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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 November 1914

JJfTTAL MnnnHV,...aVKMBEB 55H, ISU htilWVi .llH Il1ltl lilpii T NIGHT EXTRA ;xtra - - - Jfew. 14. B VOL. I-ttO, CO mttLAtiJSLPHIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1914. CormonT, 1014, it TitaFctLto Linara Coumkt. PRICE ONE CENT Allies Rout Foe From Aisne Trendies- grangers lor Clean U.' S. Senate Man Confesses Killin Russians Trap Germans oy x. SCENES AND EVENTS IN THE NEWS OF THE DAY Kt CAPTAIN CLIME Swarthmorc. DIAMOND Lafayette halfback. CAPTAIN CAREY Haverford. TWO OF LEHIGH'S BEST AT A BIT OF PRACTICE Hoban kicking from Cahall's placement. KIRK Haverford halfback. RAMSEY Haverford fullback. ky Mil W 8 ' a . -i. w v . : . T&&ixiimtsmz&irj3.. w?.r. . t ' , hww'wbv . . !& w .Rvv- .( .. m i. PNWSP wBlg&gra PraMll'Hffll ileis&sL m$Mml Mlislliiil 1 One of the biggest events in Pennsylvania athletics takes place today when the Maroon and White mixes w!4h the Brown and White LEHIGH UNIVERSITY'S CHARGING FOOTBALL TEAM AND A TRIO OF LAFAYETTE MEN WHO WILL TRY TO THROW THEM...

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. — 21 November 1914

I t to ? JVENiyg , LBDaisnPttlLADBLPHIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1914, WHAT THE ELEVATED LINE DID FOR 52D STREET GERMANTQWN RESPONDS TO TAYIRgTOiTAPPBAT.q py PFMAW" nWrryfiNCaS UMMflTUWDI MS COUNCILS FOR HIGH SPEED Taylors Appeal Answered by Citizens Resolution De manding Transit Action Without Waiting for Union Traction's Co-operation. Germantown residents Indorsed the high-speed transit plans of Director Taylor last night at a large nnd en thusiastic meeting at the Kree Library In Vernon Park, and adopted resolutions de manding that Councils tako the necessary steps to Inauro the construction of the proposed high-speed lines without await ing the action of the stockholders of the Union Traction Company. Hearty sup port of tho transit plans was also pledged by tho meeting. Property owners, large find small, voiced their approval n he Unfolded In detail tho plans which will bin dthe communities of Philadelphia to gether and pave the way to prosperity for each section frolonsed applau...

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. — 21 November 1914

cr ,j 1 Mg'-' MIGHT EXTRA NIGHT EXTRA netting . PHILADELPHIA, 9ATUKDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1H14. PRICE ONE OEHT? VOL. I-NO GO ' CoriMartT, 1914, bt tna Pcslio I-rwrn Commht. imiHMiw""ii" meager GRANGERS URGE SENATORIAL PROBE OF CORRUPTION Unanimously Favor Official Investigation of Charges of Bribery in Recent Elec tions. WILAIINSTON. Del., Nov. 21. With tha passage of tho resolution asking tho United F Mai Senate to Investigate cor ruption nnil bribery the National Grango has concluded Its annual convention. There Was no discussion over tho pas sago of tho resolution calling on the tnltcd States Senate to Investigate all charges of bribery and corruption In connection with the election of United Btntc8''Seriators In tho lost election and calling upon Congress to pass a law making It a criminal oltcnso to use money In an, election. The resolution was In troduced by Henry Ilarland, of Idaho, and Is, regarded as the strongest measuro on tho subject which has over passed the national grango....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 November 1914

