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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 23 November 1914

i- A tOVKMBEE 28, : ;Jfc, .,,;rat Efcr-.r-n, ii WSHHH PBMIPr(KI m NIGHT EXTRA NIGHT EXTRA ituetim vol. i-no. i PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1914. PltlCE ONE 03SNT ConnranT, 1014, BziitBrcattoLzDaia CoMMsr. '1 ' r-. ' " ""-:f WJU1II1IJUIUJJJ1IJJU.I k m FRENCH TOWNS LAID WASTE BY KAISER'S GUNS Furious Cannonade at Three Points Yprcs in Flames and Soissons and Rheims Again Attacked. fresh Gorman Artillory Massed at Belgium Front and Heavy ' Cannon Thundor Along Sea ' Coast London Alarmed. Along ttic Franco-Belgian front the battle continues to be carried on mainly by the artillery, and, according to the official statement issued this afternoon by the French War Office, the Germans are directing their at tacks chiefly upon Ypres, Soissons and Rheims. At Soissons and all along the "bloody angle" at the Junc tion "of the Oise and Aisnc Rivers, the Allies biggest guns arc replying with vigor, and unofficial reports Indi cate a probable advance by the Allies at this point. Yprcs has b...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 23 November 1914

W-- Effl&r'aw" - l?Th,. ,nii;9-jasSEr((erp-- i q 3- O h ft9 m- aswMn pts ta , jifj WwAJffiiftwWy IRGAHIZATION MAY MSB COUN01IM IN SEVERAL WARDS bfrtl& December Asscss- tent Shov Increase Rep- lfefehtoiions From Republi can Strongholds Will Be Reduced. S Increase ! Hie site of Common Ja expected by political tenders ns siytlofJthe December assessment, tn & the talk for a smaller Council. KSpUbiiean Organisation leadors are sparing to take no chances, and will 6fiI tho division assessors through their tuetsllicts with A nno tooth rmnli. n n M i recont every name possible. Euecroaso In somo of tho Republican Or- Eniaiion strongholds, nnd If the yseessment lisle In theae wards are not aarcer In December, several nt ih vsrda win lose Common Councllmcn. JSaCn. Ward In tho cltv Is nntltlrfl tn at least ana Common Counellnmn. Kvrv 5"d with S0O0 or Jitore assessed citizens a mmuiHi to ona Common Councilman Tor each 4000 names on Din nnnr' lists'. AsSQSShlenffl nrn inn. In In Run....

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. — 23 November 1914

tr w KDfclli iWWpBpBWOaptfl'ITXnjt I lli-. , ,,,,, Sffl EVENING LEDGliJK-'PHTrABlQCPHlX MONDAY, NOV EM BETE Sf3, T0i. mAl" hatttIMIAlY.-OV B M B K B "ivri r rrnrrR 1A ff ill. '. ' tfAftwhMifB" TOYS, YES, PLENTY OF THEM, TO MAKE ' MERRY CHRISTMAS No Occasion for Children or Grown Folks to Worry, as Is Shown by a Look Through the Stores. ' Toys, toys e very where, .nnd plenty to bo uroumt. Thnt will surely ho the case this Christmas, and probably inext, so cheer up, my children. ntBanlless of what "Brown-tips" mny tell you about the hor rid war In Germany, you can hanjr up your stocking -when the lime comes, and rest assured they will he filled that Is, If you have been Rood children all during the year. Fire cnRlncs, Runs, soldiers, battleships, nutomohlles, "choo-choos," nil kinds of dolls nnd nn lnflnlto assortment of other kinds of toTi nro simply cJioklnR tho store windows and counters these days. Mid thoso who brousht tears-Into tho eyes of tho "kiddles" some time ngo In telling...

