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

ES .'-jHIBI liWIl ' WIP ' "' EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1912, & E22EH -a MANY LEGISLATIVE NOMINEES ELECTED ON FUSIOM TICKETS Nine of the Successful Can didates for Senator and 53 Members of House on Two or Mpre Combinations. At the election Inst Tuesday nine ot the 27 State Senators elected wero upon more than one ticket, and G3 of the 20T members elected to the Stato Houso of Representatives wero on two or more tickets. Additional returns from eight counties In which thoro was fusion with smaller parties by both the Democrats and Republicans may Increaso these fig ures. The Republicans, having elected a ma jority to both branches of the Lcglsla lntuie, fared better, of courso, through tho assistance of other party names, than did the Democratic or Washington paty candidates. Two of tho Republican Stato Senators were elected on tho Republican and tvuHniiiBion party tickets. In both In stances, hmvnvpr. Hia T?Anuh1tAi ..Ma tured tho Washington party nomina...

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. — 7 November 1914

"i: jTnP"' t,Yl f J cyj H.., tA enp Wl PJfl TJ d iocd ito !lfl aPJ Rt to I i r -MINI NNt wtiJU fiSfL G THRILLING ADVENTURES, HARASSED - - ".I-" ' -----.-- I I I ABOLISHMENT OF ' PRISONS ADVOCATED BY HAITHOME In New Book Author Makes Sensational Charges of Evils in Atlanta Prison. A Notable Book. Not original, yet startling, In connec tion with the arguments and exhibits In tho ease, Is the proposal which formi .the refrain of Julian Hawthorne's book, "The Subterranean Brotherhood." (Mo Bride, Naat & Co., New York). It Is nothing less than that penal Imprison ment for crime be abolished. That the Federal prison at Atlanta was grossly mismanaged during his stay there; that tho whole tendency wns to break the prisoners down nnd destroy self-respect rather than reform them, that the dark hole persists despite de nials, and that convicts are hung up by the hands for long periods for trivial breaches of rules; that Inspeotors sent to study conditions Indulge In jun ket parties with th...

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. — 7 November 1914

RlfliL. , jaSBi ZZMmSB, . .?' '.J Wi'.fki.: - L.t,..i... -...... i . . ... --. m. h tiim i rssssssnssssssssi ssmi ..-.-m-an-i W EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1913. 1 SATURDAY EVENING REVIEW OF THE WEEK'S EVENTS HERE, THERE AND EVERYWHERE mm&m THE WEEK IN WASHINGTON Interesting and Important Events In National Capital During Legis lative Vacation. Washington has devoted tlio major part of the week trying to dccldo whether the Democrats or the Republicans would control the House In the next Congress, With substantial gnlns In tho Senate, Administration leaders professed to seo In the election results a great Democratlo victory. "Tho victory was an overwhelm ing ono for the Democrats," said Post master General Burloson on Wednesday, after he had conferred with President Wilson. "It waB the first time In tho history of tho country that the party In power won tho House after revising tho tariff, except at the time of the Dlngley tarlfT, when tho Spanish war was o...

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. — 7 November 1914

MRt- A ,"v 4 Um.t-a3, , i.aa r-tvi - a , i JS,ir. It'MUy. EVENING- LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, RATTTRDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 19TJL .8 XiU' rUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY crntja it. k ccrtis, pseshiskt. Geo. fa. Oehs. 8eretArt: John C. Martin, Treasurer! OntlestM Liidlneton, Ehlllp-S. Collins, John B. Wll ltm, 6freetors. , u i i i l i I if i i KOlTOniAb BOARD t "Ciiifc It K. Croatia, Chairman. P. It. WlfAtiEY i Executive Editor ii nam ;l i mi hi ' JtiitN 0. MAftTW acnfcrnf Business Maner ..tin , i ,,. - Published dally at roeuo txcora Building-, Indtpsndenee Gquars, Philadelphia,. l,Erflra CESTnAt.. ...... , , , , Broad and Chlnut Streets AitAtfriO- Cttt rr-Ualon Building Nsw ToitK . 170-A, Metropolitan To er Ctitcuad 81" Home Insurance Building- LoxtflN1. i 8 Waterloo Plae. Pall Mall, S. W. NfcWS BUREAUS t ItAintfncin BrstutJ. .......... .,i.Th PaMet Bulldlnir WAantNOTO nrnnAtj ............. .Tn rott Buililin Ktw TotiK ,Wi tr.AU.i. ...... r.... .The Tlmts Bullillwr bsuiMt Ilfcumt) .......... no Frledrlehs...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 7 November 1914

