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

PfHPfSi9W?"" EVENING LEDGE it PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 19J i T i.r i.. it. i iii i i- -i yjwwiMWpwiwwwiyi'WWiWJw JiWs CHRISTMAS JAMS FINE ON A TABLE, : BUT NOT IN STORE Early Shoppers, Like Prover bial Bird, Have First Choice of Gifts and Es cape Big Crowds. To obvious advocates of tho shop enrly crusade stopped nt n 60-ccnt tnblo In onu of the shops where hnd been placed a conglomerate collection of articles de signed especially to catch the eye of the Christmas shopper. There were many tasty, dainty gltts among them, but tho women with the un failing Instinct that some people have, pounced upon tho vera ugliest In the group, Ono picked up a glaring red to mato made of china, the purpose of which fas to hold pins. The other selected a fcnemlcnl glass tube orfulr disguised In a I afcehoted drc of gras3 green a hat-pin ( holder "The very thing for llnry," said woman No. 1. ' '.And sco what I've got for GwoAoldcn," said No. 2. "Poor Mary, poor Gwonolden," said a pisscrbyj "bu...

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. — 4 December 1914

ismam- xitmumssr- " jWHHtjg,., , w-" timpnfi. ' -wi,jsj. '""jftB twnff &m$mfiW" jmr-; rSHSpC 9" 0W- rf--! sfSSW-f r p'rarje,T' V EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, PBIDAY, DECEMBER , 1914, a m Cha Ttcadll roads! crmitj posinn tatlnnl commu will rl by the tnltteel oclatfl at 141 Tha the ars the fori Public day, wi nearly I cJntlong dlstaniK awa joint cMl lion oil most irlr 1 no worked lit .mo ; "And rnllroajK, for theS? ventur f tney a rates in aay the; ottemp Ins att method! "Our Incrtns ivlvanL before t stun. I we wilt "Willi ward V nranodei ConimerSp yeslerdaSB Commu the com; their ap; "Willi hearlnir. IrformatM; taken. xolnfft ,toj Attorne: that tha the evtd' aplracy ror e Jrsey: to atrong The central terdax ana over portion Canada 1 1 revolt iondltton the tklei djmurbanl cestrftj Iaa cauaJ rains that hlo Atlantic tt J o ani Summ, PKffi suuitmti Aiustoft. ItiaCft, ivtii UWk4 j -uuJivlIU, $a-em it. istiii ALLIES THROW BACK INFANTRY AT YPRES Caniinaed trom Psite Ono have been massed ...

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. — 4 December 1914

B . ( v fp EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1014. & Spp ; fffl r MANY GOUNCILMEN FAVOR ERECTION OF MUNICIPALSTADIOM John P. Connelly and Presi dents of Both Legislative Branches Among Those Expressing Enthusiasm. Quick action by Counclti to provide for erection of the great municipal stadium here, according- to plana outlined by E. J. Dcrlet, at the Jovian League' meeting In the hotel Adelphla yesterday. Is for ihndowed by the kindly feeling of many Councllmen toward the proje.t. John P. Connelly, chairman of the Finance Committee, whose approval will go far toward assuring favorable notion on the stndlum ordinance; George Mc Curdy, president of Common Council, and Harry C, Ranaley, president of Select Council, woro among those who declared themselves heartily In favor of building the stadium. According to Mr Berlet, an ordlnanco providing funds for the stadium will be Introduced in Councils within a few weeks. NATURE OP THE PLANS. ' These plans for the atadlum p...

