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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

-& f :TS: mi iel! 3on- Ac Re . it Sir, the! vhlch ar: eruj Jons,' h trat attl; pln? rder a I'd' i IS, FREED FROM GE PERIL, AWAITS ETORPFJABINET litary Governor Tells War linister Capital Is No longer in x " " nny's Efficiency. . WIILIAM PHILIP SIMMS TAHIS, Sept 14. L..iit.r declaring that nil danger rlogo Is now past, Oencrat Onlllcnl, ... - f Pal-in. today notl fcry uvr.u. - --;-. .;.., the i can be returned hero at any time. .ni.i.i rfocrpe retranoiemiiH " 1.5' fnr m tho very near future. . Ranwhllc General dalllcnl Is senuinir majority oi ... ----- the yVEyiKq LEDGERPHIL'ADEEPHIX MONDAY, SEPTEMBER It, 10X2. IPai-Ii WO.WO men, iu "''""" ""--ln?i. forcci now flghtlnir desperately r"."V... 11.. nnt-mntin onCK across mu r . .. f....iirti. Tliev tern . """"'.. :.:.- h10 .h-h nnd '1 I1C.V lit- u,... ------ arc no longer ded here. "jou.ly announced them to lie. It wrnt .renersettc attack and complete die- sl of the troopjuBcu uy V.-.V.... . .... tba nen-; Vila movement to the W of &...

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. — 14 September 1914

" ilia vPUIiV ''W&&&Viiiwf ?5'JHB5JWRi- "ft " 4 EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, lOJU. u BOY OF 19, SLAVE , OF DRUGS, SEEKS ' TO BEGIN NEW LIFE Tells Amazing Story of the Ease With Which He Was Able to Buy Nerve Destroying Substances. Tttt'tit-four Iioiim mn of n polios l p. Uoy of 19, pal, tliln urnl 1wrtll nblr t ilrnj? one foot after the other, told tntim hovf lipJlool to lining cncalho Mid hrmm mill ttlint Hip limit have itonp to lilm in tlto two j-jui-.i hi- hns hpen their vlr'n i William SclmffT, vt: olive nwi, i t boy. tlo un" arroi-'p' tn n dinopju. character. Mnslti-ntc rao.i , at ti Ktcventh and Winter strocU ettttlun n. ' him his freedom etrdn. Toda; in- i Kins Ills llRlit iiffnUist the dnlB. Heliuffcr li a JliiXfii-hnliod youth w wns fairly eturtlj In the lnya be fur ' lipRaii exporlmontlnp with hproln. n weighed about HO pounds then. T.'lo Ills weight Is down to 120 and the cK Mi lt o wears are slies too lnrsc, tlioiiBh , u -tlroy fitted hi...

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. — 14 September 1914

inmrmtiff mnui J I I llill IIhJI EVENING LEDaEB-PHILADBLPHlA', MOffftAY, SEPTEMBER U, 1914- 5 pE WATERS RED WITH GORE OF SLAIN IN REGENT ACTIONS Uncanny Silence Reigns Over Field of Carnage. Improvised Cemeteries Stretch 100 Miles. Miles and miles and miles of desolation. 4WIicrover ons moves In this warswept val- W oii,y a fow dIV'8 neo eo peacoful aml beautiful, one meats with tlio same pltcoua sight. Xalure, llko Niobe, Is all tear?, wrtne ng her hands at the nmd, merciless deeds of her children. The slty Is serene, bluo flecked with wlilto clouds. In tlio meadows the cattle, nil that Is left of them, still stand kneo deep in high grass. (The evenln breere still makes music In the wllows whlrh bend over tho strentn, (but nil the birds have vanished, Bono, licaxcn knows where, out of the shntter jnB tumult. Vncantiy silence reigns. The norm Is Jioldlliff her breath, shocked nnd terrified 'by the writhing- flamo that has swept over thlf sweet country, leaving It scaned and Scorched...