Wmm mm famwmh&9 vTrWffWlfVWfi y ,-x, &p&gwm& L EVENING L-BDGEB-PHILABELPHIA', SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1913. SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA A WEDDING of Importance will take place quietly next Thursday In Lancaster, when Miss Caroline Rentes Franklin, daughter of Henry S. Franklin, of Lancaster, will bo mar ried to Stanley MncDonalcl Smith, son ot Mrs. L. Heber Smith, of 2039 Walnut street, this city. Tha ceremony will bo performed at noon In St. James' Episcopal Church, Lancaster, by the rector of tha'church. Mr, Smith will havo his brother, William Howard Smith, aB best man, and hts ushers will be Henry Pepper Norrls, of this city, and Franklin Uausman, of Lancaster. After a wedding tilp Mr. and Mrs. Smith will live In Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 13. Coalc, of Toircsdalo. will entertain at dinner on Monday night at their home In honor of Miss Mao Patterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry D, Patterson, nnd Miss Martha Whltmer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Itobert...

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. — 7 November 1914

'-tmmaf-.' 10 EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1915. WH ?Jin;P5'ir?iijA5-" If-.' iJSiJ' -JlL THE TRANSATLANTIC VOYAGE f Ellen Adair Depreciates Its Ephemeral Champ lewed with oil tho glamour tff af irroachtn realisation, with a largo map ; nd all the paraphernalia ot shipping instructions spread out In front ot one, the ocean voyage seems a veritable El . borado ot Joy and bliss to comol Have ws not planned thU trip for months and months? And oht tho glory nnd the romance ot Itl Tee, UU one gets on board I Tli first awakening come on enter ing one's state-room. It does stem ratljer small, and one perceives that both the lower berths aro occupied by a variety Ot package, Indicating that they have already been appropriated although the hipping- agents had assured us that we would certainly have a lower one I We notice that the paint Is very white and fresh, and that, although wo must perform the acrobatlo teat of soaring dlsilly to the upper berth minus a ladder, til...

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. — 7 November 1914

nr WWi :&?.". ;-9vjFjprMf)wmn$ EVENING LEDGEE PHILADELPHIA, BATTTRDAT, NOVEMBER 7, I91-. ' 3JC i 1 CHURCHES PRESBYTERIANS TO DISCUSS THE HOME MISSION PROBLEM Leaders of Denomination Will Speak at Sessions Next Monday in Calvary Church. Tor tho llrat time In Its history the Presbytery of Philadelphia has set aside nn entire afternoon and evening for the consideration of tho city mission prob Jems. Next Monday, with some of the most prominent leaders of tho Presby terian Church In America In attendance, expert speakers will discuss various phases of city mission work at sessions to be held In the afternoon and evening In Calvary Presbyterian Church, 15th and Locust streets. The meeting Is for the purpose of evolving plans and to add Im petus to tho greatest campaign In the Intorcsts of mission work In Philadel phia that has over been held. Tho moderator of the General Assombly, the Hcv. Dr. Maltland Alcxandor, of Pittsburgh, who has accomplished much In his own church and city, wi...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 7 November 1914

