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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 September 1914

ZSJ Wfw - rsnTf .,"fRJ!W,s-il ffiPIPPiiiilPPIP iM.vJjrJKW-J EVENING" LESgEB-PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1914. i y SOCIAL LIFE IN CITY AND NEARBY TOWNS ....,,.i-viui nf Interest to Persona In thin city wilt lie tnat ' JIlJ,s CRrflo Bruco jlorton, of OraliRO, Va., and William Sawtell itulr, of the Blenheim. tlss Morton Is the filgter of Judson Morton, t Orange. r Mnlr Is n. widower, his first wlfo was ji'ifg Chichester, n slater of Mm. Felix du Pont. Wllinlngtoh, Del. His brother, John Walling ord Mulr, married Miss Mary P. Brlnley, of thlo city, ceveral years ngo. Tl,o wedding will tako placo In St, Thomas j,pl,COpnl Church, Orange, October 7, at 8 D''Clo k and will bo followed by a reception and Hipp"- at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. William Walton Harper, at Pellso, Orango, Va. Miss Charlotto H. Brown, daughtor of Mr. ,n,j Mrs. Samuel F. Houston, will bo among ho debutante of tho season and will bo In troduced at a largo tea and garden party, which HI bo given aomo tlmo In O...

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. — 16 September 1914

-w.i- vTA i PW 10 EVENING LEDGER-PHtLADEL'PHIA; WEDNESDAY, SEPTEM: ,-tSSrTj Mr-IB, 1914. WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON - . .... .. .. . . . - i -,,,-. , .. ,, . . FEMININE FLIRT OFTEN PROVES TO . BE BEST OF WIVES Ancient Adage That "Flirts Never Marry" Isn't True in Most Cases Her Experi ence Valuable. From time Immemorial much censure nnd criticism have ever beset the path way of that not-altogethcr-to-be-desplsed yountr woman, the Flirt Watching her somewhat lively deportment .-Mid inclina tion to dallv with her various ailmlrers, matrons shake their heads, sagely mur muring the ancient ndace that "Flirts never marry," while spinsters of unoci taln years, hut quite certain opinion", hold up their hands In condemnation. Tot, In the fact of all thH, It Is a cu rious but true fact that the flirt in most cases not only does marr, but marries quite happily iml Kilisfacti-rllv. and really retains her husband's affection In a fashion quite unfathomab...

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. — 16 September 1914

to wS3 (k it.,,"' ; -rw '-sJ1? ENIN(T-OlmjBR--PHIIjAI)ELPHIA, WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 16, 1014. ij; STAR MATCHES ARE PLAYED IN WOMAN'S GOLF TOURNAMENT Contests at Glen Cove To day, However, Suffered by Comparison With Yester day's Brilliant Work. LEN COVD, U I.. N. ,, Sept. 1. ,u Country Club.)- Sixteen women iflrs representing foiir soollons of the ' I iry turned their attention today to second round of match play in the !?, rnmnt for tho championship of the IfnIUd 8tftte on the links of the Nassau Mhough'thcro were many star matches & x few surprises In the first round yes J.mav which made today's matohes seem 'IiSm tamo by comparison, there was a Gallery out to see the rounds. Miss iSanna M. Wsliop, of Urooklawn, the Xl whinor was pitted against Miss Sslne V Aoscntlml. of Ravlstoo. and at frited considerable attention, while Miss Kb. Hyde the Metropolitan cliam ''""had a lot of followers In her match Tit. Mrs J. B. uavls, or Nassau, wrs. ninalJ a Bftrlovv' Ul6 I,"'1iuclnhla tltle...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 September 1914

