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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 November 1914

.V -t WM)AY, N()VyEMBEli28 1914, Jl'JlMI I mmnfgmvit nii i ..iniiDiiir1 ii'ipiiiipuii)ipittii EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28 1914. ATUSbAY EVENING REVIEW OF THE WEEK'S EVENTS HERE, TflERE AND EVERYWHERE IV I 11 i. 1' ' ' - Z mmm9mwumrmm mmmmm 1, i R Ml E WEEK IN WASBINTfN fiicial ami Unofficial Activities and Concerns of tho National Capital Turkey's volunlnry exnlAnrttlorK to Am- laseador Morfrenthnu nt Cdnstamlnople t the firing on tho Untied 8tnlct(, cruiser ennesscB's launch In the harbor of 8myr- was satisfactory to President Wilson find Stato Department officials, lnd the Incident Is considered closed. Tho ex planation was that the harbor had been .mined and the port ordered closed; that the American Ambassador lind been pre louly Informed of this, and that the Tennessee's launch was atopped by warn ing shots when she was passing through the mine zone. Vcm Cruz was evacuated by the Amer- clan troops on Jtondtfy and tho city wasJ Immediately occupied by Cons...

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. — 28 November 1914

-pvnrr -VJENINO LErMER PHILADELPHIA, SATtTRDAT, NOVEMBER 28, 1914. - sfef- IL .v":1 onja Th U 'Di I Ell ! I ? I , Dipua cars -8DU fTuti UUli TuJid tH Oil - r-fc CMS IRON CME CLOSES ON KAISER'S SHATTERED ARMIES J Oggnans in Stand at Lodz trenches Assailed by bayonet Charges Rein forcements Hemmed In, 1 PETnOaUAD, Nov. 28. The second derman ti?lb on Warsaw ruB lieert smashed hv llm Ttnanlan nt. tttttWt of Grand buke Nicholas. Although It the OertTinnfl hnlrl thnlr rnliA. In II,. .Vicinity of Loda Ihcse are subject to via- orouj bayonet assaults and with their occupation tho German disaster will be complete. Tho southern win of tho Ger man! has been decisively defeated and the army of reinforcements Under1 General Mnokcnsen lias been stirtounded. Ah Iron circle of Husslan now encom passes both von Hlndenburg and von Mnokeii7.cn. whose destruction Is confi dently cxncctcd, opening the way to n Ituaslnn advance against the Tiiorn- Soldau line, ' ; An ofllclnt statement Issued here at mid...

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. — 28 November 1914

PfffiHV x v . NO V IS M B 0T8 ,Jjl4, i ,;,sgs H ,-a?uS P$&&$WWll ;;' MHHHHBMBiVHuuw ii i frr7 , , m, , i)ir , unwjuw-i ...i. r i,vi,vi(l LKlHMWt ruiti.uM - 'X-' EVENING LEDGER- NOVEMBER 28, 1 914. PHILADELPHIA, SATtTRDAfy .J- -UL- Sft? INCLE SAM GIVES FARM-TO-TABLE SERVICE A BOOST 'ostal Authorities Issue Lists of Farmers and Producers in Districts Adjacent to City, E "Fflrmfn.4nhlA ......l. i- rtunja.iui. Il-ecelved an added Impetus today from lists of farmers and producers In the fuu" umiricis uesirous or selling df rect to consumers. Thll In nnlv rtM. a u--... - - - nvi;u iii hid near luiurc ?. b,;onden Iho scope- of the new service. -.. ..i, en,, oe naa upon application to XL j"nr. rrintea notincatlons of .- ."" lv " ociyisb will ue UIH- trlbuted to every housewife and house Holder In tho city. Those desirous to take iia,.,UBe of tlle RVBtni may procure a list of the producers by wrltlnjr the postmaster. The names of the producers who are des rous of selling directly to ...

