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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 12 November 1914

NIGHT EXTRA PillliAJDELPIlIA, TJITJJRSDAY, NOVEMBER 112, 1914. u Copttiom, loili at tni roBtto Litmn Commni. PJRIOE ONE CENT f extra iwuirmini shbis luFunFr UaK T mi I VUJj. I NO. 52 I J ii : n n ALLIES DRIVEN ACROSS YSER AT ALL POINTS Germans Report River Clear of Enemy to North Sea. French Gain in Battle on Aisne. The Allies have been driven across the Yscr at all points, and that river is now clear of the Franco-British forces to the North Sea, according (o the official statement issued this after noon by the Berlin War Office. This claim is apparently in conflict with the report from the Paris War Office yesterday that the Allies had reoc cupicd Lombacrtzydc, nn the right bank of the Yscr, or- else it indicates that the Allies were unable to hold the ground they had regained. Desperate hand-to-hand fighting along the Aisne and especially in the neighborhood of Rhcims, as well as farther north along the Belgian line, is reported in this afternoon's official statement from the Par...

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. — 12 November 1914

HHMHTHlHWHmmaMHHKniHHBMlHfflKK i'i?1 i iy"i n-itm Wi.'i "ijtH)mWlin ' ai.B- ..-yaCTm fag- isey-w-ww"" ;Tar ; Dtffj(k!iwiitKref rvmrpr'wmi we? jmm'r i T""9w 'imr"-'s ,j"iitis!M'sjij'-- """ ihj - t- vtm,wmnmmn.,'"wwKi vu Wvi kert iflcn IOCC 13VKJN1M Ll'iUUttU PHILADELPHIA, THUKHDAY, NOVMBMB 12, 1014 ifci r-tiLj a ft TORONTO OFFICIAL HAS HIGH PRAISE FOR THIS CITY'S SYSTEM Joseph Harton, Accountant for Toronto Municipality, Calls Business Methods Here Excellent. BLACKJACK SOCIAL MEMBERS gjjfER HIGHLY ncuu un nuDDcm unHnut NBOHi1 lu cre tel nil byl thl k Wi Tfcsi rir Sife- WW Tho city of tfhlladelithln U run on a Very cfllciont business system, In Ihe opin ion bf Joseph Hnton, City Accountant of Toronto, who has been Investigating tho Recounting system In City Hall with two other experts from the Canadian city, with a view to Its adoption In his own municipality. "Tho business system of Philadelphia is excellent. It is very emclent, and Cduld scarcely be Improved upon," said Mr. Harton t...

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. — 12 November 1914

wwfflw's-wfw'tijjiii vvmiwwiifitli'r,Wi 1 f, " ,5- ""Tj'.j " 1 T --"Wf 3-fl iiiiiHMUviiatmMimHiiiiiiiii-itB.nM'WHiMlilIIMIIi -frevrjpasfrr ""MWOTTTOip"-' "fjir - V" EVENING UEDGERPHILlADELPHIA THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1014. JM 8 pJWWB gpjppBWMUIJBr ' n ' Y M? 1 ' "TT-WSSaTOj "g1 iiiiMliiiiMMMiMwMiiiariiiiiT ,,.., iffaimii yfrtm rmm f .. -, . . . ...... ibJHtor inm n n r-nfi r i i n iiimwiBKJiwAVuaaiiijayn IV : I ' 1 f 4 ' St s m EMBARGO ON WOOL MEANS HARD BLOW TO INDUSTRY HERE Manufacturers in Dilemma Over Order Following Live Stock Plague Seek Way to End Plight. The Federal 'quarantine on wool ns a result of the epldcrlc of foot nnd mouth disease Is affecting tho woolen Industry of Philadelphia to such mi extent that a meeting of tho Executive Committee of tho Philadelphia Wool nnd Textile Association will be held todny to take measures to relievo tho situation. Philadelphia, the second largest wool manufacturing centre In tho country, Is Isolated from lis markets through the embargo...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 12 November 1914

