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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

"l 1 1 I NIGHT EXTRA EVENING 1 4 JmL fewel iJBii..i.i JL k NIGHT EXTRA VOL. I NO. 4 PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1914. PRICE ONE CENT KAISER READY TO HEAR PEACE PLAN, IS REPORT Washington Hears Presi dent's Second Mediation Offer Has Been Accepted by Emperor. Protection of German Territory and Commerce Said To Bo Terms Demanded For Ending Hostilities. WASHINGTON, Sept. 17.-Thcro Is n , Mrslitent report In Administration circles that Emperor William has accepted con ditionally President Wilson's second crofter of mediation. , n-.n conditions arc said to Insist Hint German territory be preserved and Gor man commerce afforded full protection. Doth tho Whlto Housa and State De partment refused to discuss tho report and the German Embassy said It was cut oft entirely from Berlin. BORDEAUX, Sept., 17. A Foamier news agency dispatch from Munich quotes tho Neucsto Nachrlchtor u '(? t,mt Germany has empowered the United Stntes to Intervene- with tho Belgian government for tho purpos...

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. — 17 September 1914

mmmmmm pgrr tolf9Wlftir(- iT&HRWjW EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER. 17, 191. nm W s. w BATTLE OF AISNE BECOMES GIGANTIC ARTILLERY DUEL. WITH GERMANS DEFENDING BELGIAN ENVOYS DECORATE T01B . OF WASHINGTON nrmy rests Upon tho Insb of n great semicircle of hills which lie from tho northwest Id the southt.ist ncrosi northeastern France, having rarls a' the approximate centre Hehlml It lie flat plalitH stretching to tho Mouse. VON KLUK SURROUNDED, SAYS LONDON REPORT LONDON, Sept. 1". Kvvecplrjff Bff miles north of I'nrls, a French 'nrmy conunnMed by Oon cial DVAmade I? striking at tho rear of tho Herman right wltiK In n.. nt tempt to cut Genernl von Kluk's nrmy off from tho main German forces, ac cording" to reports that reached Lon don today. There Is a possibility that tho film of General D'Anindo's tinny has fit readv been nccompllthed. A corro epondent tclcfct nulling from Amiens ea.s. "The German light wing is Piuar cied I wni nblo in Join friendly Trench Zouave...

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. — 17 September 1914

ES223 . EVENING IfEDGEB-PHI-LAPEIvPHIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBEB 17, 19l: B Nf&CHED BELGIANS DEFENDCOUNTRY AGAINST GERMAN ARMY OFJNVASION BELGIAN SOLDIERS BEHIND THE ENTRENCHMENT ON THE HOID TO MECHLIfit , ' -i-"?' ' " irf j yfw-ft ii! i i - ' . ' ' - - - MmKfn.- " i - ' k;s ' .!i, ii i i -mj-j--iiirr.T r - 11 i -n 1 -- - - BELGIAN INFANTRY ENTRENCHED BEFORE MECHLIN BELGIAN SOLDIERS ENTRENCHED BEHIND SACKS OF GRAIN WAITING FOR HAS ATTACH BY A BODY OF UHLANS mmfft wmwrt7- MM$mtK .aae&. x. -Z3rx&s?.vt is.:,'moA2 ytwvH mttm.3Bmsi ., 'xm.Bwws,'&-xrmr simmna. tv , v, - z22.-wri wr-of'ftct., ' I MP" .. Jifflsms&mMffi w?o wa iKfiyK8": v-. iTBB'aKaiB i 2S 18dm mmX-m memx,'.. jj 2.fi& ASJ2 BELGIANS IN THE TRENCHES BEFORE MECNLIA i i 'GHrA?G. H"rH GE"." ? 'f A'Elf? MSCMM AEKs'.WS I Z?'(;ir: H pi BELGIAN TROOPS PRFPJfiErD TO MEET THE 4MAC OS TNE GEPAtANS