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. — 28 November 1914

A8j?,.,- -. EVENING LKBaKB-PHILABELPHIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1914, "-i - jt1 - i 1i up. Mi ill i r -'- 7 28, t?ff- ' few .w r ST if. K' & ,$ V &;1 in S E m-f - f-f j.&!Rtt(i.4rt rJPS3tPL 217,4?i PUBLIC LEDOER COMPANY emus it k. crm-is, rwnwwT. tSeo. W. Och, 8emr? ; John p. Martin. TrwuUMfr) ttfeAMm II. Litdlntton. Thlllp 8 rollfiw, John 0. Wn IMms, tilrettow. ' EDmmtAL&OAItD I Cir.v H. K. Com. Chslrtnsn. V. If. WHAt.KY Bxetutlr BilltOf '. .1.. , I .'jgliWC. MAHTIN General DnslAete Maner Published ilnllr at Ptstto Vr.Mtn fiultdlnr. 1'5rv Independence equate. Philadelphia. v44kt9x cnrBAi. jjroau ami uneatnui isireeis "AHaIWk; Cttt Preee-Onton Bullillnr .jf-Kat T6U 1T0-A. MMropolllan Tower w?4thlrM 81T Item liwtfnc HulMIn lakboN 8 Waterloo riaee, Pall Mall, S. W. NEW8UhAUS: ' ITJt1iMnt)M BrTirAr The Patriot BnlMlnr JViJlUMOTO.N Bbnsao ....... ..The Poet DulMInc Hett Toric ncnKAC... Tb Times UulMlnur Btslls IlonsAB 00 Ftledrlchstreeta Lasttut IlnxuD 3 Pall Mall Snot. 8. W...

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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. — 28 November 1914

VJ. 15)14. r i ' f -'1" 1 i ii 'e&PiSifa$F&z .Jrn- Ml-"- - " 1 1 r ir i I ,JlUILiyiniiii MimiiiH - rTtiTi "MH'ijpHiyiHilHdHP glJ)y(lpiiwi'ill'l4liiaUfJlu "' "''Xr'"J",'-wg'"''" EVENING LEDGERPHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1914. 0 - JM. &oci& )&t7CGcr aha TJJedding? fter? ona WrWt1 o inrrvr n o nnn. SS rS5 " .'.i.T-r7 r ., BwwMr, ffBlnWWfMiWWBlHfer ffflk N i rffswnsi w- m y J mvj i r y-- If I A 8UPPBR DANCB CLUB has been formed ! here, for which Invitations were received this morning, A series of supper dances will bo held on Saturday nights nt the Rltt-Carlton Hotel from December 5 to February 6, Inclusive. The list of membership has been limited to 4UU The dances will bo among the most exclusive affairs during the season, and professional dancers will give exhibitions each evening The dancing will hogln nt 10 o'clock, nnd Europe's orchestra will piny The affairs will be under the direction of Mis. R. V. Hawkesworlh nnd Mrs, J. Hutchinson Scott, nnd will ha...

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. — 28 November 1914

tjfc j -g tt - fsr i n ft r t " & i I f 1ft JfapKjl, Est Si W liiaPLjfetv m Y 3p, vfSKKEi mt ife-&3l JIBS' 9IHb11HkL It v.: Wy InSf Ma&gBBnL HblI : IffepSBBweiM wmamm smmrnam:.,, ,' wmmmi www HffiSB9!,, -"WbuumW" v" '-':" tmiri i' 10 t-esssat WOMAN ANDHER INTERESTS -FASHIONSJ30USEHOLD HINTS 'Cotton-Wool' Children By tv Sensible Mother j,Jf. Pr'' dfWrtte. t ten'l o fcM 0 cooi Wtilnp hrr and casaiUnp her Htte Met. Jont) fuOeHrwte. What ft need) t nratnafp tr-mlbh treatment, and that what the Ml' '9f en 6 yevr family milt pet after vou'vt rtr4 this article otf taken s ndrfce re Varr. rm really from- foTpoor little Gertrude j5one, Who Uvea In our street. She is .ih only child of rather elderly parents, Wid very (treat treasure. Slio has never been particularly strong, and her mother )i nlwayE In terror on the score of her health, not because there's anything Radically wrong: with Gertrude, but Just because Mrs. Jones Is a tussy sort of 'woman. The child Isn't allowed to go t...

