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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

mwwlm""m'"' '- -" i- -v-,flPPPJii" w"wwW"jlpiiWt- " J" '-"w" m ivm.'vvumFr' ., ni' EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, THTJfr8lAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 19I& WP TALES OF BRAVERY . BY ALLIES WILL BE PRECIOUS HERITAGE ROMANCE, TRAGEDY AND COMEDY IN THE THEATRE OF WAR Tells of in Wounded Private Queen's Bays' Daring Meeting German Attack. Engineers Sacrificed at Bridge. By A. J. BOH.KE ItAVKE. l'Vance, Sept. 17. It Is proli bja j),at the details of the wonderful and rlng endurance of the troops of tho ulllfs' forces In the prenent campaign will jisver bo properly written, but they will remain In the hoarts of tho French and till be handed down from father to son In the villages and towns around which our men are battling for tho freedom of Europe. Most of the regiments will be able to embroider Into tholr colors the names of many historic fighK but hardly any will be able to hand down such stories as the Second Dragoon Ouaids and tho Queen's J3ajs will transmit to tholr future re cruits. irre Is ...

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. — 17 September 1914

MB58S!ms2gM wwwgl s ' 'tPI Vt " " ' "WJ" 'p v)Tv- i ' tp V 1f-"'i "W" k M";pWWP '?SSl 17, 1914. 1 EVENING LEDGER PHILABE)L1HIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBOBB 1914. EVENING SiMa LEDGER PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY CVmtS It K CL'HTIS. PRESIDENT. John arIbbel,VlceProlclent, Geo W Orln, Frcretnrv; John O. Mnrtln, Trennirr; Chnrle II. t.ttdlngton. Philip s Collins, John tt. William. Director UOlTOntAt. IKMItU: Ctnus II, K Ci rtis. Chairman. T. U. WHALRV Executive IMItor J011M C MARTIN General lunlncxs Manager Published dally at Pontic t.rtxint Tlulldlng, Independence Square Philadelphia l-ioacn Central.. Broad and Chestnut Street ATtAVTic Cur I'r'M-t'nfrM I!ulldlng Nkw York 1T0-A. Metropolitan Toner CntdAoo sir Home Insurance KulMlnic London 8 Waterloo Plaie, Pall Mall, s V NCWSBUHBAt'8: fAititlnriti rttRPAU The rVitrfol nulMlnir Jvashinoton nmrtu The Post niillillnir. Nrw York IIirfvu , Tho Time Ilulldlhg Uem.iv IHnr.d: no rrtedrlohstrasso I.o.snov lltRRvii S Pall Mall Hast, S W. Taws IHiuau 3J lluo Lo...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

?Hk.M s miM4MtmMMmfSkmmm & m aid of I :'M u a it ir. of a his nt It 'tn m iot vs. m. h 4 of in H EVENING LEDGEB-PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, .SEPTEMBER 17, 101. ty 9 SOCIETY'S DOINGS AT HOMtf AND IN SUBURBS . .win wilt bo given In honor of Miss A uutli Coxe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. X , Tirlnton Coxe, ot Penllyn. by Mr. and """Alexander Brown Coxe, of Nawboek, Paoll, ''i.rtlciiltural Hnll on Friday night, Dccem ' Mr and M... Charles B. Coxe. of Wit . Vrnrm, Malvern, will give a dinner "! nt their Place In Malvern on Friday dance at ' ",gM Coxe will' be Introduced by her paients , 7 reception which will bo given at their ,rv scat In I'cnllyn the afternoon of Oc country scu wlu ft IB, an.. '' -- , ,. .. for tholr uaugiuer m mu uuuuvuu lober i.rie dunce en New Year's eve, daughter of Mr. tnti N. Thompson, Mrs fa1' Thompson, will ba a much- Mpd 'debutante this year. Miss Thompson Is , Lelv fair and vivacious and has been very extreme. .... -ot. I-aat vear sho i.. Ilio vounger nui. .... ....

