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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 19 November 1914

fcOV&ALtt&& 28. 5. I MMMrikMM rf ,iiiiiyiiMta f-f -r8-- "- """- SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT. PHILADELPHIA THE receiving liarty M. th tea which Atr. nnd Mrs. Altxandtr 1. Itoblnson will lve "Wednesday afternoon, JJeccmber 18, to Intro dues Ihelr daughter. Miss Helena. Itoblnson, will Include a largo number of the aeaeon'a 3ebuthte. they will bo Mla Ann Blnney Brlnton. 5tla Carollno Ives Brlntpn, Miss Mar jorlc Taylor, MIM Marjorlo Mortis, Mls Char lotte Hording Drown, Miss Eleanor Blsphain, Miss Dorothea Obertcurter, atlas Lucia, A, War den. Situs Frances Tyson, Miss Elinor Judd Bean, Mies Eleanor Bournonvllle Wntt, Miss Umnia Asliton Dorr, Miss Katherlno Sector, Miss Frances U Stouglilon, MIbs Hanscll French Earto, Miss Huberta 1'otUr, Miss Mary Hall Laird, Miss Katherlno Zimmerman Offden. Miss Elltabcth C. 1'ardley, Miss Elizabeth J3. Water, Miss Anna Mary Walthour, Miss Mar parol E. Atlee, Miss Edith ailllnBham, Miss Dorothy DoHavcn Deacon, JIIm Emily La tfarge Claxton, M...

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. — 19 November 1914

m 1 Ifl m .iHBr 01t' aBBBB!r Hffi" 1 LsUHLEbIL. j .JBHSBEI "J-4 "W aHftl ST Bosks- - - .: mm , 1 1 fcjsg fr""". ff.'a'qig'SK'V-' felt3fi?' e-'"??T rf -'"' i If,. .. .mi m,,,, .;..; '.' r-, tM.. ",'', !lJlL2!ll'J!..''"J"-'' ,.1. ' """" ' ' si iin'iibl umdmmmiwmMmmummi,imi,m,miHm,wit i """ PAGE THAT INTERESTS EVERY WOMAN-HELPFUL AimCLES-HOUSEHDJUNTS THEIR PET ECONOMIES Ellen Adair Repeals What the Business Gith Said Xht other day o. group of business girls 9M together In their lunch hour ahd a ttitataston arcs on tho" subject of the ft' 4eonomy at each. filet's all alate what our particular ytUe economy la, and thtn compare rfc-lest" cried a. pretty, dark-ej-ed atenog rnphfer. "I know that mid. i i-t,nv inike oho pair of Wots last as long na JWtil I apply several coats of linseed oil Mthe sole's, and let It thoroughly dry In. This makes tho leather firm, and hoota or ahoeswlll last 1 months without any ltejHl Ot repair." afttli't at all a bad Idea," aald a Jail, Sender salesgirl. "Now...

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. — 19 November 1914

oymiBEii 4-"! gi -AM'Mmwi EVENING LEBGEB-PHILADELPHIA THURSDAY, NOVEMBEB 10, 1014. ' ' , j 1" - - ""' i' 7 '"' f mf iumtmnimmHwmuk Hi lift n. ndh I 4fc nfilBtfhwyi ...tiiH .BiMliiuinV'yUf'j GREAT ACTIVITY" AMONG SCHOLASTIC FOOTBALL TEAMS WILL BE NOTED TOMORROW 5 i OLD PENN FACES FORLORN HOPft IN AVERY AT FULL Uncertainty of His Playing Spirit Dims Rccordf but Coaches Wjll Use Him Against Cornell Murdock May Prove to Be Pillar of Strength. . By EDWARD B. BtTSHNBLIi ' Can tho University of Pennsylvania football authorities, by an eleventh-hour Bhlft, save their team from destruction al tho hands of Cornell? No team In Penn sylvania hlBtory ever had to face such a trying situation or had less reason for hopo. Tllelr hopes aro built on Mtlo be Bides experiments. They may do better than, many persona anticipate, but It docs no' iftok as though this Cornell team fid lend Itself to this sort of a pro gram. They know too much football. Tho action of the Pennsylvania coaches In putting Avery...