EVKXIXG- LEIHIEK PHILADELPHIA, THTTRSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, mil W L'filiii: tl!i iL yaw E In? finoij rsr -nd :i oui ,-five tbei I Hd IS, v pi b i UC IVri . ia ''In.! t delr Wt I i lUtil FAl Instlt on 3"rf . te x I th o IhelA I Ibfjr o1 Etna n- f, Intel rothi scon ItOKI tfim t riMM, lt i'&W Kef isA mam F'H igaprrf IjyfeJHp f WsWy.ltofe; Krkir.4f tgJtea BF-Mt mmsm immMM- :W!mSSu: SBm lEjHsL-y? BmJb mJ Germans report victory W A 1 T A T rXTn JTiJLjl- 3k.L-.Vyi"VX UBnUN. Nov. L5ii' Allies havo been driven ncras.1 pre Yr iit cVcry point," says an or. Ifietrit announcement .Issued by the War Kbrilcfe today. "The Yeer Is now clear yjf, th enemy nit the way to tlia North ;scu our attacks south or Dlxmude are regressing. We have captured 700 more t'rcpch BolJIara there and cluht cannon. iffta euntlr attacks of the cnetnv tasl h bfM have all been repulsed." An to(the eastern thotttro of war, It la fanndunced that German cavalry, ooernt fc.Ittff fen Iho knllsch front, In Husslan Po- flwltt, hav...

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. — 12 November 1914

,,,., , 'PRf9TfMf' t',nff(igp?nrt77wr?p btV : nNI I ft MH fl 1 Wl 1 SS 11V 1 1MI BSl BI Hutoti.: nT' WZVpi EVENING LEDGEB-PHIL'ADELPHIA, THUKSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1911. 13 (Iff' J)PW4,I,JRMI' ("" SIDELIGHTS OF PERSONAL TINT IN FEDERATION CONVENTION Many Striking Features of Noteworthy Assemblage and Glimpses of the Men Who Make a Stir in l the World of Labor. The most striking feature of tlie pres ent convention of tho Americnn Federa tion of Labor Is the tarce number of tall clcleantes Hint aie attending, The West eccms to lead tlio othrr nectlona of the country In this respect, although "Down Ea8l" Is not n poor second. J, O, Brown, of Seattle, Vrt9h., hns'fow peers when size Is the conMdomtlon. llrown Ib president of the Timber Work ers and Is more than 7 feet tall. Some of the other" delegates were dinning him nbout his size and risked ,hlm for an ex planation lie answered that tho only leason ho could assign was that ho was ery fond of fish. Physiologists will pleaso take notice. ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 12 November 1914

P "? 6 r Li: IHLLADELPHIA, THUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1014. lit- I 3nr I 9Lr n N.KM bd la !ri out? be la Pl Th&l in p. I delp Ik mtitj n Inittft, on yi-j tel tits o ilieia 1 5 61 C ftha SJatajfe OthM Cor ton Urn: m P itt W lliw MM J That for ? 1 8prtt Bill P HW0 '" ,f. 4JB i"J -fe J i ! 1 BEv lBd 41 A- , TtfUUfi SAILS AS CROWDS WATCH tVinilnotd from Pure Omt ly the Mayor and Mr. Wanamaker iKtrt Itenvod It Into the water. While the ceremonies were RolnR on, two longshoremen made the dlacevory that About 1200 founds of peaches and prunes were on the pier. Tire crates con tftlrtliiR the peaches and prunes were picked up hurriedly and taken aboard. Mayor Dlnnltenbunr boarded the ship nnd Accompanied Captain Htmlrlckson flbwlv thu river The Thelma will be piloted to tho Dela ware Capes by Robert C Phiimbers, who has been In tho pilot service (or more than 30 years. Tho deck of the Thetma was scrubbed early today Her crew wore new blue overalls. From Captain Hendrlckeon down Jo the younge...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 12 November 1914

