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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 November 1914

ild ffi'r-M) LMf44A JJStVlHNIyW''11' MpWWfm& -LL ,kMaS! lpPlWf8 a xK EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1914, FOOTBALL RESUME OF WEEK-END BY EXPERT CONTAINS INTERESTING INFORMATION t a v . .Jtf n V 15 M B JSll BjPIQjMw iffo j - YALE ONLY BARS WAY TO HARVARD'S TITLE , ADVANCE Physical Unfitness of Pcnn One of Main Reasons for Her Poor Showing Football Games Over Land Discussed "' by Gridiron Expert. BY EDWARD R. BUSHNELI, Only1 Yale burg Harvard's pnthway to the eastern Intercolleglnte football cham pionship for 1S14 The Hlue having dis posed of life Orange nnd Mack of Prince ton tV a score of i to 14 will settle Its nrnunfont with the Crimson on Saturday when Yale's submerged bowl will bo dedicated to the causo of college sports with some 70,000 spectators looking on. Only i miracle can save Pennsylvania, burlort on Saturday undor n -0 avalanche by Dartmouth, from a similar rate at tho hands of Cornell on Thanksgiving Bay Theso are the outstanding features of tile ...

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. — 16 November 1914

k1 rl ifefiHfei4 Mjsttryv 4'f6t''g' h NIGHT EXTRA Msk ictienm f i V01. I-KO. 65 PRIGE OITB OBNT PHIIiADEIiPHIA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1014, Cor tfttsRTt I0, r me Pestia I.roars Coarmr. NIGHT ' EXTRA v1 mraoer 3nO'.MK!mtll Mb fHff. k,nfflJ sw "J , Jk cetVit' i : m Ujil m - mk MORRIS AND PALMER MAY QUIT POSTS AS DEMOCRATIC CHIEFS 4 Politicians Believe New ; Party Direction in Penn- I iylvania is Desired by if President. The probable retirement of Roland S. Morris he chairman of the Democratic . CUt Committee and the selection of a leader to replaco A. Mitchell Palmer as tho head of the Democratic party In Pennsylvania are being discussed by poll tlclails and "dopesters" today even mora 'than the possibility of a fight between the Vafes and Senator McNlchol. -President Wilson, although not dissatisfied with Palmer's leadership, Is desirous of placing the Democratic party In Penn sylvania. In the hands of leaders who can fcring about harmony with the Old Guard faction and build up tho pa...

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. — 17 November 1914

335552? ilctiu, iv, i-i: ert.ti tsr nL SUIiiXUlBaJu ymm1 wmwmwwmmfmwm'Mmmwm- uwwiwiiji'jBj prrp nig; XTRA fSM W B mBfl Vol. i-3fo. cV rniLADlSIiPHIA, TUESDAY, NOVBMliBB 17, 1914. Cortftrtnt. inn. r trtnrdrBttd'tiEMEtt 66ftitt HjlliHll! W jt I lfclMm ' 3 . 1 ' .... 3 .'Centres on Aisne Turk Armv Shelled bv Czar's SMds road Bovcott Citv Called Reno of East ' ?dui-i' KB r , SCENES AND EVENTS IN WORLD'S NEWS OF THE DA Y THE BRITISH AT THE FRONT ARTILLERY ON THE MOVE the heavy field pieces that have held the Kajscr's forces at bay in their desp ads. British, trooos are shown lireakincr enmri in the hackcrronnil. onlv one tent i preparing to follbw, tlic ;guiis mi their' advance, to, a new point of vantage Won for them hy a desperate charge of British infantrymen. Villagers arc seen standing about Watching with great interest the preparations of their defenders. A b.a'tjery is slioW"n .'qii ihe vay tp ti.iicw position in Belgium. These arc some of the heavy field pieces that have held 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. — 17 November 1914

