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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 27 November 1914

llljj j.ijiu ijnm i iiii mm muiwl.iuiui..u imi . jTHTYXiTeT T'" N V 10 M B 10 B 2H, 1914. .A ' :v SPORTS FINAL SPORTS FINAL rOL. I-NO. 05 rnnjADBiiPiiiA, Friday, November 27, 1014. price okb cejm.1 OortmonT, i0!4, t ine rctuo Lroon Commit. - - - - . . i : -' r- 50,000 s Captured Stock Exchange Opens Monday iTillman Charges Steel Combine vy Teams Arrive SCENES AND EVENTS IN THE NEWS OF THE DAY .. TV .SSSSMStU&$.j aatfci ESMKMiSfeiSMSKa1?7 P"" nlifi i 'VI1 i 'Mi I AIM h l'i hi hiwtjll HI iii' i U ..BWMllSMIlllil NAVY TEAM IN CADET UNIFORMS KINDLY POSE, IN FRONT OF THEIR HOTEL. S3?? -. -lffiSmlBSvSBb -ifiHB k. . JiPaa5Jfcal.5jKltgf3b JreffiftiMNKgOLffi! fir 1iniiJKM ' ' "JJ""""' f'iflrt' "" TH IK i S3SW "TT "1ilM mMtfttkii liy'l v- Ji -"!& & isfcs !SS iii!nB S''. : tfr' r w VrV ;K !?!' WO. x'.: ' ' ."-";'1; ivV.S: .-?(.' .. WiKi ' ?",' ,H GRAY-CLAD ARMY CADETS MARCHING AROUND CITY HALL ON WAY TO HOTEL. fy CITY TREASURER AND HIS MILITARY SONS William McCoach,. watchdog of th...

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. — 27 November 1914

& 1&&& &( V v i J4S If i" r. " ? I"' n B tbi ovi pel tori tie! Mr SCENES AND EVENTS IN THE NEWS OF THE DAY V v i fi .kAu- -u ? Vf1'-' i:;.i 'u. ' ITT n. 7"f w&jjf' tflf tni a vxrv"& ' - ii I I l ll Hi 'I "WW I XJ HBHMH& " 'fflWmi TiiHnir mtWi "'iTnrnTWMlili'iwI 1 UM1BBBF MSHHffMWmiwBPIyiiffBBBWp WiHbwv BsiPsPHbbhMk, i jWMs -ftJwtCTr g rffFSa BKriff Kv J iss USiiSKI..?' .', ON WAY TO RAILROAD RATE HEARING. Former Governor Samuel W. Pennypacker and M. J. Brecht (in centre), of Public Service Commission, accompanied by Secretary A. (carrying grip). Women nurses receive the young sometimes TW fW barber shop of the . IB Kaisers soiutors are ly hold their etyM ob. wmtmmm . - Wi'M .:.' i?A ?V THE MUNICIPAL DENTIST AT WORK patients and make them comfortable in a big, roomy office. They come in and need to be soothed and assured that the doctor is kind and won't -S8iaPjK'. - AN OPERATION OF A DIFFERENT KIND ON GROWN-UPS German army situated "somewhere in Franc...

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. — 27 November 1914

7TATTnn)AN(7vKM.Biait 28, 19U, B8BWIBMBgBBMBaMMWUmuiuiMiijMW -- - . : -till t ' Tl ll" I Tj U I A imXttm ii j wiiawt "W??1 tj!WM ,:'f ' SPORTS FINAL Cuemit SPORTS FINAL VOL. I2JTO. 65 PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, KOVEMBEK 27, 1914. CoPTKinitT, 1014, bt TnsrcBMo Lsoors ConrxNT. PRICE OKE CENT LWy()jt)(jjjljjjjJ ' ALLIES TWICE HALT GERMAN DRIVE OMSER Infantry Attacks South of Dixmude Thrown Back With Loss Rheims Again Bombarded. Gorman Submarines Escape to Soa Aftor Bolng Shollod at Zeobruggo Invaders' Linos Heavily 'Reinforced. The repulse of two German in fantry attacks on the rightMiank of the Yser,v,south of Dixmude, was re ported in the official statement is sued this afternoon by the French War Office. It is at this point that the invaders' arc expected to renew their efforts to break through the lines in their drive to the coast, hut apparently the attacks arc not being pressed with determination. In the Argonne region other Ger man attacks have been repulsed, but these engagements we...

