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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 5 December 1914

l uiipBii.pMlin 1. 1 n i ,y,iW vmtr-fTfauf w -t - -ra&vp np& EVENING LE&ftER-PHIIiADEKPIITA". BATTTKDAY, DECEMBER 5, IdU. f SCHUMAKNHEINK SINGS IN BENEFIT AT OPERA HOUSE Great Audience Hears Con tralto Assisted by Godow sky and Cornfeld. The Metropolitan Opera House was filled almost to Its capacity last night by an nudlence which gathered to hear Mine. Bclium.inn-Helnk, LeopoldGodowsky and Albert Cornfeld I" their Joint recital held tinder tho nusplcles of the Committee on Homo Hellef, derman-Austrlan Booth, French Uootli, of tlio Jlade-ln-Amcrlca" Bnznnr, which Is to be held later this month. Tho benevolent purpose of the re cital, which Is the relief of destitute women and chlldreu, drew part of the ciowdi the rest were attracted by the reat combination of talent and genius In tho thiee nrtlsts. Mayor and Mrs. Itudolpli IJIankcnburg occupied the box next to the fltflfrc oppo site tho ono tnken by Mme. Schumann ltelnk after her nart of the nroeram was over. In another ...

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. — 5 December 1914

WBKKKKKLJL W- ' jiuu i - " grarf ' iMWMipP'W'W'va !! "Mpi'M MwfeisSHifcS!Sfef. ' wSjHBSwwifc.i,,,. s.-'SN. . t??a. A te'; "i,S!!f--' j'lOTtrn"- f"r"Si"" ffltfflifaftfl- LEp0ER-PHlDEEFHIV SATTTRDAY, DEttEMBIBtt B, TOT?. ,.I--c-r)ft, fri - niiiiiillitlift llll I IMjfttlMMIMfcMfc r -j ..--.- ---"-.- .,,... iiliii--S-iliil risB jfiSr ' iBiiM.fflWfffr"T juaim k m w i1 i K B 1 fif HB " ' mm: H- 4l rat HHHfc' .':- Tl: If n : I lHj mem & mi i ip BSSkB - :imt WES t, 1, Hi HSb&i '"' Mh fiiK HHKf W WSmii L gtnmittg jgj5al linger I ' I'UBLIC LEDGER COMPANY emus it K cunxis. ruMionxt. Gee, W. Oeht, Ssrttrlr, John C. Martin, Trtanurr-r; Chaifta ir Ludlnston, Philip S Collins, John n Wil liams, Director. EDtTOItlAI. BOAtiBT t'laus It. K. Ccitu, Chairman. P. It. WttALET Executive Editor J - ' --' - ... - ' 0N C. MAJITIN .General BualnMi Manarer i i H , Publlthtd dally at Pernio Licoen DulMlnj, lftderxrvdenee Square, Philadelphia. X.tixiT.K CBtTRit,. ,..,,,,. , .Croat! ami Cheatnut Streets A...

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. — 5 December 1914

EVENING LEDftERPHTIJADELPHrA RATUKDAY, BEOEHBER 5, 1914. 0 inn miu nsinK... 1 ! HWb it ewtsHIHW I SOCIETY GIRLS AIDES AT DIOCESAN FAIR S3EIAL r A&fc 'W!MmaiJMiByy r ' . w. i. emu to BOW iN iX At rur , .-. HWBWBBBflHpft!' w$fB8ntt&&&NG J HI MOW that everything nnd everybody ha become Imbued wl'th the Christmas spirit, plans are being made each day for the younger it, many of whom will come from school tor the holiday. Mies Paries, of 2007 Walnut street, 1ms sent out Invitations for n tea nt the- Hoosevelt, on Thursday, December 31, In honor of her nieces, Miss Mario I.oulsc AVolghtman Paries and Miss nmma Jraneltc Farles, daughter of Or. Randolph Paries and granddaughter of Mrs. Jones Wlster. Mrs. George Warder will give a tea tomor row afternoon at the home of her son and Caughter-ln-low, Mr. and Mrs. William Wurts Harmnr, 3101 Mldvale avenue, Germantown, In honor of Miss Isabel Wurts Page, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Uyul Page, of 106 High land avenue, Chestnut...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 5 December 1914

