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

i - K HaHWliMHy " i " " w " 'ilflBi(BliawNn'i, nnjwm i jy m mqsi . --r ytm-F MQHr PfWINWV-WJ1 IF yc " i5jsW j'jfh' EVENING 1BDGBR PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, NOVEMBEB 9, 19W, IUBIN, MOVIE KING, BUSINESS GENIUS, YET AN ALTRUIST Amazing Growth of Estab lishment in Last 1 8 Years. Statistics Show Vogue of Photd-play. This Is the story of the King of the Movies. It Is a story of hard work) In ventivo genius, pluck and perservorance. It tells of the rise of Slegmund Lubln from a little optician's storo In Eighth atreot between Market and Chestnut, to the head of the Lubln Manufacturing Company, In l1? years. And hero be It stated that the samo Blegmund Lubln la how worth Bomo 10 or 11 million dollars, all made In the manufacture of movlne picture films. "Ho took life as he found It" applies literally to Lubln both In the actual and the photographic sense. Eighteen jears ago ho Wsuallzcd a horse eating hay and caused a sensation and some patent-Infringing suits on behalf of Thomas A. Edison. Th...

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. — 9 November 1914

raw ihmrup" IK-tntiinAt-feaH nnnnnm 'M(l(uBeW-twue.4 , m latill iiBUisi il s-J-eTil mi Ti ofltms-f 3ft itjiV-" ?" WW'VWPffl. lPWWiWWWRWWiiww 'twwBwWi- 1W" TjejeeflBJBemBJHUref ll JUlfc 8? EVENING LEBGEK-PHILADELPHTA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 191L T3 !W-w w . . W. aw mr mi He'' , m V IE H VK (i eH $ -.-' Vl Kii ECf , r ! nun KIOAOO hioHrtM . k ' no5?.T(J iSSSM H K)N(X).- ,!& Cfv ;' S uK& Vm ,,v --sm ' Irtfcl ft SI not, hog X Tlr for to Spring) or th ID b V fe ir laud eiwl Ca1 yEtfttitt gIlj$tr runnc i,edger Company , , eznUS H. K CUIITJS, PatsitnraT. BXIo. W. Oeh, Secretary) John C. Martin, Treasurers Series Jj Lttdlnm, thltlp S Collin. John n. WU ll&mi. Dlrrctore. KDlTOnl AL BOAIID i dries II. K. Cents. Chairman. rl-'it WHALEr Executive Editor HG.MAnTIN..J... .General Budnces Manager Published dally at Fcstio LsDar.it Bulldlnr, "Independence Sauare. PhlledetDhla,. pKvnxn dtfflia. Broad and Cheatnut Streets luntifl CiTI . . ,. ...rrcit-unlen Bulldlnr tw Vosk ...... 1T0-A, Metr...

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. — 9 November 1914

BBKHMMSSHSHRBiBnMtS2flSBBKSBHHBBSaHBHnHS LaaaflaaLaaaHJIaaflaa fV "HRP - &&&QHESK&FY ' , '&WBB&!' & KjJyiHBnBHHHMMlHBaaW IIP l,l,p!,,PWI'IWl WlWlWftlMIMipii H..,i9W'ri4) ri....vwwiw- '-- - -eHwi-r ' w.f i" ;. .. . wim m r-mfrwtfmwiiimimm' vjA9.ii II , EVENING LEDGER 1111 LAD ELPHIA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 1914. m I SOCIAL' LIFE ETAMr ABOUT M PHILADELPHIA ' Al I AT th dananrtt 'Which Mrs. Qcorra Joapor .Harding, of 2215 Walnut street, will give tomorrow afternoon In the ftose Gardens of the Beltevue-Strntford to Introduce her daugh ter, Mian Jnna Harding, the receiving party tvlll Include Mies Phoebe W. Adams, Mrs. Pamuel F. Houston, Miss Charlotto Kenner Harding, Miss Grace Blgelow and Mrs. John King Van Rensselaer, nil three of New York; Miss Margaret Garrard and Miss Beulah Gar rard, of Belleport, L. I.; Mrs. Kemble Yarrow, Miss Katharine Hare, Miss Alva Sergeant, Miss Ellen Sellers and the following debu tontos! Mies Charlotte Harding Brown, Miss Margaret Ha...

