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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 25 November 1914

tw .ai,...!!.., rn ,i itf - ;ri tm--r . . . ,, .. "--li,ftl,A - '' "- ' . & r iiiriiilTmn liw JIM muMMITt '-- - ttiiiip r iriiiT i " ViBiiiilliliriliTiliiii EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, .VOVEMirER 25, VJ14. Vflftr jM ' & poverty lanes FERTILE GROUNDS FOR PHILANTHROPY Dr. Lawrence F. Flick De scribes How Filthy Slum Settlements Could Be Con verted by Humanitarian. Purchase by the Stale or some philan thropic Institution of property In alum settlement, Dr, Lawrence P. Flick, a lending- authority on tuberculosis, be lie Yes wilt be the ultimata solution ot the present oppalllnff Phlladclphln. hous ing: conditions. Doctor Flick Is one of the founders of the Phlpps Institute. For years he has bcn recognized In the modical world no an authority on the white plague. He otrcngly advocate the establishment of a Division of Housing and Sanitation, for which Councils refuse to approprlato funds. Bernard K. Farren, the late multi millionaire of Boston, Mass., who bojight up a...

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. — 25 November 1914

Y.!-- ssa -','lriiiiiirD:iTOietiljMjj4'Vit:; FHKElMMataaM HWBia Mrs.. yry!PM ff & f Si C roil - mj LiLl Si H fc tM MBt 12 EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1014- TWO PENN PLAYERS INJURED ON EVE OF GREAT TOANIffiGi GROSS COUNTRY RUNNERS HOLD STAGE TOMORROW PENN AND CORNELL PICK FINAL LINE-UP FOR GAME fEwb players Lost to Red and Blue by Injuries in Scrim mage Signal Practice Held at Whitemarsh. t Even wllh alt the chouses the Pennsyl Yanla -footlmlt conches havo made during tlio tut week to strengthen their Jlne-up against Cornel), they hare lost two men on whom thoy counted to start agnlnst the Ithncans. linger Townsend, who had W6n n place at left tackle, was so badly Jiurt In tha nnnt scrlmmnge with the scrubs on Monday that the coaches de elded this afternoon not to start him. Jte lias three torn ligaments. A somewhat similar Injury will make It Impossible for JAindborg to start at end, where he was slated on. Monday, Jirtnnlng will go In at left taokla nnd...

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. — 25 November 1914

x, iai'-- TWimrnggganiirmiiTanTiifii'ir i . , ,j-- i4LJ.JLi -Jf. J-- y sjj -. tHr& ''B;miiluaMwi;p.''Wiwyi,iM(iigi1)ii ii i fi 7 , . IMi'itMssiislliMlil'INis him '"' ' ' ' ' i '" IliillllliHT- - Hr - rrr iwfciiiiiiLiiMiMaiBMMiaifciiiiwtiniiiHiiiiiaMMWMaBWM . ,,..- lw. if I It I. BROKERS FLURRY TO PLACE FUNDS FOR CUSTOMERS Outlook Is That in Another Week- Rates Will Be Down to or Under Four Per Cent. Wall street today proceeded with Im portant financial transaction and secu rity .dealings In so broad n measure to niako the. attitude of the Stock Exchange sovcrnors seem of diminished Importance. All the various factor which participate IrTWall street's activities were fields In which new favorable developments oc curred, with tho greatest Importance to bo attnehed to tho Increased offerings of 80-day and call money at 414 per cent., making -It tho ruling rate for now trans actions. Money, In fact, became so plen tiful In supply that It required urgent efforts 6n the part of broker...