mi'MULuir!-''"'&C jESSSaE WfOTTr ' "Si"'"" 1- EVENING LEDGER-PHIL'ADELPntA SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 101. WAYS OF WOMEN-PROBLEMS AFFECTING THE WORKING GIRL AND THE HOUSEHOLD FROM A PRUDE'S NOTE BOOK SAVERS FOR YOUR COAL BIN By MRS. CHRI3TINE FREDERICK 7jer Hfo ..'i.tiySHiHHHBHSBHflSda jWjfjrr ''pWWWSTWIWrwpwwww9 "L kt 1 Llr " v!J ' " "' "... " L JB- 5E- ?3HJ ELLEN ADA1P " rTv.-?fflbigg5y TO STENOGRAPHERS Cheerfulness S3 in work IS one stenographer can possess. A bright and happy spirit can overcome many difficulties, and is n pleasure to all those around. Too many girl workers forget this fact. Not only do they allow the little tips and downs of business life to worry them unduly, but they permit this to be clearly seen, and set about their daily work with lugubrious countenances and a doleful manner scarcely calculated to inspire sunshine in the hearts of their fellow workers. 1 he young stenographer should recollect that no business woman is free from petty annoyances, from diffic...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 5 December 1914

lH JMMi I J i ij.ii i Hill oimiiiwJiii l n-yij-ii ' I II, I )i 1 iJiJifywnBp E.VENIHG LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 191. IT CHURCHES AND THEIBr VORKERS-jmYGlOUSTmilESQF ALL T DMOMINATIONS ' ' : ' , .- i Z V . EVENIHG LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, DECEMBERS, 1912. , i nn i-- ii i n i .. ' " J ' -' - , - - , - - IM PHILLIPS BROOKS P. E. CHURCH OF THE ADVENT AND ITS PROGRESSIVE RECTOR, THE REV. E. M. FRANK "BILLY" SUNDAY TO PAPER GETS NEW MtESS ' .1 HI II III. ib Fast Machino Installed tor Cathollo Standard and Times. The Catholic Standard arid Times, the oltlclal organ of the Philadelphia ArcTi diocese, appears this week In a new dress, A duplex tubular plate press, With a ra pacity of printing from t to 18 pages at a SDCCd of 3fL0O0 npr liniir. wnm t.vntft. tn- UaiiJmiM88e8MWMrai i HAYE EXTRA FORCE FOR LOCAL REYIYAL stalled In the Cathollo Stnndard and Times Building, 610 South Washington squaw. This week's Issue of 12 pages Is the first produced from tho new equipment T...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 5 December 1914

''s&--?rw$iFr? tt--'r'l , 112 EVENING LEDGER-PHIlTADEEPHIft, SATURDAY, DECEMBER S, i . Uhe Stage s fcf5?0 ?" VWV JLdKi'rror ofthe cWe K 8 Wl Ti4SJl I V MM Vi i "fr Theatrical Baedeker OPE.V1N0. SIUtEST Kaw Vnrle lllnnn,1fnm nt-fbttiMirtn nf "Plnaore." I KEITH'S Houdini and varied bill. LrrrLB theatiib "Th silver not," ty John Galsworthy. WALNUT "The Wlnnln of Barbara -Worth," dramatisation of Harold Bell Wrlghfa popular novel. contiwino, ASEbPHt Today," by Umric Droarlhumt nd Abraham Schemer. A wife, excellently played by Ethel Valentine, eeeks luxury by ."the easiest way" and Is killed by her hue band. BJtOAtV "The Secret," by Henri Tlerneteln, adapted by David Delaeco. A etudy of fern Inlna Jealousy In which Oabrlelle Jannelot, the heroine, aeeka to' destroy people's happl neee. Frances Starr proves nereelf an actress of exceptional talenta In an unpleas ant role. GAnniCK "Potash and rerlmutter," drama tisation of the famous stories by Montague Glass. One of the most capitally...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 5 December 1914