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

SB'--'-. stvnren "J-t EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 19l4 KAISER RUSHES 320.000 TROOPS FROM EAST PRUSSIA TO AID DEFENDERS ON THE AISNE WOUNDED SOLDIERS LIKE HAPPY BOYS ON FIRST PICNIC Battle-worn Tommy Atkins Transfers Amiens Railway Station Into Scene of Gaiety. mamw '8! la 3 slttftlllMlBli m WBm Pi BMi HI HHii Is vKHt DUBLIN, Sept. 17. , It seems rather a paradox to describe , tho arrival of a traluluad of wounded soldiers at a ifl.Hu ay station an a scene of rovelry, yet such Is tho account given by the special correspondent of th" free man's Journal at Amiens under eiter day's date. Ilo writes: "'A train of twenty carriages came In loaded with COO Tommies. Sixty f tluni wero wounded, sent down from the Iter o ' Iront between Mons and Charlerol Th o wero not serious' cases sufficient onlv to put our men out of the battle line f t a upell bullot wounds and cms on tlie 1'gs chlelly, swnthed hands and spllntei. I Angers, and gashes and rips In nrm ivi J shoulder...

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. — 17 September 1914

EJm "f5 "KP EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, THTJB8DAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1914- i s YOUTH'S DEFENSE OF POSTOFFICE WINS REWARD AT LAST Florida Boy Who Saved Government Property From Safe Crackers Is Appointed Clerk After Five Years' Wait. WASHINGTON, Sept. 17.-Paul V. gaula has been appointed a clerk at a talary of $S00 In tlio Tallahassee, Fla., noetoflloe, as a toward for his valiant defense of that ofllce against desperate l&fe crackers on January 8, 1910. Ho won hU light with the buiglars with his boy ih strength and a revolver of tho cheap est make, which he had won at a country fair. An executive order for the young man's appointment was Issued last May by president Wilson, but It lay unacted upon Jn Government archives until dug up ro ttntly by Merrltt O. Chance, chief clerk f the Post Ofllce Department. The reports of the battle read like talcs ef the wild and woolly West In the MOs. J. M. Bauls, father of Paul, lived on a mall fxm outside of Tallahm with hli wife and family of e...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

ttwM53 auuadWfl lf.-"S ft ASH nH$mg4Hii V ' t-fc? Ttf ,&- S5r NFi a i, yEInIIvG- LlSJbUKli-frHlLADtiLPHlA, 'IHUBSDAY, BLUlflMiiKli 17, 11)14. ffl nMS: BfctM SIGNATURE TAKEN IN CALL'S COURT ALLEGED FORGERY Tailor Declares He Never Signed Bail Bond Accept ed There New Crusade Against Frauds May Result. LITTLE SUFFERERS AT ST, CHRISTOPHER'S BRAVE AND CHEERY Hospital in Northeast Sec tion the Daily Scene of Hopeful Struggle Against Diseases of Children. Just tit present St. Christopher Hos pital. Lawrence mid HunlliiRdon streets. Straw ball frauds may be tlie object &t hns j; me jutloiits. another crusade by District Atl8fiiey Opportunity to study child life Is evor Samuel V. Itotan, ns the result of tlio piosent to tho visitor nt St. Christopher h charge tnado by Isaac I'rledmtut, ft Inilor, i Teddy Roosevelt will not grpet him at the that the slKiiature of his natna to ii ball . doof, but Toddy ttoosevrlt Wick will wcl bond accepted by Magistrate "Joe" Coll i come liitn on the...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

S ! I 55eJ 'jIMfBP'"'-' EVENING LEDER-PHIITADELPHIA; THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 191. 7 TALES OF BRAVERY , BY ALLIES WILL BE PRECIOUS HERITAGE Tells of founded Private Queen's Bays' Daring in Meeting German Attack. Engineers Sacrificed at Bridge. By A. J. BORKE IfAVnE, France, Sept. 17. It 1b prob .c ,,at the detnlls of the wonderful nnd daring endurance of thp troops of the files' fofs ln tn Present ompnlgn will never be properly written, but tlicy will remain n the henrts of the French nnd wll 'be handed down from father to son l D,e villages nnd towns nround which our men nre bnttllntf for tho freedom of Europe Most of the reslmcntB will be able to embroider Into their colors the names of many historic flchts, but hardly nny will he able to band down such Btoles an the Second Dragoon Guards and tho Queen's Bays nlll transmit to their future re- erult. Here Is the story that was told to me br Private Bryant as he lay wounded ln the hospital ship! " don't Jtut remember the date, "tt o ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

