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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 18 November 1914

MO V K M B KB 28, .jJUCSfcg-. iiii,lLr.ij.ii.iiMlVn.ir ni-JsViVVftiiM.S?!.!! V ylj'yjll i.tiiiiv ' mimaifnirtijt ill . .,UliWff. 1 1 iljljiui IftUll.ip.BilBMIJWBj. EVENING LIBDaiSR PHILADELPHIA:, WEDNESDAY, NOVEM&BB If, 3M&, ,,,,,- i i. -! - i i i i'mTi -rr- - ' I""' - ' J-1 '' -'"-' -- ' - ....-...... - r , -irir-iiii i i ii fi ii i i jiiiwwwwwwiMiiiniii wwmmmmlmmmMmmmiu if H STREETS MAY BALLAD DANCES, THE OLD AND NEW IN POETRY AND MUSIC, SEEN AT LITTLE THEATRE SUFFRAGE LEADERS PREPARE TO OPEN STATE CONVENTION ORGANIZATION HEADS IN SESSION TODAY ON SPEAKERSHIP William H Wilson, Choice of the Vares, Said to Have Support ' of Other City; Leaders Ok IE TRANSFORMED ilNTO PLAYGROUPS lew York's Method Fa- Exhibits Unpacked and In stalled at Scranton Head quarters Prominent Wo men Arrive. lyored by Director Porter, ho Says He Lacks Needed Authority. hiii; in - eMtytttiskkw ;-t.iH :,munKEmit9mrG' nHmR-' r A m j" i.vwawAr't 'vu i 'vmmm-m.iMimmiis. ov w Chladclphln, even with Ha sple...

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. — 18 November 1914

v if if Bh i f: BVBN1NG LEDGER- PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, vnVEMBEB 18, 1914. KAISER'S INFANTRY YIELDS GROUND TO FIERCE ATTACKS w - iw fe . Vt tAntB. Nov. 18. " Atlafck made b- Ihs German Infantry "hll ilia Kulser's artilltry tattlers away At lh Allies' Tront In Belgium hare been rtpylafcd, according to an cmolal slato- nt liiued here this afternoon. The Mr fttronsth of the German bombard- cnt Is directed afcalnut Iha Ifnrtnn nf tlin f.Aifte at Nleuport and lo the cast and eotflh of Yptte. The official communlaus follows' t "The day of th 17tlt u similar to preceding one. Thcro were numerous M. cannonades ahd some lnolated attacks by .nrllte Infantry of tfie enemy. They -vero -snail repulsed. From the- North Sea to the " TA'Jt tKn frnnt Mrai vvtr ai.tluAl. (mm. Jll birred, particularly at Nleuport and to 6btha east and to the south of Tpres. '..- vWS. .UUAVKH' BRILLIANT CHAnOB. I f',Jar BIschoot Mis Zouaves, making ,J brilliant bayonet charge, captured a v, Tiaoa nai nau Deen xougnt r...

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. — 18 November 1914

xm Y.f.mVfett.IWjai.T:ifWirr7trafT-. BAmnpivttM m. tnwi jTTi"Str!aj n V!lAtwftMUBULijiIuigiii ?tf l,iu..aiijuwinuiwui wumPiw, ii BiiiwHwiyjiiPu. EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1914. p V" III III I, PLANS TO RESUME TRADING IN BONDS ARE BEING AWAITED Financial District Believes There Will Be Daily Calls of Selected Securities. Sterling Exchange Weak. Formal announcement of arrangements ,,, to resume trading In bonds on tlio floor r of the Now York Stock Bxchnnge was t Awaited with Interest In the financial dis trict today. Full details of the plnn have . not yet been decided by the special com "" irtlttee. ', It Is generally understood, however, that there wilt bo dally calls of selected V bonds' and other securities. Meanwhile transactions in bonds aro going on n through the commltteo und over counters on n. large scalo at prices 4 to 5 points above the prices prevailing a month ago, .', and additions have been mado to tho u number of stocks traded In through th...

