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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 8 December 1914

EVENING LEDflEB-PHILAPlSLPHIA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1QU. '''''"''IBIIIIIllil 111! I ....., I .1 .. . -. .. . . ... . . jtmna.. .. , , m HELP WANTEB-JMAUS General ' LEARN TO MB A ClUUFFEUn .la the largest repair ahopi In this city. A practical courn In drlTlnjf and repairing . AUTOMOBILES' ,, A A SMALL COST TO TOU IN WEEKLT PAYMENTS ., . . VT Instruct In our shops, working -with cur MtJVxiiH n hmiH dad. 4 hours erenlng. Bee our hlg "hop classes now working re- Mil i""' wjKa Kwrj'v:;: .. RD USEE .U VWVXV K,f Wll " n.w..- ... I MADE (50.000 In flye years with A "" mail, order Business : mm 1" ?"v noi for free booklet Tells how. Heacock, 608, Lockeort, N T MOVING-PICTURE OPintATimJ taught. IIS; positions secured, open dally JlM Monday, Wed., -Frl. ergs. Molt School. 1B08 Bansom. OHESNBWAliD'8 , , Ejecutlra office positions, tech. and Bales fcositlons ! htgh-oless employment exclusively I "books and hHthk gratis 880 B. 11th it. MTUATIONS WANTED tfEMAXB XNT HIGH-GRADE commercial por tion ...

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. — 8 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
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 9 December 1914

NIGHT EXTRA PBIOE ONE OEKT NIGHT EXTRA mm VOL, I-NO. 76 PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1914. Cerraionr, 1914, in rai Pcstto LtMza Con Mttr 1ERCE FIGHT AGES ALONG NEW POLAND BATTLELINE .German Army From East Prussia Menaces War saw ' by - Drive From Mlawa Toward Novo Georgievsk Strong hold. Petrograd Admits Renewed Fighting in Northern Po land and Announces Hew Advance on Thorn Cra cow Siege Reported Lifted Warsaw is in peril 'from an attack from the Siorth. German troops arc advancing' from Mlawa toward Noyo Georgievsk, the great fortress which serves as a defense for the Polish capital. Berlin reports hot pursuit of jie enemy south and west of Lodz, tut the Petrograd version is that the Genua n offensive has bech checked in both the Lodz and' Lowicz fields. Admission, however, is made of fight ing along the Soldau-Thorh line. Soldau is but a few miles from Mlawa, where the Germans assert their superiority. From Vienna icome rumors that tjie investment of Cracow has been check...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 9 December 1914

$ZMm.x'''-&yl y,.w a5tr. Fpr ft'"? - -&&$t " I . tt t-r IBBSHI t - S K ldr ft IBHssikBiiSS ijr Sf "sjIMJwjyt sIsBBIsS- Slni4 jftBJjyffjiiir Hii9JHrK" SSSBy jbhru wmmmmmm inifl '! in HpsSB1&- wW&j9i& mm $m -.'-::. MtBpaw W 'wtstsHMWesssS CL-Li EVEHlKa IiSPGEBPHlLAPBLPHIA WEDSPAY, DEOEMB&K 9, 1914. mmst scores COSTELLO MOVE IN SUPPORTIM TAYLOR eat Philadelphia Also Enthusiastic-Ovet Plan for Comprehensive System of High-speed Transit. Meetings of Protest .Against Costello's HoUilTransitBill tonight. Fortieth and Market Streets Busl nets Men's Association. .- THORSDAT NiqHT. East ficrmantown Improvement As sociation. , . f SJRIDAT NIQIIT. Fox Chase Improvement Associa tion. . ... 'M6MDAT, DECEMBER 14. Booth Oak Lano Improvement Asso Residents of Northeast and West Phila delphia ' emphatically Indorsed the high speed transit plana, of Director Taylor Ist night" nnd condemned the "antK peed''. Mil 'of .Common Councilman Cos tello at three .enthusiastic meeting...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 9 December 1914