Lgc ri&)pitlGi!iqii faywaWiaaMiW3W'W,' " ',: iSB Kk.flifl MfeSiP?Mw5J v-fjt.-Si V?i. SKtftiwiWn&SrT, ggfefeNW 8 EVENING LEDG3ER PHILADELPHIA, THTTESDAY, SEPTEMBEB 17, 19145. I 115-! ml trr EVENING SA& LEDGER PUnLIC LEDGER COMPANY cvnt'sH k ct'nTis. rRMinisNT. John (Irlbbel. VlreFeMnt . Oeo. V Oulu, Secretary i John l Martin. Trcnnm ; t'hiirle It. t.tidlngton, Philip 8. Collins, John H William. Directors. i:DITOUtAL DliARU: Ctm r It. K. Cmtn, Clialrmnn. P lT.WItAM.V. Exwiitlvc lMHnr JOHN' C. MAUTIN' Ctfnornl Itmlness Manager Published ilnllv nt t'cnttc t.finnt-R ItulMliiff, lmL-r-pnilence frpmro riilln.leHihlrt I-rnnER CF.vrmr llroad nnJ Chestnut Street Atlantic Citt I'tfM-rnlon HulMlhK New TnnK 1 iQ-A, Metropolitan Tower CmcAno Rl7 Home Insurance Uutldlhg London S Waterloo Place, Pall Mall, 3. W. N'nwsumuArst ITAtmKnrno Ht'REAU The JMfrlnf llulMlns Waiiioton IHrkiu ...,..., The I'ost itulldlnjr, New yoiuc HtREiu.... The Ttmtt MulMIng Biar.tv lit'RPtc , mi Krleilrlrhtra;a...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

E-jZSj Vto i1 v KBP t",WV EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, THXTltBDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1914'. j) SOCIETY'S DOINGS AT HOME AND IN SUBURBS ApANl'E will tm given in nonor 01 Mian iiuth Voxe, dnushter ot Mr- m,d Mrs Henry nrlnton Coxc, of Penllyn. by Mr. anfl Mrs Alexander Urown Coxc, of Nawbeek, Paoll, 't HntllritltuiM Itnll on Kittlny nlsht, Decern b it Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles 13. Coxc, of WIN lUbmnlt Varm A,,lvcn1' wUl BlV0 ,l d,l,ner (lart, at their nlnco In Mnlvorn on Friday nlRlit. October 2. j(l3 Coxc will bo Introduced by her parents ' n rnptloii which wilt bo given tit their country sent In Penllyn tho afternoon of Oc tober 15. n'' JIr' antl Mrs' Coxo w"1 Blvo a law deuce Mr their daughter at tho Bcllevuo m w Year's eve. jllss Jean N. Thompson, daughter of Mr. m,j Mrs. Paul Thonitison, will bo a much feted dobutanto this year. Miss Thompson Is extremely fair and vivacious and has boon very popular In tho youngor set. Last year sho spent tho winter In Paris, where she attended ti,9 Ferri...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

- . - T -' ' - . erV" v 10 EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, THTTESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1914;. WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON I ELLEN ADAIR SEES I BOTH SIDES OF LIFE ON LONDON NIGHT She Gets Glimpse of Dere licts by Thames Em bankment and Witnesses a Romance in Restaurant. n p. h l nv w !i m i; tv. A certain tender radlnnce clings about a London Hummer evening, when the roar of the traffic In hushed, and the sky Is slowly changing In a long and pleas ant twilight. The streets at 7 o'clock no longer teem with busy men, the trains Imre carried these to long-drawn happy evenings on the hundred golf links which surround the great city to gay Ilttlo ten nis clubs to quiet backwaters, where rows of gaily decorated houseboats lino the old river Thames. The punts and sklffn at Hampton Court are AIM with happy drifting couples, and moored be neath tho overhanging willows the white flanneled river youth Is courting the white-clad English river girl. Oh, happy you...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

