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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 November 1914

EVENING LEDGlfe-PHILADELPHJA. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1014. DION'S WELFARE ENDS OH HOUSINa, LIB MRS. HOffiTZ " reserving of Traditions and tearing of Good Citizens 'Only to Be Had With l&lean Home Surroundings. w ars to preservs our natlonnl iltlons. rear utrong men who can np fch (treat edonomlo questions with n Jul viewpoint reflecting the Intellect ot forefather. It la neceary to give youth of our country an opportunity Tilve amid decent surroundings. KThe most essential, or what might o ern.-a the fundamental principle that Btiould guide us, deals with the housing IJprobtom." This was the comment made today by 6lrs. Qeorga Q. Hoi-wit, wlfo of the !romtnent lawyer who for years has been ntorestcd In tho work of Improving tho fuvenlle Court and probation system. For years Mrs. Ilorwlu, n woman or (treat culture, has devoted her time nnil Jtioney toward what sho terms her "pot hobby." Briefly that hobby deals with the developing of future citizens. Her iflay nursery, In which 100 ...

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. — 30 November 1914

r1e, YWf R K himmt-PHILABELPHIA, MONDAY, KOWmBER 30, 191- iMHbii iltfSiMJ& ;l 1 s-yt I MM i l ar si & 11 . Kf m ak HbbBHBScS .. w' IimIS&' fc-tw.A.Si j. lidlr ft TR9 if i I j 1 i l i ftefittng ?a$pr PtfBLtC LEDGER COMPANY o w Ofth, B retar John P Martfn TnHtattrer; lw It koaingtin, Philip 8 Colllna, John tt WIN HhM, Blrrttbhr feorroiu At. doahd i 4,. .....wo iu vugt .iinMni '.. TV1IAM3Y t& JOJtK -0. MA11T1N . :$ iBtj 1 Mltor .General Duslnrts Manager Published aally at resile Lmm DnIUInr. i In4epnant Square, tbfladelphla. prcfc B""1 nd Chestnut Street AiSrr Cm rrrwtrtiKm BulMln NSW ToiiE 1T0-A. Metropolian Tower cntOACo 81T Hoaha immranee IJulMlnr tOKTO.. . . 8 Waterloo tlaee. Tall Mall, S. W. KEWemmHAtifli U'A8mlS55J3"nin Th ratriel nuiiainir K", .vi? ",K . ino aitnn iiuiminar Far i iinaain .-. . ago wo had a little tvar of our own Noth ing "na ever Mftlfhirf It for Mitfthtfew And wo haven't been exactly ft nation ef howl ing1 wolve over after So, those nbrr fellows...

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. — 30 November 1914

EVENING LEDG&m-PniLADELPHOi MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1914. $ Social and , Per?oriGtl MIS3 JEAN C. BULLITT entertained At luftcheon today at the Acdrn Club In honor of Miss Eileen Doherty, daughter of the Minis ter of Justice of Cannda. Among the guests nefo Mrs. John Shipley Dixon, Mrs. Ilobort fitursls Injrcrsoll, Miss Mary Crozer Page, Miss Margaret Yorko Dannard, Miss Margaret Croter Fox, Mlsa Edwlna Elklns Druner, Miss Leta Livingston Sullivan and Miss Katharine Her mann Kromcr. . Invitations havo been received from Mr. and Mrs. Beverley Robinson Potter for a dansant, Xvhlclt they will give at the Belicvue-Stratford Saturday afternoon, December 28, to meet their niece, Miss Margaret Berwlnd, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Augustus Berwlnd. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stewart Wurts, of 9IG Spruce street, entertained at a dlnnoi dance on Saturday night In honor of their debutanto daughter, Miss Mary Stewart Wurts. The guests Included Miss Margaret Handy Burton, Miss Anno Blnney Brlnton, ...