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

WIWI PWfWW 5?HPRH5H! igwwapwfpiiiipwr irt 10 WWI"lWielMrlllPiWiM EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, tfHUBSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17. 101'4. WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON BASQUE GIRDLES AND LONG SLEEVES MARK NEW MODES ELLEN ADAIR SEES BOTH SIDES OF LIFE ON LONDON NIGHT REV. DR. ANNA SHAW AGAIN CAMPAIGNS FOR SUFFRAGE She Gets Glimpse of Dere licts by Thames Em bankment and Witnesses a Romance in Restaurant. IV. A ceik.111 tMidn rndl.inc'O illngs ubuut r London summer evening, when the rum- of the traffic l hushed, ami the m Is slowly i hanging In n long Mid pieri -nut twilight. Tlic streets ut 7 o'clia .. lio longet ti rm with busy men. the '.iali li ive carried these to long-drawn hnj'p evenings on the hundred golf links wlin ii surround the great vlt to gay Ilttlo tvn n'rf .tub? to oulet backwaters, who rows of gailj decorated houseboats lliv the old rUrr Thames. Tho punts aid Miifii at tlumptoti Court are filled win inpp ill If t'ng couples, titiil moored bi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

yiUgJUl pfS,W--OT 'wr f 11 i 1 j 'i t 1 1 t; MACHINE STRANGLES , .WASHINGTON PARTY, I DEAKYNE CHARGES -4. if f Forecasts JJissolution ot Political Organization Un less Control .Is Wrested ' From Flinn-Van Valken- ' burg Combination. Th direct charge Hint tho Fllnn-Van v.lkenburff machine is strangling the svUlngton party In Pennsylvania by ' . .mister political jugglery was A this afternoon by William F. Dea ?e until May tho treasurer of the SoHngton party county committee. i, institution of Vance C. AtcCdrmlck J ' WlHam Draper Lewis ns the Hull vmi nominee for governor was chnrac ... n. a deliberately planned sell-out t the party to benefit the Interests of h leader8- me aiBu""'" .. .. , , this State was forecasted unless the wlnn-Van Valkenburg control can be thrown oft promptly by the better ele- "It.. .(artlnir revelations of tho Inner roxhlnston party deals, made by Richard m Qua?. 01 i-uwuu,8". " i.... .. .. tmt.tc Ledoer this morning, Mr. DeAkyne said, prompted him to give ex...

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

i IM "p v 2 f " - -yiryw-"" . " T ;T"WWH)"".lf'lJJI1t!W,IflPMBl " 1 EVENING LEPaER-PHILADECTflia;, HtTBSBAT, SEPTEMBER 17, TtiTt. PENN'BACK FIELD MUST BE DEVELOPED-EDDIE COLLINS TO WRITE WORLDS SERIES MRS. BARLOW AFTER UPHILL STRUGGLE WINS GOLF MATCH Defeats Miss Hyde One Up, in One of the Most Interesting Contests in Women's Championship, Held at Glen Cove, Long Island. COLLINS TO WRITE BIG SERIES FOR EVENING LEDGER Ti NAS3.U eotWTriv cwa. olbn OOVN. 1.. I., N. Y.. Sept. 1.-ln the weeding oul process favorites are being brushed aside right and left In the wom en's national golf tournnment resumed today on the links of the Nassau Country Club. The meeting of Mrs. Ronald H. Barlow, the Philadelphia title holder, and Miss I.llllnn I), Hyde, the Metropolitan champion from the South Shore Field Club, In the third round today, furnished the centre of attraction for the nailery, for prior to the start of this wecti both cre regatiled as almost equal favorites. TMillndcli-hlans resetted th...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