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. — 18 November 1914

'. EVENING LKDGER-PHIIiADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1914. . j Jm PiinMiiii,.rtMfl , - -r f -rrii-rnirtfri .i.,,.. '1 innawiwimniwwwiiip V1' ' ""' ' " "'"" '' ' '' '--- - n 1B , ,,, , , ni , -- .mm , i n i 1 " ' "'"" '""""" ' - - ' """ JsLLB DEATHS SSSS J il t PSTBAG FROM WAR ZONE First-hand Accqunts of Land and Sea Conflicts Told by S the Fighting Soldiers and I Sjiilors Themselves. '" tTk t-ifl tnrtt MMiiilHJ'iil ft. ',sfejeHt European atruoot arc the fnen; lit A trenrhe anI the men on th quarter deck. Professional writ er ate Hot permitted at the front. All they know ts what they can glean Jrini the wounded occupants of am' hulaneis tatciti to the rear. The XvtnlHp Letfpet will print from time to time the only tnttmate side of the -tcdrlne reflections of soldiers ,nml sHors in their letters home. German 1ltr$, when obtainable, as well as thosa bf the Allies, will be printed.) In. . tetter to his rmrents at Frlckley ;Mil, Captain W. St. A. Warde-Aldam (tnciioned In dispatches ...

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. — 18 November 1914

a- uy , MM 'Hfmiiti!00l Baa8SIB K."- . . rfU- i. lid-l--. NW9d EVENING LEIn.ER PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1014. QVMM.,3 r MOVIE STABS' BALL TO BE HELD IN THIS CITY OH DECEMBER 8 Horticultural Hall to Be Scene of Third Annual Dance Move to Increase Price of Admissions. Havo you ever expressed n desire to aeo "In the fleh" your favorite movie Rctor or actress? If you have, then your wish will be granted December 8, when the Exhibitors' League of Philadel phia will give Its third annual bait In Horticultural Hall, It Is Intended that ths shall outvie all previous occasions, both In attendance and tho presance of a galaxy of motion picture stars. Large delegations from tho Vltagraph organiz ation, Famous Players Company and all Lublnvllto havo promised their assist ance. After a closely contested election among all photoplaycrs as to who should lead tho grand march It waa finally de cided that tho honors Bhould fall to Rose mary Theby and Itomalne Fielding. Tho ball Is In cha...

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. — 18 November 1914

m ryai - h '.- Ififtmlnij W$sn PUDLtC LEDGER C0MPAN V CTllVS II K Cl nTl8 rnmnnnr. 08. TP. OchS. BOrflrv . Jolm 7. Martin. tHairi fchnrWs II Lndlntton, fhlilp 8 cwiln, John ll W1I ?L53 blreetors. , 1- : , BDtTOltt AL BOARD : ' CtBPg It. K. Cowrs. rhmrmn F. II WHAMr tetwutlve Bdilor 3tt rC MAHTTV Owverat hmlne Manager .Broad ami diem nut Streets .. rrc-liieH ttulIiUn 110' A, MrtnopnllKtn Toww it Jiome inmirane nniiilinir ir ' InWfrtied "y i Prmic T.rot ttaltdrnt, '' ' Independence Sauar. PhlradctBhl.. . I.15WIHI CKYtBAf WA-tUMtttc ciTi JW TotK. . -ass?. ,VJf",I!J-'j;,,r nit rtrtt nam -'gJKI'V, n"" TIm Tmr HtiH.Iln? Fls llmtuu .... ... ...32 fttw lxilg 1 Urna ' sonscntwiotf tumts Sa P7. Wl.rlSri.PA.1l.T ,tir- "I "Ms. ny mull, pnntpaM lljjfutjiMd 6f Phlladtlphl. esc) nherr foreign pn("e rjnwren, utii y u.ii.t, on mpntn, tnemy-nv ctntu. uoiiar .Ml mall sub- are without interest no long ns rontlnup When tiip Kuropcan naltons look up arms against Napoleon England pursued the same pollej-....

