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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 September 1914

HHE ! M " V&frlW r,EDaB3?atLAPBXPHIA, WEDNESDAY, EFTEMBKB 16, 1914. U AERIAL WARFAJfe-HAVOC CAUSED IN ANTWERP BY BOMBS DROPPED FROM ZEPPELINS .. . mm It 'BV DAMA& CAU3ZD BY G?rtAN 30WB3 V CTY Or NTW? PrtOTOl UHOtfWOOO it UVJSPlvVaO BELGIANS tNSPZCTMG D?TG OSY BY ZLNS SfCC0 BY BOMB WC AfSSD Wl.SS STTTOY CHURCH Or YOT? Ortf:. rtrflMFsS, WICKED, W7-(vffi rtOMT WCArO SY ZUA, sovt fNf r'i i ;;! i-,Sl; 1'; t i 4 " n a 1 u 1 .ia ,.5l-:i1 . v '

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. — 16 September 1914

P 4 i "tBH 4" EVENING LEDGER-PHIL'ADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 191. f i.) :i ! i$? fi m I1KJ4 RUSSIAN ARMY SWEEPS ON TOWARD AUSTRIAN STRONGHOLD AT PRZEMYST, LONDONERS BEAR STRAIN OF WAR WITH milPT RPIDTT R uiiuuiuiuimu Sober Rejoicing Greets News of Successes and Casualties Are Heard With Fortitude. I I'llBIWWWMIWfWrWWWWIiLiiLIJtllHIMimjUWiMj.fijBHHimnpwmMiHlKMUiHW "3r' NEW. YQltK. Sept. 16.-Estelle AV Etetul, In spoclnl corresponJence to the American, graphically pictures conditions In London under the strain ot war time Order Is perfect nnd tidings both of dis aster nnd victory nre met with quiet dig nity. Miss Stead writes: "Only a little more than a month npo the majority of Londoners were preparing for their summer holidays a Rood rest toy- the sea or u trip on the. Continent peace nnd iulet everywhere. "Now, with scarce a warning, we arc at war. and. as we gradually realize what war mean, is meaning across the Chan nel, we thank t5od that we are a strong hold surrounded ...

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. — 16 September 1914

EVENING LEDGEK-PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1C, 1014 ENFORCED MILITARY TRAINING IS URGED FOR GREAT BRITAIN DE ID MORE TRAINS English Medical Experts ' Give Reasons Why Com pulsory Service Should Be Adopted in 1 hat Country, nnnncini ins. 1 l " i A proti'Sl lm New Jersey Commuters File Protest With State Commission. A proteit auiiri.si Hip net! in of the PciuiBlvaiil.L Hiliiemd In till tailing Ita ervltes v.-Uli lhe tiutiiicntiu 1 of the v.ln lur scliotiulfs, ..eitovdiiy, lift' bee-i llled with the New Jersey Public t'tllticB Coiiinila'oii by the South Jeinoy Cnm muleifl' Awoclntlon. Tin- nui.ielntlo.i has boutln n. cnmiiulsn nanlnst tl-c (lit ca toned JneioaHrs In com iii'iliitlon tales. Tlin nnsoclnllon chnrces Unit the now schedules have hi-en dtiiwn iii without reirard to the convenience of tlio meat nrmy of commute! h. It Is nl Iniseil that the residents of aomo towns will ho obliged to move elsewhere nt Brent Tl-c European wnr nnd the ! the conmil.i.ilon ndinlttcd . Pcnib...

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. — 16 September 1914

ai .a.a :. n "ip-.ir.p-'yw; rjf,-r wwrrr- l THREE WHIPPED BY NIGHT RIDERS FOR TALKING TOO MUCH Farmer, Preacher and Labor er Beaten With Straps, Proposal to Hang One Lost by Single Vote. lmrKlVltitB. Ky.. Sppl. is. -u. o. iliamby, Homy Jordon and Itftrrletm Jfr tlati, of Paw .in Spring, wrr wiHprtd by tils hi rldeis. charged by thnlr taplois tvitli hating talked Ion mliuii. their only tnlliltiR, howvei, beltnS against Slight riders. I Iamb l.i ii retired r.iiwr and er unco thp tobacco troubhs four or five treats ago he has Ijou outspoken against Slight riding. The etdor .tuition, a street BirpacliPi, I .iid to have criticised night. B'ldlhg. though tip says hi didn't. Harrison .1 onion, twppty yean of ne. is a farm laborer. Recently hi employer lalmcd that tXd . had hidden In thp smoke-house 1iad boon stolen. A few might afterward. Jordon joy. thrc nn n took him rut. forcing his employer ami non tn accompany them, sttunc him up to the tie. It mid pave him two minutes a 1 1 which to ...

