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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 10 November 1914

iHAJ','au.Ul!J.L,v'.-,);A'a'Jllg,'KT,l.'-..'H.-l''L-4'-l'-t ' - - -iiy "'"? - -" j$VH Pmscrrsir aHrvcy ;- - -"-- v !- i.ww ?? ' 1 Sf r-v-- i3i k EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1011, jjWWWWlWUUlLUlWWBgWaBWBJBgW mw II; I. , PW f,I , iMORE STRENGTH IN SECURITY MARKETS; ,' OIL ISSUES ADVANCE Volume of Business Re stricted Only by Scant Of I ferings; New Low Record i for Reichsmarks Cables. Increased strength was sliown In all so cui,ty inail.ets, with tho volume of busl- ' hens lostrlctcd onl.u by the scant offerings. Unjera wore to be found at advanced I Jirlces, with tho Standard Oil Issues the most prominent feature. Prairie Oil, which had ranged for some 5ays from 310 to 515, sold this morning nt IU3 Anglo-American at J3i and Standard 1 Oil of New Jersey at SCO. These Issues ) indicate th" general range of Standard OH Blocks, winch havo gained 2 to IS points rtvlthln tho past few days. Inquiries for bonds wera met every where. Pennsylvania Js of IMS wera In ' I d...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 10 November 1914

Kts"i rgQgfciJm,Ji. ,lf-w5frt' B tf " riaftl K-f-BSpr-jT 'Ki'JUtJ il ' yv " ','! lill)"lJ7 , NIGHT EXTRA NIGHT EXTRA Cuemn i fi VOL. I-NO. 50 PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1914, PRICE 030) GENT COMJIKHIT, 10H, BI TUB PUSLIO LKJI COMMNT. pre! nl mi confl effotl aut 01 M i Mi AN KM li M. fVl"Tixn nnnTimrmrr lE'liAWliSilKKttWrm STORY OF DEATH Antwerp Resident Tells of 'fi Seeing Zeppelin Bomb ' Thrown Which Killed 15. Talked to Russian Allies. SIMON BERRIN Worn and haggard from his experiences In the Curopoan theatre of war, Simon JJerrln, the first Belgian refugee to reach this port, landed from the steamship Merlon, of tho American Line, today. Many other passengers, mostly Ameri can tourists and English subjects fleeing from tho war, were aboard. Berrin was by far the most sought nftor passenger In the first cabin. He told of tragedy and sorrow for strug gling little Belgium and how he had been forced to ilee for his life when the Germans took Antwerp, his native city, Onco he...

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. — 11 November 1914

W'W' sywrj. ' '"j"-- tjwv "jy77SEW - '.KVBj&BMmmMMmKKxmmt' ' A. w NIGHT EXTRA. . I EXTRA -L. -X .. - - .. IHTnid UMllllfirti pppnpwwim NIGHT &)ttf KF arilfifl MB ff f jBB -frSpSfc- ""M'W jSH "V K3. J i I w. V h V VOL. INO. 51 PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1914. Corrittant. 1014, t tnBrnito Lkdoct CoMFAtr, !PBICE ONE CENT : Germans Capture Dixmude tatewide Appeal for Belgians Cossack Dash Cuts Foe's Line; Fire at Jeannette 000 00 . A PICTORIAL REPORT OF THE DAY'S ACTIVITIES -. "DONKEY" .RAISING LOAD OF FLOUR. FOR ..THELMA'S HOLD ( ( " r This morning found the workers at' the 'foot of Dock street putting; every energy into the task of getting off the Belgian relief, ship at 'earliest possible moment. THE THELMA'S COMMANDER Captain Hendrickson, who will get all the speed his vessel's engines are good for In his errand of mercy. Copyright, Underwood & Undrwood. BELGIAN REFUGEES AT ALEXANDRA PALACE, LONDON Petrus Vorhoovon, his wife and nine children. They lo st every...

