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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 13 November 1914

sp ttrrsxt. -.-i.. MAYORS LIKE DELEGATES TO ANY BIG CONVENTION Visiting Executives, While Burdened With Public Affairs, Find Time for Witticisms as They Mingle in Hotel Lobby. EVEyiNG LEPGfltt-PIIlLAPELPHI, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 101 ' ' " '" "' " --! ', ,, , . . . . '-.J... . -' '. . ' ' t- rrr - ' - i sTonn or-EJts fc.no a. si. cr.osrss At juio t m. :-.- ir? - - w. - - a. "5 Tho Mayor's Conference. A play In many nets, Act r. Seone Lobby of the Beltevuo-Strntford. Dramatic Tersonne (or those present) Many American Mayors, delegates to tho confereneo of the American Invest ment Bankers' Association; delegates to the American Federation of Labor con vention! society folk! guests! sightseers! ibelt boys, nndo.tlicrs. Time Afternoon. Mayor Carl 11. Keller, of Toledo, O., was tho nrst to arrive. Ho has a strong personality and he means business. "Boys," ho said, "I'll tell you of a llttlo war wo have been having all to our own In Toledo. It's war on tho traffic Just plain ovcry day stree...

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. — 13 November 1914

t ?$ jIbor union head OF BIG CONVENTION ( Philadelphia, by Reason of l -v Its History, a Fitting Place for Assembly of Federa tion. By GEORGE H. TTLBICH resident. Ctntnl lMfitT tlhlon of rhlladet t plila. There could be no more fitting frlace for the American Federation nf I.nhnr to hold ","ul comentloh than In thli par rrtlcular city, because It was In this city jt that the American Federation of Labor, tinder thnt title, was first permanently 'F .started. It Is true that In the early 80s thn Various craft unions were having ills- putcs with the Knights of Labor, prin cipally on tho question of trade auton omy, and that they formed a loose fed i oration known as the Federation of Or ganized Trades and Labor Unions, but It vraa not until after the convention of that body In Philadelphia on May J7, itSS, which made certain demands on tho Knights of Labor, which demands wero - rejected by the Richmond convention of i the Knights of Labor, that the American J Federation of Labor was pe...

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. — 13 November 1914

sy-f iqpMWJJ-y'-T EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1014., HI ft & i umMmmwUir CARMNZA REPORTED PLANNING FLIGHT TO FOREIGN LAND Collapse of His Opposition to Convention's Choice of Gutierrez Said to Be Im pending. AClUASCALtENTES, Mer., Nov. . Collapse o( tho Carranzlsta opposition to dencral L'ulallo Gutierrez becoming pro Visional President of Mexico and tho flight of Vcnusttano Carranza from the country Is expected as the result of ne gotiations that are In progress today at Lagos. General Gutierrez telegraphed to the revolutionary leaders hero last night that nftcr a conference with General Pablo donasnlcs, the Carranzlsta leader, at Lagos, Gonzales had declared hlB alio glance to the convention that ordered Carranza from ofllce. Supporters of Gencial Gutierrez have received Information, they say, that Gen eral Cannnza will go from Cordoba to Vera Cruz tnd sail from there for a for ign country. Kews of tha visit of General Gutierrez to Lagos, which Is 69 mile...

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. — 13 November 1914

mfflm . S li 1 1 1 unmiKiiiiiti Iiffir iJHffitWfffFll ;-$ s , pi-aamaiufjiiiUJjiipjjp' u f $ r IS 4 8 fltitmtttg linger PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY cthtm ir. k. ct'nTis, rBsiw.. 09 Xt, Oohs. 8ecrtrri John C. Martin. Trfraturef Omrte H. JjuJlniton, Philip B. Collins. John B. T7I1 ll&Bis, Dlrretera. KOITOItf AIj JJOAnD I firn it. fc. Cctna. Chairman. fe . it. -rfllAtSr Executes EJItar 30UK O MAKT1N Omtral Buslnna Managaf inWIhinl dally at Pound Limes Building-, Iml-mndtnca Baaar. Philadelphia. Jitoeta Ca-nAt Broad and Cheaunit Btmle AttAttc Crtt IVeM-Uitfo Bull Jin Kw Yea- 1J0-A, Metropolitan Tower CkIcaoo 817 Hom in""""" n0"""" fc(mtN S Waterloo riace. Tall Mall, 8. W. NEWS BUREAUS rSIhmsAO ........... a P Moll ' 8 WJ ww 3i"kiu! : . . : . ::::.::.. 33 nue oui i arana SUBSCRIPTION TERMS tit carrier. Dailt CHLT, tx centa. Br mall. repaid ttulsW of Philadelphia, except -where foreign P"""9 ft mfulfed, Ditr Ox:.r, one month, twenty.nvo centji i!iit Ovlt ona j-r. three dollare All mall aub ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 13 November 1914