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. — 27 November 1914

Si h SSI 1 1' S 4 I Bnl ! rnf 11.1 ! Ml Wt t r' ITWANY ftlMFT WINS CLOSE GAME AT LAKEWOOD, N.J. OGal Golfer Forced to Play rfrfraHole to. Eliminate rii theri 'Good Matches. IAKKWOOD, N. J., NoV. 27.-tn the fltst round of matoh play of the second BOIf tournament this fall on the links of tho Country Club, of Lakewood. clayed today, there was a general survival of the favorites Both Jasper Lynch and Fercy Kendall, who lied for the qualifi cation medal with 79 yesterday, won their watches. Lynch had an easy match with TV. S. Van Cllef, of Richmond County. Wo took an early lead and was never headed'. Kendall was opposed to S. K. DeForeat, ne of tho Lafcowood regulars, and dis posed of him 4 up and 3 to go. Harold A Stetner. the .ltnllvtvnnnl flitk )... J plon, who defeated Walter J. Travis hers A three weeks ago, had a close match with -ft P. Simmons, of New York. Stelncr jon on tha homo green. It was largely through the fact that the Hollywood '""Ul,u' ni Pun mat he nearly lost L ".u B...

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. — 27 November 1914

4feM''4'"" '-vt v-, -an-ffi j uftMM'ul, lllt " EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, PBIDAY, NOVEMBER 27. IDIJ. -w BOY SCOUT "HISTS" LANTERN ON POLE FOR A GOOD TORN Freddy Schneider, No Mat ter How Tired, Fulfills Chosen Duty to Crippled Watchman Every Evening MIES CAUSE BIG LOSS TO BUILDING ATRIYERTON.N.J.' Telephone Operator Sum mons Firemen to Blaze Which Sweeps Tailoring Establishment. RIVAL MEXICAN CHIEFS REPORTED SEEKING PEACE i'"Xt.5i . ." ff.ia vy " Negotiations Said to Be in Progress Carranza Sets Up Governrrient at Vera Cruz. "V?.' JL;- m lAVV.VIXG Mr 1 futUBsffBffirffJsBi jHLluffi'w'ssafni 4MriMfctt$ t fSESt1'' lasssssUsnssssssssssflpVp BBBwWBsEReiBBMBlngaHlM A dsV4f3ssfV a ,01 ""S?V gjft Jf'r ' WaffSleHe-i " i.allsassssBPatlsTO8rim. s ?mSJsssslaJEa aHWIiiaHaW "- iyj i 5. SfJ A' I Every evening at 8 o'clock a bright faced boy with a shock of red-brown hair takes off his dark-blue overalls and, donning his street suit, wends his way down to Qlrard avenue and 2d street, there to ful...

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. — 27 November 1914

.rCKl?feSW iMS&Jt ' W feHKL . g. -rt K. . F.CJ t b v t 41 tl 1 P4 U Jl cl en ri 1 Gl tu - Hi MP BpS l"-i at 'M ffil t if -41 SBC w w X' MBjkjL, m ISk- naw'W hhbP V 3m3a& Tninr g? jfm) IK:- a&9w U:m.,.Jk-,v HKH iiiiBI lwH 4 rs . "'v-ilMTt ini 1 ". fc. .ISJ5R TWICE BACK ! beKtlnl1 ttan tW... n pit London of German spies and sub- aarinea, but the real cause of the y . Implies repulse attacks r BY GERMAN INFANTRYMEN PAnTH. Mnv. it. TtOIIUlsn nt HllnlaH iMfatotrtr AftaAlra ho right bank of tho Tser In Delirium psnfl fn th& Argonne region et Franco is gflrtouneed In an official communique la Bd here this afternonn. Tha bombard .Went Of fthelms continues, and the fight lhg In tho Argonno region la apparently severe. As some trenches there havo been taken and retaken by the opposing forces. TUB OFFICIAL. STATEMENT. Th official statement follows During the day of November 28 the Blackening of tho enemy's artillery in ivuo i-unsinni every wnere wo attacks by Infantry directed ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 27 November 1914