nBPiHHHBHBiBBBHHBHHHHBBHIBiBBllHIBBlBBiBHHKI Wf,t ; v-3-tj-j-v" nmwm wwwuwwwpw jnw wi.iy.wwxi'w" " i'''ij))ili)!pi ,' 'f"fi" 33 EVENING LEDGER -PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1915. itrt JA.lyXZ3QfflKBaBiagTB?!SBST 7z ittiMfllmjf jM ... t IV y ) r"77 j - d. SF? m -1 S I W A n V e.i BKi?t:a ItflMftMHW W?"fl m4 HSfc.. IWiiJWA V lOM T mi ssBsslBre, BBR&aSffi IhIbbw sP? sHbhBEP SBHE- THEATRICAL BAEDEKER OPENING. KBrni'B-Celebratlon of tho 12th anni versary of this popular vaudcvlllo house, with Jesse I. Lasky's tabloid muslcnl comedy. "J'he Society Buds," with spe cial numbers by Irving' Berlin, heading the bill. 1tfHIC "The Story of the Rosary," war melodrama In famous Drury Lano style. CONTINUINO. ADEL-'PHT-."A Pair of Sixes," farce by Edward Peple. Two business partners shoot a cold hand, the winner to retain the business, the loser to become his ft!?1' body servant for a year. Maude Eburno Inlmltabjy funny as a slavey. BROAD "The Bong of Songs," new play by Edward Shtldon. V...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 7 November 1914

wr-BFempjmamt r?a W?W " Vt EVENING LEDGES-PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1914. i.ia ii . rt- fc r I V 1 THEATRICAL nMBSSk IP &M0kn VICTOR The Svengali of Hazel Dawn's Theatrical Notes Stanley Houghton's "Hlndlo Wakes" wilt follow "Tho nivals" at tho L-lttlo Theatre on November 16. Tho rolo of Fanny, tho girl who defies convention and refuses to marry tho man her family thinks slio "oucht to," will be played by Ida Hamilton, now appearing as Julia In "Tho nivals." Others In thq cast will bo Miss Saxono Morland, Miss Adah Barton, who comes especially to piny Mrs. Jcff cote, a rolo in which she has appeared VUh creat success before t Whttford Kano, Ian Maclarcn and Miss Hilda Eng lund. "Within tho Law" will begin Its second and final week at tho Walnut Monday Headed by Catherlno Tower, the cast In cludes Tom J. Evans, Jamos Heenan Harrison J. Terry, William Lambert, Catherine Daly, Robert Clugston and Grace Spaeth. When A. II. Woods conceived tho idea that tho "PotaBh and Perl...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 7 November 1914

gMnW""f iwa VffaffSggji V' MPJU1 liqM')t-Hr--VI --w -Mi(es& TTif -v if-T' r 14 EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER T, 1914. "AL" M'COY MEETS "YI-YI" ERNE AT NATIONAL TONIGHT-FOOTBALL GAMES GALORE GREYS MEET DENERI AND TRENTON PLAYS ATREADIM TONIGHT Camden Ran Away With' Greystock Five Last Night, Winning by the Score of 34 to 16. SPORTING EVENTS ,' TODAY NUMEROUS IN PHILADELPHIA Big Out-of-town Football Games Grip Local Interest Despite List of Attractions for the City. imlilE riiHtiti mt -stoj Hi htlW pH.j enpir If l-su ??. , TODAY'S SPORTINCr EVENTS rOOTHALt,. rerihsylvants flehigsn. at Ann Arbor. Harvard Princeton, nt Cambridge. Carlisle Holy crow, at Manchester, tertraoutb Tuft., at Hanover. Johns Hopkins Gettysburg, at Baltimore. Lafayette Muhlenberg, at Boston. Imiion Valloy Rusqurhanna, nt Annvllle. renmylVania Military College Carlisle llo- senes, at Cheater. Tale- Drown, at New Hinen. Colby Dates, ntWntcrvlllo Comlt-J. and Ar . at Ithaca. Perm Stat Lehigh, a...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 7 November 1914

EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1914. an m sLiX I ' .fit yi V. y$ IVs T :n jci w 4 m i yi rv' I? -s I) H SHORT-TERM B0HD5 ACTIVE AND STRONG DURING LAST WEEK Many High-class Issues Traded in on a 5 Per Cent. Basis Election Results Hai Favorable Effect. General satisfaction was expressed In financial circles today over tho volume, of business transacted during tho last weotf. Short-term bonds tvero actlvo and trong, with many of tho higher class Is sues traded In on a 6 per cent, basis, wlillo tho new New York city Issues advanced to now high records, tho three-year notes soiling at 303. or on a 4,70 basis, Whllo tho one-year notes wore traded In t 101!i, or on a 4.60 basis. These notes wero token only a short time- ago by the bank syndicate on a 6 per cent, basis, with exchange At 5, the banks nnd city to share In nn? profit from exchange Operations exceeding 2,000,000. BInoo then tho demand sterling has yielded to around 4.90 nnd would have been established far be...

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. — 7 November 1914

KBKSSKKKKKKKISmwKBKmWmlmB. IMiMPOTmiRMmHiMiriiiiiM i!i!PiBi!. ipiiiii'a:fjw muni ) 1 .. liWtljp.u . )" m inn ,(V9jL'' tlZ v. NIGHT NIGHT EXTRA 4! Ik ts PBIOE ONE CENT? VOL. I-NO. 48 PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBEtt 7, 1914. Cortainnt, 1014, nt inn rcntto liroom CoMiAtcf. f '71 ST , i , j , A Cueitmn iBOl COLLEGE GRADUATES, WOULD-BE TEACHERS, SPELL INCORRECTLY Nine of Sixteen Applicants for Positions in Philadel phia High Schools Fail "Incredably." KOI THE NURSERY A'POPULAR ANNEX De TO "MOVIE" SHOW PRINCETON TIGERS WHO MEET HARVARD ELEVEN TODAY for tl m RfaakNi F ?.. jog f j Pen Tttiniy .IrtlM tri n Colby st B. .V. Pn Fr Jlnlv. of llnlp. of Vlllano Utwj WM 111 s'lKi iPl While day, Pet, Bit Ann Art- vard at terest" in athletic portance. The Ite Its final I Slack's flei " Michigan words of Fielding In the Vi has a rr year the Wolverin vala In . Brooke t Underestin ', dictions of on the earl eleven. .L At Cambr petURl odds favo- but It li elusion . team w' nor. O Black fled tot the hit...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 9 November 1914

ps; j5R sffBPBW SjgNRHII&SjjLHEiH JftilWIWWWI MsmiBHiiBiuHwwwj J$Mn ,' " -i"j- ' i m 'rfw Bgrr:. t 7 .acwe BggSS NIGHT EXTRA NIGHT EXTRA ; Vol. 1 no. d9 PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, XQyEMlJEK 9, 1914. CotTxtunr. 1014, itr inBTcBMo I-epobr Commit. PRICE OBTJ3J CENT Turks. Invade Egypt- A. F. L. Asks For Wor eat Fire Sweeps Readin Belgian $60,000 s NEWS OF THE DAY AS THE CAMERA SEES IT Gr the City of Peace Relief Jump u v. A V y M WIM.IW WW I ".' ' '' ' ' " ' x -" . '$ 4-'-' T 'iff v c" "s . .", X ' ' , v '? ' - ' '. ' ' ; . FIRING ONE OF UNCLE SAM'S NEW GUNS, RIVALS OF GERMAN "BUSY BERTHAS" The largest and most modern field pieces in the service have been found satisfactory in target practice at Fort du Pont, Del., as described in another column. WHHHBMHMniMMaHHHHaMnMBMaiMMMHinHMBMMaJI M B I WW .W 1 CAPT. L S. RYAN DIRECTS -.GUN PRACTICE Standing on a wind-swept knoll he marked down the ' victims. , ooden AIMING THE "DRUMMING GUN THAT HAS NO DOUBTS" ... U. S. Army officer putting the le...

