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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 7 December 1914

SlilgigiUmDHinpijfiiiLifi um, i! uft EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA", MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1914. 9 S30AL DEBUTANTE diiu AJrAlia BWtjMjiijiii u'lWWij STjS 1 ISJMU J I r if? gsfe INVITATIONS have been litutd by MIm Jos ephine (16 Telsselre. Morses, of 12$ Spuce street, for n breakfast to bo given January 1. at 12:30 o'clock at (ho Acorn Club, In honor o( Miss Mary Stuart Wurts and Miss Isabel Wurta rage. i The first meeting of Mrs. Daniel Hutchinson's (lancing class, which Is composed of those mem bers of the younger set who have not as yet jnada their debut, was held on Saturday night at the Bellevue-Qtratford. The cotillon was led b) Thomas Hart, and the members o( the qlaes included Miss Elisabeth Gushing Karris, Miss I.enore McCall. Miss Maria Oross, Miss Grace Brewster, Miss I.ols Jaokson, Miss Emily Cooke, Miss Mahnah Wright, Miss Margoretlft Bis pham. Miss Barbara Uojd, Miss Nancy Oooke, Thomas Hart, Itchard Btockton Bullitt, (Jar rett Gllmore, Joseph Clement Poulterer, Alfred Tlar...

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. — 7 December 1914

Mn H ij n t; m v?i r fftS, 10 FASHIONS, JsSir The Girl Who Works ELLEN x x 7lXviw3s3vTfT TO SALESGIRLS This week the articles and letters under the department of "The Girl Who Works" are intended particularly for 'salesgirl?. It is hoped that the latter will find them of special value and assistance. The various problems that confront the salesgirl will be dealt with thoroughly, and correspond ence is invited. I shall be glad to print all letters received from salesgirls, and will carefully answer same in these columns. It is intended that the life of the salesgirl, in all its varying phases, be .dealt with as completely as possible and to this end all hints, questions and communications from salesgirls will be gladly received. ELLEN ADAIR. THE SALESGIRL That the present tlmo Is exceedingly trying to tho average salesgirl leaves no room for doubt. The near approach ot Christmas brings a perfect mob of shop, pers to tho scores, mid tho rush and bustlo are, at their height. Tho health...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 7 December 1914

' - .....- U i ..- U-. -! ! "" f"- '--''-' -' --'' -" - J'----. .'in itnuiiTr il f" ii r-TT-ri i i 'in in lm jf-n rflr I - " Jl IZUDOPA A GREAT MYSTIC STORY m Harold macIgmth s&MmL . svNorgis. fcHoVeJ ta ll on orphan at an early o, , Her father i kitted In a gold mln n aas cieebetnt rl art hour after Irarnlnp of the death of her huehand Zudota't tnithtr a tloM rone teolfcer trifh o tr-en-"-! ttUttl ietlh a virtlpo, alls and tt MUtd. Kiiddra and (At fortune from th Mine, wnUh proics 'to hi worth ttofitb.oit, art left In the ffuantlansMp of Frank Keen, , n elrcus man, Zudora'a mother orelier. lt Zudora, oivint roml of ortat btauty, ' ' readies the afe 0 it. The uncle, teho net set films 1 npiut fflndit mttflo and ( I tnwrn ns ttaitam All, dteide li Me" breed that Zudora must dig Itore the eon 'havi a Chanel Id come Into possession Aer money, so thai it may he left to htm, the tiest ef kin, and he prevail upon the ' tfrt to leave her money In Mi hand thrtt atari Urnotr and tav nolM...