j2 " EVENING LEDGEE PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEti9i4G 191 SECRETARY JAMES E. SULLIVAN OF A. A. U. DEAD-WAS AMERICA'S ATHLETIC EXPERT JAMES E. SULLIVAN, SECRETARY A. A. 0, DIES IN NEW YORK Was America's Best Posted Athletic Authority Died Just Before Noon of Com plication of Diseases. NCW Yor.K. Sept. lfi.-Jnmra E. Sul livan, aecrftniv-trcnnirer of the Amntetir Athletic ftilon, and one of tlte most widely known spottlim authorities In America, died here shortly bi-fors noon today. . Sullivan was operated on Mondnv t?Vf. nluK for a computation of llitcntlnnl nntl tomach trouble, and never rallied. Sullivan attends) the national outdoor field nnd track eliiiminoiistilp at Haiti niore last Krlilny and Sntutiln.i I'pon hi return to New York Sunday h.- Wns trlckon. Pliv-uictnns (le lil-rl upon nn Immediate operation to javo lil life. He wan ruhed to tin- ho.tpltal Mt.iIiiv morn Iiir. The operation was prrfi.nrwHl Mon day evening and everythlnc possible" done to ave his life, hut his co...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 September 1914

WLUjjJM Hr; tyttljfint t-w- ' EVENING LEDaiJB-lPHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1914. t(3fJcv5:s:w5s 18 TNANOAL AND COMMERCIAL SITUATION AT HOME AND ABRQAD-MARKET REPORTS JliYPERMIT BOND houses to solicit larger business inancial Situation So Much Improved That Exchange Vill Be Asked to Allow Salesmen to Go On Street. . nfh Improvement hna been noted I ""' t few days In the Philadelphia inindw mafKBin mi - i--. ..... nrMcntlnK bond houses dcalhifir L imliited securities has nrranged for a netth tomorrow .. "..... f the Stock Exchans. dcnllne In hut4 it8 nnd k8' nt WhIch Wl" b9 dlicuiMd the mauer 01 oguuuib um u,- nin to solicit DUSincss umiui tciiuui i- trlctiofi' h been auch an active demand .""!"..! .oMallv from Individual C.itori, that the committee on unlisted aTl ' " l-, I. nnuf nnnnrtllna Pr,rn,t a more ceneral trading market K?Tr ths oDlnlon Uiat tho situation ' . . ,.i,.tlt, atrnnrrltinnAil tinra. miH DO maw" -- " . , investors Invited to come Into the k,t n a larger w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 September 1914

TiiitliSr L 'JJ SPORTS FINAL EVENING V -J SS'P'"?" 'tV afsqcySM-mgssifey LEDGER SPORTS FINAL vol. i-ivo. ;i PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1914. PRICE ONE CENT DEMOCRATS PLAN WAR TAX ON NEW LINES Underwood Drafting Bill Which Will Require Stamps On Commercial Instruments. Proposed Levy on Freight Aban doned Republicans to Antag- , onize Measure and Make it an issue. WASHINGTON. Sort. J6.-Chalinmn Underwood, of the Hou Ways and Means Committee, today began drafting the Internal revenue "war tax" bill authorized by the Pemocratlc caucus to omprlsc a Ump tux similar to that of Spanish-American war limes and Imposts on beer, wines and tobacco to raise J1CC, OOO.OY) nnnnnl revenue needed Introduction of the bill Saturday win planned by Mr. Underwood. It probably will bo favorably reported Monday and passed, under a special rule severely lim iting debate and offering amendments, by the end of the week. Bitter and prolonged Republican oppo sition In both the House and Senate, was c...

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. — 16 September 1914

-IF' pffluSMtSffia & &mm&)m Ja l5' t- ti??f?Y A'Vl-'iir&S . .hj iwywWWWWWilWlM T FT(t !" VOL. 1-NO. a rillliADTSLPIIIA, WEDNESDAY, SJSPTJIIJER JO, 1014. PWCJ3 ONE CENT Sf TAX LIKE ACT OF SPANISH WARTIMES Stamps to Be Placed on Busi ness Instruments and Im posts Levied On Beer and Wines. WVSHIVOTON. Sept. lC.-Chalrman -nil',Mvn."!. of 111" House Vv'nvs nnd M(,.lMF omiiiUice. today be-nii drafting tho Int. mil ipvnmio "war tax" bill BUllio'i'"1 '' ""' ')'1"()C",llo cimciia to conuiH-- l '"""" u,x 8"mlnr lo l,inl oC Bnnnlt-h-Aiii. il.au war times nml liupotts on i,p.i. win.- ""! tnt.acco to raise ?UC OOoo" annual l.-.Liiuo needed. Vntto.UiPtln of tho bill Satin day was plamipd I.n Mi. Underwood. It piobubl.v ll bp fnvoniblj icported Monday mid I,aMccI. und.i a sp.cl.il mlc severely llm IthiB dilute and offoilng aiiiondmciits, by tho piuI of lb'1 "rrl- Hlttei and pi. .longed Republican oppo tltloii tn l.otti te House and Senate, was certain m.la. The "war tax," Ucpubll c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 September 1914