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. — 28 November 1914

yrrjifi&iti 'v EVENING LEDGER-PHIIiADEEPHIA", SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1914. tT rta CHURCHES AND THEIR WORKERS-RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES OF ALL DENOMINATIONS i $ i NOVEL CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR PLANS A JOY TO ORPHANS - Little Sons and Daughters of Odd Fellows Set Exam ples in Successful Spec tacular Work. Of all the hundreds of Young People's Societies of Christian Endeavor In the United States, It Is doubtful If there Is another that uses on spectacular meth ods In Its work an does the Junior Soteiety In the Home for Orphans of Odd Fellows of Pennsylvania, at Ogontr. and Chelten avenues. Gernmntown. This society was organized seven years So, and It has never missed a meeting and the roll has been railed In a differ ent way each time the young people as sembled for services. More than BO dif ferent ways have bcon devised. And a pleasing thing nbout ,thr organization is tho fact that every boy and girl Rives omo kind of personal reRpoiiBC. It was under tho direction of Mrs. L-. A. Enoch, mat...

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. — 28 November 1914

IS EVENING LEDGEB-PniLABELPnTA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1914. c?fp6 its Warped eM'tror to a rapintf Sfce-ca- isy L rfc i I i ' ' M ' "-jL-k, tCHEATBICAL BAEDEKER OPENING. AEtIir-."Tddiiy." by George Brond 4 hurst and Abrnham 8ohomr, with Ed- Wftra Brisgs nnd Ethel Valentine ' UttOAr-Fninrea Starr In "Tho Secret, ' by INsnrl HornstBlrt KBtTirs-Bthel llarrynwre In a one-net placet, "Drifted Apart." WAkNUT-'Tho Utile Lost Slgter," dramalUatlOfi of novel by Vlrelnln Brooks. CONTINUING. FOnnKST -The Queen of Iho Movies," musical comedy, with May Do Sout An aged professor innuguratcs an anti moving picture campaign, whereupot tho "Queen of tho Movies" sets abou ' upon thoundolnff of his reputation nc plrte with swinging songs QARRICK "Potash and Pcrlmutter, dramatization of Montague n I jibs' fa rnou4 stories Scintillates with laugh ter, breMy with good-nature. An In finitely human play, appealing to the merage every-day being UTTLK THEATnn-"Hlndlo Wakes," bv Stanley Houghton First product...

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. — 28 November 1914

iifftVU- W'kxiuiar" lul- H-r SJUM41UU... L ,-------j, t , , .. JS FTmTvTviI 1,1', ) H'iK i-ii m.w'ii raiPlflflfllPfTFTIII I J, .g?TP"""" " " am tVlflll - I ft 14. - " 1 i I Vf " II. V I-JaIIAT j. .-.--- , ? 'jyy'fy ! sf&ffi1' " ' w n jipmh. Wi" w w'jjgign m 1 , ..Trrma.A T rxnMJ? A MB A RROAJJ jflf jfcS mm Iff The "Eyes" Have It This is nn Interview; that Is, It la In tended to be. but what the fates have In store only they know. Tho trouble began In the star's dressing room In the Qarrlck Theatre. Carolyn Lllja, leading lady and designer for Potash and Perl mutter, cloak and suit manufacturers, Bat opposite me. We looked at ono an other. Miss Lllja has deen blue eyes. Only those who have looked Into deep blue yea can know-however. Miss Lllja looked qucstlonlnBly. EUdcntly, she was wnltlnz to be cross-exnmlned. "What do you think a common or garden variety of Interviewer should ask you?" I asked. "Good gracious!" exclaimed Miss Lllja, liorror-Btrlckon, "must I ask tho ques tions...