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. — 7 December 1914

ft M ! ! r! - 12 f iJHT PENNS YLVANIAN SAYS COACH BROOKE MUST (SOACH GEORGE BROOKE MUST ., GO, SAYS UNIVERSITY PAPER tfditorial in Pennsylvania!!, the U. of P.'s Daily Organ, r ,. .Insists Instructor Must Not Train 1915 Eleven as It- : no Middle Ground Course Is Open. Coach George Brooke must go. There Is rid taldJlo cotfrm dpen. Such Is the hint of an editorial printed In the l'enn eyivanlnn, 'lie dally publication of the University of Pennsylvania. The editorial contradicts the editorial published on Saturday criticising those vtyib gave publicity to the voto tnkort by members of the varsity football team, in wnit tney declared themselves op posed, to Coach Brooke, and says It Is n good thing for football nt Penmyl va'pla that v the sreat barrier protecting vtbe head coach from criticism has been removed. " ' "The vote of the Varsity plajers tcp resents tho opinion of the score of men wile are absolutely the best Informed to Jtr. Brooke's coachtngr ability. Their opinion, offered ...

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. — 7 December 1914

it"v EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1914. 13 k h VARIED SUBJECTS TO BE DISCUSSED BY WOMEN'S CLUBS .Members of Many Organi zations Will Express Their Views at Interesting Meet ings This Week. "Woman nml Economics," "Woman nntl the Homo" and "Woman and tho Cfvlo Body" these three fields of activ ity and association will be Included In this week's progrnm of the women's clubs and organizations of the city. Tho program Includes n variety of subjects for discussion, as well as many matters of Importance to be acted upon, from helping tho wnr sufferers In Europe to dietetics for school children. In fact tho large and varied program on tho rosters arid calendars of the vnrlous women's organizations makes one feet of the "woman's sphere" as "unlimited, un bounded." MONDAY. Great Interest centres upon tho debate tonight on woman suffrage, to be held In Wltherspoon Hall, under tho auspices of tho University Extension Society. Tho subject as announced will be "Woman Suffrage ...

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. — 7 December 1914

sw.!i'.ilimpijyinpi NIGHT EXTRA IGHT 0KfiW ll&t&Qtt feimtm EXTRA N PRICE OKE OEHT vol. i-:tfo. 78 rnHiADisLPHiA Monday, December 7, 1014. CortMOMr iBU, I IB POUO llM COMMKT. PERSONS AND EVENTS IN THE, NEWS OF THE DAY AS PORTRAYED BY THE QUICK EYE OF THE CAMERA HE'S BEEN BUYING CHRISTMAS TREES FOR 46 YEARS GERMAN SOLDIERS BURYING FRENCH OFFICER KKw$ffl The oldest and pciliaps the best judge of Christmas trees in the United States is C. The soldiers' of the Kaiser are shown carying the dead officer's ;PHSSS'BfiSr j? j'lFxe1 MJe'ijBLmta W. Libby, who is shown driving a bargain with a New Hampshire farmer's wife. equipment on the way to the grave. He was captured when wounded stfjimt' F ' aim0yJMWFWxlRF Hundreds of carloads of trees are shipped from that State every year by Libbyi and his gallantry caused this mark of respect to be shown his body. HBBBHKflMP iV ''TnrTTill jjffi& MKiLmAlMr yBTni Qqpifrlfht, Intfrnall6nI Nwi Sarvlca. SOLDIERS OF QUEEN WILHELMINA ARE ACTIVE, TO...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 8 December 1914

SJrftor ipj NIGHT EXTRA NIGHT EXTRA imttn VOL.I-NO. 74 PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1014. PltlOE ONiJ GENT Coprmanr, 1011, bt the rcttto LiMn Com f Isf. 0- ALLIES TAKE TOWN; PUSH 1 WEDGEITO FOE'! Passchendaele Reported Captured by British Troops New Move Threatens German Flank I Invaders' Qrive Along Coast , Aided by Furious Storm at ; Sea Artillery Battle Rages on Aisne. mm Capture of the town of Passchen daele, between Routers and Yprcs, by British troops is reported from Am sterdam. Tlic pushjnfr of a wedge Into the German lines at this point would probably compel the abandon ment of .a new German .drive that has been developing along -the coast, but thus far the Amsterdam report lacks official confirmation. The afternoon communique of the French War Office merely, reports re ,r newed German activity at Ypres and "- on the Yscr, . artillery duels on the Aland, and French gains in the Ar gonne, , . - ; j The ' Austro'Gcnuan , forces in Poland1 have repulsed' tlic Russian at ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 8 December 1914

