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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 1 December 1914

, US EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, P35 - BuaMTaEECTre all-around WMmm members of frix colleges nm 1EUJ iEsigsajjgj ALL BIG SIX FOOTBALL TEAM SELECTED FOR 1914 (Journcay for Centre, Only Penn Man on List Barrett Awarded Quarterback Place Mahan and Whitney Tower in Backfield Positions. . . - By EDWARD B. BUSHNELI. v EXPERT NAMES BEST ELEVEN FROM MEMBERS OF BIG SIX Position Ends.... Tacklc3 , Guards.. Centre . . , Journcay Quarterback Barrett i Whitney Mahan Halfbacks. Fullback I Legore Never has tha writer been Biiltty of the Indiscretion of picking an "AH-Ameilcnn" foot.mll tcmn. The football oenson Is so Short that one Indlslduul cannot hope to Fee one-tenth of the material avnllable for such rt team, particular! to see these candidates at their best. Not only Is It foolish to Insist that a certain eleven men picked at random throughout the Eastern universities constitutes the best AU-Amerlcan team, but It Is unjust to other sec tions of the country, notably the Middle Weit,...

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. — 1 December 1914

72WB! v (.0 ? ic di tit r tl t I i 4Cf r KUfcalt wm IIIIHW ...-I. 1 -t,fJ.r ,, " " .. I m yilll-llllllM. IIII II II Mil IJI J . ." .. ,.TT Am mjf aft, jB H jot vbJ jEt H R. MMBMvaR. A GREAT MYSTIC STORYp B tCopi tight. 1014. fty Harold MacUrath ) IWiio performing as strong man in a circus, Trainor, a rough-and-ready type of man, marries Mimi Kccne, a tight-rope walker, known on the bills as Mimi La ranee. They have a child. To get money for a home, Trainor turns mining prospector, and 'f- ctght months of hardship, makes a rich strike in gold ore. To protect his claim, Trainor nas bank attorneys draw papers leaving the mine to his wife, and, "l',, ecnt f hcr death, to his child. It m understood that his wife a brother, Keene, shall never oeable to touch the property. Before Trainor can write his ?,ef his good fortune, he is ijniea oy ait exiHosion. His mitt. 0 "pal," Donovan, sets out to Lnd. e circus with which minors widow is travelling. CHAPTER I-(Conllnued.) Tim MYSTERY OK THE SP...

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. — 1 December 1914

T1! 10 EVENING EDGER PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, DEQEMBEB 1, 1914,, the Forking girl and her interests-fashions, articles and household hints i iv dc IP l 1 A m HmSTTT 6 m& THE TO STENOGRAPHERS The value of thoroughness in work cannot possibly be overestimated. Good work will always bring its own reward, sooner or later. The girl who has her employer's interests at heart will succeed, there is no doubt of that. There is always a demand for the sincere and conscientious worker. The pity is that more girls do not understand this fact. Slipshod work spells failure, and the heedless stenographer will never rise in her work. The conscientious girl, on the Contrary, is appreciated by all who come in contact with her. It is hoped that the articles in this department will prove helpful to the stenographer, and that the letters published may be of real practical value to her in her worktime and playtime. ELLEN ADAIR. When Her Health Gives Way The problem of health Is sometimes a very serious ...

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. — 1 December 1914

IRS!! - Win aigf i -an .; . wwflwwf wMsfia r j I , r ' . ? EVENING HB- --.ii. ' '" .. . , , , ...... WB -- ' - h i m - - IZrTT-T . '.. ' ' i ! i. ... -nil., itimnw ... in ' --.-".--.. LEDGER- ffJLgtftBELPHIA, TUMgDSyr DEOlfljlpJSir lltfru. ,15 NORTHWEST UNITED ! IN ITS FIGHT FOR !' HIGH SPEED LINES Director Taylor Pledged Support f Business Men 'Af, T 11?. t- t. -"ivi x euing results Project Will Provide for Section. Easiness men and residents of the en tiro northwestern section of the city will unlto with Director Tnylor In his flglit for hish-spced transit. T,hoy emphatically Indorsed his plans last nlsht nt a mass meellns In Athletic Recreation Hall, 2Gth and Jefferson turrets, and announced their readiness to Join In a clty-wlde demonstration to bring about action. Tho Northwest Business Men's Associa tion, the West Susquehanna Avenue Busi ness Men's Association, the Falrmount, Brewerytown, 22d Street and other busi ness organizations of that pnrt of the city were represented at...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 1 December 1914

