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

Iwwpfflpl P9"WSS MINE OWNERS SEEK TO HAVE TAX BILL DECLARED ILLEGAL jMeasure Adding Millions to State's Revenue Not Prop erly Advertised, They De clare in Court. HAIlTUSBtma, Pa.. Dec. 10.-The case to teat the constitutionality oC ths an- ithraclte coal tax of 24 per cent, on coat prepared for tho market was begun to day In the Dauphin County Court. It I involves taxes nmountlng to millions of dollars. Of tho 60 cases that have appealed from the tax settlement of Auditor General Powell, three companies, tho Aldan and : the riymouth, of Luzerne County, and tho St. Clair, of Schuylkill County, wero elected as typical of the others. Judges Kunkel and McCarrell were on tho bench and Audjtor General Powell, who was present, wri represented by Attorney Coneral Bell and Deputy At torney General Hargest. The Aldan case was the first taken up, nd It wns claimed by Attorney Snyder, representing Olmsted & Stamm, that the company should not pny the J77S2.SS, the amount of tho tax settlement...

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. — 10 December 1914

SggglSgfM J&.A . iflrtfc ft- fe- i P 1 M r - r TWO MORE CZAR BEATS BACK GERMAN ADVANCE ON 60-MILE FRONT JLowicz in Flames From Kaiser's Shells, But Furi ous Fight Near Mlawa Subsides Lodz Victory Discounted. petrograd, dc. 10. The Kaiser's Poland army advancing on a EO'tnllo lino from How, near Lowlcs, to Qlovno was repulsed with enormous losses, according to today' statement from the War Omce. The fury dt conflict on the Mlawa SoIdaU line, whence the Germans are aiming a how drive on Warsaw, has sub sided. X. Persistent attacks) within 40 miles of Warsaw afa' admitted by the War Of- flee. Night attacks by the' Germans In the battle now going on In' the region about Lowlcs, 'Poland, have- .been repulsed by the Russians. The German attacking columns were revealed by searchlights Used by tits Russians, " and the. assailing forces suffered serious Idsses,, according to an atrtclal Statement made today at thn AVar Office. Lowlcs Is being bombarded by the Ger mans and part of tlid to...

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. — 10 December 1914

""W.1V EVENING LEDGER-PHIIJADELPHIA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1U 191?. tf BRITISH ARMY PAY , TOO SLENDER, PLEA : OF ENGLISHWOMAN ADMIRALS STURDEE AND VON SPEE BOTH NOTED COMMANDERS British Victor in South At lantic Sea Fight Veteran of Egyptian Campaign Von Spee, Able German Strate gist. sP BTORF, OPI3NS 8t30 A, M. AND CLOSES AT 0 r, H. mail on rnoN'n onnrcns filled Yr A C4-ss. Vast New Stocks in Readiness for i cai jrUMiiii 4?iui c Every Need Christmas and Later Save the YELLOW TRADING STAMPS Full books of them aro ex changeable for acceptable gifts. H ATS TRIMMED FREE OF CHARGE IN THE SUBWAY STORE Rubbers and Rubber Boot Sixes and styles to fit all shoes. T Writing to Relative in Phila- Children! BOc A 70c Hnb- OfJ ber, sites 6 to 1014,. .. OOC J UUlJJllia, JUC VUtlllll.lluo ON Women' ftffc to Bite ilnhlier 39c - T . ("- f: tension increase or rn- 1 2 MORE Men's B.1.KO short Hoot.. So QQ Market Donblo Yellow Trading Stamps With livery 10c Purchase Until Noon Filbert Eighth AFTER THAT, U...

