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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 November 1914

EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1914. D Ifst SOCIETY JP5) Mn. and Mrs. warren powers LAIUD, of Merlon, have Issued Invita tions for a dinner dance nt tlio Acorn Club, lo bo given nfter tlio tea nt which thoy will HUfiont" their daughter. Miss Mary Hall Lnlrd, Wednesday, November 23. Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas Mogear, of Haverford, 10 spending tho winter at tlio Windermere. Invitations have been received from Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry C. Dlmond, of Itydal, for a dance nt the Bellcvuc-Stralford, on Friday evening, December IS. at 8 o'clock, In honor of their daughter. Miss Henrietta Dlmond, who Is at present nt schuol at Farmlngton, Conn. There Hill bo about CO guests present, Mrs. Samuel W. Hnlncs, of 31S South 16th street, was the guest of her niece, Miss Es telle 8. Hatnes, of Madison uvtnuc, New York, ever the week-end. With mid-November here and Thanksgiving week closo upon us, tho whirl of gaiety for the dcbutanlo Is oven Increasing. Monday will open with a largo tea to In...

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. — 14 November 1914

.va-fii ,,v fgpttwp- wjawwww,w,' u ,, -rTxriT-rt nttTT UiWrnuTA. SATTTmiAY. "MOVK.MHER ll 1014. vv f -ffe-- $ V 10 ,T EVERY WOSSN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAIDANDJAim ?HEN THINGS GO WRONG klfen Adair Believes That a Policy of, Stoicism Is Sometimes Neces sary.' , f hw,tally things, go wrongt kK tS much or a klrni loo longl , ,. f Ui"1 follftwe ft mitt nil ft Wfpms nm, lite I tatrt tho em ngfiln' Scottish pot, George Mncuonaia, inimSo.i o vnrv into note hre. For hi t o easily do thin fco wrong with Tl of ua at tlmt! Troubles never come liielv. nnd 11 never rains but It pours- Jifftj ancient aaylnga ot tho sbrcs aro or comfort, yet too true! 1.. Afrnlti nr fnnMnlfttton to thO ai- s.i..i tiirAa hin nH mnrn of an Imperii ftnc than a kindness. There Is a certain Fp of -woman who makes a point of unK-o everywhere. Altnougii sno con Ai. kinraoir inrllnnpnnnliln ns n hospital Wller, her position there Is more oftlclous fifth omClal! Bllff IS a wniamo v. fmforter, ana Is disliked b...

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. — 14 November 1914

ini.m.. ijijiin.Jiniiiijjpiiy rMUAJ ma jfcli. jJv.J-jt. - 'sT ,.y . Hea in.- I lfi,A -....& 1014. 11 K CHURCHES BAPTISTS TO BRIM ALL WORK UNDER A CENTRAL HEAD Mealing to Consider Im portant Matter Called for Thursday Evening in Me morial Church. An effort to bring all Baptist orgaillaa (lions Under tho authority of one central iuody will bo attempted nt nn oxtru ses sion of the Philadelphia Baptist Asso ciation, to be held next Thursday eve ning in Memorial Church, Broad and Mas ter streets. Bnptlsts all over tho city ure manifesting much Interest In the pro ject, which would put that chUrch In lino with other denominations. The subject was discussed at tho an mini meeting of tho association Inst Oc tober. As tho time was too limited to .fully consider such an extensive reorgan ization, an extra session, In tho form of nn adjourned meeting, was Killed for next Thursday. At the present tlmo all Baptist organi sations nro working by themselves and "Clergymen havo pointed out that ...