EVENING LEBGER-PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1914, H MeVeaSeiUeaVttheMMiLea SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA riss MAniu louisb sTAnn, who win Lmako her debut at a tea to be given on fthft afternoon of Frlttny, December 4, by her hinrents, Dr. nnd Mrs. n. Walter SUfr, of lit IHouth lilli street. Witt be nssljtcit In recetvlns thy Miss ttllrabelli Cummlncd, Mla Jlarjruerlto iaiuHon, Miss Vlrulnla AVetherlll. Miso Elba- fbeth Yardley, Miss Lucille Llphlncolt, Miss Illeanor Wunder, Miss Elizabeth Huclinnan, Miss Florence nuo. MIm JlarKUerlte Hollo- petci- and JtUa Jtnrle James, of DoylMlonn. Mrs. O. It. Meeker will preside at the tea table nnd Sirs, Hcgiy Marshall will rccelvo with the hostess. Following the tea n dinner and theatre party r.'lll bo Riven, at which iho additional auests will be W. Atlec Burpee, Jr., David nurpee, Hobort Wetherlll, Joseph Iloyal, John IlaUa man, Jtorrli Herkncss, John Hell Huhn, Frances nue, Frank Ilogers, Thomas Calhcait and Dr. n. Walter Starr...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 13 November 1914

i: 10 91 EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1014. 2 &, l mmm ,? wk BSZSK3BHBBKkLV l JSssSr''arafBSiL BHPWHffil I HBItiHrnffifsTfr I WHAT EVERY WOMAN WAStS TO ICNOW-TfflNGS L;. THE BUSINESS GIRL i'Ellen Adair Belicoes That a Determination lo Malic Good ' Is Essential. cw 'Where there's n wltt, Micro's a way' is particularly true In business life. The girl who Is determined to succeed, and . who possesses sUOlclent self-control and ectf'dfinlal to suppress her own private feelings and wishes Is on the high road to success. She has learned life's hardest lesson, and will progress onward and r. upward to the best that lies before her. "Self-reverence, self-knowledge, self control," these three, "lead life to soj- erelgn power." The business girl must first of alt respect herself. The opinion ( , ojr others mattors llttlo In tho light of this private attitude, the attitude of elf-reverence. Jn tho last nnntyats of K conduct the final and supremo crltlo la Wncslf. What ...

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. — 13 November 1914

iiPPiPiiPiPPiiPPiHiP EVENING' LEDGE-PHILADELPHIA', FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1914. I 11' .& r- TOHN D, JR., KNITS YARDOFSHAILAND IS STILL AT WORK Oil PrinceLeaVes Competi tor Far Behind in Exhibi tion of Skill for. War Sufferers. Should John t). lose lil millions and his Anil pint of ell. If lie should be reduced to potertyt. Think ou li'tl have-to labor, do )ou flguro ho would toll Like the rest of unendowed humanity? Nay, hd'rt shirk the alio; el awlnglng, and his Implement of work ,. . ,, W6t)ld he Just little needle, lhal Is oil! And ho'd oatn a molest Hi Ins aa seam- strcsa. not a clerk, , . ny his cleverness nt knitting of n shawl. HOT KPniNOS, Va Nov. 13.-John D. hocUefcller, Jr., linn completed moro than a yard of a shawl ho Is knitting for war imrterors, nml he Is keeping persistently at IU At the present rnte the shawl Will be finished In a few days, and then Mr. HocRef tier Is expected lo start on an other ona. Guests nt the Homestead Hotel hero stared when they first saw ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 13 November 1914