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. — 23 November 1914

mmtt ttntK ", . si iw "-If' ?l I'j .- t r-HL tu ww rfepj jetntll B Sio r Thl eeri ? ftttl f" IflMei iri Sivai Ha Uast itlT 14. BBS Sr it Mm thft tl Itfie ft Thl Pr nisi boH uvt 1st fibres ,3Vai! iiner K EJiar te f pist front Tt torn! tine; ti iftva lTC( mer snll I1ol TJ fcivlll ej Wot ?.! ;rcs LV-: wLSh ' mm i fill ViP"1 t iff THREE TOWNS BATTERED BV GERMAN CANNONADE tMi ftoM rte cm Three christians were killed and f nemfeirded Tuapse, an the Black their shops raided by Turks in Trc ei; and destroyed the oil depots. bizond, a Black Sea port. jjV.-KR-PgApELPHIA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1914, SEftMAN guns hammer ; . , AT THREE POINTS IN LINE .- PAma. nov. fej. fc'''ir Hhlln hnrlA n.u VIL.. ... n.. r.i i fj , r-.--"- ..- mj'wh &t'ii-o ujf ma ucr BWn artillery have set Are to the famoys cathedral of St. Martin, tho noted lialles, or, Ojoth Mall, and numerous houses, ac carding to an official statement Issued here this afternoon. It states that the German arc directing their attacks msr...

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. — 23 November 1914

rtTFTmn X ., a o v kmbThT ax, l Q i HA $ .jwi. ' jt&&"&v&i ''.mmmv 4 mnnBrrl , h ii mirr nuiiii in it n . . f . j- 44T i T.i r i, x r , ri T . 1. ini ! h $m t 1 1 i i-1 r lini.tii i RW f Il I 1VI I i I '1 1 F T ft ,.J il.l Si Iillliiilftl" HlBMl' II1 . -M . x-ffr , - TJRf e5T7 "-JW ? Ei3M SPIES NOT FEARED AT DU PONT PLANT; r NO EXTRA GUARD Only Usual Precautions Taken to Protect Plant, Owing' to Big Orders Caused by War. WILMINGTON, Del., Nqy. 43.-"The United States la now doing the greatest Jowder business In the world," declared Colonel E. O. Buckner, vice president of the du Pont Powder Company, today, "and naturally we arc guarding tho plant, s we always did. Wo are taking no extra precautions on account of foreign Pics." Tho Colonel had been asked concerning report that foreign spies were prowling bout the powder plants nnd that roads had been closed and numerous guards put on duty. "We arc always careful about the pow der plants," he said, "and the bUBler they ...

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. — 23 November 1914

""--"" S,HJa5is(j1fs',i-r'3r - - UtiS Step. iKnl I !. saetse fters BT o, rj Sftr Ellrt! :tem hue rby JW!?J Mrmi rPto ViA tnefi JlRrl Js tton to I :-wr , lo -.? Mel t-r U HEbF mI & IE gEHfr- H ft m I li Hr "' fell MFke tJjgiK:' :. pi mS B f- mm r i WEsfflr-i; t . 1 JL m B&nmmTimsb & M mm tare sHBBBBfiffiPs4f S&BT fr- ffM' IBHpr' -x l&teF W" ISKfli&Ai lsHHM'; " SIGp m& Mgmm3 i? jL JL lf1 ir i- i in i llnif,-M .. Ar r. jtUattjutfA. -ttdas P BOOT (1 PLY . J VVi 1llU A JJ1 STMSGE ART LIKE WITCHES OF OLD inarkable Instances of Wpbosed Macic Cult (Reported in Lawsuits and in Narratives of Believers. "DOCTOR" JOSEPH TEACLE West Chester's "Voodoo man, -who died some years ago, leaving a fortune made out of black art. Witchcraft of a modern typo, yot al lied In a way with legends reaching back, centuries In tho history of this country and of the Old World, and having as their background tho Bibli cal story of tho witch of Kndor, wan exploited In a trial In tho Schu...

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. — 23 November 1914

IWSIBBW3"" " 4M E SfjUfiKijW mnMwii 4'J)!rpiipjIIW .'V F IB'. EVENING LflDGflR-PHILAPELPHIA, MONDAY, NOVflMBISE 23, 1914, FLASHES FKOM STABS JIlss l'hyllla Nellson-Terry will make her American debut as Viola In "Twelfth iNlffht" at the Liberty Theater, New York, tonight. Miss Nellson-Terry will be surrounded by a rast ot eminent players, including Jlenry E. Plxey aa Jlalvollp, L'ben Plymp iftn aa Fir Toby, Jessla Busley as Maria, 'and Lawson Butt as Oral no. Louis Nethersole tells the following con vernation between a child and Its parents; . -"Papa, I saw a play." "What was the nama of It?" "Uncle Tom's Bungalow." "Doesn't she mean cabin?" Inquired the father, appealing to his wife. "Ot course not, Charles. What does our aristocratic child know of cabins?" rnoToruvYS i :u:::r.i .,. -.....,. AIjKAAIM UiSSl . MIL! a -4fir-At Has Landed Another Scoop OEOROE KLEINE Presents fcJlNTHOSV NQVELLl In JWI.IUS CABSAR. ji ; bllOtVlNO AT TIIK HKC1KNT 8 1034 JIAItKKT STHKKT TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 23 November 1914