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. — 30 November 1914

' irtiiirJiir'Trf-nj"' """" " t" wr " fa -. !WiSf&'p's"'"'- fclf.M' EVENING LEDGEE-PHIL'ADEIiTHlX MONBAY, MBEB 80, X0i EftJL HINTS AND INTERESTING ARTICLES FOR THE WORKING GIRL AND IBEH5 ,.. i . n NOVE & pa 3BM.iin i..mw Ji f.JE' iRTTf a "Who;llbuymyllerherrinC, By MRS. CHRISTINE FREDERICK Author tt "lb New Housekeeping;." jfes W THE GIRL WHO WORKS fit fe. nine nnd the "with set In reerv Ited pa' JBV' a. 6 lUOlllOll., ft' Vera also t ported tnoffld Jnanilc) now In ly In A that. If Is foV ' belief th JlfihtlnR n tho tioxt it 14 nee Bhow who dovoto all foreign lnt iloxlcana 1 iMnglatrate1 , Beonfesscd ' pld Albert son t Illlirq jrtg.3:o ous prise aneroNI jrianded tfl atainat Guv psfchucha .ntlon as pkt Vara C will co-opel they had takfc garag. weri txvitt by IX: Tkey are tret, and a Haver Wffyed at t kt.ii return atad y moj 1 md City IJ tutm imi 'fs boye tal UHAttfUl ,J0Ml$, tOid t: it ma Jlgt 4 7iegsi,r fri 'v?JaMP :1 Sm1? 7 !VVk' JSySJr?F TO STENOGRAPHERS nrirl who wishes to...

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. — 30 November 1914

'pplvff" ,.,- -,-. .,i. T J ji, w . . r- A GREAT MYSTIC SfORYf B HAROLD MacGMThMUHL . o - (COpyrleM, MM. By Harold MacOrath.) CHAPTER I The Mystery of the Spotted Collar. YH THE side of a rugged mountain s a black velvet hole yawned. Rub Lie lay strewn all about the ledges. To a layman this rubble would have explained nothing; to a miner it -would instantly have explained the nature of the hole. Presently a burly man emerged from the hole, squinting. He eyed the lump of rjuarti: in his hand. Always a little, but never quite enough gold to make it worth while. It might run ten or twelve the ton. Dut what capitalist would interest himself in such dribble? The pros pector flung, the quartz savagely upon the accumulating rubble and leaned dishcartcncdly against the log sup port to the entrance of the mine. Every bone in his body ached and every nerve responded. His grub stake was fast dwindling, and in an other four days he would hnvc to hike some 32 miles to the nearest town for suppli...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 November 1914

T ffiN-$s iw FT" .P J" EVENING LEDGER-PHTTJADELPHTA', MONDAY, NOVEMBER SO 1914. WORLD'S BANTAMWEIGHT CHAMPION, "KID" WILLIAMS- MEETS DIGGINS HERE TONIGHT llMDEN COMING WOODBURY GOLF SOME FIGHTERS WHO FURNISH FIREWORKS AT OLMPIA TONIGHT, AND' REFEREE O'BRIEN FORWARD IN THE EASTERH LEAGUE r j f 5 12 rffi ? jt y&? jfc&Jj 5p ISPf i 'MB'-"' 1 1 .. W & miles"! Df tfoumi Vednesi Throuj hun4hed. si Unglirtrt The exp'r 31r. and 'the muTt noom. Tl wuum rap JU.UJB vietap .t " eonvenmij -W pons T w&tr -.:: 3P 41 lenIK Jj rnan!OTwai SSPESl "2"onthB V 'A3, UwHnM. 4 1 UK. al:- eeeBBjejBj f mvwa JWiamPtYf BEieHeK'".;'-. ,, .'.?J., oHMKfs '. "B "";' 9UB: t ion lit til PbSdISe- ! i tdji &b e& Bi B0 " ti& City vW jBBBBBBBBBBBJ mm VBJH M aVasBBaBa- . ! eh .ssf Maa BnaaHL " " r I r.-. I rSM IBEl.HSBB.eF 4b LJIl i,"! , 9 SaaK a, MM -; WagS Victory Over Trenton Will Put "Skeeters" on Heels of De Neri News From s Many Cages. Site Camden five of the Enstrrn T.ntrtie. hug been ste...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 November 1914

EVENING I KK PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1914. ' -1 ..,1 HERE'S A PRETTY MESS, OF VALUE MORE OR LESS Franklin Field, After His toric Army-Navy Combat, Furnished Material for Rummage Sale. Tat consciousness of having done a duty dim- (.ult an J risky. Half of a pink and dainty spat; a. rug, foroe hairpins and a rati tlo hind Ue of a rabbit that . ,, ,. , , Ho mora shall anmbol In the fields and U no longer trlskyi , . . . , , . . Como li.ttln full of vacuilm, that had held drinking watcri A et of teeth, hlatl they were false, a pump that might be mod to walti had H .., tnatei ronm aniclllnc salts "ere found today at Franklin Field, bo saya a jounj repohtah. A- rummage snlo may or tuny not bo held of tho things found at Franklin Field loot Snlurdny afternoon. Sulll clent material Is til hand tor the cnle, enough to Hell something absolutely use less to nearly every one. A reporter tent to tho field to watch tho small hoy and other scavenger" go ing: through the tiers of neatu I...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 November 1914