" 'f-Uffmrn ,-,, ,, -yrp -rprcrpy "V-jV1"-;" -I, .. ' '31 M'sJIMJPHPHSW EVENING LEDGEB-PHIIJADELPHIA4, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 191. "13 irriiipffluijilpiP1 'uw "i nwsip'wmiujn nmnwwpiipiwm" "ngiiilp'"i ' -m THE WORLD OF THE PHOTOPLAY A GgEAT MYSTIC STORYj m HAROLD MacGRATH IsMML i i , 1 ,i .1 - , . . . , 1 . . uk U u (Copyright, InU, by l!roM McrJrath.) SYNOPSIS Ztttiom is left an orphan at an early age. Hct father is killed in a gold, mine hit ha discovered. Half an hour after learning of the death of her husband, Zudora's totothen a tight-rope walker with a circus is stricken With vertigo, falls and is killed. Zudofa and the fortune from the ninc, which grows to be worth $30,000,000, are left in the nuardianshfy of Frank Keene, brother of Zudora's mother. Zu dora, giving promise of great beauty, reaches the age of 18. The uncle, who ha3 set himself up as a Hindu mystic and is known ai Hassani All, determines in his'grecd that Zudora must die before she can have a chance to conic int...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 5 December 1914

Ifisf' WWeM1.' r ,WT"i ; '-ml' u"sgi J Afei jf f irtiMMifiimMi ii hi HMrmiinrmia. i trfifpBjiejuiil)nAU!l fiPiuW'fPwPwlwBW r 14 EYENIKG kEDflEK-PHILADELPHIA', SATURDAY, DECEMBER S, 1914. NATIONAL ATHLETIC CLUB HAS FINE FIGHT PROGRAM ARRANGED FOR TONIGHT ir ' 1 MO ADJUSTMENT HAS BEEN MADE COLLINS RUNS COBB CLOSE RACE FOR BATTING TITLE jJBMr jr. f' 1 It," nf I fm covm-rr n&vft nSne"1- ' r - -i '" ons op the cursed I cm Mu -n vuin '-Sli this, J I 0oT owcE Joe r ' Tiuri tub first timr ) -3ftONie. dp eeeessssseeiasse s" .eS-HeW VtasttaattaattaaHr C f "YfT 111 Flfl's jvaB. Pt MAiAlt I 1 I '.' ' ' ' t? ' " ' & m M w i. V F-- i i - 1E- IN BROOKE CASE Board of Directors Have Yet to Decide Whether Uni versity of Pennsylvania Will Retain Coach or Not. The University of Pennsylvania fotball team needs a mnn with a personality that can command the respect of the players and insill them with the spirit that wins Karrlea, according to prominent members of the alumni who say that there has ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 5 December 1914

pptppilBWiwitiiwijmipiiH'!', niui)iwwjiim.ii mniwipp5pipiimiiiwii ttlHn'i I ) u T--1 wiw'J'i' STRENGTH OF'ROGK ISLAND BONDS IS AGAIN THE FEATURE EVENING LEDftER-PHIKADEIPHIA-, SATURDAY, DECEMBER B, Uli. " , .." .' ' ' .1" '' ' ' ' ' .iiiii. 111 M j , , , , T NEW YORK BOND SALES Issues Attracted Increased Attention in New York Trading Today, Making Further Advances. NEW TOItK. Dec. S. Tratllnc In bonds toil tlie floor of tho Stock Exchange today (was active. T ho tiers stent buying or tHocK Island bonds, which was the feature i of tho trading yesterday, and wiiicii wero ; strong, attracted Increased attention, f mid further advances wore made. rer- ffcctlon of arrangements for the reorgan ization of the properly and the talk of 1 ounositlrti to tho Wallace Committee, : which Is calling for deposits of the 4s, :as attributed as tho causo of the : strength In tho bonds. 1 Tho collateral 4s of the Chicago, Hoc Island and Pacific, the old company, and Milled i-lnnr.1 Inst nlaht at JM. ro...