&W$f s EVENING LKDGEB-PHILADELPHlft, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1914. '","M',',MM,w'M,"WM"rtli.MfciaWUwiaihiiMAMiiM i ------1-- .wMMMwLwt--- ' " ' ' ' - , 1 win, in ifi. ,-.. . . T . : Mi : f i 4JM& RF iV Synt i Sti: WWW C Jr JMSil If 6MEHBiftc " nPSy- H-6ttr 5" w&?ff!jSLj 8ft IP B-i-B--H-Wja j jjfjLiqiti - --H-SeMHR 9HSErSr 1 ! ' PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY 1 tJTTtve K CUttTIS PimiBBHT. . 6. W. Oeb. Beetar? John r Martin. Treaaurer; ?? ! tjaAln- Philip S Collins, John n n . !Hv trcOM. JS r rfiifn'f.M ,r,.i . t , -f BOmjIUAl. BOARD - rf , " .. ,.!,. ... .., ., "" wreewiT Btlltor JgMO-MAltflN Otntral nnnlntw Mnttr -" . nbWhed ai!y at Pdsmo traora Bnlldlnr. ,- Indejwndanes Square. Philadelphia. AJSJSVKf fc I,ros,, Rn'1 Chent (Slrff t &ifT arx rf-eio nuiiaing ,21C 1T0-A. Metropolitan Tower ... i?I- U -817 Home lntirnt DullJInit '' testa s Waterloo Tlace, Tail Mall, S. TV. NEWSDUnEAOSt Nw ,v5!l0nKSu' . .The To nulUIln n;.T.i J55.1V?0- ' Th rime nulldln piHit nvntxv no FrleOrlehatraa...

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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. — 23 November 1914

ISmSmJ0: apjpJhwAyiwNwti .&& rr-fcr H'ffllWSr KKKEKKKHKKK 4ni jxyAL i '1 m 9, W Jf W It j EVENING LED t f mi i r h ; u t i i mi.. j ii i r i l -i f tj3tfj. " '- . i . ,.., .... . i... ... i r ' - i- i-in im - -r r i " " ' ;J.T.i-..-.,.Mfat.. miMMitfiiMfcfc. iW f '" " " ' " ' " ' ' ni I., I ' " "k SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA Mn. and Mna. nieitAno t. wood, ot aa South 2W street, liavo Issued Invitations for n dinner to bo given on Thursday evening, De cember 30, before the Berwlml Bail, In honor of their niece, Miss Molly Wood Bally, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Winter Bally. The annual dinner of tho Men's Club, of Wyn cotoj will tako place on Monday evening-, De cember 7, at 7 o'clock, at All Hallows Palish House, Wyncote. A. J. Chauvcau Is president of the cub, and those expected to Bpeak are George Wharton Pepper, George M. Graham, and Doctor Ebbert. Mrs. Edwin Oscar Perrln and her llttlo daughter, of Scarsdale, N. T.( will nrrlve In this city on Tuesday, Dece...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 23 November 1914

353.j iP V Atpr fW - J, 1. RWH ; V i t S- .10 0m THE IQUSAND ?' " " ! ' ' " - -- -- , , . .ii . M in in ii i it-i -i i. ii- i i in THE IDLE WOMAN Eltm Adair Says Thai Woman Is Happiest When She t ' Is Working. TJfe )dj woman is Ihe unhappy woman. Tjiire la'.ho-doiibt of that. "Satan finds plenty of mischief for Idle hands to do." ,ond always will, Just so long aa women Hang around looking for trouble. The Rlrl who stays at home nnd does nothing Is greatly to bo pitied. There Is ft class of useful girl who stays at home and helps her mother with tho work of the house, but she comes outside the category of tlnj Idle girl, for In honest work sli justifies her own existence. The Idle girl, on the contrary, Is the drone- in the hive, and she Is shirking all the responsibilities of life. Among the younger married set this typo Is largely tor be found. Buch n woman lives only for so-called pleasure, and flits from enter tainment to entertainment like some care less butterfly, beautifully c...