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. — 19 November 1914

EI3 jjfcr. Up NIGHT EXTRA NIGHT RYTDA vmtn 5P5tt jPjpjArotM T j B 1 111 r n iTBl- ' E 1 v m -,0--Jt- VOL. I-NO. 58 '.tenement others unite to oppose housing division iEftgage Gunsel in Move to , sHave Law Requiring Sani r" tation Repealed Councils Ignc lore Measure. - Owners of tenemcntB have engaged .counsel to attempt to have repealed the act. creating n. Division of Housing and Eanltatton In the Department of Health and Charities. This became known today. The act, willed had thou i;)ort of set- Element workers, the clergy and nottd x .sociologists, was passed by tho Lcglfla- Jture and signed by Governor Tener July , 22, 1913, and although the measure became a-law moro titan a year ago, Councils littva continued to Ignore all requests for appropriations to conduct .the nety 6lvl "slon. ' This department would have direct supcrvisldn of the hundreds of Insanitary houses. Attorney John II. Fow will seek to have the' act repealed. According to Mr. Fow, the new act Is unconstitutional...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 20 November 1914

iteSsaU tUVKiMBBK m f.'r wgi- t1F3tit9 a V.TW ft f t,--v MIGHT EXTRA NIGHT EXTRA "?? -f -J-' '- - --'---- vol. i-sro.do PRIOE ONE-.GEfjll PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1914. CoriitionT, 1014, t TnaloittTo Lnnn Cduriiir. -imfclrt .Vi fci MaM(ii I Russians Halt German Rush City-wide Hunt for Boy's Slayet National Grange for Suffrage Ensign's Wedding Is Stoppe i' f & wtMiyPPl!iMtf jy.! ; j&frjjfto jj&&JKr t w8 PBm K I. . .3?Rt8 i tain SCENES AND EVENTS IN THE NEWS OF THE DAY I I IIIIIIIIIIIMIIllimi lll'J ,, i Eticl TRIAL CAPTAIN OF THE MORENO Captain Joseph I. Kemp acted as commander of the big new battleship when she went through her recent evolutions off the New England coast.' GREAT ARGENTINE BATTLESHIP MORENO RETURNS HERE FROM TRIAL TRIP She is one of the world's greatest battleships. She arrived at the New York Shipbuilding Company's Camden plant yesterday after suc cessful trial trips and tests off the coast of New England: After minor adjustments she will sa...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 20 November 1914

Sft"".fcii v. , . - v wraw8w- rTlW BVBNIKa LEPftBB PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1914a im'.;! i t i .Hi . ! . r i, , , i ,n' n r , - i in f " ' " " ' 1 . irrgr f frJnr--- ---- -r if - !. , . -. ;,. ,. ....... -r, ' tl y r , - - 1 i J . . r .-.as ,,,, ,,... .-..n ' p. tf Kuft t. Hi II V 11 'f . CONDITIONS THE NEW HOUSING LAW WOULD REMEDY SltS.! 88 aUS?" ' 1,W i'iWmSi pppji " .. VS'ii' ihnipipi' i'ipirpipiiirt!5i " life: -W !: E , yWMWJ-U'wwa'un inn mil jmiuluj.'I.i.1)iuij-,i.ijwj .mj.i.nm. i.. u n ! n i. i i ru. .1 u niii. i i..i. n. .1 1 r i 1 J lis ll" "'.,'.".'..., rMmMm'm"m'iinmU0Xft"'''' ""'' 1-, "'?f-vl I 1 ROOM, FIVE FEET WIDE WHERE THREE MEN SLEEP STOVE MUST ALSO SERVE AS TABLE GARRET FULL OF DIRT AND DUST ' I If' A trio of workingmen make use of these crowded quarters (or sleeping Habitation of a poverty-stricken negro family. This home is so small the Such places are ireW. '"X iVTSrown into an empty cfosct I f and living purposes. Besides being a little over five feet ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 20 November 1914

ttOVlMJtt&tt 28. fwJiiJlfcjjwwi rt, hi .y-3 NIGHT EXTRA NIGHT "EXTRA m Kuentn mici on d&J VOL. I-NO. fi9 PHUjADMLPIITAj FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1914. CoMiuonT, 1014, st ins ronUo Lrnotn CouriMt. t4V .l fTiIjiip'y'i WANES; STORM RAGES OH YSER Winter Conditions Stop Kaiser's Infantry Attacks in West Flanders and Artil lery Lull Follows. French Admit Loss of Chauvon court, Whore Mine Disaster Occurred Teutonic Losses in War Estimated at 1,250,000. With severe storms again raging along the battle lines in West Flanders and northern France, the German pressure against the Allies' front is weakening. Snow is reported in the region of the Vscr, and there the two' armies have almost entirely sus pended infantry operations, while the cannonade of the big guns is also de creasing in intensity. An offensive movement by the Brit- 'isli in the vicinity of Arras is expected in Paris, and there are indications that the Allies arc strengthening the pressure of their lines on the Aisnc. Toward ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 20 November 1914