'' ffiftfYORKR.1 OPPOSE INCREASE IN PASSENGER TARIFFS R. H. Wallace, General Passenger Agent df Eric Company, Declares Com muters' Rate Is High Enough'. NEW YCIIK,, Dec. l.-Ncw Tork rail road tijon tin .jibt. avor nnv increase In suburban pasactiger' irnles. despite tho fact that sofne,,Mf tho big rodda are raising the co'oirjlltfcrV 'tain at Several points lffthe.liist.' Th Increase,.') the result of the recent auggeallon of the InlerstaU' Commerce ComlrHisIon that railroads nbos't n'nssenscr 'fires 'tt jnakq up the deficient In freight Weepies. , It Is understood that the roads mnklns the Increases havo done a merely In an attempt lo follow out tho sugges llon of the Commission Tho ralso Is deemed not only Inadvisable, but In the end detrimental to the roads. It lilts the pocketbook of tho ordinary citizen and widespread discontent Is bound to follow, according to rnllfoftd men. In speaklnir'af the sltuntjon today. It. li. Wallace, g-prjeral passenger agent of tho Erie road, decla...

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. — 1 December 1914

m&&. X .T -. vsr-Ch' yin&y&VK!? $1" iJ S ii4J'j r lISER'S FIRST LINE DRLED INTO BREACH l tlTTlT TAT TflTT TTTrtTtm IV WW rULI&il JllitlT fxtatiic Battle Rages at Lodz and Lowicz as Germans Bring Reinforcements to Main Front. LDOb-PHILABELPHIA, TUESDAY, TflJlVi SBOO RUSSIANS SEIZED BY GERMANS BBttliW, Dec. 1. Additional successes nre claimed In north Poland and 95C0 Russians cap turctl, In the Wnr omce ofllclnt state ment todaj'. "Quiet prevails tit East Prussia nnd Southern Poland," the statement ftsserts. "Our booty In North Pqlnnd lias been Increased, as a result of yesterday's successes by 0500 men, 19" cannon, os maciitne guns and numerous ammunition carts." A Prc-rnnrirjATv n. 1 First line German troopo arc now op- fcoslng a portion of tho Russian army In Poland, It Is stated hero today. The ar rival of reinforcements for the enemy nd the strengthening of the corps of Jnero youths and second and third line iroopa by tho first fighting forces Is said to bo re...

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. — 2 December 1914

SjHfjflif I IWI1 f w - f 6 ir 5cuenltt0 tnjbgcr PUBLIC LEDGER COM PAN V CTttUS H. K CfnTIS rrniDKMT. Cee-.W. Ochs. Secrturyi John C Martin, Treaeurrr Charlie II. I.udlngten, Philip 8 Collins, John D. Wll- lltru, Directors. EDITOntALBOAnDI Crutia II. K. Conls, Chairman. P II. WHAtBT. ... Executive Editor JOlIN C. MAIIT1N. ........ .Onoral Culnea Manager Published dally at t'tntlo Lupora BuIlUIng, Independence Square, Philadelphia. IvSpoeh CE-niut...... ...... Broad and Chestnut E(rect ATLAISTie Cut... ........ rrna-Union Dulldln New ToaK 170-A, Metropolitan Tower Cniciao. . ki . . . r.. ...... 817 Homo Insurance nullJlng Lomk,.) 8 Waterloo Dace, Tall Mall, S. W. NETTBDUItEAUSt HinmsncRO BiinEc TheTnlrloJ nu!!5!-5 Washington UtnrAti The iPoit lu d ng Nrw Yonic ilim-All The Tjmei JlulMIng London UmrAU 2 Pall Mall East. S. W. Puis Bbbbiu 32 nu Eoula lo Grand SUBSCniPTlON TERMS By rarrler. DAltrOtr, six rents. Br mall. pontpaM eutsldn of Philadelphia, except where foreign postags Is requ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 2 December 1914