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. — 28 November 1914

ATFBBAT, ?OVlIMBTElt 28, 1914. ED MEREDITH, OF PENN, MEETS KIVIAT, POWERS AND BAKEOV RACE T0NIGH1 ?rfVF7iTW CAMDEN BATTLES DE NERI FOR SECOND PLACE TONIGHT Cage Contest Takes Place in Musical Fund Hall BotK Teams on Edge to Capture Runner-up Position in Eastern League Race. LL-SCHOLASTIG FOOTBALL 5? Kit '..... i m. m- TEAM PICKED BY JOHNSON a LjKurthcatt High School Coach Gives Preference to Eight Of His Own Squad-r-Ccntral Gets Two and West Philadelphia High One. I . ; " " T '"'""''' ' " ' " i l r i i i i MHMaMiMaMMHMMMHnMMMHSWPlAMSPeSIMSIW I T TTnTrimr -i "t rrrfinimnTr "rrjiiaWsiWMi r imiiiiii i i mm '::'." &WBi ..'vv - BEW' '- - ;v '-:, s m mjgaG t f. fj I i i-m 9HHK tfT M h EHsBBsH LSBBonH vWw JHfHHsl HBsB $ '" MlBk HHkHnS '" c IfSLssH BHBjtff ( - i ttlHj InauME dp IHsH IjBij tjBH 'jHggjfaj-- - i.'. bmFSmS asLlsssWslssfc g-fc -- . 7, . ... -JtSv, .JsbsH BBMMaam::? tr w. CBbE. HsfisHK't' ? w Hw Bli'lilMll'1 3 "i; W mm::' WMSKmBBgm '3Hss WAvsKroRP n w I ilfriMiin lilirTT X. ....

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. — 28 November 1914

Firr1'V4. mm of bonds ABOYE MINIMUM IN TRADING TODAY advances, However, Left the Quotation of a Major ity of Securities Below July 30 Closing. Thn reMimhtlon of honrl business: on ih rJw York Stock Exchange naturally i overshadowed everything else In the mat 'ter of financial Interest today. Prices i retorted In the short session generally hawed fralhs fanglng from H to JVt points over the figures designated as mini mum prices by the Clearing House Com mittee, but these advances still left the mnjorltv of bonds dealt In nt a rnnge of nbout 2 points under the flnat prices on July 80, There are a number of Important ex ceptions to this range however, New York traction bonds- and some Industrial Issucn ruling above July 30 prices. Busi ness In bonds was far smaller than had been popularly expected, but this was In harmony with tho arrangements made between bond dealers at the meeting on Wdnesday night. The transactions In the first hour amounted to (292,000, second hour 1377,000, makin...

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. — 28 November 1914

'&&&!& $ WW. NIGHT EXTRA ". NIGHT EXTRA uenm PBIOE ONE CEin? VOL. I NO. 6G it- PUXLADEIiPIILA, SATUKDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 101d. Cerrmonr, 1014, tniPo8iwIKiaBiCouriM. j&rj&r It It L r- LJSrr PLAN TO BUILD M STADIUM IN THIS CITY Athletic Field in This City, with Accommodations for , 80,000, Urged by Noted M en. Gov. Tener, Leader of Base ball, Thinks Vast Amphi , theatre Would Mark Great , Stride in Sports. BIS men of the city, State and nation united today In suggesting that Philadel phia build a huge stadium, probably the largest the world has ever seen, for big athletic or civic events, which thousands are now prevented from witnessing be cause of lack of room. Such a stadium would not be too large It It Is bultt with seats for 80,000 persons, In the opinion of men who have charge of events that attract enormous crowds. A stadium that will eclipse even the magnificent Tale Bowl with seating ca pacity for nearly 70,000; that will soat 10,000 more human beings tha...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 November 1914