jm MW mt w. VtVmwnnr &M' 1 . l1 r 'ai fl ." t J EVENING " cmmmmimy -i-vw-wujrv. - . LEDGERPHTLAftflLPITTA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1914'. FRESH TROOPS RUSHED TO LINE OF THE IMPENDING BATTLE NORTH pF RIVER AISNE'I """"' - i i i rTTFi 1 1" , ., i. '.,..'" .'.'.' inn, i ' ' ' iii mi ,i - ,'j'''' ' I 'iiihiwwiiipi l 1 1 i i nmiin wjjin ui K fL" Twin f w'n "i1'".1 w intf'i -nif wiMuimn ia ii' i npf 'yw wf ! 'wmn i m i iwi" r im m"im 'Tttfuiwirk.""". 7.' " 7",W1'WIW1 Ki ENGLAND'S FAMOUS SCOT'S GREYS ARE COVERING THEMSELVES WITH NEW GLORY IN THEIR HEROIC CHARGES AGAINST THE GERMAN TROOPS ON FRENCH SOIL t'","B"t I'""cr""0j & t-nd.r.ooi This famous British regiment, the tales of whose glorious deeds of valor arc spread thick on the pages of England's history, arc adding new laurels to their crown of glory on the battlefields of the once sunny nation of France. wore holding yesterday the Trout ut Vnrennes and Cr tisenvoyo. On our right wing tin (Jet man" aie rt renting toward Metz. I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 September 1914

LM)GERPHTLADELPIITA, WEDNESDAY, JMPtfEMEfc XG, XOfIT IMrUSSIAN ARMY' SWEEPS ON TOWARD AUSTRIAN STRONGHOLD AT PRZEMYSL lOPONERS BEAR STRAIN OF WAR WITH QUIET SPIRIT I Sober Rejoicing Greets views of Successes and Casualties Are Heard With Fortitude. h VS' YORK, Sept. lG.-Estcllo W. ' . j jn special correspondence to mo !AmMcan, graphically pictures conditions In London under the strain of war time, nntcr Is perfect and tidings both of dls- iter nd victory are met with quiet dig nlty. Miss Stead writes! "Only a little more innn a nionin ago !, majority of Londoners were preparing for tlieir summer holldaj's a good rest by the sea or a trip on tho Continent peace and quiet everywhere. "Now, with scarce a warning, wo nro nt iter, and, as wo gradually realize what Mr means, Is meaning across the Chan My, wc thank God that we arc a strong hold surrounded by a moat moro efficient than any moat ever dug by man Hint our MTj' Is strong. "And perhaps here I may bo nllowod a pedal thrill as I r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 September 1914

a Mm VtH THREE WHIPPED BY NIGHT RIDERS FOR TALKING TOO MUCH Farmer, Preacher and Labor er Bealen With Straps. )YfiNIHG LigfrQlsm-frHILADSEPHIA, W1SnSs1)S" SEPTEMBER 10, 10l "" ' ' "" "' ' - . - - , . - - - GERMANS USE BARBED WIRE TO HOLD CAPTURED ALLIES Free Sit to Wander About. Thcv Spiritless and Dejected. AI.TKN-GUAUOW, Germain Sept U A coriespondent visited the prison rnmp here tedai. He snis there arc .-ihnut JO) French soldiers, 2i'W Hetglnns .mil .1 few niu'llsh civil taptlves. AlltnUrabow Is one of the permanent practice niniiruier grounds for different corps scnllern! nil otcr Germany. Pitt fs. t i nn prisoners ot war nro nuufeu in ions roposal to riang Une lost stabics. mere are 10 or tiie.e, ana m I each mure Utah KO captives nre cnhllned. 1 Knelt etnli holds two sacks of straw thiit j serve for beds. In manners nre tanged such few Articles as the prisoners still 1 possess I Tho If stables nre surrounded by a tmibelwlro wall seven foot high, livery by Single Vote. HOPnTIX...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 September 1914