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. — 9 November 1914

EVENING GER-PHILADELPHIA, M Off DAY, HOvMlBEB dTToI. I, 4 4 " ' K' if -... , v, . m at , .ii rrMlkM,-'ft-Hn m .,.. m m -n t I J Philadelphia Says : " We Have Just Begun to Give " j V, ' ' i 1 I r' Swift and generous comes the response to the call for food for I stricken Flanders. - I 1 " & H It makes us all proud we are Philadelphians let us be prouder still. ; S m ) JH n Already tons of food and large sums of money to buy food have L- -1 m keen contributed, but there must be I I More! More MORE! Ml 7"- ! ( TVh day, .Ann vara ibt tereat B thit K5 portar -v Ifn f1r K Jinck't g. words M Fleldlr P in the hog a ! Jr ' Wolvr vnls, Broq. undo dictij ." 1cv i?. ''Af odds V.. & it f cluald j team 1 ner. ' Black fled i the. t ; . flnat , . apt t ', by an; , that : howli for k The Norwegian steamship "Thelma," under charter by a citizen of Philadelphia, is lying at Pier 16, S. Wharves, Delaware River, waiting for a cargo of food. Each day she waits hundreds more will die in Belgium 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. — 9 November 1914

KWa PWWJBWHPPlll , .Mi SSL-.- J wwl mBfp NIGHT EXTRA NIGHT uenm ( f PIIILADlSIiPIIIA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1914. VOL. I-NO. 49 Corraunr. 1814, nt ras Pbslio Lxixitt Courirrr. PRICE ONE CENT mh fW"?vat i EXTRA - Mil ) ' IP 1 & k ill .' r' T r. cj ATTACK BEATEN BACK BY ALLIES Desperate Drives Against Dixmude and Ypres Re pulsed Heavy Artillery Attack Demolishes French Villages. A new German offensive movement gainst the Allied lines at Diximulc and in the neighborhood of Ypres has been repulsed, according to the official statement issued today by the Paris War Office, which claims alight advances in spite of the des perate attacks of the invaders. The fighting along the battle front in Belgium and France has been waged in heavy fogs, which make the operations difficult. The Ger man offensive was preceded by terrific artillery duels, in which the town of Bcthunc was partly demol ished and smaller villages leveled. The fighting has resulted in ad mittedly heavy losses on both sides, ...

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. — 9 November 1914

:i immtBm'm!rw. r WwjPFiy l"f WMY,!"1'1 yrvqpMjwwy-y' m WWyjPlil"lWl ' i !!- ''',i,T"l3MPW,?jW"WWWIfB5w 2 EVENING LEDGEE PHILADEEPHIA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1014. LtSl in. f UMt taym 7 MK I Hwa ri-Ris i Wv I luuMfi re iiiwt cripts T Thl. runnl first that -owed IflmA I berln t today t. This erf j tba coil tin eroS 9 r month and ml outcomj. Ave mer the reo' been li Penn te , TlieM country, .4, pete !n Tho tea In?, aa , delnhla'i In Stanlf Jlltler ai- inetltutlri on B"ranil Bet witf ths ontwt ... j NUSjQ Dy j, w crof th old i Jnterconf -other tef Iton. TM iprat tl ithst tb Ipermanlj lm a. w Tha Sra to it 4" aim arterl hriat nh HMli e treat fSlBt El I Vhera a; Mar today r SBHBStt 1 f in cl Mil ba wilt b IfLAwwsiattti ,.wi rw IS Wtl; J, tilt. Bda t Cfa.V lP 8s- duaiti JS Hu WMI HlB ffT-lfeffrnrnafcas, E TAa Sad ! werta imu- 5 i -. iitvi. lu. .faf been tMtttfss : fr m m u m I m (r Wg0 SBBaT' iK; Mfc tttS ilx - ISPE6T0R8 HP INFECTED CATTLE IN DELAWARE HERD Live Stock Epidemic Now in Twelve S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 9 November 1914