lYlOWCF LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, DEOEMB . 2 t914. . J " ' 1 rt 1 ' Ti -in- 1 1 ii m i i .wMaiiiniiaiawwjaiiMWawiiija V ilLLA'S ARMY HOI EXPECTED TO MOVE , AGAINST VERA CM frltwl 7n 17,11 AiA 'Convention" Forces in Forcing Carranza From His New Stronghold. Eli PASO, Tax, Sm. X The noxt cam jwJgn launched y Oernral Frunclaco Villa, will b Rn attack ajralnst Vera Crur, where the Government of General 'enuetlano Carranza. has been etnb- d, according: to Mexloan dispatcher 1 hero today. It Is expected that 10 days a general movement It Vera Crux by Vlll&'a 23,000 troops. An thn Convnntfon Armr. will .be ft L, JtmlmA 4ftv la n frfotlnn Via 1$ Villa and General Zapata, and fSfci, lrmy ""1U be reinforced with Zap- r &VMa and Zapata expect to strike If 4'lve blow against Carranza at Vera 1 wThey think he then trill nee from :"'sinlrr. i IfAftf? fn Tw,i,nf ntn. Vurt Trtlc jthci attacked from land and sea, as I ,.Tnrentlon forces have equipped the L, i annboats which fell Into t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 2 December 1914

.- . - Y EVENING LEDGERPHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1914. vxwwnu?Ai," "jmhmi t(ir tn' TODAY SECOND ANNUAL 1914 FOOD EXPOSITION 1 READING TERMINAL MARKET - - DECEMBER 2 Make your home-made Candies with .9 1 ' iin.n i ..j ii .i nmiw TODAY S7 i 12 V :ftrVi S ak r .11 .'Ml M x r . (fill II ITTlijI 1 faMegB-J-.m-rftMWV1 WE STRIVE CONSTANTLY FOR BETTERMENT A HIGHER STANDARD OF QUALITY A GREATER EFFICIENCY OF SERVICE A MORE ATTRACTIVE APPEARANCE WILLIAM B. MARGERUM General Victualer Dealer in Finest Quality Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Hams, Bacon, Lard, Tongues and Provisions in General Special Exposition Sale of Kingan's English-cured Bacon and Reliable Hams (Sliced Bacon 24c Exposition days only Reliable Hams.... 19c (Bacon by piece.... 23c The Standard House for the Choicest the Market Produces Stands 1000 to 1020 Tenth Ave, 913 to 921 Ninth Ave. OFFICE, 28 to 35 Avenue A Hell, 2I03-2703 Filbert Telephone Connection Keystone. 158 nc MiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiM M Uk TS L V 1 ill i&am...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 2 December 1914

Wmmm p m&xtf' ?" """" Ml ft A T3ffibWl.tt' LJjJJD4EB-PJ41bAB3iLXHlA, WDiSEWDA V, DEUIWB13R 2, 1014. M.. ( ! MOTHER OF AVIATOR SEEKS WOUNDED SON IN PARIS HOSPITALS est Described by English woman in Letter to Rela tive m Philadelphia. Airman's Plucky Flight. VTAll Cain. e nan; havo from ' ng t' today hb ral "Sb irlzi oven n bo; .exlcai .artlne irlousj tars e ruck at mat .ooper. srloust no wei renew r vst lion, w .sordine' Departr Admin) Mi ers revolu' The Went countr 400 Big C The horrors of war have come horns Jo1lv"i,S"t.11h motnr wllt "v eer In a uKJT 8onl ,. nr'ln' cause. h. J?uia relave In Philadelphia a member of the Royal llylrift Corps . S n PLUck? fllRh,1 t0 th Allies' lines Z.lu ? hewtTendlnB search of Paris Pw,0l'i ,hr?? da8' molher-lov won ' Ua at H, tf .'' Be,0.Veln the wounded E. .? A"? lloto1 x,nJeslc. now turned to hospital uses. Tho mother writes" rrfLl f"?1 my lK)or. 'arnB ery 111 nrni if ? i M'8 "mblnnce of " skeleton. ie had been shot when 600O feet nn In V,. y...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 2 December 1914

