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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 2 December 1914

ymmwup jmfiuVimw ISVKiNlNG LlfibuUK PHILADELPHIA, VV toDh fJjJHDAY, DECEAlliKK IP 1U14, 15 .'; , . ' ri,,,.. i.i, i in, gsj,,,,, .l. .I . iiiiftui riji m laitiii.siiwiiMUMin hi., . ni SITUATIONS WANTEDFEMALE rOMAMBBRMXlD or lidy maid. cn ni a willing to travel Fhone Woodland 21)33 w. eCHAMIlWlWOnif. end wnltlni- vminir ontnntd Kb -.i.i . " ". -: -t. f .:"" -a;.--- Kti "'or, cgmp.i rois. ai iwi, imager utiles- 3LORRD elrl wishes nlaee Vundrese. nrlvata , family, reference Jones do 8. 20th st. iMPANION ill l,tV i- hrai1rrir In utIiIaw- er"e home refined and competent; reference. j mo, icugfr uincer toOK-4eobd plain cook wishes position, rrl Ijate family, or houtekeepcr; reference 2809 longer pt.) BOTTfl ienign ate. I'leaac can 3K WlihA slltlfltlnn . ltv iiFifmihi -ntlili... jlt with housework, small family; mala. !"2KI ;ff lnced ( publlo or private; sleep honi. highest reference, if 813, Ledger 1W- llsaPttttlti tAa,(iena. ul.t.. ....lilH I --- -CSV.. " luicuwiui, nitrites uuiiuviii rn...

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. — 2 December 1914

m, Hp''Tfa' TOnrpfirtr lr- -M 'H "ty NIGHT EXTRA Etmtitt NIGHT EXTRA M f y"t miM mefrner n Belf ! I. IV i NE !' pr ; rot ' mat dig' wo ) n at I, th Vl CO K ., ri'l ref J ro J '1 PI S w 3? i a Is "ft 1 VOIi. I-:NX. 60 PHILADELPHIA, WEDiNESDAT, DECEMBER 2, 1914. Cortstonr, 1814, it" mi Fdbuo Lndn Courier. PEIOE COTE CENT 7 ' - - "i SCENES AND EVENTS IN THE NEWS OF THE DAY ' STADIUM BUILT AND OWNED BY AUSTRALIAN SPORTING CLUBS This oval is particularly This photograph, which shows nearly 80.000 spectators, was (manned during, a Rucbv football came pla'ved'at Sydney. New South Wales, between the Australian and New Zealand teams for the amateur. chamnionshin of Australasia. T interesting; at this .time, inasmuch as Philadelphiansare considering a plan to' build one very much on this order. The stadium shown above was built in a natural depression, just as 'the proposed bowl in this city would be. It is constructed of concrete and will seat 75,000 persons. It cost about '$300,000. In this...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 3 December 1914

NIGHT .EXTRA NIGHT EXTPA VOL. I-NO. 70 PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1914. PRICE CttTE CEiSTT CormidnT, 10H. bt tbbPdbmo Limh CoUrANT. ALLIES REOPEN DIKES TO HALT DRIVE ON YSER PKOPOSED NEW STADIUM, MAP OF SITE AND ADVOCATES 42l SBfe fe "w"1 ""w" WBr ftr "w Wtr JesLflsL rf -aS-wvl il issSSHB s JLx iiimI in JLwfHL JJL' Jtv PLANS FOR BIG GITYSTADIUM SHOWN TODAY Four Complete Sets in Hands of Committee Cost to City Would Be Aboqt $300,000. Threatening German Ad vance From Dixmude Im peded by Extension of ! Inundated District in f Flanders tKolaor'a Big Guns Bombard Nfouport In,- Coast Advanco. Fronch Claim Gains in , Ar gonno Region. The Allies are again cutting the ' dikes along1 the Yser, according to the I official statement of the French War Office this afternoon, in order to che"ck. the German drive from Dix mude, which had assumed serious pro portions. That the Allies' lines at this point were menaced was appar ently Indicated by- the fact that heavy reinforcements have bee...