IMZSTM I3H1 j - - . - i j k - ., . .. . .. ... .., . , . SE3I II . i..i.. mil... . i I DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHIPPING EARLY AND PLEASE UNCLE SAM Parcel Post Man Asks .Srnnnrrc in Pmvpnr tJn- MILLIONAUtE AND GIRL WHO ACCUSES AIM OF "WHITE SLAVERY" 3 HURT AS AUTO AND OAR COLLIDE ON OLD YORK ROAD Members of Party on Way to Dance Victims of Acci dent Which May Cost One Life. r & COMMUTERS' BRIEF PUT IN FINAL FORM FOR STATE HEARING Attorneys Consult With University Professor and Engineers in Preparing Arguments for Public 'Service Commission. 'f'innt details for the arKUmont against the proposed increase In passenger rates by the railroads, which attorneys for the commuters mill present at the formal liearinc before the Public Service Com mission of Pennsylvania In City Hall to morrow, were arranged this afternoon At a meeting in the olllce of Cdunrd I). sV Jiartln, chairman of the Joint Trans portation and' Suburban Committee of the Unitud Business Men's Association! The attorneys repre...

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

-rHIlilrM . .. JMgflhj4ty- -- i; f h i h- nlMftu.iUHIJrtnnh(.ti,Hi GERMANS HURL THIRD BIG ARMY AGAINST RUSSIANS IN POLAND BATTLEHOJSER gjj GERMANS BLOW UP ALLIES' TRENCH ON AISNE BATTLE LINE fofatitry Attacks by French Gam Ground Elsewhere ' Along rtront Artillery Duet on Meuse. . PAWS, Dec. 9. In their continued 6ffenlve nffatnit the OttMana ntfrtierous trebches haVa foeon CRpturd-br the Allien, eayn.nn. ofTlcIal aUtement Issued here this afternoon. It olBtom'-sucooasea for tho Allies alone the sreat biUio front at virtually every point hut! one, "where tho Oermam mined nnd litvr up a. French trench. This was In 1hs Alsnn region, whero Infantry attache, with AdvkntaEta to tho French, are also nported. Particularly severe dentins Is In prog ress in Uie Arsonno, where several Qef- : man trenches hare been carried ot the paint ot the bayonet Along the heights of the Mouse the French artillery main tains Its advantage, while In tho Vosgcs points iron by tho French In their ad vance aga...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 9 December 1914

m&KssmMXBBsmmEm 'W-.. hVjWpgllMtUfclflrt EVENING LEDGER- PHILADELPHIA, WBDNEPDAY, DETEMBEB 0, 19U. u IIP tk-i mi H i- WAR TAX OH DEEDS WILL PUT REALTY VALUES ON RECORD Brokers Express Divergent Views on Advisability of Publicity Enforced by New Revenue Measure. A treat deal has been said In regard to tho advantage and disadvantage of bavin? the prloe shown In transfers of real estate by tho to-cent Internal revenue stamp which, under tho new law, must fee attached to tho deed for every $500 of xjulty which is conveyed. If tho property is sold clear, this applies to tho whole amount! It there Is a mortgage upon It, the tax must be paid upon the selling price less the amount of the mortgage, In any event, by the examination of the record at the Recorder of Deeds, Includ ing that of mortgages, the price paid can eaiJy be determined. CONCEALED PIIICKS. For many years many brokers, often tinder direct Instructions from clients, have avoided putting the consideration or selling prlco ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 9 December 1914