7 "if AOta STRANGLES WAEffllNGTON PARTY, I DEAKYHE CHARGES forecasts Dissolution of Political Organization Un ' less Control Is Wrested From Flinn-Van Valken burg Combination. The direct charge thai the t'llnn-Vnn v&tkenburg niaohlno la strangling tho Washington party in Pennsylvania by selfish, sinister political jugglery was made this afternoon by William P. Dea ivno until May 14' tho treasurer of tho TVasHnKton ?&& county committee. -H,e .substitution of Vnnco C. McCorinlck tot William Draper Lewis as the Bull Moose nominee for governor was chnrac . " 1 - n rioiitip.ratclv planned sell-out tcrize cf the party to bonellt tho Interests of th leaders. Tho dissolution of tho party In this State was forecasted unless tho FUnn-Van Valkenburg control can ho thrown 6ft promptly by the better clc- Tho' starting revelations of tho Inner TVashlnRton party deals, mado by Illchard H. Quay, of Pittsburgh, nnd published m" the Punuo Ledger this morning, Mr. Dcakyne Bald, prompted hi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

TWft,W1PV0f 12 EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1915. HiH IfeVfi .'f'rfi fl- ! rr I 4'j $1i B PHILLIES PLAY DOUBLE-HEADER WITH PIRATES TODAY -ATHLETICS VISIT DETROIT ih ?iKr?:mMW&mx3$A.px?mm .i'WXi tfrnajxT A?.nt.s2Kraw i mi ii i 1 1 i i in n i m i i ?zuk v.-mL.vivtvum.mjivFiM. . v "s-tr. ". jmxx- nv twv.Tsr.vv ".-xisvvi.ja . v.y. ' -.. . '-dTj yTr jwjR5.rv7iit5irijKw;i..vv4T'x .-vt,, vv. " , . , .a?'3r,ftirTA:f.i.'-iE.tf.. jM!M-3.TMlWJiU0l - " ,,.-, - ,,..,., ,,- iOTBfmaWIMSXilwirm,Wi 5tf2& W ..S ii' A VSS.. . ivflW SBps; w! ?. ' f,5W. , isrs.r -.fv-AM, PENNSYLVANIA'S HOPE FOR SUCCESS ON THE GRIDIRON THIS YEAR CENTRES IN THIS GROUP OF HUSKY ATHLETES The coaches, trainers and advisors are working like Trojans in an effort to develop a great football machine out of this band of aspiring Brickleys. The most difficult matter for the coaches now is to form a backfield that will be able to hold Its own. BY DEFEATING PIRATES TWICE TODAY PHILS CAN MOVE PEG Doubl...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

TjrTTB qp7 EVENING LEDGEft-PHrLADELPHiA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1014 13 FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL SITUATION AT JHOME AND ABROAD-MARKET REPORT' : NEWS COMES TODAY OFTHE FIRST STOCK 'CHANGE REOPENM Brokers in Sydney, Australia, Will Resume Next Mon day London Discussing Resumption and New York Avaits Its Decision. First news since tho beginning of the E&ropean war of a. resumption of stock tradliiK "' n"" of lho lmPoltnnt centres here tho Dxelinngcs were closed camo (oday from Sydney, Australia. It nit nouncc.1 th.it tho Stock Exchange there f lie olllilully opened next Monday. This nlinmincomeni imturniiy increases tho feeling of confidence overywliere ap parent thit things nro on tho mend and that the llmmclal world Is nearer a gen eral resumption of business today than it any time since tho end of July, when tho Exchanges closed. In London today foreign Exchange linkers met for their first session slnco the nr began. Whllo there wns no business of any material Importance transa...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