-m, li'i mt", rhsm T flea oco 'J f $ W 3J"- M '-. Sfc 1L fc - jB feH life- fr Jajjpf J i, iiti-ffflr i fi 1 1. "&SI . -, -.,. .-.,. -.-,- a tr xrTrir-arT3t,l 1U iCi. EVENING LEDUiJili rHiJiADJiiJbrJbiiAr riuuvi nuvaium :. "- "-- ' " -r-nrwT FOOTBALL GAMES FOR TOMUKm AN' INTERESTING ANALYSIS IS MADE OF COLLEGE iii football games will grip Interest Saturday Dartmouth and Pcnn Clash bn Franklin Field Big 'Green Team Is Strong Fa-syorite. 1 Br EDWARD II. BUSHNELI. Ffrolbalt Interest will be dlvldetT bo twen three bin game tomorrow. They f tVnnsyltanla a Dartmouth, at Snklln Field; Princeton vs Ynle.at rftneeton, and Cornell vb Michigan, at Arjft Arbor. Each nght will have sona thW of the traffic element In It Penn sylvania will make one nnal effort toVave aofnethln-r from the wreck of this acaaon bJVtiefeatlnir Dartmouth Prlncct-ap' ends anj unsatisfactory season mid will at tempt to raise her flnal ratlnr by- a vic tory over Vale, and with tho feflront hbpe that Tale will bo able t...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 13 November 1914

n-sssg? prr- EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, 'NOVEMBER 13, 1914. MAY SOON ALLOW LIMITED TRADING ON N. Y. EXCHANGE Financial Community Has Word That Transactions Will Be Permitted on Floor in Many Bonds, That nuthorltles of the New Tork Stock Exthnnne arc nrrnnfilnft to resume bust iiesi goon with limited trndtnB was the word the 3trect hud today. It Wns sftM that nn order will sfiortlv be Issued per mitting trntisnctlons In Oovctnment, pub lic utilities, murilclpnt nhd a number of other bonds on the board room floor. Brokers hold thnt action of this sArt would only bo natural. In view of the improved situation and the cuttlnc down of restrictions of trading, both In thin elty and New York. It can no longer be sold now thnt the Improvement In the situation Is ptocecdlnK quietly, rather the changes for betterment aro at times very pronounced. All the markets today were active and vtronic with bids on the new street curb or Union Pacinc at tllVi, llrooklyn llrtpld Transit at 80, U...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 13 November 1914

SPORTS FINAL SPORTS FINAL mnm PHILAJDEIiPHIA, tfniJ&LY, NOVEMBER Id, 1014. PRICE OKE CENT VOL. I-NO. 53 CortmntiT, lflH, bi tiik rrmuo Ledum Commjit. CATTLE QUARANTINE SENDS FOOD PRICES ' KITING IN STATE Butter, Eggs and Meat Start Climb, Though Delaware Case Is Only New Out break Reported Today. The effect of the Federal and State quarantines on livestock nnd Its products was felt today to a greater degree than before. Meat threatens to rise in price! the enormous wool textile Industry of Phila delphia Is hampered; eggs nnd butter havo already advanced; shipments of goods packed In hny and straw are delayed un til Inspected; and, to ndd a touch ot humor to the situation, hunt clubs In the territory adjoining the city have suspend BUSINESS MEN HEAR CAPABLE SPEAKERS AT ANNUAL BANQUET 130 Members of Walnut Street Organization and Their Guests Gather at Bellevue-Stratford. AT THE DINNER OF THE WALNUT STREET BUSINESS ASSOCIATION BANKER SEES U. S, AS FINANCIAL CENTRE OF WORLD'S TRADE...