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. — 11 November 1914

mmmmmammmmmmmm wmmn ESKSSSrSE V Ww' im ail byl thl K' H thi roe6 m 'smu tt WmS afc - fi&HK imp wt't ftjfc h. fit Wi WHiwim CAMDEN "THE BIGGEST LITTLE CITY lft.lt 5. vcra? cmploys tjrt: to anew ?? coaccw pcrttt eMrs sorter D or ?,?vr : CAMDEN MAKES ILL GOODS, FROM fc WARSHIPDOWN '- -Biggest Little City in the .v "World" Leads in Amazing tt, Number of Important In . dustrial Plants. rjlie Largest Soup Factory, Talk- t ing Machine Factory and Lace Factory on the Planet Are ' tRight Across the Delaware At .. River. Over across the river you Bet thero by 'ferry and it costs but 3 cents there's a city of some 103,000 Inhabitant, which 'Is the biggest little city In the world. ''It's tittle as far as population and acre age arc concerned, but enormously big "wnen It comes to the question of the manner In which thine are done. ' "the name of the city. If you haven't 'llMady guessed tt, Is Camden. And when "it comes to doing; things, the big; little town la a. place of the first magnitud...

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. — 11 November 1914

'?-; t-gejjr f " a M -M iifejv8!riwm3 ! -- -XjXjJ&A-- .- NIGHT EXTRA n NIGHT EXTRA mMJ VOL. I-NO. 51 PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1914. COPtltOHT, 10H, ST in FCSMO LlMn COMPIHT. PRICE ONE CENT. S Jtr "a, f 4&&&&f-to. mraoer I J' III !! II il I I m & I ALLIES LOSE DIXMDDE AS TEUTON DASH TO SEA Germans Occupy Belgian Town After Weeks of Fighting, But Lose Ground on North Wing. Kaiser's Progress Toward Coast Admitted by French War Office Battle Grows Fiercer Around Ypres. Heavy Cannonading Lays Threo Towns In Ruins British Stand Firm Against Incessant Attacks. Tlic capture by the Germans of Dixmude, the Belgian town near the North Sea coast, around which des perate fighting has centred for weeks, is admitted in the official communique issued this afternoon by the Paris War Office. The occupation of this town shows that the Kaiser has made progress in his drive to the sea, although this advantage is partly offset by the re occupation by the Allies of Lom...

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. — 11 November 1914

uumwi tmmmmm wpngw wa ff m &4 pm H'l HP k.i; S3 Sa w Bt '. .M Fs ev , tel nil tlbsl fc!s fth"oi 1 Intel J fothfj l Cob lion WS M f S3 I -1j: It T4Pjw -mm KJiS- -'ttfrfisA-- Jpfp SwwF oHf SH CARRANZA'S OFFER TO QUIT SPUMED BY PEACE COMEM Generals Assembled at Aguascalientes Ordered to March Against Mexico Gity Battle Expected. LAUEDO, Texas, Nov. ll.-ttnllrond eonimunloailon between Mexico City and llui American border was cut oft today. Announcement was made that trains be tween Laredo and Monterey would bo operated on tho National Ilallwny, A train which left for the Mexican capital yes terday afternoon returned this morning'. ,. By JOHN W. ROBERTS AGJUASCALIBNTKS. Mex., Nov. 11. General Vcnustlano Carranzn's condi tional offer to resign has been rejected by the peace, convention and the troops controlled by tho generals assembled here have been ordered to march on Mexico Clty-and drive tho Carranzlstas from power. General Villa hns been placed In supremo command of these troop...

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. — 11 November 1914

T'TTfrftM t&& vM4 f- t $ I -?'it, sSftftf ,w'' uYu. iWK , EVENING- LETfflEB-PHIKAPEEPHia-, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBBS K. TOM. . V r Mr '3K V" ft MEW WAR MENACES COLORADO STRIKERS, SAYS MINER CHIEF Adolph Genner Declares Serious Trouble Would Follow Withdrawal of Federal Troops. "There will be another Ludlow." The nhswer came to the question, "What will lmppen If tho Federal troops are withdrawn from Colorado?" It won given by Adolph dermer. vice president of the United Mine Workers of Illinois, now attending the American Federation of Labor convention. Oefmer took an actlvo part In tho recent struggles In Colorado. Qcrmer Is a. big man. His nhouledrs nqutiro olt like powerful mountain ledges. Ho looks ntralght Into you. "And 'do you think Wilson will be ablo to bring about somo kind of a settlement to prevent this?" "He haBn't got tho backbone. He hasn't got the nerve to compel Rocke feller to carry out his terms of peace.' "Is It prcbablo that tho Federal troops will be withdrawn ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 11 November 1914