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. — 23 November 1914

w a!t ITU 11 -v V -. . X (KAHtJLs, 1 9 1 vJlIDT'll LH ! Tfl V 10 MA' G LJiiJUK ..tiiffiPMlj lyignwiw mmmm h ' . i iwiwj iiiiiiiuiiii llipiBIfttrnJIMMMW v 1 -.- -- ?, " - tw .. - . V. r - , . "-y ' j.,-1 " ' ... , . itfcifcfifc-"': evening EBPB-PHiiiaDBCTHra:,. MpypYt grpTBsrBE 2& roia; . ir ,,,. i, .,.,,.., it i, ,,,., i, ii , iii .';?'" " " i i ' '..; .''; i. ... i "':. ..'...'. '," ;.Jr7- . i, . ...,..--. , 1 .i i .1 - . !' . . i .i i f ii '"-""; " '" i -ii ii ffT3 4 IT Su ? S Jc4 ill In ,f yi SaaHHllHrS IVEHILE FAULTS LOGICAL RESULT OF IMPROPER HOUSING clfarc Workers Charge Councils With Responsi bility for Evil Conditions. t Rabbi Krauskopf s Views. eaeftrch activities In Juvenile delln- ency show that about 60 pr cent, of ft children arraigned In tho Juvenile fourt come from tad environment. These tlldren live In houses ot the slums. Noted hyalclnna on hygiene call theso houses 'death nulls." Exberlenced welfare workers who hao tudled housing conditions In Phllndel- hlft de...

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. — 23 November 1914

Jint 'KrS&teA r-i H?8&pSg w & ii. ? !.' b.6 f r 1 l-p , fi TT". Sstsj. EVENING LEDGEB-PHILADEIiPla:iA MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1914. PENN-CORNELL FOOTBALL GAME THURSDAY IS THE NEXT BIG EVENT ON CAIfflDAR HARVARD'S MACHINE THE MdST PERFECT IN COUNTRY Crimson's Defense All-Important Factor in Games of 1 9 14 x Scasoh-Y.ilc Developed Passing Better Than Any Opponent Haughton Believes in Running Game. JtjVhVAnu.YALB a-TisXri ttijcortb. ?&& Harvard. Yale. is?t w : ii$ 15K. uqo,-. iwi..; , 1&........, 1)3...., .1J51 I20J.. ........ .. Mod..,.., iw;.... 1508 1309 :.. jlo. Ml s, 19)2. 1913 10H , 0 . 4 0 , 1? , 0 0 a o o o o o o 4 ft 0 0 so IS 16 n li o o o D a in 12 il S 12 0 R 0 n o By EDWABD II. BUSHNKLI. Harvard's 1914 football team, which burled Yale beneath a 36-0 score on Sat- . tlrday, must bo rated as the most perfect Machine ever developed In America. Every man who wore the Crimson was a finished player on the attack and on the defense. There was no one-sided de...

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. — 23 November 1914

m afttHiwrtii" EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1914. .fiitUfeTi' i it siuw INANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL SITUATION AT HOME AND ABROAD-MARKET REPORTS JUSDUJS, I0YERN0RS FAVOR 'CHANGE REOPENING FOR BOND TRADING aMcmber of New York Com mittee Says That Business May Be Resumed Before End of Week. Tlio announcement made by the Speclnl Committee of FIVe of tho Now York Stock Exchange on Saturday that tho olTer of resuming trading In bonds nt minimum prices will be taken up, by tho Governing Committee nt Its regular meeting tomorrow, was supplemented to day by the statement that the Governing Committee favors this action and that trading In bonds may be resumed before the end of thin week. One of tho leading members of the Governing Committee Is authority for this statement, and for the further state ment that It Is Intended to extend tho scope of trading cm tho floor gradually. Next week or tho week after other depart ments will be opehed for trading, with tho bond dealings to...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 23 November 1914