Ptepf-ffigg f5ftffaw &&&& J T tint Kotll tqCH tranl dclpl Willi eoutl pony panyj as elonl will tho tern. Hui awfu waU4 TSfc .BOOT LIVES A DAY THE.C0ST TO CITY OF HOUSING EVILS IJJtipporters of Tenement Law Say They Are Opposed in Demand for Appropriation by Politicians and Land , lords. Dealh, duo to Insanitary conditions In fcoiises of tho Mums, which' social work- g$erscaU "death vaults." ended the lives oflSOO person In 181Jn lots of lives at the' rate of ono evory two hours. Deaths from these causes are occurring dally, according to tho Philadelphia Ilous. itig Commission1, while Councils neslect to make the appropriations asked for to conduct tho Division of Housing and Sanitation. One year and four months havo aono by since the act creating tho division was passed by tho Legislature and signed by Governor Toner, - Every nttomnl to get Councils to grant tho appropriations has fnllcd. The fata at tho net now rests with tho Ftnnnca Commltteo of Councils, of which ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 November 1914

Jiimiv tl?tAL.SA'l'TtTjnAV.)VKMBKU 1!8, XWfJ M-V- i M'ALLISTER FREED AFTER 13 YEARS; ONE OF GIRL'S 4.SLAYERS Paleron Man Had Been Sentenced to 30 Years for the Murder of Jenny Boss chieterin 1900. jJMH.q ggoj phieadbIiPhia; Saturday, kotember 21, 1DI& tltENTO.V, Nov. 2t.-WUer A. McAl lister, of Pnterson, son of ft wealth ullk ftilll owner of that city, and one of tho layer of Jennie Bosschlctct, n mill sir), Js frre today nftcr serving 13 years of a 80-year sentenco In tho New Jersey Stato J'rlson. He was paroled jesterdny, and, accom panied by his sister, Miss Eleanor Mc- .Alllster. went to tho homo of their father In I'alerson. McAllister was a model prisoner, and i the keepers liked htm. As ho was ready to Igeparl, he erasped the hands of Head Ceeper Madden and Deputies Parker and flrwtn, and tearfully bade them farewell Ipfter expressing thanks for their kind ness to him. Jennie llouschteter, who was employed In the Riverside silk mill In Paterson, owned by tho elder McAllis...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 November 1914

;fHfiBnrr jjs vVVJ-tfy 5 "'If 4 fP'fJ' 0Br rr res fttofl con.1 lion lndfl nidi cor will conl U thr his ho mafl ran Tra clUS cillt to eeCii pros Tral the to Its TH tlm the nov 540,0 in n row! tend furtl tran y-fiS P Hui m. K25 5 5 tkMANS RETIRE IN FACE OF FIRE ($llmml from fafte One attVancc in the operations near the MaJtirian Lakes. '$"' AtUfrtafi Imtrn fntlo.l ttm Kiicm'tih irrand assault on Przemysl, according the Vienna official Statement. fegrad asserts the contrary, Stfft- nnat tnc outer defenses are in the wars hands. Turkish forces have invaded Egypt 130 miles within the border, It is an flounced from Constantinople. It is alio said 80,000 llntish have been Wiled and wounded in the swift inva RENCH ARTILLERY DRIVES st"fc- GERMANS Wi 9 PARIS, Nov. 21. A aeries of successes over the Germans, moet of them artillery engagements, were reported In tho otllclnl statement Issued br the French War Ofuco this afternoon. Along tho Alsne tho French artillery was able to drive the German...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 November 1914

BSfsjBsesspBfSBBssss ' xt r' ..V" EVENING LEDGEB-PHILADiDLPHIA, J3ATUBDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 19i- 5 V- SATURDAY EVENING REVIEW OF THE WEEK'S EVENTS HERE. THERE AND EVERYWHERE THE WEEK IN WASHINGTON It ! ... TT-.-rtl -!-l i.' 1.1-. vmiciai nnu unoiuciai ,jvuiiviiico and Concerns of tlio National Capital. Upon receipt of advices from Cnptntn C. 0. Decker U. S. N., commanding tho ' fcrmored cruiser Tennessee, announcing that a launch of that battleship had been flred at In tho harbor of Smyrna by th .Turkish land forces, the Administration called upon Ambansador Morgcnlhnu, at Constantinople, to make n thorough In quiry and report to tho State Department. At tho rams, tlmo Captain Decker was cautioned not to take any action which might cause tills Government embarrass ment In sending a message of. warning to Captain Decker, Secretary Danlets hail In mind the Mexican crisis which followed Admiral Mayo'a demand on uenerai Huerta, last April, to firo a saluto of 21 ininn In lh American flair. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 November 1914