-is : f !f ; 14 fei fc Bs;'.: Iff Mfc- i lease w f J pWwwlVt,Mt hi .entire wrwrrsm. inolittlrn. it... .. !Setd r-rtnt nf ... twrtfot.1... !,,.,. tf!Miii rr the fcTnnltrtfad elevated, $3V Wr the Broad strMt nW.. iK,,W) for the fJArby elevaied. He h Would b able to beeln werk J6i s frtmt were available and an tBpmt action wsi taken bj City Coun eH and the Ptiblle Bervlee Commission. n contlntiwi: "iiV carefnl ferethftlmht iltirt .,...,..(. laptelaUon the city has been placed in a Ji""!.' Proreea wait the transit de- 2?',5W unjustifiable to proceed .?'" veiopmeiH Wltnout due regard tile Imnt'itnneft of tn.nnr.rltnn h. ,Wtl tUS city and the existing; company, ':ti thft end that thu nntlrn lrmiihnrl.ilMi ttem of the city may be operated a ne great unit In n manner best calcu lated to serve the nubile nH tn nirnt-rl -'frfotfcellon to capital already Invested In the business. "Therefore, after tedious negotiation, a Urogram for transit development With Wee transfers has been arranged bV th...

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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. — 20 November 1914

jaoUMJi O V E M B JB II 2 8 . 1 8J --f, - SP EVENING LBP&BRrgftlLADELPSl-A, FRIBAf, NOVEMBEK SO; 1012, v g - v .--.-:-i .i. -' '--- AUTOISTS IN em HOPE NEW FUEL WILL MEET TEST POST-IMPRESSIONS AT LABOR CONVENTION w INFECTED CATTLE CAUSE OF ALARM IN LOWER MERION ENSIGN M'DONNELL AND MISS BOYD'S ..I fi -jilrrn jOu CITY :S HO TROTH CANCELED! Defend montns , two iftj fjCT MERCY FUND LACKS $16,000 SIX DAYS BEFORESHIP SAILS Relief Committee Sounds Final Appeal for Aid in Sending Orn to Belgium Soon. Mi -M ZoJIine, ias Substitute for Gas oline, Would Save Them Thousands of Dollars. Another Trial Today. Vhilncleliihla nutomoblllets nro c.iRer to test lallnc, the new fuel which la lrc dieted will tnko the place of gasoline for lire In mo torc.tr s and meana n savlnir of thousands of dollnrs n year lo motor Istg In this city. Stedmnn Ucnt, president of the Automobile Club of r-hllndclphJn, announced this' morning that ntitolsts hero V.I1I welcome a substitute (Or gasoline, nnd that zcllne...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 20 November 1914

EVKN1NU LKDGKll PHILADELPHIA FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1914. Slj; O t t - vii i i-ii-i i n it r1" r r mi ii f i ii 1 1 i-ir in rv - r i rnu 'n m i i i i i i ' ' " i i 1 1 i - - ....... . . . .... . . . 4 . ,,, . .. - r , niOTniMMiWTTr,g t z&k- Sf . a& LB w K K ma m MM St K -! mfi& MLr K WsL- 1 , Mj ill! ;s Wmi' ; kMr f, .-PijM t LiHtl L iVliJKmG LEDGERPH:XliAI)ELPHIA FBIIDAT, NOVEMBER 1914. ULL IK FLANDERS FIGHT; GERMANS GAIN ON LEFT aaa- war 'If. .a Oflnllniifd from rage One time, the Russians say the Turks JUd while the Turks say the Russian fleet fled to Scbastopol. ... United States officials awaited news of the cruiser Tennessee for details of the incident at Smyrna when the Ten nessee's launch was fired upon. No word has heen received from cither the ship or Ambassador Morgcnthau. WINTER STORMS HALT BATTLE IN THE NORTH I'AniS, Nov. 20. Severe weather conditions on tlie north ern front Iiub resulted In a lull from Ocr Mart attacks In that region with regnrds tt Infantry ...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 20 November 1914