' Hi?r'is$g -j iw & j iSWP'WBIf' " V' 2 ' 4 ,jy Bll fi ' m r.i : 51 iri 3 I r -t! li III .! I, J.-S1 I W W LED GER NIGHT EXTRA 4 VOL. 1-XO. 4 PHILADELPHIA, THTTBSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1914. PRICE ONE CENT CHARLES L MEURER COMMITS SUICIDE BYINHALM GAS .Wealthy Philadelphia Man ufacturer, Retired, Found Dead in Kitchen of Home at Wyncote. Charles A. Meurer, 60 vears old. of Plainbrook and Maple avenue, Wyncote, a wealthy retired Philadelphia manufie turor, prominent In Masonic circles, com mitted suicide today at his home by in haling Illuminating gas He H believed to have been tetnpoiarlly deranged ni a re mit of 111 health and other worries A two-hour battle was made by a physician and a nurse from the Ablngton Memorial Hospital with a puimotor to save Mr Meurer'-j life. U'S In vain. The body was dicoererl ' the Kitchen of the homo shortly b'.ire T o'clock thlj morning by servants, who notified mem bers of the family. Mr. Mcurer hud closed all the doors and windows and turned on th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

ESE3 ESaSSSEEl SPORTS FINAL LEDG ETJ ISPORTS" XV FINAL VOL. 1-NO. 4 PHlLADBIiPHLA, THTIESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1914. PBIGIS ONE CENT ALLIES MOWED DOWN IN FIERCE ASSAULT ON AISNE ENTRENCHMENTS " Germans Repulse Attacks With Heavy Artillery FireBritish Advance Slightly, But Suffer Terrific Losses Both Sides Rush Reinforcements to Battle Line. Kaiser's Armies Continue to Concentrate. Allies' Flank Movement to Cut Off Army of Von Kluk Reported Success fulFrench Move Forward on Right. PARIS. Sept. 17. The Hermans liavo effectively, re pulsed the attack of the allies on the entrenched line of the enemy along the Alsne. The forces of the allies, however, moved forward at two points In the great battle lino, which stretches from Noyon In an almost direct eastern line to the Meiisc. In the valley of the Alsno River, east cf the Argonne, the French advanced, hile at these extreme western end of the Uric the British have made secure their foothold on tho north bank of the Aitiiic. Again and again...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

aeSfPf1 MMUtoXUiM 2 ! EVENING LEDGEB-HILADELPHIA, 'THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1914, ' , ' " '- ' ' " ,)m,, """ f " 'I I U 1 i I "7 ' ,. 1 M. ' ",'". f' ' '' 'mm - - '"' J' IT.Mli..... I. .. T. - ,. --. I .... , .. .. .. . m .., .! .1. I j I I.I .II-., I. .. BATTLE OF AISNE BECOMES GIGANTIC ARTILLERY DUEL WITH 'GERMANS DEFENDING ALLIES MOWED DOWN IN FIERCE ASSAULT ALONG AISNE Continued from fage 1 north of Vllle-sur-Tourbo and from there through Verennea tn the northern part of the Argonne region to Meuse, north of Verdun. General Galllenl, tho Military Gov ernor of Paris, declared that dis patches to the military authorities here from tho front show that the al lies have been gaining ground since tho fight opened, although slowly. VON KLUK SURROUNDED, SAYS LONDON DISPATCH LONDON, Sept. 17. Germany Is striving desperately to resume the offensive In France, but so far every effort has been nullified by the fierceness of the British-French attack. This fact was emphasized at the Foreign O...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

KAISER RUSHES BVEKriffq LBDgBB-FHIIADELPHIA, THTJttSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, lOJU- V.1 ' ' '. i ' " ' . ir ! IT, i i if ii .' ' ' i I' i fci i i in . ii i ' ' '1 . . .' . ' ' ' ' , 320.000 TROOPS FROM EAST PRUSSIA TO AID DEFENDERS ON THE AISNE WOUNDED SOLDIERS. i. LIKE HAPPY BOYS :-; ON FIRST PICNIC Battle-worn Tommy Atkins Transfers Amiens Railway Station Into Scene of Gaiety. DUBLIN, Sept. 17. It eeenn rather a paradox to dj-Bcrlbo the arrival of a tralnload of wounded soldiers at a railway station as a scene ef revelry, yet such Is tho account given fcy tho special correspondent of the Free man's Journal at Amiens under yester day's date. Ho wrltes:- A train of twenty carriages came In loaded with COO Tommies. Sixty of them tre wounded, sent down fromtho fierce front between Mons and Charlerol. These trerc not serious eases sufficient only to put our men out of tho battle lino for n ipcll bullet wounds nnd cuts on the legs chiefly, swathed hands nnd splintered flngrr., and gashes and r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