HW9SN' iPlJWi i - ijoKaa Mffim&iiZZmSui&&jxJiuJa 2E&&UMMUU'jJUIUMUMif!8 gggfrsar"? HjjgiPShMi rf sf$5Pj!r'9S-'" wjPTirs- 1 EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 191. - iEEJJ i. IM l.'ti v" a w (y & t i ft i td tof tfe iV II !TV I I j4 K a CM'PRESBYTEM " ' BEGINS CAMPAIGN IN MISSION WORK Movement Launched in Spe cial Meeting at Calvary Church Budget Intended to Wipe Out Church -Mortgages. The greatest campaign In the Interests of city mission work and church exten sion md for tho homo mission budget of the rreabytcry of Philadelphia was In augurated by tho Presbytery this after noon at a special meeting In Calvary Church, 15th and Locust streets. It Is a campaign Intended to enthuse the clergy and church leaders of the de nomination to work unceasingly for tho 1(0,000 budget Intended to wipe out tho mortgages on Philadelphia churches that require assistance; to bring about an un equaled evangelistic and upbuilding cam paign among the foreigners and ...

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

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 9 November 1914

ESmsEm Lmr ' !W& TOPH TVjff?" jWWWWW i l'tfUM!ITOj"lMPlLii',ll "IWlMIiM T ' a "-" - -. ... .-.,j .,,..,... ..i -1 w;-fei g" tniJi ma -Hl'fWpiUm "l4" """tytju ',-' '- -mi tnm jwt-f EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY NOVEM .'iu ' ijwpiiawirtFTrf''' ' . mn BIB 0, 193 i V K i -( BELGIAN FUND -QUICKLY LEAPS Continued from race One Mantown. Bhe Insisted that the money be spent on flour and wheat. "la this the placo whcro you leave the money?" asked Nancy Wayward, 6 years old, of Wayne, when aho walked Into the basement "Mere Is sevon pennies and I hope It Will help tho kiddles,'1 she said, "Where did you get the money?" asked one of the clerks. "I earned the money by pulling weeds, find here Is 1 from mother." A middle-aged woman dressed In real Quaker attire suggested at the relief sta tion that every grown-up person In Phil adelphia go without dinner tomorrow. "I suggest that tho price of the meal which folks will miss should bo turned over towards the relief of tho thousands of st...

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. — 9 November 1914

-iu&A ikJih . " -"" TtT "V TV g irraw--. -.. '"""''"'w-JrFMSSjiM'j jiwM-' '"iu' i m "'. iA5ZKSItKBBinBKKIEHBH&BK Msnississiiiiiiriiminiinjtjjl,.-gW . . .y--g-maaEasne, -s-a --- -.TO-..-TO.mZZZ ' .MMM1! fffffit " ' " nProBBplE i .r't'TiM -- -. &- v tern aamfi "fl c Y naleafe .j .. i "v1 MtHO. ,, l4R!f issr To J 1 M,M JP oxMKJ -.1 BL' w nk- UMWgr r rew erlptp if it - ha nior). PBT T !e'f 6hrl I phla ' antr '&., Ther f the W1W b Aasctti wWtfr map. at v3 WM rvt si- wjap ; Slasf j3 SHeS. sBKWP-1 i -rn mm&tm.m " r us issttM 6 i BUSINESS LIGHTER AS WEEK BEGINS; MONEY MART FIRM Securities Being Absorbed at Previous Prices Trading in New Street Dwindles When Offerings Become Scarce. , Wfid now week Blarted with a diminished .. 'ume of business, reflecting- on absorp- S(J.?"tIon ot securities around previously pre- . , "Vailing; prices. Brokers aro negotiating foi thtl 9i'M,jr ,nreo blcks ot botads.lncludlnsPenn- jJaylvanta 4s on a BV4 and 8 per cent, basis, ana mo acraana...

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