T rifr?v&iwpp!w. HHi EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1914. SLASH IN SUFFRAGE ANKS OVER CHOICE OF OFFICIAL HEAD )r. Anna Howard Shaw's Refusal to Stand Aside for Mrs. Breckenridge Causes Friction. NABHVILLI3, Tcnn., Nov, 12.-Dele-entes fiom tho Woman Surtrwfo Asocln tlon of tlie .Southern Stnton. whlcli closed Kb convention yestt rdiy nt ClmlniiooKti, today ntitcmontcil the army of suftrnBlsls Katlicrcd hero for the convention of tho Matlonnl American Woman's fturtrngo Association, beginning this a'ftcrnoon. Tho Southern contingent will throw Its trctijtth to Mre. Denim Hroohenhrldse, Lexington. Ky., for the presidency. Tho caucus Inst ntuht wrm thrown Into a claBh of factions ly the refusal of Dr, Anna Howard Shaw to accept olllco nn president cmcrltusi and to permit Mis. lircckonbriaso to become president mm out opposition. Tcaco nflvecaten submitted a clnlp for odlccrn, which, aside from Mrs. Ilrockcn rlrtrte for president, called for MIbh Xntherino 13. Dav...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 12 November 1914

MfflMMtWWIII BW!rTj''r.wj 'raW51ff7"'"HW"Sl'!.P (jjf1 jr Ttpipppflfi' !'.'WPJW$y4U 'Ll' J CVfTWWJW"' '8' EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1914. pjjfyfjMi tWfj Ifttri nhm BOi and out! flveS thoi bes lwr.3 lP a ma$ Fc InaUfi en St to I the o I held t rthe o' IJntej- f Oth Hi SCO ton, I firs Jthit il (w5 & ST 4ii Huftger PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY cvnvs ii. k curtis. rcsiM9NT. Gee. "Mf. Ochu, Secretary , John C. Martin, Treasurer ; Chart it. I.ttulngton. Philip B Celllns, Jfehn B. Wil liams, Directors. bditoiual aoAnu : CTires It. K. Conns, Chairman. I H tVJIALBY Esrecullfe BJItor SOllH C. M AllTIN. General lWalnees Manager PttJ1liiha ilally at Pcntio LsWWS BulMInf, Independence Square, Phltedtlphl. litmus CictTRiL , .Broad amt Chfstnut Street AiMxttc t'lti . PrewVntoH BuilillnR New Tftntt . 170A, Metropolitan Toner CitioAno .. . . .017 Home Innrntice nultdlng Losbo: ..... 8 Waterloo Plate, Tall Mall, S. W. NBWSBtJhBAUS: tUnntntifiBO BmtKJC Thp ri!Ho( ThilllW WASiMsfl...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 12 November 1914

r$$mmmmw,w ..mrfi &m -i'-8M E -.w. EVENING 'LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1914, r i V SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA 18S MAIUAN BYIIE SAVAGE, dllUBlUcr of Mr, mid Mts, Clmrlcs C. Sn.vn.ire, Jr., f unucr'n lane, CliMtnut Hill, In prominent inonjr this venr's debutnntcs. Tonight ir. nil Mr), acorsc Wllllnc. Jr., ulll cntcrtnln nt .lie Incut e, followed by a supper In her honor. tlss SnvrtRo wns Intiodiieeil nt n. ten Riven by or pniont on November 20, nt their home. Mrs. titutiuol Chew will Blve n dinner ilnnee titer in tho 3enson In honor of MIbi Mary 2elj'n Chew The dftte linn not yet been de- Ided upon Mr. nnd Mrs. Hovinid Shrevc noberU, of 4ZW fcprtlco street, nnnouneo the encasement of their dituyhtcr. Miss Kelyn-Hobort, nnd A ni ter Buwden Onllowny, of this city. No dnto lini been act for the wedding. Thero will bo n mlted foursome golf tournn nient at ihc Old York road Country Club today, tin prorretls of which will fro to the Uclfilnn relief fund. Piny...