Wf-fej i j, -, .-iiS, flifff&lfi.'t&aw.--, MBTttTil rfc ' i fir EVENING LEDGERS PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9 11)14. tJ nJgiHiaiii i ililnTliii SOMEBODY IS ALWAYS TAKING TIIE JOY OUT OF LUFJG '" ! JJJ , ... .. ' r ' ' - , . , , I ii in ii ii ii ,i n 1 i j ii ii 4 r-- tfe- RK lot ni fc: F If?- r f r HK. . A,m V A GREAT MYSTIC HAROLD MacGRATH SYNOPSIS. Zuiora ft UfX an orphan at an rarttr off. Iter fathtr It Mllti in a gold mini he hat ittcavered Half an timr t(r learning ( her hutbani tutor' mathera tight r walker with rir rut f icfert tcUA a vrrttte, alt and rulijra ant the fcrtunt from tht mint, Uhitk growl Is bt worth ltt,t,Hi art Uft In the guardlanthlg e FraHfe X. rtrm mdn, )Buforo' htofftfr't fcrotntr. JCwfortt, pt(n mmU o great beauty, reach tht act of it. Tht untlt, who Sat HI hlmttlf up a a Itlniu mrlf and U known at ttariam All. decide! in hit freed that tudera mutt Alt Uteri tht can M a thanct to om I'lo poJtcolon of rr money, to Mai II may te Wl o him. tii n...

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

sTgppgpSp EVENING LiaiXJER PIULAUKLPUIA, WJ3DNBHDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1914. "? (BPWT?- M'ADOO'S REPORT HINTS OF TAX ON (1R0SS INCOMES Suggests Possibility of Amending Present Law. .Tells of Emergency Pro visions and Says Catas trophe Was Narrowly Averted. WASHINGTON, Dec 9. Secretary Mc Adoo's annual report on the state of tho Government (lnances, made public today, reviews the financial aspects of the war wills and the emergency measures taken fflcls.ll and by banks and other In Itrests throughout the country. Mr. McAdoo points out that steps are cine taken for n. more complete collec tion of the Income tax, and hints that lie ,mny urge an amendment calling for returns on gross Incomes, Instead of net, as at present. IHs report Is in effect a chronology of emergency steps taken after the outbreak tf tho war. In addition to being a state ment on the various activities of the Treasury Department "The outbreak of the European war," ays tho report, "precipitated many grave .problems. Intern...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 9 December 1914

mTTVFfi&M gfyhWBjmBiSyw i s EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1912. r 9, 15 , . BF- U1 - L fc-r fttenittg gHH Mter PtJBtIC LEDGER COMPANY xsrnus . k. ccims, Pbbsidmt. Oeft. TT. Och, 8eortiary; John C. Martin, Trtaurer Charles II. Luitlntlon, Philip S. Collins, John H. tVtt lltmi IMrectora. I .i-i . ii ni. rm HI llll ; ftblTOniALBOArtDf Ctica II. K. Crjatis, Chairman. P. lU.iritAt.RY fiheeutlva Bdltor JOHN! 0. ff AttTW general nualnets Manager Published dally at Tcntto LiMta nulMIng, Independence Square, Philadelphia. LrfteM disfiu ... bread ahd Chestnut Streets ATUftnc Cm rrrsi-lntott Bultdlig- Nut Tobk. ..,,,.,..., ....1T0-A, Metropolitan Tower Ctilcioo.... ...... 81T Home Inturanee llullJIna; LONDO.f 8 Waterloo Place, Pall Mall, S. Vf. S'EWS DUnEAU.1t IlAnincioJ OttaiUD.. ......... .,, The Patriot Pudding Wahiunoto Hl'cD. The Pott ltulldlnr Nr.it Touk ntimiti.,... The Tlmts Nulldlnr Hm.t.i Bessie no irrledrlerutraita London Ucmo.... ...,2,rll Mall Earn, B. W. Fa...

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

9 "x" Social AJancot? !Per? ona TxJead'mgj EVENING LEDGEB-PHILADELPIIIA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1914. iyJSSC'SSv MJMJ-1lMJ -trsrnwr m o n m - LJV-m At THE marriftaro of Mlsa Dabnef Maury , Ualae-, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. James T. ttalsey, to Harrison Crulkshank, which win tokfl place Wednesday evenlnff, December 10, nt 8 o'clock, Miss llalscy will be attendod by her sister, Miss Helolso Ilntsey, a maid of Jhonor. There will be no bridesmaids. Sir. Crulhshank will have Daro Hopkins, of Wilmington, Col., os best man. ' The ceremony will be performed by the IleV. Dr. James Bid die Halsey. a cousin of the bride. Only the Immediate families will attend the weddlnff, but a large reception will follow at 8:30 o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Ilalscy, 107 South 2Jd stroet, where the wedding will tako placo. The Iter, and Mrs. Clarence Dlspham will Issue Invitations shortly for a tea to be given at their home, 408) Pine street, on January It, to Introduce their daughter. Miss Sophie Bis ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 9 December 1914

