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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 11 December 1914

Evening ledger Philadelphia", feiday, December if, 1814. W " . '! f ""r n-r tn if r . m -- .i , GARDEN CITY IDEA POINTS ONE WAY TO HOUSING REFORM Social Welfare Wprkers De ' clare Such a Solution Ap plicable to Philadelphia's Tenement Problems. A,' "garden clly," such as was started In Lone Island by the Itussell Sago Vawi- , flotltfn, Is recommended by clvlo workers hire as one of tlio solutions of tenement bouse evils. LoiifT Islnnd Is not tMo only place where ftn attempt has been mado to reatlzo this dream of liusW reformers. Cities li Varlqiis parts of tho British Empire have succeeded In making vast Improvements In houslmr conditions. Whom rows of windbwlees roSms and llttto narrow alleys at one tlmo existed, now sanitary homes BUttoundcd by flower-gardens aro to bo seen. ExpcJts on houslns condltlops doclaro that municipalities abroad, )as well ns In certain parts of this country, have shown moro Interest In the welfare of those who live In congested sections than Phllndcl- pm...

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. — 11 December 1914

-nmnnwwiwwiiinijiiiii liw i umiiiihh m i miiw d hi m iiiiiiiinpM mini .wi n ii, mwimSm jT-S? -? r$--rimH$ 1014. r - - i f r i SMf f t M' . FKiPw fK rsmmmm S. M M?:Jmu o WMFM ft Singer PUBLIG LEDGER. COMt'AJVV criii8 tt. K rimTis ritmniir. jtt..L, W -att-... 4r.t. a. . taKiB IIa mS 1 A Ha.a Aft m fe m LWHiH. fatrilneten. Philip 8 Cfilllnt. John 11 TT1I- S& iiv KDITOniALUOUVUl 2WUA1.ET 8teml. IMKer f-t "ii i ' i " " . MAttllN . . .dcmrat nxiiirilii iinrr III I I III .MIHII w ' TutlljJitd diliy el rutiuo l.tMtt BulldlDif, IntJopendtnce Squire, rhlladlphlii. s CaTftiL.. ........ .flroftd ft nil ChootnuL RtrMttf rAliimie Cltr.... rrctnfat Dulldlnc KitrToitK.. t0-A. Mtrplltiti1 Tower tiatiioo . .. .817 tlm tmursneaj Itulldln -fcw. ....... .8 wirioo ce. ran aiah s. w. NEWSnUUEAtSl 1S"1 Brit' Th Patriot nulldlnr j8io: udkiuu IQt foil iiuiiiinc rplic BcrV i. Th(mes llulldlnr tfntjltic ..... SO FrltrirletistriM .... ..... n.n ii.ii a frr rti IPcuio.... . .. 31 nut Louu Io arind vptibiuuni...

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. — 11 December 1914

9 S30AL diu BO EVENING LEDGERPHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1014 ' i. 1 1 i hi . . ., . .... . . m'aammmmm'mm"'"''itmimammmmmiimammIHtl WW i WmyjJKB v- "ailaH ! iM J-d U IAIN I L( YWW y SAroD . a 1111 7i" u 7" ' ji-7j( z i m . -- srcar MKS WAL-TEH MA8BIJY and Mr. and Mrs. Edward George Trasel, Jr., havo Issued earda for n.n ht hdme on New Year's Day at trie Bake House, Torres Jn'le, at 1 o'clock. Kiss Christine Chambers will entertain tonight fceforc tho Alexander Brown Coxa ball. Miss Jean C. Bullitt trill be euest of honor at luncheon which will be given bV Mrs. James Francis Sullivan on Monday, December 21. Louis C. Madeira, 3d, trhoae marriage to Mis. Marls I Welsh r114 take place today, enter talnecl hla usfcors a.t the Huntingdon Valley Country OlublT Hit. gueats Included liarry I-. rennet, Horatio it. Morris, Percy C. Madeira, Jr., Edward W. Madeira, S". Leonard Sibley, Kd jnuud ThAjrer, lAureuc lUttler, Joseph Van felt, Charles V. Davis, B. Brannan Heath, 2d, Vnillam B, ...