, w v"ff tj - " J''? " P? JsSWSV""??? fi i'T-MffSa'jW'jr,- Wf3W9wr " v - ?S!IWp-r -TWIEII sff3tgS-J s 9 t m M Mi l m n ii II r "f I" Lit L K 2bW !".. Bs afe' 3" . S. PRESSES CASE AGAINST MOTION PICTDRE COMBINE "Special Assistant Attorney General Argues Suit to Dissolve Alleged Film Trust in Court Here. With stocks of testimony taken during the last two years, Edwin P. Orosvenor, special assistant to Attorney deneral Gregory, began his argument on behalf f the .government in Its suit, Med August 5, 1912, to dissolve the so-called taovie ploture trust." It' Is alleged the "trust" has gained such control of the manufacture and distribu tion of motion picture films and Ap paratus of the art that Independent manu facturers, jobbers and theatres have been forced ul of, business. The argument. Which, It Is believed, may last for three 4ay, la being heard by Judge Dickinson In the Vnlted Stated District Court. Opposed to Mr. Orosvenor are Charles V. Kingsley, James A. Caldwell, Henry MetvlU...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 8 December 1914

jMH'glWWWM!1 vinjfa V," fiVENIlfG LffiU.QER PHILADELPHIA:, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1014. 0 fe BRUMBAUGH HERE TODAY RESOLVED TO KEEP THE FAITH GoVcrnor-clect Emphasizes His Independence in Not able Speech at Dinner in Washington. aoVarnor-elect rtrumbauKlu-wW rturn to Philadelphia, lata today to complete his work as Superintendent of Public Schools and to prepare for the session of the next legislature and for the namlnic of hta cabinet. He will come here from TVaahlnrton, where last, night lie declared hl Independence and pledged himself to carry out the promises he made during hla campaign. The aovsrnor-elect was th6 stiest of Representative William S. Vare at a Cnner In the Shoraham Hotel, Washing ton. The other members of the Perm lranla delegation. Including A. Mitchell Palmer, who also spoke at the dinner, at tended anrt, met the new Governor of thiMr State. 'The dinner was an nlmost open align went of tho Varo support behind the Governor-elect In tho efforts which he pledtred him...

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

;js. T "$M' " "ST nfRwwsw. v ftMS(fptesAj-sfty J U IS k i H Si ri V n m r iL i.i- HB1 -, L-Eifp Br sSiiHBk -wr KfflSLt' USE nw. g 'TR:,' SHr- Hi " W f 'm 9 BskWi Is -S wiiiiti ? m mm &VBNTNO LEDOER PHILADEIH.IA,. .TUESDAY, DEOEMBE.B 8, 1914. RUSSIANS DEFEATED IK BORDER BATTLES, TURKS NOW REPORT Constantinople Claims Otto hian Victories in Lake Van Region Reign of Terror in Asia Minor. $ CONSTANTINOPLE, Jco. S Ftehtlrip between tho Tureo'Ruitl&n fcrcod ijlottgr the Persian border has been waged Ilercelr for three lys. The Turks liave ben victorious An official state ment airs Thrt TtllKKlatl ntlAfkn t-nml tit f.Ak Vjin (Kufillatnn) have been unsuccessful Our troops, advancing from tlevandux, have eccupled Goujbulak. an important Russlnn , point on support, In the'ffrovln.eo $f Azer baijan." r in Transcaucasia, also. Turkish sue es aro claimed. The statement continues i "Near Adjara we hae gained new suc ests over the nusslans, capturing can non and ammunition." Tliela claims,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 8 December 1914