mm i-rr rvtJl Ai. sithkiu , . . . j a - . t r M K "' ., ?" m jV EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1914. f itj w i ft r. ! 't- v 1 J!' -J. ii i t 1 i' it" M 1!, ABSTKM advance SWEEPS SERB SOIL, EXPERT DECLARES Military Attache of Local Consulate Explains Signifi cance of Present Aggres sive Campaign Against Belgrade and Nish. One of the Important consequences ot the cnmpalgn waged against the Servians by the Auatro-IItingnrlfltis lies In the fact that It will decide whether large forces of Francis Joseph's troops shall be sent against the Russians In the north, there by allowing the Germans to withdraw troops and send them against the Allies in the west or bo kept engaged to the south, according to a statement made to day by Lieutenant Colonel Maximilian Orszagh, of the Austro-tlungarlan nrmy and an attache at the Austro-IIungarlan Consulate In Philadelphia. In speaking of the Servian situation, Colonel Orszagh said that 'few realize the real Importance of this phase ...

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. — 20 November 1914

Iff -. J"'""?'i t'"P$t Hct a i m. S g ; i m f?il il UJ M T-NE!tt- BRi..BHI 351 torn. jhr'i EVENING LEDaBRPmLADELPHIA FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1014. I Pi fi. P. OFFICERS CONSIDER TOPICS ERTAMNGTOWAR l$0k Gcneral Leonard Wood Among Guests at j J Annual Convention of State Association. rkf Otiv 'ITflUnall. Nov. I6.-Wlth almost jjyjlfffAtes in attendance the annual MttUon ot the National Guard Aa- SatjOTt of Pennsylvania wns opened In f"F6rt Pitt Hotel today. wkmortR the most prominent military Cieit present from out of tho State were Ajfajor General Leonard Wood, tf. 8. A.. Ithc's. V'wnandlng Hie Department of the East, : firnl'iil Major General John P. O'ltvnn. go.ulpt iklhg officer of the New York Slate '. "Ttu Tn8 convention opened with Coton T. tranafC, O'Neill. Fourth Infantry, of Allentown, V YS.resldlng'. After Invocation by the Itev. U10 c ncls . Wethcrlll, chaplain of the from jhlrd Infantry, Philadelphia, a paper was to Oi ,.,'ad by Cantaln J. J. Qoblii Crnnmzr. arc. IJhigh- nd I...

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. — 20 November 1914

TTaT" Trim n a v oVKMHEK 2s, ifu XL - - , W j f sitsat EVENING LEDGER -PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 20, 1914. r, ASPIRANTS TO CAST OF MASK AND WIG SHOW TO COMPETE t. wludenls Will Have Oppor tunity b Appear in Prelimi nary Performances of "The Dowry Uncle." The preliminary show of the Mnnk nnd wis Club will bo Blxcn at the clubhouse ourlnir the week of December H. The I'lay Riven will be a musical comedy, by William Wright, a Mask and Wis star for the last two years. It Is entitled "The Cowry Uncle." Two casts of 12 principals each have been selected. Kach cast will have a chatico to tihow dramatic ability for three Jilstita d'jsrlnfr the show's one-week stand. The object of the preliminary show Is to develop Mask and Wljr material for the big annual production, which Is given In the spring. The members of cast A are: I. C. Bailey H. B. Hall P. If. DoIUrt M C. Whllo Yf, A. Clarke II. Illjnn A. C, Wagcnknlght B M. Oraci 1. Thorn K II. EKtnan P. J. Fleltl Cast n. Includes; 5 J V. 'r...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 20 November 1914