EVBNIN'O Ll'JDUKK I'll 1 liADKLPHIA', HATITKDAY, NOVKMBJill 2X, 1!)14. SCENES AND EVENTS IN THE NEWS OF THE DAY WITH THE WITS AT HOME AND ABROAD i'JB-t STARTING FOR THJS GAME, CHRYSANTHEMUMS IN PLACE L- J' f " PijK Q 11111 fflh ' Feminine football enthusiasts in their newest and best winter clothes held possession of the streets today. Many were visitors from Washing- T!J'"w'y x!' ' " " " I J It&W&asK, 'rfl?lIY?i iTrfffiB i""v SX ?' " W X- ''' - J' ' ' v'-"-' '"' PjgPiMlb lle-Aie you sure I mil the nl mm. .A V 7&r ifeiMtf AntJ Sho Wna I If VBflrf T-V '"' -;'' J't SSWsfir ' ,':"'-..'. :f-.-. :; "J '". .V-T ,' l3&Sm&raHHRaSffl?aKErate m ever really mid truly loved? s!tti)nl!3a icwl 4K3MgrlfiiKll Plerctte -I cannot say "yes," but I'll b' fl MK :; i- -.,' $MmimmMff "''" :'' '':' -U'.'".:J--'V'.' isSOTMwi'PW'- Hhe-Pcrfectly smc. I went vei ihe RlSCpffiPSf wi vjjgJEllpK a sister - JMIi?, rel&W l! ' - ""'.,'' .v''!f '; ?'1.4 V MTrTMJf iT liMBKriBy MSjitej fcL." L! u...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 28 November 1914

wjzrgn i--""! js. -sWs b' ' ( :j-9 - i y,aqswyyaasyy 0itmfm'f -jeww-TT'-;--- -35 - lPtJ.B'f. jj raiw!. .j5t..vrfir. f ' NIGHT EXTRA IGHT mtmxn EXTRA PRICE ONE GENT j TTtfr nt PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28,' 1014. CotMtant. 101. r ni! rontto Lnoont CAMFAtir. K '-Fr-, J-iv mv - , -i ! n r V fiiians Make Stand in Poland uspects in urder Kin f, Bt a3 W-y W.. . K i- ' ' i -. - - - . tr -i "I II TK J IMiy an,d JNavy Capture City for ireat r-ootoau uonieL 'las trtc JlSfcl ' iiimi-ii-..i i .. ............ Ws' JiT. ,( ' warn- "vrtn j t"frf f r F1 M g$ &. GLA.DIATORS WHO WILL BE THE FOCUS OF PUBLIC INTEREST TODAY !j jHh '' Photoi. by International News Strvlcf. V s , 1 f 1 91 .- St asS--

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. — 30 November 1914

M&, i hp? f" f r ( IJIJL Alii 1 JUL OTM SPORTS FINAL SPORTS FINAL 33: & Wnnlfl VOI. I-STO. G7 , -,- I III 1IM I I main. (iBnfiBi--ir-ffiimirnnnnTiTM,'"i "" ' ry iirTMIttiT'llMhMMWt '' " " mwm&?mmmm:iKwmmmKmmimmimmmmBm - . rfrs&'3R2tHBiaK.v MR. AND MRS. MYRON T. HERRICK, HONORED BY PARISIANS The retiring American Ambassador to France and his wife were accompanied to the railroad station by many persons prominent in French and British official life. The French newspapers give high praise to Mr. Herrick for his coolness at the time of the crisis in Paris when the Kaiser's armies were virtu ally thundering at the gates. ALLIES PRESS , ON AS GERMAN . FIRE SLACKENS Invadefson Defensive Along Belgium Lines Intensity -. . r i l - work oi -ociununaue o u o w a aM,t. 1 K I 1 Falling Off. ia!j lviarKea ferprench Report Repulse of At- Region. British tack in Argonne Fresh Troop9 Reach Front in Flandor3. The German aggressive movement In Flanders has .entirely ceased, ac cording ...

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. — 30 November 1914

- 10 : "J. if f tl it iff" aE4araL . - li ifltt 9 S1 IsS&sB jX HHjissr i WjBBSffiiP Bs&mmme- ai m ggTgjTfTF -SXsiSBm r ffiSflf a. L S. SUPREME COURT SUSTAINS RAILROAD IN LIABILITY SUIT fcitfillo anH NasKville , JSrVihs Fight Against Pay- fc'mg $50,000 to Parents of - Tfamtnan Killed in Acci cjent. SiSS&tttiaTOX. ttov. M-!n the Bu- fflreme Court today tho Louisville and aehvilfo rtnllrond won a eult brought under the employers" liability act In favor , oi mo parents of T. vr. Lewis. Jr., a 1 umiiiunii niiicti in cn ncciacni ni irarn, fSiTinni. for J50.0M. Lower- federal court V hold that the suit took Into conslder $, tldrc. do aurterlngs of tli trainman be f'ort ho trae killed, which It should not t htiVa Jon, nnd It also was held that there iWm "0 evidence of lots by the beneflcl- i 'arlci under thn net. Tho rnan wns then S-i'j-.,JvJ . . .,. .. .. ........ jn(jwn 10 me oupremc uouri, wnicn Tu!d that In Mild under the emnlove'a' - KHs ftCt " Wa0 ntcCflsnrJ' ,0 "lltBO 'f ...

