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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 November 1914

V 1 M SUPPLANTS t WHITE TO RELIEVE GLARE IN HOSPITAL Surgeons at Jefferson Use Sombrc-hucd Sheets and Wear Dark Gowns Wnilc Operating. The characteristic while of the hospital (operating1 loom Is being replaced by sombre black Surgeons at the Jefferson Iopital, realizing jthe advantages of hew rapes of surroundings, have adopted black f sheets for the operating table, and con template Introducing fuither teforms f which have been demonstrated as aids to the proper dlitrilnitlmi of light The Jefferson Hospital Is the first Insti tution In the Hast to use the newly conceived wack accoutrements Shortly lifter the Introduction of the Innoxatlnn In a California hospital, two months nao. Dr Francis T Stenart, a phslclnn In the Jefferson Hospital, substituted black sheets for the customary white swathing during a surgical operation. The experi ment was so successful other surgeons at the hospital have become Interested, and many of them now prefer the black sheets to the white About S3 ope...

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. — 24 November 1914

T9 F! a ait format the X3i meat burtr. nlng coast t British anewei only cannin "It BrlUill Which I near have ,,i- atabll) or sue Fl Brltll Gernia accor man i today.l Brtl bardf but A nd ever, "TH theal (Son nouncq lies hd is on! port ates the to A dl six G tton li damage" ment of4 The B poar mi Also t n v - Wmgm JOUR HEW PLAYS - OFFERED AT THE " LOCAL PLAYHOUSES roiasn ana rerimuttcr Jporcs at Gairiek Jbhn 'raw at Broads Two Musical Comedies Shown. Tho filonk and suit firm fc-f Potash and Petlmutter displayed Ha wares at the Onrrloh last night anil to Judfle from the Way buyers (of seals) look to the three- drarnatle Suit the firm will do n Brf business. Abo Potoih and Morris nUtter (It Isn't pronounced "Jtaw- a" once during the entire play) de serve AllcnrR. TIlfi atrinl; Int ktttiMtl Is fully up to the samples nmt adver tised by JIontaRue Glass In tho Satur day Kvenlns Post. Whoever designed the three-piece suit shown Inst night and hie hamo is not on tho bill of lAdlns -did Well....

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. — 24 November 1914

it EVkMSG LMDU&IL HHRmHRHJl UUJJUlllIU uaauuiuHiiuujm - ou in - "iJ'iiMUWI-impjPWirnjiiHJ! n,iil.i r. ) 1ITTLE GIRL'S LIMP VANISHES UNDER CLINIC TREATMENT Mary Slavin, Four Years Old and Formerly Lame, Now Romps With Other Happy Children. Four-year-old Mary Slavin Is doing more than any one eto to brine children Into th children's clinic held every Tues day ntternoon In the Sunday fiohool room o tha Bast Montgomery Avenue Meth odist Episcopal Church, Frankford and East Montgomery avenues. Until a few days ago the child was lame, Relatives and friends believed she Would go through life with her right leg shorter than the left by hair nn Inch, due to a dislocated or rotated hipbone. Now he romps about the big Sunday school room -while physicians work at the clinic s easily as other children. Iter lame nesa has entirely disappeared. Parents of other children afflicted with slmlllar troubles or with catarrhal deaf ness, noso and throat obstructions are hardly able to believe the sto...

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. — 24 November 1914

"ai f-fem.: . IrarH rt Sfs Desp fn-1 kave tne ofl afternj awatal ... At srtjjt ; bBCottij son no i irrfJJs ffccl'l i in j (to Noven front uy nr lehl "Xfe OMq I hew pattfcw W FoUr "Th Sltua ill Vmi In th Uons "th AdcJ looses lmoM.i A Irl tejnpt now i mpvpn rclnfo with throuii els Pi Ace hind open FrencS lies follow! The West move Adl forniiJ the melitl brg. nlnKJ coast! BritH answl only! cahng Brltii whtcfl near have tstab t or s Fl todn bu m ami thi till ' f IP J far j, ctem (Km i JbB, L ' frJLwiS$Kil5s- rf i9jn t jv ram lUair u Sr TIE WW BH Br sEf 3&t Wss & fli R nimt 1S6? w Pniitg fter WJBLtC LEDGER COMPANY waai -.jr.. ?" H K t'BTi. rtiiRt. Vffi 4. Secretary John C Martin, TreAsrarn vn! M TartinttOB. fhlllp S falling Jehn JJ TTC- EuiTont aL noAntji j fc. 4 ' ' taos H. It Coins, Chairman". fjf. Jr. HAt,HT K.M,il,. Wfr ;.yArtTtM' Otfrtral nualneM Manager rHMlhd in kt rontio imtn nuiuin. j . jnticpnienee equate, Fhnadelplita. w rV "Biiy uucsinui oirrci Oft: . . v,v v' e:""'. ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 November 1914