fvmjfy-mmmmpmmmvdmm dm- ft' EVENING L-EDGERPHlLADELPaiA", FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1914- ' " -- '- ' ' ' --' - ' '- ' '' !. i . I. i SW j .'. I,,, .,... W hf line's. ruMit qulpr ! Waoh-, Li ' JStfS,. flap' the eiNat "TUB , tranaf rtdr 14 tlcketl the 135,. front j, Mo pt - Ugh- i" m i fcn ' by J ut g "net . nnt f , ten f ,,, jBgf" TlJ -, ftho I "eon ,. -pfote ,. v Elder ' Ilahln . faclIlU public. . "If t? heed w of the othor - 11 i ' without tc "If t r ' both H, Compaq pany v IB acco1' ! aeatnsEr : to the, 1 ' loss of 1 "In t-f 1 Ing thA pelled H to cquls tern lrJ with of t u to co cci; the. thlhU. phln t holder rf in this lie full. atructlo, let. Tt; York. ' "As fl i very. cnpablel hlgh-sp ever, ti. Hon ca f?BUIlleJ ' uiaUfjjij BUI, lie ihW' ejfr ach riscer ells L t luh t &r$ ''T lamiftu; ffltllQtt TUBLtC LEDGnu COMPANY CYnua it it ornrtfi rm. .,... feee. tV Ochs. SeerMarjr , John r Martin. Treasurer; i H Luainstoti, Philip B Colling, John B. WI Directors. - - EDtTOnt At, BOARD I Cr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 20 November 1914

FiuLMViiUttniM:ai()VKMKU 2. im 1- ..- i . . ;?! IV V I'i . r . '- . I -rJ&M.,tftrn SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT . PHILADELPHIA ' ' Mw''fyjW fo im A. Its m trnnci broker of an Tho MRS. WILLIAM Mrs. Moorhead, who was married yesterday at Rutlcdgc Pn., was Miss L'dna Collision Myers and is the dauchtcr of Mr. and Mrs. David G. Myers. After their wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Moorhead will live nt 128 Sylvan avenue, Rutlcdgc, Pa. MO. AND MRS. GEORGE DALLAS DIXON have issued Invitations for a dinner, to bo given Friday night, January 15, at 8'clock, In honor of Mlsa Ellzubcth Thompson, daughter of llr. and Mrs. James Beaton Thompson, nnd Miss Ttutli Coxe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brlnton Coxe. Miss Jean C. Bullitt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Locjati M. Bullitt, of 12S South Wd struct. will bo guest of honor nt a luncheon which will bo given by Miss Hcleit draco Smith n Helen, Torrcsdale, on Wednesday, Decem ber 16. Clarence M. Clark, AVIlllam L. McLean, Dr. Edward Wlnslow Taylor and Will...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 20 November 1914

mm ?-SJ.WWi-! fw-C vT: aftflfj Ws-1!1- "Tniua(ft!w - ayptnw- -jsyi PMwl&' ittn? tff cf iff j Br BIMt xl. pi Kr 'f KB LHBf- W Efl K'e- Hi I, Bii ?b m. t&. SK othei. ul lie, ,r ii Ibottr I Cotr Spat, Sflu Jl . etT stoi Roir' it "t dl fin. fjpl-f HO-. i ten;- wit, (v5 " Btc ft.' T ' hi in ..tht- llshi' MM- KT'V -let..." feTorl 'I Oil u . - jmj. ,U CIS cam fiwtf. ta tr r&3 J skill j.ula S.-BUJ 0 i? r& V Sw ,t Oil. fwa. LwSp i iV. ,.lnonen HSHBB IK', eao MKakwmkaWm Hi na? BHBhI BP- clli ysjssssjBP""" sHBKir s Wr HHHSBBb HHIB-: " flfci' BBS SRi It- HBBsP WSr Wl KslSHiPsS' Skkl V mmmMr mm- m i TC SSHHEC W,' iff H W;; Ml H9HRr m-:" V ;-. W:- WW HBHw9k K ' v . JM( 99HHHK9ir ft tir :' iu. P HRPfl F- v tpwvSfl mmm ' r ij HHMi llitlf I 10 jSjL?. i,',.rsi t fflNGS THAT INTEREST SECOND f Ellen Adair Discusses WUeh controversy circle around tho 'tsUratien of the Seenntl mnrrlnirn. I . 'PrateilCy Or InexneillenRV it Mir ml n llnnli f'tlfo Individual case, nnd ho hard and fast rtil6 ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 20 November 1914