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. — 10 December 1914

HgaawB. -BE-- iiniiaiiiiifililtt,lllil inuMJiiHX fffs VSSf w 'TtIw'WWwI vummumu .yiiiM Mimmmm S m m. t-sf i fc f f i ( MW wa ift aEMgy b px "-S MELS FORESEES SEDUCED ARMAMENT tHEN'WARISOYM Pending International Agree mnt He Would Continue Strengthening This Coun-- try's Navy. ; WASHINGTON. Dec. tO.-Scrttnry Dahlcjs told tho tlousa NnVat Affairs Committee today thoro was hope of an agreement among nation to reduce their armaments After the European wnr, but that meanwhile the United States must keep tip Il navy-building program. Tho' Secretary urged tho committee to fcuthoHxo legislation to build Up a re serve! of approximately 35 000, consisting Oj mfit who have enlisted In the navy and served out their enlistments, but TffiO -Would be witling to enter the re- ervexsj'etem and be subject to n call to the. colors ''Indicating the possibilities of such n reserve," Biild Secretary Daniels. "Ib tho fact that during the Jlexlcnn troubles my ofllco was deluged with applications from forme...

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. — 10 December 1914

i"w L jlnnrkTr TnnTTTirnn XMT EVENING LEDGEB-THILADI3LPHIA THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, ldl'4. INTEREST GROWS IN PROPERTIES OK GERMANTOW AYE. Section Between Norris and York Streets Shows In creased Real Estate Ac tivities and Higher Values. ' H K HKIl I III li UN Store Opens 8:30 A. M. WANAMAKEITS Store Closed 6 P. M. SMOKED MEATS DAY p '9 iiiUaieHia AT BIG FOOD SHOW mmMM Tiirrow in ai w fc Second Delegation qf Wash- ingtonians View Exhibit at Reading Terminal Mar ket. A second out-oMown. delegation of market experts arrived In this city today to villi the Food Exposition now In prog rewi In tho Heading Terminal Market. They represent the Hay alid Ccntro Mar kets of Washington, D. C, and nro unanimous In declaring that they have ooma to learn as welt as to admire. Today will be marked as "Pork Prod ucts and Smoked Meats Day." Although these products are being featured, the other exhibits, such as fruit, vegetable, Sh and meat displays, continue to at ict much attention. Tho visiting expe...

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. — 10 December 1914

IWMH""! lain) m iTl 'f$WB&r?& " nwf5PWy"' Ci I. K' jfc,'. "4 'urv w i r r 'SiV ' I G M- flHfflKfi? fiflEBKJ Elllli' vBasfli uffTaeSiL' sc ;':;-8s. Sew''"' 8 public ledgeh company CTnL'S 11. K CUnTW. ftnaitiMT. dro. tV. Odft. 8pcrtry ; John C. Martin, Treaaurr Cfiarlas It. lAdlnrinn, rhlllp 8. Collin, John 8. Wil liams, Xftetora. '' V V ,' ii i in . n. I i ttbtTtittiAt. MAnni y'-fl1) ' friar It. K. Ptiatts. Chairman. ffift. ttffAt.nV,,,. . . ............. SttvaUvt BJltof fOHNCMAHTtN. Oenaral DmtnfM Manattr I'tibllihed dally it lffW.io I.imto Building, Ttlrpndt Bquirc, Philadelphia, Ktneitn ruttRii,. i ....... . .Broad And Chestnut 8trt AHAhttc Cm rruit-b'nfon IlullJInic New Voatf. . ..1T0-A, Metropolitan Tower Cniatso BIT Horn? Imuran nolldlnc . I-iftiMW 8 Waterloo Place, rail Mll, S. W. js NnwamntEAtjsr -tUMitneio tirnnu. The ratrtot riull.IInic .TCUHtwo nrmi-. the rout llulldlni JW Tonic UCRKAtr The Tlmts llulldlnir PSi.l!,JIpmut) no Frlertrlchtroi) tsftosl Brniuo 2 Pali Ma...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 10 December 1914