BTEyittG BEnGBBPHlLAPELPHIA, TffTIBSJPAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1914. ' I i i . - I, n i - -'L -...'.. .-,,;,, , i.i i J" J .1 in i .. . T i , - - 1 i- ' " - '' ' " ' ... i .,.-, i '" ' "" '---' -- ' 13 . Brokers in Sydney, Australia, Will Resume Next Mon dayLondon Discussing Resumption and New York Awaits Its Decision. Fint news since the beginning of the Vurflpean war of a resumption of stock i4lnt,.t any of the Impo.tant centres ' re the Exchanges were closed came today iron. Sidney, Australia. It an nounced that the Slock Exchange there 2,1 be official! opened next Monday. Tht announcement naturally Increases k feeling of commence eveiywnere r Jint that tmrgs Hre on the mend and that the financial world Is nearer a gon ers! resumption of business today than it an' "me since the end of July, when ,i Exchanges closed in London today foreign Exchange Mnkors met for their first session since the war began While there was no huslres of an material Importance transacted, the session Indicated...

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

SPORTS I lift I EVENING LEDGER SPORTS FINAL VOL. I NO. 4 3 PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, SEPTI3M1JJ3U 17, 1014. pr;oe ONE CENl MAYOR IN MESSAGE ECHOES DEMAND OF PEOPLE FOR REFORM GULF STREAM AND SPONSOR WHO CHRISTENED THE SHIP TODAY Necessity of Providing Funds for Transit Development and South Philadelphia Improvements Are Espe cially Emphasized. Mayor Blankenburg's third annual message, submitted to Council? th afternoon, brought to the attention r the legislative bodies the demands f the people for great municipal Improv menu Necessity of providing funds for u beginning of transit development a for the elimination of Riade crossings " South Philadelphia Is partlcularlv hi phasized. 'The financial problems of the clt m peculiarly the province of ..our honorable bodies, and 1 ask for them sour early and careful attention." sas the Major In his argument for the great civic betterments. "The Improvements which seemed Im portant last autumn and winter are even more urgentlv needed now. and ...

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

,J' "imm pvw. s"a Srsar ' "S TftT EVENING th U vJ 111 3 VOL. I NO. 4 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 Be Terms For Ending Hostilities. , WASHINGTON, Sept. 17.-T!icro Is a persistent report In Administration circles Out Emperor William luis accepted con- ' dltlonally President Wilson's 'second proffer of mediation. , These conditions nrc said to Insist that German territory bo preserved and Gcr- ..-. - nfrnn1i.f1 full tirnfpnllnn. man commune ...n,.- .-- Both the White House nnd State Dc i partment refused to discuss the report ,' na the German Kmbassy uald It wus tut off entirely from Berlin. COPENHAGEN, Sept. 17. ! Tlu ofllelal newspaper, tho Nord i Dtutecho Allegemclne Zeltung, says that ! lhe s(orics from hostile sources that Ger I many Is Inclined to mako peace and Is tired of the war arc entirely false. ' "Tho Herman peoplo will neve...

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

wiWuimti'1 i i 1 'EVENING LEDaER-PHILADELPlTlA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBEB 17, 1014. BATTLE OF AISNE BECOMES GIGANTIC ARTILLERY DUEL WITH GERMANS ENTRENCHED' fiR.ilnst tho Amiens army, whether It Is only his late Amicus garrison or new supporters, or whether Von Kluk lias wheeled his right north In n. sharp curve. "Tho western Kronen army has passed ea"t and southeast of Amiens, tflnp- pontoons over tho rlVer where the bridges have boon blown up. I could get near enough only to make certain that the Krenrh lines had been advancing east since eterdny, presi lnpr on to St. Quentln. "Turcos and Koiiavcs nie now pour ing up tho AinlenS'St. Quentln line In great heart atid hope. Uul the march Is fatiguing and he roads heavier after the rains." ALLIES' ATTACKS FAIL, SAYS OFFICIAL REPORT UiailMX. Sept. 17. Th s odle'al announcement was mndo her today: "Tho nttactts of Ute allied Urlttsli nml French forces on our front con tinue without success. Some ndvan tttges have been Gained by our troop3, bu...