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 18 November 1914

ii, mi rtwi ajtwrwirrt , w I ,., i . i y 9 , n n " " ' ' ' ' ' " .i ...!. w , ., .. . ,i i - - ,,. . ' " ' ' ' ' . ' ' ' . ' ' ' ' ' T ,liiiiin.l SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA THE Itev. and Mrs. Clarence W. Blspham will entertain In honor of their daughter, Jtlsa Sophy Blspham, at the Army and Navy same, November SS. The sucsta will be Jtlss ltuth "Wilson, dauithtcr of Captain Wllsori, U. S N., of Woshlnttont Miss Dorothy Mason, daughter of Admiral Mason, U. S. N or Wash ington! Miss Belle Thompson, of Baltimore, and Miss Eleanor Eyster, of Charlottesville, Va. After the same Mr. and Mrs, Blspham tlll entertain a. number of the naval officers and their wives at their home. There will be Informal dancing1 and n, burfet supper. Mrs, Casey, wife of tho late Admiral Casey and mother of Mrs. Elspliam, and Miss Sophy Casey will arrive in this city today to bo the guests of Dr. and Mrs. Blspham over Thanks giving Day and the same. Mlssf Sophy BIs pham will so to Washington the firs...

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. — 18 November 1914

" i t f 10 t' tittrt, EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBERjJilli FEMININE FASHIONS AND FANCIES THATFASCMATE WOMEN mTHDOMMDWlT ABOLISHING BRIDGET EXTRAVAGANCE IN WOMEN f Ellen Adair BelieDcs That It Can Amount to a Vice. The extravagant woman In essentially Ik IBotlem product arid hns hnii tiri nn Rlfhanda lately, not only among the rich, tut etumily nmonif those bf somewhat Unfiled income. Tliat this great falling of the modern woman Is Infectious can ol he denied. It can amount to a regu lar anil almost Incurable vice, almost as demoralising as drunkenness or jumbling. The fuel which feeds the Dame of the modern woman's extravagance Is not nee ssarlly an actual, love of pretty things antf luxuries, nof h craving for nne ral jnetit. More often It Is a case of sheer rivalry. ami a yearning to eclipse one's neighbor! Mrs Drown nnnrnrn In n ,. fur coat, which she claims has cost her forid husband 150. Immediately Mrs. Jones determines that she must surprise the vicinity and...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 18 November 1914

i-rt EVENING LEDGERPfflLAPELPHIAr WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 18, 1914. 11 MrehJihEmoAm i th a, ? ATHLETIC SCHEDULE PANAMA-PACIFIC EXPOSITION-MRS. R. H. BARLOWS RECORD I 7 , i, , . , . i 1 1 1 .. if PAMMA-MCMC . FAIR TO CONDUCT ATHLETIC EVENTS Exposition Managers An nounce Splendid Schedule Covering Entire Field of Snorts. i BAN FRANCISCO. "Nov, 18.-The Panama-Pacific Exposition managers are banking on their athtetlo events to turn out a complete success. They havo -a schedulo which carries through from February to October ami moro events are to be added.; A list of athletic events already ar ranged for the Panama-Pacific Expost tlon have been Riven out by" J. J, Mc Govern, assistant director of athletics. Almost every branch of sport Is Included In the schedulo and those that aro not represented will havo a dftto assigned to mem oeioro xucuovern finishes his work, The list of events Is as follows: February 22 Amateur Athtetlo Union baa- March 2rsnd 2T Amateur Athletic Union vmnaslum champio...

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

&r' :JI hi V. m NIGHT EXTRA IWNMM YOli.1- o. 67 JMT TO ABOLISH INSANITARY 'HOMES' URGED ON COUNCILS physicians and Settlement Workers Declare $2 13,7 10 Appropriation Gin Greatly Improve Conditions. f To maintain a Division of Housing and (Sanitation In the Department of Health find Charities, Councils will be asked to morrow to appropriate iilJ,710. The new department was created by fen act or the Legislature and signed by Governor Tener July 12, 19IZ. Since the tneatur became a law Councils havo fconlinued to Ignore alt requests for the Necessary appropriations. Leading -citizens, settlement workers, physicians and women prominent In civic Nrork who personally have visited fami lies who live, eat and sleep in Insanitary houses, strongly advocated today that Councils should grant the appropriations staked. "Unless some of those Insanitary douses are improved," said a noted so ciologist, "only death can end many suf feringsand death can't come quickly trnough If those poor perso...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 November 1914