MWiMWpiy JMim WHWifW -"T fSpWWT0 EVEtfltfa LKBGEIt-PmUTJErPHTA" THTT&aDSX " MM EM MR TO, !M5.' v "S S3EIAL DDINGS C1I1U ffiO mmmmm Mfc . i f m.im 1 i I i i i i III, Mi n M Vji 2If )fl?SflD 3iL fi m ti ,1 r i Dll AND MI13. JOSEPH LEIDT, of lSlO Locust street, Bao a dinner last evening In honor of liielr daughter, Miss Cornelia lioltly, before the danco glcn by Mr. ami Mrs. Clifford Whcaton Vaughan. Tho gucst.i wero seated at small tables, which were decorated With pink roses. ' Miss Loldy voro a beautiful gown'of' nhlte atln and carried gardenias. Mrs l.eldy chose a handsome gown of pink satin trimmed with ohlfton and sequins. The guests, entirely of the dobutanto set, included Miss Annie Hutch inson, Miss Mm Ion Savafie, Miss Pauline Diss ton, Miss Hope T. Bcate, Miss Margaret H, Bdrton, Mlsn Mary Evelyn Chew, Miss Mary Froneea Fisher, Miss Husan Drlmncr Inger otl, Mies Uuth Coxe, M'lss Isabel Wurts Page, J. Hamilton Cheston, Jphn C. Bell. Jr., John Bhober, Francl3 B. Heed, Thom...

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

4" WBSKBmtfS m ?- sm tPPI I HnHp 10 EVBHrNG LEDGER-PHTDADEEPHrA", THURSDAY DECEMBER 10, IPIS' THE WOMAN AND THE HOME-PRACTICAL ARTICLES, NOVEL IDEAS, LATEST FASHIONS ON KEEPING UP APPEARANCES Ellen Adair Discusses ihe Sensibly Dressed and Ihe Over' i , dressed Girl. n TS9 keeping; up of apneiirances Is ft frery necessary tlilne In these day ot keen competition. Tho womnn who does Hot make an effort to put up a. bold front toward life and mankind has failed In ft. 4pa4 A Atl t 4 1 ( h 1 1 ! J CI CEDUllUai 1IUI L HJL IKIlIKi & idSsFbr Indeed wo can only Judge by np 1 ptnrnneei!, and, as wo all know, nothing I more Important than tint Impressions, In tho matter of dress, nil sensible women trill take a real Interest and care in their clothes. The woman who stints herself for tho sake of suitable clothes has been very frequently condemned by the critics, but It Is open to question whether such wholesale condemnation Is Justified. I have known many women succeed by tho putting up of ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 10 December 1914

EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1914. 11 A GREAT MYSTIC 3y HAROLD MacGRATH 1 SYNOPSIS. Zudora la lift an orphan ol an early age. JHer father la filled In a potd mills h ha tltcoxcretl Hal an hour after learning the death of her hutband Zudora'e melier a tight rope tcalker teilh a elr tut Is aclied u(li a lerllffe, alls and U killed. Zudora and the fortune from the Mine Which gnu.1 fa be worth tlO.OOQ.OtO, are left In the guardlanahlp of Frank Iteene, a circus mart, Zudora's mother" brother, tudora. giving pron)l " orcnl tyrant!. reachet the ant of IB. The uncle, who hat set hlmaelf up At n Hindu mvilla "",' hnaicn n llaasam Alt. rtcid In nit creed that Tudora must rtle before the tan haie a chanct to come Into poaieaalon of r money, no that II may be lc1 to him. the next of Mil, ana he prevail! upon the eirt to leatc her monev In hi hand three i'tare longer and eay notliina la any one bout the fortune. Haeaam AH aei an bjtaete lo fiU tehemo In the neraon of John ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 10 December 1914

12 EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA' THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 101' FEDERAL LEAGUE MAY RETURN MAROUARD-DOOIN DELAYS JUMP-LOBERT IN DEAL HO 2 W B af-SKmji I- r.4r fef DEALS AND RUMORS O00DPY BASEBALL FANS' ATTENTION Mack Spikes One Tale. Local Teams Are Involved in Trades Dooin and Lobert May Jump to Feds. Not since baseball becama popular has there been such startling rumors and cle- Tetopments as hrtvo been noticed during (ti the last two weeks Ho rapid has been fcy-" the announcements and denlRls that the fans aro at sea, wondering what will come next. In a condensed form, here's what has happened within a comparatively short time, and you can Judge for yourself: "Eddie" Collins has been sold by the Philadelphia American League Club for CO.000 nnd two players to tho Chicago ., iTVhlto Sox. Tho National League between May 1 lujd September 1 has decided to limit ach team a players to 21 Connie Mack Is to manago tho New Tork; l'nnkce.i. Tho Athletics aro to bo sold to . Philadelphia syndicat...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 10 December 1914