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

" ,V"5'33S ttr- " " i:' yy' u id .ffVfeNlHa LBDGIBB-PHtLADELPHrA FRIDAY, nianEMBISR. . - -in".... i - it fc- ; u !-3l4 f -- .-t FOR THE WORKING GIRL aissrvt a The Girl Who W or, x 1 1 ttiJKij - 4sa? By, ELLEN ADA1P TO SALESGIRLS To enjoy one' work thoroughly ii half the battle for the salesgirl. Not until a genuine interest Is taken in the day's business will it cease to become mere routine and adopt a fascination of Us own. The business of selling can , be made most engrossing and the clever girl who appreciates this fact and acts upon it will soon make a good impression on her employer and work her way , up to a more important position. But it should be remembered that all things have small beginnings, and the girl at the bottom of the commercial ladder must not foolishly imagine thai at one tingle bound she can reach the top. . ,Do not despise the day of small thinas. Do the small thirms thorouahlv and ;! 4,f conscientiously. The slow, but sure, course will lead you to thetop one...

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

SSSES "''"WTOlP-'-M' "P WpiPfByflwy BVMING EftGER-PHIUADELPHia:, FRIDftY, DECEMBER II, 191?. T " A GREAT MYSTIC By HAROLD MacGRATH , BYNOtVSIS. s ttcforrt U left an orphan at dn tarlv ag. Htr father u kilted In a eoM wise he has discovered. Half an hour after learning 0 th death of htr husband Zudora' tnothera tight rope ualkef with a rtr cut li seised ivilh a icrtigo, oft ani I fcll'ed. Zudora nnd thr fortune from l mln. ecMch prows to t u-ortn iln.60,o, at left In the ouurdtansMp at Frank Kerne, n circus man, Zurtom' molser' rlr. Zudora, giving promise of great beauty. reaches the aae of la. The untie, who lias set himself up as a Hindu myalle and Is known as llassant All. decides in hie freed that Zudora must die otter eh can ha.t a chance to corns into possession of her money, so that (I Mel is left to him. the nest of kin, ana h vreialls upon the pirt to teats her money In his hands ihres yrars longer and sau nothing to any one rfboiil the fortune, Hassan AH sees an obstacle fa...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 11 December 1914

y t..t ,Var e (?? . s3 re. uV vU J a v HiIjS; 3aS W - HP IBflBf I itM: SBHHskjBtslBF w EBBf HV m IB sLHKHBlf He ; Mmm1' tnMSSSSm!;' s v " -5- imSIESiBKif" - i It- -SieaHB(&'aHl 12 BVByiggiiBDQEB-PHlg'AJJEEPHia:, FRIDAY, DECEMBER theMcentbasebau FEDERALS SEEM TO BE EAGER TO LAND STERLING PITCHERS V t .Conccintfhtion of Their Attack Upon Organized Ball Has i, Been Along the Pitching Line Pithy Notes of I! Comment on Various Subjects. A' mart on thltd, ivllh two men out, j Two runs would win tlio grim; iCould he but rrtike a homo-run clout, (Deathless would be his fnme, '' He gave his gilmy rants a hltcli, j And spat upon his nanus) ' Ul cap he gave n nervous twitch Anil faced the howling stands, "Three balls!" a bellow of ilollghtt "Two strikes!" the umpire said, lie knocked the next one out of Bight And then felt out of bed. t : :t , Organised baseball will very likely show a greatly weakened front by the first of , fhd i-enr. since the Federals are doing . ' jthelf shopping earl...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 11 December 1914

EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1914, 13 FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL SITUATION AT HOME AND ABROAD-MARKET REPORTS NEW LOW RECORD FOR CONSOLIDATED , GAS BONDS TODAY Most Active Issue in Trad ing Prices of Other Se curities Slightly Higher on ' Inactive Market. KEV YOKK, Dec. It.-AlthoURli trading In bonds wns no I active on the Moor of the exchange today, price wete sencr iilly fractionally tipuaut and the tunc wits flrrncrt The most nctllo Issue wan Con solidated Oas convertible Cs when Issued, WK),K belnr- Hold, The lust prlco wns 108, oft &a from Inst night's closing, a new low record This would nppcnr to Indlcnto that tliero Is a. decrease In the popularity of convertible bonds . AVliat brokers are devoting most alien Hon .to Is not piotpectlvc pilco npnements but business piobnbllltlcH. Most of them hfiVC A fixed belief that business wilt drag for Mine tlmo to coin and that tuarrtlned trading will be small In olume, unless some development occurs" which will bo...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 11 December 1914

rFsg3sE3Sr"K' :atyif3 waRnrimrrFiTri 3?" &v;rv , rf f f 7lU J. r sjw- -tS jr JItcK?' r fHaeBBBeEli ' " BlfflaT .CTMtefeji ; 14 . EVENING LEDGER-PHIEADEUPHia:, tfRIDSr, BTnnEMBEB 11, m FMTERNAL 50CIETIES -. , ' We EVENING LEDGER opens Us cdlumns today to a depxrtment of news of the fraternal orders. The activities of organizations which play so important a part, in the economic and social life of the communitu as do these societies cannot fatl to interest a multitude of readers. In thcac.columns will be printed on Friday of cich week a record of the doings of the various im portant fraternal societies repre sented in Philadelphia. Elections, appointments of officers, legisla tion, significant resolutions, items of personal tinteresl all will be noted. Whenever consideration of space make it necessary to omit news it will be printed in the next issue. Secretaries and others who may send communiedtiotxs to this office should be careful to write names and titles legibly on one side ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 11 December 1914

iipWwiwwwi iiUWJSPIW EVENING LEDaER--PHIIiADEi;PHT FRIDAY, BEDEMBER TT, , TBflE. IS HELP WANTED MAIiB BBVEnv man aeekli-ir ft new or better position should acoure ftt onco a free copy of ledger booklct orronnNtTT , . . omt or write to i.dnr tntrl, BroaA: nd Oheetmit t . nnd ask for your copy, "let n.qualntod with Mr Walters .who may h" Vimr other helpful tilnta that apply jartlnilsriy jo your ease. lyAnUK mnurarlurln Induttry rmulm ft feir tritatworlM workmen of Intellltenre for responsible iwltloiw In ! factory (not of fice), no mechanical tfnlnln ncoesenry, pe tterlnff utrongly In the. benefits and principle! if a prnnl-snarlnir bnH nnd to aeeurn per-mnnem-e. stlmnlato Interest and assure ut most ndelltv. these tuitions at mien only to men otherwlee railnfactory. who will put S10TW Into the bnslnees wases ami pronta tlrouM pieced IV)tl per year, tthlr arte, ref c!rd ami slvo three references. K 14.1, Idgtr ivnlrnl . FIlowaltAt'llKlt -Advcttlslns company ri elrea younc mnn..nhout 8...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 11 December 1914

VMrTrviiiasSSBKOISXiJSfi NIGHT" EXTRA NIGHT EXTRA (9pF txsttan t e Ttillfcl i fl li PRICE OltfE CEUT ra tLYfmrr 4tir ' a- r i ! t & "I I' i-aro. ?t niHADEiiPmA, Friday, December 11, 1014. Copt.tanr.10H.Bi tnn Pctio Iwa Commst. -. t - ieezV; women and events that: figure in the news of the day here and abroad HOW A GREAT DREADNOUGHT LOOKS WHEN BLOWN INTO THE AIR FROM A GIANT EXPLOSION BENEATH The London Mirtor printed these photographs as having been taken at the instant the battleship Bulwark was blown up smoke, completely concealing the ship; the second shows the explosion at its climax with the air full of debris and, flying ell recently off Sheerness, at the mouth of the Thames, when the vessel .burst into fragments. The British said an exploding timber, and the third shows the cloud of smoke and gas as it began to settle. It is said that' a photographer was preparing Ml magazine was, responsible, the Germans said a submarine did it. The first picture shows the first burst of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 12 December 1914