K fe m 51 f r K flSr JHL I!' lon Itess feti WMjt ml att B1 HfS-H, En5 fc fw i Dtk.7L. lit; - feAlSER'S DRIVE GAINS AS , IftnnMnittd from I One Turkish troops and retreat of the Rus fans in Causasia. Turkish forts in Armenia have fall en before the fierce dash of the Rms ' eian invaders, according to Petro EfSfirau' dispatches. An attempt to flank line Russians was foiled. The Cos- ALLIES LOSE DIXMUDE BUT ' PARIS, Nov. 11. ' Clxmudn, the Belnlan town around hlch was centred the harried righting In Flanders, has been captured by the Germans, This was Admitted In nn ofll elal statement Issued here this afternoon. The statement showed that the Ger man have renewed their drive to the1 Stench coast, which was temporarily halted by the cutting of the dykes In tha lower valley oMhe Yer. , It stated that the battle had been re sumed with great ferocity between N'lou port and the Mver Lys. Thin Is the first tlmo since the Veer Valley was flooded that Nleuport has been mentioned In nn ofnelal ...

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

SSKflS ?wff T ""TWw?frr7,7 W'J'WVis Itastttsil i cqsi wm?8Mmm v.iCE- : . EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1914. 6 - ,,-aM- mmwmwu ijiii,ipijwjijpiipsw j KAISER HASTENS FORCE TO DEPD POSEN AND THORN Feverish Activity Displayed to Stem Russian Tidal Wave Into Silesia Inhab itants in Flight. STORE OrBNS BJSO A. SI. CLOSES AT BJJO P. M. ; mail on nio.vn onDnns pilled esses OUR WONDERFUL 23d Yellow Trading Stamps Free ANNIVERSARY OFFER f ' W' K i PETKOGRAD, Nov. 11. Reports to tlio Wnr Office declare tlio Germans nro rushing reinforcements toward Thorn nnd rosen. All railroad linos nro given ovor to the transporta tion of troops which nro being concen trated In the line of tho Russian advance. Russian columns, which havo crossed and dislocated the outer line of the Ger man strategic railways running around northern and central Poland, report feverish activity. They have been ablo to nrrest, the German movements on the railroads nearest tho frontier, but farther back t...

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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. — 11 November 1914

V t i n 1c nM It ft: r. : 'd . rI ?1 VI th lri jnoi land out flvel llm roeei 'IS i! m , tea pe I'-. .'ins dels wm FoF Instil on irri I ts M tho o iheia ) fclg (T. '', IK the o-; arv (InteiJl We moU.Um' wm ' i tonSsf: IflraJK. IthflK .tetaBp- t . 1 s& J' 1 IMe. sag, rf(wip ME jMNCfp "ft iafaflP 4BsgT HnB rHsb TI IfllllT l-.'saBSS MMI MI.M R Jvmti Tw' XME fy Jar. sV bslt m jtmLt 1SSK1 H uihIii msafcj- WB&X JmmSS Wkm ,iP?-iKr?rw' " MtATB IS CALLED ON FO RELIEF ritinoii from Vntt One n Chfrrles, Ditvld and Hugh Toune, & Tftlt utrMt. helm. Davis. 9 Stars old. la proud over ft vih fact that her first name Is the same nsltie Mtrcy snip No. l. sno sent 10 me tellei bureau 12.10. In her letter she Jyfthed Captain Hendrlckson and the -wantshln Thelma cood luck and ex- .f re3 the wish that nolhlnir would hup- WPtTt-Ao her whllo sho was on the deep. Titeinw wrote tnat She win senn more MSntf Utef From. Berwick, Pa., caine a letter written by George Van Scoty, 8 years old, who enclos...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 11 November 1914