If EASTERN RAILROADS URGE REHEARING OF FREIGHT RATE CASE Petition of, 112 Companies Sets Forth Great Decline in Revenue and Addition to Expenses as Need for Increase. Msuinoton; &cpt. m-ncmoM'tita- -C3 of tlio 112 Eastern railroad compa nies hftvo filed n formal appllciitlon for fl rehearing of the .1 per cent. nAvaneo freight rnto case. Tho petition was elgncil by Daniel Wlllanl, prcsltlont of tho B. ami O. Kallroad, as clinlntuui of tho presidents' committee, and Is ns follow u: "Vour petitioner, 112 railroad compa nies, coiitpi IlUB tbe 33 railroad Hjateinn jn olllclnl clas.lfleatlcin terrltoty, parties .-..- ..ltll.1 .............11...... Jo tho nnuvu-1'iniin.-u juui.rciiiiji,.-', iu tpcctfully petition tho commission for such a modlHratlon of tbo order of July ' 3, Mil, as III permit tho carriers to ", tnako crtective the rates specified In tho tnrlffrt which were by paid order directed to be canceled. Slneo the Ming of tho '', report and entry of tho order by tho com missi...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 September 1914

I 91 m m m Jit.' rl KM i?r AERIAL WARFARE-HAVOC CAUSED IN ANTWERP BY BOMBS DROPPED FROM ZEPPEJJNS hi i 1 Ira a?1 ItWitlATiT ?TRjt-VfctjIVaW Krf888P WLrfiOTC j!&i ? r mm mm. '"TTY TT H'lt . vi r " t i flrarr r ,M y, t iWT &! . .--. . .!. vi & W Sfc r m ' 111 ar itui-; . iWHESp;k?3s'St u ). .farfSHiWrfatsBaaiiHsaBKK z. pirns awn - s r : wtttaMU s'i3SK' ' - ,'wHiaia!:Sh . " s. '.v. v. . -r ivt' ss js." jg- "". to '."". :?EiBKiia5?ffl s m 1F,' - w ' 'Sfe UK Sir ' wlHM " '. yMhiT if' " - "f.7iafc"va. tjm Tnk K- .w . c ft " traw ." xsa1 - , .rat W-w.'-'rWSKtVilPKAVasifS.. . d. 'll V'frt1 'irvv, VfW - ... VM-.;V::fMg' si -p - -. , ,- aP : jwsi'k'; : . - ...' :wTivj.v'rf.'.".j '. wrtx" " - v .Myi- 3KKa CHM ' ' -- .-.-,' SifilWffi'r'il y.ta ' ', 'M.5ft .?. . - .f,.- KA flHBI-.i2i-aer:': ? - . J' I . '. tZ.KT r . I tf" t. ii -.-. . f. TI3( , v. -" -!- "- & ' y .',' . '.- r&'..& ' - ' && M. 14. -iW .. . j '.j- a? " a ? M&mmmznzMr- & t WKWS .f . i' It ' K...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 September 1914

jrifg&t EVByiyq lbdqeb Philadelphia-, Wednesday, September ic, nit. CALLS MT.WSSEN , A MOVING PICTURE 'Covernmont Geologist Describes Activity of Only Active Vol- cano In the United States. In a re"1 'iiillelln tlio TJnllcil Slates Geological Survey Blvcs a picture of Mount Lassrn, tlio Ciillfornla vulcnno that lias Ijcpii I" eruption slnco Inst May. The ifP0'1 of "l0 "cllv,tles ot 1,l,s lll niy active volcano lit the United States, .ns written ' J. S- Ulllor, a Govern-mcnt,ScolnSl3t- I'asscn 1'cn't 5Ir- D"ler rcfert'0 no a volcanic moving pleture," rind he supe08'3 tlmt t,lu smoking moun tain may prove- to bo one of tlio chief ottractfoiis to Hie tourists who next year fill' visit tlio Panaina-l'aclllc Imposition si Sail FroiuMsco. ".Mount Hauler nnd .Mount Shnslti, tlio beautiful i-oiu's ho much In evidence tu i,(. trnvl'''' o" the I'aellle coast north of Ban I'V.uirlsco." Mr. Dlllur pays III hla lerort to the Oeologleal Survey, "arc now iltidlnS ' up-to-ilalo rival In t.iissi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 September 1914