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

rf1 j3.-r it. IS' IpVENIlTO IiEBOEB-PHILABiiJjDPHIA, SATURDAY, NOVTSMOBBB 14, 1914. ptiweettiaAAt irinr 'infii Him n imni iiiiiiiihiiimhiiiiii ihi imiin ii niiiiitiiiii iiiiiimoiiiiMiiiiMiMiimiiii Uhe Stage 'orofthedS&e V-r I U " ' "'' m i--i ' ' '" - aCYSb7&. ul diyun pes i iyKt:, V. ; t...VW,- ii , i , , I, I, , ,..,.,, ..,. Sf ?! tall P.. you oi to .tiiel thai havi Will O'Nj (tad ylac iieaj Seal thp oni log-J fserq Jfeni flitvJ . turn of , 4on ThI Soq arrs Bcbii over thtal by pan? M MSB wQftWai rmm: YfiEATRICAL BAEDEKER opening. INROAD -- "The Beautiful Adventure." fconifeuy ndoplcd from the French by ' GeOTRfr Bserton. stnrrins Ann Mur " tlotsk. tRfetTtt'Strene Franklin, the popular TStfniedlenue, anil a varied bill. V SiXf f tM THEATRE - "ttlndlo Waken," . ny Stttftley Houghton, produced for the rtrt time in this city. fALNWT - "OamaBcd Goode," by mux. CONTINUING. lt.PHJ-"A fair of Sixes," farce by award I'eple. Two business partners utoot n cold hand, the winner to ret...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 November 1914

m&M ., EVENING LEDGER-PHIIiABELPHIA, SATTTRDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1914. 13 rzzs m iiitoi r1 J Mr. DRAMA John Drew, a "Country Gentleman" Most theatrc-iidora nrc fftmlllftt- with ' John Drew on 1116 stage. .Mr. Drew. Who will como to thn IM-ond Street Theatre In Tho l'rodlfnl ilu.shmiu'," November 23. Is ns. Imrhnculnto, efciroct nntl gracloun In hla home, which la at Hast llnmpton, I 1. There, Mr. Drew spends his summers with hi; family, a typical country Kciitle- man. . Mr. Drew Is one of the pioneers of rinst Hampton section of Long Inland, having tnjllt his homo 14 yeain ago fro'n doslg'is jirepaicd by himself. f Just os tho premiere of Mr. Drew x play, it th Umpire Thentre, Now Yorlt, each tf-nbov Day Is considered In tlifti- ileal chiles as the "opentiis" of a new Reason, so does his return to Kast Hamp ton each spilng mark tho beginning of the summer season. Mr. Drew has been an ardent locr of horseback riding, and n, few cars niro was an enthusiastic polo player. The lat ter s...

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

fc BIGGiiblRON CONTESTS rrrTrTrrT rUUlMLL WILL HOLD GEHTRE OF THE AREM TODAY Soccer Games, Cross-coun try Runs, Boxing, Horse Racing, Shooting anct Bas ketball on Sport Calendar. SATURDAY'S SPORTS FOOTDALU Pennsylvania-Dartmouth, at FrAnklln Field. Tale-PHnfeten. at Princeton, tlnnmrd-nronn. at CambrMe Cornell-Michigan, nt Ann Arbor. Carllslo-Notro Dame, at Chlcngo. Amherst-Wllllams, at Amherst. , Cathnllo University-Dickinson, at Carlisle. T. and M -tlrslhus. at CollcRevllle. Fordham-ir. of Vermont, at New York. daJleudet-ra. Mil Col. at Cheater. Georgetown-Maryland ' Aggies." at George- n?tJihurR-tmcknU, at Twlibur. Haverford-Johni Hopkins, at Baltimore. Lafayette-Albright, at Eaeton I-ahlRh-VIUanova, at South UetWehem. Merceribura Academy-Pcnn Stato Fresh nun, at Merccrsburg ..... Mutilenberg-trfbanon Valley, nt Allcntown. N. T. U.-Stcvens, at Hobokrn. Syracuse-Colgate, at S recuse Army-Maine, at West Point. NavyColbv, nt Annapolis. Plttsburgh-Camegto Tech.. at Pittsburgh. Vlrgln...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 November 1914