sjjsssssssssjBsjwssjsjsjsMsBiffHfsaMiaauaaajiiii HATVttDAV, NOV hMBEB 28, 1914, 'M" - totfitfit)lgmi)Fif?p8l&gHr' njjmsjMfw4 sM WUA. .Aiy,,,.j4jl4yJt jS(j'jK'9g''ilti' rsV'y,:... -'i,f..')i'v'M"'jMg,'lVJ.'i ft 5 :l I EVENING LBDCiEK-PHlLADELPHIA. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1914. I WARNING SIGNALS TO TENNESSEE MEN IGNORED, IS REPORT (Turkish Minister's Explana tion of Shots Fired at American Launch Satis factory to State Department TVASHtXGTO.V, Nov. 2;.-ThB launch Tom tho American cruiser Tennessee which attempted to enter the closed har bor of Smyrna was signaled that It was approaching a mine Held before shots were flrcd as a warning, according to the expla nation of the Turkish Minister of War to American Ambassador Morgenthau. This as announced by Secretary Bryan last nisht Mr. Bryan said he had received from Mr Morgcnlhau a note addressed to the Ambassador by tho Turkish Minister of "nr, recording a previous conversation Willi reterenco to the Tennessee Incident. In explaining th...

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. — 27 November 1914

fe CS a & fc r I fr rrrr mrnmtmmsnmmmmmMmiimimirmmaBnaBimBxm&amaimimBKgsmizmmmanmBinni t'iSfxr rrm&l 3 !' ,'fir'tfri3'tf .v . -, I llll.frHU4 nrltii Mm iiwitnillMliiit mi rinU infill nf"f YT T " " toJUMai.vmMwjKi.JsAJMirsmt. ir -M- w -r-iife -tit..rt sja . . 'ii. ... a ,. ,- - -..-!-..Lf.,... -. -..,. -. ..- v - - ... r r-T "c aiswr" -, m j; - --TiKsip -jk asrw -. v "'"- ' ' EVENING LEDfiET? PHI LA PELpTTTA, FIUDA. VOVKHt: Vll CT, 1014, ii"1, ' " y ' ' j ' '" i. . , i i, ;i. .,, i --- "" Q7?ie Drama K E .sflssssssssssssKjV3a!iruc- j$r$2$t' TTMtrWr MttrrSIIMBBBy THEATRICAL BAEDEKER ppie. ADBLrHI-'A Pair ef Sires," fc T!rrl A artm&tid (on nana m th flash of jtirens, with three Jektri Hal Hamilton, iinipa iters una Aiaua jsDurne. tirtOAD "The rrodlrt UusbMcV by nri Nleodeml tirnl Michael Morton. Marring John Drew. Mr, Drew la Juat himself taln a play which II an unsuccessful attetrnt at FonnHST 'Th Quen ot th Movies." muni h ail 'g1 So cai eomedr, with May D Sotma. An a...

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. — 27 November 1914

IMnMHRaivnangsKflRn iHi!wyihwwu..'-' . rrrr v .. .. .. b HATVttDAV. NOV KM KM it - Jx. I.FHJA, 'jItiiWMMPW!Willlt'- fllfllpliW', 'i1" ni,iwwfinniii"iii 11 pMy. ttTttWrimTtt tfffiffiA frOBfTf, TOT7T7 KINDERGARTNERS MAKIMTOYSFOR ' MERRY CpiSTMAS Children Will Be Made Happy by the Work of Pupili in Public Schools. Thanksgiving Day now a pleasant memory, pupils of tho public kindergar tens began today to prepare for Christ mas. Many thousands of little Phlladet phlans, soma of them but 4 years old, nru reducing tho high coat of playing by making their own toys. Poverty will deny n. happy Christmas to fewer youngsters this year than ever before, becauso thoso who cannot afford to buy playthings are making them for themselves. Miss Anna W. Williams, supervisor of kindergartens, nnd her assistant. Miss Virginia B. Jacobs, declare that If their plans nro fully executed few children In this city will bo without some toy on the most Important day in the calendar of childhood. Dally Instructio...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 27 November 1914