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. — 9 November 1914

10 jjjtfit , EVENING LEDGEB-PHILADEEPHIA', MOKPAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1915. 'HAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST-MAID AN MATRON" '5 ''am KJ '? ;' fry-Ml iiiiiirr JRKT $fr iLBPf? " 4 UK WSfe W iftl To :fj T f 4-1 'fleas fstr tof k'T i i Titer I tot totf SertnK f the, wtu h Jtt..it RbWMUA ywt M T if The MM tm ttffrat. !j &f bM HSUMS if ftgjr pti'; , it : f MOTHERS DAY OF REST By MRS. CHRISTINE FREDERICK Author The When the command was given, "On the seventh day thou shalt not do any rte, thou, nor thr son. nor thv daugh ter, fthy manservant nor thy maidservant TftJthy cattle, i.or the stranger that Is f?Vmn the sates." nothing was said about thy wife's" work. Can It be that when rest Was commanded tor the entire fam- Uy, the wife was purposely excluded? Because even unto the present day, while father reads the Sunday paper and the children gayly go to Sunday school, , mother often stays at home to prepare the flIg Sunday dinner, so that Sunday Is, In fact, the hardest day ...

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. — 9 November 1914

SOL,.!... . Aa '"nifHipju jijAiiiiiipnmi!iiiHlpi"mauiiin, ui. tMMaifW(jjppi)Bi EVENING LEDGER -PHILADELPHIA. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1914. U 1. i.hWfci WEINERT-MEETS-DILLON -AT OLYMRIA TONIGHT-BASKETBALL ATTRACTIVE SPORT FOOTBALL SPORT AS IT IS VIEWED BY LOCAL EXPERT DE NERI QUINTET CLASHES WITH POTTERS TONIGHT Game Will Be Played in Trenton Many Eastern Leaguers Good Baseball Players News and Gossip of Cagemcn in This Vicinity. Slaughter of Perm Eleven by Michigan Athletes and Other I? Big Surprises of the Week-end Treated at Some Length Other Gridiron Gossip. fc i Ui i in 5, 4 V ' A 11 M fey EDWARD R. BUSHNELIi TVIth the exception that two rather outdid themselves, ftll tho big football teams ployed up to form on Saturday. Tho two most Important games of the day were Pennsylvania vs. Michigan and Harvard vs. Princeton. Virtually every crltlo nliO' had been following tho work of these four teams at close range and was able to form an unbiased estimate of their strength believed that Mi...

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. — 9 November 1914

bPps THUPWwm jj to i '9'xmmmmmm1'" wWmmmi m wnwi J'wj.Mjiiuwj.iM WiMjfilP j" i-TWflpyey rw NIGHT EXTRA NIGHT EXTRA :-t" PRICE ONE CENT VOL. I NO. 40 PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 0, 1914. Copistonr, 1014, i inn Pcstto Lroora Coutxm, lm STUDENTS OF PEM I ANIMALS IN PANIC 'WPJ & Sleligjet ATLANTIC CITY MAN DIES BY GAS AFTER HIS VENTURES FAIL John Levy, Lessee of Garden of Dances and Taxi Com pany Promoter, a Suicide at Seashore. HE JUST MISSED BEING A MEAL FOR LTONESS ON RAMPAGE ME FIELD GUNS RIDDLE "SOLDIERS" 3 MILES DISTANT SHOW BEATEN TEAM AS TERRIFIC GALE TOSSES SHIP ABOUT i MEASURE OF REGARD r f.kh sir T ' RIOMKr (itiPON, iliu riAtflMf IWT KHI4W txtwa ; Ti cl 8 T th it again Tfees, ;', for tc4 Soring, of tha will b w5! & - StwttJifrV pMic t C a' MJm HBBW Wwti jgi mL sjvtejHr' mt kt OS ; 2iKGM Gridiron Warriors Made to March Through Long Lines of Supporters Singing "Hail Pennsylvania" at Station. Fenn's spirit was not found wanting this morning when the varsity football U...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 10 November 1914