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. — 25 November 1914

k..,.. - -vtf3fei i i ' g' MMwitiwm Ijiliiii -tn SPORTS FINAL SPORTS FINAL i v . PBICE OIOS CENT PHILADELPHIA; WEDNESDAY, frOVEMBEIt 20, 1014. you. I-NO. 03 CotTHMBT, 1(114, w ih Public hrean C0CM"T. l&? aTKtK tgjjjnk jf v. H v -J -k .i ..... V ki wi ft DONKEY OF VARIED GIFTS BEARS BRIDAL COUPLE TO CHURCH (John Langan's Best Man Cir cumvents Scheme for Pri vate Wedding and 500 Friends Witness Ceremony NEWLY MARRIED RICHMOND COUPLE John Langan and Mrs. Jenny Hamill, who tried to steal a march on their friends, but who were taken to church in a cab driven by McTammany's donkey. A donkey that will not work nnd that ii eald to bo a -walking cure for -whooping cought figured conspicuously In tho cere monies preceding the wedding of John Langan, of 2440 Belgrade street, and Mrs. Jenny Hamill, of 2360 I.ehlgh ucnue. Fire hundred friends of Langan Also par ticipated. John once ran for Councils In Rich mond. Although he didn't run fast enough, he has many friends. Tho don key is McTamman...

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. — 25 November 1914

H rt 3 fJjU i I F J " EVENING LEDGEB PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1013. vrf SCENES AND EVENTS IN THE NEWS OF THE DAY ii n - '- , - v - -" - - i " ' J" "" --. T.-i-v--. - .,,- ...... -mb.. , ,tt, -a...,, WITHTHE WITS AT HOME AND ABROAD ' J ml iiiih ii i Tii . , i i . -- -- .... - .. . - .. - ... . - " "H "l llElliiiifiiHiyiM "SBS I i Mtrf'; ta&Hfl f B READY FOR VISITORS AT THE ZOO IN FAIRMOUNT PARK Head Keeper Manlcy is highly pleased with the addition to his pets made by the University of Pennsylvania Amazon exploring expedition. The agouti is a ro'dent about the size of a rabbit. It is peculiar to .Central and South America and the West Indies. It arrived in company with three other animals and four birds. wpi -uuuat'5 Youn "!&ANI5IMG TfUJapAMJ AL SJMS OUT) ISlKfG i .HPfrnRis f r Yep just cA MY, WAV To rtoT -rMcTii5 farirfBY NOvO J)DM'T I MAU6 A FRIGMD BlS FROM IT OS YffAWi AfiO ? D'YA THIN I'M (JOIMG to JTAMD BY ANO tDCLIBGRATCLr 5BE q' YUW COMMIT CSUIC1UL- no: I ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 25 November 1914

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 26 November 1914

37Els7ilIFimi it iii i l a ic LPnTAt hat i: it u a , no v km hah as. ju-, 1-WfclU.UJM1 j8H"aft..1rtri,,.uii I, ?, f i i jfii'hH iiiiiiJLI,ii.w,i-,.w,n,i y . J3..-- - .u,- -,. ---- -.-- - -? - g . ..J-...-t,i.,. j,.. , ,mmiiiihi1 h i r Mii,niiiiniiif 1 in il r mi u in. m m i i I' i.xm.wip?' n. HlH i il wiiinwiwiWuaiHwi.iinrfMUMi&.iuMi ffnnu i ii.i.i.di.wiH iw.iw.i.i.T.f.ir-iitiW-J'CTi'ff SPO Urn FINAL VOL lVtfo. G4 PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER. 2G, 1014. CottKiont. 10t4, t mm Fest.fo fcmim Cnurint, PBIOE ONE CENT '" i mini . 1 1 11 ifi; iii i !--- Tm eflfc RUSSELL DIVING INTO SHULER, THROWING CORNELL HALF-BACK .FOR LOSS , COLLEGE FOOTBALL RESULTS . lt 2d. ' 3d. 4th. Pennsylvania .... 0 0 12 0 Cornell .....,... 3 7 7 7 Final 24 petal 0 7 14i led RTS 4"lVfrr flLJELJI. 4Itvirrfrit SPORTS f IB LiM IHI lUejf wUm IHi K fHi H Ml IHI will -vr XJmSr i HliHtifiix3&Ml y 3E7fw 3s & U IHI I H0 H aMI H lR fm i saf J1 r4 M -yr-V' - -" -4 fv XNA.L ' iN t i&tyr xjofesvJ-feTSrs jgf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 26 November 1914