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

sgaggsmSSSSmUMfmSLi y a.. W m?mnrf wi-m-ry - . V. fWiW gRs "ymr'r&msifw- p,-- -.y 2 MVKXla ' Wix10J?--PHILAI)MLi,niA, TH I DKCEMRER 3, 1914. u MkMMhiM RAILROADS, L1VIM ON JHOPE, SAYS REA, : BED HIGHER RATES iTiifne Ripe for Suggestions ", BKAWN FROM LIFE AT RAttD TRANSIT MEETING IN MAYOR'S RECEPTION IldOM $7643,09 NEEDED AT NOON TO END BOY SCOUTS' FUND n .. .mrf ihcfivaynr tfliS, i i.v Team Leaders Confident Whole $50,000 Will Be Collected by Nightfall. Cheers Greet Reports. on instructive Legisla tion, P. R. Rs Head Tells New York Chamber of Commerce. 2-JwJi i :V ; ... V7 ; ..unvtm.-Z:. "l-.- fSj.. Kg. . - -k. .on" "ui- s't;.&w a i.i,iiij ; uvrmmi&K'mmpi&wmmimtsmaiK-'-a, -m-"" x, i W Smhs t m W$"wm;.& sKsf&l I t W.J. wSsiS'fK '' 7MSa'l5Mjt5S? vjWS4 "RM '.'Vv m 4BHkIi ftySfl? v' r.l,xi V u , fcfEW YORK, Dee. a. The principal speakers at the Chamber of Commerce meetlngr this afternoon were President Rea, of, the Pennsylvania Raj I road; Chaile Si Hamlin, Gover...

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

WpWl-W.l;K:i-s." -- 'fgH EVENING MDGEE-PHILADELPHIA', THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1915. w s 1067 BOY AND GIRL BUCKEYE CORN GROWERS INSPECTING SIGHTS OF CITY WITH MUSIC BY GIRLS' BAND PRAIRIE SCHOONER TO GO WEST ON OLD '49 TRAIL BY MOTOR CORN GROWERS OF OHIO VISITING CITY "Buckeye Corn Special" Hqrc From Washington. Agriculturists Will Spend Day Sightseeing. Clinmplon boy and girl corn growers from Ohio, numbering 1067, with some of their parents nnd other adults, making tho party's totnl 2000 persons, arrived at Broad Street Station at 6:30 o'clock this morning and will spend tho day visiting Camden Man and His Wife Will Have AU the Com forts of Home on Board in Trip to California. points of Interest In this city. The young agriculturists came to Phil adelphia via Washington, where they stopped off long enough to let two of their number, Hartley Bradwcll and El bert Ollls, present President Wilson with two white doves, tokens of the peace ho has maintained throughout his adminis tration. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 3 December 1914

" r t 'f ..'MiVi.. . - -513 "Wt.-i' uWMWUHuf"mH A ; lr. If 1 ALLIES REOPEN DYKES TO HALT DRIVE ON YSER EYEimm i;epgeb-phiuadelpb:ia Thursday, December s, ioil Cormied from Page 0n J rt was captured last August, but the Austrian were unable to hold their ,. ptlzt.. Their forces now,liowcver, - -i overrun the northern and western sections. of Scrvia. Communication - J. has been cut off with Nish, the tempo- DCl rary capital, toward which the Servian Y ttny is in retreat. Scrvia now is looking anxiously (o Russia fpr aid pledged by the Czar. Montenegrin forces have continued to advance in Bosnia, says a Cettinjc report, "which adds that a concentra tion of Austrian troops at Vishc grad has failed to cut communications between the Montenegrin and Servian forces. .1 J GERMAN ARTILLERY ASSAILS j. ALLIES ON BELGIUM COAST era w' p. fd PARIS. Bee. 8. Vigorous RAtinnnhrlan mnrb th. n..!.,. fj ing between the Allies and Germans In the, northern sphere, according to the offlela) statement of th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 3 December 1914