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. — 4 December 1914

1 J3fTe"-i, " 'JJ,J'J jtjfiyWipyii: wj: "t- . ' -jdr "--''UllBlijr rt ts-Vi ?-Sl&84f,is - y - v.- - mnniMiiMiniiiinriT i 7ir rniffirrfTTfiirifffiBijij gjtei'!''!rif'ri'f r 'tiPW"' '' " I i i Ii riL ti ' " " '' BENEFIT GOHMf S SUCCESS ASSURED BY GREAT ARTISTS -,,.,ii . A Schumann-Hcink, Godow sky and Cornfeld to Be Heard Tonight: at the Metropolitan. Jlodame Schumann-ttotnk will gins to '" nlsh't at the concert for the benefit of tho Home Relief, French. Auatro-Hun-garlan und German funds of tho Emer gency Aid Committee at tho Metropoli tan Opera House. Many boxhotdera hnvo retained their boxes at the Opera House for the coqcoH. It In announced that Dr. Conatanlln Theodor Dumba, Ambassador to the United States from Auatro-Hun-tnry, has nccepted nn Invitation to attend.- Tho program Is of great enough In terest to attract music lovers quite npart from the benevolent nature of the enter prise. Leopold Ood.owsky has made him self one of the foremost pianists known to Americans In th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 4 December 1914

WrmwWtrfW'WmViimmM IWWWWMi mil 'ip.pjH!!iJU,) 'a;.i iwpBpiw'i.n jiimyw.i EVENING LELuEll PHILADELPHIA, FBIDAY. DEOEMBEJi 4, 1914. BLAME CODNCILMEN FOR FILTH VICTIMS, IS APPEAL OF BISHOP The Rt. Rev. Thomas J( Garland Declares Those Responsible for Tenement Coidlticms Should Pay Penalty. How Bishop Suffragan Garland, of lh Protestant Episcopal Dloceso of I'ennsyl. ran I (i, was snubbed by Councils Finance Committee when he pleaded for a chance to discuss living conditions anions the poor of tho tenements, became known to day. The request of Bishop Garland was made last sUlnmcr In a wrlttencommunlcatlon. ator ho telephoned. Both requests were gnurcd. Bishop Garland today made an Impas sioned plea In behalf of persons who live tn tho Insanitary tenements and urged an Appropriation by Councils' Finance Com mittee for the new Division of Housing and Sanitation. Two more Select Councllmen today de clared they wquld vote against tho Divi sion of Houslns and Sanitation. This de partment 'wa...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 4 December 1914

". vf f mi i 8 turning giE& SEWw I'UfltIG LEDGER COMPANY crnus h. tc cunTia, rassiDSJsr. Gee. W. Och. Secretary! John C. Martin, TreaeurerJ Charles It. Ludlngton, rhlllp S. Colllni, John I). Wil liams, Director!, " EDITORIAL COAIID t Ctaos It K. Otitis, Chairman. P. n. WHALEY Bvteullre PJItor JQMttC MAltTIN General nnelnees Manater Published dallr at 1'LMta LEMtn Building, Independence Square, Philadelphia. Ltcats CsxrniL , , Broad and Chestnut Street Atlantic Cur, .Frets-Union Dulldlnc Nr.w Totit i. 170-A. Metropolitan Tower Cmoiso , .. ..817 Heme lnmirance tiulldlnir London 8 Waterloo Flaee, Tall Mall, S. TV. NEWSDUIlEAfS! Itrminrno Ilraric ..... The ralrtot ItulMlnir Washington nvsiAU ,,., .,, The Poet llulldlnx Nan Tokk ncr.EAO. . .. .....The rimea nullities Until Ji-jbtuu , bo Frledr!chtraM Iinpon Mtticiu ... 2 Tall Mall Kn.t, H, W. I'aris Huiead... 33 Rue Loula le Urand suns cnirnoxTEnM s By carrier, Dailt Out, elxcenli. Bs mall postpaid c-utslde of Philadelphia, except wh...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 4 December 1914

EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1914. i 9 qp . ,- '- - ' - ' H I.I M lM..WAili.m)li MiWmm COMMANDER AND MRS. EDWARDS P. t.EIt'EIt wilt entertain at dinner In honor of Miss Jean Bullitt, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Logan M. Bullitt, on Thursday night December 31, before the. dance which will bo given by Mr, and Mrs. Henry Drlnlon Coxe for their daughter, Miss' Ruth Coxe, at tho Bellevue Stratford. The wedding of Miss Marls I... Walsh and Louis C. Madeira, 3d, will take placo very quiet ly on Friday afternoon, December , 11, at 4 o'clock, at the home of Miss Welsh's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry T. Dixon. Miss WcIbIi will bo attended by her sister. Miss Emily I. Welsh, and Percy C. Madeira, Jr., will be his brother's best man. Miss Welsh Is tho daughter of the late Samuel Welsh ntid a nleco of Mrs. Archibald Thomson nnd Mrs. William Twells Tiers. Mr. Madeira Is the son of 1'crcy C. Madeira. His mother, who died a number of years ago, was Miss Marie V. Marie, of New York. M...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 4 December 1914

i-ijiJi.i.tMfiM. IPjofiW'.'iji'ggj'v ''''''wsBg rgtp5)wpwi' 10 EVENING LEDGEB-PHILABELPHIA, FRIDAY, DEOEMBEB 4, 1914. r ti c c tl til h in tat go. A rid th S n WOMAN AND: HER WAYS-PROBLEMS O'F THE WORKING GIRL AND THE Sfsrvr a jjhm? THE The wise slenosuanher will start on undue extravagance. No matter KBBMF prove "worth while." Cultivate the habit of laying aside a certain proportion of your salary each week arid adhere to this religiously. It is surprising how soon the money will mount up. The habit of saving can be acquired. It may seem distasteful .at first to the extravagant girl, but its wisdom cannot be ques'tioned. The spending of money oh use'ess and frequently absurd trifles is a perfect mania with a certain type of foolish damsel. Nothing is more demoralizing than unnecessary wastefulness in the matter of a hard- earned saiaYy. Sooner or later the day will come when the extravagant girl will bitterly regret her folly. Start today and see about opening that account with the...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 4 December 1914

BH mmmmmmmmmm. TOrW 1 1 EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1914. 11 i. i i , , , , . A GREAT MYSTIC STORYg HAROLD MacGRATHSMHL I (.Copyright, MH, by Harold McOralh.) ! SYNOPSIS T Zudora is fat an orphan at'an 1 aWj apo. or father is killed in i a poW j?it'no ie ias discovered. Half an hour after learning of the death of her htutband, Zudora's 1 mother a tightrope walker with i a circus fa stricken ivith vertigo, falls and is killed. Zudora and the fortune from the mine) which grows to be worth tSO.000,000, are left in the guardianship of Frank Keene, brother of Zudora's mother. Zu dora, giving promise of great beauty, reaches the age of 18. The uncle, who has set himself up as a Hindu mystic and fa known as Hassam Alt, determines in his greed that Zudora must die before she can have a chance to come into her wealth, so that it will be left to him. ' Hassam prevails upon the girl to lcp,ve her money in his hands for three years more and to say nothing to any one about t...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 4 December 1914

gTrga aaatj'rimif ft)fn!ji n-jW i imijm spss- n EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, DEOESIBER 4, 1914. iol eal Ml Ft;... SCI " JOHNSON'S WALTER JOHNSON'S JUMP IS TALK OF BASEBALL WORLD Great Pitcher, Who Will Play Wtih Chicago Fed erals, Likely to Precipitate Another Bitter Fight. WASHINGTON. D. C, Dec. -".-Walter Johnion wilt not play with th Chicago Federals without a fight by organized baseball. Thla wa declared today by Hansg-er Clark OrlflUh, of the American League Nationals. The Washington Club today began preparing a. light In the eourts lor Johnson's services. "A clause In Johnson's 1914 oontract Is going to prevent him from playing with the Chicago Federals." Ortmth declared. A fight in the courts to the bitter end was promised by Qrtmth. A "string" to Johnson's salary contract this year upon which the Washington Club will bass lta legal action was di vulged today for the first time by Grimth. He said Johnson signed last spring for 12,CC0. -but that he was paid only 19800,...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 4 December 1914