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

BBXVflFMt -TUmq&5jj' TTtJ " mpnVHV m"iw pffl&w "SP" '?tyg&'Ty t 1ft EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 32, 1914. i t WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TolS H w UMU ! w& & af erljrtS in Jrpl I m V BACHELOR GIRL VS OLD MAID f Ellen Adair Points Out the Difference Between the Two r J I The bachelor girl Is a product of the fcrft ten years In (net. It would ba moro tdfTft to say that she haa only recently eprtmg up Between her sprightly de meanor and tho prim waja of the obso lete 6M maid a ynwnlnff gulf Is fixed. 4-"or the former Is a delightful person, where the latter has always been an ob ject of ridicule. The bachelor girl, be It understood, Is Ho only because sho chooses so to be! The old maid had no altornallval for her ho happy choice offered Itself be tween the roseate path of matrimony and the then rocky path of slnglo blessed res Sftch was tho general opinion, at any rate Tho old maid, too. had no financial independence Sho lived "on tolerance" Jn other ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 12 November 1914

EVENING LEDGEB PHILADELPHIA, THTJBSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1013 " 1S ' MEATS AT NORMAL FIGURES DESPITE HMD QUARANTINE Killing of Uninfected Cattle Keeps Prices in Check, but Rise Probable if Ban Is 'Not Lifted. No Increase In tho retail prtee of meats has tnltcn plnco In tills city, despite the Widespread quarantine of live stock In Pennsylvania. Philadelphia dealers, how ever, say that If tho hati continues much longer tho present prices 'will not stand find beef In particular will become a luxury that only the wealthy will he able to afford. Killing of uninfected cattle was allowed In the Philadelphia Stock Yards on Tues- tt, ...nrnlncr fnt n fnw hntirs. and nl tlioligh there were not enough men on ' hand to kill nil of the animals pasHod by the Inspectors, a sufTlclcnt number wore slaughtered to supply tho city for ono tfcelc. At present round steak Is quoted at 13 cent3 n pound, rump steak at EO and sir loin steak nt S3 cents a pound, while chuck roasta are bringing 0 cents. Hind quar...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 12 November 1914

4r V? ifefi"V'' st "''i. .w ,r .i-.-r "tT- gw'&mv ,r-!-4 P WBPBP -tr---"f""' .s-,-- u v c . .- ., - laliLiiiiiM.YSiMhSiiMlli'11'! U-"' B aFB iv m J FWJ f rs Iffl iocc Ue3 iter ca ' "u1 I .1 Pi E tol t? l ;f h is?- r? f i r f ft m fat ti ?sfi u ag .- MtHEAST t r. v u ORTHEAST HIGH FAVORED IN TOMORROW'S CONTEST fntcrscholastic Football Scries (Jai)ic Against west nuiiy uoys iviaiiy niici ' academic Battles Also Scheduled for Friday. it !. mi " ' reVnr Titrrt.-'r.'CiTinvtr' PATTa TROPHY FOOTBALL GAME TOMORROW WBST PHILADELPHIA ltlllll 80H0OL. Oltey, tell enil Pureell, left tackle . Crowell, left guard McCormlck, centre nlthardson, right guard klrrehner. right tackle Vttn, right end :'," t'.tiaptatn Wsgenknlght, quarterback Ellis, left halfback Croley, right halfbaek w.. r easier miumijic . .. NOnTHKAST Hlait SCHOOL. , IT 14T ll IS ,. Ill Ml ;........, is ins vv.v:::::::::::: U U ;. ; .... j i' is ms is inn Wilson, left end Them, left tackle Witsel, left guard A. Whltaker, centre F ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 12 November 1914

iW :t y"aTP?T1yP3B,7' ",P,S,iSf9-,i ISi EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1914. 11 ""flTsa .-- .1. -.jT FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL SITUATION AT HOME AND ABROAD-MARKET REPORTS VWWgWW JM'WPP aSKEto r i f A' r l'1 it! P JRMONAL BANKS' , 10RK IS DEFINED : BY RESERVE BOARD New Federal Institutions "Will Not Exercise All of Functions at Beginning. Rules for Rediscounting Paper. WASHINGTON, Nov. 12.-Tho Federal jReserve Hoard lias Issued ft circular Krjvcrnlnif the operations of liic 12 now rt-Vidcrnt rosorvo banks for the first few months uf their existence, from next Itonday, when the new Institutions are opened for business. The new banks will not exercise alt of the functions Riven them under the Federal reserve net at the beginning, but their operations will be gradually Increased as conditions per lit, Among tlii! things defined in the circular Is commetclal paper. Tho question of double and singlo-namc paper Is not dis cussed, although preference Is shown for the two...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 12 November 1914