vJl"" rAT Viris '-v giijf :l ijKs ''Ja - . j JyfHWI. jVf -fS 1, Ftl5&w: iiftTiwrt'fs ..i. ... .. . -.: J.3! ...J,- .... ., --...wuilU '3li.!,",j"JiwF'- t'"'iweA-'-rtErr! -t" --? Strc? -7?-Vfc ' 331 A ! EVISfllflG LlOiXiEU l'iilLAl)ELniA TUEHDAY, NOVlfiMBKB IT, 1D14. ! U.ii.iM5fcwi mi mm m i I. . !. .iiHinl ii ill m 'llLT'".'',' 1. ' atl"lt'"'""i "" """ ' ' " " ---t- '""'.J"' ' ' ' ' ' 1IIIM ' ' " ' ' r ' ' " ' ' " " " ' ' ' " '" " m1'' AROUSED CITIZENS ORGANIZING TO PRESS DEMANDS FOR REAL RAPID TRAMTS ERVICE sU tsoi m i !si Ll- i- j COUMLMEN MUST TELL THEIR STAND ,; W ' . ... :, Citizens 1ill Learn Attitude o i Representatives o n "High Speed" Program at Mass-Meeting. i' riV'" Organizations which hare planned mans meetings tor In purpose of taking steps to . obtain high speed transit facilities have decided to learn where their repro aenlatlves In Councils Hand on the ques tion. Invitations wilt be Issued to the members of Select and Common Councils In each community whero a mas...

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. — 17 November 1914

! aJJUOuj jcwVYrtttart ,u ijt'atgpKirti yEgij.ii.aepgc 1Mp)MmI fsiszmzrmmi NIGHT EXTRA NIGHf EXTRA uemjt KM ..A.-- . tdUtd wi, .A jJ 1 lr w . , mefrner fojti.I NO. 50 1'HLLAJDJSLPHIA, TUESDAY, NOYEMBEB 17, 1914. CortitonT, loll, sr ins rostio Lidoes CoKiurtr. PRIOJE ONE CENT .LIES REPEL GERMAN DASH ACROSS AISNE user r's Army peveloping New Activity at Centre of Far-reaching Line of Pi-rattle. Artillory Action Crows Florcor in Flandors Field, as Floods Stop .Extondod Infantry Movements. Soldiors Suffor In Trenches. Luabtc to attempt movements of ops upon a large scale because of e llooticti condition oi me country, . contending armies along the stern Flanders front are confining ir efforts, largely to artillery can- nading, which has increased in lencc. here have been a few infantry at- ks in this region, the French War cc reporting the repulse of the lennans at Dixschootc and at Yprcs, d progress for the Allies between ixschoote and the Yser Canal and tween Anncnticres and La Bassee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 November 1914

fiW--?S.'S' . llgl'?jg',lllf, fPlf jwm1 " ' I EJL. FEDERATION HALTS MOVE TO DECLARE WAR ON TRAINMEN - , Plan to Disrupt" Brother- h66ds, Opposdd by Lead ers "vVho Desire Peace, Is Turned Down. KVJHq LBI)a:B:1lw"IHlLADBLPniAt TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, ,1914, A SOOtAlilST'S A&atfatENT -IN FA VOB OP UNIONS Thfe mtee&ge I would convey to the irfofltefs of Fhllndtlplila Is this! With the present-day economlo problems reachlitfr an acute stage) with the feady incrtAie In lnbor-gavlng ma chinery displacing skilled workers! With the centralization pf capital Into trusts becoming art ever greater mehace to the Independence of the peo ple; with the cost of living constantly rising: tJ the point where nctunl necessities are becoming luxuries for mllllorid of tbe poorest, they (the workers) rnust 16se na tlmo In or CTiilslntr Into unions to protect them selves on tho Industrial ilettl nnd also to Jntellleentty use their ballots on the lines advocated by the Socialist party arid lino their p...