mm EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1914. 13 MEAGRE EARNINGS OF WORKING GIRLS IN BIG INDUSTRIES Privations Necessary in Mak ing Weekly Wage Cover the Absolute Cost of Living. Philadelphia's Army of working glrls tho wage-earners Is a more fortunate body of tollers than Its sister workers In New York city, according: to statistics of tho Department of Trade Studies of the Consumers' League of Eastern Penn sylvania and tho findings of tho New York State Factory Investigating Com mission. Tho latter organization Is In stituting nn Inquiry Into tho wage and living conditions among girls In New York. Mora than half of the 15.000 girl em ployes Investigated by tho commission In New York city recelvo less than N BO a week. A corresponding "biidgot." com piled by the Consumers' League, shows tho Philadelphia girl's average to bo 17.10 a week. In splto of this welcome SO cents ex cess which the Philadelphia working girl possesses, she, like her New York sister, must pinch her...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 4 December 1914

Wljtnju3ii'gg -tfHpaoam-i4.n.. .,,y , 3i -7 ht - tt ' i" 1 .3B&&,; - SJJpfjTMffMJPiB 9 Vi flS f 34 ml tc ti an Cli m SOI tilt as e raJi 11 14 ROCK ISLAND BONDS STRONG IN TRADING ON N. Y. EXCHANGE Talk of Opposition to Wal lace Committee Thought to Be Responsible for Ad vance. NEW YORK, Dee. 4.-Further evidence Of the expansion of Investment demand And of Increasing confidence was fur t nlshed In tlio bond trading on the floor of the exchango today. Transactions dur ing the morning were the largest of any simitar period slifco the exchange re opened on last Saturday. features of the trading were Rock Island Issues, which were strong. The refunding 43, after opening tit 66, ad vanced to SS. The Ss. which opened at Si, U above last night's closing, went to KM during the morning, reacting to 8; Just before noon. The advance In the Issues was thought to bo caused by buying of Interests which are opposed to the Wallace Committee, which Is calling for deposits of the re funding is ...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 4 December 1914

esp-aW wiWPwwiw wwmmmmmwiwwi EV-b-slliG Lis,, IAI PHILADELPHIA. I'liilY, 1I i L, 1 LR 4, 1914. 15 ww-fluppppi I CATHOLIC CLUBS WlLIi CONTEST tElocutlonary Preliminary in St. Michael's Hall. Representatives of clubs east of Brctad street In the Catholic Young Men'a Arch diocesan Union wilt compete tonight In Bt. Michael's Hnll, 2d street below JefTer eon, In a preliminary elocutionary contest. Clubs west of Urond street will compete next Friday night In the parish hall of the Church of the Most Precious Blood, 28th and Diamond streets. The dual between the winners In the sectional contests will bo held January 15 In the Catholic Girls' High Bchool, 18th and Wood streets. ', Ethical Culture Bazaar Today Afternoon ten will be served from 4 to 5 o'clock and dancing will follow In order this cvfnln.tr at the bazaar Riven louay unaer mo auspices or tne women s Club; of the Society for Kthlcnl Culture, At Jumper and Spruce streets. The ba- xaar Is being held for the benefit of the building...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 4 December 1914

PSEBSSSsT wi.mi.--i..iili,iWJ nntna a j-4uTe''.-Ts53;s5Ktt:'s ffijiiini i' Tii ssBeaxsa niflftWi---' "' '"nwa;n 777iF''rw""r j y! NIGHT EXTRA NIGHT EXTRA Pjr itwenttt Hefner .- A - TBIOH ON3D CENT V u C 5 i m feHjP srCsL1 5" VOL. lNO. 71 PUHiADBIiPIIIA, FRIDAY, DEOEMBBB 4, 1914. Comionr, M14, si im Potto i.tson Coutixt. PERSONS AND EVENTS IN THE NEWS OF THE DAY AS PORTRAYED BY THE QUICK EYE OF THE CAMERA A TORPEDO LIKE THIS COSTS THE UNITED 8TATES $7500 TO FIRE KINO GEORGE GOES TO THE pjMwJWter.. ', " '. 'fjfv ' - ."'' '4i ' 5 '. f 9H I This Dtcturo is of interest just now because of the part played by torpedoes in the present war and FIRING LINE Pl!SHI!lKaiHB., ' '-f? 4 ',:' Aj ; ' V - ssJiH 1 the discussion' on the preparedness of American coast defenses. 'SaaKjyJgggggj Vt"' -- $ ''.' ',..,', ,' &ImH g ? i A PHILADELPHIA DREAM AND THE PROGRESS BEING MADE TOWARD ITS REALIZATION uu ., - -i J--ii - , -ii irjtt iLt: rro&i& i2S, buffi - JUto UuT m 4, -' i;udiW tU " www W . ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 5 December 1914