VL . ...Jfl nUV W M Tfc III, I AH. fcinut!jipMi ' '- NIGHT EXTRA -"-u . .Jii NIGHT EXTRA, V .- . vs. - p.jHii igjJ "v L f . p. r VOL. I-Hp, 68 MllLADELPIlIA, THTTHSDAY, JSTOVJSMBEIJ 19, 15)14. CorrmaitT, 1014, arm Fciu.ro tEoaiKCoMFiMT. I'llTOE ONE OBM Turcos Rout Germans on Aisne -Villa Moves on Mexico City Body of Murdered Boy Found Suffragists of State in Session SCENES AND EVENTS IN THE NEWS 'OF THE DAY A PULL AT THE HUBBLE-BUBBLE BETWEEN BATTLES The Indian troops helping to fipht the Germans in France cling -to their national customs despite difficulties that arise from their pres ence in a strange country. The trooper shown is a high-caste man. . .-a. m i PHILADELPHIA SUFFRAGISTS LEAVING TODAY FOR THE STAJE CONVENTION AT SCRANTON The interest of T?ennsylvania!s workers for votes for women centres today in Lackawanna County, which is entertaining the 46th annual convention. Thirty-three members of the local woman suffrage party and Equal Franchise Society started there today in...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 November 1914

QaSffidBSSTC r !: - "Wm ,K ij3abj,iS6 HW3S5EffieKSi3 StefS?'5 '"jR-rsfS- VEKIK(J LEDUKR IHlLADKLinilA, THUBSDAY, KOVBMBBTl 10, 191L SFSDMASSTONIGHT STARTS DETERMINED HIGHSPEEDLINE FIGHT MAMFORD AREAS if .?? " HIGH SPEED LINES WOULD INCREASE ' BUSINESS AT NIGHT. r ... I Modern Transit Facilities Will Eliminate L o n g Waits for Residents of ; Many Sections. RAPID TRANSIT THE FERTILIZER WHICH MAKES BUILDINGS SPRING FROM VACANT LOTS "BARREN BECAUSE eA&,'' -OF TRANSIT NEEDS nr'- ' ft''"' ' . . . i ' ' ' ' "' " ' '' ?"TT"." ', ' ' ' ';""f''"ni'iniinnninmiiMiiiiiniiiM iwm minmu wmm.hi .jT ft P rf'Vasl Stretches of Swamps t Cauc Citizens to Bancll Together to Demand High s&eed System. li is centrally admitted In Frankford yMttWte. chief cause df Its undeveloped jana la Innueuuate trnnanorlntlon fnclll- 3 4(a. 1 !... .1.. .,- A. I- !-.. III r . uu miuus.u uns Becuon win snow the casual observer many bare spotstlO'to apeak, and while the people there are progressive and desirous of b...

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. — 19 November 1914

t.--??- NIGHT EXTRA nigat EXTRA cunttn VOL. I-KO. 58 l PHILADELPHIA, TIIUHSDAY, KOVEMJ3ER 19, 1914. PHICU ONE OEWS Cormionr, 1814, bi ins FtuMo Lisas Commmi. ixtuntt SPECULATORS GET ' ARMY-NATTY TICKETS ! LONG BEFORE SALE Wary Scalpers Steal March on Committee in Charge of Game and Ask Big Prices. Despite the fact that Hckfeta for the tArmy unit Navy game, to be played on Franklin Field, aro not yet In the hands of University students, a plentiful sup ply' Is held by ticket speculators, who offer them at from $12 to $20 apiece. Dr. J. William White, -who was In strumental in bringing the game back to Franklin Field, snld today tho Univer sity authorities were not responsible for the tickets now on sate and would take so action. George K. Nltzsche, recorder of the Uni versity, who has the matter In charge, tinted no tickets have been sent out from the University- allotment, nor would any tlcketH be placed In the malls before No vember 23. He said greater care than ever was being take...