NIGHT EXTRA cimtm NIGHT EXTRA VOL. I NO. 18 rniLADlSLPniA SATUJIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1014. FKIOE ONE OEHT Cortaianr.lOH.Br inr Pcnuo Limn Coiinsr. i, th ARLSRDHE IS RIPPED BY BRITISH FIRE BDTBCAPBS German Cruiser Gives Battle to the Glasgow off Brazilian Coast, Says Report, and is Badiy Damaged Ad miralty Has No News of Reported Fight. Colliers Captured by Ad miral Sturdee's Fleet and Reports Indicate Wrecking of; Converted Cruisers Prinz Eitel Friederich and Kronprinz Wilhelm Ber lin Admits Losses , Off Falkland Islands. LONDON, Dec. 12. The German' cruiser Karlsruhe has been In battle with the British warship Glas gow off the coaat of Brazil and has been damaged, but managed to escape, says a dispatch received here today from Rio 'Janeiro. It is stated by the Admiralty that no official report of such a battle has been received, but the news also comes In a message from Buenos Aires; which says that "part of. the Karlsruhe's -stern was -shot, away by the Glasgow's six-inch guns." Atta...

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. — 12 December 1914

'7N m"w igy itowrtdaiinjw,,, MM MSL'ATIYEfflE' TO BE KEPT BUSY BY BIG PROGRAM EVE-NINO LKDQBR-PHlLADKLPHIA. SATURDAY, llKl'hilHUH 13, 19U- iimnwMi iimiiniwiiHiiiiiiiBiii i i i ww M-jM i.in .. - .j i - r 1 1 i ...".. . - - . . i i ' ' ' LAM B"GH OiJS'-TINNY"TAS& THE FAULT OF A BILLY GOAT State Food Commissioner Orders Ar rest of Deceiving Meat Denlers. IlQUhoder IX lh -otly liinib o.I ml. Should tsat of noorlj maatlreteit tin Ir.J!ou inould find II ntlan.clv loulmnM nMl .!'..' ""''' I"1 there a 'race ' cpuplln pin " .h?l "ho know the be(. la colled t IIEK FOlHOUGHflSA'WEq EDJSON'S OFFICE RECORDS Measures of Wide-Reaching Importance. & f f M"it e - . million, iPans for Coming Session In- T ffifiVKB Rn.S'.lfnrm?! Miirln TnlrnrWlmn nfMnm) .n. p""nd','Pl" rtwlert who Have been CIUC1C lntrOQUCtlOn Of lVlany sellliijr moat conatatlnir of masticated "w.cs prop, shirt, tin cans, shrunuery, ash barrel, bnrb wire fences and other thing,) A4 ,imij ana jnutton dealers who navo been selli...

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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. — 12 December 1914

EVBJNINO LliUMi hll PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, D1GCL.U 11,K 12, 1U14. n t ARMED GOINMAMS AT WORK AS POLICE RAID UPTOWN DEN Four Alleged Counterfeiters Were Traced Through Telephone Call Held Under $15,000 Bail. Three of tho alleged counterfeiter captured In a raid on a house nt 629 North lOtit street by secret servlco men and police were held 'uryler 12000 ball each this afternoon after n hearing be fore United States Commissioner Howard Icons'. The other man, James Wagner, who rented the house to tho eolnmakers, iraa dlscharffcd for lack of evidence. Tho nrrost was mado possible by tho quick wit of Policeman Conner, of the ft M and Do Lanccy streets station, who overheard a telephono call that furnished til first duo for detectives to work upon. The prisoners aro Samuel Dallslo, 23 years old, 4th street near Itaco; Samuel Eeoll, II years, and Herman Capone, SO years' old. Conner overheard Zeoll telephoning fittm a pay station In a druc storo near 10th end Spring Garden streets last Tu...