,-yHy NIGHT EXTRA NI0HT 3EXTRA -. mntn ffciw PRICOS ONE CENT vol. ino. 01 PIIlXADELPmA, MOKE AY, NOVHaMBIiJll 23, 1'Ji'l. CemtoHT, 1914, t TnBrotoI.tira CoMr.Kt. fi --- -"-i.-SEf.- "' y Primer , fsaef ' i5 f Jr IESE I J i i J ; I f i TJ l' afc "t" i-y& aftiiifty CITY ASKED TO GIVE $4000 HEEDED FOR THANKSGIVING SHIP Contributions for Starving 'Belgians, to Complete by Tonight the Orn Fund, . Pour in At Headquarters. While n. score of stevedores are busy fllllng the Orn, Philadelphia's Thanks giving Ship, with provisions for stnrv ins Ilelglnns, contributions to complete the 1115,000 fund required by tonight niu pouring In nt the headquarters In tho Lincoln Building. All day yesterday the receiving sta tions were open to receive the munificence ft Philadelphia and Pennsylvania. When headquarters opened this morning only JKX remained to be collected to fulfill the prophecy that the fund would be complote two dnyH before tho ship is ready to sail. Tho curly contributions were Very s...

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. — 24 November 1914

j.iifeiifflfc V tt a. IN . I- E 1) tf K R ,ljjp t: j i i i ii iiiiiritliw'iiVii ii .rs . .. - -1- s,y. tJtfVW'-rvtBfcvXU In1! tffti; iTf f?ffr ' -- 5-, r- vTT j 4' 7 f f - 3 i jPKty!wyyjwwiM'- !aTFT Tm "-f i . iffi ' iSfV&V"-.. .? - j.. NIGHT EXTRA .a '-is XTRA . ; ,!? ' s TTS 3 VS ?ir4ATtmiUJ.OV 1CMBEB 2, 19 t GMT OL. I-NO. 02 PltILAl)BLPniA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1914, CoriiTonT, 1014. sr in Pdruo Lxrara Courinf . price ojoj aBorar v TO German Aid Rushed to Poland Relief Ship Fund Complete 300 Bodies Voice Commuters' Protest 25 Perish in Shipwreck SCENES AND' EVENTS IN THE NEWS OF THE DAY .&2&0 V ' . T.i "-'. e. ftTs - - '.'! ,..v... jWA-H (SKI i . ... ",- 4-" ;- ' i HT i4k: '. Sc&&l vt t . - ,. i : vj.iA.wSJ..5;".5!-, j. ' . THANKSGIVING TURKEYS ARRIVING BY EXPRESS It is estimated that 100,000 turkeys arrived in the city yesterday. Wells-Fargo Express Com pany wagons are shown here unloading several crates at 24th and Chestnut streets. Price ranee from 28 to 3...

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. — 24 November 1914

am. ifc Bra? "- K . e : BlHfe irs- His f f " ''"-'. I ," :ia f I 1-1 1Y TRANSIT MATERIALS, NOW THEY ARE CHEAP; GIVE WORK TO miTAYLORSA WOODMNDAVE. SECTION GIVES TAYLOR PLEDGE p Promises Support to Director, Who Tells How Money for Transit Speed and jComfort Can Be Obtained &tlo Start Work Promptly. Promises to support Director Taylor In every step of the light for high-speed transit were made lost night at a rousing meeting of Woodland avenue resident, who realise the need of better and quick er transportation. Employe and workers, with shouts of approval and applause, agreed to stand shoulder to shoulder In the campaign for Speed and comfort, and packed every Inch of the Woodland AVenuo Business Men' headquarters, 71t street and Woodland avenue, where tho meeting was held. Resolutions were unanimously adopted by those at tho meeting agreeing to at tend a central demonstration, If ono Is called, to show where they stand In tho matter of rapid transit. Director Taylor told his 'h...