lR-PHILABELPHTA, FRIDAY, fOVl?!MBfeK 57, 101. 5 Iff li i rt f C I HJfcLtd LEDGER COMPANY t cros it. k etmris, rauiosjrt. Cfcartw It Ludlntfon, rump 8 Collins, Jonn B. TVII thin, Directors. KblTOtUAL HOARD I Cltl It. K. Cturm. Chairman I H tVItAt.ET Wt.,H. VAHnr 'Ul'l T " . itlK C. MARTIN .. . Qnl Tlmln... M.n ISiMUhM dally at Pdbmo LtMnt ttulldlnir, Independence Square.. Philadelphia. Jfcpflea Cs.vrtur. Broad and Chestnut Streets RET I " rreu-Unlon UulMlnr rS. "" io-a, Metropolitan Tower llICAQO SIT Tffltnn IntMrnn HulMIn nxbai 8 Waterloo Plate. Tall Mill. R. w. NEWSBUHEAUSr lABi1ttrA ll, . a. .. 1 . . . SW'ViSPJiJXW" w3?-!! "."? K?i.n,' a-'-F Frledrlehtrat &???. t"U 2 Tall Malt Bant. 8 W. .n.5 uciud .. 3 Itue Loula Is Grand sonscnirrioxTEnMs E erlpt!6n payable In advance BF.tX, 3000 WAtNW KEYSTONE, MAIN 3000 W Addrcte all fonmunteallona to riming Ledger, tndependenee Square, Philadelphia iNTnttn at tun riiitiDCLrnu roerorncr as second- mm MAit. limn, rilltADEU'lllA, HtlDAV, M)V...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 27 November 1914

4ri--. -.1 f" -wfmmiffmm 1iilff!piW.iyi!r'TS- L&&, &tf&i&M UK)WMi SOCIETY WEDDINGS' I - , - . .- .. i l 4 - fr "nil " wiuiwa.iip.,1... , fc.n na ,i i i 1 ril I 1 l , ,, nun, ,-, ill I I . ii ., - ' ' ' ' ' i i HI - 1.. I i ,.., I,. J.g. f I,.! ,,. i ? UNDOUBTEDLY tho bluest Boclal event of tins year In this city will bo tho Atmy and avy football game, which has been heralded y Persons from near and far. and which Will taKe place at Franklin Held tomorrow afternoon. It will mean th bringing together of society folk from nil part of the country, from Washington, Baltimore, New York, Bos ton ana other large cities. From Washington will como Secretary of War Mmllcy Garri son, who with his family will occupy a box on tho Army side; the Secretary of tho Navy, Josephus Daniels, will occupy his box on tho opposite side of tho field, nnd other members of tho Cabinet and Anny and Navy officers will attend In numbors. Seldom In the history of tho city Is there ueh a spectac...

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. — 27 November 1914

HP " 3 to EWSM. LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1914. gQR "matron, maid and mother-houseIold hints and newjhiontoM Mgp jjfgr A BAS THE GARBAGE PAILl u By MRS. CHRISTINE FREDERICK AUTiiOrt Of "TAB NEW HOUSEKBKflrTO." tne last decade has done nothing ft would be noteworthy In the fm a i it fJlalliaUon of sentiment Against the angers from the ftv. We have trailed him, in all his wanderings and can say tohcllfsive'ly thnt the garbage fall Is his ijirfiafe, and that we havo the garbage Jfl to thank for odors and disease. fit our5 transitional period between the time when garbage was fed direct to stbc'k on the iarm and thun disposed of Imply but enVclcntty and the period w hen we hoped to rid ourselves entirely of a garbage problem by methods of Incinera tion, t wo havo had W endure the Insani tary garbage' pall. But that wo are coming Into a better solution U evidenced by the number of excellent lnclnerlt.es on the market. ilatt$1-,of these are In use In prlvato homes, still m...

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. — 27 November 1914

j. "".SEc. TjqfSfajfave&flGBt " MORE DINERS OUT THIS THAMSGIYIM THAN EVER BEFORE Apartment Houses' Invasion of City Robs Festival of Some of Its Old-time Home Atmosphere. Gone In great measure la the old-fash-Joned Philadelphia spirit of Thanks living. fhe glitter of brilliant lights, the nurry nff to and fro of waiters, the sparkle of Classes and the low murmur of many People dining In a large room yesterday ""Planted the old-Ume quiet of Thanks Ivlng dinner In the home. Philadelphia's custom of eating the turkey dinner Underwent a metamorphosis 'i complete that practically all of the quality of quiet, secluded thankfulness t the annual meal of meals disap peared. In Its place waa a public show of gayety and luxury In the hotel dining room, in the grill and In the restaurant. Tho change has never before been so apparent as this year. Hotels and restau rants laid coTors for moro guests than on any cravloua Thanksa-lvlne- Dav. nnd fthe reservations for tables at yie hotels last n...