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

EVENING LBDGEB-PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, nisnEMBEB 12, 1014- t frFfc Pi krf. e " i - i i ..- "" I - cMtLs CM POUNDS FOE ON POLAND FRONT INFIYEBI&MHTS - - - , . Von Hindenburg's Cam paign Frustrated by Fierce Russian Counter Offensive All Along Line. PETHOOnAD, Dec 12. Five separate battles rtre ragltiK in Polana and Gallclu, where Field Mar shall von lllnclonburg, who l tiotv In supreme command' M all tlio German t5u Au'rlBn armies,' ia struggling dea ' perately to maintain the offensive acnlnst the Russians' counter nssnults.' Enor ous losses hro marking the (lennnn drive toward Warsaw, but ih rsxrmnn Aeld marshal holds his present plan of campaign to bo of such vltnl importance that all regard for the cost In human tile has been lost In the glfrantlc strug lo which Is now under war, ' For the time being flanking operations have ceasod and over the sreater part of the long battle front It is now a light for strategic railways over which troops and supplies can bo moved, "Nid flvo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 12 December 1914

EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1914. W& 5 " - ' - - -. r 8 Hv H Mr & Hr m A GREAT MYSTIC STORY B HAROLD D&cGRATHlMSL ' 1 i SYNOPSIS. ajutora, on orphan, Jio keen le a for tune of $10,000,000 tv her father. Iter mother' orolner, omHItous o pain con Irol 0 her wealth, become a "miille," tenter the- noma o aeeom Alt, He pre tails on Zudora to entnui her money to car and agreea that if the thall totvt to mysteries the thall marry John Storm, toung lawyer, tuiora succeeds In her first case and tavet Storm from being contacted 0 o murder, Inttlgated by Hassam hlmtelf. Tico weeks Idler a crowd 0 Hindus, tad In Oriental cottt me, eat! upon Hat Mm Alt and, ihrouith their leader, ask that he solvt the myatery 0 the "Bleeping JVokio." They Inform htm that thetr r StrieM exercises art Interfered tcltn by a "twt of tteep" teho com quickly and un. Olrare. Alt ootmj ,0 170 un"! them. "I (Hill 00, too " exclaim Zuiora. Clad n oriental costumes and blind folded, Itat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 12 December 1914

, r Sj1--! . "s Fwr 'V " !! ijigBsr-iiyiY'' -v !&&-' ' !?-- -"1 u I J, r S if I I 1ml. tmt II w IK-1 It fit JWril: J A , . - EVENING LllHimXr-VllhAIMhPniA, SATtJBUAY, DEOliHBISR 12, 1814. , L. --- ; HOLIDAY GIFTS OF INTERESTTO EVESMeW THE-SEASON'S OUTPUT OF BOOKS GIFT BOOKS FOR ,: THE HOLIDAYS New Worlds of Adventure and Romance in Variety of Books Imaginative Stim ulus to Children in Wonder-Lore. that most memoVable of sleepless nights-oh, the sleepless nights that come to nil of us In later Wel-uut that nlsht When every sound, ovsry creaking In tho house, every thud of n broken Iclclo dropping to ths ground fvtthout made Us start The breath Ices cpecancy with wMeh wo awaited tho mornlng'-nnd that, morning-l -With tho' tinseled balls giint Inr on the .niaglcat trecf of Santa Clatis)! and tho plethorically filled stocking, and the mechanical acrobats and moving trains, and-mont of all tho books. An dersen, andOrlmnr, nnd Mother 'Goose, and tha Leitherst'ocklng Tajes arid Dlc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 12 December 1914

ajaaj Y EVENING LEIHJER -PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY DECEMBER 12, 1914. IN THE WORLD OF BOOKS HKB9BQSQB 1 StdtS Opens 87sb A if. WANAM AKER'S ' 4 Sttire Gloses & ifr Queen Victoria's Own Story At o'clock on Iho morning of June t9, 1S3T, it caxtfrce ultl of 18 lay sleeping In Kensington pnlnce, In England. Her mother awakened her and said the Lord Chamberlain wished to see her. llenr the rest In her own words: "I Kot out of bed and went Into my sitting; room (only In my dresslns cown), nd alone. Lord Conynsham then ac quainted me that my poor uncle, the King, was no more, and had expired at 13 min utes past 2 this morning, and consequently that I am Queen." Thus simply nnd modestly did Queen Victoria write down In her diary, that Very day, the record of her entrance Into a career on the throno which was to last for three-quarters of a century and become one of the most notable In the history of tho world. Beginning with her Hth year end con tinuing for many years, young Victoria kept ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 12 December 1914