araasnm.ij- 4- eiantt Is foV f in this m StaglstnrV t Vara ia I M GBKfiRALLY pm AT START OF THE JIOCK MARKET HERE 31 V llfiuly Above Minimum Set by Committee and in Some Cases Above Clos ing Prices of July 30. All Interest In the financial community today centred in the reopening of tho JPhllndolphla Stock Exchnnge for trnd izjnx in stocks and bonds nt minimum prices to be established bV the special committee of Ave, under which trnnsne- IsJUona have been carried on since the .xchangfl closed on July 81. prices at the opening In the local mar- KVrero -well maintained and. ob a gen " rule, were Above tho minimum set milc3ct committee and In some cases nbovo me?. ..'.. otitptjf '?B'os'n7 Prices of July 30. Some few lmltOTlr were uciow ino closing prices uiu them' H -'":terenoca wero not great. time. Jl lntemcnt Issued by the local Stock v nioi.'4Br,Ko at 3 o'clook, covering tho trans. lu ' ''or tho day. showed that 23 0 Bu and 'Eht bond Issues were dealt jjudlotccjday. Cambria Steel w...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 November 1914

'EVENING liMirnjs: 5B PmLADTJJLHM, MONDAY, NOVEMBER SO, 1914. I ARMORED TRAIN'S CRUISE IN BELGIUM BROUGHT HOT WORK - British Bluejacket's Diary Narrates Adventurous Career of Naval Detach ment After Fall of Ant werp. LONDON. Nov S0.-A diary showing the peregrinations of a party of bluejackets nines the fall of Antwerp recently fell Into the hands of a Dally Chronicle corre spondent. "It Is written a bit rough like, Mr." aid tho tar apologetically, "but It is the truthful log of nn armored traln-a train that has scared the German. They calls us tho 'moving base,' and we don't halt laugh at them shelling tho spot where sve was five minutes n3o and where wo ought to be always, as they think Wo alls oursclvea tho 'ragtlmo navy boys.' Vo are touring artists, and we have put it across those Howlans and Bavarians omethlng shocking, I can tell you." Tho diary gives tho movements 6f one of tho armored trains. Some of the cx trnctH are as follows: October 1. Loft II. N. Barracks, Chat ham It ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 30 November 1914

tSWSXF JtSlTSK; . " u 'KSfc-J-fffc. - "'HtA-V - ,;, t- e:--! -fJAi'f--. - X, jfc ir-i." r J'srt)- "-"j ifV -.f N. j--55"S -"--j. J.- s WTiV iF4' "' -'7,- c-:?k,'fr, ,A poms SPORTS FINAL iretitn FINAL " """ "" T ' ""' '" ''I- PRICE ONE OJD3NT PIKLADELPinA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER BO, 1014. Comma. N1. wmPotmo Tatttt Courkm. iha.lH.flf I-.,..!. Jv.,.. .,.,,,... SCENES AND EVENTS IN THE NEWS OF THE DAY If r-k mraner mKBB l-NO. 67 'H-Ml . l I Kf :ii i ' K 1 fs f . P t Tr 1-. 6''"r. i .5 S I. fl I" V vlct S F 'ieasur Mm - XI wr ks I? ttilesRl"1 Alilnn, ; ImnHf1: them h llmfc . If: "Vlllfttatl wherb el i Dudlate. ' and thef , Mwtlcr1 with Be' in rcaer"' Ued jj.13 -SM."'' BJfi kuiicv II101JH Ver .also Iortc t'nofl mandt How In S 1y In A that, If & belief thy Thb A! flffhtlni. ,fi tno most it ID nc show whov,. farcTBn Inf." Stexlcans "'1 TELLS f ir 'Magistnx i Jiej The atoi rnnfAamJ bid Mbct, t son nvertip station. V? 8 hMrlnlM UorjieyAJ A featfthi i dbun: 'Abbott A' ind beer Te In this cat Jnt...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 1 December 1914

atm&s&msmaa&s sJ IMMIWilflHlilMlmHlfr''- nnroP10 Nldj NIGHT EXTRA .JWl.ortllie Clbe1 tyneis for Vote. t ' Ot jL.rTrK 8 Pettnsylvf iyx iafiai4rMttMtf t rnnt no tym, of doml-L n Un iRsnmu st.-a M M LI VOL. I NO. G8 L I i Photo by 1'aul Thompson. BRIDEGROOM, KAISER'S GODSON, KILLED IN ACTION The wedding of Wilhelm von Chelius a few months ago was a great social event in Berlin. He has received his death wound in a battle on the eastern front in France. He was only 25 years old. COAL SHORTAGE PREDICTED SEQUEL OF LONG DROIMT Mines in Schuylkill District Unable to Maintain Oper ation Distress in Sight as Result. POTTSVILLB, Pa., Deo. 1. Surpassing U records, the long drought Ib gradu ally tying up Industries, north of the Broad Mountain, In the Schuylkill dls Irtrlot. The collieries are suspending be cause It la lmposelble to supply them with water sufficient to keep up steam In the boilers. The water trains are able to keep a dozen operations In water, but the stored supply I...