SiT- mi "k ';&!,?' iw n" if wui-a jmfiiwfT MMHt vfPW if'iwua" wywu-vwif&tuw, ''"WfjfT'l ?''! ' ''"J. l NIGHT EXTRA 11l.lrSi -i'ji EXTR&'-'lf ..., KTT1U1 ; . I a R 11 VOL. l-NO. 50 PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBEK 10, 1D14. Cortnton. 1014. at the rcruo I.rixint CoMt-Att. PRICE ONE C5ENT?' Emden, Sea Terror, Burned U. S. Warship Reported Blown U oney for Second Food Ship City Stock" Yard Quarantined M INCIDENTS IN THE DAY'S NEWS FROM THE PICTURE VIEWPOINT f T ; iitmirKfcHHi i iii i i , ggwwa LARKIN, WHO STIRRED LABOR IN IRELAND TO LIGHTING POINT The famous leader is attending the convention of the American Federation of Labor, and an interview with him appears in another column. M TOMMY ATKINS TAKES IT EASY IN THE HARD-WON .TRENCH British soldiers snapped during a lull In the 'Battle of the Aiwe,, whichjlqq4 m,ojrc1''th.an4 threg weeks a.nd resulted In the second great retreat 'of the Gerniansi The troopers are resting Before xesumlngthcpjrpeess of "digging, them .aelves in...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 10 November 1914

HiMf -T "tffip "W MMMfffMM(N)fcjrii'''''V' -v"i& iri i BriK .38 i to MP sr ticlaO assdH.', l UtM$,- i rr. Piitr,- crtpWf Vs t" te rv .. L3L" U. ', MJ, ' mrm stl.-, the,:! pl&tl i the As 3 wnl" OS F.i el ce5 y ? S' 01;! r ,Ttt W fi fhirtm tti , c It Ti. o !r t Heft prf ttttitPfj' lis Je f (is EVENING LEDOER-Prrn.ADBLPniA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1D14. "For God's sake em; actually face hunger and size facts of Belgium distress. Millions starvation. Urge America to send food." These words are torn not from a sentimental story book. They are torn man with cool head not given to romancing, who sees with Iris own eyes the from the heart of an American who is on the spot in Europe, a trained newspaper suffering. And who cables to Philadelphia for aid. For God's Sake Send Food rore Than Heard to illion'of Philadelphia's People Are Yet to Be He the Relief Ship "Thelma" Waits y a Cargo of Food to the Starving Belgians Wh These million people of Philadelphia are men, women and children t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 10 November 1914

AKr- t .f - J f'g??M,fl?'i!''HpS1')l'tt ?t '"'"l'l',l''''NnTtiiirtm,n -in m T- H wmx&H m?wKmMywyMtm 'wgaWjiPPP.fif'M''1 1'"? ' w'WfflM(l' j..pM v jii i vj x MgKgM' 1 i NIGHT EXTRA NIGHT EXTRA tut VOL. I NO. SO PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1014. CortttotiT. 10H, bt thi Polio Lim Courinr. pities o:ntd cent BRITISH STEAMSHIP ABLAZE; RUSHING BACK TO VIRGINIA SECOND MERCY n n JiCTsJ -TV JcjTjIyWvAw W flSfo i V ) I I V I I t i EMM BURNED 'BYBRITMSHIP IN.IKDIANOCEAN German Cruiser Koenigsberg ' Also Ends Career as Com merce Destroyer England Acclaims Naval Victories. . VICTIMS OP T?CE EMDEN LONDON, Nov. 10. So far as known the German cruiser Emtlcn had cap .Ured, sunk or driven ashore 2-1 ves sels In her raids on Allies' ships In tho Pacific Ocean. The 21 ships aro as follows: WARSHIPS. Hmilin crulier S.mtchur. French destroyer Mcuiquet. STEAME11S. Collier Bunk nlbtra , Indus Foyle Lovat Chlkliana KIllFn Trollut Diplomat Benmohr Trabboeh. Clan Grant Kablmra Kxfort Craft iman Pon...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 10 November 1914