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. — 14 November 1914

P"4' j ' ?i JTj,wvfiri5isi?i(,if;tiww t n,,srrrnrFr " T J.Sv1.il .',J ." NIGHT EXTRA mtip EXTRA n i -T-J wjwHUiiiii pp v -ir TTW ?l!. k" j!T NWHT Hi H Bl Hr H H I H H H H a ftiuSwWf vstkB B W 1 Hr H H H H Br H 5 W . t VOL. I NO. 54 PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1914.. CorniaitT, 1914, m tn rontto I.jmm CourAxr. PRICE ONE CENT Turks M arch on Russia Anthrax Kills Woman K Penn - Dartmouth in Football Battle Tigers Entertain Yale Alive NEWS OF THti DAY AS REPORTED BY THE CAMERA ' k JEW " " . t A.'-d&lL&v9fr 38. "" la ; sa i - r jjv ' tfTh wi 4 j..vij.i-j .. jmit rr w .. i in.' swzxsu -is- .m&mm PRESIDENT HIBBEN ADDRESSING PRINCETON STUDENTS IN THE NEW STADIUM Edgar Palmer, of the Class of 1903, donor of the new stadium, and Dr. Hibben addressed 2000 Princeton men at the field yesterday. They predicted victory for the Tigers in the contest with Yale today, and the' ceremony was in the ,nature of a dedication of the field to its first big game. '" ' " ' W" ' " i'n mI.i...

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. — 14 November 1914

iHMliir- n-ai''g., - lDlp'" up mi wiiJM'IW'W --'-- Ai PB!JF -qFW V SSiiSfiis OS i UNPRECEDENTED PROSPERITY WAS HEW ERA CAME , TO WEST PHILA. - WITH V ROAD j. ,v Busings in Vicinity of Six tieths and Market Streets ' S. ft5-. Revolutionized as Demand for- $tore Properties In i cfcascd. Firriibf National Reputo Quick tc Roalize Advantage of Es tablishing Branches Whoro Values Soared. Additional facta brought out In an In vestlgatlon ot the neighborhood of EOth and Market streets show that the elevated fond, has created a new era of prosperity lor that district besides Increasing realty Values to Inconceivable heights. 1'Ians now under way will, when com pleted, malm thin business centre com pare favorably with any other section of tho city. Within a few yards nf 60th, at the northeast corner of Market and Salford streets, the Cross Keys Theatre is In the courso of erection. It wilt be devoted to -vaudeville under the direction of John J. McQurk, of tho Stanley Amusement Company. The h...

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. — 14 November 1914

1 JPHlPl'lilPf "P P" nKM! a&fi rwm&8?w NIGHT EXTRA NIGHT EXTRA ituent ppfwraBWI meaner VOL.I NO. 54 PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1014. CoriitianT, 1814, t ins Tobmo Lsdoe Company. PBIOB ONJ2 CENT! .1 ALLIES GAINING INCH BY INCH IN BATTLE ON YSER Advance at Bixschoote in , Face of Furious Resistance. Canadians Rushed to Bat tle Line. French Claim Successful Stands AH Along Lino, But Berlin Re ports Further Ground Won. A gain by the Allies of about fivc fcigliths of a utile cast of Dixschootc, Belgium, is announced in the official communique issued this afternoon by fthc French War Office. So desperate is the lighting in this region that even so slight an advance is regarded as important. The French maintain that all Ger- nan assaults have been thrown back, ( an, un uic oiucr naiui, ucrnn agum :1aims the capture of St. Eloi and re ports that the German forces have crossed Yser River near that point. The Canadian contingent, which Handed in -England several weeks ago, l...

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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. — 14 November 1914

K? t.. Q.J?gjl iJiaTitii ml "1 a ii mil in ' iimn' t irftiiaiTil ihVisfcHtfrtiiiffi liillr- 'iffrffifiiiiitisffT'ftrwWfi fli EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1914. RELIEF CARGOES BACKERS FORESEE '. BUSINESS REVIVAL IN EARLY FUTURE ,0timt5m the Dominant Note HOUSTON WILL TAX DEPARTMENT'S FUND TO WAR ON PLAGUE NATION'S GRANGERS URGED TO DEMAND CREDIT FROM U. S. KEATING NOT DEAD; DESERTED VESSEL TO ESCAPE TRIAL "KNOW YOUR BETTER" BY VISIT EXHIBITION cm :A 4 f W t i m 7 '.iti Speeches of Sir George Paish and Others Gather- cd at Banquet. WHAT tfANICERS SAY ' FUTURE WILL BRING .t Thti t?nftf1 Rtnt1 ! nn IhA i rfrt h& "f the greatest tnrospei Ity thta coun try has ever known. the time la not far ftwny when the Unlteil States will become the bank ing centre of the world Investment linnkers lor the coming year face the greatest opportunity for service nml profit over known. Money balances between nations enn bo settled In the future without loss by the establishment o...