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. — 1 December 1914

I ' WftpiBT1 '-ygfy 'ty"' JHHHHHHsHHHHMHMLHLHs fdPPPPP3 syy HljWHify',')r,f "f ' "WW!t "i3f"w?,Ti'''1 r BVlUW0. LI3IJMR PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER I, 1914. 1 l EtSj; JBjgflG f! IF Irance is i to police is'1 ogles and Dyna ut Bring Body ikr Foul Play idn thi r1lanniArAnrA 318 Marlborough street, 1 , wiicboot A. M. Bramel. ten seen for rnnre. than a tours yesterday th police igjho body In Mantua Creek, Doroi , J.. Dciieving tne man icii suicide, but no trace or iJs found. SJl.Wltfn. lira Berks street, an l it itho missing engineer, stated lioldhptnln of the tun tolil him so connicllng stories about the (lis- Srrinee Hint he believes his nephew liai jnet with foul pluy. TJ1b boat nude trip up Mantua Creek tho direction of Mt. Roynt. Sunday. l'th dav after Hutton n rrnnrtrd mla. 'lnf.- The authorities nro trying to learn mm acton nn engineer on this trip nnd ny tn bont went so far un tho creek. Mrs. Hutton stood oil tho wharf near fculsboro alt day jeatcrtlav while tho ijlleo and w...

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. — 1 December 1914

FBfUFFlJ El Pi A Ir P ?L COUNCILS INACTIVE WHILE OTHER CITIES ; STOP HOUSING ILLS iWorkcrs for Betterment of Congested Districts Point to Reform in New York, and Smaller Municipalities WHAT NEW YORK TELLS ITS TENANTS TO LEABN That there Is a back aril for the children to piny In. That Ihe janitor la a good one. Thnt the landlord keeps his house clean. That you luive a sink with running water. That there are fire escapes. Whllo Councils continues to'lgnore ap propriations for the new Division of Housing find Sanitation, New York has flrcd theflrst gun In the campaign for better housing conditions In that city. To enlighten residents of the ghetto and other congested sections of Greater New Tork that landlords must maintain sanitary dwellings, a unique educational campaign has been adopted. Printed cir culars are being distributed today block by block, house by house and from door to door. The circulars, which are printed In Yiddish, Italian, Itusslan, Hungarian, French, Swedish, Poli...

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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. — 1 December 1914

mm r5r H? wm ' v fgfety1 ''i?mfrm.uiEP'imM w BTEHJtNa LflDGEBPHILADELPffIA4 TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1914. QH9 v iy?Kr jBBEBJKii SnKEfltbnf jlsjyiiEioM) HP-' 11 GUNS SHELL FRENCH LINES ON AISNE '6 closing- in upon lack supplies, and four or more Japanese warships are also reported in pursuit of the Kaiser's ships. ' BATTLE OF THE RAILWAYS IN POLAND K LINES ON AISNE Shelled by heavy guns v?-- ,4 t tAnlS. Dun. 1 R ITrffHetl tnnnm nUnw !. A I 1 ... 7r-' .. u.uiih ,1,13 W3iiu IIUVO Ji lunom Domoarciment heirnlan centre, It Is omclally re- din Wst Flanders and north ot , iimi mvaaers- artillery has also k active. 'heri was no German Infantry attack Belgium freslcrday, but attack nnd Uerattack are reported from the Ar- 4 oRlclat communique follows: fa Belgium tho day of November M rAahinrkcd by rather heavy cannon des, Tho German (nfnntry made no attack. I The enemy eontlhues to show a ery (marked activity to the north of Arras. ft. tha rtBlon ot tht A'n thro has I Been a continuous cannonade...