wy- 4iwfflMwu'iwwi f ..waapiji ISIpfl ' A4W" ee9Si iimiMJwnimmn fir" imtm NIGHT EXTRA NIGHT EXTRA r VOL. Iw-NO. 72 PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1914. PRICE ONE CENT CormonT, 10H, r tub ronno Ltroti Courtier, i$tmommfmwi ALLIES CARRY 1 DOUBLE LINE OF TRENCHES Infantry Charge on the Lys I Wins Important Positions. I Gains Made in the Ar- V gonne. French Advnnco Into Upper AI saco, Moots Dospornto Resist ance Groat Battlo Developing Noar Altkiroh. The capture of two lines of trenches on the River Lys by the French infantry is announced in the Paris War Office's statement issued this afternoon. It is admitted that the gain is small, amounting to but a third of a mile, but this success shows that the Allies' offensive movement in the north is well under way. Further gains between Dix mude and Ypres, are also announced, and in the Argonne, where the fight ing has been particularly fierce, Ger man trenches have been taken at the point of the bayonet. A big battle is developing along...

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. — 5 December 1914

nii in ii mil i ilu '" Jirirmn ipiiii J.iiii 1 1 1 1 n n niSi 'WiiiilliULJim) iliH' 2 EVENING- LlEBGER-PHIEABELPnXA SATURDAY, DECEMBER -ff, . S014. n. ft I: VII trw. mMfc C0UMLS' LEADERS APPROVE PROJECT FOR BIG STADIUM 'Proposed Ordinance Assur ing Municipal "Bowl" Has Support of Presidents of Both Branches. With the Army and Navy Committee Working out final details of the plan (or ft ereat municipal atadlum, early steps to Insure building the stadium are ex pected. An - ordinance providing for the sta dium will tie Introduced at the next meeting of Councils on December 17, .areprdlng to E. J. Berlet, who disclosed ' .plans -for tht project at the meeting of the Uovlftn League Thursday In the Hotel Adelp'tita. Harry C. Itansley, president of Select Council dcorgo McCurdy, president of Common Council: John V. Connelly, chairman of the Finance Com mittee, and other Influential Councllmeii huvii expressed their approval of tho stadium plan. Mr.' Berlet today expressed himself pleased w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 5 December 1914

PPWPB wffHPW 0$ "WWPW'' tyAKW ll PfPfPW EVENING LEDGEBPHlADELPHIA SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, T9T3; -g IWnJlv DEFINITE PLEAS , OUTLINED FOR RATE HEARING Commuters' Case Will Be Based on Three Definite Charges R. R. Heads Silent on Discrimination. Threo clearly defined and distinct points tipou which tho passenger rate Increase, pronosed by the railroads wilt bo com baled before the Pennsylvania Public Service Commission here next Thursday wore agreed upon UiIb morning at a meet Ins of tho Joint transportation and subur ban corrfmltteo of tho United Business Men's Association In tho ofllco of Udward IS. Martin, chairman. First, It wilt bo shown that Philadelphia lias bcon tho victim of unusual discrimi nation on tho part of tho railroads In that, .wllllo n general rise In passenger tariffs MS beon pronosed throughout tho Bast, tho Increase In commutation service Is directed particularly against Philadelphia and not against. Now York and other cities, Second, attornoys for tho Joint commit ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 5 December 1914