',ww9'Tpimwrn wn mWkM&im T&3 Wf" .Sv EVENING LEDaER-PHItiAPELPHIA WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 101j ifyipiJiipiniijviii.wwiiWPAVi f n ? A. t V. Z d I OLD DEATH HOUSE RINGS WITH SHOT AS SPY IS SLAIN Carl Hans Lody Executed in London Tower as German Agent Married Ameri can Girl, Posed as,. American. LONDON, Nov. 11. tt Is olUclntly an nounced that Cntl Hans Lody. ollan Charles A. IngHs, xvho wns found Bullty by a court-martial of esplonaite on No vember 2, w(ih shot as n Bpy on Friday. Lody, when arrested. Bald he wns an Amertcnn, but later confessed that he wad a German. He had lived In New York mid Omnhn, In the latter city he ttlnrrled the daughter of Gottlieb Btorz, 6. brct .e, hut she divorced him. The statement concerning the execution merely cald: "Sentence was duly con Jl, IH-med." It Is understood that I.ody died prune, refusing to tha last to reveal the name of i, iho superior ofneer from whom he ndmlt- , ted he had received his Instructions to ispy on the Urltlsh navy. T...

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. — 11 November 1914

mmmm rw wofw im EVENING LEDGER-tHlLADELPH!A WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1914. e. -o toS tJnof .flr beef 1, e?S 53 ing, delp in Jimi Fo? lntlf I ! ?n.Fl, 5m 3jjtl.. m JEw.- the o hel I llltlt or ' 'Btho eu -BXntenff Cor, n ; Bnrs.'f, . thAi,W m m I ' I W m $' h ic . . .- Tiir-4.. &; . .uuiiuui rjirsrssp Tiiuiincr I fltinttr'TUnprn rnunimv L& t " -" --"vriiv V.WHH iUl i . ... witt uwnioij , avuii 11 !! mit iirnsuici , vnnn it ummnon, i-ninp a roiiins, jcnn n. wn--$ tlarn. Directors. jfe BDtTOM AI. BOAP.D (,,. CtftM II. K. Ctnii8,,ChalrnMn. ... h. wiiAiitix nxerutive Btutor "i ram , iOjIKC. MAIlTttt Osnenil nunttiMi Munnirer ffi Ti llfri i FuVrted dally at risuo LsMen nulldtntr, ' PS? - Jmlnndenef EfliMirft. PhllAitotnhlii. tA" n? lT.nA rVrnlt. T)tu..1 nhJ rkulntii Bt.-- AtUlMIC Citt rrest-Vnton Building Kil Toi ..1T0-A, Metropolitan Toner j Clifoioo 817 Heme Insurant Building f Loxcox.. 8 Waterloo Piece, Pall Mall, 8. W. M tt. .. v U.vAUo. ..... : ujiwuibcso iii'tiMtr The ralriot ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 11 November 1914

LEDGEE-PkllTADELPHIA', WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER U, 19X5. EVENING rh- n &.' "" ' ' ' - t ...... if SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA MIL AND MBS. EDWARD C, DALE, of Cheltenham rontl, AVhltomarsh, will glvo a smnll dinner dance tonight In honor of Miss Mary Tyson Denckla, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman A. Denckln, of AVhltcmnrsh. Miss 'Denckln, who lion the beauty and charm of her mother" and aunts, who were considered the ieiiutles ot their day, Is among the debutantes "of this season. Mrs Denckla was Miss Edith 'Tjson, and her Bisters me Miss Mary Tyson, Mrs. Percy Drayton, v. ho was Miss Caroline Tyson, and Mrs. Brentwood Smith, who will 'bo remembered as Miss Patty Tyson. . At the dnnco tonight there will be about 80 Bursts, who will be seated at small tables, rhlladclphlan arc promised no end of danc ing this season, for iho hotels havo begun early In the season to cater to the crazo, which promises to bo renewed with unabated vigor as 'the wlhtci season pi ogresses The St. J...