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. — 1 December 1914

v - A ' AlGHT 3M" .. " Mai ftv Sle&ger ituenm KB y i EXTR& iwm'i MtV " : bk r ESS ml 'ma t Xoi.1n;6. 08 t PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, DECEMBEIt 1, 1914. Cotnronr, 1014, bt ns rcatto Lewn Courtier, xmcBioWsifis 1 ' SCENES AND EVENTS IN THE NEWS OF THE DAY .- ' ' ' -- ' - HHVMMaMMMwaMiwaMiMMnpMHMMMaMMMaiMMMMMMBaHI . GERMAN MARINES WHO ARE CO-OPERATING WITH THE LAND FORCES IN BELGIUM Admiral von Schroeden (with sword) is shown here with his staff of officers, who left their ships and came overland to direct the fire of big naval guns . which had 'been dismounted, shfpped by train and then remounted on concrete' bases. These are some of the men who bombarded Antwerp and have since spent much time-building lines of trenches from Bruges to Ghent 1 31 aw V. t 'vt-TVCJShf s w tsmmbn m M . v w ' -w-" iryirv3w'fii-.cV5,fi'lt ' SSilifc'r,. .- it.?i-Wt!fXiL"ia5i-W ft JtfMs. ' t fi ' l iPIm ' Jli v.. k BIS&'.ir.. StfJAiytCrTT??BfW,5tft"iJS.1t-j;4IW ' JffiFK5LL M - KtBHes8a8KaaBfs7-v. - mA...

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. — 1 December 1914

T -i EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1914. 15 U. Z WORK FOR STADIUM MORE WORK, MORE MONEY PROVIDED 'twTf1 r II il--f - . -flaT .1- , ,, . ...-.... ... .I.w ... . ...... IT MIIII.III 7 " scrapple: s- BYGITY,U.OFP.,MVY AMD ARMY URGED Co-operation of Those Who .JTJS ri A: . f1 r-l FOR THE NAVY YARD Eycirao!I'WJ!Jt(!;!ii'JJWJ,iJaiS.rWai3 i3 A icx ifbn .Cor Dei Ad) in ret i ZD i 001 4c Dig I w Intr v Ml Mm ME,y. ould Reap Greatest Benefits Declared Neces sary for Hastening of Start oh Project. Co-operation nmong University trustees, Uie city of rhllndclphln, and tho Army and Navy Committee In planning a f- great national stadium was suggested today by George E. Nltssche, reglstrur i , of the University of Pennsylvania, who announced yesterday n plan for n tadlum to accommodato loo.Mo. the greatest ampltheatre In tho country, If not In the world. Though Mr. Nltxscho himself outlined the plan of the stadium today, a report of the result of his tours of Inspection to other...

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. — 1 December 1914

- v f 14 EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1914. ! m w n BUSINESS ON LARGER SCALE IN EXCHANGE TODAY; MORE ISSUES Sales of Stock for Most Part at Same Prices as at Close Yesterday Feeling Much Better. HUslness on the Stock IJxclinnne here today was on a Inrscr scnle, more Isiues bclns dealt In. Snles, for the most part, were nt the some prices ns the cloiltiff yesterday, while there were some declines from the July 30 closing prices. Quite a few Issues hocer, showed mlvnnces as compared with the price when the exclinnrce closed In the end of July Among these were Koj stone Telephone, which In the afternoon was M4 points hinder, Philadelphia Electric up l'i. Tonopnh Mining up 1 3-1G, nnd L'nl 1 1 (Ins Improvement, up 'i. nnd also 'i hlRher thnn the closing price yesterday. The fccllnc throliRhout tho financial district nns much better, nnd ever one, as a rule, was optimistic. The action of the Special Committee of rive In decid ing to Ifsiic prices over the ticker In t...

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. — 1 December 1914

- -rf i ..mjin - . -- . i nnnfiu ?rr"- 't ' ' l '"'"" ' ' TW-rs , - -it "-"fc w ' Bi n- afMttaaalah. 1014, i1 v KAISERS HEIR HAS DESIRE TO WITNESS GAME OF BASEBALL TW- . i. i . . i? m loapunuea at rauure or Plans for Visit to United States Praises Gallantry of French Troops. fcy ICAnr. U. VON WIEOAND (Copyright, 1014, by Btikixo Lkmct) HEAbguAIlTEnS OF CROWN PIUNCB'S ARMY IN PRANCB. rw. 1 Tim Gorman Crown Prince wants o sea An American baseball gamo. In an Inter view tha. the heir to tho Kaiser's throne Kranled me he referred to his disappoint ment In not having been able, to make a contemplated visit to the United States. X had nil arrangements made fop a visit two years ago," he said, "but polit ical objections prevented my trip. I had determined on a vlsjt this year and plan ned a hunting trip with Ambassador der-fr3- bu' the war has, of course, spoiled that Some time, however, I Intend to make the trip. I am cipoclally Interested In your big Industrial centres like ruts burgh an...

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