Ttppwn 9tr- -t ' 'fl ' j "imBWtnyiwu Tfipy EVENING IrMDWKU PHILADELPHIA, TI'ESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1914. ?JiJSIJ' 1 ii it iiiniai I' TRANSIT OPPONENTS WARNED BY TAYLOR AT FIVE MEETINGS Progressive Organizations Told Those Against Plan Would Be Regarded as Common Enemies. Meetings of Protest Against Costello's Hold-Up Transit Bill TONIGHT. Cohockslnk Buslhess Men's nnd Taxpayers' Association, 6th and Dia mond streets, 8 o'clock. WEDNESDAY NIGHT. Fortieth and Market Streets Busi ness Men's Association. THUnSDAY NIGHT. East Ocrmantown Improvement As sociation, FRIDAY NIGHT. Fox Chnso Improvement Associa tion. MONDAY, DECEMBER H. South Oak Lano Improvement Asso ciation. And these are only the advance guard. Tho Costollo brand of rapid transit was condemned last nlsht by Ave progressive i organizations, which Indorsed (tho. plans of Director Taylor. Meetings of protest ngnlnst tho Frankford Councilman's ordi nance wcro held In tho central, northern, southern, western and northwestern parts o...

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. — 8 December 1914

. :j-'- " --- VBNiyG MPlSIi-PHILABtgLPHIA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1914., a.l..1..ai.ti. ,,,, ....j..:-, ,, .-AC,,.?,! ,1 -,,i ......i:..... . t., -...i,. .. , 1fff1 J,,J..,1t., ..... ,..,;. riilnimitiii-nnihi iitUmtml n r -"--r------- - i i i " ' i 1 w '' '' 'V' '.' .'lM. '.!. !!! rfi'Tnrtix('v fflMtlT Uf t THIS WEEK , SECOND ANNUAL THIS WEEK 914 FOOD EXPOSITION 1914 READING TERMINAL MARKET - - DECEMBER 212 TO Tell the Children to ask for FRANKLIN CARTON SUGAR .Ar' fis. IJiiwfcBii Mi mi nil iiim i i f i fc- i- '..-. i... , ,, . . . n mwwiw'ww"'"',w,m i &3 SB Oh' fflllwwil f ii 3ZTt wiii)ijiw.iwiww)inwiiifiiriii iwwwiwtaHiiifci , imiu TTTni.. .. SK-vJsWe iiirirmi Hamsun m i .j ....... .. j.m.w. , . g, Mgffl j " ' " -- i- t i. ' -.ii - . i . muf II IP -t-tow i "'KM.it; ;ywtiii.iiiiilipilitiU,.i . w iMfcmiiiinwiuMi ,'.' i.mu'i ininwi . j i jSyH IS'K&S5 ' ii-rff HjCr- Y s on:. . . . mi It' riS V K? Hn& fit II ffi flk aifsl Ml I IhK- I'-LUyl (fllHilP) wwritovo I fr Via wr a . I...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 8 December 1914

EVENING LEDGER-PHILAELPEMtk, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1D14. if III, 11 I,, ii i iiin i TT f- in ii i in , i rui ii . i. i i I I I'll SANTA CLAUS STORE-. HOUSE NOW LOOKING LIKE TREASURE SPOT SCHOOLBOYS WHO WILL BE IN COMEDY CAST J WANAMAKER ADVERTISEMENT u ft Poor Kiddies' Appeal Meets Instant Response From City's More Fortunate Youngsters-f-Tables Piled High. Banta Claus' Store House at COS Clitat nut direct, though only 0110 day old, and k fearfully rainy, sleety day at that, al ready has taken on nn appearance of a jreat treasure room, i The appeal of the poor chlldron at home, whose plight Ii not nearly so spec tacular as that of the llttlo Belgian youngster, but Is quite aa real, has met with an Instantaneous response, and es tirday the Santa Claus Lady had alt she could do to take enre of the numerous precious bundles whleh the parcel post man and the express company emptoya tumbled out of their wagons. The two tables which Banta Claus ban provided to hold the offerings are piled h...

