY WOMEN, SEEKING SUFFRAGE, CONVENE IN CAMDEN OF TUESDAY LAST ! I Republican "Landslide" in East Attended by Peculiar Variations in Region Be yond the Rocky Mountains. te Import nBTnjige In the political map of tf United stJtVwwns mada by the elections of Inst Yuffeday. The "land- iff etldo" that en lined nn overturn In sev- the Middle West, was nit so milch In evidence nt points fnrthoij removed from Hie scene of distill bnnce, Vbut the Voting In tho region beyond the ilocky Moun tains presented sundry pocu.lar varia tions. Summarized, tho results through out tho country follow: Alabnmn, Democratic by tho usual large mWorlty. state ticket and Congressmen. Arizona elected a Democratic Covpfnor by 3uOO and re-elected United Stnto Senn tor Mark A. Smith, Democrat; o...

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. — 6 November 1914

v-mmmmmm EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1914. - &- fc m nut iol Feared RIE inuiBiilHH MP?"" ,flHB'- lite rtrajf 5 evipUojW C "pwf i ALLIES AND FOE GRAPPLE IN BLOODY FIGHT ON LYS ConUnnfi! trem fnge On arty movement toward the strong holds protecting Berlin. Russians have occupied the terri tory from Lodz west of Warsaw, thence to Kietcc, in the south) and thence east to Sandomir, thus gain ing control of southwestern Poland nnd protecting further operations in Galtcia. Tile Germans have stopped their retreat on the west bank of the Warthc Hiver, not many miles frdm GERMAN? REINFORCING FOR NEW DRIVE, PARIS SAYS PAHIS, Nov. 6. The hloody battle between the Germans and the Allies In the region between Dlx !mude nnd the Hlver I.vs In stilt unde cided, nccordlng to the official announce ment this nfternoon Neither of tho con testants has been abto to bieak the dcitd lock. Thi Germans ore now resorting ex tensively to nrtlllery, nnd nre shi'Illng Arrns, sn well as th...

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. — 6 November 1914

immm vr 'jew EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, FRfDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1912. s -' i w EQUAL SUFFRAGE OPPONENTS BEGIN CAMPAIGNS ANEW Announcement That "Antis "Franked" 1 25,000 Pieces of Literature May Result in Congressional Probe. PHILADELPHIA POLISII PATRIOTS READY TO FIGHT FOR COUNTRY'S FREEDOM WASHINGTON. Nov. fi.-As an after mnth of the election, renewed struggle was begun today between surtrnglsts and antl-suffraglstB, when the latter Isiued a proclamation announcing It was duo to their efforts that suffrage was defeated in flvo States. ihrn.iUnce.me!U hy ntl.Buffrage leaders ,. I iy " scnl out 125-000 conlcs ot on article under the Congressional frank of Heprtflcntatlve lloflin, of Alabama. Siimi l? frccPlto trouble. It was ntlmated today a Congressional Inquiry into the use or misuse of tbo frank for such put poses would bo demanded by the i 'V w,le" ongtesa reassembled. ?i.. wherft lnrK0 votcs w" cast ?..--! irntro. f0.r womc. thousands of iul ,il??l?s lmd bccn distributed by tV.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. — 6 November 1914

SB WSPfPsi WWV ' ,11 jimnwmwi'm PHWPsWWFWW wwfwjipisiwwsp 8 BJ To MH.I!I sjwss .'. .vf.tn Eevrtl yitnpuor i r If" I t-miil J-pr flcatll occ ltoml Jar certuj atnw appr o the tor ever delr auc mi INOJ onls alsu lM tlvfl V DX trrfl tpl erfl t Pist T STEADY PROGRESS IS BEING MADE IN SECURITY MARKETS Issues in Large Blocks Can f Now Be Sold at Satisfac tory Prices Demand for rans nxcnange ( fceeurlty markets arc making ntcady progress and satisfactory prices can be ohta.tn.ed for larfto blocks of Issues for which only a narrow market was obtain- ' be a short time act), despite the fact that many persons In financial circles, both In this city and New York, arc talk ing In a dismal Btraln about the prospects ,of reopening the Stock Exchanges this -car. On of tho strongest features In New Tork In both tho street trading and banking operations Is Pennsylvania, and G It Is quoted at 101 bid, while In this city R'-K U HKHlHlli.. I- MU 1.1.1 .U- mIhImiim 1,11 tJUUUUIUII IS IV7 U1U, IIIU tlllli...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 6 November 1914