&'4m'fyty& 1HfM53gOF5WBm aji 4 r, fe ft 'I T3& i ppfeMM a ffiifeTS wmmm m. t j$&M ' m -3 SASSKSAA J- aH39MUS HKEBE. .3 ,Mmr HHf?t 31 W" z WiWN 5 j -ISf- ? wnmi ww$ m m (WfflB WW PjWv I 1 , ,, .,, IM HftrWr) tftei Ia One ei flM4 Wfc ttr tffs tt-yrtnl murk tr-tt ttW tvtu ertd rttn on the first its. bit he failed to train. i&.t. nm,t.s to jrAito linb lift Mi-d on the next blfty lo Murdock ho 1M h ball- ftet awav from him It rolled to the 18-yard lino. On the lit tftrnp Twfcer put thnmatt for 3 srts nml MatttMwW followed with 3 Tltetl Tucker hunted to Bhuler nnd jtv&tniell-8 ball on the ItHacans' O ' s urn Slftft fulled to mtln. but offside navrt jho ithnneans a first down and yard penalty. Collyer was dropped In his i ek, but Uarrett on the next play wuns nrounu cnor ror n iz-yaxa advance lb mmoicu wnen lacaieu, duc mil re oVrrcd the ball. Mill made 12 yafds In two successive jUnger, taking the ball to Penn's 11 rfi lln. Bhuler look the ball on trot play and fum...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 26 November 1914

n.liiiidiiii.ii- "J " Jk-Ki i rtSsajeerrft J$rtWi I'l'V1 J ..ir..,;.1.- - i n)-iiinHi--- , Um .., ,. -., . ....-. - --ir iii-nMiiiii mi wiWiWiyfwptliilWpg'" J i-" vwiwypwpgi gw r"v L. -..,.1 f? . " -T 1' l'Jl H Si nn' dfialtsa M i" i jijiiiiiiiiiBaftMiiiiii .T,V,, ..gp.,,. -,.-..., , . VT;.,, . varsgup? ' j'tyi t"isw? c 'DARK HORSE' WINS MERCURY CLUB RUN IN FAIRMOUNT PARK Fred Schearn Captures Cross country Event Schwartz Beats Lemberg for Time Prize; Calby Runs Second 1 Fred Schearn, a limit mah running tmdcr the colors of the Diamond Cath olic Club, proved 16 be a "dark horse" In the fourth annual Thanksgiving Day cross-country run of the Mercury Ath ' letter Club over the national course, Fair mount Park, this morning. He covered the distance of a little less thah seven miles In -It minute 41 second.. 'M. J, Calby, of the Junior Club, was the second athlete to cross the finish line,, while U lllll, of Chester, l'a an nexed third place. Their times were 4t minutes 26 seconds, and ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 26 November 1914

SfeKSSBBK: J-t r-ir g.wViti'. " "-"l?l ' .JS?? -'.'-! hj ffllwiS !- ff f !WJ KEDaRR PHILABBLPHIA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 10M. fALiHijnpiPTiBisnnpvumvn Hi S3. :$-' u. HH hi vsm fc w HH 8KP HH;; tiKKt Thus RHP.. - imm- wMgw"' sseSmms. hbbi, k. "smv-vs- Hnf JJ m IXMUDE RETAKEN AT POINT OF EAYONfiT, LONDON HEARS caucasia have trailed the conflict be tween the Turks and Russians, says a Constantinople official report. It is iHihhI from fund One "Afong tlie Czenatoeliowa-Cracow Mrt totk sWes tleferc they have m successes. .Russian column advancing in has reached a point 12 miles i Uhc City, already invested on the ttk, atttf civilians are in flight. Jlttttia'a ' second invasion of Hun- Iry has Carried the Citar's forces SO lesvbey'ond the Carpathians, accord- i iu i citugrau aavices, Vienna ao Is the presence of a "detachment" Hungary. These reports contra ct an official statement issued yes- rday1 at Budapest announcing that pRussian army had been trapped in Ca?pathiats with losses of 25...