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. — 16 September 1914

BRITISH AIM NOT TO CRUSH GERMANY WITH PEACE TERMS Drastic Policy Against Brit ons' Interest, Says Corre spondent Russian Des potism as Bad as German Militarism. LONDON, Sept. 1G. W'lille Ihuslnnd Is cementing (Irmly her alliances with Prunco Mid Hlissla In the present lonlllct, It will not !u to her UitcK'it to "le Cleimaiiy oft tho tnnp." A ciltlcal observer here, who linn Keen years of hcivIoo ns a war coi respondent, ajs. 'It Is no l""t oC Hrltlsh policy to jrrinii the Herman facu utttily Into tho dust, after Oernmny has heeti thoroughly tctttcn In tlie Held of war. It will be to nobodv'fl real Intci est to substitute Hus sion despotism for German militarism In i:ure)c The latter must and will ho crushed, but then It will bo to the gen et nl Intel est of tho world to nccord peaco conditions which will still leave Uurmany (tlf-icspectlni; and strong. 'it Is tins policy which lies at the bot tom of out stietiilous rcsolvn to creato a ltlK iim that will bo In lino fotm and fine cond...

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. — 16 September 1914

M mu II ifi SIC ivrcS? AVm fift; l; h. - I K '!-i.l.HJl"!5!fnnWB ;"? 'aiw- t "a-fs.it wn-s""- vrt' il II 1 l ll.l I i.il,lllll.l.....IHI.HIIII I mi up EVENING && LEDGER TUBLIC LEDc E l COMPANY CYItUH M. K. CUIITIS. PlIMtDINr. . f onn Grlbhtl. Vlcerrealdenti 0-W.Chst Secretary John C. Martin, Treaeurer: Charles, It. Ludlnjton, rhlllp a. Collin, Jolin n. Will lam i. Directors. KDITORI AL BOAI1D : Cibds IT. K. Ccitis, Chairman. f. IT. T7ItAt,Kr Kf tultv JMltor .tOHN C. M.VttTI.V... ,J, . .general llutlneaa Manager rubllthctl itallr at Pernio Lr.no as Hulldlns, Independence Square, Philadelphia. I.mesn Ci.NTiit Bread Am! Chestnut Street ATT.AXTIC Cut rri-tKloii nulldine Nw Toss tTO-A. Metropolitan lower CmcAflo. 817 Home Insurance. Ilultdlnsf London s Waterloo Tlaie, Fall Mall. 8. Vi. NtlU'S BURBA t'Ri TTjnii'urao Brmn The rat riot Ihilldjns WaamicTos BinsAC The Tosf Tiu d ne . Toaa: HcinAO The Time TlulMlnr Jiratis Iirmuc , o FrledrlclulraM" JfOMioN Iicinr ,.3 Tall Malt East. S...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 September 1914

f y h & 'i ""'!.' ,'n,i'Vwn k it.li i ;m w iii. ,111 .-..M.f .1 j'f.' jj:'i':"y.i ' ;;. :;" fit" 'iii rr 'j; f " y,i"'.iiA fry),.'.';',1,'" '; foj,11' 'jw SOCIAL LIFEf IN CITY AND NEARBY TOWNS A MONO the l'hllndelplilans expected soon to A nrrlve from tlie war zono ale Dr. and Sirs. Benjamin . Heath, who, with their children, XtlW Alberta I'aliconat Itonth and .IohcpIi 1'an. coast Heath, have been spending the post three rears In Htvltzerlnnd and ,t'ari. Doctor and Mrs. Heath wilt occupy their house 1011 Walnut itrcct, which wna rented last year hy Mr. nnd Mrs. ! Theodore Marshall. Mrs. Itcatli was 5"ss Florence t'aucoast, a. daughter of Mis. Albeit 1'nncoaHt nnd sister 0( Mrs. Joseph K. Wldoncr, of Klltltm t'arls. Mis. A. Oarcscho Norris and lier little daugh ter. Miss Elisabeth Norrls, havo icttirncd to the' city nflfi' a summer spent In Onpe May and dm I'ocono Mountnlna. Mrs. Norrls will re main heio until somo time In October, when j ,he will sail for cuoa mm win spend the w...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 September 1914