EVENiyg LEnQER-PHl'LADlJiLPHIA, ttHtfRSDAY, SEPTEJIBEB 17, ISIA. CALL FOR ITALIAN RESERVISTS TAKEN TO MEAN EARLY WAR CHAUFFEUR WRECKS AUTO TO AVOID COLLISION Drives Machine Against Trolley Pole and Prevents Hitting Tnxlcab. ' filvlng lili antomohile into a trolley t nlo to ecnp" oinsh n Into i hxl.nl' i laot nlpht nt Sixteenth niul CN-iimit ?tioet. Jolin l'ox, a chauffeur, tar-vvlv Mi' 1 O rT t t wlMrrt InltirltiK hl pmplovei Mit artial opirit Kire in Italv Knh"' nni1 M,,, rftco norn'nRwn'. tne r J lalter's poiiin.inlnli. and Troops Are Held lalter's companion. The ilitht front wheel was tm-n from the m.ichlnc with the exception of tle RJ . . s- it r"' , I hub. and the ncciip.int were i,nst eady lO LUell JJlStUrb- hurled over the windshield. Knhn ... , n ipinneu niueii nijsirry in coniie.iini w nt the accident liv rchinvliie; nil m k r Identification from the vvrerked m, i e i and Inokitis them In a box on the m k I of the car. i Knhn I connected with the firm f Solomon Knhn . Son. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

MSaBataferS' fl t'gWW 'm- rqplffFS$S mmf ftHHWjSBj .lm!jptjpgpfffWPW p'IrU.- EVENING LEBGEE-IHTIiADJBlLPHIA, THUB&ttAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 19:U. r$ B ALBA JOHNSON FOR .IMPROVED TRANSIT AND PORT FACILITIES Essential lo Soulli American Trade, Says Member of Committee Named by Sec retary of Commerce. Philadelphia must obtain better transit ,4CHltles and Improved port conditions 1 the city Is to benefit by tlio propa&cd trado expansion, In the opinion of Alba D, Johnson, president of the Baldwin Lo comotive Works and a member of the epcii.il committee appointed by Secretary Hedfleld to co-opcrato with the National TiaJo Council, Uov.' engaged In making plans for obtaining a larger poitton of the South Amoileali trade. Mr. Johnson returned home last night fiom a meeting of the council In New Tori;, arid Is enthusiastic over the work the Government committee and the coun cil can do. For the present, however, the program Is only In organization, and Jlr. Johnson could not outline all th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

kWIRw if (5 EARNING LBnOBR-PniLABELrHIA, THURSDAY, SBPl'BMBETt 17, 1914- PROMISED ARREST I LITTLE SUFFERERS IS NEW DILEMMA I AT ST. CHRISTOPHER'S FOR CALL'S COURT BRAVE AND CHEERY i District Attorney's Office ' Hospital in Northeast Sec-; Talks of Another Crusade tion the Daily Scene of in Latest Alleged Straw Bail Scandal. Hopeful Struggle Against Diseases of Children. Just nt present St. L'hrlslophei H" Jjltnl. t,atvrenco and Huntingdon tr"ets tins ) little tutlct.ts. Uunotttitilt.v to study child life Is evei An arrest In the latest alleged straw ball Scandal emanating from the uillco of Maglstiate "Joe' I'stll will bo mnde In tho near futtuc, .ictoidlng to the ntnle nient of Assistant Hlotrict Attorney Uartlett toila follow In; the apfearnnif i pfent to the Msltor nt St. Ohrlstophei 8 before Judge Hoimlvvcll In the Criminal , Tr()dj Huosevelt Will not Krcet lilm ut t' lltanch of tlio Muni pal Court of pnt . , , ., ,w , ...... and present attnehes of the MaSltrate' I dr- b'l rodl...

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