V "m&-i 4F NIGHT EXTRA If IGHT icuenm ll EXTRA N i HMT 4 a H' e m CMj Bltt I' l I VOL. I-KO. S2 ORGANIZED CHARITY HIGHLY COMMENDED BY MAYOR MITCHEL Now York Executive Tells of Methods of Greater City and Praises Work of Phila delphia Body. Mayor John Purroy Mltchel, of Greater New York, who exposed Tammany Hall politicians, today spoka on "Municipal Charities, Doth Public and Private" n't tho S6th annual meeting of the Society tot Organising Charity, held In Wlthor appon Hall. New Vork's loung Majbr, who ns com missioner of accounts Unearthed cvlUcnco on. which two Tammany Hall borough pcesldenls cro removed, wns Inlioduced by tcvcn3 Hockscher, president of tho society. Mayor Mltchel discussed municipal char ities, the way thev me dispensed In tho fKe, boroughs or Urcater New York. He quoted various reports from the Depart- ment of charities In New York and also touched upon private charities. Tho total Income of the society amount ed to JI40.65O In tho year ending, according to...

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. — 13 November 1914

-:' Svv BB. ! ; KmmmiwmtmmimiimSmf'i'liHtWfm! mpM" nk-'p uwmwwmfin1"1 -mwMmwmi'mr'im FINAL PORTS FINAL if.-..., - .J -- - - . j - - L VOL. I-NO. 50 . v" PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1914. CorTBMtiT. 10H, lit tnr. Pckmc I.nvirii Commkt, PRICE ONE CENT I ! i t il 1 Germans Halted on Yser 'Mother" Jones 1200 Men Indicted 800 Saved From Fire Assails Rockefeller -Carranza May Flee SCENES' iAND: EVENTS IN THE NEWS OF THE DAY r- Jill ' --" ' . ffi& ':'- " " ' -v v . ,e f A .-, S-. '-.:,;; Lr-.-.-: ",-: .:. - - - .... . .. WHEN' THE SULTAN GOES FORTH TO WAR --l'hato. bv r.iui Thommon. . TURKEY WAS PREPARED FOR WAR -Phoio. by raul Thompmn. Turkey's new army has an exceptional number of military bands to the corps. Here one is shovn leading'itsregiment through the At the arsenal in Constantinople The Sultan's call to arms revealed the fact that the Turks had been long preparing for conflict with Russia. "'" " ! iii.iw.w mmmmimmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmi wtis.f&...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 13 November 1914

EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER t3JL9j4- I. i til j. n.rHHiiJiiip.L. Jiiijii H IN II I ! iliiini hi" n I II li ui ! " " ' "" " ill " , iUj """ "' , Tlg A DUTY AND CHARITY j V WORK OF THE WITS AT HOME AND ABROAD ' l BBC ItKgjmjm fjf -Wm tk TUr Fruo KUfl4art3WH. -From London vpintou -W ih Ntw TofS KyWjsj Sua, . , - 1R . . . . . , v,.,..... , ,, "THE KISS OF JUDAS'? IT NEVER 9AIWS SUT IT FOURS "NOBODY QMB . 44 "THE KISS OF JUDAS'? 63H!,ssB!wBW, iff"

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 13 November 1914

lppmpwfrls v&fmm!mMMWmWfivnrF SPORTS FINAL SPORTS FINAL icurttm VOL. I NO. 53 PIirLAJDJELPIIIA, 1TUIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1014. CortsionT, IBM, nt tub Tdblio t.enora Commni. PRICE ONE CENT m mwtwnmm meager JM tJri JlSw.Sj'M vLf "wvi g z GERMAN RUSH ONYSERCAML THROWN BACK Kaiser's Troops Fail to Gain in New Attempt to Crush Allies and Cut Road to )ea. Vlolonco of Fighting Diminishes Following Ropulso Ypros Holds Against Invaders. French, Gain on Aisno. Attempts of the Germans to cross the Yscr Canal, west of Dixtmulc, by a sortie from that town, have been repulsed, according to the official statement issued this afternoon by the French War Office, which also states that the battle in that rcfiion is crowing less violent as the German efforts to break through the Allies' lines and clear a road to the sea are repeatedly frustrated. Other German attacks to the north, east and south of Yprcs, the key po sition on the battle line, have also been repulsed. Farther south slight gains For th...