liVEAlXO LKUUK,K MnrirT.PjrTAJ.HAJlUWA-Y.OVKMnBtt BE. 1BU mi i ! iMtaimi i ' " ' ... ! - l . ... i. -- -xr " - r 891 EVENING LEBMBP&ILADJPHIA, TUESDAY, NO&MBBIt U, I0l4t """" rf ibfc.iiihponnli tiling ,11 frf.rtr, - - "w ,yfe j U WEDDINGS iff. "'...,,,",:, - '.-" "" .. ..-,.-Trrr: . , g SOCIETY K UP L am I '. rlTH the openlhff of Hie opera seaabn to- night, society will fftrmatly Inaugurate Its ind of winter gaiety, for although heretofore an, dinners and dances Innumerable have been fen. they have been limited largely to the butitnto set, the older aet reserving their airs until the winter Is well under Way. And Hhe little buds themselves the occasion will ftt gala one, for few of them have had the tenement of on evening at the opera with the accompanying supperB or dances. RSo tonlRhti when tho curtains come together stiiT tho tights go up at the end of the second let, there will be a general scurrying on tho part of the boxholders toward tho promenade I at the back of tho...

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. — 24 November 1914

,?.,v - s t-- CT-'wegTWrT"" "" EVJSfftffG LEDGER -PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1914. Eidntiiwtwwiufr yMfWr-iiiWpri.jiinliMinii -... im., ..,.. i.m .miI" -.. .1 .... ... .!... 1 " ." - ... ' " S' !" "'" ' '. '....,'.": '.." . - " 11TT.1E T "VT fk It ll THE HOUSE AND THE HOMEKEEPER -THINGS THAT INTEREST EVERirTO Wl,,n to Yield I to Win THE SCOTCH GIRL 4 jj-flVik ggAj ,,CTIIlWiwlillMPfyi WPw IPtP V i - a ' ffc. It . Sot POINTS ON PTOMAINES By C HOUSTON GOUDISS Food Expert. Tn II ? I t: k : F 01 V ma ,'v tod b b .A e t ( noi ltei Is PO CO' . J ttorf i darnJ tt i ' J J5 hHbPE IE ? r liBflfPJr 3" Bltm A Mr Discusses He r National Characteristics. L One who ha met tn"d iUldted her ;h Impartial eye, the Scotch girl Is h ilfttft (lf.rBj.lf tl-A I. MM M,lt.t Mf it: Apart fwSht n fw of tho little tnas common to all wHmnnlclfirt. ml ,i Nvtiflifeut which he would bo t6o good to HVa-abov all, to an wlth-tha Scoteh tftl can fiold her oym with any other 'slrl in tho world. " v Thft American ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 November 1914

"fl 5? ' iJW3 ;,-il2i; . . wiiiiWaiiiiiUiiMi ITOMMY HOWELL fGRIPS MITTS5 WITH FOES AT WEDDING WHAT; AN AJRTT5T NOTICED AT A' PUGILIST'S WEDDING People Who Have Been Trying for Years to Knock His Head Off Congratu late Pugilist as Bridegroom She who was Mln Angelina Negrd early last night Is now the proud Mrs. An thony Lauletta. Lauletts. Is a namo to conJuro with, It. With Anthony tacked on to It, is the name bestowed by those' who christened no other than "Tommy Howell," a thin faced, broad-shouldered fighter of middle weights; he, who makes his $3000 a year for stepping Into the rlnff of a boxing Club once or twlco a month. .Tho marriage ceremony wns performed at Hio Church of Our Lady of Oood Counsel, Eth and, Christian streets. Then Sir. and Mrs, Tommy Howell gavo a danco nnd reception at (Jarrlck Hall, W7 South 8th street. They left tho hall at a a. m. and appointed a receiving com mittee to act In their stead. , Whin they left there wero still un tapped six tiuarfer kegs Of be...