R Wwpr !( '3 Tjqmpry" EVENING LEPaEB-PHILADELrniA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1914. GRIM REVELATIONS HEAR WITH LOSS OF : FRENCH COSMETICS What if the Fair Must De pend on American-made Rouge and Powder, Should the War Stop Foreign Supply? $1000,000 ADDED FINE FOR MISTREATING GERMAN BrusselB Taxed and Policemen Im prisoned for Cruelty. TUB HAGUE, Nov. fi An n1lllonat fine of $1,000,000 linn been Impoftcil Upon the city of Hrii'aels, nnd two Belgian policemen have been sen tenced to tun nnd five years' Imprison ment respectively by the aermnn military authorities for mnkrcntlnR a Gormnn coldler, It li stated In a aermnn military decree, a copy of which wan received here toila. Tho n-xtm fine was put Upon Hrussela becnuse It wan alleged that refldents of the rltv had participated In the affair In whleh the roltller wbb hurt. llllady itands In ilsiiscr of a frUhtful mcla- tlnn: Stio la facing new romlltlona that hae chen her A rlinkc-un; Dlnct .Lu Pstrle'n tniy flslitlng. iihe la mar UIheMlAtl...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 6 November 1914

H!WWWPIBIPPBBWB 8 EVENITO LEDOEE PHILADELPHIA", FRIDAY, NOVEMBER G, 1014. , Sr: wwww u.hujiummrmmmmmm KM t Sn- H droning iier PUDLtC LEDGER COMPANY craus . it runTis. FinntiiT, tlto. W. Oriis, Secretary, John C. Martin, Trensurer! , Charles It. liudlnttm, Fhlllp S. Collin, John B. Wll- iini9, AJirtctors. EDiTont al no Ann i f Cues It X. Ccstis, Chairman. f" II. WHAliBt KxecUUVS Eaiior ypItW C. MAtVffN .General Business Mansfrer Published dally at rcntio I.edowi BulMIng, Independence Square, Philadelphia. LtMiut CeKtmL , Itroad nml Chestnut Street 'AlIUHTKS Citt., .,.! ..Prrsa-tnlon Building Nkw Yosk. ..... ..,.,.... ,170-A, Metropolitan Toner Cniflioo 817 Home Insurance Building Loxtiox. . ...... . .8 Waterloo riace. Pall Mall, S. W. NEWS BUREAUS! flAMiMtJTHi BfKEAC. ... ... .Thn Patriot Building Wahiivotun Urnr.u This Paat Building New Tonic Bcreau..... .....The Timet Building Bku-in BnntAtT ............ .oo Frlerirlchstraiue I-cnno-v IltRSAO 2 Pall Mall naM. 8. W. fi if Bpseaq 33 ...

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. — 6 November 1914

VBJF" EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1914. 0 SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA MflS VfUAUTOU DREXEL, who Is at pres ent nt hep liomo In Cornwells, Is ontertnln Ins her nieces, Mls t,uey Dahlfrren, Miss Mnde llno Dalilgrcn and Miss Ursula nahlfircn, of Now York, who have lately returned from Italy, Mrs. lirlo DahlRren, who Is In New York nt present, will Join her daughters In a fow days, and they will bo the Ruests of Airs. Drcxel until after Christinas. Mrs. Drexel will entertain !n honor of her nieces on several occasions durlnir their stay here, but no definite dates have yet been made. Dr. and Mrs. Henry C. Dlmond, of Rydal, will shortly Issue Invitations for a small dance at tho Hellevuc-Stratford on Friday, December 18, at 8 o'clock, In honor o- their daughter, Miss Henrietta Dlmond. Miss Dlmond Is nt present nt school at FarmlnRton, Conn., and will return tho middle of December for the Christmas va cation. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dlgby Jlattzell, of 192S Illt...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 6 November 1914