w- sw(pwi iri m i mmmmaammuutmmM .!; w itH im&wmmQtoNtH&Hm ' ' m w -"MRf " "Tm'SS?'wr5' pwr5j4"H Willi 'ii ii''l ' V f "' " ijaph WlFMaFWlP1W WP'iW X EVENING EEBaEB-PHIEAPErPHlX 'SATUBDAY DEO EMBER 5, 1013. ..... I, mf I..JIHH i.i.iiiinin ' - i'ii i i - ii . .1 ill i I. ifiri m.frsn ' r ....... i . i ....-. -i ,n ,. i a. 1 . .. m " W"te - "T WTmfpjn-iK - " ALLIES DRIVE GERMANS FROM TWO FRENCH LINES Continued from Fairs One pushing sbuth in Servia. Formal fiessess'iort of Mrlefade was taken yes terday with lnucli ceremony. Turkish troops in a fierce drive upon Uatum, on the Black Sea, have routed the Russian fences, wtio arc in flight, says n Constantinople dis patch. The Turks have reached a FRENCH INFANTRY CHARGE CAPTURES GERMAN TRENCHES PARIS, Dee. 6. Successful results of tho ofT6nslvo op erations by the Allien In the north are announced In the ofilclnt communique Is sued here this afternoon, tt states that appreciable progress hns been mndc ngalnst the Germans north ot t...

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

wwwiipipwi;piiuiiiMLi':i KiiAiuni i iijju' JuiawwwwiipiaiiiagpHii wp" -"-iwmw uummmww ""ywy EVENING LEDGER-FHIEADETJPHIft, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1914. n SATURDAY REVIEW OF EVENTS OF THE COURSE OF THE s EUROPEAN WAR Battles on Land and Sea, and the Week's Effect on the General Situation. Tho enpture of Belgrade has been the most Important event of tho week In tho great European war. This Is fraught with tremendous consequences to the Serbs, whose land is In petit of completo Bub Jugatlon by tho Austrian. Itcsiimptlon of the offensive by tho Germans, who havo been reinforced, and who escaped a Russian enveloping movement, ,char' scterlzes operations In tho eastern field, nhorc, however, tho Russians claim ad vantages In the actual fighting-. Along the Franco-Belgian line, from tho North Sea to Alaocc, n virtual deadlock has denied significant ndvantago to tho hos tile battlo arrays. In tho Turco-ltus-slan campaign a similar lock of decisive action has marked tho week. Belgrade has fal...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 5 December 1914

".H,J SSaipSWW s r w EVENIHO LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER S, 1914. ' ,....' r . I .. 1 ... . - , - . ..... ... ,. ' i 1 - Mssssttitfriitohla. MINGLED INTERESTS IN LATEST BOOKS VJljjd In a. murder, gft K.JH?ckn"lll' but esoi wvej oi n Boulh Aram BAEDEKER TO BOOKS FICTION Till? AUCTION I1U3CK Jljr hex ntch lorell Knlcht, a tfRullful fclrl, la ploltM by n scheming small-town mothf Lorell ov inn iirai wimo wr.' Damen in Rf into ins clutches escape unscathed. y (JeorRO V Cable A Krtlllh hafnM lha nri .tutl!... M. t&tlA iSit tMA 1a-.. VbIk .. Va..u tti w .. ... :"" .. ,K . i ..'kl"'1L i wiiubo umuirrs commix puiciae una ,....?. nnmnej' '" to mnrry tliclr enemy THE HOU8B OP nntRlT Anonymoui The. tfty of nn English politician, who attains RTPAtheftfl and IhMi ilnVa Intn .li.tl nfia.iir1f t A bitter, vivid book, with elements of great' nets lAtY rASSANDIlA By Mrs Cloorno do Home Valiev The story of n, fcntltUe, rilgh-fttrun woman and n phlegmatic, pit" occupied htishnml. and I...

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