WiSPy!sSflHH! W AY SOON PERMIT TRADING IN LISTED BONDS IN NEW YORK bExchanpe Authorities Con sidering Subject of Resum ing Business on Floor. Improvement Continues in Open Markets. SomllllonB at tho end of the week con- Kraut favorably with those prevnlllm? n week nero, Tho response to tho with- (drawn! of objections to open trading; In the outside security nmrkots wns so vlRorous thnt tho New York Stock Rx chiinffe nuthorltles ore now considering the BUbJect of beginning; oprntlons on the floor with trndlnR In listed bonds, but they are opposed to any preliminary an nouncement In rcKnrd to the matter, nnd It Is possible that nn announcement will come without any nntlco In advance. The trading on the Now street curb today showed further Improvement In values, with n new feature being offered to trade In stocks there, the transactions to be consummated through the New York Stock Exchange C'.jarlng Ho.ise. This was especially tho enso In Union Pacific, which was offered at lll'J, to g...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 November 1914

wassamm m swmwyFT ipw night NIGHT Ctmttmj eaaer -i v. 33 PRICE ONE CENT VOL. I-NO. 64 PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1014. CorrmonT, 1014, t in PnM.13 I.hxieb CoMriNf . a 3 tA&r vSt y rVVi Vl t3B H I EXTRA - -.. . , ,- TWO KILLED, TWO ' HURT WHEN AUTO. . IS HIT BY TRAIN fl-Vagcdy at a Crossing of the Reading Railway at St. . Nicholas, Schuylkill County. rOTTSVlLLR, Ta.. Nov. H.-Death rode Ilu an automobile party, which was (ruck by a train nt a much-used cross ing nt St. Nicholas, over the Phlladel UhlsLnnil Reading Railway, The party consisted of Peter McCormlck, station Kent for the Reading, at Olrnrdvltle; his Mjtii Nnrmnn; his cousin, Mrs, Somner Brown, all of (llrardvllle, and his sister-In-law. Miss Mnry Horn, of Malsovllte, teacher of the public schools 'The automobile was crushed like an egg shell. Normnn McCormlck and Mrs. Brown wero killed. Peter McCormlck Is at the Miners' Hospital, at Fountain Sprngs, suffering from serious Injuries. IMIsallforn's Injuries wero...

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

ipppppwwjwp immmwmi- aiiWifPf ia$MiS$i&fV-M3k MtelilaVHIiCiliMraiMfoWlrtltfM &V$?i!Sg&&B2BgmMZM&m47T!I31 NIGHT iSm jf. Ju 1 nm H VOL. I !tfO. 65 4f I'HILADELFIIIA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1914. PRICE ONE CE CortmanT, 1914, bi TnKroBttorwjrn CoMriHi. ..tii'it British Warships Reported Disabled German Regiment Lost Regional Banks Now Open Rain Makes Millions for Farmers? PICTORIAL REPORT OF WORLD'S NEWS OF THE DAY -. i .... nil minium 4&j0ffl') , ' f '.i., " (. jtf-j"''iMjr ' -i-J,'-- f N Ji. Jwjshpwwwp - - - - WMMA!m.m?Pn '-5 ipipwsswHEsssageiBSf , -;i3fMr" ."' .'V-.! J ..' !.'" ' 1 ' L.' ''JIMHI.1 i' 'IHLI. "Mllff. jMT" '.jjmwmuhi m wwifw m ..-,, f T -TrTiMBTigwrrH wmmmmimmmmKaFmmmmmm75w: warn, hi -' k fflTffmTTifflt-- 'wiS3S:frgI?!8s MJJHBnHHKflb.MHHBEHPBSBiJSHnB,-13 lEaKPSfl? . QTiME&inHHHHEiVsas v&&S&3Hl&:9HHKB&nE9' Ki3tiaittfia SHHHHK gaKb&flMlBMHHHHHH I 4 i tit i rami i i nil imi 1 i wttiHi msr $$m jzmHmmmmmamm iMsmmz, viesH )! a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 November 1914