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. — 14 September 1914

IB Mfc r I WAR TAX BILL HELD IIP PENDING RETURN OF THE PRESIDENT .Wrangling Over Plan to In clude Freight Causes Dem ocratic Leaders to Delay Report to House. WASHINGTON', Sept U -limerceney rovenuo legislation will liol.l chief In tcrest In the House this week, despite tho delay In the Introduction of Ilia Ad ministration hill to provide MK)O,!0 A J ear, which tho Ttensury will need be cause of tho falling off of running duties on account of tho European war. In (Mentions nrc now that tho till! may nut reach tho floor of the lluusi- until Wednesday or Tlmrsila but the ttinnfi ling ocr the proposed tas. on n tight ohlpmcnta has reached suoh n stage that n Democratic caucus Is planned ently this week when severat Demounts wi'l seek to overthrow tho freight tax piuvlMim of the bill. The original program vofl that the revenuo bill, agreed upon b n mnjoilt of tho Democrats of the V and Means Committee, would be Introduced last Saturday and would be form.ill re ported by that committee t...

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. — 14 September 1914

St r l"!Hf" ,v v AVE, IKG LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER; IX 1014. ! wmn power MUST BE CRUSHED, LONDONATTITUDE yu:i ivniL jo omproiiiwc w mi- " tarism Make's Possible Fur ther Dreams of Teutonic Supremacy. T,ONUON, Sept. H. -. ... ..... I-.. .llll.ifttiivt la nfllflltPfl for T Mil l'IlSll iiiiiiihiiiiii " """, . .V..' t. .i. i i .....I ..(. Knclmid All 11111 "Ulll vii n.i. " -.-. - '"ill refuse ovrn to consider propositions of peace. Tli.lt wna me ciiii ui. r"- the position of tlie allies must bo greatly r isunilerHtowl If It Is believed that any peace proposal would even bo received at tills time. . , Wcic tlio wni'ctiileil today, oven tnotlKn lloleluni were Indeinnlllcd tind Kranco re vived back Almu'c-IJrrnlnc tlio Kroat Ocrman fleet would rrinaln ns a. nienaco to tho peaco of Kuropo. KliBlaild la ilc iPrmlmM that tlilH ahull be the last war. Olllclals, from tho Kltm down, Insist that tlir. real cnuso of the war was the Ger man dream of world power. A couipro mle now, It ...

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. — 14 September 1914

IMtamAM sJF tWriq 0 TM- j? rtm Wi -::i mt f i . c , T.' TV -t 8 Si EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1914. ORGANIZED LABOR ENLISTS TO HELP IN EXPANSION OF PORT Central Union Joins "Greater . City" Movement, Calling for Trade-getting Fund and Indorsing Municipal Loan. t'nlon labor yesterday enlisted In Ilia camiuilRii for tt "Greater t'hlludcllilila" i rind following their enrollment in the movement for nil cnlawl city. Volun teered to flRhl shoulder to shoulder with their employers for the cause. The t'en- tral Labor 1"nlcMif ut its tr-mitnr rtifct- liiK, deina.tidi'ii that Coumiic m.iUc j JiosHlble the lmtroments which lute lir-cil pliinneil for the city h? pnslliR tllo r loan bill, ntid also urged niton lite Cham r IfLT of Conimereo that It purtloitmti' with labor orRniilzallotn in the establishment of n. $1 OOO.GOO fufid to lie used In etploltlnff I'hllntlplphlu nnd itt product-" t'iriitighoiit tho I'nlted States nnd the wmld. lte.oiutlon, urgfiiK the Chamber of ...

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. — 14 September 1914

i-Ju w-44 r "-svta nt9' iy WPWpy EVENING LEDGEE-PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY,. SEPTEMBER 14, 19U, D y THIRTY-FIVE EVENING LEDGER WAGONS WHICH TODAY DELIVERED THE FIRST COPIES OF PHILADELPHIA'S LATEST NEWSPAPER. TWELVE EVENING LEDGER AUTOMOBILES USED IN THE SUBURBAN AND NEW JERSEY SERVICE EVENING LEDGER DELIVERY WAGONS ATTRACT CROWDS Pedestrians Line Streets as Vehicles, Adorned With Posters, Pass in Line Two Blocks Long. Tlili'ty-five wagons and twelve uutomo 1)I! h!ch delivered the Evening Ledger to newsstands throughout the ctty at tracted crowds today when they pmaded through tho centre of the city. Tho wagons and automobllcH will he devoted to the service- of tho Evening Ledger. Tho parade was formed In two detach ments. One group staited from the ituWenat Ninth street nnd Glrard menu and tli othor from stahles at Sixteenth nnd Balnhrldge streets. Tho lines then led to Broad stroet and hoth dlvitlons drove toward City Unit. They met at Market and Juniper stieets una then started cast. A...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