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

WTJnT?S$&B my l npp UBjsejsiJIIll HMH&iWUttitfkaMIBiHHBHHH If I I BROAD ST. REALTY VALUES INCREASE AFTER LONG LULL ' - - i ii I Sale of Six-Story Property Near Race Street Shows Stability of That Section. Market in The trahsfer of the stx-atory bulletin 142 41 North Broad street, lot 6t feet by ISO feet, by reror L-. Ncel to J. It. Mc Allister, president of tha Franklin Na tional Batik, calls attention to a local- t Ity which has been for the last few years Increasing; In value, after a long period of stagnation. .For years large holders of real citato I In this vicinity held baolt the advance In Yalue of the street by remains' to sell property or Improve It themselves. Tha property above mentioned was ac quired by Mr. Schoch on November IS, 1802, from the Real Estate Trust Corn- any with a frontage on Mroad street of 6i reel, with a Uepth of 180 feet, paying for the property $100,on0. Ho Improved the property by the substantial lmllillne-. It now has upon It a mortgage of $...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 5 December 1914

sfiiCa j-iy i"wfPifipW'JBj(Jipi r-nTwwa iv )miijj);y"i EVENING LEDGflB-PHILADflLPHIA, SATURDAY, DEOEIMBEB 5, 101s !? llf.lLW vmWWII' ir.y HELP WANTED MAMS General 1.KARN TO 1)0 A CHAUFFEUfl . Jn Ci largest repair shon In this Mr. ATJraeltcal court In driving and repairing. AVTToMontt.ifl , . at ft nmall cent to you In weakly pavnenls. We Instruct yon In our shops, working wim eur mechanics 8 hours dally, 4 hour evening. Be our big shop classe no working repair ing ear, tour and evening classes. FOrtD TJflRD CAR CO. OOT-im ihiuau at ! 1 unvixn-vicTvnii operating taught, i: Twsttlons swctired: open dally and Monday, . Wed". FtIVves. lHott Sch6olilB03San,K"It JJBW INVENTION-Sharp-shod overshoes for horses: guaranteed to prevent slipping on ley treeta; buckled On hoot In a. minutes every horse" owner wants themi hlg ""ney tor (gents- fastest aller out: Writs for Pt1. Herman MAnufacturlnB Company, rcnnsylvo la ... ..... tt'oklnatnti tl f IHm'uCh HM'il'iBmm .. v EcutlV office positions, l...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 5 December 1914

nnim&mwpw'.nipip 'r NIGHT ' EXTRA Aliening NIGHT EXTRA SPHwwi mraner fc' m I Iff c I I i tJ i m VtMU i-NO.72 PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1014. CortitaiiT. 19l4, i tiii FosUO Lccon Cownnr, PBIOJfl ONU OUNT PERSONS AND EVENTS IN THE NEWS OF THE DAY AS PORTRAYED BY THE QUICK EYE OF THE CAMERA " rrw JuBH7VBBBBBKkJ9HsH6roM&'l' ?IVvbSBB)K6C' ml B. clllTrHTl IfBBBrTjBmr.Sjir BBBBBBBB WFET -HHS flHHBf SKswfr ' T VSHSSife RBff w(& '3F Vi J ff L 1 fliV $e J9r ' S Jk. OVERCOATS FEEL GOOD AFTER LONG MONTHS IN TROPICS NEW AMBASSADOR TOhA0RGENTITNAP"0n' ctWI "19HHiKfllLi iSitTim,l.?,W5eJffck ir0miXCr(:uUZ tm mrKd l5u,?,JteLr, transP,orts a.jl huddled UP fa their ttIl Frederick Jessup Stimson is the new United States A) lisfOT RPSHkI .SHI wa!f not ranaidered' u Jcomfortab! cSld he Philadelphia ate into their bones, though it " Ambassador to Argentina and succeeds Tohn W. Gar- S W&$ FMBHSKW BSBbBeS YES. BEAR CAN STILL BE SHOT IN PENNSYLVANIA This is H. H. Knauss, of Allentow...