jtyierxAlKjL'iiiLnLjiJLVovEMKEit 2, in-' jfi 3)ftfeiaarfBBAafeiMjiitJj3B8fejMm "yf'.rt' i ifiwf iiMjiiMiiii-t " " '1A! " ' ' " """' A'Wh'ffit ITr1" " " " p ts.tifru mnm 1 nefeMu i MV18NING LJSDUKR PHILADELPHIA FRIDAY, NOVEMBEU 20, LOU. ygL w t DEVICE 10 GUARD WIRELESS SECRETS NEWEST WONDER Philadelphia Inventor at Work on System That Will Keep the Air From Being "Tapped." hndlcat changes In tlio present system nf wireless telegraphy will take place In r ivort whllo If an Invention now bclnu ,ked out by Prof. Lloyd 'Knoll, nt lh lfoys" Central High School, In this city, la successful. Professor Knoll, who Is director of physics at tho school, la trying to perfect a (lovlco which will permit a sent wire less messago to bo received only by tho tatlon for which It Is Intended. The how npparatua will be worked on a yaleni of tuning, and only receiving sta tions tuned to the samo tension as tho place from which tho messago Is sent can reecho tho vibrations. Tho 8. O. S. call will be unifo...

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. — 20 November 1914

:'rF'Hll&&g&S$W SJCWSBWOKW gL-i EVENING jgftBB--PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1014. -, GREAT WILL BE STATE FOOTBALL BATTLES CTAOEDlAFORD AND EASTON TV A VM . . . I rTsTJIVTOT T TJTTTVTlVTn-rn-1 -r-- T '" - . r-r A TTTS naK. a'S.-.- jvibi-j 1 HAVERFORD-SWARTHMORE IN CORNELL RUNNERS PICKED TO WIN COLLEGIATE BUN TOMORROW HARVARD APPEARS TO HAVE - CHS r - i 4 GRIDIRON TEST TOMORROW f vg?t :w-. 'at t6 Atf t'At ill" ITt bottrf Corr' nat. ... .i in i in 1 lour wit. p: 5nt 9 othV . llvoih. . xJ tht.m At "rh" S tine j. -a lb i waRt HKkjjjLHSSP mm w M'Mot Important Pennsylvania Ganm Is Iff.", . -j - - .-.. w --. w t$: M. Haverford Lchttrh fltirl T.flrovtf, in State Treat at Easton. to be Held Another Qreat Is the up-Stato Interest In the double footbnll attraction scheduled for to morrow. One content Is to be held at Huston nnd the other at Haverford. At Kaston the VtMifh and Iafnyetto well-trained nrldirnn athletes will battle enrh other to fletermlno that sectional champion...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 20 November 1914

t " -" i nil, i 1T11 n "W s i-nr-"iWT-(fJ5Bp"TTW5 3P EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA", FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, v 1014. UilWKJLHaU.t, EOOAL BUSINESS SHOWED LITTLE CHANGE IN WEEK Conditions Generally Are Dull, But Slight Improve ment Is Reported in Iron and Steel Markets. 'Very lllllo change occurred. In local busi ness during the Inst week, although In some tines slight Improvement wti "re ported. Tills was especially so In ttie -cniie ot tho Iron and steel and the paper markets, where conditions were said to ho looking up. THo general opinion In tho Iron and steel trade Is thai the dull ttess has run Ha course and from now on things will gradually becomo better. Some Increase In Bales Is reported by paper, manufacturers and Jobbers. . It. O. Dun & Co. ray In their weekly review ot trade conditions In Philadel phia: "in the local wool trade a firm tone Is maintained and tho demand Is fair, par ticularly for fine and fine-medium tcrrl tprks and for medium fleece. Transac tions In territo...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 20 November 1914

&WlQN0Wse V, night EXTRA NIGHT EXTRA xtmin yi (ll PBIOE ONE CENT VOL. I-:NO. 50 PHILADELPHIA,. IFIMDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1914. Corinionr, 1D14, lit ins rosMO Ltoani Cohmnt. W tks .'. , UK, he. of V" olbeiy He. ,ij with' ..IA bolt Cotr' par. . i erf tb I losr' m- "3o M ?nP' I nigr, - veC lu tlon. CorjJ skill ula art) .' ' tit. tun !ba4j nasi Oth . no 1 loop1 C Ilvoih Uie & Bllf !Ut' SECRETARY WILSON CALLS LABOR LAW FREEDOM'S CHARTER Hc&d of Federal Department ,f Lauds Clayton Anti-trust Bill Before A. F. L. Dele . gates. THIS IS WOMAN'S AOE, SAYS MARGARET ROBINS .; Tho organization and quickening Into social consciousness and group help- , fulness of tho working women Is the supreme neeti or industrial democracy In America. This Is the women' nge. This generation will witness a greater advance of women Into civic and so cial Control than In all tho past ages of the hutmn race. If working women are nol actually represented In the leadership of this great movement It will bo co...

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