m - - 9Bg99g9NW-4JU . plUJIWUA, W'S''"""! V Wl 1 I B W-Wk J fcl . Ge$W T 'BP I.F. "ll' aMwMiiawtoiijm tmmi Jimipiftui n .i , Tj ffyrlBP" Sr iw'fl!8wMiiw " "" "w w ww ii 11 - ii L.TTTT!!r!!!!!r!!I!r!!!Z!!S' EVENING IEnGEB PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, NOVEjMBBtt 16, 1014. PICTORIAL REPORT OF WORLD'S NEWS OF THE DAY THE DREADNOUGHT MONARCH LEAVING SOUTHAMPTON On her way to the North Sea to join the British squadron. The Monarch is one of the most formidable war ships in the British navy. GERMAN SPY SHOT BY BRITISH The scene of this tragedy cannot be identified as the censor blue-penciled the name of the locality. It is probably in northeastern France. AFTER THE FIGHT AT DIXMUDE The Germans at Dixmude have- opposed the advance of the Allies, stubbornly contesting every yard of ground under cover of some zarra Duuoings. nuu prcsscu, xue ucraiana retreat niio snccis wncrc two oi incir numoer tail mortally wounded. Photo by International News Service. GERMANS FIRING AT ALLIES At Dixmude there was...

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

NIGHT EXTRA NIGHT EXTRA Jbuetmt ir ! T VOL. I-NO, 55 PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1911. Cortnioni. 1014, tt TnnPDtuoI.tMEs Commkt. PRICE ONE CENT J 4 & t 0t FLOODS SWEEP GERMANS FROM YSERTREMES Entire Regiment of 3000 Men Reported Wiped Out by Inundation When Dykes Are Cut. Fury of Battlo Lessons as Bliz zard From North Sea Rages, Causing Great Suffering in the Linos. Yn their desperate efforts to cross the. Yscr Canal and continue' their drive to the coast, the German in vaders in West Flanders are again encountering floods let loose by the cutting of the dykes. The Paris War Office reports that an entire regiment of 3000 Germans lias been wiped out by this sudden inundation of the coun try in the vicinity of Bixschootc. A lull In the battle, owing to the floods and to the fact that the armies r nr.iv cnmnelled to fight in a rag ing blizzard, is reported from both! Paris arid Berlin. Ten thousand men have been landed from the French warships to reinforce the Allies' lines...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 November 1914

i.j-Wa-$sWi r - v s'wsFrhw - "TWjwtf JHliBit -SJe-,.- t-a-PSBK-&'--j!" - -ii n -ifetgi o ? "A(- END OF BLOODSHED IN MEXICO SEEN IN GUTIERREZ LETTER mitmtrahon Much En- couraged Following Re ports That Villa and Car ranza Are Eliminated By JOHN EDWIN NEVIN "WASHINGTON, Nov. 16.-i'oIUve guar antees that the lives nnd properties of all foreigners tn Mexico will bo protect d by the administration of Provisional President Eulntlo UuUerros havo Men re ceived by President Wllmrt. tn addition Gutierrez emphatically tieclnre-s thnt die tatorshlp has ended In Mexlo fnr (tl! time and that the mllllnrv faction how in control realize that only n Government directly commissioned by the Mexican people can hope to reorganize Mexico ml place the nepubllo on a stnble bjN This guarantee, gent direct by General Gutierrez to President Wilson, following tho report that both General Carranif.i and Villa have agreed lo eliminate thcti' selres from the sltuntlon, Increa3el the belief In Administration c...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 November 1914

EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY NOVEMBER 16, 1914. 3 f A. F. OF L, RESENTS NONUNION LABOR ON LINCOLN GIFT Former Attorney General McRcynolds Criticised for Decision Declared Oppos ed to 8-Hour Law. Former Attorney General Mcnoynoldi, now Asfc'clate Justice of the Supremo Court of tho United States, was criticized at tho convention of tho American , foil ration of Lnbor, In Horticultural Hall, today for a decision which Vlco President Duncan, of the Federation, said Mr. Mc Itoynolds made on tho eight-hour work day as It applies to ffo-crnment work. According to Mr. Duncan, Mr. Mcltcy nolds whon-Attorney Gincrnl rendered an opinion to the effect that all material used on government bulldlnR operations was to bo considered In the nature of supplies, and vns to be put chased In tho open mar ket, ivhero tho elghl-hoiu; law was not applied. According to n report presented by Mr. Duncan, Mr. McRcynolds gave his opinion on tho basis of a statement mado by Secretary of Labor Wilson on th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 November 1914