-. EVBNINaEDaER-PHILADELPHlA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 101 '4 mi ft V- ! :te KAISER'S HEAVY BATTERIES SMASHED BY FRENCH FIRE tienUnotfl from Taite On and entered the fortified city of Hazanknlc. Turks have seized many Christians lit 1'hocola, near Smyrna, and they GERMAN TRENCHES TAKEN AT POINT OF BAYONET PAIUS, Dec. 2. Three batteries of heavy Oermnn guns have been destroyed by the French In an artillery dul at Vormllles, It was um elally announced by tho French War Of fice tills afternoon. (Vermllles U about four miles south west of La Bassee, In northern France, en the railway Joining the lino between Belthune and Lens.) The Allies took some German trenches in that district after a brilliant bayonet charge, In which the soldiers cnuaRod In hand-to-hand lighting. South of Ypres the Germans made a furious but Ineffectual attack In an ef fort to regain ground they had previously lost. Theso attacks, which took place ai St. Elol, two and a hnlf miles south of Tprts, were repulsed. Heav...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 2 December 1914

HmwFjgvm -. wwhufvi EVENING LBDftBB Ialt.ADELpHIA, WEDNESDAY, PECEM "H -ui xjfl X-r Xr tut " ' r-.-r-- . u , I aa? a S3 tfon. .cord Dcp Adn an rev Joou '4C Big Vs ARMHAYY UNION KEEN FOR STADIUM IN PHILADELPHIA Officers of Both Branches i gSupport Project to Have rJln. U - T I 1UV.U I iClU 1UI IVXUUslUl Outdoor Events. en Intereat In plan for a national um nnd a desire for details o( the "" to b made public tomorrow nt the An? of tho Jovlnn League at the fUl Adelphla was shown today by bus . In men and directors of fraternal or- tranltattoni and police department dlrec tors of athletics. Increased confidence In early action to Ward financing a stadium was felt fol lowing the statement of George K. Nltieclio, recorder of the University of Pennsylvania, who said ho believed there should be concerted action on the part of the University authorities, the city and tho Army and Navy Committee of prominent business men. With both tho University nnd the Army and Navy Committee united In work...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 2 December 1914

W - - KVE.JSXN "&BlJGlilt-yuXJLiAi)Jiil.JfmAt WMUNXOaDAY, l)E0.1',JttBKK 2, 11)14, 2 HK frit CITY'S POOR CALL FOR HELP IN FACE OF HARD WINTER Aid Committee Urges Im mediate Help to Relieve Conditions of Needy and Unemployed. Requests for help aro flooding the heart quarters of the Emergency Aid Commit tee and various receiving station, mid Unless Phlladclphlans como forward now many poor families here and In Europe Will hava td spend their Christmas with out a home or food. Wljcn the, cull went out for money to took the Thelma nnd Orn, city and Stalo responded 'nobly and surpassed the mounts needed, Now the calt has been sounded that will strike clcfeer home to liberal-hearted Phlladelphlans. Every day the city's list of poor and starving Incrcares, and when the belated cold weitthir sets In there will be untold misery and Buffering, charity workers say. Families that Inst year had comfortable llttlo homes nra walking the streets today, ragged, hungry and homeless. The army of t...