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. — 17 November 1914

UJ&MMLM M -.- . ft in in mtnT-mf"" -" -"-" - -it - - nL7?'".Tr'5illAl,fii "" i piww. wJJ!-! -ua- , inftTJufrijfej 'WWfP EVENING LBPgETPHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1914. 8 IS. A ,T II,OJu.A-X . m PHILADELPHIA GIRL, RED CROSS NURSE, J TELLS OF HARDSHIP Miss Maty V a intern a n , Traveling Abroad, Volun 1 teered Services at American Hospital. A itr&phla story of seK-denial In the Muse of hupinnlty Is told by a young I,hllttdlphla woman, scarcely moro than r sjlrl. who spent several months ns a fVd Cross nurso In the American Ambu lance Hospital on the northern outskirts Of Paris, and who Is now at the Preiby (erlan Hospital In this city recuperating After an operation for appendicitis. She Is Miss Mary Vanneman, 3515 tfprlng Garden street, who went abroad Inst Jun with J0K. John Clarence Leo, author of "Across Siberia," nml a party oi their friends. Mrs, Leo and the other j members of tho party returned to this ' country August 20. Realizing that there would bo necfc of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 November 1914

f wrhi i iKl' ii $ ffi'r If I 4 GJpMiAHS BALKED ON AJSNE; big Guns Thunder on yser PAtUS, No IT VfHW ine flKtiitihg from Nleuport IWtfiHMi DUtewJp rtd on the Yaer altndit cntlr) ccnfthtti to cannonacjirig, shleh I 4nwe8,im. In violence, the German and Allied Armies on IM Atari and In the AVyoie-nr (Showing greater- activity. '33io pjllolftlconiWppiie'. Igstfil today v Inspptt an attempt of iht Oerinans to ft cros' "the AUne hear 'Vftlllyi In the 1 AnM'Mie German trenches were blown Up bV mines planted by the Freheh. Trher communlO.ua follows; "At Nleupbrt. before Dlxmude mid In the rt'Blon pt Ypioi, the cannonade ha taken on greater violence than udurliift preceding tlnye. On Vie canal, lo tie south of Dxmude, the action of our ar tlilry,jJiccked tho works which the Ger man were exrectln? to oppose Uio Inun dations.,, 'the enemy; ha been fpfced to eyncutto part of Ilia, trendies hleh were rfcacheil"by the water "Two ntlacHs bv German Infantry, one to tho oulh of Blxschootc the other...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 November 1914

aMBjgjuja. um0&. ?", j - -Wwtfv- ,- &.,. vWi &m'rm!miK vwtfHWMliMi EVENING LEDCiKli PHILADELPHIA. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1914 M ttfrtA? si.eiituiJ M. r 1 HI m 1 3Bf tf BOND TRADING IN NEW YORK MAY BE STARTED TOMORROW , Financial Circles Have Re port That Business Will Be Resumed on Stock Ex change Floor. financial quarters were Interested to 6&y In a raltarjt from Ndw York that tho B(tjclt Exchange there would open for trading; In bonds tomorrow, or that an announcement of arrangements for trad ing In bond 8 would be made then. The report found believers In the usually best Informed house?, and was not denied In ofnclal quarters. Stock exchange brokers and others were, of the opinion that action of this sort would not be at all unloosed for, In vlow of tho generally better feeling and Improved conditions, helped to a largo 5eK'o by the opening of the Cotton Ex changes, the Federal reserve banks and tHto" New York curb. Some of those concerned In the confer ence betnee...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 November 1914