mmmm HTW'a'gKiyT.-,rine.-Tfltai "V. W .WB-tWraKlEa affaaaareaarag 'A; 1 0 i& in. el , t. aw pta. tok Uu th.- re ct v' n fa h mt by sa i tir tvll nil wit v sh. C pot en of baf h&l r? Fivi f st ts itS A. Dull - SsHasnBK- ' laHflbMsK I Ik 4 FLOODS ALONG YSER CANAL DESTROY GERMAN REGIMENT PARIS. Joy. 16. j DeslruetlBn of an entire regiment ot Gorman tttwiw In Belgium Is innemncjed 1n An bftlelM statement ssuerl hpre this afternoon. A Herman regiment numbers .-, -.... ,. . .. ,. . ..- 4 iiw niaiemciu aiso nnnouncco inn C tfforo floods have been caused along the kir Cahat. This Is attributed to the Culllnff of dykes. Because of the spread bt Hie waters the thief fighting Is now confined to" an artillery contest. g. The official eommunlquo follows! ft "Along the Yscr Canal from Nlcuport as " far as the approaches of Dlxmudn there was yesterday nothing but a slm ISc, 10 onhnonacle, Inundations have hap Tf,pned nil along the territory nouth of HRf5pftmuilc. and the terrain Is actuall...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 November 1914

imm mnmmwimmim, ,ilf 'Maptl Bgr.TO.gM1 fhf r F'S I TRADING IN COTTON LIGHT AS NEW YORK EXCHANGEREOPENS Market Steady, With Prices Far Under the Closing on July 31 Attendance Is Large. i CMv0? Kov' 16 Tho Ncw york fiM? Li c"a.M8e feoiKiicil thl mornlni? SrJLit"513: ,nrR0 "limbed of traders Urgent and TMth the galleries crowded. w. Tarkct. 1,onc'1 '"end.v, but there half h mi!Sh tra(U"B durlns the llrst JI?iV. i ' Tho prlcc,s wero fftr um,c- "u 1 rices when ll,0 market closed In July, but JL ,of what has happened since then i,,.;,. . . Wcro Ratlncd that tho llgures levels Ctrtl0n t0day wero ttt falr December opened ot 7.45c, January nt 700,. March nt 7.85c. aifd May at 8.10c. .'.!, .. mlnue these prices had ' m?etl .BlEhJ'- However, there was ?i!l..n ., ot C0fntlnce among the traders ,,-- . . nmrk' soon would begin nn upward movement. Everything was done that could be done to help out tho cottrti market while tho radiance was clcsed. Committees wcro appointed to take care of the unliq...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 November 1914

xXaHaaassassslassssssssassBiaTssywsw,'".l'Vlsmi .'"is ' ' 1 "?. jff.ryx-'' -' -" -Jiei; frm 5S? " v A3 - - MfiR??T i -wrssftifoL 6V V? " ' psg:.i3 yBSWH'Miw"'1 rK 'irv BSSfe Brails- I && 'Ac? ' 1 M i- im MfAn"iBK Wc , would : outi Affuaii Ca: c - 13VENING LEBGEB-PHJLADELPHIA, MONDAY, .NOVEMBER 10, 1011 MUCH TO ATTRACT - INTEREST TODAY IN FINANCIAL CIRCLES SOJDcning of Federal Reserve Banks, Cotton Exchanges and New York Curb Held Attention. PHILADELPHIA MARKETS Thfe were many thlnss which nt trutittd Interest In the financial com rMinlty today. Chief of theso wan the opening of tho new Federal reserve banks, while much attention was Blven o tho official opening of tho Now York curb and the Cotton Exchanges In New York and New Orleans. Prices on the curb wcra cenernllv firm Tmdinn- In ContrvMfiht on the New York Cotton Exchange Jlfee'jid prices were far below thoso pre- bioni """"" v e cioso on July 31, GRAIN AND FLOUR WHEAT. Receipts, 3A.082 bush There w a fair export Inquir...