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

z-&- V'" -"" ..... . ... . , . -i ;r . ., ... ..,.... NTRENCHED BELGIANS DEFEND COUNTRY AGAINST GERMAN ARMY OF INVASION 1 , ma '&J I '' 'WlifWM.1 ini31r$irVV JSS s 6" ''" iV Vs'. V , ,&SS0SfIS14 ' l)," - JB1I BELGAN SOLDERS BEHIND THE ENTRENCHMENT ON THE FORD TO MFCHLA BELGRN INFANTRY ENTRENCHED BEFORE- MECHLIN BE LCI R 'A SOLDIERS ENTRENCHED BEHIND SACHS Of CRRN WAITING FOR RN RTTRCH BY I BODY OF LRLRNS w mi' sii'Anr. viv?KT i i 'rn".' iiv. r7vt-rv t'TTOrjyrtvi "v.,irirau m'k Hv --?; i low'fis '1.5 iaiv;. w 'ii it i.5i"j h n wjrr . i ia rr - . - . . '. -.? wsflsw's 1 - ., "r sri; -.- , 1 iiSfsssita ss?aKaafflFSsesM?wwfla 11 .'-... :..- ss x;s- 1 . 1 m- ' 1. - - ' - Smttit -jL TT - .i , . . - - i ar t ' ""M""" " M ftff r Je .SJtM-I trrttm m irf i, 1 jj ij; 1 1 11 ?j lsh TAc, (i 1 rrrT'i , ,rr- rvy. pri " -'S N r ir S t A. A. 4 -- ' " "' Y ' I 1 Ww w Wnw ro Mter ne MmMee a, r ) gijg2

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

rnmrm mi BtU iU n n mmm m - -- i -- - - i i ?. ..-,-. iiii. i KAISER RUSHES 320.000 TROOPS FROM EAST PRUSSIA TO AID DEFENDERS ON THE AISNF WOUNDED SOLDIERS LIKE HAPPY BOYS ON FIRST PICNIC Battle-worn Tommy Atkins Transfers Amiens Railway Station Into Scene of Gaiety. DUHMN. Sfiit. 1T. U secni"! rather a (mrado'e to tleicrlbr tlio nrrlvnl of a tlnlntoad of Wounded soldiers fit a tallwny station an a. scene of levrlry, yet such Is tlio account stvon l)j' tile stwclnl coiTespondcnt of tlio Frcp mail's Journal nt Amlons under jctei day's elate Ho write: "A train of tent can lasts mine In loaded with 0) Tommies. SKty of them I were woundrd, sent down from the fierce front between Mods nnd CharlereM. Those were) not serious case sufficient onl to put our men out of tho battle line for a ("pelt bullet wound? and cuts on tho 1-rs chiefly, swathed linmli and splint' red flligors, und gnshea and lips In arms ai.d fchoulders. Not one had a faco uound, and every one of thco boys was clam orous ...

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

immGm&&mWVE!im Eufl tngbrntyte-o WmPt .-v?'- " EVENING LEDOER-.PHItiADELPniA, Tfl-PRgP'AY, SEPTEMBER 17, IQIg. 5 l:- YOUTH'S DEFENSE OF , POSTOFICE WINS I REWARD AT LAST R Florida Boy Who Saved Government Property From Safe Crackers Is Appointed Clerk After Five Years' Wait. WASHINGTON, Sent. 17. Paul V. ftiuls has been nnpolntcd a clerk at a I salary of $S00 lit tho Tiillahnascc, Fla., . postofllce, ns a toward for his valiant iJr defense of tlmt olllco against tlcspcrata i Mfc crnchers on .lattunry , iiu. no won i hU fisl't with tho burglars with his boy i, (h strength and a revolver of tho cheap est make, which ho had won ut a country fair. An executive order for tho young man's - appointment wns Issued Inst May by - President Wilson, but It lay unacted upon Jn Government archives until dun up re- ccntly by Merrltt O. Chance, chief clerk . of tho Post omco Department. ; Tho reports of the battlo tend like tules i of tho wild and woolly West In tho 'lite. 1- ,T. Mi Sauls, ...