fc-s$ift&6j8(jpr m -& t m wiiil anal apca era 1 wijB thdl iHC0 k TjAfll I a ninm wnnMiaiiii HAZING VARIETY IN WEEK'S" OUTPUT OF BOOICSUBJECTS INTERESTEVERYAGE ll1'' "' w i '-"" ,n..ari .. -.... n ,! i ii. a, f I....,,. ,- in. - .iiiii. i -)-., i n-i . .-Mb,, ... .. i . . . - -- - - - . - -. i ' "' l - i . .t -. .. - ..,. I I n f 1 IT... .!. Is Baedeker to Books ,?t - ? FimoM .Iftl miK nrii 'P nill.lVin h Jnltn Head DMItft ILuiiitlfHl hMlMA 11 .-... am m ' .. in-auniHi ttuitaci lint" iruiici " arUitia 1am and l tlr-bfaadtri escape. i.S'lBWi(t. novat of adventure . f i .At, l. dmi . ... iJmm flltitt ftoval . by arHtt-nulIior.. In nbieh lifLYln antra th conventional in nlan. Ata. trtfrtf to hrt hit tip nfr drownlnr. .i. fcut I saved Lv a Ilihthouts lff. .' HE tiAl-OHlNU CArAiiFWi. Tiy th lUron UlISiJ i"' amfwi. by th naron X dashing romance of the an "The Starlet Pimitarnal." or Jl-NMH rrsllWii. lr A rtnMnHlnt eh-uaetar hotel. I vrcay. A iter or "Th iir. msB or R. Watt A MtnutA...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 November 1914

1TUL. h A.T.JXUUJi-X O V K M U K II 28, 1ft J-' yy - HEW YORK 'CHANGE 'GOVERNORS TO ACT ON BOND TRADING 'Statement Made That Mat ter Will be Considered at Regular Meeting on Tuesday. EVENING LEDGER-PHILAPELPftiA, SATURDA YroVTC1lfRTOn 21, 19X2, IN The mot Important announcement alnco lho close of the New Tork Btock Ex change on July 30 was made nt the Stock lixchango today In tho statement that the beginning ot bond trading nt minimum prices will be considered by the Govern ing Committee at the regular meeting on Tuesday, and that an early date will then bo llxcd for the resumption of this busi ness. Stock Exchange authorities said that this means difficulties which existed and (which prevented tho carrying out of ar rangements to begin bond trading today liave been removed, and that there Is now o obstacle to tho resumption of bond trndlng under restrictions made by the ffovcrnors. This nows had a marked effect on rcntlment throughout the street, as It nan taken na evidence that fe...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 November 1914

y,KHf R EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1914. Bfc -I' m l'MMliKMWIilllHlllaMWpMW ' v '. -" fit' '' sb P -:-i ft & S i ''-& Itirtimii) jffi 'HHrasffi?" ft Po atei W i HW" $acr PtlBUC LEDGER. COMPANY ctmrs ii. K. ct;tiTis, rtwimtst. Geo. W. Ortm. Heeretftry ; John r. Martin, Treasurer II. Lndington. FhMp 8. Collins, John S, Wl Htw, Directory BDWottUt,OAnD: ' drvtin tf If rtrBtn rnlHA JfclvHAhBt' ftttetilltre Maltor 0, JMAnTlM .General foulness Maneger Wbllshed dally at Pcntto Limistt imildlnff, tneVnnffn 9taMr fMI.lJnMa ti tfcidMt,bit:ttiut. Bread and Chestnut Btreeta ' AtWijge Cm PrrM-Vnlm BulMlna 5ff TSttit ITO-A. Mr trepolltan Tower CKltUe SlTHWtto Insurance Iluttdlnir KWK 8 Watetloo Place, Pall Mull, 8. Vf. NKWSBUIU3Att8i riWSCj9 Bluett; The Pnlriot TJul Win WAiaSior IlnnaAi; The 1'eU llulldlnS Ntsw res niij tm rimes Building Bmr.1 B8SAtj . no FriertrlehstratM lost, ntrRB a Pnll itntt Bast, 8. W. mis Mcfclt) ! Ilua Louie la Uratul H& subscription te...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 November 1914