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. — 26 November 1914

Hmillllllll.111. 1,t,7,,;rl7X11 HATTUtDAY, MIVBMHBB SW. 1914. E -S 1,. 4y . 1-s Cf -"t'iii-, -fcsu. wwsaffipfggip! MUsfr. ii BHUgJi, -- ?T-f fiwaa K t " c i! TWO BUILDINGS FOR DEFECTIVES ARE COMPLETED Director Harte Announces That Quarters at Byberry Are Ready for Women m Inmates of Blockley. director Harte, of the Department of Wealth and Charities, announced today that two of the hew buildings for fe male defectives at Byberry have been completed by tho contractors and are ready to be turned over to the city. The completed structures nrc he laun dry building, and tho combined kitchen and dlnln? room building. In which will fee fed tho two female defective. who A'lll UlHmnfMl tin IrnncrAtrmt -,.. ...! isesled Ulockloy to the city's farm In the northeast section. Thtcc dormitory buildings, that will ac commodate 600 feeble-minded women, In the city's care, nre now being constructed at Byberry and will bo completed within tho next six weeks. Doctor Harte snld today that ho hoped to t...

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. — 26 November 1914

1 Sfe if M Fs&pfgi ail? J3 if! f sil I tab We ' it 11 V C idea r'llll m ft sSSSSSSSU'1"" D OHEER FOUND EVERYWHERE FOR THANKSGIVING DAY LJL Festive Joy Shared by Rich and Poor Alike at Dinners and Other Celebrations on Day of Charity. yS?U bounty but lovo In the giver. Thai walta for no plea to bestow. Jwi evergreen toon of the river' MINIMA LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, THTJBBPAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1914. HOW THE PHILADELPHIA OTHER HALF LIVES - ..: a:ii" .rrY" .-" . St ,!,.J'!,t wl" "i morning Uncloses, wSi lnJ "MP" or Its flliht on lh plain "21 !". !"' " tn toll of the rosea '" now up meir nps rar its rainT " ver at 10M with His plenty. Ana Nature, Ills handmaid, no mora Ripens sweets for the feast of the dainty Than bread for the faro of ths poor. H, ,0n ,,,,n no burden thereafter, , 'Tl a grace never measured or weighed) "JP banquet turns weeping to laughter The debt of the eater Is paid, from "A Uanttt CanUele," ' bu Therm Brown Herotoforo Thanksgiving Day hns been t-elebrated ns n festiva...

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. — 26 November 1914

;, ..tiV'JBtflttGr LfDGJlB-BHILADBLPHIA, THURSDAY, NOVBMBEE 26, 1914, V W '7' j 3 I 5 J 3 3 Q 1 1.1 to Jl fl e: a, II ol traj w Ci it o A b e; ' r a. : d J h ri. ri ctj 4 i , n THEATBIOAIi BAEDEKER tADflknit-,"A Palf of Slxea." by Edward rWe. A dramatic full hnd In the lluih et Mweess. with three Jokere Hate Hamilton, Ralph Hen and Maud Etmrne. ... . BROAD "The Prollsral lluiband," by barlo Ntenteml and Mlehael Morton, etarrlngvJohn Drew. Mr. Drew la Just hlmeelt airaln In a play which It an unsuccessful attempt at ronttEST "The Queen of the MoTles," rmiel cal comedy, with May Da Sousa. An aired professor Inaugurates an antlmorlns pie; jure rnmpnlitn. , whereupon the. "Queen of the Movies" aet about upon th undoing of his reputation, nepleta with iwlnslns OAttftlCK "Potash and rerlmulter." dram, attention of MoniaRtie Otass' famous stories, ticlntlllatea with laughter, breetr with good nature. An Inrtnltely human play, appealing to the averairo every-day. being. KGITirs Kddlo Foy an...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 26 November 1914