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. — 2 December 1914

. NI6HT EXTRA NIGHT EXTRA f-& TOli. INO. 09 PRICE ONE CENT PniliADLPniA, WEDNESDAY, JDEOiJJYLBElt 2, 1914. CortitanT, 1914, BTTrtBroMtot.rixiraCoitr.tNr. Ml ex 'an frk sar XU oti ,oo & $ rCX 5 tf&n .cor Dei Ail) n '' mi 001 i 4C f Big i w Mnir a KATSRRf? HEAVY , ---- GUNS SMASHED BY FRENCH FIRE Three Batteries Put Out of Action in Battle Near La Bassee German Trenches Captured. Berlin Admits Allios Have Made , ."Insignificant Advances," But RopOrts Capture of Important Position in Argonne. i Furious figHtiiiK soutli of Yprcs, in which both artillery and infantry have been engaged, is reported in this afternoon's official communique of the French Var Office, ft car La Bas set three German batteries of heavy artillery .were put out of action by the French Runs, and in the same dis trict the 'Alltcs took several German trenches by hand-to-hand fighting. At St. Eloi, nearer Yprcs, a vigor ous. German attack to regain Jost trenches was repulsed. At other points along the line...

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. — 2 December 1914

H32SH "''nEHffcP"" www-? s UVKWIAU JbEDUEllPHlLADELHlA, YYlilDISEHDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1014. D & & y S SOCIETY TtID , mnrrla&o of Miss Lillian M. Adler, datiRhter of Dr. and Mrs. Lowls H, Adler, 3t., to Louis Le Hoy Itepbum will take place on Thursday, liecomber 10, Instead ot January, owing to Mr. Hepburn's rapid recovery from a recent Illness. Only the Immediate families ot iho brldo and bridegroom will attend thtf cd dlnfr, owing to a recent death In Mr. Hepburn's family. Thero will be no reception. Mrs. Mary C. D. Qelsler nnnouncen (he mnr rlaeo of her daUHhler. Miss Elizabeth Dlckes Oelsler. and Henry Thornton Craven on Tiles Cay, December 1, In Germantown. Mr. nrtd Mrs. Craven will be nt home after October 1, 1915, nt 321 South ISth street. ' Miss Mary Hall l.ttlrd, debutante daughter ot Mr. nnd Mrs. Warren Towers Laird, will be the truest ot honor nt a box party which Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cobb Kennedy, of Locust street and West mttenhoilse square, will Blve Saturday nig...

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. — 2 December 1914

pf ihWiMii in fi.ir - -J - i ill itjlin'llil i fill wmmmsr "''nimijjmpw-T "WySW -"T1 - -, hfSP- w Mjfv ft 10 EVENING LEDGBB-3?H1LADELPHIA WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1014. & Ibevorking girl and her ways-useful ideas, household hints and fashions f SEtsm & Ir ft I -JS vV r.Jr-yr THE GIRL WHO WORKS By , ELLEN ADAIR v) l HllaKvn vv TtBm L - TO STENOGRAPHERS 9!nM?l?4f-,H,,CahlVS n? f thc 0r?1 cen'a' 'n the Monographer's life. To keep strong and well, to be 1m ' '?"?. .ur ? l i .b?1 f ?" ?b!Illy mcan care in lhc matter of " Hcsalth- Thc constant indulging late Darties. the eAhntr nt i l..t,o.r. I,.t.. - . ,-.l.-J f J .t. it .1 ii f . i ,. Ut.j. .r i TiD . . - """-t iuB iiicuiuu oi urcssmg in me coia weainer are an lactors in jc baKdovn o health which inevitably comes to the foolish girl who goes in for such. "oi,. I he stenographer requires a certain amount of relaxation and amusement, she should not seek it at the mTZ I ii j h rr W?r7 Thl. r'y.fn'nB" party is a source of frequent ner...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 2 December 1914

KVKiNLNa Lui,vj lull 1 liiLiAiilviii HlxV, Vv &Da JLJJA V, 1) iu C h, M i h K J, IjJU. J.i PBWi A GREAT MYSTIC HAROLD MacGRATH CCbpyrlrht, 1014, far TUroM MeOrath.) White performing as strong man in a circus, Trainor, a rough- and-ready type of man, marries Mimi Keene, a tight-rope walker, known on the bills as Mimi La France, They hate a child. To get money for a home, Trainor turns mining prospector, and after eight months of hardship, makes a rich strike in gold ore. To protect his claim, Trainor has bank attorneys draw papers leaving the mine to his wife, and, in the event of her death, to his chitd. It is understood that his j wife's brother, Keene, shall never be able to touch the property. Before Trainor can write his wife of his good fortune, he is killed by an explosion. His min ing "pal," Donovan, sets out to find the circus with, which m Trainor's widow is travelling. uonovanpnas the circus and finds Mimi, her brother, Keene, and Zudora, Trainor and Mimi's dauahter. H...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 2 December 1914