G tv threj ntlri is H una i AVs M W enssJ Are tip v. LIWC "A tho taltcl JSi ptcca squtn MM want, . rnft'nl F, WtW4 datio: DVao reacfl to tn the For tenil knit I Tho In m temp have IoflU have Iri have .''M no In up mln "Oi IT uti eve MlhlJ 14 KJ A dam ttetd passfJ Koerj Thl MO Hvefl pelo merH Bruii 42- i-cci Gl & To si fe An ,atlo Nov the ailm cro hav M Thl attai also heav & 'r tlrelE Jv fe'-t" - ait lht',ffc WILL OF MISS TABER CONFERS THOUSANDS IN PUBLIC BEQUESTS Tjitrinrr .Siv Ynnre nf I ..hrm- f v Mtion. estate Has Increased .Urorri $70,000 to Ap proximately $ 1 00,000. Bequest ot thousand of dollars will be tJMifotp.-lhiiadeiphU charitable and Religious Institutions from tho cstato of t Inn Atmuatit Taber," by A compromise effected by contesting litigants, who have deUyed distribution ot the property Under the tenns of tho will for the last Ix years. During that period tho estate has increased In value from $70,000 to approximately $100,000. Miss Taber died at 1617 Summer...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 November 1914

j xtiMgfr&qfyty 'W INIMAL "MOVIES" AMAZING IN THEIR ' SCOPE AND INTEREST doctor Ditmars Shows Mo tion Pictures of His Bronx Zoo Animal Charges. Photoplay News. Tho most remnrkablo moving pictures ef animal life over shown were displayed yesterday afternoon and evening In the Academy of Music. They will be shown this and tomorrow afternoon and eve nings, and here be It said that they are Troll worth seeing. The pictures wore taken at the Bronx Zoo, New York city, by Dr. Raymond L, Ditmars, curator. It required three years of patient endoavor to movie the animals, the Insects, the fowl and the reptllla. Doctor Ditmars accompanies his show ing of this living book of nature with an interesting running commentary which Is illuminative and quaintly humorous, giv ing to the exhibition a decidedly popular appeal. Various mammals arc shown In their native habitats, many of tho creatures being llttto known and not to be found In Animal collections In thin, country. Tho reptiles, at their ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 November 1914

Til thai InkJ read -, out sevd Mlhl K A dar dlcr pass f! Koel Tlj 4Q0 rlvel pels men! Drui 42-i G M At atloi Nov! the ailr grot hav TK attal also hea 1 we Pl imm. le TU line BEnfl thej rela worl Brtti i man tlonl ins bre ago fo i U Pff thel U.I T to tK the-Ef trnfW. v - nndK ' terftBf navasi t tiaslBtr havMJ. up mlnP: Mil mil lesJ H " 9k' if U, oJv r 8 UltUttlUg Hi$gcr ; PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY a craus u k curtis, ruMnwTf. ee. flr. Oehs. Secretary: John C Martin. Treurf 1 $H H LwInrtm, Philip B Collin. John H. Wil- fe& ?""" ft, BOItOniAtj BOAIlOl Cixfrs II. K Ccann. Chairman. life W1IALET ..ftxeeutlre Editor hHaWii I i i ... i ii !K & MAKTIN General Business Manager iii i i m .i ii . PoMUW -dsiiy at JPcatto Lbixieb CulMlnr. )n4e'tndenc square, Philadelphia. Are CrStMt,, ....'..,.. ,Urol and Chestnut Street) AKunttC :m ...Ittf -union uuuairg aSy Yets: 1T0-A. Metropolitan tower nflfcino BIT Home Insurance Building UH.DOS. 8 Waterloo rice, Fall Malt, S. TV. NEW BBUnEA8 tuitivl nt...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 November 1914

jlS'JjU!B)544ji&. W&mm, 11V ttUXAl -w',A--' -e4-- -1. r -V C. , -II IS I JLJtATJ Kh,1JIJJ. J :&$ ' - - ' ' r in !' ftu rirr V. ... ... 1 ., ", - . .. . . .. -- "" ""wii.j ii.y - 'in1 ' fwjlaKiffqgajsjs '"gfW M"mstn-"'tj ii$fm$fWjmn'Mm EVENING LaDaER-PKIJiAPLHIA, TTtHflBpA.Y, NOVflM&totLlit W. SSfceesaslsaaAiisptsasMBeMaasjSSlsBassSBBSasjSiieMSJejee m!m 1 V r - SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA TUB Commltteo of the Junior Cotlllona has i decided to hold th three dancos of Its season on Monday hlghts this year, as the Monday Evening Dancing Class has been given Up for the winter. So many entertain ments are given In the tattor part of the Week that, as Monday evening Is free, the commit tee decided to hold the meetings on that night. The cotillons will he called the Monday Co ninn. hut Ihev are not connected with the Monday Evening Danclhg Class, nor will the Monday evening's Hat bo Used. It la expected that the Monday evening classes will be re sumed next year, th...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 November 1914