feTO.--VfKvg" 5555 -?-. 3"esi o 10 EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA. WEDTOSgAY, 3EPTOMlgB":lt', 1914' . . WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MaId AND MATRoS TEMININE FLIRT OFTEN PROVES TO . BE BEST OF WIVES Ancient Adage That "Flirts Never Marry" Isn't True in Most Cases Her Experi ence Valuable. fplf -A PRINCESS MARY PRINCESS MARY OF ENGLAND Daughter of King George Able Ten nis Player nnd Horsewomnn. The only daughter of King George the Fifth is n young nnd charming girl who I early has lenrned tho duties of her high i position Tor, not onl to her mother, , she 13 the greatest l.vly In the bind of l.nglnnd, nd holds tho noblest rank. i With no sister to hair hoi lessons or pursuit?, tho young Viincess giently .ip I precl.ite.-t the society of her five In others .nd i beloved of nil fiotn the Millet and t "Helved I'rlnce of Wall's to that Irre piessllilo nine-year-old, the mlchlevotw From time Immemorlnt much cenmre nnd riltleWm have ev beset the p.illi vn of that tiot-a...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 September 1914

OLD RESIDENTS AT SEA GIRT SEEK TO JOIN SPRING LAKE Label Failure of Develop ment Company to Improve First Residential Section as ''Territorial Oppression." gf'A UlItT, JC. J., Sept. 16 -The foi tunes of Soa Gilt, tvhlch havo played a jee-saw since tho tlmo the Pennsylvania jUthoad Company opened the ttact to developments thirty years a so and which woro especially nffeclcd by the failure of the Kojstono Dank In Philadelphia, ap pear again to hang In the balance through the action of a number of the old-ttm cottagers who, hea'ded by J. Uunfont Samuel, of Philadelphia, havo applied to the nearby borough of Spring Lake for annexation of a part of tho le ort to that place. Tho ola property owners hore assert tlicy aio being discriminated against by ihe tirescnt developers of the tract In favor of tho new lot buyers, and Samuel and William N. Mellon, of West Phila delphia, havo been appointed a commit cte by the old lot holders to tako charge of tho light against what they label tor ilto...

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

'"MfSnmfCf fT-pT3rSJ ' '-"-rtfflgw v ie 1? EVENING- LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, WT&DtfESfcAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1914! m M 1 I a mm If i ij SECRETARY JAME JAKE E. SOUIYAN, SECRETARY A. A. 0, DIES IK KEW YORK Was America's Best Posted Athletic AuthorityDied Just Before Noon of Com plication of Diseased, E. SULLIVAN piilade piua golf tosmke: t to be started t0l0rr0w Invitation Affair Has At tracted Entry List Well Over the 200 Mark St. Martin's Cup Event. I I'lul n 1 I i hi in SEW YUP.IC. Sept. 1. lames H. Stlt llvnn, sccrUtiiylioasiirer of the Amateur Athletic Cnlon, ami our of the most widely known sporting authorities I., Amcrlcn, died hero hnrtly lief 01 p noon today. Sullivan n operated on Mndni 1 vi nine for a onmpllotitlun of nti-i. ,il und etomnch trou' 1.., and m v(r .nli. ! .-M1111V1111 attelTlcd tin- 11 uimutl mitii.ni field nnd trat-U ihiinip.'iusltiti. at lliltl-' more hist li dn and ttaitnd.i- I'non In 1 leturn to N'nr York t-uhditi he vim stricken. Plivmctnhs deeded timm 11 11 ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 September 1914