wv; TAW - .' fefcv i, . n i' iirw' 1 EVENING LEDGER-rHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1914. Hr Si (i(d risntrrc ' xos i.iir i 9HPOS W j T! bf. tof vm f 3- V pe Thl. k inr. 4 delph is 8tl -4 Hitler m institr JR H I en Ft IH; ! pot 1 P? w v la IBSBK . I at 9 isIB ntha. m 1 BsaaK l.taaf K. 9 H 1LT: WL isaam! HUM- ft-- U B prth ml 1 'W K 1 ocate E" V BB I Thar h 9m- Hmaj for toJ wBfTT Yf of the I Wi HBk win i -. X HBry wnsttq,' m 3 hLv JBmi i - Hf MR VBBBt 'i- f: IEM& JT T'L m aa15 h.' imp 9Jt H 3mK& BBR-: K IK. H uwJli he VI ,. ArtortMt m3SOTE n " t hw HMP n v" ' :x I BV MBvwi S -1 far B jH Jw wwo m& mi ... . , B lfr-UK MIT MHl KiAtilw7 al Skt HE.aff - 4K bki -m 2 LBkaTLf r v jft cm:a CIVIL WAR AGAIN MENACES MEXICO; lASH SEEMS NEAR General Outbreak of Hostili , ties Between Forces of Car ranza and Villa Expected in 24 Hours. K By ARTHUR CONSTANTINE MEXICO CITY, Nov. 10.-Anothcr civil tvnr In Mexico Is Imminent. A general outbreak of hdstlllttes be- between tho armed force...

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. — 10 November 1914

i t r, mMb io, itrii;y;.aE5Si 'WW-nflHB djb. EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBEB 10, 1914. u 3 r jfil I 'Sir BRUMBAUGH'S HOME FOLKS TURHOUTTO SHOW HIM HONOR Huntingdon County's Cele bration Begins Moment Governor-elect Crosses Line. HUNTINGDON, Pa., Nov. lO.-Novcr beforo In Huntingdon County's history has she honored a native son no whole heartedty aa at tho reception given hero this nfternoon and evening for the Governor-elect, Martin Grove Urumbaugh. Dr. Brumbaugh arrived at 1:62 o'clock this afternoon. Ab Boon as his train passed tlio county line, tho celebration In his honor began. Tho train stopped at Mt. Union 10 min utes. Thero the Governor-elect was Erected by Bovorat thousand people. Hun dreds of school chlldron waved flags and Ming patriotic songs, nnd congratulatory shouts came from friends on nil sides. The brick works closed down that tho employes might greet their favorltp. These were only a few features of tho big Mt. Union gathering which Doctor Brumbaugh ...

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. — 10 November 1914

r VtM r ft Mm'. E, 5T I ritcKg it tU II &l f ,".?w Ge lout' an w tST, jp It! & , tKs iBPM I '$ ALLIED RANKS STAND FTRM AGAINST FIERCE ATTACKS "CnnltnuKl from Tnite On from defeat by a dash on General Gronjc's forces near Doornberg, V SmiMl Afrirrt fnljiaelnrr .......La. if Crisis men taken prisoners by the loyal . 6flCrS. Hi (fill W killerl in lll tlCrtction. General Beyers, the rebel Reader, met defeat in a skirmish along & the Vet River. "ALLIES BEAT BACK ATTACKS AS BATTLE PAniS, Nov. 10. Official announcement was made today that o German attack In considerable cforte south of Yt)ra wu roDUlscd on I. fMahtlny, nnd that the French soldiers TlmU made appreciable nrouresg around Hxschootc and between Ypres and Ar Yjtncntleres. The British troops also re pulsed all the attacks made by tho Ger mans. The battle continues with undiminished , .Tyftury, however, Its llerceness being In ' ahcrcB,ei1 by the reinforcements that both j i Abides havo received. speT'wnw TlIE OFFICIAL...

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. — 10 November 1914

j&jj&s! BB."r;'Tga ffBinimiiifmMfflir""agT-'lFS i fin a. ' - -- J- J -""A fJ"TIW'1WHH n.jsr "S-TF,'"' , . , Evening ledgerphiladeli'iiia, Tuesday, November 10, 1014. 6 w U.S. IN DIRE NEED OF SHRAPNEL Supply of This Country Piti ful in Comparison With Europe's Frankford the Sole Manufactory. Tho present unprcparedness of the tJliltctl States to defend herself from land attack by hobtllo nations, according to military men, has pcrliaps never before, bien better Illustrated than today, when largo corporations, knowing this Govern ment operates only ono plant for tlio manufacture of shrapnel complete, are either erecting or contemplating building great establishments to mako artillery ammunition. It Is generally conceded by army ex perts In a position to know that In Europo at the present time any one of the great nations nt war Is llrlng moro shrapnel In a singles week than In manufactured by this Government In a year. Lieutenant Colonel George Montgomory, command ant of the Fr...