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. — 7 December 1914

NIGHT . EXTRA NIGHT EXTRA txiva VOL. I-ltfO. 73 PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1914. PIHOE ONE CEHT CoptKioiiT. 1014, bt tub rustic Lcmfcn CoutiKt. germans press in Double drive PEDESTRIANS STRUGGLING WITH HIGH WINDS AND DRIVING RAIN AND SLEET """"'"'''"""''" "' ' '' ' ' ' '" " ' -! I II !.! !!.. ! .!!! I lenWSeWSwaMHI ! I I 1 1. l III III 11 Ill -I """f. TOWARD WARSAW Victory at Lodz Opens Way for Advance by Both Hinde.nburg's Wings, and Vigorous Assaults Are Made on Railway Centres Lead ing to Polish Capital. Capture of Lodz and German suc cesses at both ends of the main Poland battle line have opened War saw to a double drive. The Kaiser's qrmy has taken several railway points and is pressing" assaults on others which command direct communica tion with the Polish capital. Reports from Petrograd admit tliat Lodz is in flames, but do not acknowledge the Germans have seized the city. , Both Vienna and Nish claim im portant (rains in the fighting south of Belgrade. , In the .weste...

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. — 7 December 1914

2 EVENING LEDaEB-PHILABELPHIA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1914. T i ii iti I i iii, ii in iii iii 1 1 r , i I i j hi in, it i I ii i i r ii in ti i I .in ii.iifn ii i r r i I i 1 1 r n i .ir i I ., ,.im, ,i n , l. i. j i i 1 1 .1 m wi,b 111 in.n 11 r ri ft I fc - w IW I MI HI I -. If r 4.i KK, iK immm mmtwt&T m. fc .& J;i:5,'..: - H 8:' y S.;'' Aipiif, MK- - M fe litli ffilifi-Tj BILLION IS ASKED FOR GOVERNMENT'S UPKEEP NEXT YEAR ( Secretary McAdoo's Esti- fr1ates Show Economy in VAU Branches of Service. $1,500,000 for Delaware. WASHINGTON. Dee. 7. Ifa another -'ii'i'TjIlllbn dollar Contrui.'1 This U ahntvn l-lby Che annual estimates of appropria tes aent to the house today by Secre tary of the Treasury McAdoo. However, the Administration hu determined upon policy of economy following the record breaking appropriation of- the 1ft t ses sion. "This la evidenced fay the faot few sal- KjSJW'; increases are recommended, and the W. 'tilmktta are approximately 125,000,000 less than the e...

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. — 7 December 1914

w pppSWS EVENIHG LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, 191. nwjiimn i..'i,i"H' i i.i i.-i.iymiiipL'p ijuiwiii ' 'wjimw 6 DEAD, 8 INJURED, TOLL OF MISHAPS CAUSED BY STORM Fatal Auto and Trolley Ac cidents Result From Slip pery Streets and Rails and Blinding "Rain. Accidents duo to tho storm exacted a toll in this city since yesterday of live de&d and eight Injured, three of whom may die. Slippery streets caused two nutomobllo accidents. A man was run down by a trolley cor when he slipped upon the tracks, and two persons died from exposure before help could rench them. Another man walked on a live nlto that had been blown down by tho -nlnd. Tho dead were: JOSEPH tANCABTEIt. a salesman for Clem ent E. Allen, killed In nutomobllo accident. IIIjCIIAETj TXIUNOILD, 23 sears old, 4013 Wayne, avenue-, electrocuted by fallen wire. l'ltESTON I1A1CER, 82 jeara old, 3121 North , Bambrey atrcot, crushed between two freight .cars, JOHN TOWNSEND, 5 years old, of Narberth, burned to death. JA...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 7 December 1914

i r r ' vKf i - TOMS ROOT BRITISH i FORCESIHASIAAND MARCH ON BATUM Success in Two Fields ' Claimed by Sultan's Arms. ' Keda, Near Russian Sca- portj Seized by Invaders. ' CONSTANTINOPLE. Dec. 7. "Defeat of ft British landing force nnd an advance to within less than SO miles of Datum are claimed In an official state ment Issued today. "A British landing force, between the TlgTl and Suvaya, which attempted to tako the Turkish position, was repulsed 'with heavy loss," the statement asserts. "Our troops captured a machine gun and considerable ammunition." Ths Tigris Itlver flows Into the Euphrates, about 09 miles from the Per sian Gulf, but Suvnsra Is not mentioned On. the standard maps of Turkey In Asia. Tho British would have access to Turkey via the Persian Gulf from their Indian possessions. AMSTERDAM, Dec. 7. , Tho Turks have occupied Keda, nn Im portant point east of Datum, according to a message from Constantinople. Capture of the point was made by a bold rusa. Tho electric light...