sszsnzra 'WP PSPUPWLJvU UfJUJ-W--' il r 10 EVEnyG LEDGERPHILAJPELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 1914 bet Wf ,, mi J reU pros 4 J . EVENING iM& LEDGER PUBLIC LLDGLU COMP NY OrnUMtl K Ot'UTlfl I'nsinr.ii i .John nrlhbel. VIctPrrMilont " VV Oclm ?ecriArv 5.VW V; Mln, Ti-MMirer rirartM 1!. t.udlngtoii, rlilllp s Collins, John II Wllllim Dim torn KDITnntAM?0 MID: 'tars n K rrrtTH. chairman r.)1. TVrt.Vt.HY... .. Kxecutlv-e IMIior .iQUMrgMAUTt.V.. . nentra) MuslnMManagef t'uhlialinl dtlly nt ni m tc t.jfinttt Ittillillnit. IlltlenMitnrrt Mroiiir. Ihlll,lcclnlllrt j.fpgir rrstntt atm.ntic t'm rjrw Tork CniMao LOMJON. ItAftntimt.m ttr nt-it TV nttr.T0N RtniAt NRW TonK BCSEMT tlKRt.ts ncitiutr.. Lovoov nrntAC. Tims ncRMc. ft road ml CRcMtmit Strct . . .'lew-nion llulldlnft . ttO- Metropolitan Tower SIT Heme insurance Hullcllng s Waterloo flare rail Mall. w. NUvVSUl'ttfivl S: tlio help tendered by so infamous a con federacy. It lg madness to yoke a great economic Proliant to any man's ambitio...

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

IN slfffi &rigUMi4ffmmWtfW Afc9ete4i EVENING LEDGERPHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1914. 11 ETY MISS ISABEL WUIIT8 PAGE, dauihter jo Mr. and Mrs. William Byrd Togo, of Chelt' nut Hill, will be Introduced to socloty at a latfge it, which will be given In her honor by Iter grandfather, 8, Davis Vuge, and her aunt. Airs .tames, Large, at their country place, Sumilici Oret, on Gravers Lane, Chestnut Hill, the afternoon of October 21. Summer Crest Is particularly well adapted for An out-of-doors affair. The lovely old-fashioned house has a background of tall shady tree and utands at the top of a long sloping lawn. A. number of affairs have been planned for Miss I'age, who Is extremely popular with ths .vounger set. Among other entertainments to he glen In her honor will be a dance, which will be given during the L'aster holldsvs by her parent,. Mrs. H. It G. Sharpless, of Laburnums, Chel ten Ilills, will slve an Informal at home on Ofto hei '.'9 to meet her granddaughter, Miss He...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

il r EVENIN' PHILADELPHIA, NDAY SEPTEMBI2K rV . .iiwujiiEM i'.' '''"jHiMwjy y y 14, 1914. riiL. a r i . n)h -- Cocrcsiowencc o general inter est to women renders irill be print ed in thin page. Such eontmuniea tion should be addressed to the Woman's Editor. Evening Ledger. WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-TttlNGS THAT INTEREST MA TOO MUCH ECONOMY UNWISE, AS HUSBAND GROWS PROSPEROUS Thrifty Wife Could Not! ! WOMAN SUFFRAGISTS OPEN i war nw nFMnnRATR At Ift' . 3 ' tre,i mui ros - : i JLUXI " very Adapt Herselr to Altered j to Onpn3e Candidates of Thnt Party. f- ii . , r're i W.SiriNrSTO Sept. U.-"Wlthhold rinnifinnc in-i i f-i-v WIIUUIUIIO C1UVJ LillCl- ences Ended in Court. I your support from nil candidates for re- D. oltvtlnn to Congress whose tititifP appt nr lVOl'Ce on the Democratic ticket," was tho np ' pent sent today frnm the rnnRresslonal I t'nion of pro-woman miftrniro bend- I qiutrtcn. THE STRIVINGS OF ELLEN ADAIR IN PHILADELPHIA Being the First of a Series Detailing the Exp...