: A ui til M Pq d til "I -"( tc ig TK (r te ha !1 ha no wf no He Ml da dig pa K IVi ! u xfei M JH m f"f TT nrt"rn laTiiii -i immsTm iMrjinmnmni WK&T EVERY WOMAN WAJNTS TO KNOW-THINGS " -'- ft' 'I i' a fur n m rt i , 7Hg INTERFERING HUSBAND Ellen Adair Thinks He Is Ihc Greatest of Trials That the Interfering husband la a trrrSr ffi imi- 'woman Is an undeniable tgtf ttytjj$timMy kinds of husband, tf& the hardest of Alt to set along- with e meddlesome one tho man who "es himself general superintendent of n ie domesfld side of the establishment This I the peculiar province of woman, and the husband who Intrudes here Is something Worse than a fool. Many a. woman's heart has been almost broken over such a man, for his petti ness Is enbugh to upset a. saint IIo Is assertive and dictatorial to a decree, and seeks to crush the wilt of others, and jiCrtlcufarly that of his unfortunate wife, beneath the arrogance of his own. Lknow a woman who cannot keep her servants for any length of ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 November 1914

;uyiiAtSB.4i ,, A r n,. , tM 4 itv,n jM M-J-X t 15 Y ti JT At H.AJXU: tb "AJMJ'yiiiwiii,ijit5tllii tt,1'j --" HHgjuipmHtygjyiywwmiH,!.'; ' (f jPWF"Wi ? UMH HI ' jWJPmW srW ' " '''ijwtimy .'-.aw ,,.,. , '"'.uM,:rr.ii&ri.''iill!!tityggiqfpfimm tSP' , EVENING LBrfGER-PgILADELPHIA TUESDAY, NOVEMBEB 17, 1914. -" ' ' ... . a . ii in ' - ft i i r i - i ' H ALE BOWL OFFICIALLY OPENS SATURDAY-BASKETBALL FIGHTING AND GOLF NEWS M IEW STADIUM TO BE DEDICATED EXT SATURDAY 'rimsort-Blue Battle Also to Decide Football Cham pionship of East Penn Football News By EDWAHD R. BTJSHNEIilV Nothing but superlatives wilt do In dis cussing tlio Harvard-Yale football same Which Is to celebrate the opening of Tale's Immense stadium on Saturday. In the first place this game wilt settle the lntcr cotleglnto grldP-on championship of the East, If not of nit America an well. That Is distinction enough to turn all eyes toward New Haven. But In addition tlio game will be witnessed by the greatest throng that ove...

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

,W!S?Sftf'!?1w"!, --tr(-j;!i. rey greg??: "aww1 'Jwiagiwf jitMI'Bi -i"' i-'!ife NIGHT EXTRA NIGHT EXTRA txsemn JIJUJ 4 jak-jri Thai tnrtsrl fact. .Jbut W5tr- til 6 This tM& tl aometg Mnnl brakes new assert! BtfttS kittled bnAtJ r servari to bend but ke object I condtid II nee Indians medial A I Ing. Hon terferli all suri it I years later band. This! All, 1 deal from to give NOt Bh wj And She nc That She jcc si And Bho he To a She hd She Sho kn In tli And yl bll In itrl Though Gues, Tor he The And slj tfa Some For col ml And'fl While I And tl And bo That! But, oil Was And wl ' From! Her at The-31 A fr- Therft nurses I Value Now, I against has Its! beef-ten not thn tea sir Some! look nfl "Then Tha lant," Do yd tween You is betv betweefl In bol lant,. til srou horaa daya latlon of a nl feeding! This, In a wis that th but tha Beef l at cemtil as a nourish some first to tha bod Beef of far ; . Take laws ao accident A iyu follow In i wpular Frfwd top etrti the conl presa tl Its I Beef...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 18 November 1914