"ga iwiPEili wiwpiiipt piwHMPi, w EVENING EEDGEK-PMEADELTHlAv THURSDAY, DEOEMBER 10, 101?. 18 FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL SITUATION AT HOME AND ABROAD-MARKET REPORTS STEEL UNFILLED TONNAGE FIGURES CAUSED SURPRISE Street Had Generally Ex pected That Orders on Books Would Show Heavy Decrease. NEW TOniv, Dec 10.-The statement of unfitted orders of tho United States Steel Corporation was regarded as an unexpectedly favorable development on tho street. Ofllclats of tho company estimated only two days jiro that tho decrenso would be over 200,000 tons and tho fact that now ontora kept so closo to production was n. pleasant surprise. This result Is belloved to reflect tho appearanco of new business In tho last W days of November. Now orders In Docember aro comlnc In on a mora lib eral scala than at any ttmo In tho past four months, and there Is n good pros pect that next month's alatomont will show an Increase In unfilled orders, v Tho action of tho Vandcrbllt directors (n deferring dividend p...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 10 December 1914

't-((PH-f "WW W i!"" Hf f N i$jKieipiwiw"j'g"'g'g, , r ffi: r MM. STpEL CARS HEEDED TO INSURE SAFETY OF PASSENGERS Interstate Commission Rec ommends Their Use Re port Shows Many Deaths Due to Carelessness. fABrtlNOTON, Dec. 10. Steel curs In passenger-train service should b re tilred by law.- thfl Interstate Commerce Commission' ays In Its annual report mud public here today, tt also declared that th Uo In passenger trains of Wooilen cars between or In front of steel ars should bs prohibited The commission Is desirous of making; the railroad hours of service net more Stringent, and proposes that the penalty tor violations of this net bo changed to ft fixed and definite sum. or that a min imum penalty of $100 be established In stead of the pennltv of "not to exceed $500." ns now provided. "Blxty-three train accidents were In vestigated by the Commission during the year ended June 30. 1914," says tho re port. "Forty of thoto accidents were col lisions, and JS were !enllments. They cau...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 10 December 1914

n.iiii7 jjpjn mjim MwwiwippiipiiPwi ' w'mmmM Wwilw I EVENING EEPq-EB-HIIiADEEPHTg, THURSDAY, DECEMBER IP, IPI3E. IB Uj HELP WANTED MAM! WANl"Fr n-at-terert German apeaklnr nhsr- malst sinirie rnn"H ana inwr. ru'j i" v Kimil j)S Webster eve ..BcrantonjPa. tlcnr-rot trAnv to nr. a cHAurrmTit Jn the largest repair shop; In this city A praulcal coursyln drlvlnjr and repairing AT A 8MAtLACOSTTO TOU IN TOMKLY , PATMBNT8. ,. . TVa Instruct In mir nhftp. vrorVlnir Win mir lwhanlcs, 8 hours dally, 4 hours evening Bee our biff ehep classes new working re tmlrlnt curs Day nml Sn5 'J1 . .. ronn twrD cah co , 020-31 n. nrona -t. I MADJ! $"0,000 In five years with ft, iniall moll order buslnes:,bepri. with $5. Send for free booklet Tells how. lleacock, OBS Lockport, N T moving nrTt'nn ornnATiNa iusm, $is no-Hlon- secured: open dally nn;l Menrftjiy. Weil , Frl ovrs Mott School, 1B03 Sttnsom ' OTIHEN'WALD'B Executive office positions, tech. find sales tiesUtonsl hlxh-elass employment exclusively! b...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 10 December 1914