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. — 14 November 1914

MJ-iafan Afrfefc" ",$?m trw . jrrr. srfja ' - T: 2U -.., EVENING IlSi3aER-P3a:rkDKLPHIA, SATURDAY, jyOVEIBEB 14, 1914, 3 ""swwwswPppppwjpgP"' .!vr V AMERICAN TROOPS TO QUIT VERA GRUZ ON NOVEMBER 23 Marines Now in Mexican City Will Be Brought to the Philadelphia Navy Yard. , WASHINGTON, Nov. 24. Positive that tlio Mexican pcoplo can work out tholr own destiny, tho Administration to day -was ru.ililiiK Its preparation to elim inate all traces of American domination In Mexico. Despite tho wild rumors of Impending- anarchy, tho responsible heads of the Vnttfed States tiollevo that tho enttro Mexican situation Is mate rially Improved. It Is considered certain that somo sort of compromise agreement will yet bo reached by the opposing leaders In the troublous republic to tho south. It Is because It Is realized that tho pres ence of American troops In Moxlco Is an evcr-prcscnt source, of Irritation that the American resulnrs have been ordered to lenVo Vera Crux by November 23. Tho War Depar...

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. — 14 November 1914

6?5 1 i m- 4aaMa irTBn Jf ''t ttan K FV tf i ., ALLIES MA KE SLIGHT GAIN; REPULSE GERMANS AT YPRES " l'AIUS, Nov 11. tht official French statement Issued this j fcturhoon shown that the Germane art , t)ilnttliB their attack on the Allien ,fJfftf.tho eeft to lh6 MVer Meuac. It 'WiiflfA howevM. that tho Uormah' niM "'''MU.'IA fin Kn ntniilse.il n,t tlm tJrin)h hBTTriadti trogrg near filjtMhoote. Tho mot that the statement chronicles a irnin 'f leas than a mile nt nixshoote shows the deeperate nature, of lha struggle and hdw ven ft slight gnln la regarded as Important rhe official communique follow: "In Belgium n German ntt&rk ngslnst Jljc Kreat t(ad of the bridge of Nleuport fl oecn n?punei. Divers attempted 01 . tehnvV rMiV-irninti hv thn riirmiv In tltn eibfl to the east and to the southeast vi (H"-CT LUTOll Olll'SlVU. Jll IIIO CII f Sffi? ulxsehoote wo have made prog ' !? "'"ooniinn to one miomeir tnuout me-eifcnmo or a mue toward me can. 'Between the canal of t.n Dasso and Arr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 November 1914

PP jm.x -- - rp vvWftlW'??$P?'F' " ?vr' $v , . - ,,rt. J t.tt.li-t . , O A.r1 r A' mitral AarVffiHiBKfu smh iftaarauiHMra&ssc .f-,"Hi$j LAiVJfrV jy JhwWKttg taerJ-"- ---; EVENING LEDGfift -PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBEB M, 1914. IT v ATURDAY EVENING REVIEW OF THE WEEK'S EVENTS HERE. THERE AND EVERYWHERE .nymrmmiBmiAr 1 FHJE WEEK IN i WASHINGTON ntoroetiug and Important News In die Nntibnnl Capital During Legislative Vacation. When a delegation of Negroes repre fcentlntf the tfntlonnt Independence Equal Jtlghts League cnlled nt the White House on Thursday to protest against the segre gation of white and black civil servlco employes In the executive departments, President Wilson administered a rebuke to W. Monroe Trotter, the spokesman, Who addressed tho Chief Exccutlvo In What was considered an Insulting man tier. "Have you a 'new freedom' for White Americans and, a now slavery for your colored fellow citizens?" was ono of the questions asked by Trotter which Wis relented by th...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 November 1914