tr - ", ' M-.i...1jf ' "1" """" jV"i,"V jS Z&kM& &- -4gBA ""-? ', 4 1 ws?f?&WwWz ? rr ' x v - t " 4 4 g EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA.. SATURDAY, KOVEMBEK 21, 101' SOCIETY - . oM 0 I - - . ' "" -" m a iii ii hMtimnmeinMi.tusiii w h , i, ,... ... .. .. - - . .. .. . - . m Jii iniiiiiiiii inr iiiImi TjlTn iirB;iiiii-""---. '- .---.. ,"",lJMBniieiift I - - L - . . . . --' - . Kxd " Shb wWvwA ys Ah jlJ U l. LSXy O k wvm TUB Cinderella collllons will bo held this roar as itsu.il, so tho committee announces. Theso popular dances will take place In tho Xloso Gardens of Ihrf Bcllovuc-Stratford on four nights during the winter, Tho first will be held January 6, and tho other dates will bo January 20 and 27 and February 10. Mrs. Joseph Leldy and her daughter, Miss Cornelia Leldy, motored up to Hew Haven yesterday to attend tho Tale-Harvard football game. They will return to New Tork tonight, and will spend tho week-end there. Miss Kllznbcth Adams Is visiting her father, Henry Ad...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 November 1914

"JStir"?". ,-- .- -V-..""- ""iTSL'SfrfoMavKmsE yr -3-n.ijpi 5?B!'?' if '1 St ! v m & onl i. i K deil ret cm xne Osi BUO thai aaS:l ' d w ,v He - 4t 10 ETVJENINO- LJSDdER- gHHiABm.PHIA-, gATUSPAY, HOVEMBBT?, 21, 1914. R THE WOMAN AND THE HOUSEHOLDUSEFUL WnVTS ANn pnr.ASINfl FASHIONS ifi rffi GREAT ADVENTURE , Ecn Itair BetieCcs in the Charm of the Unknown, tiVtt trtle Ot)tlmlt l. !f Uarf n ram. !?irettdy B,u, "llnK o tafeo chances fAmjne Brest nm of lift. Is h worth !.? WilleT we nsk. A iliniintA ftm vf , . lH)r life la nnthlnr mrtPA (am limn 4h "At Adventure. HR1IMi tnnr1f..l 11.1 -...,1. . . .,.. .lUGi,u, IJ11UKS. HUQ11 EOnOUK tpenlngs are awaiting us around the D$5',"!Xt turn ln tl,e l'0ftd- w MUW pored up with hope ami the thrill Utter imppincm, complete ana the 11Jttl,B'y,ns hnPrIncs ' "round r-r'it "of ct were Boing w set V present l e nly mcBnln ot n" torts are ll'V,n8r oml work- 0'"" nd wo shall 2? u on ,0 ''"I'P'ne". Yt. for the nUnly nnd " onc day tight attitude ton4nB ...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 November 1914

..-?... M" ' gag) .lisTs. I .. 1 " EVENING LKDGER-PIIILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER '.2,1, 1914, SgL-'-p,, CHURCHES AND THEIR WORKERS-RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES OF ALL DENOMINATIONS nrtjH "a icxia xx a v,,.,' o V K M BE tt as, iPJ- JSP EYING SQUADRON FOR TEMPERANCE COMES HERE SOON x-GoVernor Hanly at Head of Party That Is to Speak at Mass-meetings for Three Days. Elaborate plana nrc bclhgmada' tbr the ?llt to this city on December 111 li and 13 of the National Anil-Saloon Lcaguo Flylnff Squadron, this organization of eminent men, who nro striking for pro hibition In "every- largo city In tho United Bthtes, la led by ex-Governor J. Frank Hanly, of Indiana. In Its Btatomont of purpose It snysi" "We the undersigned agree to nraoclatc ourselves together In an organisation to be known as 'The Flying Squadron of America.' Our Immediate and sole object Is the Inauguration and execution of n great forward movement for tho national destruction of tho liquor traffic." The arrangements will bo annou...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 November 1914