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. — 8 December 1914

l H & HHn: ' ,m. - bahim JHRfe, IffiSHrEftfhS ia-ia-BBiBa-fc S Kfc 13aBMtfH X6" bHRbbsh '" -St'!' p ' V 9p i ;.' T? MTHn t 4 JBBHBKB :wrF WBttBBmP W "Sg-Jn. "" " " - JM i&?" 4. 1. J J? i-S' - y-JiS 8 Kuenfn0 ISteftQzv PUBLIC LlSDGElt COMPANY ctnva m. k. ctriiTie), Tmuidst. 6. Wt Otht, Secretary I JohnO. Martin, Treaenrerj rartw II lAldlnston, rMHp S Collins, John B. WIl ms. fflrettera. RDITOntAi noAne J Cmon It. K. Conii, Chairman. It. WHALE Bxeeutlre Editor fotitf llilll I I C MA11T1K.. .doner! Business Manager Iftibllihed dally at Peauo Lime tJulldlnr, Independence Square, Philadelphia. Ltwmn rifTtt,.. ....,... Droad anil Cheitnut Streets Aila.stic Cur. ....... .... Fre f -Union Bulldlnr tinyt Tonic 170-A, Metropolitan Tower Cmclao. 81T Home Insurance Building oxtx!. .....8 Waterloo Place, Pall Mall, S, W NEWSBTjnHAUS: UAtalaatma BoaMO The rotrfor Bulldlnr WiamwoTott ItCBtAD ........ The Toet Bulldlnr Nrw Tonic nemo i . ... ...The rimes Bulldlnr Bcanx BCrj ..........00 Frt...

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. — 8 December 1914

t 9 S3E1AL L-WEDD diiu EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1914. ffft .wwwwww mn i ii a.wi ',.w'w--'g1 "Ty!ST!j '" " TlJ I'M wSMT BON TUB gueats at the luncheon to be given at the nilz-Cnrtton, followed by- a theatre trarty on Saturday, by Mr. Seymour Dnvls, for Mlsn Elinor udd Bean, debutante daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles It. Bean, will be Mrs, Joseph B. McCttll, Mlsa Kntherlno Seeler, Miss Itnrjorle Tnyldr, Mlas Eleanor B. Watt, Mlsa Bthet Hastings, Miss Frances Tyson, Mlas Kltz abeth Tardier, Miss Helena B. noblnson, Miss Bleitnore Blspham, Miss Bllrabeth 13. Winter and Mlaa Edith Gltllngham. Henry Heed Hatllold wilt entertain this eve ning In his box at tho opera and at supper In tile lUU-Cnrlton, In honor of Miss Mary EVclyn Chew. Tho party will, be chaperoned by Mrs. Itobert H. Largo. Miss Lilian M. Adler, daughtor of Pr. and Mrs. Iiwlrf II. Adler, Jr., of the Belgravla, whose marrlago to Louis Le Boy Hepburn will take place at noon Thursday, will be attended ...

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. — 8 December 1914

r -,:"LfW F BJ-t .. y H&H 10 r EVEKING LEDGEB-PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, . 1914. FOR THE WOMAN AND THE HOUSEHOLD-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON THE CONCEITED MAN Ellen Adatr Says He Is to Be Mel With All Too quenlly. Ftc- Women are commonly supposed to be for a final tleatralahtenlng or extra tilted with an overweening vanity, and it is a dim cult. It not Impossible, matter to convince a man to the contrary. "Vanity, thy name la Woman," he la saying Inwardly alt the time one Is vainly dissertating- on the subject No, It Is almost Impossible to persuade the average man that woman every woman, be It understood-! not filled with various feminine follies and con ceit A certain typo of man goes even further, and uses the word Woman as a synonym for bralnlessness and vapidity Now, what about the average man? In my opinion, there Is a deep-rooted conceit at tho heart qt every man, a conceit much stronger and more unshakable than that popularly attributed to every woman. I...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 8 December 1914