iSssEsmzsmSsiM W-Qf11 r ?? S t-t"i -p r .. tt( w?gS!B&P3lS;f"' stt l NTGHT EXTM NrGHT EXTRA fP Mxttnin m - i t&mb VxfoB&t : At "'.' I .... . j?RIOE OHE CENT it ml 1 1 if-fS-" t,Xl YOI; f-NO. 7G rnrLADELPmA, Thursday, December 10, 1014. Cotnonr,li4.ST ins ritM.10 Limm Coumm. iiiH ill iiiTI if 11 WR&ONSAND EVENTS'JN THE NEWS OF THE DAY AS PORTRAYED BY THE QUICK EYE OF THE CAMERA - ' - n -, ... j " " ' ' WOUNDED WARRIORS RESTING ON STRAW BENEATH ALTAR OF PRINCE OF PEACE Injured Belgian soldiers were' brouaht into this cathedral between the battles that went on nearby, while worshipers came and went. The praying chairs that are a feature of every European church are in the foreground. WHAT DAWN REVEALED ON BATTLEFIELD IN FRANCE This photograph was taken early in the morning near the River Marne after a battle between French and Germans on a field of freshly cut wheat ftfost of the victims shown here are Germans. It is an un. . usual fact that virtually all of them fell f...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 11 December 1914

NIGHT EXTRA VOL. I-NO. ?7 PHLLADEIiPHIA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1914. PBIOE oKBOEara J , ' , Corn.iotir.10H, si xbb Vitua tioxm Coumnt. 7 NIGHT EXTRA w ITlrTlilTiT' im IPJLLi HIT FOES GRIPPED I DESPERATE CONFLICT FOR CRACOW GOAL Austrians Check Russian Advance in Hot En gagement in West Ga licia, Taking 10,000 Prisoners and Many Guns Also Win in the Carpathians. Defeat in Galicia and Ger man Victories at ' Lodz, Lowfcz andV Przasnysz WillForce Withdrawal of Invading Armies to 'With stand Kaiser's Sweep on to Petrograd,, Is Belief in Vienna. The' Russian Investment of Cracow It about to be abandoned, according to advices, from Vienna. The Austrian army has' won decided successes in Western Galicia, holding the prog ress of the advancing Russian col umns. In the West Galician battle, in de fense of Cracow, the Austrian? al ready have captured 10,000 prisoners nnd numerous guns, while farther east they have blocked the Russian move ment across the Carpathians. German capture of Lodz, .so...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 11 December 1914

PRPMS ! art- mm , . m ' Jwr--is -3j r- .ftM -s fe i mmdt . REPUBLICAN CHIEFS PLAN AGGRESSIVE CAMPAIGN FOR 1916 Penrose, Barnes and Hillcs Will Discuss Party Re habilitation at Dinner in y . New York Tonight. .j i Ran for building up the Republican n national organization. In preparation for the presidential election In 1918, will bo dlscussrd tonight by Senntdr Penrose, William Barnes, who Is In control of ihe Republican machine In No York, and ' Charts D Hllle, chairman of the He publican National Committee, at an In formal dinner to be held In New Ybrk. The conference will be the first hold by "the three most powerful figures In the ' Republican party since the last election. ' The overwhelming Republican victories In Pennsylvania nhd New York on No vember 3 last have convinced Senator Penrose ami Mr. Humes that the Itcpub llcan party wants them to take chargo - of the presidential light In 191$. At tonight's conference the first mova toWnrd strengthening a standpat organl- sallon...