r'frvttrr ttte- f Festive JC f -ounr ma to tit eky met ooiti Uod Is neve' And Nkiur Riptna sweal .Than bread 'Tie & loan . "TI a am if th b&nqui i fl the In: In whl Oanres .. a f I MAW IfJP I-ar CltKi place for alfi wuym PMU.U9R. ittm app- hi the au out itn a&Alobia r WaMnn JES hm SHWt IV Itlifflii in i -5 , BGCC -r".1 .'J'xj ,$jer M14H4111J JS1SK PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY tflmUfl II. If CtlftTia. T-antM . THA i.'W. eh. Secretary. Ion C. Maftlrt. Treeaurart H U kWlfittort. Philip S Celllnt, John B Wll IHrtetOTe. h , . inn EbtTOltUt, BOARD: I3aes It K CctTia, Chairman. Alifct. . ... SxMtitlva Bdltor hTIN. General IJualneaa Manager andP tied dally at rMIO LtMU Dulldlnr, Bdeiwndtnee Bouare. rhllidtlnhla. Effi. & ,-J rtlt,'tSaSWt' ....Broad and Chmnut Streets ana VjltJtpCrfT rrtf-Vnton Imildlng A ""- i .iiu-., jvieiropouinn iowr ni aiSFV1 8W Item Insurance ftulldlnr Lsixy Vhoti. 8 Watcrkw ne. rll Mill, S. W. KBWBBUIIEAUS! Th TaWot Building Tint roil Building . The ni Buildin...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 26 November 1914

SATVHUA. NOV ViMHl'ili i iji ... j BiWWW,lWPWWiW4 --' " " ' rijl r - -? -' ' ill taifll - " - I- -rti. ggwyy w w?f4 w4wnwHnniuint mMPmPty &-- - ---' ...i..-xm wmm,mAnm pijinjijiniinn PW Ffr7 EVENING LEDGERP&tLADELPHIA, THURSDAY NOVEMBER 20, 1914. 9 - ' n'T"ir -- -j- ...-. .. -,, J...- . A '--.T TuTiM S2: Soca trance? aha . ill ferj on a m M ., ,.,"-. '...)'. , i - -- I I , ,i OSS r nai. u. "4"'jr "" ix.iwi.vyi I i IS v".,!? . S A . W '. and ams. vAnnEtf roWEits LLAtnD BftV tt dinner dance nt the Acorn Club, 1618 Walnut street, last night, utter the tea slven In the afternoon at the Gladstone In honor of their debutante daughter, Hiss Mary Mall Laird, The guests Included Mr. and Mrs. H. K, Kennedy, Mlas Anna Blnney Brlnton, Ms Caroline ivcs Brlnton, Miss Ullnor Judd Bean, Miss Klcanore Blspham, Miss Emma Ashton Dorr, Miss Roberta Brown Dow nine, Miss Dorothy DeHaven Dtacon, Miss Charlolla Vahnestock, Miss Edith allllngham, Miss Jean ette Farles, Miss Jean Morris Little, Miss ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 26 November 1914

rTTirar ammi, 'if -iMfSwfaEswBw '""Z?''&tp,i$gf&3&ti!giw nwi-l "!' 0iimi&ii0V&&v&',s" f.f at M m , Mi'BBi " HI l- iwie arr st. s mt w- sriBi S- ftmk. Jk i'ilMt m . MEBf Afl9nit E msm. :m TOta- tfsty tit'' mwr MlS owKgsgireprs v it.ri EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 191. W WOMAN AND THE HOUSEHOLD - USEFUL HINTS AND FASHIONABLE" FANCIES THE SPIRIT OF THANKSGIVING Won Adair Says It Should Be With Us All Ihe Year Round spirit of Thanksgiving conies upon Sail once l year, when tho atmosphere, 'jasd:., .. fc , .. . BfiKj ami omerwise, nreatnes forth spirit of peace, prosperity mid good For on this day of days, it behooves lo assume a virtue If wo have It not. jTV all strlvo to live tip to the spirit .Hft the Interpretation of true thanks- $lho8e of us who havo not prospcrit), MitwarU semblance Is assumed for tho 0fc, and at family dinner party and Won we make a. bravo show. To those ' Wi Who h&Vc not pcttco antl B0011 wl" ,n the? art-wel...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 26 November 1914