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. — 16 November 1914

M-&M&JMMf .... -j-i , . ,. , t -r-r T K' hv. 4,ii7f, t,TJ,JptJilV-itl&;fjJliw-.l-J--1,j;' - "-, ... . . ., ., mmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmm EVENING LEDUER-TUILADELPHIA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1014. 300 CHILDREN LED TO SAFETY BY NUNS -' WHILE FIRE RAGES If BRITAIN WILL HONOR LORD ROBERTS, DEAD HERO OF MANY WARS BHmBSWj Store Opens 8:30 A. M. WANAMAKER'S Store Closes 5:30 P. M. News of the Wanamaker Store At. iilxaiM--ilJ; -wxfiniiiffyi t mmmmmmtmmmm w Tvvetity Dominican Sisters Rouse Sleeping Charges When Sparks from Burning 'Stable Shower Orphanage. NBW TOnif, Nov. 16. Twenty nuns and 300 children under their chnrfte, wero Rot gAfcly out of the Domlnlcnh SlBtors JliAuc, 32) ISast C3d street, ;. esterilay, whlld tiro rased In the Knickerbocker Ice plant stftblo nearby. Showers of sparks were sweeping oer the orphanngc, and thick clouds of amoko filled the rooms and hallwnys. The cournRts of tho children was remark able ns thev marched out of the building In flood order. Some of tho old...

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

( "WKn'TF; "VSV UMUHIIUWUtWWrW! jt -WWMWlNailis KSHIIEESS -- - '- ' "" EVENING LEDGERPHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1914. r- S"K rsi uV Urn n, jir .! WW 'T vl 1 si n i cl cfl hi Pi for all' Ul. wh th' Ea jiffj Sr W 8 , Kwtttlti0 gH tStfiger PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY CTKUS H. K CUUTIS, TaMiBEWT. Geo. W. Ochs, HTeUry; John O. Martin. Treasurer Charles ir. Ludlngton. Fhlllp B CMllns, John B. Wil liams,. Director. MMVl II!, ,- Et)ITORIAII)OAnb j, Crata K. K. Cobtis, Chairman. 'P.M. W1IALBT Becullva Editor '- jrdf- . . .i .. . - mi, r 1. 1 1 ,.ra . , 'JQtlU C. MAhTlN.. General Builnens Manager Published dally at rcstto t.tMCa Building-, Independence Equant Philadelphia. 1.KMKS dssTtiAL Broad nnd Chestnut Btteets Atlantic Cm mta-Unten Building- Nsw Tea 1T0-A. Metropolitan Tower 'CttiCABO 81T Home Insumnee Building tosMK., 8 Waterloo Place, Pall Mall, S. TV. NEWS BUREAUS mntiir.ti Jlqnt-AO The rotrtot Bulldlnit WasiiI.Noto lii)ar.AU , ..The boil nulldlnir $5WT Yo"K """AU The Ttmr r BittMIn...

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

0-Ih ?V . 'r ri WHWmm pt yjjw,n "rTVIJT'iilgfPWPCTasgWTO WCTJrwjtMrMraM i fii war mn wTn.aajMMum)3- M-l'lr'a' rnccm-g.ffi!3 J8M-... ffl1Mjrfftra.wJ,w:,aidbMeM b-a.jna iw mw;uu ''' j":,-""""r' " i !' ' & if 7M SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA Mtt. AND MnS, EDOAIt SCOTT hav Issued Invitations for n dinner nl the mtg-Carlton before tho Assornbly In honor of their niece, Miss Henrietta' Howard Sturgls, daughter of Mrs. Robert Sturgls, of New York. itr. and Air. Edward AValter Clnrk have Issued Invitations for a dinner done on Satur day evening. December 6, at 7 o'clock, al Kee waydln, thlr homo at St. Martin's. hIIm Susan B. Iimoritott, daughter of Mr. and Mr Kdward Ingersoll: Mlaa rtuth Coxe, daugh ter of itr. nnd Mrs, Henry Brlnton, Coxe; Mist Hilda Tunis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas tt. Tunis, nnd Miss Mary Wood Unity, daughter of Mr. and Air. Charles Winter Bally, -will go over to New York to receive at the tea Mrs. nobcrt Sturgls will give at the Colony Club on Decembe...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 November 1914

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