mmmmmmmmmmm mtrfmmmm mwmmmmmii8Q i., u. miuj wquwqppdii imi ti U) HULmppupwyg 10 EVENiyg ri3PGEK--ITJILAT)TJ!i:PHTa, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER U, 191, WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON mmmmmmmmmimmmmmm. - J 8 P" tmw.'i HeH pfr,tM SSeiiMW : IKSSH I." L ttM Ma requfl tfaertptlofi i Etx,a, I) JK i pint TH1 :. -pr ilcatlS occaffl Item! iar cftrtaj ntrud appr es the tor ever dolp BUC wo I onls Bb alsfi line tlvfl artj lire to' cir etfi tul llllHHBjfp'i DSIIIBIIIIIK& JatBaaHBasK' a " THE BRAVERY OF WOMEN Men Adair Believes Thai, Weighed in ihc Balance, Women Are as Valiant-hearted as Men. J "Peace hath her victories no loss re nowned than war's." This Is peculiarly 1 tftio with reference to women. One of the ' Jiardcst burdens that can be thrust upon :'fwomanllnd Is the heavy burden of ; waiting! ' It Is so hard to sit with Idle hands. Uniting, waiting for tho bad news that Is euro to come. Tot women have to do this uncomplainingly. i, On the other hand, there...

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. — 6 November 1914

tffnSr HHiF WWffwj'BSs' ujupy- h'rif!: rrwfw "SOjBSJaJ-"'"')'' vjfjr EVENING LEDGEE-PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, .NOVEMBER 6, 1914. it GREYSTOOK MEETS COACH BROOKE. BELIEVES PEM . TEAM WILL WIN To "PRixC FKSHTCRi' "VlriEfJ YoU cam coumt '& LAY Df)UJHM CAMDEN TONIGHT WITHNEWLINE-DP To FOOTBM-C v HEROES" "DOU'T CflUrOT The. victims BEAT IT Jewels Defeated Dc Neri Last Night by Score of 36 to 29 Notes of Last Night's Contest. Red and Blue Warriors Rest in Detroit This Morning. Practice in the Afternoon on Mack's Field. EESl PENN-MICHIGAN GAME IS LOCAL TOPIC-KENSINGTON AMATEURBOUTS HELD TONIGHT " - - - -- - ' - " p ni.i - . i ''" 'i- ' i i - - mim i. "im '""" ' ' ' - ' i-ii ii .... i.. i ,, iii .nuimi i - - .i ...i- ,... - i . I.,,..,,,.. ., ..,. .i , r - , r , IHAT MAKES Im WOVO. I ) IT-men rue1 MlmT. 6pg four V ui'0r.oUT x$M or" nE r' smK COLD KXllII I r Vrt'X- ) jfTfr WiHlm. V x r rTT (3 - yrfftWWi . BASKETBALL STATISTICB EASTERN LnAOUB. CMJI1 STANDING. . W. K P.C. Trenton 1 o l.roo Cam...

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. — 6 November 1914

mmmmmmtmammmmmmm I1 WipUJpMiP(WfPliflipp NIGHT EXTRA NIGHT EXTRA ituemtt 3 VOL. I-NO. 47 PRICE ONE CENT PHILADELPHIA, FBIDAY, tfOVEMUEIt (5, 1914. Coruwur, 1914, bt ins roatto Lmi Commht. 'HMjraj'i-i.rwity, ji.,i ;.wy 'CTJPW'iiVU.Hq' w, wi.g'j PPnp,,mmv,nTCWiqpPPIPiMlflPHHQHM 1-T- TWTBfm-T- TW? ' ' r4 Tft & fteftnpr J ?.icf lt V SUMS REBUKED BY GEN. DOUGHERTY, OF NATIONAL GUARD Disobeyed Orders in Failing to Prepare for Examina tions in Manner Prescribed. Failure on the part of somo officers ef the Medical Department to take ex aminations In harmony with work of a. Imtlar nature that Is being conducted for officers of other departments of the National Guard of Pennsylvania has caused Major General G. Bow Dougherty to rebuke them officially In a circular Usued from his headquarters. Ihe conditions of the test wore not dif ficult. Not only wero the text books to be consulted recommended, but par ticular paragraphs suggested, and It only remained for the officer to refer to the pro...