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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. — 19 November 1914

F-K' -3-T- -.1 " '.';lfcwi(K- F ;i-- m t p? !fg ?'.! ffl rm m Li ii iirl.ii !!?:.',, n.jj.Jr1 LEADERS ASSURE SUCCESS OF LOAN Y BILL IN COUNCILS 3matice Committee Members 5b- Declare' No Obstructions - Will Be Placed in Path of Measure Today. .CouncllB today will consider the 1 emula tion hcceasafy for floating the 1I.300,000 municipal loan for permanent pubMc Im provements authorized at the last elec ' tlon. - Members of the Finance Committee of Couhclls have asserted thai there shall be no obstruction placed In the way of the measure that will provide funds far the Inception of the great transit develop silent planned for Philadelphia by Director A. Merrltt Taylor, of the City Transit Dc rattment. and for the beginning of the task of eliminating railroad grade cross lnn that have retarded the expansion of South Philadelphia. Th4 Transit Department -will receive (SPO.OOO for preliminary work of relocating; powers In the central- part of the city. At) Hem of Jt.OOO.000 will slnrt the...

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. — 19 November 1914

J4ifca&&$ V U- $M&&m!gr&&i - .,-- wnJTT T V, -" J T ifvv EVENING EEPaEE PHILADELPBTIA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER OT, MTi; t . , ... iOVJSMttJsftt 28, .. ajwfc t 1 iUkM , i ? M ' BANKER-DIRECTORS MAY TEST CLAUSE f 01 NEW BANK ACT "Will Not Resign From Dl vrectorate of Bank Members of New Institution Pending Legal Opinions. -No whnlcsntc rcilRnatlon of Phllniiel Mila b-mUlnfT directors because of the Interlocking clnune of tlio net Rovernltif? tlie operation of the Vederfll IlescrVo system wHI bo made until lepnl opinions nro Obtained, according to Indications today, Charles '11, Smith, of Charles Smith fc 8ons, Chestnut street nbove 3d, de clares lie will not resign from any baitk In ulilcli ho Is a director and that ho Is supported hi this positive position by nn opinion obtained by him from John G .Tolm&on, "lliero aio tunny private bankers In 1'hllndctphla who may be affected by tlio law, which piovlden prlMito linnUlmr firms may not sell securities to any mem...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 November 1914

-'xmmn Pk, i rkjb&smi w. wyfjMSit; 'yflJ mm tft" i few- is&ra. HP f f w ! t-t -. - "A- ft; h,- at I It htorit&tfribfaMdteM && RMANS LOSE AS TURGOS PRESS CHARGE fcUhlfe, .Nov. IS. f.r .-fcefeai f the Germans itt their opera- tWrw afeafnst the Allies In the vicinity of Irafcy-ie-val, on the north bank ot the t ialsne.la announced In an official French fr-UtemeaL Issued here this afternoon. It Estates' that WcilnfKrlrti- w rtarb4 W it kYetVu4aeence of activity on the part of derfflari artillery forces on tha Belgian - front but that there was no attack by P" "tha Infantry V The FrtnCh positions In the Anjonne forest, -It declares, have been maintained. " 'The' official communique follows: ' At the north the day of yesterday - 'waa marked by a recrudescence of ii,fi.,t.etlvlty on tho part of the enemy' J-5 'and-the" Ly. There was no attack Ip'njr Infantry. . . . . CaUNTlSn-ATTACK DIUVES FOE. Between tha Olse and tho Alsno, th operations arOund Trncy-Le-Val 1 havo ter...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 November 1914

ffjaarfefc!. hMmiimmmm0p ris r IT It a f, TRADING IN BONDS ; WILL BE RESUMED, ,; IN H Y. SATDRDAY if ( Transactions (to Be Allowed . ; at Minimum Prices Ur gent Investment Demand in SKort-term Note Market. Trading In bonds at minimum prices will be resumed on the floor of the Now York Btock Exchange on Saturday. This statement was made today by a member of the special committee) which has de cided on this step. There Is much to be done. In the way of mechanical work In order to facilitate bo ild dealings. The space allotted for toond dealing's Is already being enlarged. Telephone boards are to be put In place and counters for necessary clerical work are now being put on the Broad street ' lde tit the Exchange, where the bond crowd Is located. . The decision to rcaumo bond dealings at minimum prices has been adhered to In eplte of the fact that a number of bond dealers asserted that since reports of this notion became current n. large volume of oiling rfers has been received. The ste...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 November 1914