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. — 11 December 1914

EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, FBIDAY, DEOEMBEB 11, 10 1& CITY EVADES LAW TO POST NAMES OF ' WOMEN EMPLOYES Civil Service Commission Only Branch Taking Cognizance of Stale Labor Department Regulation. The Civil Service Commission took steps today to comply with a State Inw re quit-Ins that In every room where women are employed the names of the women nil their hours for work bo posted tn a conspicuous place. Tho action puts the commission. In a unique position compared with other de partmental oulces In City Hall. On n. conspicuously posted blank form, fur nished (ty the l'onnnytvanla Department of Labor nnd Industry, the names of the 14 -women employes of the commission "It's a. Btate law." say the Commission ers, who disavow any responsibility for lack of Kb observance In any of the, other oinccs In City Hall where women are cm- P Inquiry at the oflloes of tho Civil Service Commission showed that PM women were worklns In municipal departments. Fur ther Inquiry In some other offi...

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. — 11 December 1914

mmmmmmmwmm -v&ffe&trf- e ! T' eM -iwrr3rjr" ip? co" fir 9hBbhp38: MP R' MP-i '4 EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA FRIDAY, DEOEMiSiSK ml, i " Russian and austoanIiosts in jyEMTWSERj(ML3i FURIOUS GERMAN CHARGE CARRIES ' ; ALLIES' TRENCH Repulsed in Three Other At tacks in Yprcs Region, In vaders Succeed in Piercing Opposing Lines. PAttlS Uco. It. Strengthened l) the reinforcements that have been sent to aid tlrtrri'ln their attempt to plereo the Allies' line In the "reglori, of 'pft, the Uermans have token fierce ofTciislvo there At) ofnefl'statcnle'rit, Ireucd here thin afternoon oya they made several attnakfl yesterday. Three ot theso nt tneltn were reputaed, hut In another the Germans captured nun of the Allies' trenches. Trie Kreljeh, nre making progress In the region of Arras and Juvlncourt, and In the Argonno they have beaten back two German attack nnd tnken several ireilrhes. Further Rnlnq In tho forest of Lit Prctro arc aluo claimed. The French advance Jn tipper AWnca Is con...

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. — 11 December 1914

EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, FEIDAY, DECEIVIBEB 11, 191J7 s '5 1 BUSINESS BODIES . OF NORTHERN END FOR TAYLOR PLAN (Three Massimeelmgs Con demn Coslello Bill and Strongly ; Support Transit Director. N Three mora business men'" orRnnlsa tlons In .tho northern putt of the city decided at enthusiastic meetings Inst hlglil to support tho Taj'lor transit syrf. tern, and, to show that they were sin cere, adopted resolutions condemning the, Costello bill, which, they said, would only provo an obstacle ttf the work nl rendy done by tho Director of City Trniislt. Tho msellnss were held at Odd Fel lows' Hall. Chclten and Ogonts avenues, Germantown'; Broad street nnd "Windrlm avenue, under the auspices of the Logon Improvement League, nnd at the Lowell' Pvubllo School Annex, under tho auspices of the Olney Improvement Association. Director Taylor nddressed the German town meeting-, and showed with figures and facta that the residents of that sec tion could snvfe more money than those fit any 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. — 11 December 1914

-" ---: '0Wi!S$lm-!'M'n y i j i. ;.i 6- i fi.l 5 f If m I" m I sas.? s ssasii. iBSS r Hp? , rsf & HF "Wf- I S I"W .'-NilrM 3F'.3gE JSHBSU SHK VftSt Iff ifizz 'STATES SHIFT COST -OF NATIONAL GUARD i TO THE GOVERNMENT In' Many Cases Federal Ap propriation Is Greatest. Arkansas Gives Nothing. Mississippi Allows Only . $10,000. rtox a Inrr cossKiroxDKNT.l "WASHINGTON, Dec. 11 In view of the Mltatlon for Increasing the national Ie- fnt, the report from the Militia Board that the National Guard Is deficient In. ! jttejigth become highly Interesting. This s faBtiiney reaches the serious figure of -jrlnrly 18,000 men. The report shown that In." no State Is the prescribed minimum peace strength of all organizations of the , mllltla maintained, nnd that In many In stances tho deficiency has reached such f figure ns to leave the organizations of as value ns military assets to the Foil , rl Government Many of the "States tlu not pay their "Share of tliccost of maintaining the State mllltla,...

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