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. — 14 September 1914

r-.j EVENING LED0ER-PHILADELPHIA MONDAY, 'SEPTEMBER 14 1914. 1? S H Critl JGRGSSMAN LOGUE 'TWO GIRLS, CUT OFF , BY WAR IN FRANCE REACH HOME SAFELY Isolated in Breton Village, They Are Held Eighteen Days, Then Make Their Way to Paris'. To bo stranded In a senporf town eight hours from Tails, nnd cut off from com munication with tho 011181(10 world for eighteen dnya during tho mohlllzntlon of the Trench army, wns tho experience of two Philadelphia girls, Mhs Hortcnao l.nvy, H24 North Fifteenth (street, nnd Miss Helen Abrahams. J1I19 Diamond street. ttho i "turned to this city yesterday nftei n series of rxcltlng cxicrlouces within tho vnr zone. Thuy were nt a small seaport town named St. Jean du Dolgt, In Urlt lany. "We uero no worse oft than tho rest of tho women of Etiropo nnd a fircut deal moro fortunato than tho majority," said Miss I.cvy yesterday In speaking of her experiences. "Rverywhcro tho men havo deLrtcit tho villages and tho women aro tuhlng over their labors. J0n August ...

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

TM t i!&i I 14 EVENING LEDGER PHIL'ADEIiPHlX MONDAY, SEPTEMBER r&TOJQ. )d i ' r. 6t) reL tre.. inui pros I: i u ( y.l CARDINALS BACK IN RUNNING-CHANCE SITUATION DISCUSSED-LOCAL WlgVENSBUSY .YANKEE MOGULS J STILL LACKING :' IN FORESIGHT While Chance Resigned, He Really Was Forced Out by Owners' Refusal lo Make Him Supreme. Long Term of Years Is Necessary to Build Up Club Which Can Com-' pete for Highest Honors, i BASEBALL CONDENSED IMralt. 4 Oilmen, fl. H'lri.i Tho story of Frntik Chain r's resigna tion from tho Now York American Umvik club la ono as ancient na the national gamo Itself, tt linn over beon tho pollry of the mnlorltv of eltib owners to adopt r shifting mothoJ of diilnplnij a team, rather tlinti one of ttAtrlttul waiting, Thlcli has brnrt en lilg-Mv Mlrces.ofnl In the case f tin- lhlrtlrn of tills i It'.- lid tho (limit of Now VmU Kraiil; riiain'n ilnl not r.'SlMi because he had nof dilopivl n clulj with could compete with the better orranlzatlona 01 31an Johnson...

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. — 14 September 1914

InCSuuiWt.f EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1014 TORW&BANTAM CHAMPION FIGHTER WILL MEET LOUISIANA TONIGHT w 15 ' 1 E. BURNS' WILD THROW GIVES GIANTS VICTORY Phillies Downed in First Game of Double-Header Today by Count of 3 to 2. Cravath Drives in Local CrAfith fctopptnR fit second, tlliy run nliiR for Cravath. PaMcct forced tlyrne at aocmid Tcwati W Doyle. Hilly went to third. Mat tin popped to Fletcher. No tuns. ROD AND GUN Run s. PHILADELPHIA BALL PAItK, Sept. H. E. Duma' wild throw to third lit tho seventh tuning of tho first riuiio of to day's double header, gave tho Giants a 3-2 load over the Phillies, which they maintained throughout tho remainder of the game. for llvo Innings both Tlncup and Tcsieau kept their respective opponents away from tho plato, tho former IjcIiir saved several times by good fielding on tho part of his teammates. In tho sixth tho Giants slugged out two runs off Tln cup, but tho Phillies came back In their half, Hcorlng twice, whe...