jgWiiimi'ySgu'inlwqM jjgygfi., ul.,.u. m,f. wmt,. ...nngmu.Tg EVENING LEDGER-PHIL'ADBLPHIX THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1914. . iPPETIMG MEATS FORM FIE EXHIBIT AT TERMINAL SHOW ancy "Culs," Appropriately Arranged, Attract Hun dreds on Second Day of Market Food Exposition. r'Cah jou Rive me a half-pound of bacon Sliced very thin?" "Yes madam, 60 slices to the Inch, If you tvant It that thin, but SO will be fftlihnl rich I T Hilnh. A holf-nound did IVoil MLVV1 jj"Tcs, but., how In the world can ycu IWItli the shifting of a lever and the pressing of n button a. brlsht, smooth running machine begins to slice delicate slrlps of meat from a side of bacon. In Si moment It Is completed, the" half Sound lies neatly piled up on a fresh ptcco of wax paper. "There you are madam. Yes, 12 cents, jHhank you." iTlils conversation was overheard today Ki the Heading Terminal Market, the sec Kno.day oCthe Annual Food Exposition. ITod.-iV Is "Fresh Meal Day" and many of tho mcat dealers arc offering their cho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 3 December 1914

"PteliB ( I t S. !ll Mt A 1 hs'' ri ft K Ion end Te woe bruk mam f Dt Val arm' l uata B on Nil. This I drove, l t B Btayots'Af IF 1K It I fronULS yvHiwM . . rruiea it Msb, B res bre hy thi Ea the ad jrcusfi i feripJg&i in if P-A-epar SB M , rt B 1 EVENING LEDGER-PHIKADELPHIA", THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1012. an "BUSINGS INTEREST" OF COUMLMEN NOT , FOR GOOD HOUSING "Otir IVlrmhprc. nf Pnmmiftun Are Engaged in Building, Contracting and Real Estate. 63D CONGRESS GAVE SCANT ATTENTION TO WOMEN'S INTERESTS Of the 21 members of the Joint Commit tee gn rirmlieo of Councils whose olps will decide whether, the r"or of the ten ements will have more light, more nlc nil better living conditions, four Council men nro engaged In the, building, con tract and real estate business , Thcso Councllmen nre. .sBelect Councilman John J. McKlnlev. Jr?, of the 33d Ward. Itc U a contractor. Select Councilman Albert D 1'rcfon Ulne. of tho 3Sth .Waul, lie It a. rcnl atato broker. s Seloct Councilman William .1...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 3 December 1914

IB SiW ifflP rP Bp JPs uiiijii) imimmimmmzm EVENING LEDGER-PHIL'ADELPHJ, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 191; i NEW DEMOCRATIC ' CITY COMMITTEE TO FIGHT OLD GUARD Reorganizes Plan Forma tion of Separate Body With View of Eliminating Biparti'sanism. Iho first Aiovo by the reorsiuilzaUon Democrats to) carry the fight against tha Old Guard faction In the municipal campaign o$ next year, by establishing an Independent Democratic City Com mittee In Philadelphia, Was made last lilUit at, a. meeting of reorganization ucrkers irom 40 wards, hold In tho head quarters! of tho former Palmer-McCor-mlck L;ubuc, at 135 South Broad street A rehabilitation of tho Democratic; party Wjas tho slogan of the meeting. A permanent organization was formed to carry ',n the work that was begun by the lcaguo In tho lust campaign toward eliminating tho power of tho Old Guard City Committee and purclns tho Demo cratic party in Philadelphia of blpar tlaanlsni. .."The Progressive Democratic Organi sation Committee of Phila...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 3 December 1914

W , tIMRH GBWi r ! is I B R s ST H 'J Singer c PUBLIC LEDGER COMpanv CTflfrfl 1 V nirn-rtM n it. rt.?!?1. ,,'S"rel,ry ,ohBC' '"". Treasurer I CJiarles II tudlngten. Philip S Collins. John 1J WIU T' v L"' "'rector!!. j3,V EDITOrUALIJOARDl 53L """H KCoitts. Chairman PPfgl-y- "ALEr Hxecutlve Editor Sv I jM MATtf IN Qtneral Hualno., Manager CC f Published dally at JPtiiMo txoan Building, 1 1 w Independence Square, Philadelphia. I AttStnr"1" Broad and Chestnut Street- CitimIS " .V.1!?'' Metropolitan Tower Lovm,: ','M ',81,T ""7" Jnumtic Building IjOVMN -8 Waterloo Date, Tall Mall, S W. NEWSDUnnAUSj "" " 3-i Hue Louis le Qrani sunscmnioNTEnMs 13liZ&":'Jl&J3WV'U EVENING LEDGERHIIiADECTHIX" THURSDAY. DEQEMBim 3, WZ 8t7 flowed In, It is tt recent date. It hns no ancient prides. It has only present Interests. Its energies nro not monopolized In past giories. it na not crippled Itself with tra ditions. Its energies nro free nnd ready for work Tho old clement Is too arrogant to govern l...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 3 December 1914