r "" J" tSVrfilS'1'' EVEtfltfG TiTfinai8TCPHILADELPHIA WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1914 12 CATHOLIC ELEVENS BATTLE FOR TITLE TODAY-MAUPOME MEETS HELM TONIGHT CATHOLIC FOOTBALL ATHLETES WHO MEET ON HOUSTON GRIDIRON THIS AFTERNOON BIG BATTLE TODAY FOR CATHOLIC CHAMPIONSHIP St. Joseph's Gridiron Team Meets Catholic High at Houston Field Great Crowd Expected and Hot Fight Is i Assured This Afternoon. V u f SJrVg"' ' V "HflJgf .rw" V t-N lol tMap Mee, . r889 Vrtrt. iTt v I metuv I un, I ra'" .vH ri .j n ci'i.. I j "" fr h rr&tei iJ lctorl FhlrfL Oft SBOr to iHS So 'A. rno"Wl "jOW ( loss th I whly 2 ertzMK lade a rontep! 3iyi Better iroJd v thf'We, ceilck r whltt I In bo BUl ma s fore trcr .; Gg& ture, 'aout y I The J l watS . thfe Taofc ""ccj 5tt coi.ar f err I jiij " Jut r nn ma we5ks rewioi' offlcfi r 4 Statistics of St. Joseph's College-Catholic High School Tcam8tWliicli Meet in Big Football Game Today v.. -it. ..i CATHOLIC IIKJH SCHOOL. jyiSufii! w! S?i"l.l8n: Aft- WW 'W Cunningha...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 2 December 1914

mmmrmmmmmmrm EVJiJiNltfG LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, Wb DIN bhDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1914, 13 HEED OF ADEQUATE POLICE PROTECTION STIRS GERIfflTOM Citizens Band Together to Ask for More Patrolmen Following Alarming Wave of Robberies. Bllrrcd to action by tlio nlarmlnff In ertaso In robberies In Gcrtnnntown re cently, the Oermantotvta nnd Chestnut Hill Improvement Association nnd the East (Jermantown Improvement Association re about to launch a campaign for better police protection. The campaign will be carried to the doors of the Councils. Present conditions are not becauso of tho inefficiency of the Qer nanlatvn and Chestnut Hill police forces, it Is said, but because of the small num ber of policemen, I An Instanco of an Inadequate forco Is pointed uut In tho lUli District. Haines Fatreet and Qormantown avenue, which Covers a total of 1GO miles of streets. At present thcro aro about 103 Dollco In that section, but those men hava to be divided into thrcu shifts and a reserve torcc. The rriorvo f...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 2 December 1914

,i ''; If) gwrr v: 73maas ' jT.i i.Mfl g3BK?a wJmLmmls:gmwi''rzrjssn2 WMm $SI&pD9F fea .j I?"- -t-lr j I iwplf EVENING LEDOKB-FHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1DU, Um U, .A fe lafll "aWS Botte turo tout h wag can Ui. Il".- : BUl 1 tha f for 1 3 ? MAY SOON PERMIT TRADING IN STOCKS ON N. Y. EXCHANGE Belief Expressed That Transactions at or Above July 30 Prices Will Be Allowed on Saturday or Monday. NEW YOItK, Dec. 2.-The flood of orders on both sides ot the market flled with the Clearing House Committee has proved too much for the Clearing House force, and n conference was held this morning following a special meeting last sight to arrange for the transfer of the work to the Stock Exchange floor under the same restrictions that govern the Clearing House trading. No announcement has ret been made, but there Is a general understanding among active Stock Exchange members that format notice will bo Issued very soon that transactions at or above July JO prices may be made on the St...

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