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. — 14 September 1914

3 1 ri m Moi hn. " ,, i .1' FINANCIAL OUTLOOK BRIGHTENS AS BOND TRADING IS RESUMED Local Committee Begins Sessions to Arrange Offi cial Prices for First Authorized Business Since Exchange Closed. Trading In unlisted securities was re sumed hero this afternoon under the supervision of a spcel.xt committee nntnetl by the principal bond lioiisiM mid ap proved by the banta and the Philadelphia Stock Exchange. A similar committee be Kan work along the same Una In New York. Each announced, at the close of tbo first day's session, that the situation In the Investment market had assumed n moio decided tone for the better, and that there Is every Indication In favor of n more general resumption of b .nines? In the next Week or so. There was general response locally to the rt quests of the committee for sub mission by broken of offers to buy and fcell and thousands of dollars' Worth of high-grade 'bonds changed hands today tuulor otllclal supervision. Th com mitter, at tho close of Iff first ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

J. HMUtJi Ll... , ,r M--iri.F'-wri siiiliJ.! V EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHTA MONDAY, SEPTEMBER T, iOI& a. IT J NATIONAL BANKS INCREASE HOLDINGS OF UTILITY ISSUES Government Figures Show Growing Demand for This Class of Investment Se curities Three-cent Fare Fight Still On. National bntiks of tho country are inotig the most conservative purchasers of KccurltlcH. Their directors consider wisely nntf well before they Invest thr moneys Intrusted to them, nud It Is up parent that nny security which they pur chase must have behind It, to a marked degree, tho safety nnd conservatism which clmractcilzo tho conduct of the banks themselvcH. It is Interesting to note what tho nu tlonal banks have been doing In tho lata fey years alone tho lino of public utility Investments. Figures compiled by the United States Comptroller of tho Cur rency establish the fact that the only ecurltlcs In which these banks Increased their holdings In the last llvo years were those of public service corporations....

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 14 September 1914

SSSfW "?yfc iwmwiw Mi q &frF5piimm Uimiiwuip JtP" . mn NIGHT EXTRA WENTNG tiUKJ nji I NIGHf lilVl EXTRA VOL. T XO. 1 PiniiADELPHTA, MONDAY Sm'TEMKEI?, 14, 1014. PRICE ONE CENT f 3" TAYLOR INSISTS ON $500,000 FOR TRANSIT WORK Director Points Out That Unless Councils Act Promptly a Year's Delay Will Be Inevitable. Kf ?m I telm Wi i I'; Director Taylor, of the Department Of City Transit, tod.tv urged upon Council! tlte vital necessity of cn.tslng obstruction to the growth of Philadelphia, lie urged Councils to Include In the proposed t. 700,000 loan an Item of $S0A.O"V so that nn Immediate, start can be mado In recon structing Bcwers In tho central down town district, preliminary to the actual construction of the subway and elevated lines. If Council refuse to include the $S00X appropriation for rapid transit, Director Tarlor pointed out that the transit pro gram worked out by his department and greed to by tho I, It. T. Comprny, but which has been reportedly blocked by Councils, w...

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. — 14 September 1914

mvw -wwy fivfrgTranfr- wvr A--HjIS SPORTS EXTRA El ENING LEDGER SPORTS VOL. 1-NO. 1 PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEFTJBMllfllt 11, 1014. PRICE ONE CJ3NT w tvy i , HKTLjj&? mi r ai '. " L " - " Hafr Wmmmm MmmSm !' , ' VI KtAr 'ti 7iS5r ' "&! , T, ' ' n ..''. i m&satitm 'iv. 4. MHKi.3WP';:JP&f .- : . :zz..j. :.:. a t T&z&.&fi'AXfi; ' m j i r,.c,.mi.,7 &Z1WV.C. '4 r?' (fjw - iWmwmW GERMANS AGAIN HURLED BACK AFTER DESPERATE EFFORT TO CHECK ROUT -o PENN FOOTBALLERS AT WORK Left to right Pat Dwyer, trainer; Tucker, quarterback; Captain Journeay, "Nick" Carter, tackle; Moffitt, fullback "Doc" Irwin, quarterback. The first prac tice of the season was indulged in today by the husky Penn gridiron warriors. GREAT START ffl WOMEN'S GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP Out of Ninety-nine Entries, Ninety Starts Are Made in Meeting at Glen Cove, Long Island. Vominent Philadelphians Play ing in Contest for Highest Honors Society Out in Force to Follow Play. XAS3.U' COUNTRY CLUB, Glen Cove. U ...