E mm "rwmwpr' r y .91 I'f ff ifl'in MAttJ1" ' EVENING L MP UK 11 l'HlLAUliLPHIA, THUIIBDAY, MOVISMBlilB 19. '1914.. "SWAT THE FLY" K PLACES WHERE IE BREEDS DISEASE Tv qVi'cc Given to Great frHrfiriw nf Vnsitnr nr -JKnow Your City Better1' Exhibition. h place lo 'swat Ihe fly' l where i hrefils mid not wherfc h barks." This ndvlcn tmu elvsn (o mora than ItiMfWsftna Who today ultindtd the Liffflaw Tour cfltv Batter" exhibit which HVb"Annt held In th pavilion of the City liii courtyard The subject of flies today ntlrnciM.i ine ftMcutttm of many women who visited the exhibit Slnny of the women took fcl6ntf literature which contain a doten "don'te." Some of tho "don't" ore; Don't tolerate tile. Don't allow them In your house Don't allot them on your premise. ton't allow garbage, rubbish or manure to nccinaulate on your lot Uon't eat where file are rouna Don't forget the screens. E&ti'l buy food whore flies arc allowed According lo tho fly expert, often 550.000 iwrina have coma from a...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 November 1914

tOVKttJEJ&It JM, 3 VMtop W!tfflt0$&i6 sM Tr k BVENING LEDOiiH PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBJEtt It), 1014 BELIEYES ICEBERG THAT SUNK TITANIC LIES ON MOUNTAIN - English Explorer and Deep Sea Navigator Has Theory and Will Seek Position of Wrecked Liner .That t,c Ictbff whch ,unk th, ner Titanic wan Itself ncround on th ub hierirei summit of a terranean mbunUIn , I the theory of Captain J. Foter Stack iiouje. Englishman, explorer and deep im. avfaor. To prove his theory Captain BtAckhouse Intend to Investigate thoroughly the cene of the disaster and determine, If poslbl, the exact present position of the UNfatea ship. The investigation Is to he part of the schedule of tho International Oceanopraphlo Expedition, which, It Is planned, will set out from London In May of the comlnsr year for a aeven-jcar crulne. The expedition will have as Its J?f cna th" definite locating of some moo reported unchartered dangers of the afctp, which, aceordlnj: to the United States Government, exi...

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. — 19 November 1914

wi -4 mnmmQ lbbokr - philadialphia, thubhday, no.vkinjjjkh id,- tot. sww.- & ?ft ?iHtHSlf hr&Wi 3ffr.?ff4 gttr"" CHS " PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY crainj ir. x. mi-nt .rA. f ttT. f"lti !-ia. Ink r. it.al ..;.--. j . 9tMrt!.If. liWlInetAn. Phllln S. Pntllnt .YMU tl Wll lflteijt,ofreeri. . Ctav It J&. CWjiti. Chairman. Wif AMaY , Rwutlva fidltof -,fNr- CMAfVMfi .GeWsl WWl ns Manager Lff fntlishttl daily al Tvtut LSBois Bulldlne. .!i J A . . . , vsp v Jnaepeiwetice square, Philadelphia. JWiMSs CBJtnut, Droarl and Chtnut Streets AM WTO Cm rms-ltilon Building '.STf lolllc 1T0-A, Metropolitan Tower v WWAOO ....... .SIT Home Ihsuranfte Building MnTO.-. , .a waierioo riiu-e. ran Mali. s. w. he aid not. create. All three wre the result of militarism, of Blsmnrokisni, and not tho cause. In NiMasche'e case the Irony of this mud dled world comes out poignantly. Poor, sad, mad NletMwhe! ile wait practically unknown In this country until' fctWnlly, and how he Is known fof the vtFy things Wh...

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