'i.teBtf sMfeV -Aw.qi 12 EVENING LEDGl! B PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY. NOVKMl.BR 21, 1SI-L " " " ejeTPfewr- htj T- iMn nrfiaijr' in nn,w.uA-tn , , ; t C6 Sfa&e Vt JLJHj'imr QftheJIge L-Jfik 1 I --- iw " -r - - "'- - " "- ' - -- i I-,, . i- in--nam , t a 5.r L?T I r? jj n&& -" T- HP9 'l f' Wk flBBBBs; f. - &zm HBP . 'fc. iHslS KJWHttSmn SJttr IBATRICAL BAEDEKER Tt"rtio 1rn,llirfll ttilllnnA" l Mitt Nlcoileml and Michael Morton. Jr0HK1SOT-'Th6 Queen of-the Movits." .tsg! comadv. with Mny do Hounn. OAWftlClft "Potash ana Perlmutter." OfStthilUatlon of Montague Glass' fa M stories. Idftftl'S Eildlft For rtnd the Seven Ltttie Foya: Will Holt Wakefield In ft repertoire of new eonga nml dlvcrel. jieti cur. 3UO-"HJlsti Jinks," musical comedy, mm cook oy uuo ifaucroncn ana mu- lo; py IlUdoIf Frlml, starring: Stella ftaiaynew. WALNUT Return of that popular fa vorite, "The Old Homestead," by Den man Thompson. CONTINUING. ADELPHI "A Tnlr of Sixes," by Ed ward Penle, A drntnatlo full ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 November 1914

I , . i . -. i j i to, y ti ii ir ill) i r -f ftPOT r I II TiAJTLIiLJjJ3U-.t-iw-m4JUM v a vi uw ,. .;. ,..- . . i -U- ' W II C 1 I rn T T T S "V - 7 Ik I ' Id Xft I -T " J I .-" - " 1 1 1 J .- fij V li SJafr- tfaa - JPU:- -SBSBSBaSBaH'.SBaBaBaBaBaBaBBBaBH ' t c-i - - -..-- J iiaini i i Mfti it, I, i i - -j..i..i i t : .. .. ..... - - i.a-1- --T- - i '---T .. -n" r l . ji jimnwjwwwH pi m1 'fe EVENING IrBDaER-PHILADELPHXA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1914. i , ,,..,.. Bin-1 nii-iinMi-irTrr ilri ' - " - -- j- . -n ... . iI THEATRICAL ,ySffN , ,Jh M3-afWH$M Opportunity for American Librettists Otto HnuerbAch, Who wrote the book of "HlSh Jinks," which opens at the Lyric Theatre next Momlnjr night, was born In Salt Lftke City nnd not In Germany, ns has bjen reported. Iluttolf Frlml. the Composer, according to Mr, llnuerbach, la (lgbtinpr In the Austrian nrmy. Bpeaklnn of tho war and Its cltect on the Btasci Mr. HaUtrba-ch sftld: ,. "Nothlntf. nerhapn. coitld brlns home to the average thinking ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 November 1914

wyiw-': j m y"1""; ";1 MNV9' 'T" '-flfc j - w--yww ,,iE-T.Ea..,rsRKU B 'j. .1. "' , -r , ftj' tr rtrSpEgt' ' ' kSi 14 E?VBNiyq LEDERPHrLAI)ELPHIA SATURDAY, NbVEMB-EB 21', 1914. 3 Cornell; as predicted, handily won collegiate championshipracetoday 30RHELL RUNNERS ISTANCE FIELD IN INTERCOLLEGIATES Individual Honors Also Go to Potter, of Jthacan Squad, Harvard Gets Second and Penn Fifth. By ED-WABD B. BTJSHNELL NEW HAVEN, Conn., Nov. 21.-Cornetl University's "wonderful squad of lontf distance runners run truo to form In the seventh Annual championship of the t. C A. A. A. hero today nt noon, Tho Itliacans won the team championship With tho remarkably low score of 35 points, finishing their first flvo scoring runners within tho drat 12 to cross the tape. In addition Donald Potter! of the Cornell team, won the Individual honors with a remarkable burst of speed over the last mile of the course. Harvard finished second with a score of 77; Tale fcelng third, with 91, and M, I. T. fourth, -w...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 November 1914