EVENlM' LEDGBB-PHlbADBiPHIA, WEDNESDAY; SEPTEMBER 16,' 191 '13 lj THE FINANCIAJtoD COMMERCIAL SITUATION AI HOME AND ABROAD-MARKET REPORTS i . 1 . . - i i i i i GENERAL RETURN OF CONFIDENCE SHOIN IN FINANCIAL MARTS Those Who Protested Exist ence of Stock Exchanges Now Loudest in Appeals for Their Early Reopening. jt Is a decided tribute to the con eervatlsm of American Investors that there linn been lacking recently that talk or the existences of near-ianle conditions In the financial markets which was ap parent almost overywhero Just after tho news had been Hashed that the stock ex changes were about to dlscontlnuo busi ness. Tho public generally has como to realize that tho country's credit Is safo In the hands of thoso who dominate Its finances and It Is disposed to tako a calmer and moro hopeful feeling of tho general situation. Contrast tho fecllns: today with that of three or six months ngo In rcforonco to tho need at alt of the Now York or othor gtock exchanges. Thcro were tho...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 September 1914

KLi 3t0K -W POSTSCRIPT EDITION EVENING BMKJMP'il--iwffl-n-l- sfihHyB vn HiDljJiixi POSTSCRIPT EDITION vol. i no. a rniLiUJELPnLv, Wednesday, September ig, 9i. I'ltTCE ONE CENT J. EADS HOI PLANS TO GIVE AID TO THE HAPLESS HOBO Comes as a Full-Fledged Doctor With Scheme to Revive Brotherhood of the Unemployed. Kil .i - r Learning that hds International Urotlin hood Association mid CVmmlttee for the Unemployed wus languishing, J- Eods How, whose heart gav birth to the ti fanlzitlon Is back In Philadelphia lie has opened p fie9 eniplo merit fgencv In Lewuts' llnll. Ninth ami Spiins Garden streets, nnd Ik ha '"t thr brotherhood on Us leg. He expects to have It striving out Ju-t like t recover ing Invalid when he nimnr' Hie Urothers ft little by means of a plnv called "Hitting the P.oad or Ttldlmi the Break Uc-nm. tt fjs 8 little dium.i dedicatee) to the iVum tv Miss Cora r Hniv. y. iii(T-aRtte ai d national treasurer of tho brotheiliood. It vvlll be presented nt tho headciu.it lots Septe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 September 1914

"' ,JI 1J 5JEnp. SPORTS FINAL JLAjLAJLJXm JLJXw rlnfll VOL. I-NO, 3 PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1G, 11)14. PRICE ONE CENT ""- TTT-- Hi i . .. . BATTLE ALONG AISNE RAGES FIERCELY AS ALLIES ASSAULT FOE -o THRILLING FINISH IN CLASS D PACING EV.ENT AT BELMONT PARK TODAY David C, owned by D. Cromley, won the first heat In the Class D event for pacers at the Road Drivers' matinee, held at Belmont Park, this afternoon. Nina B., owned by James Bell, finished second, while Polly S., with W. C. Brawley driving, won the third honors. I'CORMIGK MADE FUSION FOR GOVERNOR Washington Party Commit tee Disregards Judge Brumm's Warning That Progressives Prefer Brum baugh. Flinn's Argument Outweighs Schuylkill Jurist's and Demo crat Is Placed at the Head of Ticket. MAJOR LEAGUE RESULTS TODAY NATIONAL LEAGUE Pittsburgh, 0 10 0 0 0 10 Phillies., r. v.... 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 R. H. E. 0267 x 6 9 2 Batteries Cooper and Gibson; Rixey and Killcfer. Umpires Eason and Quigley. Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 Brooklyn ...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 September 1914