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. — 14 September 1914

n tf. JgSSgSSwSS S;SRpippPn' K J 2 EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER, 14, lbli. SCENES WHERE THE BREATH OF ACTION LIFTS WAR'S BLOOD-SmiNED CURTAIN VpP'iPlflR P ffffM'WpyP W P'"f JW 'y'sW ; j '.77- it i--m ' ' ' . " ' "' ' ' l null "' !! j ,1 i WRECKAGE IN PARIS CAUSED BY BOMBS DROPPED BY GERMAN AVIATORS FROM AEROPLANES In the main the effect of aerial bombardments has been far less than was expected. Damage in Paris has been trifling and there has been complete absence of panic among tne people. As a scout, the aeroplane seems to render its most effective service. ANTWERP MANY SCARS THE RESULT GERMAN BOMBARDMENT FROM THE AIR aerial t M RUSSIANS BLOCK i CZAR'S TROOPS JOIN AS 200,000 YIELD, ATTAEL I'V.-.l T7.. f r-i oreai rorce or Russians Landed at Ostend Swoop Down Upon Right Wing of Invaders. TACT MARKS PRESIDENT'S CAMPAIGN FOR PEACE Foemen Round Up Fleeing With Fresh Columns. War Office Claims Com plete Triumph in Galicia. m t PHTROGU D, Sept. 14. An Austrian force of...

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. — 14 September 1914

-" rw o l YEKiyg LEDftrctt-PmTiAD-FlT.PTTTA-. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 19T2. w 3' V 4 ji lgians block 1ERMANS IN MOVE TO AID COMRADES n f kfnier. Armv Called Back After Four Days' Battle Defenders Retire to Antwerp. LONDON, Sept. 14. .,,Dalcli from Antwerp contains the . . -mii enmmunlcatlon Issued BltowlnR o official communication ... il,in Government. !',;,r four day of hard fighting, our .... i. t?,TiaA nosltlons nt Iccp ' .i.m, tim German forces In Iritwerp " ""-" '.,.. ,rii , nrus'0l4l-o"va"' L returned within tho outer rlnB of " . truncations. B- IrlTWHill v - 3" ' .1-1. k flmt KAAmArl ..- sortie, wnicn i "- "merely skirmish operation ngalnst verlr.6 tf"0"9 lcft by ,he C"Cmy '" Ant of Antwerp, deveiopea miu un ac .. iitvr, Rcne. Tho enemy's ion on " "" , .. . ;. Hlon was very strong, uwi. i ure of tho grounu anu mo ouuinuiiu tin during tlio last loruugm. The necessity for holding this posl . ... nhlleptl the enemy to ,m at a" uo'" - ... ...nllnlila forces. Thus the 1 l ....... ,....

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. — 14 September 1914

BOY OF 19, SLAVE , OF DRUGS, SEEKS TO BEGIN NEW LIFE ! Tells Amazing Story of the "- - Ease With Which He ; . Was Able to Buy Nerve Destroying Substances. Twentyfour houri out of a poller ceil, . boy of IS, pale, thin iiml linrilly ao to drag olio foot afU'r the other, tolit toilnj liuw he took to using cocaine tttul heroin nd u-hat llio ilruvrs have done to hltn in tho two years he hii been their victim William Scliaffcr, fi.". olive street, It th , boy. Ho Was nrreHt'.J as ft dlsordi'ih character. MnKlstmto 'rrne. at tu 2 lilovcntl) and Winter ahcrts station, e.ne him hts freedom yenteiUax. Touti. r f , kIih lil light against tho iIruR. Schaffer la a llaxeli'liulietl Jotltli Vas fairly sturdv In the daxi before m 'icran experimenting with heroin. He weighed about HO pounds then. IVla I1I3 weight Is down to l.'O nnd tho clothes ho wears" are slsen too large, though en they itttect hlni Ills head hane weakU mill ho has trouble uullilng more than .1 lw BtOpS. b'clmfff i' has leen.')'...

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