m mmmiojui.i$mm "i.iwmnm9tm flyflNINft LEPftEB-PHlLADELFHIA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1914. I ' J I .1 ' ' - - - -- - - - 111 IIH - '----'' II II I I l' 1 111' If - Tl - T - I -- t ---, , -' 11- II1 ir '" I . ,11 .1 1 I. II .1 I I I I 1 1 1 1 1 A GREAT MYSTIC STORYj g HAROLD MacGRAThIKL , ! 1 PHOTOPLAYS SYNOPSIS. Zutata It lel nit crvhan at ad tarlv age. HH- father it killed in a 0otd mint ht hat dtteovertd. Half an hour after learning I tht death of her hibim.1 Zudora't mother i tight roj ioolhtr tcith a cir tvttt tttttd with a vertigo, altt "x U killed. Zudora and tht fortune from tin mine, tohleh groict to It worth ttt,tl9,oot, art ttl In Me guardianship of Frank Ktent, cirenu man, Zndora't mother't brother. Sudora, pivittti promitt of gnat beauty, rtaehtt Oie act of IB. Tht nnelt. who hat eet hlmttlf up a a Hindu tnysllo and it known im tfaiiam AH. decide In Mt fried that Zudora mutt die befort tht tan govt a cAane to come Into poeeeeewn of ner money, to that it mow Be ten to mm, th...

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. — 8 December 1914

.tmp&pmft"'vtr- sSSsS; --Pfntzg'" f f't I MIC V V ! ,' m mH Xtgp0 KsSkSS" gsgu"ap iHlf i- IIBB f: I saaaBssslHKiflBP'aff' IlinMBnBsnBBssWil i mTWf- lw 'mwSullllim"" i. tfc" MA UPOME ul.-Hij.lWffe)II.'i .- ilii MAUPOME MEETS JALEY TONIGHT IN V .BILLIARD MATCH ..,! I. I ,. t.JRifth Local Contest in In , state Three-cushion League '' Promises Good Game; De- trbit Man Playing Strong. Local billUrd devotees will again be nf-loiA-d the- treat of witnessing Pierre Maupome, the local representative In tho Irhefstato Three Cushion Jllllliml League, In Action tonight wfeir he mutches hie. (kill with that of Martin Jraley. of Detroit This -will be the fifth game t the league to be held In this cltr. i i;.in atart f the eenson MaMpome did not display his uiual good form, but In the last leegue game held in this cltr the local expert evi datsTln? exhibition of three-cushion pt7. to h 18th inning of the match Mau peme broke the league's high run record br lipping off at run of S, and won the ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 8 December 1914

P EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1914, 13 WP,J)fS9 PRESIDENT WILSON PUTS TRADE FIRST IN HIS MESSAGE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE REASSURES BUSINESS Continued froth rsge One tha "moral Insurance" of the nation should bo guarded "when half the world la on fire." Laughter amplified the up plaus when President Wilson augyeated that the country should be ashamed "of a.ny. thought of hotlllty or fearful prepara tion, for trouble." Laughter was renewed when he naked tho naval xprta to tell 'What sort of naval craft should be built to be effective for the next 10 years, President Wilson accompanied by the ecret service men left the capltol for the White Houflo at 1:15 o'clock. THE PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS The President spoke1 as follows: Gentlemen of the Congress! The session upon which you are now entering will be the closing session of the 6d Congress, & Congresst I ven ture to say, which win long be remem o"red for the great body of thoughtful and constructive work which tt has ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 8 December 1914

prrwjjp; "W" vw!flw rfjc I It Irfe: m- 1 a; OHMFMONEY HAS CAUSED INVESTORS . TO 1PICK UP BONDS Mfgh-class Railroad Sc urit.cs Being Taken. rveiscnsmarK rxcnangc Continues Upward Swing. Jttfifr TOtlK, Dec. ..'-Willie tliet bond 1 ' trirkct ahowed a drugging tendency to My, prices' were generally upward nnd Uisre us a. Rood Inquiry for railroad bonSs, which apparently came from In Vtstors who are picking up high-class atgurUles, primarily because of the oheapncsj of money. Call money opened At 4 per cent: and Utfer fell to 354 per cent, which was U)i general rutins price In the trading fr4terday. There was an oversupply and any ono who had good collateral to of fer had no dtfllculty negotiating a loan. HeUchmark exchange, which advanced yesterday, continued the Upward swing today, (joins to 91 for cables, compared irltti the tow ebb of &H at the close of last week and 91 yesterday. Today's prjco Is thus an advance of S cents within ' week. In foreign banking circles It Is In siste...

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