??WK-f 'JV B ' iKfM5!J5Si 2 v EVENING LEDGEE-PrrirADELPHT WftDtfESITA'Y, SEPTEMBER 1G 1912. of tho German nrmy Tho German wero Investing; Fort Troyon nnd the neighboring forts between Tout ninl Verdun, with the object of opening n vmy of retreat on their left. Tho failure of thlt plan means that the French are masters of the valley from Toul to Verdun. Therefore, tho armies of the Crown Prince Frederick William and the Duko of Wtirttomberg will be unable to cross tho Mouse and I will have to go farther north and at tempt to pass by the Stenay Gap Tho forward movement of the allies between tho foiest of Argon no anil tho Meuso continue-?. Tho pressure of tho allies has had tho effect of straighten Ins tho battle front until It Is now al most n straight line to it point east of the Mouse and near Htattt. Uelfoit, France, Is III a stale of siege, and, according to the French military authorities Is In a position to resist attack lmlcilnltcly. ALLIES REPULSE COUNTER ATTACKS OF GERMANS L...

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. — 16 September 1914

'?ljtj M HhESwS-"- ' r " V i . fin- YENINOLEDEB-PHILADBLPHIA, WEDNESDAY jEPTgK.gERlG JJAl . mb!m AERIAL WARFJjJr-HAVOC CAUSED IN ANTWERP BY BOMBS DROPPED FROM ZEPPELINS raftrf DAMAGE CAUSED 3Y GEPA1AM 30S7B5 N CTY OF ANTUEPP frtOTOJ lMOCWOOO it UM0&WOOO II V K fill r,,s pTTty- WSMi ' w 1 "ato f & " fk!WJ"- X-1S-3f BELGIANS INSPECTNG DArt7GE DOME 3Y ZEPF'ETLfHS '; 'v: -''. Jm ' ?f 16 ' mbm TiTii TM"1 r UTiil i li i Jl-TVT f-.,3E"k;7T r 'WP, 4". JH- tfE P 'W3JI h WSTJ. LUMIl 1 r" ' f 4tf&l Pi fECKCD BY SOA8 WtfCft AS?0 Wfi2SS 3777OV m . tt iwitf.i.- sfBa 'if " Kill?-1 if f'Ii f ;' '"'fiii irn,s?pji B. fS'.iig 3i iP1 CHURCH OF VOT? DA7-, A77ZArS, WRECKED 7vt-Iv0 vcvv- pvror - ze&ctjv &ov&

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 September 1914

,,. --, '"-"- fciggiFJum xijwp is-wfcW v 7"i np'i '4 EVENING LEDGER PHIEADEEPfllA, WEDNESDAY, SEP TOMB Bit 1'8, IQTJ am SACKOFLOUVAIN BELGIANS' FAULT TOURIST ASSERTS Residents Sniping Enrages Geimans and Frenzy of Destruction Ensues War Forced on Kaiser by Gen eral Staff. NEW YOHK, Sept. 16 -HcBpotnlblllty In large ilpptve for the destruction of Louvaln was placed upon the UetRlnna by I. Wplnholt, who was n surgeon of the Belgian lied Cross when the Oi r mans made the nttnek on lileire nml was later made n inemlier of the Ited CVtps. Mr. Welnholt arrled here on the llot terdnm. "Just after the capture of tlece I wns forced to serve with the ilcrmnn Hwl Cross," said Mr. Welnholt, "nnd wl'h them proceeded to the French frontier There was a. little leslstanco on the Wll lth here niul there some desultory skir mishing. "When wo rem linl t.ouvnln the iltl7m enraged bernus" the Ocrmnin wnntonlj hot bI.x i'f the lmrgntnaster". liecuii 10 fcnlpo the Imader from nernplnnes and windows of the...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 September 1914

IVENIfrG LEb4bR-PHILADBLPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1914. CHILD'S CRIES SAVE FATHER FROM GRASP OF STREET THUGS Runs for Help When Five Men Spring From Shadow 0f Building and Fell Policeman. drilled cries from Thomns Dooncr, 8 7, eld of 2514 Garnet trt. when nvo fflwymen jumped from the shadow . hiiitdln nt 22d street and Lehigh 'Inland attacked hi. father. Patrol- John Dnr' o the 28th and Oxford "!... ooltce station, brought assistance Tlvenled the thugs from Inflicting l,,Zr Injuries to his parent. The elder oonlr I In the Woman's Homeopathic 1 Thl' rtther, who' Is on his vacation, was .Ilklflf with his son to their home when v as attacked. Tho men leaped on ..trolman without warning. He tried .Apple with them, but was unable to M ' th the flvo adversaries. Doonor " slrnck from behind with a blackjack la knocked to his knees. While In this poiltlon he oontlmled to Jht bat another blow stretched him on ths ground. The nve men Jumped on tha nrortrate body. Although terror-stricken...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 September 1914