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. — 24 November 1914

s, swfi-i!gl SSLeSEsU .. 1 Hkui ' ' jx Jti 5y,w.-s,v?i:s 'asyHai,stt'r---as!Si,;!,,s U UU U"H. J J-M1B pPMKi'BAJW'!$ kSSiSOaf ,J r e r5wir. ' a LTIX 11 5' ETCHING LBDGER-PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1014. t M)RTHEAST AND CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL ELEVENSREADY FOR BIG GAME TOMORROW r" I. a &H U 3,?Vse(Swfa:4Ae IffOTP-WPp- I "!lw,f?? E3P. f fr If' Z HHp 5f gjji- Ik KSksx.' JBfcv isHtsflsnra;: 1' 3IH ;, i MmmA-w-i 1 cr asBFSSEris' WM?r' sSaV Bsj&z - - iillL & m W KnBKJr at;?, v?$j iBsr aMsttlMa BgswiafeaiJaKj,?aWrsj bKshEHSV ' 3KlBisre.:iBS8la!l!Hlfrffi- The photograph above gives an adequate idea of the vast dimensions of the Yale Bowl, in which nearly 70.000 persons saw the Yale-Harvard football game last Saturday. That Philadelphia needs a stadium of this type and capacity is recognized by every one interested in athletics. With only slight variations in structure a duplicate of the Yale Bowl could be built in Fairrrtount Park In which :TPENN FOOTBALL PRESTIGE IS NOW HE...

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. — 24 November 1914

EVtiNlNtt LKUGKIl -1MnT,XT)P.HnLtWUK1).l. JVOVKMBlvB 2. 191 T Pl'i PJBjlgW nytmy .y w EVI5N1N0 L ti b (i ti LI -VKLhADtiLV 11 LA, TUESDAY, KOVKMB15R 24, 1914. Mi EXCHANGE KOYERNORS TO ACT ON TRADING TODAY Emm.Uee Does Not Oppose Resumption of Bond Deal ings, and Business May Be Started on Monday. Member of the Special Cornmlttoo of v bf the New York Stock Exchange Aid today that there Is no opposition In h Governing Committee to the proposed lw for resumption of bond dealings, but that It has not yet been decided 'whether to begin trading on Saturday or Monday, In view of the fact that many people will make the Thanksgiving holiday extend over Sunday and leave few to attend n. two-hour session on Saturday. Dealings, however, may be resumed on Monday morning nt the latest. No positive statement can yet be made a (ho urnti. nf minimum nrlces. Two I propositions are under consideration, one to fix a general level three points under the final prices of July 3) and the other to designate...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 November 1914

I15sSfcKSfe3 -grr nmn imrmTTTirBra mm NIGHT EKTRA NIGHT EXTPA t 9k. JL JL -V A WW'ip -? ., uetim zXjmXmEA' .3 i WitdiMaiwilii t.,i. PEIOE ONE OEKT WL. I-KO. 02 PUILADELVHTA. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1014. Comranr. 1814. t ins Fontto twn Coufiitf. 58Pj Fuff'l?ic5sisiHTOv.j -ft M1' i .V V id h I I fc i. -- K. Br : I 6. t- -I U ft BHBKt IB HnP' & fflf Slus Wn je ,S FILTH IN POVERTY SETTLEMENTS LEADS TO SIN AND CRIME W-: -Judge Patterson Makes Touching Argument Why Homes Should Be Made Sanitary to Save Unfor tunates. JttDGE JOHN M. PATTERSON Insanitary dwellings In the slums, Judgo John SI. Patterson, of tho Court of Com mcta Pleas, today chargod wero chiefly responsible for breaking up hemes. Hundreds of fatherless children who apply for aid from charltabto organiza tions ars reared In houses of the slums which settlement workors call "living craves," according to Judge Patterson. Sanitary conditions In houses of tho turns. Judge Patterson declnred, could not only decrease c(rlme, but...