afgyy Jr'3LiAAjfiMBBHBW i Mtpm&Q&iver, -w)ijitiB": 'firiljilhfys'wii4vi? i is. I f I r M. r, FAIRY TALES. FANTASIES. BAEDEKER TO BOOKS mction. Attff. F. A 8toW, KeW Yet. A iBp kh or Montana aim two women nro im c Mariners in eno or me most dpioiii cmetlre American noteta. . . I 1HSVOLT OK 1KB AKOEtffl,4 OT France, Jonn un (jomixinjr new ln ivhuh iht trreatMt lltlnl norellM It the. teoli of tt fatten antela .In m time. Un of me most wttmlorfm e of th century. .... VIA-a AlAHUlAUK." I)y Upton Sinclair. imm V. Wlh.tt.tt HMrhJ. riuiaqelMlw. A nwat poInit the "eur of false modest!" W H.lnR with ttre probteiiu ot itAi 4l& WAItD DP MCtiUfBtt." Ur CritUn- Marriott. J. U Uipplneotl. ja'r,n? Afl htotwkal romance, uflstllns With auien. Wsff Cullom... 0t, 'S&'Wi prim. A Mtai t,oiei, ra-iow"", "WJL! wtfh a tret.tonM labor lr. .. "Wjit ,t ntiri iha c-ftnuiri imwrcii vimi w ST "isrs e" 4ff wirs op silt Isaac HAnMofc." ir fit Ui O, Vlls. Th. MserMIInn Company. . var. 4talinst -with ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 November 1914

pmn EVEfllNfl LErr4RH-PniLAPKLPHIA' SATURDAY, NOVEMBER M, 1914. T fVBLlC OWNERSHIP DISCUSSED BY MAYORS I) PUBMO UTILITIES PROBLEM IS PUBLIC OWNERSHIP The ultlmfilo solution of tlio public iilltlllAa nnftlAtvi la m lltil M rtfl 1 OWtlAN I ship Whether tlio public utilities en- lerprises are owncci uy imiiviuuuig operating prttntcly or by the munici pality, thcv must serve the people economically nnd In the best Interests of the people The time has passed when public utilities corporations nio entitled to extra dividends because of tho haz ards of operation. Thesucccss of public utilities enterprise-? Is prac tically assured, nnd tno dividends, If higher, should bo only slightly higher than those of other enterprises. The people are the masters of the public utilities. In Chicago for a 'long while tho utilities corporallftns controlled the situation; but now the conditions have been reversed, and the utilities ore tho servants of the people. GZ.tffc Mayor of Chicago, November It, 1914...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 November 1914

nfOTSS! T5 SV 'J'T' JVI TVT& RllinfHPTnrMHH w TITa'"? 'WS'" fy fflVftttliTO LtKH-BeiXAfifililIA, SATURDAY, NOVtfMMR 14, 1014, ' S.t - " ' "-- 1 "-1I llJ-1 "'f - ' umtlttg ifcftger i PUBLtC LEDGER COMPANY CTIU58 It. K CUHTIS, rurstmsxT. 00, W. Ochs, 8erlarjr; John C. M&rtln, Tressureri felierlM It tarilneton, thlllp B Collins, John ft. V7II Hem. Director. BDlTOnlALDOAnDl I'Titin tl. K. Corns, Chslfmsn. r. It WHAt.BY .. .Executive Bdllor 30US C MARTIN Otnernt Diwthm Mahtter ..- - Publlahtd lllr nt ft otto t.iPOtn tlullJInr. Indtpn0fneo Square, Philadelphia. Xitbom Ctvtnv. nrotil and Chestnut Streets Atlantic I'lTt Vrttt-Untea Building JJHr Vok ItO-A. liropollln Tower cmciiio S17 Ilom lnranr8 TJullillinr Loxts S Waterloo Dace, Tall Mall, 8. W. NnwommnAust iriimKmtpo rutjo.... Th rairtoi nuiiitim? WaMI'vuto IIuckau ....The nt DnlldlnR Nw VoK niBRttl .........The rime llulldlnpt Hmmn nrnFo ..no Frle'lrl'hmrae'ti lAxto;i Hi imii ..J Pall Mall Ram. 8 W. ttts llcnruu ..32 Hue Louis ...

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