- V, v ir--ri -wo nTmv 0 EVENING MD8I3B-PHILADELPHIA, WlilDNBHbAY, BliUPTiilaiBlSB 10, 114 ffi THREE WHIPPED BY MIGHT RIDERS FOR TALKING TOO MUCH Farmer, Preacher and Labor er Beaten With Straps. Proposal to Hang One Lost by Single Vote. HOP1CINSVIL.LE, Ky.. Sept. 16. W. U. JIamby, Henry Jordan and Harrison Jor dan, of Dawson Springs, were whipped by night riders, charged by their captors with having talked too much, their only talking, however, being against nlfrht riders. Hamby la a retired fanner and ever since the tobacco troubles four or live years ago ho has been outspoken against night riding. Tho elder Jntilon. n strict preacher Is said to have criticised night riding, though he says ho didn't. Harrison .Tordon, twenty years of ane. Is a farm laborer, necentlv his emplo.ver claimed that (300 ha had hidden in the smoke-house had been stolen. A few nights afterward, Jordon says, three men took him out, forcing his employer and son to accompany them, strung him up by tho neck a...

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

MAYOR RETURNS TO FIGHT BATTLE FOR GREATER CITY i f A J J P.. fylcdS HIS MQViacia anu A- presses Pleasure at virtual Assurance of Early Start Qn Subway Work. .r.ror Blankenburg actively resumed i ... his campaign for a ureal construe 1 urogram for Philadelphia. ". Blankenburg made his first ap. nce at City Hall since the begin ff . f the summer recess of the coun "" ,. ,,,,,. His first oniclal action 17 summon the directors of his I1 .nt "n ring the conference with his dlrec DurlnS .,;.., pressed gratification ""' the H "w-m lon" lncUu,lnB tl,e SUlMm for preliminary work In Mb- .construction, Is virtually assured. ! reluctant Councils made preparation the loan only after Mayor Blank- ;;S vUTousiy ued t.t u bc fa'1"1, . . ... .!. the cabinet " ...... .t.n.trtmcntal budgets for STEd. are now being prepared for uueductton to -- CITY BOND SAIjE. . communication was received by the . . rnm City Controller Yalton nsn ETppSS Sr the sale of an additional fJof the J7.OO0.O0O loan of 1912. The...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 September 1914

?spriSip8E35jj v-iv- 8 EVENING EEDGER-PHIL'ADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 103J4 r r. EVENING LEDGER PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY CTRTJ3 II. K. COIITIS. Pbidsm. . Jehn fJrlbbet. Vle President; Oco.W Oohn. ffereUrr t Jehn c. Martin, Treanurer : Charles II. Lunlniton. I'Mlip S. Collins. John B. Wllllm.DlrctOM KDiTonui.noAnDt Ctntis n. K Ccrtic. Chairman. P. It. WHALBT BxfCHtlvff BJHot JOnW C, MARTIN Oensrul nuilness Manager Publlahfd dally at Pcsuo I-mow nulMIn. Independence Square, rhllartelrmia .,,..,. yoKV.V:;;;;::::.woVArMMK.pouun Tower CnicAoo SIT Horn In"'r.TOiV W London 8 Wnterloo Place. Pall Mall. NEWS mjREAL'S : ,.,,,. WAmifcnTos nimtu v3?'tiC??J nut d n? Niw Tout noBEAO... IhA-Ti?,.h..ros4 Deal in ncmcAtj .' J rrMt? 'J "w London lltmsio 3 Pall Mall Et. 8 v. Pima Dbbbau 82 Hue Leula le Grand SUBSCRIPTION TEBMS Br carrier. Daih Oni.t, all cents. By mail. post? W tratsld of Philadelphia, except whsr f0"'"".!;,! It required. Daily Oni t. one month, t"nt':?ir,he",i!l Dailt Onli, ona ...

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