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. — 25 November 1914

HBBBttamimmi" mnwiw -in . v ..- . .,. v-i-ntrTT (1 L) 1 M 1 Jil KVSMSD LKDil.lvJl JjaiX,T,TOJwXWWA'' v" "?". J, " yi,. --H -Wa - - - r uaa ess-sss awmuw u .-a1 tatr . sl. assna sfle(i HHWI" jiiwwuhwh jwiwny';" 'wvnntnMWW'ii'i!'i m iiyipBMigW111 'i";JP' ''Wwl'WWMWIpWWWpy'ipMiPi --w-f Asrww: SPORTS FINAL SPORTS FINAL VOL. I NO. 63 PRICE ONE GENT PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1914. Corrsroitr, 1014, r tnr. Ftiuo Lmxjra CoxrANt. CAPTAIN STEVENS OF CENTRAL HIGH PLUNGING THROUGH NORTHEAST GUARDS FOR GAIN TODAY'S FOOTBALL RESULT3 Central High.... 0 0 0 0 Northeast 0 0 2 0 tat. ' ' ' ( Germ'nt'wn Acad 0 2 0 14 Episcopal Acad.. 7 0 0 0 sa4.,,rT i'tissw-w' -' t - s " , &mmimT&&tTir"i . ,z jv .v. ,- j; wasBK-jr:.!' s&ataHMssjraKaassatssK. &....'. . ; rxaHr.'; 5-:iP 4" . amM . : '. frFv r r'- -YTm r : -'v,.i - - L -L..A ! .-T ..'-. w. v. v .i j. JF " J AssssssssssssssssssssbB&, II ?. 'Ewrjfear vtti-v , x ., ilgfcs MMMnMMMMMrtMAMMtMMMfcMMtaMMMMMaaOTMMMMMMBttMBjnMU...

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. — 25 November 1914

n- .i.aA.Tv'n v---.' -Mirf &. t -h. i (itWBWCft'Bsn , 1' HssssHL - W' ' iibw. ' : .-. his A IM HLsHI- ' m&.' . "Ti" IB Hassani' IR ' m. "" $Sm MHMMW: T, U AJb 13it Ml 1-1 Hp? - tbr A i 1 s 1 Ef iiw Ml liHrs &c f:Mm R r - m HESflHr s& " ' SHI EK- if;- Jf 9 OK; ;-' S Bf BfeJr v ' 2 -jiiyMi, .,...,. w-MsMfc. ANSIT START EARLYIN1915IF AV ,. PUBLIC FIGHTS 2 .rector T a y ko r Pledges Tki. A-i..l n it .. j IIM .T-VVAUtH VUIlOllUCUUIl I Will Begin Promptly, Pro- vided Pressure Is Brought on Councils. 'tt pressure la brought to bear In sum Clent force, I pledge you that tho actual construction of the high-speed lines will begun early In 1J15." This statement by Director Taylor met "With the omphalic approval of an en thusiastic audience last night In America Stall, 35th street and Sunnystdo avenue, Inlls of Schuylkill. The same spirit which prevailed at f rankford, Gcrmnntown and Woodland nvenuo meetings was In evi dence and the people declared that they would "fight to the ...

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. — 25 November 1914

rr?-Jr ISgSJgSawW'W11 "1JJ "MI,WIM'HWI','IH i Hj.. . EVENING LEDGER-PHIEADBLPHIA', WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1912. fIDOW CONTESTS WILL OF HUSBAND WHO FORSOOK HER 30 a Week From $42,000 B t- . . t r. . ivr estate L.ett to woman in Whose Home He Died Testimony at Hearing. A hearing In tho contest Instituted by Mrs. Louise It. Evans against tho will of her husband, Howard K. Evnns, who 'tiled In Atlnntlo City August 23, leaving tin estate of $12,000, win held today bo fore Iloglstor of Wills Shdehnn. The widow, who Is Ignored In tho dls- gputcd will, has Instituted the proceedings ito prove that Philadelphia nnd not Atlan- Ptlo City was tho legal domlclla of tho de- 'eedont, and to prevent tho probating of the document In New Jersey. Sho wilt make further effort to have tho document It aet aside. P Tho decedent directed In his will that $30 I' h week bo paid Mrs. Catherine Farrell, of "Atlantic City, In whoso homo ho died, and with whom ho Is alleged to have resided liter a year beforo h...