yf rtxnjfut trt EVENING LElMiliUt-PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1014. FASHIONABLE FANCIES. PRACTICAL ARTICLES AND NEW IDEAS FOR WOMAN AND HOME 'X "i jr f i'- I , -" .saws. a The Girl Who Works rffVSft Jj&& ( ELLEN ADAir TO SALESGIRLS A pleasant manner is not always the easiest thing to maintain when things go wrong, as things invariably will do at this busy season of the year. Yet the wise salesgirl will make an effort to keep a bright and smiling counte nance no matter how harassed she may be feeling. That feeling of worry, by the way, can amount almost to hysteria if not checked in time. If, on the contrary, the "keep-smiling" attitude be maintained, it is quite surprising now soon the' outward and visible sign of en tweet, optimistic disposition will breed a genuine) cheerfulness in the sensible girl who practices such. Customers are undeniably influenced by the manner and appearance of the salesgirl who attends to their wants. The bright, energetic girl will succe...

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. — 9 December 1914

nessi. wwnii(iWllW,ir" EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1914. i 11 I S I I ' ETHEL VALENTINE "Today" Adelphl. M m ' f - ., 'i I I THEATRICAL BAEDEKER ADELFHI "Today." by Oeorse Broadhurst una Aoranam acnomer. a who. bjimuouujt played by Ethel Valentine, seeks luiury by "the e&sfeat way" and la killed by her hus ahd. . . BROAD'TtM Secret." by Ilanrl Bernstein, adapted by David Belasco. A atudy of fem inine Jaalouay, In which Gabrlelle Jannelot, the heroine, seeks to destroy peopled happi ness. France Btnrr proves herself an actrera ot exceptional talents In an unpleas- roRREST New York Hlppodromo production nf imnifnn Tlw met alahoratelv staged production ot the Gilbert and Sullivan clastic. OARRICK "Potash end Perlmutter.".". drama tltatlon of the famous atorles of Montague dines. One of tho molt capitally amuaine plays of years human, appealing to all. KEITH'S Houdlnt escapss from a, "torture cell- with hta uaual case Miss Wynnalngs eharmlngly. In addtlon an ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 9 December 1914

rx rim 1 I- Is I t. bil fa EI an to no tbl shi lot hoi dlfi cur to per ladil cro negs theri "Wl Intel roorJ ticral Ins, I bit at can Placl At ll twH yet.. mtli once the Thl - V-baj t a, 3 son mmJm ua twy' th h K iwf Er- ysafa Sej ' wk ; S" ' ttl M m "WPJIISSi 'pcc"ijs-p - JWp'icrvjJ ft ""ijajt-wtTTS 0 V CONNIE MACK SAYS HE MACK SAYS HE WOULD HOT LEAD NEW YORK YANKS jWhen Interviewed This Afternoon, Athletics' Chieftain Declares He Would Not Accept Offer. HIGH-WATEB BAM, PRICES The highest price ever paid for a baseball player up to the time of thn "Bddle" Collins aal, eald to be ,50,000, was $E.OO, which Fred Clarke, of Pittsburgh, pild out for Marty O'Toola. "Charley" Ebbetts wan to pay 125,000 for "Joe" Tinker and he did hand over dome tutooo or J15.0CO of the amount to a or rr Herrminn. Other rocord prices paid tor ball players are. Lorry Chlppolle, bought by Chicago Americans from Milwaukee American Association club for JIAVOOO. "Lefty" Rurncll, boucht by Phila delphia Americana...