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. — 11 November 1914

j-mf in 'pi!Ji.u uiwy? 10 EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA', WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1914. WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON is. l M THE GLAD HEART 'Ellen Adair Advocates The Optimistic Outlook. MODES OF THE HOUR rp-i Ri i i.xf KoiheS Cot..! rp-Ktont, Wra; IttaA LtM Tksf for U" If-mm rjf m sw- an KJ5PL HRI"' ISPif m -BSSBBBT 1IP ' Bow jjcrafc St ft -t I '3 ' To !ftrld I a full of bucJi wonderful thln, ' iffihst.I'm. sure we .hnuld Kit ho t hannv i :t " -k!hr "Tea, If wo have the seeing eye and the tinderstandlng heart i Too many of us ore like the Man With the Hako In tho "Pilgrim's Progress." who was so pre occupied With his task that he could not raise his eyes from tho ground, and tailed to see tho sheer loveliness of the sky above. For him tho singing of the birds and the glory of tho sunlight had no meaning. They wero something far P, vheyond his knowledge, Too. many of us are following in tho footsteps of the Man with the Hake. To auoh poor creatur...

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. — 11 November 1914

lAWlllAU!yiU.wifci i ii k 1 1 1 1 mir iiM T "i, - '; .,i " . , i . . w? . , . W' ( i.V jl i -i . .rj ?..:?si EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1014. ? 5! WANT A JOB? NEED A MAN? CONSULT LEDGER CENTRAL Expert There Gives Advice to Seekers and Relieves Employer of Burden of Engaging Help. WHEN THE CITY STRIVES TO GIVE WAYWARD YOUTH USEFUL HABITS WELFARE WORKERS' GRAVEST PROBLEM CLUERIE3 v;murmmmm m a V,v ft m 'A y . Wi M ',f W; fL'M '.'"'.V P ANSWERS A' V, &a MX' V. $M W yv; ran y Ma Qvt$tltM$ tMbmlttti to "Mtnr Otn' tral," tituatid in O.r Rol Kilal Tnui tlulldtncr, at Bread and Chetfitui itrnit, will b aiunctnd In (Ml column. - w S WA .vf, w Vv m rTjsr S I ML iSjXIX If VC in lv V u. E Thoro la n man In our town and lie. like tho Individual In tlio nursery Jingle. I.i wohdrotis wise. Ho stands behind a counter up at Ledger Contrat and his note business Is to doviso ways and means for getting good men who aro out of Jobs back Into the niche which best suits thcin...

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. — 11 November 1914

fggp I I iW P" rs??pSfps -swww" "mmwij" iijpuppKi i EVENING LEDGEK-PBILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER IT, 1914. JL Lai WILL PENN ELEVEN REGAIN ITS PRESTIGE?-COACH PIKHALA MAY COME TO AMERICA B k iw. PM Iwhsm PhKWg i . ? hrJ SIVS'll MIt. Pi Loce ;ue iarl .fed Btij ap ;CB tb3 iof r BK i? i In Jmoi and out i flvel ithel 'bee! . In J ri'i IU)B O iJlElli t the Jattj titht .Co: .ton Lt h iraln Kaft 'fit hi : thwH ..PENN ELEVEN IS TO MAKE ' FALIANT "COME-BACK" EFFORT .Question in Minds of Followers of Game Remains -; Answered Team Is Being Primed for Dartmouth Saturday. f By EDWARD XI. 11X13 tt NELTi "What Pennsylvania does nsnlnst Dart mouth on Saturday will be a pretty sUre , BUIila to what the Quakers' football foot ers may expect In the Cornell Rnme on Tlinnksglvluc Day. Defeat always takes o(no spirit out of a man, and In spite of the" wonderful reception which the Penn sylvania undergraduates gave their beaten itam when It returned homo Monday mornlnc. the eleven can't foigct the Mich...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 11 November 1914

mmm&miiMM mmiMmmmim-ma 3Tv- - -j.? n R.5'li""r tWjF" ViAAetW v 'l iiVl t. vl Sjssete! INCREASED ACTIVITY SHOWN IN TRADING; MONEY WPS IN N.Y. Business on a Larger Scale Than at Any Time Since Closing on July 30 Ster ling Exchange Lower. Uovelopments In the various markets nhcrc trading Is being carried on con tinued to show Increased activity and sttcngth today. In New York tlio trad ing In listed and unlisted bonds la on a latger scalo than at any time bIiico tho i:.xclinngo closed on July 30. Tho removal of all restrictions In trading In unlt9tcd and municipal bonds In tills city caused tnore business. The most important development In N.w Yoik today was tho breaking through of tho (! per cent, rata for both call and time money. Coll loans thora ivr-re made to high-Clans houses on first class and ample collateral at 4',4 per cent., With tlio nRrecmont that tho loans, will bo paid If called. Time money changed hands at 6 per cent., and thero Was u full supply offering at '6 per ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 11 November 1914