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. — 25 November 1914

ffit "VSKlfl fcK4'J4Ufcttt, & I it prol ru ttf S r' inu trjf Ins fit fe TO? r: flip ' 1911 L BWflraeWh. .: .2K 22i .3B t v. BBHbBEiSL jjf, wfc Wri JK r St-53E i MET& MENACED OF FRENCH RIGHT WING rtlatiii from ! On Went. This is fa Turkish Armenia, fend the Russians report a continue'1 -successful advance toward Ergerum. . -Reports from Constantlnonle av ''StJffe-'Br'iHili Embassy there has been W. CROWN PRINCE THREATENED v BY NEW FRENCH MOVEMENT TAIUS. Nov. 25. Tha French arts now nearer the Ger man stronghold or Metz than at any time, before sine the war began. The omcJal communique today declares that In the region ot pont-a-Mouiaon, on the SVench right, the artillery has bombnrd d Arnavllle. This Is within 10 miles of Metz. If the French should succeed In Invest ing Meta they could cut off the line? of communications upon which Jthe nrmy of Crown Prince Frederick Wllhelm has depended since It Invaded France, only to be held back In the Argonne region nnd about Verdun. Ger...

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. — 25 November 1914

OVKMBEtt 28,. Ml jLj&& jyrE&laliJi ,m VU...I.- .11 '1 'iiwwii njjff ii . BVB&ING LEIiiBK-PHItiADELPHIA. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1914. ra Cr: THE 3DRAMA THEATIUOAL BAEDEKER IMT9UnirA-"A Pair ot 8les." by Edward Peple. A dramatic run hand In the nush ot sueceee. with three jokere-Hale Hamilton, Jlalph Iter and Maud Kburpe. ,,.., BkuAu '"ina Prodigal Husband." by lMrlo Nleodeml and Michael Morton, starring John Drew. Mr, Drew l Jut hlmeelf attain In a Play which la an unsuccessful attempt at comedy. , . bTUIUIEST "The queen of the Movl.is," muel cal comedy, with May Be Sanaa. An aged professor Inaugurates an antl-movlnit ptc tttre campaign, whereupon the "Queen ot the Movies' eeta about upon the undoing" of hie reputation, neplete with swinging songs. . , OAliflirK: "retain and refflnutter," dramy.ll eatton of Montague Olaes' famous stories. Scintillates with laughter, breety with good' nature, An Infinitely human play, appealing to the average every-day being. RRtTH'S ...

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. — 25 November 1914

&&,$ ?A 5Ki .fc if "SSSCfi" EVENING 1 pg i a 9. 1 6BR1AHLIHE FLUNG BGK BY RUSSIANS' ' OFFEND IN POLAND v :,' - Fftif in Second Attempt to lerce Czar's Centre and Strike at Warsaw Re treat Along. 40-Mile Front. PETROORAD. Nov. as. The Russian attny, under command of Grana Duke Nicholas, has administered ft severe defeat to th6' forces of Oengrnl von Hlndenburg In their second nttempt to trlk at Warsaw. The Ocrmans have begun a retirement rrom a linn Indicated by the '.following point, which lie between the upper reaches of the Bsura River and the War th, a couple of miles east, of Blemdxi Strykoff, Zilera, Sczadek, Oodunska, Volja and Vosnlkl. The extreme points of this lino are over 40 miles apart and on Ihe line the most stubborn bottle yet fought In this war liati been In progress for the Inst 10 days. This 40 mllcn. howi ever. Is only a small section of the great front on which the strategic scheme of the Russian commander-in-chief , Is rap idly developing. Ctrthln critic...

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. — 25 November 1914

SfrrrriTiEi v. v v. i m a t . k i ) ( 1 1: i ... I ' .Jf '. JW-SW " " . W .M," .-. "ipwMPpiipMiBrawi V i"" i hi 'n-Tr'1" i in mih n 'wpjipiifilTi' :'"jt1fii I- HiHumTrn- EVENING EEDGER PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 101. tlitet' I i ii 1 1 !H2m'm-f '""." " '" "'j""1- jBfifc " ' 7 ' "iw"--Pi MRAR TRIUMPH IN "TOSCA" OPENS OPERA SEASON iScotti and Martinelli in Other Leading Roles Brilliant Audience at the Metropolitan. The opera Reason, diminished In extent but In glory not one whit, opened In Fhlladelplila nt promptly 8:15 last night I'urhen Arturo Toscanlpt, conductor with ,tHa Metropolitan Opera Company, raised ihls bnton for tho flrot bars of Puccini's Tosco." To greet the familiar opera and tho admirable singers In It Philadelphia sent ft representative opera audience. From I the music lovers In tho topmost gallery I to the music lovers In the boxes tho au- Etilcnco was keenly appreciative and thor loughly happy. Special plcasuro seemed to be taken Iby nil In tho fact that...