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. — 9 December 1914

EVENING LEDGEE-PHIIiADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1914. w 13 r BOND PRICES UP IN H. Y. TRADING; RBIGHSMARKS RISE Market Developed Strength 'During Afternoon New York Central Defers Dividend. HEW YORK, Deo. . During the after noon the bona market aevciopea i atrength, ftithouglf trading vtaS not aot- 1t, and prices were generally up from J last night's closing. In some cases over a f point The two principal topics of in- t tercet today were the notion of tho New Torlt Central directors In deferring tho regular quarterly dividend of 1V4, per cent. ' Md another rlso In relehsmark exchange 1 to a new high level for the present move ment Colorado and Southern .refunding Us were a feature, advancing 2 points to 76 from yesterday's close. The sharp rise ni nM in be the result of tho action i of the Miners' Union Jn calling off tho J strike In the Colorado coal fields. Mls fsourl Pacific 4s were active, being up ',i points. 6 The most active Issue was the 6 per am cent, debenture bonds, ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 9 December 1914

5S5533aafeSr3K3 i'tr3B!7 "syseasa-w r" " -a-W.- g,.. ii itt.Vli.JN.llNG hElKtlnU lllJ.LAJLii;jLrFHlAf VVEI)JMJiJSDAY D KO ill MiiJiili 9, 1U14. gTtfr M-.rt. eewigBfcA . I k : m ORDINANOBS Thurvja in pursuance of tha autlmrlty wated fii them ny in fourth flection of in Act tjAnMy approved May 131)1. 1857, they do hereby ,(N.iet and appropriate for park nur re in for ths health nd enjoyment of jh people' forever a certain tract of ground Wr l fe Thirty-fifth Ward, and bounded and descrlbeM a follows: Beginning- at a rfllijt t th Intersection of Hie northwest aid ef O street and the northeast aide of Ionr street. (IV-ncr north ST degree 40 minutes 8S eorrd east seventy-flv 75) feet four and rlVe-etghlhs US) Inches to the wont sHl of Oxford avenue, sixty feet wide: thence along the nl ld of Oxford nvjmie north 4 d . BfH al minute 63 second west eltty-elglit (W) feet ven I J) InrMa to n olnt; them telth (a degrees 84 minutes 80 second west !ihten (18) feet seven-eighth ftt) inch to tVtln...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 9 December 1914

l s , SITTJATJCONS WANffED-JTEMAlVE STKNOvIHAVHten SipetT rennra. capable young lady 8 yr exp B 839, Led CctiU- STLNnoKAPHfclt-itapld, careful J yr '. ex- f perlenee best ref B 667. Ledger centtai. VjilTiSc QOVBUNEW8 ' Will, have a .few hour to spire earh day nfter January 1 to team rTencn, ucrmnn una ciisunui uw reference F K), Ledger uenirau VAltltKSS'or chambermaid -Bensinle woman I reference, position right away. 11129 Arch t. ?7HITE woman day's work, washing, Ironlnr. -I..,.,,.. 9 -,, rial A lJ t TJkrlrP O BW. liUnillilft I" vg i --.. .J -"I ..--.,,-- . arotiNo lady or nEFmroujNT and ed- uvatio.x, ExrciiiBHvtiu as .9! ft ft' OOHAl'IIpU, WILLING TO WOnK IIARUl CAN WKE CAItB OP COimEWPONDUNCH AND MAKE MiSDLF OBMKRALbY USM Fill. IN OFFICE, MOUORATB BALU1Y. & IHT. LEDGER c'BNTilAL. ....,.,.. 4 SITUATIONS WANTED MALE Are you seeking a man of peculiar (mining and experience for a responsible sates, clerical, executive or technical po- The Ledger's Commercial Registry Bu reau has ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 9 December 1914