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 18 November 1914

.-nJpftf??S$swi' --ZI N" .LIJ?jg'l.lBiJlJ:1)gI WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18. Mi. : .- , . j.. i .... .i....... T NEWS OF THE DAY FROM THE PICTORIAL VIEWPOINT jiiijm.uniLiimni'!U niniiHii mi fefc t,, ttJ! L. 'J .. . - fit lX' i - JMmm. , . -. .. .... aettfftl (o thl buhdl but object coiidu Hencl lnaliri media A: Intr. tinn Wrfer all su it In years! lator : bnhd. ThW all, ti deal from to ntV Not I Bh And She Tha she ;cj And I 8ho To She hi ca She Bh kr. in til Ana f Inltfl ThouE Guesl For hSt Tfie : Ana bi tl Some For col ml And While AnrI I 8tB? And Fron Hor stl The 11 A r Therd nurses 1 value Now, I ffalnstj nas ltsl beef -tea not tha tea tin Some! look ati Then The lant." Do ye tween You la bet between In bog lwtf th iou horso daya lotion of a n feedlnsl This i In a ' that th but tha Bef i a contfl as nourish some flrat td tha bod Beef of fa. Seal xiaM Jha ivai jBw BELGIAN CHURCH AFTER 2000 SHELLS FELL IN YARD borne lu 'si are f uld iC,,U,rch Ux th5 1',"! village of Pcroysc after it had ...

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. — 18 November 1914

SOVKMBKK 5i re ., - f$t jAyttW f .wy f. jjfas ljjipjii J WillsLt. NIGHT EXTRA NIGHT EXTRA '.$ VOL. INO. 57 PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1914. FBIGB ONE OENi? Cortmanr, leu, at nts Pcst.to htoatx CourAitr. ZQUAYESDME GERMANS BACK WITH BAYONET Desperate Charge Clears Wood After Incessant Fighting for Three Days. Allies' Lines Advanced. Channel Fleet Again in Action Against Invadors' Positions on Coast Kaiser's Generals Killed in Battle. In the desperate fighting along the incs in western Flanders the infantry of the two armies is making attacks nd counter-attacks, supported by heir artillery, which continues its caseless bombardment. A brilliant charge by French touaves drove the Germans from their trenches in a wood, for the posses sion of which both sides 'had been tattling desperately for three days. he German position was taken at the oint of the bayonet, and heavy osscs were inflicted upon the defend- rs, who held their ground with ogged determination. This afternoon's o...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 18 November 1914

i&tffc. & A. I OF L. INVITES UNSKILLED TO JOIN ORGANIZED RJINKS Delegates Believe Members .of Federation, "vVill Be Safeguarded if Migratory Laborers Form Unions. A new stp by tlio American 1'ederatlon ef abor was taken today when tho cpn Tentlon Adopted ft resolution to unionize Unskilled nnd mlgrntory laborers for tlio Uelief" protection of akllled labor. Tho iesojUrtlon was submitted by Delegate XtirrMelli, if the Seamen's Union. "These people who earn W a day In the American Federation of Labor," said the delegate, "are sadly mistaken If they think they aro secure In their nonltlnn nt safety, t'nlcs"? the American Federation of Labor organizes the unskilled the high wages of tho so-called skilled workers will bo cut down tq the lowest possible tnrfrk." In the same resolution the convention decided that the labor movement con tinue to work further for the purpose of making Hie employment of women "more congenial' both from tho point of view of wages and conditions. A reso...

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