1914, 1CVKNIN( LKl)(il'-W rniu." - r .f"l-)Wf)l.t)4Wtljjlg JlT,HC- -J' -"TfWw-W W EVENING LEDGER -PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1914. CHARLES BOUGHTON, OF GRAND STAND FINISH IN INTERSCHQLASTIC RUN THRILLS CROWD Boughton, of Newark, Noses Out McHale, of Central High, for First Place. Mercersburg Wins. The Eastern championship Interscho lastlc cross-country run, which was held this morning In Fntrmount Park, proved to ba one ot tho best contests ever held In this city In tho last six years. Charles Houghton, tha stnr runner of tho Centrnl IIIrIi School, of Newark, N. J., and Ilnlph SlcJIalc, representing the Central High Schoil, of this city, sprinted for 200 yards on tho last lap and the former won by eight Inches. Ho Incidentally helped tho Stefcersburg Academy team to win the team honois by ono point from tho Cen tral High School, of tilts city. If McHale 5lind won tho race for tho Crimson and Ootd, Central High School would have tied tho Mercorsburg team for first place, Wi...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 26 November 1914

SPORTS FINAL SPORTS FINAL M. a-.j- Cuenmn mraner mE ONE CENT ' -' . StLi j f flE s P-tff- 11J M ma 'Irj (i :pd m ft? & 1 1 BBfmHKwBe " s ISg sHhHe, j -& . i 81 IH UT 'ill' nan r fWM-;W:- TOI IwNO. 64 ?. 84 3j. SPIRITED CHARITY CAMPAIGN TO AID SUFFERERS BEGUN Emergency Committee Asks Volunteers From Every Ward in Task of Relieving Unfortunates Here. ALIi ASKED TO AID RELIEF COMMITTEE Fcltow-Cltlxens As the chairman of a division Intrusted with organizing branches of tho Emergency Aid Com mittee. I appeal to you on this Thanks giving Day. Wo believe that It Is possible for us to crrnto a tremendous force for helping our fellow-men, now surfer. Ing at homo and abroad, by uniting Into one great company of workers, the religious societies, the church guilds, tho progressive civic and civic clubs, the sewing circles and other new aid societies formed, nnd to bo formed, for the purpose of working for others, distributing the resources thus obtained through tho already organized soc...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 26 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
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 26 November 1914

;rfT" "" - 'v -VWh SPORTS FINAL 1 P;: SPORTS FLNAL ' dtt& uemn ,t 7v Jfei ."'-5? it IT m 11 Hr 11 fir 1 PRICE OKE CENT i ft ? - k ffc If I. iSelHH . v' SIR . W Bl i V0. IwJtfO. 04 PIUXADELPIITA, TIITTRSDAY, NOVEMBER 2G, 1914. CertmaitT, 1014, Mtimr-BBMotinxiMCoMMNt. rii:, Scenes and Events in the News of the Day PROMINENT FIGURES SNAPPED AT RACES AND BREAKFAST OF RADNOR HUNT CLUB TODAY USING CLUBHOUSE STEPS AS GRANDSTAND From left to right, In front row Mrs. Harry L. Collins, of Pittsburgh, whose hand Is bandaged on account of a recent horseback injury; Miss Frances V. Lloyd and Mrs. J. Stanley Reeve. MRS. HARRY THAYER IN A NEW CHESKED SUIT SOMETHING FUNNY AT THE RACES Miss Ethel Maule (with wide hat) and Miss Ethel Townsend. FRANCIS V. LLOYD ON "SHERRY" . ,"' JmmLmM,, .iiii.i " :muM. uwmwmixmMmiiMi-j.Liitmwuiiui.r'- iuumJi'uOTmMWWj- T ' ' ' "irv-- 1 '"' '-'- - -J ' ' " -- -' ' ' ' ' mmmmm in , i h mi i Hill '"" ' -Jinii-niiiwnriniTiriiiiiiiil-ii-i"'rri-l-rr i-iifir-irrnrif t nr...

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