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. — 7 November 1914

WJEFrv !o" r" " "FTU"? J&lt NIGHT EXTRA NIGHT EXTRA i itTt tin ft VOIi. I-NO, 48 PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1914. CormanT, 10K, Bt Tnercntio Ltrara Counnr. jpbiob onb onira Cj R epuisea in North ermans PennVfichigan Teams Lock Horns City to Rush Food Ship to Belgians -Princeton Battles Harvard TEACHING PROPER CARE OF CITY'S YOUNGSTERS Mothers with babies in their arms flock to Temple University to attend Child Federation clinic. STEAMSHIP WHICH WILL CARRY FOOD TO STARVING BELGIANS Philadelphia newspapers have begun campaign to load steamship rapidly, as need is urgent 7sKs:sjuzKKKi3? rrrn ri'Trr iPiLlrpir irEnTfi irnlMTr. " T"nrwBiriTiiiiitf.i " fSff&' towSs -i s ImmSBt IRliiiiiSlllllli HH From left to right Miss Margaret C. Daley, national organizer of United Garment Workers; Miss Mary R. Sullivan, president Local 80, International Brotherhood of Bookbinders; Miss Anna Fitzgerald, president Woman's International Label Leasue. ' From left to right! they are. James 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. — 7 November 1914

Jj-WlJLyijjwpwMjij.ixteJUXtJI.jkBimBi mmmmmmmmammmmmmmm nsmrmnnnnH WVWWjtlJ?'' WWdpi-W"" - - ,1'AZZi.iBTEBaaSgay-aKKjrP-I -It i.-i,sm EVENINGLEDGEB-PHILABELPHIA SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1914. SJ &"w wmtfMW I m f m ,e People of Philadelphia to Quiet a Great Cargo of Food to Belgians The Norwegian steamship "Thelma" is lying now in the Delaware River under charter by a citizen of Philadelphia for the trip to Europe. The People of Philadelphia Are Asked to Fill Her Up The Newspapers Take Charge of the . Work of Collecting the Cargo . For the rapid collection of the cargo so urgently needed, arrangements have been made for Special Headquarters in the Lincoln Building, Broad Street and South Penn Square In this headquarters will be shown samples of the kinds of food that it is possible for the ship to carry, and informa tion will be given as to how this food can be bought. At a meeting held yesterday of the principal representa tives of the city's newspapers a committee was formed to fo...

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. — 7 November 1914

siara iVaifc If . VI (1 HOBVE y i y l4yi.-. ---M-r jupmawi, tJ.HiMHfigt0'i w firl -na .'? feU NIGHT EXTRA NIGHT EXTRA wnm VOL. 1 NO. 48 PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1914. PRIOE ONE OE3ST Copimonr, 1014, bt thk Pcbmo Limii Courxxr. ALLIESREPULSE FOOTBALL RESULTS ipppwwpjiio i in'Mmiiwrir Y'fjfgmmiifA meuner 1" 1 r 53 VIOLENT DRIVES ON NORTH LINES FGermans in Force Assail Two Positions on Way From Ypres to Arras, But Paris Reports Steady Gains A violent German assault southeast Rf Ypres and another on the La FTJnsscc Canal, in France, northwest rof Arras, have been driven hack by the Allies, it is announced in Paris today. I The Belgians have been strengthen fed in their position on the Yser, while Ulie Allied front is declared to have i been completely re-established. Lille is again reported to be evacu ated by the Germans, but this is not confirmed. The German Crown Prince is lead ing fresh sallies in the Argonnc re gion, it is announced. Reports indicate the Kaiser's forces ...