BlkSI !tul,""'ii IP(W -mmmmevm&gimfm Ppui'MIWfPi"" ,J -ss SMS. , i ,,.... -, ,--, to,...,.,,! i TNVlTATlCKs'S hava been Issued for a sub X scrlptlon mnsauefiiOe dance nml supper Which will be helil on Thursday cvenlns, De cnmtier 31, At 9 o'clock, at the V'lilln.ielphla Cricket Club. Tlie'eorflmlttee In charge or the iIaiicc Includes Slw. tlcorge 0. Thomas, Alls. Clement ttceves Wninwrlght and Mrs. John II. AVhlttnker. Mis, Samuel 'I& Carpenter has chanc-d the' flnlo for the tea which she will give for her two (lnJBhtOs from December !1 to Decem ber a Mis. H. M. McKlwce. of 1JM Spruce street, ehtqrtalneil the 600 club of which she Is a mem ber nt her home last evening. '' The Broup ot JO couples of tinned s nrrnnced 1 'by Mrs. Mahlon N. Kline, representing the Jlu3h Hospital, which will be one of the four pets In the opening feature of the 3Mh annual Charity Ball, to bo held at the Academy of Music December 10, are being carefully trained by Charlca S. Morgan to exhibit the ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 3 December 1914

l TWrwtmmip' WlM wif ' ilill I" immHrlMWW o WjMM.'gj'lj'.ij jtgyrtimjuwnii 10 1 EVENING LEDGER-PHIL'APELTH'JX THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, iai. 1 1 .QR THE WOMAN ANDTHE HOUSEHOLD-FASHIONS HELPFUL HINTS AND ARTICLES Bt 1 SSTT, a M - . THE GIRL WHO WORKS By - ELLEN AbAJR V) m3BS JnwMHH -vv HELP WANTED "mwiumWBWMTai 3-, 'II Ifll mm TH rk TO STENOGRAPHERS - .- , 4iwuik iiiuubi ivi u sciii lu iiiaiiiidiii nisi iiir rnrrrrr nrnninr imifirn iha .!.. . t... re stenT8faPhe.r' m Particular, must use tact and discrc ti'on in her manner toward the other men workers in the 1 U i " j'j 3S ?!CnllaI l0 b. PIite nnd decorous as it is to be dignified and self-possessed. AH extremes should be avoided, and manv a nirl stennarnnhrr. m lnr nnviVtv tn rr.-.;i,; it,. u, .:. .j. i t and has only succeeded in being overstiff and somewhat disagreeable in manner. This is a pity, and gives a per- avwiijr laisc iJUfJlCSSlun Many stenographers suffer from excessive shyness. A cure for this is not easily found, but the s...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 3 December 1914

!MfWpil)W?iPpjiti4llIWiWJW tm mmmmHuimut Wff-J.lifriu )t K VEXING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER H, 1014. 11 A GREAT MYSTIC 3y HAROLD MacGRATH (Copyrlght, 10H, by Harold McOralh.) SYNOPSIS Zudora is left an orphan at an early age. Her father is kilted in n gold mine he has discovered. Half an hour after learning of the death of her husband, Zudora's mother a tight-rope walker with a circus is stricken with vertigo, falts- and is killed. Zudora and the fortune front the mine, which grows to be worth $$0,000,000, are left in the guardianship of Frank Kcene. brother of Zudora's mother. Zu dora, giving promise of great beauty, reaches the age of 18. The uncte, who has eel himself up as a Hindu mystic and is known as Hassam. Ali, determines in his greed thqt Zudora must die before she can have a chance to come into her wealth, so that it will be left to him. CHAPTfiR I-'Contlnued.v THE MYSTERY OB' THE SPOTTED COLLAIl. He hid his hand upon her dark head, but he did not look down ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 3 December 1914