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. — 25 November 1914

J gz? "SV e1 t51Mfc- isfSa EVENING LEDGER-PHILADBLPHIA, WEDNESDAY, TsmvEMBEB 25 lOjji. iamifc.fii il in li "f"-'1 ' 'it"'Tr.' " TT,'r'm- n " -' i1"'. '.' fc-A rt ill H lalliill..-..rtliiiit iHiiup i m a uln'- ii M , , ' - n unit fi . i.ifati n i in - ii n ' ' ' " ' ''' - l ' fl,.".'J ' J '' - ' "" " " 3 mr I I t i A fefc- tr '. - t: f I Utai t;- .i" Jo 1 to XI J it J .-. J" iS". Hk- 3 W rf t Hi his tl filP rUBLtC tEDOfctt COMfrANY CtTlWS It It CUtlTIS. raeanttrr. Gee. W. Oehs. Secretary; John C Martin. Treasurers Chf1 It Ludlngten. frhlllp S Collins, John B, Wll Hams, Directors. 'II n . KlMT0ntA!,IKUnD! Ciiti il, k. tttkrli, Chairman. R Jr. WMAtttT.r. ..,..,,.l!ifeut!v. Bdttor 5 II! Ill II ! II I M.. ! ! Ml IXij C. MATtTlN f . .General Duslnt Manager j 'FnbiUhad daily at Fcstto LtDOEU Bulldlnc, , Independence, Square, Fhllailelphla. Lxmek CbitdIL Broad and Chestnut Street AtUfcno Cirr.. rrntj-tnrott BulMlnr Nxw YoK 170-A. Metropolitan Tower Cmcioo ,.. .817 Home insurant nulldlnc Ujx...

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. — 25 November 1914

EVKJNUNU LEUjiU -JIB liJOTiOn jff; THfa8f,aiBsaMi'B?wrtr' Tnw i n iiiiwiiup--Mum iimpim m ri" ' ' inn it i 'inr"nnr-Hii' m 1 1 nT i n iiiiwiiiiySt.pirii' ' '"' W '' fM i-,iwfnfai. wf& spw,, EVENING LEDCER PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2n, 1Q14. v- SOCIETY MnS. FltEDEMC BELLAMY OIL-BEIITa and Mlsa Knlharlne Gilbert, of the Hnrlyn, -40th and Walnut streets, have Issued Invita tions for a the dnnsant on Monday, Decern t6t 28, from 4 until half after o'clock, nt the tlillomuslaii Club, 3944 Walnut street. Tho enpafrement of Miss Maruaret Fitter, ulster of Mr. and Mrs. N. Mycr Fltlcr, and Oliver Q. Wltllts, son of near Admiral and Mrs. George S. Wllllls, was announced this morning. An Intercstlnff dinner will tako place Friday venln? nt die tinlvorslly Club. Naval con structors from nil parts of tho country will bo there. Anions those from Philadelphia will b Naval Constructor LMwnrd A. Know, N'nval Constructor Bmixon, Naval Constructor Tere ty, Naval Constructor Allan J. Chantry...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 25 November 1914

- f J-irtjfj h fs wSf i i I z tf ' -JBfe - 10 BmiLJIJ. .J HE WOMAN AND THE EFFECT OF THE By, MRS. CHRISTINE FREDERICK AUTHOR OS" THH NEW Ot7BSKEEPmO., v iiUo w are trying to avoid thinking talking about the disastrous struggle road. U has become bo much ot a INailty that we cannot avoid considering how It mar affect various phases of American life. Wo have already heard Jftiumerous discussions of Its (fleet on our Industries and trade, but little has been . enld ot Its effect on our own homemakers. We know, however, that the great mass f our servants Is drawn from the (countries Involved In the war or In coun- surroundlng the war stone. No one Jelnss of houseworkcrs has been so re ntable and thorough as the German, and iirom Austria, Rumania and Servia wt iiiave drawn another type of" stalwart sr frahfcs. These women, with their strength derived from long pesjant parentage, have come Into our homes and been our hew :ra of wood and drawers of water. The econd generation of these work...

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