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

r CHARGE OF TURCOS AT CHARLEROI LIKE "HELL LET LOOSE" Germans Fall Like "Suffo cated Wasps" Before the Terrible Onslaught of Africa's Dark Warriors. PAniS, Sept 17 The reckless bravery of the Tiirco. the black troop' that franco has culled to the front from Africa, Is the theme of many n thrilling talc. An ofllcer of ZoimVes, who took imrt in the magnificent oharffe of the ilitsky Af rican wnrrloia at Cliarlorni mid was lmelly wounded, thus refers to the llKht "i'ou could not If you tried exasperate the amazing biavcry our fellows showed rlplit up to the Jaws of death. Wo had been ilclilltiff for four etavs nround the walls of flmrlrrol. There were HV.twi if the one-mv massed aKalnt our pnsl. tlcns piurins shot and shell Into u Mv cplrmlld lads never flinched, although thov had hot a chance for n meal. Some times the advantage wns with us. some times wo had to give vvav. The mora j our artlllerv mowed down the more the j enemy seemed to fprlht? up. Thev avvameil In all directions, a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

JZygCji B' n i i MiijiWI" VJ " ' -UU '- rtwi T - & 1 p njm"i -rf$rrr Itfplfflv i EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEKBEEl719l. r? gES OF BRAVERY BY ALLIES WILL BE PRECIOUS HERITAGE ROMANCE, TRAGEDY AND COMEDY . IN THE THEATRE OF WAR Qu founded Private Tells of hcens Bays Daring m Meeting German Attack. Engineers Sacrificed at Bridge. By A. J. BOBKB jlAVfiC, Fiance, Sept. 17. It Is prob l4 tlmt iho iletnlls of the wonderful ami darlnS endurance of the troops or tlio .,IC, forces In the present cnmpnlgn will eMr be properly written, but they will wmAln In tlif ''carts of the French an) HI bo handed down from father to son In the villages nnd towns around which men arc baltlliitf for Iho freedom of Europe Most of the icBlmenls will bo able to nibroldcr Into their colois tlio names of many historic llslits, but lmrdly any wilt Doable to lund down such stoilcs as thu Rfcond Diapoon Cltmrds and the Queen's flays wilt transmit to their futuic re- 'iCcre I' the story tlmt waB t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 17 September 1914

t T avfjS vis sr"r yi j v"citin "ui'Ktt'7'"" y -rt-awMnfi fly.iiJi'J i- V'i tJ i jiMWL J"1K vLwii..jLjwh1 4,1 EVENING LEDEB PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY. SKEMBER 17, 1914. EVENING ya LEDGER PUBLIC LEDfeER CONtPVM CYIIP8 It K C't'ltTIS rnrir.ipT John Orlhht,VleI'rellim ilea (Vh sf,r(tftry, jTohn C. Miutln Treflnirei , ( hnrles 1! t.iMlngton, rhlllp 3 Colllnn John II Wlillnmi IMrce teirii nutTOllI L TlOAItH ctiu I It K Ot ti. Ohilrmsn F. It. WIIAt.nv . P.trrmlve Miter JOHN r AIAItTlV Ueneril limitless Mnnnper ,lfiJ-. Meiroiwlttan Tonrr . St Home IfnurniM' lltilMlne Woierloo Place, Pall Mall, S VY Pulllltrit dnlH At Putin l.fpnrn IliiUiUm?, In 1 iwniiencc Pn'tnre t'lillnilrlphtn l.rrwirn CrvTirn ttroail nm1 ciieMnut itfeets ATI T1C t'IT . . , rri-tt-Pnlem ttullillng Cuicaho LOMHIS jfBttsnfnuAfff- JfnRimiri. llitiMf . .. rtie J'nfiiot TtnlMlnB VV hitim ion prnn! . Ttn I'nit Hulldlhtf N.n iinK HtnEir , . . Thi fmi't imlldinR llcnus m in u . imt'rlel'l liKtiH-n" I.iisnnv til rpi U t'nll Malt I'...