K-'TiPw- ''WStlWPWJII BWM!a -SS'IJ p?HH SJT( "g9Brf '-w - - -srsfi f ,- M :, ' r NIGHT Kttnim EXTRA w, EXTRA' so: ?-::. ' Win i 111 i T'fif. NIGHT 1r PEIOE ONE CENT m ,i.i..ii '..iv i , i" If-: Bi IK?1: n a K- a a r-oi B- PS' I I I.I -i u usv eti tta. Burv th r , r. I I I i m. P.t r VOlfitfjM;ff:: -..v.: , pnnADBLprtiA, wedmsxjay, December o, ioi4. Coftwant, lli, i Tnruo Ltwira Couhht. IK". iiiVTrriiiii 'jii .!, aWf' in IIH ! .iMHIi ' Mi 1 1 11 V,VK.-T. V J . . '. i J .-" v. ' . MNDnMiM'S' THE Ifflm OF THE DAY AS POM RAYED .BY THE QbICK EYE OF THE CAMEBA 'BdlkG GTOOOTgHROUOH THE ' 'w " V -cf JPIS -' iilXW'tVt YEiNG XMATRgIN JVENING MK 1 A-The two children showrTthc ptoSr are typical. of the boys i : $v". , V& VJ ?' ' k'-IH WM& "'J j W W yA$&j No sooner had the g"VSM Wn lllW 'I V and sU-ht Vho are poming to the Evening Ledger Building, nt' 608 lj'?; ;V, T ' ' '' !&' .- ---' '-. 1 1 ' i V' ' " ' ' s (he Pubic-Ledger Christmas Club been . -MwSJS 1 ' 'Chestnut street, ev...

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. — 10 December 1914

BHB9 ---T-w yy"pTBjj pHI yT'Bpr' RIGHT EXTRA NIGHT EXTRA VOI. I NO. 7G PmiADELPIIIA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1014. PBIOE ONE CENT CoptntoBr,lDH,r tn Fcslio httom CoMrlHT. TWO OF EQISON MAIN BUILDINGS THAT WERE WIPED OUT IN $5,000,000 BLAZE TWO GERMAN SHIPS CAUGHT AND SUNK, I -Irlfltlfttrt iPrjA 4 1 1 lTi It IT --- - - - --- - -,. s,ijw? v3mwanjii i r3-3fUJK earyiTi - eh f , ' ' ' ' ": f . i i iiiihmimiiwiwimbi, ! pHM,iwwwwiiwwiwiiwewiwwiwwieeniiOTeoeeiinilnrTiniiiiTniiiTmTTnnTTTnTTi ih,b KAISER TAKES PRZASMSZ IN LATEST DRIVE ON WARSAW r- u Stubborn Fighting Ends in Victory at Strategic Point, East of Mlawa. German Flank Protect ed by Occupation and Way Opened for Quick Advance. Flew Movement From East , Prussia Sweeping. Tpward ' Objective Berlin Re ' gards Lodz Capture as Turning Point in. Second , ' German . Invasion of Po land. ,s The German force driving toward Warsaw from East Prussia has cap tured Trzasmysz, a strategic town north of the Vistula and on the line of ' communicati...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 10 December 1914

? Pf. - HYEKIK0 SEDGER-PHILADELPHIA", THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, IdU. TAYLOR SUPPORTED wmmm men :: 0:EERY SECTION - f r t i i mi Cdstcllo Plan Denounced. Eas;t Germantown Asso elation 'Holds Transit meeting Tonight4 Xndo8e,raentS oi Director Taylor's high jHtdnfah'jt plans are being made mlght- ly by,,, business men's associations In nil section of Philadelphia, Ujj;to h present time, nearly a faun trd "Organizations have condemned tlia Costello ahtlsped ordinance In tnoit em phatic, urmai. They expressed doubt as to Ita author's sincerity, first, because the bill only tended to complicate matters, and, secondly, because Congressman-elect Coslell.o, while announcing that he was la harmony wth Director Taylor, Intro duced his bill without the latter's knowl edge. West Philadelphia regards the Frank ford Councilman's plan as an obstacle. The 0pi and Mi.rket Streets Business Men's: Association, at a meeting last night; .condemned the Costelto plan em phatically, and, on motion of several m...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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