MMPIMP0HMN "K EV&NiaTQ, LEDQEB-rHrLADELPHIA, aATTTttDAY, PECEHBKB 12. tnUL i'ii- i. i y?i- -...i-. a,..- ,.., lB . - !! ri'i- I" 1 i ' "' 1' '' ' ,, ' " " 5 I ' I i $2 SMfcMafBtt-I rr,-.5 EafM-. 4 ; ', IljBI, ' - VKiE - . .turning PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY emus Jr k cunris, rHir,ir. Oatt, W Orhe, Bwretarr . John C Martin, Tfeaaurerl Chart II Iudlngton, Philip S Collins, John B. 'Wit Itatna. plreetata. KDlTOnlAIj BOAIltt I Crima H K. Otitie, Chairman, ,, It WHALBT . . ., BiwitlM Bdllor J ' -y'-' - " - - i"i JOllM 0 MAuTIN Ceneral Buatntae Manager - " "....., ... u ... ':::: ,v ' x-uDiimva nawr ai i'dduo xspara jjuuaina, Indpf ndtne Square, Philadelphia. txoatk Citrrau. .". . .Broad and Chestnut fl(rt Artistic CrM rrea-t7lon Building Nw Tonic. . . , 170-A, Metropolitan Tower CntOAao..... 817 Heme Insurance BulMIng JUrdon 8 Waterloo Dace, Tall Mall, S. W. NKWSnunEAUSI JTljtUM ttcaaio ...Th Patriot nutMIng nnHiiiiuiui rvipm .Mi.iitiitr. ino loaf iiuuuing iv Yosk Unarm .The Xlmrj Ilulldl...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 12 December 1914

5jP '"""rswjiw JMiw' ' r-, 075 EVENING LEDOEE-PHlLADELPniA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1OT&. 0 i -11 if- ill i IT pbL and BON - 1 - 2HI 1&&fc&&r feffiSH) I lie, mtt it. nr" i ...... ,,.., , ,i ,, , ,pir?.,j Tins last week has been full of excitement for the young buds, with Ilia Calvin ranloi patty on Monday evening, tha opera, with Its dinners nnd suppers on Tuesday, the danco on Wednesday evening given by Mr, and Mrs. Clifford Wheaton Vaughan, the dlnnor-dnnc.) Klven by MrsAustin Hcckachci1 and the Charity Ball on Thtirsdny, the Alexander Brown Coxa ball Inst evening nnd tho varloim dinner and theatre plrtlea today. This next week will bo lust as thrilling, except that tho wee smalt hours of tho morning will nnd the debutantes safely In their homefl, rather than ballroom and theatre, Into 1ft tho evening-, with one or two exceptions. Mrs. Ashley Fought, of the Gladstone, wilt givo IV luncheon In honor of Miss Marie Starr on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry LaBarro Jaync,...

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

' iojtttspifiii SPW1-? -";?!Wrfi--' ISM r' c f i ,i' I lO J"! i M I J- f I Vter'-M i .S7aB?f III fSfipfiSJi vij k mmm&- mch W1 JB,S IBlJiP1 10 fssiswewtefraeiaiepitttsittatsitjeate WR" TW WMN AND ON CHRISTMAS GIVING Mien Adak Says That the Wrong Spirit Is Too Fre h. ' ' aucntlu Scan. - i The spirit cf Christmas' giving has from tlmo Immemorial been landed to tho ' sklcx, but tho revcro ldo of tho picture- la flOtnowhfit obvious. Too many people ,Klve because they feel they have- to give, not hecauso they want to irfve. Tho ul terior motive la all too frequently uppcr tticet and tbo donor Is Inwardly making lightning CAlculatlonn ns to proa and cons. X' think that Christmas often breeds most unchrlstlanllko eptrtt. And -why? Tho solution Is not for to seek. A spirit of commercialism has entered Into this business of gift-giving. Heaven loves a Cheerful giver. Hut aro tho majority of peoplo cheerful glversT Just listen to soma of tho conversations that go on everywhere tit this se...

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