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. — 24 November 1914

2S, 1 iM "7T atefca ' v JS3 r -" NIGHT EXTRA NIGHT EXTRA tiettm -f je f 1 rOL. t -tfO. 62 PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY NOVEMBER 24, 1914. PRICE ONE CENT Cornronx. 1014. nr ra Pcstta Ltxran Courirtr. SiirijLiVxmuAyMo v k m b k it ! V.f MGH ATTACK iVIHS GROUND! ARGOME FIGHT kaiser's Lines Pressed Back in Battles Fought in Dense Fogs Counter Assaults Repulsed. Invadons Preparing to Push New Drivo to North Sea Predict Fall of Calais and Dunkirk by Christmas. Pespite heavy fogs, which neces sarily restrict operations, severe fight ing in the Argonne region is reported by the French War Office in its of ficial statement issued this afternoon. The Allies claim gains in these en gagements, declaring that all Ger- liian assaults upon their trenches have been repulsed and that new ground has been won. A new triple attack against the 'Allies at Nieuport, Dixmude and Ypres is expected on the part of the German army in west Flanders. Heavy reinforcements of artillery, in cluding big siege guns from Lie...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 November 1914

m M hl byl tcr call op tho son covl Dlr cits! Ion wltfl be' beci exle ass- H'i nod Wi I.- city 2r J ii a whaf Jfc f Ail the KV tit: 1H i I bSHb P bBSKl. Hi Brags : &dm p Hit ipmi r Nil Kawff' fifcHR lBaHr ".3imiW ' i in i h i t 'V At CBICEOFDEMOGRAT mi XS JUDGE AROUSING POLITICAL INTEREST qvernor's Actioh in Ap pointing of Brodhe&d in Northampton Causes Hints of Alleged Deal. Governor Tenor's netlOn in appointing In, Democrat as a Common Plena JitdAe of 'Northampton Couhty woa discussed with greet In political clrclfrs today. J. Davis head, of South Bethlehem, a former reSontativo. In the Democrat whose 1 appointment to succeed the loto Henry CWi Scott was announced by Governor Tetter In Harrisburg last night. At the 'same time Governor Tener announced the appointment of John Faber Miller, a Nor rlatown lawyer, to flit the vacancy In tho Common Pleas Court -of Montgomery County, caused by Uio death 'of Judge Henry It Woand. Gossip about tho Northampton appoint Vnent hinted t...

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. — 24 November 1914

5TIlZaXau asTTg u- Y-K iild51)Ji feVENINb LM)GEft PHILADELPHIA, fESDAY, N'OVSMBElt 24, 1914. TPe3 "TUff? , ' - rtt mih.,11.,. ytll Uritiilrti. v 1UFFRAGISTS HURRY HOME TO COMPLETE TASKS FOR HOLIDAY V Ranks of Delegates Depleted Today When Scranton Convention Takes Up Pro posed Legislation. rso! a stait coRtirsroSniNT GCRANTO.Y, Pa., Nov. 21,-Wlth th franks of the delegates to tlio convention Pof Pennsylvania suffragists depleted con tslderabty on the final day, many of ihe delegates having been called home to at "tend their Thanksgiving-, baking and to Lmeet their children returning for the holl. day from boarding schools, the morning ; session opened with a spirited discussion 'of the relative merits of tho Bhafroth Palmer amendment and the Brlsfbw-Mon- dell bill, otherwise known as tho Susan B Anthony amendment Although the latter bill, which provides for woman suffrage throughput the coun try, Is dear to the heart of every advo cate of the causo and has been called the "ladder by...

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. — 24 November 1914

1 1ff wMpT ' k tip w n IE vir & rf? Ttl Ove Wjr f tflPb. SftuuflHk a. t4Gf ingMK- rifeui.L. O? QAIN IU BATTLES FOUGHT IN HEAVY FOGS ttusMnwed front re One mwit, etaiftt continued successes in jtSnsctfucsJsia, reporting rdut of the Tafks and victorious drives toward urn, the Armenian stronghold. HEADERS LAUNCH NEW ; DRIVE TOWARD COAST K ' W ' ; . FATtiS. Nov. 24. Despite violent attacks by the Germans inthfe Argpnne forest the French troops hkr Knitted ground there, necordlnir to t Ahe.pfllclai .statement Issued here this -;nfternoon. The Reveres! fluhtlmr now ltK? "atemstto centre In the Arsonne reclon. K' V At'otber. points the German bombard- 1 tmpi qi; ilia Allies' lines appears io nave 'be'cotn- lest "violent Between the Ar sohrie nnd tfie Vosges a thick fo pre vents. This la undoubtedly having Its '" r(fccl' ypoft military .operations. fha, .pfflclal statement follows! tn general, the situation did not under go any modlflentlon during the day of November- 83. On the greater...

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