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. — 7 November 1914

""- . v - Q. S3 EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1914. ""& ,,. .-.. .,., i cv. . 4. ,.-.i .a .. n .-! m . i , ..! . 8 Pft W. trtrtsld : fa renujt enpuor r IC1X,3 ItQ H rnuJ mHl Lpr flcatll dec Iternl lar cert atruo; appr CB tbo tor even doir sue Tfl INOl onljj tvlafl lln tlvfl art irra to1 elf erfl tfal tol Ke 15 8 DHi b:;tj IsLLLHKSWrflHdLt jKL tiiui awl- & i- HHHR:-7 ., jss ar ' SB" c nr -Hw DAUGHTERS GET HO SHAREIH ESTATE "- f L.ate George Guest Cuts JJjiem. Off Entirely -Two Sons and Housekeeper Share $25,000. k ! i ' irf ' n. I - V1 The vvtlt or dent-go Quest, lftto of 4123 lidlawviitre.tt- directs 'that his widow Aha three- daughters shall receive ho por tion of his .(WO estate' The document was admitted to- probM today. It aela fortH regarding the decedent's wife, Mary A. Guest, "who has not lived with me for upwards of eight years, and Wh'd Is already provided, fpr, shall not receive anjr aharo'or portion of my ea- Itcgardln.rf.Ws children, s wrote:...

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. — 7 November 1914

Tm&ml8'Wrv9 l&SbdE'-- .M tn i,',.iiimV)isJ 'J-Wfpf " EVENING LEDGEB PHILADELPHIA, BATTTEDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1914. 3 $3,000,000 SPENT STRIKING WATER COLORS HUNG AT FINE ARTS ACADEMY'S EXHIBITION JUDGE FRAZER LEADS KUNKEL BY 10,150 VOTES JN CAMPAIGN ENDED t v .,. i '-". ''- - w . . ...? "t& . ;v , -i1,.'',, '" V'r BY TUESDAY'S YOTE -. '-- - iSi'',. V Election of Senator, Governor and Other State Officers Cost About $3 for Every Returns Missing From Two Counties Pinchot Leads Palmer by 3190 Brum baugh's Great Poll. . '- , V.i'W ' .'4 ' ' '"V .,-. Ballot, ifi ' nsjL im immtsmm : .rasEgj :, mm: '.& - 'im Lnaw&jQNk stir' ' jkii&m. .liiki . viK t:imv?:'-wm.' rai5M ,,: ri I It cost approximately $3,000,000 to elect it United Slates Senator, Governor and l other State ofllccrs, Congressmen, n Leff- 1 Islature and two Judges In Pennsylvania last Tuesday. The cost In Philadelphia alone was about JTW.CM. In other words, It cost an average of 3 for every man who cast n ballo...

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. — 7 November 1914

"WpPJ ftwipfiu ii i ii nwfpw mln nummsn v N ait iufl ,.n?S a sa m 1 i ALLIES HURL BACK FIERCE ASSAULTS ON NORTH LINE Contlnned from Tune Onn armyt, of defense alone the Vistula. aftfaW and the heights north ol emysl have been rcoccupicd and ALLIES REGAIN FRCNT FROM THE COAST TO DIXMUDE PAUIB, Nov. 7. It Is officially announced that British and French troops havo repulsed two at tacks bt great violence mado by the Ger mans, one to the southwest of Ypre Mid the other on tho LA Basseo Canal, directed toward Kuve Chapelle. Jt Is asserted thaf not only are the Allies holding their own at every point, hut at certain positions they are pressing forward. The situation along the Yser Is described as comparatively calm. Tho French, It U announced, havo occupied Haucourt and Hogevlllo. The complete French olllclat statement follows: On bur left wing comparative cnlm exists on the Yser ltlvcr In the vicin ity pt DIxmude, The Belglnti troops, Who were holding tho right bank of the Yser from Nleu...

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