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. — 27 November 1914

HRp lyiJLiSfc- E9R flfa& t HIT MgiiWfip ' IIs WMIi. i- M !Bfc Hfc 'sSsi r IE7 HpH : H r m 'mm .,1 tE 1 i rf 13 " jr EVENING LEDftER-PniLADSLPHIA-, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER ST, 1914. SHARE'S CORNELL TEAM DESERVED TO BEAT PENN IS CONSENSUS OF OPINION CORNELL DESERVED TO WIN SPLENDID TEST WITH PENN However, It Is Generally 1 Agreed That the Margin was Not as Great as Two Touchdowns, Says Expert By EDWARD It. BUSHNELI. Cornell deserved to win undoubtedly, 6ut there was not two touchdown dlf fetenca In the power of the two teams displayed bn Franklin Field yester day. Even Cornell partisans will admit that, and at the end of the third period most of them would have been thankful to have won by any score. The sober minded attitude of Cornell men vu well expressed to the writer at the close of the game by one Cornelllan, a former player and now one of the beat known critics in the country, In these words: "We were lucky to win." The writer doesn't mean to Intimate that Cukes won for Cornell, o...

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. — 27 November 1914

JYJiAJLitii -V -M-J-Vu(WpWMStv-9sav -w.. HH " J JM - -";y'W't'q'ffr iT'yWati Tt,ta)s EVENINO LEDGER PHILADELPniA. ERIDAT, XOVEirBETt 27, 1011. OLDERS OF BOPS IN NEW YORK AGREE TO PROTECT ISSUES dcrstanding Also leached on Securities Iparried for Foreign Ac count. Developments over the holiday continue jAVorable, and In hll quarters there la jpntln,ued Improvement ns broad nhd truiy ns a rising tide. n Important factor having a direct faring on the resumption of bond trad er on the floor of the New York Stock change tomorrow morning has been irnlshed by an unanimous agreement to grotect securities In every possible way. la understood that n thorough under- Standing has also been reached In regard So securities carried In New York for fotelgn account. j" pf the bondholders In tho New York Btoclt Exchange late Wednesday after noon, but no statement was made after tho mcetlne. n n ,, nnd.n ...i,.... --.i Brokers present wcer apparently pledged !to secrecy, ThB makes It Impossible to Bjv...

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. — 27 November 1914

SPORTS FINAL SPORTS FINAL wnm 6a te- : PRICE ONE CENT rn VOX,, I-NO. G5 PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY NOVEMBER 27; 1014. CoriJionr, 18". t insPcstto Loo CoMMsr. jQ&fl& It meuger Sl - &. l-W: m r- OWNERS TO PROTECT MILLIONS IN BONDS OF "SHIPPING TRUST" Investors of $17,728,000 in International Mercantile Marine Company Will Be .. Urged to Deposit Securities Unsettled conditions In shipping, duo to the war, was tha reason advanced for the movement launched by a commltteo of financiers for the protection of tho hun dreds of holders of $17,723,000 tvorth of Mr.it mortcaso sinking- fund S per cent. cold bonds of tha International Mercantile Ma rino Company. Tho committee Is composed of William P. (Jest. T. Da "Witt Cuyler, Samuel V. Houston, Charles D. Norton and QeorKe 8. Brewster. It was formed at the behest of a number of holders of tho bonds. A "deposit asreoment," dated November 12, 1M4, haa been drawn up by tho committee and tho bondholders nr bolnjr urged to sign It and to depo...

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. — 28 November 1914

..... -ii i fm ir'i ,. ' " '" " '"" "'" " IHWfr'W WMSi Hfimij WKHWtfyiirJlyi M"f . rwHi,ivw?''mm rt -J! sjasas. r w . : NIGH NIGHT EXTRA uenm EXTRA VOL. I NO. 60 PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1914. PRICE ONE GENT Constant, 1014. bi ins Pcttia Ltsarx Comfint. TODAY'S FOOTBALL RESULTS lit. 2d. 3d. 4th. Final" ARMY NAVY P'HB' fflH iffl .11.1 I MBWWMBWwwWHMLWilWWBfMWMWWWWWMMWW H MB NAVY'S FOOTBALL SQUAD GERMANS TAKE TRENCHES FROM FOE IN YOSGES French Artillery in Cham ' pagne Region Inflicts Severe Losses Upon Kaiser's Batteries. Invaders' Infantry Repulsed in Flanders Action Fresh Troops Reinforce Joffre's Army 'on Ypres-Dixmude Line. ' Capture of French trendies in the Voss" was "announced in"an official report issued in Berlin today. The statement declared that while the general situation in the western thea tre of war . remained unchanged French advance guards had been driven back in the Argonne district, northwest of Aprcmont. "In ' the Vosges," the report said, "the enemy l...