wmiiJUii hb' "--w-- ' juBUPW i mu '. 1 1 ii iiwlWDpin mlil(WiyIIKl '" ' 'HU'i' ' ' - - - - HyiliipK . "fTiPV J 'S 12 EVENING LEDGEB-PHlUADELPHrX THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1914;. REFEREE TO. S. LANGFORD SAYS FOOTBALL SEASON JUST CLOSED WAS UNIOUE ONE i i i. V II r LATERAL PASS A SUCCESS, Referee of 'Army and Navy Game Maintains Strong , Defense Makes Straight Use Believes Present ,' By WILLIAM S. LANGFORD Referee or. Armj-Navy Same. The football season which has Just cloned -was, In many respects, unlyuo In tho history of the sport. Probably no playing season has pro dined more development In methods of advancing the ball, and, perforce, of guarding against the varied styles of at tack. This Is due, ln.no small degree, to tho fact that for tho past three years tho playing; code has remained practically un changed In Us Important particulars. The development of a football team Is a alow process, and It requires not only proper material, but time, study, experi ment and Interminable practi...

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. — 3 December 1914

mmmvmrw?a&!mms't SSSISZH&fHUS EVENING IEDGER-PHIIiADELTHItf, THTTRBMY, DECEMBER Sf, 191'L 13 uwwwifwi UNIFORM TEACHERS?' 'RY NO MEANS,' SAY 7HEIR CHAMPIONS 'Women Instructors Do Not Dress Immodestly and Are Among the "Finest," Ad mirers Declare. "Philadelphia public school tmcliorn nre Bite, sane and sensible. Their dress Is far from being .Immodest, Is becoming and appropriate, and as a body the learn ers nre anions tho finest. The plan to' puj high school teachers In uniform, as BiiRRested by President Charles 13. Tny ; lor, president of the Newark Hoard of Education, wilt never meet with favor In this city.' Thotforegotng seems to bo tho consensus for opinion as expressed today by persons familiar with Philadelphia schools. All I agree there may be exception, nnd say In a. large' body ot several thousand teach ers a few, a. very few, may be careless bout their dress. Mr. Taylor declared the modern teach- t'i, and especially the high school tcacli- Ur's dress was extremely...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 3 December 1914

JPF1 14 EVENING LEDGEH-r-PHIUADEtPHIA", THURSDAY, DE OB MB MB 3, 1912, & i m i t'i l-x INVESTORS' BUYING CAUSED INCREASED :. ACTIVITY IN N. Y. inquiry Assumes Large Pro portions Bonds, Short term Notes and Public Utilities in Demand. NEW yoniC, Dec. 3. Increased nc llvlty wns Bhown nil through the Wall street district today. A new feature wns Hint nearly nil the buying of bonds on the Stock Kxchnnse floor, short-term note unit public utilities was for Invest ment account. The Investment demand has assumed the largfl proportions. Short-term note dealers arc Hooded with buying orders from numerous sources, and the dividend paying public utilities nre In brisk de mand at steadily ndvnnclntr prices. It Is hard to execute buying orders, bow ever, as holders refuse to part with their holdings, even at substantial advances In bids. An Instance Is the fact that St. Joseph's Heat and Power notes, offered by a Philadelphia Arm at 0V4. are now bid for at the offering price. That spirit of ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 3 December 1914