hlM W vyfj-: ftWTM 'mnfLpmATWry IDA lW! EVENING 3 LEDGER public Li-;i n i uomp vny rvmsll k rt ltTIK rnrntirvT . John OflM)l, irpl'rrrliliMit : e!eo W t h. Secretary : John r. Mnriln. TmMiirrr. churles II. t.udlngton. rhlMp P roMInx, John II Vllllitin. Illrcrtotd KlHTimtAI. ltrUHD: Crura II. K. CrnTin. Chairman. r. if wir.w,t:v r.wutive fMiioc JOHNC M.MlTrV rirnerol llunlnoM Mnnniref l'liMlrhfil dalle at Pt pin- t.Ermni Hull UnR. In lncnI)nre Sipinr, PlillA.lttihli Linom r-rvTitu Hrna.l nn.l rHoMfiut PtrjWtJ ATI ATI- -ITT Prrtx-VHIn nnlMltlK Nm Vosk ITo-a. Surtropntltan Tower 17 !lmr ItiMiwnre imtiiiimj l .mn. . Cjhcw.o J.U.'NIHIN . S Wnipil.." Pin-. Pall Mull. 8, Ni-:n-(m-nEAr.: JiH!ii rn Prnrtr t.n v.. ik riRKAr...'.'.'.'.'.'.'.V.'.V.rne ftmr tlull.llnB tin ! l','ll'n"-?' . IV Patriot ttalMlnff Til ' rt1"' Mitnoinn JlriT IN ill BVW J.ni.. ri in I'ARIS KtlllJI Imii.v Pi iii it '...'' ,'.'.'.-2 VaII Mill Kit. ? w. 73 flue Loots t unrau sTiraMPTirm tn f'TniHor Iiuiv ovii. oit km. ru-...

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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. — 16 September 1914

SOCIAL LIFfc IN CITY AND NEARBY TOWNS .... iI.a 111.lt. 1,i1nlitfiMa nvliAnlnil annn l nrrlvo from the wnr zone nrc Dr nntl Mrs. UcnJamln I!' 1"tl,i w'l0 wltn their children, Xlf Alberta Pnucoiiat Itrnth and Joseph I'an. cons' Heath, hmc been spending tho past three jmis in ftnltsrilamt nnd Parle. iJoctor and Mrs Heath will occupy tlielr house 1011 Walnut etret, which was ronlcl Inst jcar hy Mr. nml lrs J Thcodmo Mnrshnll. Mrs Heath was Miss Florence IMnroast, n ,hulitcr of Mrs. Albert 1'itnconst nlul ilstei 0f Mr JoKopti 13. Wldcnei, of Klltlns I'nik. Mr A Oniopclio Norri nml her little, daugh Act, MI"s UHi'nbetli Norrli, haVe returned to tl,c f itv aftrr n summer -pent In Cnpo May and thn I'oiono Mountains. Mis. Norrli will re train herr until somo time In October, when flir will sail for Cub.i and will npend the Whtci wlih lier niother, Mrs. Augustus Wlf ton, who Is "V"B ln llnvn"n- MKs ll'len Cllcason, of 2033 Chestnut street, nu ,i dinner last night which wns followed l,v i bo ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 September 1914