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

Jfcuyim'Yf-' id EVENING XBDGER-PHltAbELPH'lX' "T" SOCIAL EVENTS IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA . .iv v THOMPSON, daughter of Mr and Mw. VMi Thompson, will bo a much- , ttJ dobutnnto tills ycnr. Miss Thompson Is trcinely fair and vlvnclous mid 1ms been very eopulnr In the younger set. I-ast ycnr she ont tho winter In I'nrls, where she Attended yi.s Kcrrls' School, together with Miss Klsa Beath, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thcodoro V. neath,' who will nlso mnlto her debut this sea- . ... ..!,.,.. nf finfartnlnmp.ntfi havfl Insert ,n. A """ I :; .tnpi1 In honor of Miss Thompson. Her par ts '" "lxc " lca to ml'0l'uce Mcr on "10 'flcrnoon of December .1. Her Brnndmothcr, ',rJ, Uoilman H. nillson, will glvo a dlnner Mnoc i' ,,pr ,l,,nu,' October 10 at Linden Shade Farm. B' -Mawr. "'"' R,' w111 ,, Kl'eit of honor loK'-H'er with Miss Alice Thompson, at 4 ilaii'-e ulilrh Will bo Riven by Alio. XV. I'eiry Flmn'o"- "f tvnedoi, uvn brook, nt the Merlon Golf t'l' lllc nlg,u "f c,oucr 2"' Mrs Anthony Tay...

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

Wlm 10 I j - EVENING LBDaER PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1914. -nig. mn PA 1 1 M I V,l m WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO ICNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON ELLEN ADAIR SEES BOTH SIDES OF LIFE ON LOMDOM NIGHT REV. DR. ANN V SHAW AGAIN CAMPAIGNS FOR SUFFRAGE She Gets Glimpse of Dere licts by Thames Em bankment and Witnesses a Romance in Restaurant. IV. A certain tender radhnre illncs about n London summer evening, when thu roar of the frame ls hushed, nitd tlio sky In slowly changing in a long and pleas ant twilight. The streets at 7 o'clock jio longer teem with bus men, the trains have cnrrled theio til long-tlrnwn happy evenings on tin1 hundred Rolf links which imrround the Bro-U city to Roy llltl. t n nls luhs to unlet backwater, hciv rows of Riillv depurated hou'ebonts Unt itle old rlvir Thames. The! punts mid tklfts at rait'ptnri rmirt tiro Ulled with Iinppv drifting loiiples, find moored bc jmiitli the ovei bunging willows the whlte Jhtnncled river youth Is courting t...

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

Kl-WJ EVENING LEDG'EB PHILADELPHIA, THtf'BSDAY, SEPTOMSEB 17 AMERICA'S DEBT TO GERMANY TOLD BY CHARLES W. ELIOT President Emeritus of Har vard Details Our Obliga tions for Scientific and Lit erary Knowledge Acquired From Teutonic Sources. By OHARLE? W. ELIOT president Ihnerltus of Harvard Unhersily. The educational obligations of Amcrkn to Germany nro Indeed wide niul deep. They relato to literature, science, art, education and religion. The Qetinuti Klfts Tvoro first communicated through n few persons, young pioneers from America who, after having received a partial edu cation here, went over to Germany to study more deeply and Intensively. They have also been communicated directly from Ucrtnan to American Institutions. The Gorman unlvoreltles to which tho first American students resorted In the early part of the nineteenth century wno In part recent creations, and In part le constructlono on old foundations; but how rich they were, how free, and how Btrongl I recall a small group ...

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

12 EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1914. PHILLIES PLAY DOUBLE-HEADER WITH PIRATES TODAY -ATHLETICS VISIT DETROIT 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 Double-Header Scheduled for This Afternoon at National League Park Post-Season Barnstorming Tours Will be Taken by Only Eight Local Men. "While it Is mathematically possible for tlio Phillies to overtake the Chicago club and move Into fourth place, the odd ngalnst such a contingency mo groat. There la practically the Ulfffjiieo be tween the local National League club mul a mat division piaee as there is uotween he Athletics and tho Boston Red Sox; ' which...

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