""W! 'pwiWWwiu.j-.JiMWil''li'IiiWii nil' ..iUMjJliw tunHjB'.M KVKNING LEDGER rmiiAPELPHIA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1914. i. X5 ?S??WpWI PLEA FOR CfirhSREN OF THE POOR MADE BY AID COMMITTEE Shoes and Clothing Needed as Well as Money to Pur chase Food for Young Suf ferers. Contributions to the Emergency Aid Committee' home relief anil HeUlan re lief funds rAntlnUfc to crtna ,ln. but slowly, and It was announced this moruluH more money, clothing and food must bo given at once If conditions nre to be bettered motiR the stricken of riilladilplila and Kurope. Numerous canen of chlldicn walklnc tho streets nlthout shoes or stockliifts woro found, nnd many of these cases have been attended to. Now, however, thn shoe supply Is low and tliete Is not ehrfiiBh money left to purchase Wore It In ono houso thero uns a family of foui U children, rnngltiR In npe from 4 ymra to II years. Tho little Bin, it yearn om, nnn to remain In tho house and cannot ru to work bccailso she 1ms no shoes Another moot...

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

rt!ltee&assa.Bii(yff. NIGHT EXTRA lb uetim NIGHT EXTRA w IHfM-'" ZwvwK 4Ag&.r . m r vw. I) f vol. 4 so. to PHILADELPHIA, '.rilUJKSDAX, DECEMBER 3, 1914. CortjionT. 1014, r maPcsLto Ledoct Commmt. PEIOB ONB OEM PERSONS AND EVENTS IN THE NEWS OF THE DAY AS PORTRAYED BY THE QUICK EYE OF THE CAMERA , - , . i , , ! '"- Photo by Underwood Underwood. GENERAL VON HINDENBURG, THE LION OF GERMANY His face is a war map in itself. This portrait of the newly created Field Marshal has just been received in this country. His defense of the East Prussian frontier has made him a hero in the eyes of thcGerman people. His name is heard everywhere. ATTORNEY GENERAL JOHN C. BELL One of the best known of Philadelphians snap-shotted when out for a walk. He covers the ground with a free stride. Gossip is already rife as to his possible successor at Harrisburg. ' Phntn ti tlndr4vnnd J& TfnilepivnmVi' PRINCE OF WALES OFF TO THE FRONT The dearest wish of the Prince of Wales, to go to the battle li...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 4 December 1914

iwri -v igwygig!WljCirlai-'' PWpi NIGHT EXTRA NIGHT RXTT?A VOL. I-NO. 71 PUILADEIjPHTA, rillDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1014. PRICE ONE CENT Cert slant, 1014, i ine rctuo Lxtxin Conr.Ni. TV ALLIES THROW BACK INFANTRY DMEATYPRES Germans, However, Report Repulse of Counter At tack at Same Point on Flanders Front. French Begin Now Advance in Alsace, Where Battlo for Pos session . of Muelhauson and Altkirch 13 Raging. The nrincioal fiBlitiue in West Flanders is now centreing in the vi cinity of Yprcs, where both Allies and Germans have made attacks, appar ently without achieving any con spicuous success. The Paris War Office's, official statement issued this afternoon declares that German infan try attacks in that region have been repulsed, while the report of the Ger man General Staff, issued in Berlin, declares that attempted advances by the Allies have been thrown back. Paris reports little activity else where on the line, except in the Ar Bonne, where attacks by the German infantry have failed...

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

ffisytesaaisi Mwiwwarpwi.'j-v'- sjfiap'JibBfiua -T! ; 2 EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, DEOEMBER 4, 1914. - -Bc-i I E W. D. DISSTON FILES COMPLAINT AGAINST INCREASE OF RATES Head of Large Saw Manu facturing Concern Protests in the Name of 3500 Em ployes. i "William D. Dlsaton, vice president of Kenry plsston & Bona, saw manufactur ers, of Tacony, today Died a letter of pro test against the proposed passenger rate Increase by tho railroads with the Penn sylvania Public Service Commission at Hafflah,urg. Mr. Dlsston stnted that a largo number of the 3S00 employes of the plant have been Using the worklngmen'B tickets, ' and under tho proposal of tho railroads their expenses Will be greatly Increased. ANOTHER PROTEST V, A. Burchard, secretary-treasurer of Meadvlllo Council, No. 301, United Com mercial Travelers, writes In objecting to the proposed Increase: "The railroads of this country are mak ing a strong; appeal to the Interstate Com merce Commission to Incrcaso tho charges...

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