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. — 7 December 1914

EVENING LEDGEIfc-PHlLADELPHTA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, WM. o If WILMINGTON HOPES TO MANUFACTURE 600,000 RIFLES Inventor Cables Brother He "Has Something Good," "Which Is TaEen to Mean Contract for Allies. WILMINGTON, bel., Dec. 7.-Upon the ,, arrival of. Demetrius Sterglanopolous, the Inventor 6f th military rifle which beam his name, It la expected work will be begun lit tlila city on nearly half a million military rifles for the Allien, for which he has the contract. lie wrote his brother "William, who Is In charge of the small plant Of tho company in this city, sJmo time ago, that he had an opportunity to secure tho contract for 300,000 rifles, but ho has now cabled his brother, "I have , eomethlnar good," which Is regarded as an Indication that He has closed' n contract for a. larger order than 300,000. It Is understood that the number is half a million. While the plant of the company In this city Is small It Is understood that nr , rangoments have been mada whereby the greater poit...

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. — 7 December 1914

9 jjlaw J I bHB ill IIgI sHK Hr Lt m f staHHIHilBE: WfV m? & . Hi I r It 99D V l Z BsiBaH St MM mi-..l EBBm SK iMTjr Bn tiHCsSfif we itni iHBflaK vaw'a SarimaMc mnnm m WF'M't tiff Bill ' mi ml lg m i m,3- aiaBEJiaisP: i &- f erauni JEBUlilW If tgm stV "TMFffTif sSHK. t: m.lm'iw'WELHt1' aaaHsSslaKK B9S..datfR ... WWSk .JblMSESF BBBBBBBBSBNb-HssSBslsnK SbKIbIMt wmmuLmmmAwam HclaslsslaHHF t BrUA' W WmmBgW" mm If ;: r f nm r ! t I - H.-tf)ifl4 r OSTELLO'S PLOT TO HOLD UP HIGH-SPEED TRANSIT AROUSES MILITANT PROTEST ft-V,,..,,..!,,..,, I , 1, , .,..,...,, ,, , ,M .J.. ..,! . .. - - . - I , , , .--.. - .. . " ' .... fTRICKSTmr CITY CRIBS OP COSTBLLO tmllnntA from Turn On ilfAtA teliLr tha Cnstnlln nlun hiM. IfgffntwJ ask why ho w-nlUwl until Director jjgSjIdr slArted the movement before com Hair In At tho last mlnntn with hi "nni. imntti" railway. ryrjfer assert tha Costello plan, which ovild eonnot only Frnnkford and Front nd Market streets, would Prevent fur I! ther development f...

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

JIM! HWJH AvJw-JML'l, Irwfr ? EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA MONDAY, DEOEMBEB 7, 191. TENEMENT CAVES' GIVE MANY INMATES TO INSANE ASYLUM Neurasthenia, Leading to Loss of Reason, Caused by Conditions of Life in Win dowless Rooms, Says Professor. Nourasthcnlni a nervous mntady which frequently develops Into Insanity, pro lessors on mental discuses today declared Is often caused by had housing conditions. Many women nnd men now awaiting observation In the psychopathic ward of the Philadelphia Hospital for the Insane, ! according to a professor attached to the Jefferson Hospital, nro products of the $ncestcd tenement quarter. In many Instances persons suffering from Insanity nrst displayed their mental aliments nhlle living In filthy rooms, which sociologists, ministers, physicians, manufacturers and judges refer to as "Unemtnt caves" or "living vaults." Social service workers attached to the Philadelphia Hospital for the Insano stated today that many patients In that Institution first bec...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 7 December 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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