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. — 28 November 1914

1 j, fa irj -f- f t a fci i & 3 ? &.': mf k tf:Br m n? i ; rfsaW. S, ml ll: m tW MiM 'V y nSift- rnp r wm at V JT aBE m it K mm" ar :ss ht t as h c lt ' Wlr- - " ': -aft. m sk aW F Kt .. asfcjiO, iySJ.lnttii(aBt EVENING LKDUHB PHILADELPHIA. BATUltDAr, NOVEMBEB 2. 1014. RAL LEAGUE BACKERS MEETING IN CHICAGO TODAY . Mesates Present From Ejght Cities and Draw Up itchtative Schedule May Spring List of Stars. , fHlCAQO. Nov. M-Wayn nml mcatu tot financing Another yenr'a campaign ;-Vl& Hid tltef problem hefrirsi Ihn T.Vrtiral jLaiie magnates' meeting here today. & K.,6, Ward and George Ward, of Brook- rn, who. tvllh Charles H. WeoRliman. of lih Chjfed?, proved the backbone of the iMrganjtatlon last neaeon, wrt flint of r the out-of-town omelftl to teach the city. Anna they were In confetence with I'resH dent Gllirtbro until an early hour today The nantee of National and American ? .League stars secretly signed may be made ', public. Announcement that the idlS scIkhUiIo (wi...

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. — 28 November 1914

JBiMUIMMIIN, t t AffTr B1A Y, N HTlOM BKU 71014. .' LJMMtbK r4?gR4S"SnSgte r.II!W)W5WV-T ryatJaayta'i. t -aiUftuKlwy :iiab mmmmu'i i u .tianauiMi ras?"7 EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1012. B ... iriMAM,' MO WAS COPELLO? A MOTOR TRI? TO VALLEY FORGE AND RETURN "ALL-STAR" BENEFIT TO BE NOTEWORTHY )ETECTIYES' QUERY IN HOTEL MYSTERY GOOD HIGHWAYS MARK JODRNEY TO VALLEY FORGE Autos Find Roads Easy m District, But "the Ridge" in Upper fjloxborough Is Difficult. S i Police Think Man Who Shot Condon at the Adel phia Was "Gentleman iThief," But Coroner's Agents Are Working on New Theory. i Coroner's Detective Frank Paul an. Bounced -this morning that clues found IJn New Tork have led him to believe the man who shot Morris a. Condon In the Adelphla Hotel Wednosday night nnd then ended his own life rather than kill another man In his dash for liberty, had other motives than burglary when he ntered tho Condon apartment. An In vestigation Is being mado In New York Along the...

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. — 28 November 1914

raHEw $ . I i frwiwriim mfm ii EVKNIXK, LKpCHSR-PHILADELPHIA. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1914. I iDebi T4 sP DAKCIMAPMME ATTRIBUTE IN SOCIAL LIFE, SAYS EXPERT p, Ellwood Carpenter Dis- OSussos His Arl and Asserts -Thai It Contributes to the 'Physical Well-being. Milldren should bo taught to dance, fays C. Kllwooit Carpenter, an expert In the art. "It l just n important," he dd, ''tllat a boy or Rlrl be trained In this phase or social life an It is that they 'learn IsothethliiR of history or lltera- I lure, and the parent who neglects thl side or child's education I Klty of roM neglect. I "Every one, Mr. rarpenler continued, "knows the 'cawk' who spolla nn even I mg's fun because he doesn't know how to I dance or because he doc It so badly that I he Is dreaded, or a ftlrf who Is a. perslst- ent Wallflower' because of her awkward i nees or baehfulness. Such people are the result, of Incompleted education incom plete for the simple reason that as chil dren they were never tnuuhl to, dance ...

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