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

Mlg SSBSrSMS EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1914, f JOHN D. BLAMED , FOR CLASS HATRED BY 'MOTHER JONES' Famous Leader of Labor Forces Stirs Convention by; Fiery Account of Strikes in Three Mining States. NOimiEAST MAKING ITS FIRST TOUCHDOWN AGAINST WEST PHILADELPHIA HIGH SCHOOL TODAY NORTHEAST WISS GRIDIRON FRAY FROM WEST PHICA. ' Final Score Stood 20 to 0. r . JrJx i Winners Scored Three i Touchdowns in First Two Periods of the Game. 11 ' ' ' "" . " , - V S , , '- r- m JSm jmtj&m Wl yS , mm - -'" ! flESk mSfot ..W . '. .. lobask -t,"., ' - -- ivvr- JW ! wfemJS. Jk . im ,,.. 7BB , b- iA x;fe3ffi9BB siWBa&ffiiBUtr "TmmMMTwwmm 'warn mamBms mimMm.mMm&rtLVYjrDii&iw ?&&; vsm. ..m'M.w sm ' mumz. -tm .iDKjmiv.; s-ibiimbmw&syMttb&aii n. vsw 1wuBba fs -4i ..ifJBrwWHufl wwm r .j9Hv-ariU wflttAYiW'SW J " 4JOA LV nsc-c-n. . nMrii raw -m.m. mm j.. cmn-H . rr .-rwr t, tmmti vmLftm, fcj HnKiFn fmt $2i??ii f UIKVWOi re j )PK T oce te la.1t cea &...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 13 November 1914

r i"pmmMfT?vwmr:i m$mm fVM- gjfeAaajM ? EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBEB 13, 191f. "3 DRAMA 'WHITE LIST' ANNOUNCES PLAYS CATHOLICS FAVOR Selections of Theatre Move ment Supported by Arch bishop , Include Varied Stage Themes. Indorsed by Archbishop Prendcrsast, the Philadelphia Centre of the Catholic Theatre Movement announces today Its 'Vhttc Hit" of plays. Tho announcement Is made In the ofll- clat bulletin of tho movement, conspicu ous on tho tltlo papro of which Is a lettor from the Archbishop callliiff attention to the Importance rff tho work, and urging the Catholic societies of Philadelphia to lend their co-operation. Tho purpose of tho compiling of tho "whlto list" which has been under way, with tho direction of leading Catholic clergy of Philadelphia for somo time, Is to advance the cause of clean theatrical entertainment and to provide for tho Catholic laity a list of shows to which they may go with assuranco that they will find entertainment worth whllo and nt...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 13 November 1914

Z 1&V3!&s.!l ' TV BPwm W "T yjuwww GERMAN ASSAULTS HALTED BY ALLIES AT YSER GANAL FAhtS, Ktv. 11 Th omeial French stnumenl Issued ltfr this afternoon Was highly optimistic. 11 slattd that ths German attempts to was th Yser cannl by a sortie west of Dl'xmuJc and at Other point littd been repulstd. In ttencral It ilwitnrcd the lines Siihe Allies had been maintained tin- ehahfted. the tifttclnl communique follows i 1 "Profit the ea to the ftlver kjd the eonillai presents it ohnrncter of Iolenco tess than on preceding das. Numerous efforts by the Germans to cross the Yser Cnnul by a sortie west of Dlxmude and at other points of passage above there have been checked. "Generally speaking;, our positions havo been maintained without change. "To the north, to the cast and to the couth of Ypres the attacks of the enemy lijtve been repulsed. At the end of the day. at different points of our line and that of tho British nrmy, from the region to the, east of Armentlercs to the Olse, the...

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