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. — 30 November 1914

X rniLADfcLPHlk, MONDAY, NOVEMBEE 30 191$. EVENING LEDGER !" g I ! M II lllHllfli,ttllillillliH fr.fc niafc iwi. rum iitiiiiilriii4isastelC 'mm CONSIDER PLAN TO INCREASE NUMBER 0F1ARDS Republicans Favor Division of 40th, 46th and 38th and Suggest Chiefs for New Districts. l'Un for the divIMon of three of tho i InrgB wtird In tho city nro belnct consld tfed by Republican lenders. The wards are the 40th nnd 46th. In West Philadel phia, and the 3Sth, In Tlojcn. if tho plans aro carried out Philadelphia will havo Bt wards after the next election Instead of 43. The plans for preparing petitions to the court and for tho appointment of commissions to decide the linos of di vision have been discussed with a view to cutting these sections so as to not cripple any present leadership. A movement to dlvldo tho 46th Ward, which now extends westward from 4Sth hatred to tho county line, and from Market gstrcet to Baltlmoro avenue, recently pro gressed so far that a commission was appointed by tho ...

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. — 30 November 1914

w. . & F dfe f'- '. rjf 3Br-...'ffLc- J GERMANS' FIRE FEEBLE jJK'Jf. , . '-V3nHnnM ft n- W raftltipr. and that definite : l ;; ;t$10 itt the future. jA'Ofiftfat tlertin reports admit that " P? 5a!ser ,,aS BOnc to thcAEast to -jeinn ftlntfefibfwharins beett mads a' marshal in recoBmnnn f hi rVjfcrk iu keeping the Russians out of Germany. Although admission is made that the- dear's forces have been heavily reinforced, it is announced that the Russians-have gained no decisive ad ! GERMANS ON DEFENSIVE; CANNONADE PAniS. Nov. 30. The Germans r now on the defensive In Belgium, According: to nn official statement Issued hero this afternoon, Their' nrtllltty fire hns become weaker, and Ihe French have mde progress at soma points. An Intermittent bombardment against fiolssons It belnjr kept up by the Germans. The French have repulsed ft number of attacks In the Argonno region. Tho French troops In tho forest of1 Apremont havo been bombarded by the Germans without BUCCOSS. Tho official st...

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. — 30 November 1914

1; -qsjjeKvasa EVENING LEDaBR--PttILADEPHTA, MONDAY, OYBMBBB 80, IBTS, iWjJ 1 UNNECESSARY WAR" 'ORCED ON GERMANY, SAYS CROIN PRINCE Kaiser's Heir Tells Corre spondent Fatherland Was Compelled to Fight for Her National Existence. (Copyright, 1011, by EfuvlNH I.eoaea) EADQtunTEns or the arms op CROWN PKINCn IN FRANCE, Nov. 89. "Undoubtedly this Is tho most stupid, senseless and unnecessary war of modern times. It Is a war not wanted by ucr- any, I can assure you, but it was rorccu on "Us, and tho fact that wa were so ffectually prepared to defend ourselves Is now being used as an argument to convince, the world that we desired con flict." In tho above words Frederick Wlllielm, Crown Prince of Germany and heir to the throne of the Kaiser, prefaced the first direct statement made to the press by any member of the Gorman royal family ulnco the outbreak of the war. I arrived at the headquarters of tho 5th JGcrman army shortly beforo midnight. At daybreak I received a, call from. Major 3St...

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. — 30 November 1914

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