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. — 10 November 1914

ggggHiijiy)S'.g;l---L'"lT'''W'1 J? WM'HPli.''i''J-1-1 ')" ,' qjye ?P -fT r -TM KwPfRf?? Msv-i" - (i(f U"'W ' Sr w fgjpn'fW w ri a BtHHMInijr - ' "y "Mpi JSST r IT5 BPffW wPWHpp'I!,! ... IIIIIHHIMMlH III'MIWI111 Kf'--'HP - ft- p- w? !:. flHSr fii its aaSsUnt luainf ' ior M.1H i ?ny,: mio . TVi llSt. Ktiyvf tl W SMPl ii ii plh f liU I Thar f ft, J for t4,-i'' M fSprtnsi, , f -of th 4- - vm b W sal .JgaBr. F Actl feSE Wl(U ".?. IZ (& -fHaaSi- !! . . .. . . . SECOND SHIP TO CARRY RELIEF Continued ff0m yx One nJ the nev. A. R. &teck, of the First Lutheran Church. CONOilKCIATtON COMTntnUTSS. ' Sternberg 'of tho Church f tim Aim. f townr, at 47th street and Klngsesslng ave- u,ek rent a check for l. j2Tho boya who betting lo Ilntlery A, of rj ncgimcnt. of I'aimyra, N. J., and e ages range between s nnd mi. nnii. id the belief hrndniiat-i n.i n.... i.j bcgun-it fcrellmlrntry canvas In South Jer sey. They slated that they Intended to visit the homes of farmer. Their first Contribution...

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. — 10 November 1914

WSaam (y EVENING LlStfCTEft-HlLADKLPHIA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1914. &$ j I p i 0,250,000 BRITONS READY FOR DUTY, : SAYS KITCHENER Nation Needs More Men Despite Patriotic Response to Call to Colors, War Minister -Announces. ff LONDON. Nov. 10. Great Drltnln hns 1,250.000 men In train Jim tor tho war tn England alone, thin number not Including those of the over seas dominions Thla statement was mndo by Lord Kltchcnor In his speech nl the ,' Lord Mayor's baimuot Inst night, nml lie added that he would continue to call jfor more men until the enemy had been crushed. Confldenco In tho ultlmato success of the allied nrms was expressed by Lord Kitchener, who praised the tcrrltorlAls, particularly the London Scottish and the Knst Indians; spoko of the admiration of tho British troops for "the glorious French nrmy." and said: "Under the direction of General Joffre, who Is not only a great military lender, but a great man, wo may confidently rely on the ultimate success of tho allied for...

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. — 10 November 1914

S&To W W tA EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA", TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 3912. i ' , . I X 'furl Lir Ma. 51 u - p.. . fci & tjjfi dns mi wtw Us ' F Icimttttg iEier PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY craOS II. K CUnTIS. r4BS!t!T. Oeo. W. Oehs. Secretary; John C. Martin, Treasure"!:) jthsries It. liUdtngtcm, Philip 8. Collins, John n. WIN ijm, Directors. BDtTORIAI, BOARD ! Cities It. K. Conns, Chslrnwn. J IT. WItAt,BY RvctolM! Rdltor JOHN O. MAMHN General uInMniser i Hi i i .M - Published dally at Pontic l.iem KulMlng, Independence Equate, Philadelphia. gfamrsn Cbvibal. ,nnit and Chestnut streets ArtAXiio Citt Irtis-Vnlon Ilulldlng Nw Tomt , 170-A, Metropolitan Tower unioioo SIT Home Insurance llullillns; London 8 'Waterloo riace. Tall Mall, S. W. JJfrWSUUnBAUS! rfsntCBfl Bcnr-AO The Patriot nulMlns; WABHl-wro- IlcnrAU The r Building Nett York nuitKAU The rimr null line BkjiLix Hcbkau 00 FrledrIrhtrao Losdon nciiBAU 3 rail Mall Ban. - V. Pabis Bobkau... 32 Hue Louts lc Urund SUBSCRIPTION TERMS By c...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 10 November 1914