tto- "- ' " '-iL'A ,m in- ,. " .. ! ..... sSP MSJ EVENIN.G LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER. 21, 1014. i r-1' k "OUlt TORN EXT" IF GERMANS WIN, SAYSJ.R.DREXEL American Back From Eu rope Declares Kaiser Has Army or 300,D00 In U. S. Tells of Atrocities. NEW TOItK, Nov. !t.-"acrmanjr hns 800,000 oniccrs and men In thin country already, and If nho wins the present war, It will bo our turn next." This ntntcment tue made by John It, Drexcl, of this city nnd formerly of Phtln Uclplila, when ho returned from Europo last nll't tin the White Star liner Adri atic. Ite linn spent most of tho Inst two month!) In Vichy, France, nnd declared he had n splendid opportunity to see tli nj German fighting machine at work. ' 11 la a wonderful machine, and la bo Ing very cleverly handled by the moat astute group of men In the world, the German General Staff," ho continued. "It la up to this Government to take Imme diate steps to Increase tne strength of our , standing army and to double our ilqet....

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 21 November 1914

NIGHT EXTRA vxtBtmt feasts :m TT NIGHT EXTRA T - ' , - ' ' ' ' ' ' "' ' ' - '' '... in fo Le9HHLeHeEa wtBsP-- v BHffisliBT' Sit VOL. I-NO. 00 PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, itfOVEMBEIt 21, 1914. CorMtottT, 1014, lit ina rcBtto Lroora CouMirr. PBICJ3 ONE CENT HARVARD SCORES IN FIRST PERIOD AGAINST YALE V.V 5K fU Crimson Makes Touchdown Early "With Forward Pass. Hardwick Fails to Kick Goal Score 6 to 0. Harvard scored a touchdown early In the, rint period, but Hardwick failed to kick the ooal. Scorel Harvard, 6 Yale, 0. NBW HAVE.Y, Corth., Nov. 2i.Seventy thousand and nftyllve reserve scat tickets were sold for tho Ynlb-Harvard football game, which, started here this afternoon at 2 o'clock. At that time. It was no longer posslblefto sain admission, except through Speculators. Single tick' ets were bringing 110 each and In pairs they cost tX. Betting odds were 6 to 5 on Harvard, Bin co Yale lost to Washington and Jef fersOn several weeks ago a wonderful improvement has been made In the team a...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 23 November 1914

isTri tHTT TtTtrjB' kiimumnH 'iiai8(t""'- ' ' ... "1' J-L 1 r f ! iwqpi Wttrnpiitwj!ife mm HIGHT EXTRA jjbiknbgBraH1kaIBHKVKi i-jp...,,.... ,...., ,.. 1 ttrirojrififinpyiiwM tcueninn " jj.r-A wTOf Kivrr'DA TOL. I-NO, 01 PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1014, CoiTMBH't. 1014, iiiniFosuoXsostx Counter. PRICE ONE liwfii !'" wSW"' J.a i w ia-Mi German, Big Guns Boom Along Coast Drive on Warsaw Halted Two Stabbed at Wedding U. S. May Buy Midvale Steel Plant SCENES- AND EVENTS IN THE NEWS OF THE DAY GAME THAT FELL VICTIMS TO RIFLES OF CITY OFFICIALS J ; : Director, of public Safety Porter and Receiver of Taxes Kendrlck recently sought recreation from official duties by disappearing Into the wilds of Pike County in search of game. Here is what they brought back. These ten deer may be seen hanging at the plant of the Welsbrod- & Hess brewery, at Frankford road and Adams street. They provo that Messrs. Porter and Kendrlck are entitled to' respect oo Nlmrods. ONE OF THE NAVY D Photo hx ...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 23 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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