wpw wmmmmm NIGHT NIGHT EXTRA. fceJaUUs ; yoii. i-no. si i J iTim.li i PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1914. PRICE ONE CENT Coetsiani, 1014, tt ins Pcsuo Ledou Courattr. Bia BANKERS FROM ALL PARTS OF D. S. : FLOCKING INTO CITY Sletor .:. WITH PEN AND PENCIL AT THE AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR. CONVENTION SAILING VESSELS WILL CARRY OIL ACROSSATLANTIO Exporters, Unable to Charter Steamships, Engage Schooner Fleet Flying American Flag. m,'i 1 M fenotif ssit-"1 sjnsewa iJ 1 fcrtpU Kt mm . f ,nSS!-i i- on wjjf .. ; t wot: une o IhtlS 1 Ifcl r' ru & Jlnita roth Co ItOB ftw-yBP Mft OCa EMor "fit '" Convention Will Discuss Im portant Questions of World Finance Sir George Paish a Speaker. Members of tho Board of Governors of tho Investment Hunkers' Association of America will meet at 2 o'clock this af ternoon In the Bellevue-Stratford and con sider matters to be put before the third Annual convention of the association, Which opens tomorrow and will continue luntll Friday night. . "...

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. — 12 November 1914

Rr7 7ipsf97ww;r T ;f -y?'"' JvT"L 1 fitifei ?1 pf' i7W?-&f NIGHT ,w. . -, , "T " ! NIGHT EXTRA t TOL. I2tf0. 52 PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 11)11. PRICE ONE GENT CorrminT, 1014, nt tnn folio Lnxint Commit. Russians Capture 20,000 Germans- Allies Gain In Aisne Battle Cheers for Gompers Mercy Ship Sails -Negro Offends Wilson s iWwws(r5n"T h 't y 7 k I it w:: il! i 1 M J AT HOME AND ABROAD IN THE WORLD OF NEWS WITH THE CAMERA COUNTING THK MONEY FOR BELGIANS' RELIEF t At-the headquarters of the committee in the Lincoln Building. Nearly $10,QOO was contributed yesterday and handled at this counter, bringing the total to 5135,000. THE THELMA, LADEN WITH FOOD FOR BELGIANS, LEAVING HER PIER THIS AFTERNOON As the ropes were cast off a great cheer from the thousands assembled at the foot of Dock street resounded across the river, to give godspeed- to tho ship on her errand of mercy to the starving! The Mayor, members of his cabinet and Bishop Garland were at the wharf to see the ...

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. — 12 November 1914

.&!'. MltNQBtfftQfltlp. a- w MW SsJ feu n W tertp Iw 4Ld tti it; cea ".J B h ftl oa lm to! I'tev A'S $ ?H .Til anal out bee! jw3 Thtl itl Fc lnsfiZ I l en Uri tlis o- held t i Ms- r Us InteiJ Oth S8 J rim ? i ff IP f tr-flmr 'M H IM i REALTY VALUES BOUND WHEN HIGH-SPEED LINE ENTERS WEST PHILADELPHIA MARKET ST. "L" PROVESWHAT TRANSIT DOES Best Argument for Improved Service Found in West Phila., Where Land Val- nies Trebled in Nine Years. Ratio of Increase in Population of Thriving Section Sinco Con struction of Speed Line Mora Than Twofold. Property has virtually tripled In value in tho vicinity of fOth nnd Market streets IncfJ.the building' Of tho West Philadel phia elevated line. An Investigation In that section -proved that many dwelling! and stores had greatly Increased tn value. As mi Illustration of the trend of progress in this direction, a number of speclilc cases are given. Tho plot of ground at the southwest corner of Goth and Market streets, now occupied by a. store of...

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