-m?"Tr,5Tzlj."iiJH!aiSisr r lt .. . -- Jdittij.AIk . i. , . . .... ..i up j ; T' . " v lfWfftM4 IWr ? rrV? J- fe JP v .., -fri,r.r . .. . .-. r '. - ' -u'' i ?"fj V W 4WAMAi3AWiW ,r-v , fflJ14P tH-Jp, " """ "'r''W fevENING LEDGUK -PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1914. d K y SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA A DEBUTANTE for whom a number of af fairs will be given will be Miss May IJrln ton, daughter of Blnney Brlnton, of Over brook. Mr. Brlnton will Rive a theatre party, which- will bo followed by a supper at the Hits Carlton, the nlRht of Saturday, November SI (Mrs. William S. MaeLarcn will give a dance for Jllss Brlnton In Easter week. Two cousins of l!la Brlnton are also among the debutantes of tho season, Miss Caroline Ives Brlnton and Miss Anna Blnney Brlnton, daughters of Mr. nd MrB. Ferreo Brlnton, of St. Davids, who are spending the winter Rt the Aldlnc. The engagement Is announcod of Mlts Marian Richer, daughter of the Hev. and Mrs. Alban Itlchey, of New Casttc, Del ...

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. — 10 November 1914

- mfumt i, irirfrwi "ufajjUp" ""-"r"?'rSWjptrt"" ' l1 - lyrtn--r-r--i-T(wuy wwpiaiuifefBwtj, 10 EVENING LEDGEB-PHIkADELPHIA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1914. WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON LionfJL in ar PINCH By 0. HOUSTON GOUDISS Pood Hxpert, V&ft, Untied States hns begun In earnest gegr tha warring nations of Kuropo. t?35' sPtember wo sent abroad twlco VWucn 'wnftt "! corn, 11 times as jmttch. fresh beof, 1J times as much sugar, Ighl times as much canned goods, 36 tlmas m much oats, eight times as mush Tics ard 10 times as much barley as wo exported during September of the pre saging year. If the domand were only temporary. wo might wgard It as a stroke of Rood luolc. It It were to be a permanent con dition, and wo had had ample time to prepare for It by Increasing our produc tion, it would mean wealth and prosperity for1 tho whole country through the enormous Increase of export trade But. as the matter stands, U Is meeting mn mars-ancy abroad a...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 10 November 1914

l , jfo a f-wjlsfei rBK . ijfH -f v iti3U3s. -, "; -; ' BVENINQ LISD&EB PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1012. It 3 j I 'f f rrrr r nrr- nnr - K EDUCATION BOARD TOLD 21ST WARD SCHOOL IS MENACE Chestnut Hill Organizations Declare Building Endan gers Health of Pupils and Urge New Structure. The J C. aiUcrtpublle school building en Hlfjlitahd avenue, Chestnut Hill, and ihe annex on Gcimnntown avenue were declared antiquated and menaces to the lives and health of pupils In communica tions to the Hoard of Education today from the' 21st Ward Board of Trade nnd tho J. C Gilbert Homo and School Asso ciation. The organizations contend there Is lack W of facilities for escapo it children In case iV of flro, duo lo crooked stairways. Poor t ventilation and Inadcnuate lighting of class rooms-are also pointed out. An urgorJr demand was made that tho Board of Buueatlon erect a modern school building to replace tho old structure, on a alto owned by tho city at Hldgo avenuo and Fountain stre...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 10 November 1914

EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA5, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1914. FAIRMOUNT AND PALACE CLUBS STAGE FIGHTS TONIGHT-SHAKE-UP AT PENN PENN ELEVEN ' IS FACING TODAY . A GREAT CRISIS Much Improvement Will Be Necessary in Order to Make Good Showing Against Dartmouth. GOLF HANDICAP COMMITTEE HAS ; DONE GOOD WORK DEERI QUINTET ABLE TO m IN CAGE OF ENEMY & Francis B. Warner Deserves Much Credit News and Trenton Defeated in Hot Contest Last Night by Phil adelphians Score Was 29 to 22. - Comment From Clubs This Vicinity. in 12 SHive?S? I "aSoWi: I I t mSnjo mu Co I V I Pot ow s few rccords - , Vrt eo&TS a VoTbwel A3j I cijimct- - 1 U t WHY . trt Fo. necortoi; i U jaS-.SJ I " I AV' I l" I 7?!OTi'rS)NJUST irArV75Jk H ) "? t ftl -L V 0 proy CV fCor! t The work of tho Hnndtcnn Committee ef the Golf Association of Philadelphia, is an exeecdlnnty illfflcutt task, but thin 1'ear'a committee, of which Francis 11. "Warner, Philadelphia Crlcltot Club, Is chnlrrrtnn, has done Its work well. This was prov...

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