BJBti&SpfP'MB pjsy- .,- 10 EVENING- LBDG1UR PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 19ll. i fM u ' & :f I 4 g i'i FEMININE FLIRT OFTEN PROVES TO BE BEST OF WIVES Ancient Adage That "Flirts Never Many" Isn't True in Most Cases Her Experi ence Valuable. From time Imrnphioffal mu-h Censure fthd criticirm hrvo over bewst tho path way of that iiof-s1tnjteiher-to-h. -despised young woman, the t"llrt. Wiit hlnp her Somewhat lively dopotlmenl fu.d inchna tlon to daily with her various admirers, matron? shako their bends. '-,moiy mur muring the ancient ntlntfc that "I'Mrf never marry," nhlle flpfn.-'te . I im' taln .oars, hut pilte rerf 'u npluloi. hold up their hands In rende'imalne.. Tet In the fact of ail tliK li l a eu rlous but true fact that th t'lrt m nni ' cnei not only doe" mam, but marries I quite happilv ami ii -i.iet u . aw'.' rfnll retains her htise'i.' I - .u'fi etimi m a fashion quite unfathomable In her fnn.'M ; Cciirois. I For. nffcr nil. the s ' , , .-" the prnb- j t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 September 1914

2rr ESI 11 GOVERNS BEE TREES IN NEW YORK STATE Lawyer Finds Himself Help less Before Woodsman's Logic, Who Has Put His Mark on an Oak. y. I'ersona who are returning to Now York from their vacations arc telling tho usual bear and fish stories that have gone tho rounds for ages, but an Unusual talo has teen bi ought to town by J. B. Scott, a lawyer of New York nnd Ncwburgh. Jlr. Scott entertained a group of his old classmates at tho Ynlo Club tho other da) for half nn hour by telling them how, deep In tho Cutsklll woods, ho learned something about "tho common law of dtiilivaii Coutily" which ho had never seen In any law book, The lawjer wns spending his Vacation at a Halting c-ltib on tho Orchard Lako Tiout Preserve, eight miles fiom Living- ttott Manor in suiuvan uoiiiuy. no lias been tho club's counsel for ycats, and Is familiar with every aero of tho club's domain. It was while ho was tramping over Mio Catskill ranges catly In August that ho was startled by tho sound of a tree f.il...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 September 1914

rw";1 12 ""rjmLJXZVSZFSZTS EVENING LBBOHSTi-PnTLADKLPnrA, WEDNESDAY, SEPflBMBElt 16, 10U. ATHLETICS HAVE OFF DAY-PHILLIES HAVE PITTSBURGH CLUB MEN AS GUESTS BOSTON CLUB OWES GROVER ALEXANDER A VOTE OF THANKS Phillies' Pitcher Aids Boston in Race for National League Pennant by De feating Giants, When Orovrr Cleveland Alexander. helped by two thice-bnse hits, tripped Mir pennnnt-usptrlng CJlants ycterdnv, It Is ; probable he won the National League p-n-nant for the Uotoii Bravis A victory for th New Yorker would have meaht they wore still close on the heels of their opponents with a two and a half same margin. However, when the deciding run was ushered in Tor the PhllHc. MeOraw's club was dropped three and onehalf sanies below the Ilmvcs and today l but tv i sanies ahead of the St. Lou I a Cardinal?. Alexniidtr 1 tint only to he crnv-'l'UtU lated bv tin Ponton contingent, but by his follow ei ivor where who inav or mai not bo interested In tne fljjht be tween the Xi Yi rk and Hoston c...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 16 September 1914

EVENING tiEDaER-Paili-APHIAT WflfttfESDAY SAP? EM BEE 16, ,19 IS THE FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL SITUATION AT HOME AND ABRQAD-MARKET REPORTS iiiiAL RETURN OF 1 TRUST w RerliiiMjy QPENS mT i foreign tmpemalub m HAVENR. R. WIL Philadelphia markets GENERAL RETURN OF CONFIDENCE SHOWN IN FINANCIAL MARTS Those Who Protested Exist ence of Stock Exchanges Mow Loudest in Appeals for Their Early Reopening. It is a decided tribute to tlio .con icivatlsm of American Investors Unit there lins been locking recently that talk of the existence of lioar-nnlilc conditions In the llnnnclal mnrkcts which waB nn pnront nlinost everywhere just after tho news hail hcon Hashed that tho Block ox changes wore ubout to discontinue busi ness. Tho public Bonerally has como to realUo that tho country's credit Is safo in ttitt hands of those who dominate Its flmincea and It Is disposed to tnko a calmer and more hopeful tcellug of the general sltuuilon. Contrast the feeling today with that of three or six nionihs ngo...

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. — 16 September 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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